Event Rental Services in Hunt Valley

Catering for a Party Serving 6–10 or 15–25 People from Quite A Treat Catering (Up to 53% Off)

Quite A Treat Catering

Ednor Gardens - Lakeside

$175 $85

Expert caterers whip up enough warm spinach dip, finger sandwiches, lasagna, or fried chicken for up to 25 guests

5 Hours of Event-Planning Services from Prototype Events (45% Off)

Prototype Events

Redeem from Home

$999 $549

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$500 for One Day of Wedding Coordination Services from Events by Joyce ($1,000 Value)

Events by Joyce

On Location

$1,000 $500

A certified wedding consultant helps to manage the vendors that the bride and groom have selected, ensuring that the wedding goes smoothly

$275 for $500 Worth of Videography Services — Junk Box Entertainment

Junk Box Entertainment

Redeem from Home

$500 $275

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$549 for $999 Worth of Wedding-Planning Services — Historic Events, LLC

Historic Events, Llc

Redeem from Home

$999 $549

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Digital-Media Conversion for One or Three Videotapes at Chosen Media (Up to 61% Off)

Chosen Media

Woodlawn

$25 $12

Digitization specialists convert old VHS, 8mm tapes, and DVDs to digital files ready for computers, tablets, and other media devices

4-Hour Photo-Booth Rental with Prints from Mobo Photo (45% Off)

Mobophoto

Redeem from Home

$730 $402

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Party Package with Moonbounce and Balloons, or Eight-Hour Moonbounce Rental from Fun 4 Hours (Up to 54% Off)

Fun 4 Hours

Frederick

$288.75 $140

Party package includes moonbounce, table and chairs, and concession, such as a popcorn popper; or opt for eight hours of moonbounce fun

Select Local Merchants

Televised football games. Songs on an old vinyl record. Love letters. These fragile records all can be digitized by the technicians at Printergy, which has transferred videos, images, and audio between different formats since 1997. The company's technicians deftly move information from outdated formats like VHS tapes or stone tablets onto long-lasting discs and digital files. Customers can request exact copies of footage or pick out portions of videotapes, audio messages, and pictures for custom DVDs.

65 W Timonium Rd
Lutherville Timonium,
MD
US

Surrounded by more than 1,200 acres of protected land, Irvine Nature Center grants kids and parents access to 116 acres of open wetlands, forest, and meadows, affording families the opportunity to explore multiple ecosystems all in one afternoon. Dedicated to protecting nature and fostering respect of the outdoors, the center educates families with everything from field trips into the woods to hands-on lessons on specialized topics, from "Good Bugs for the Garden" to "Nature's Sweets: Maple Syrup & Honey." An indoor gallery sweeps adventurers through a collection of exhibits highlighting Maryland's local biomes, guiding visitors through an interactive box-turtle habitat and a darkened room echoing with the sounds of nocturnal animals such as owls and infomercial hosts.

11201 Garrison Forest Road
Owings Mills,
MD
US

Using healthy, natural ingredients, chef Lisa Honick crafts a diverse menu of fully prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner fare, as well as sundry entrees, sides, and desserts that long for the finishing flames of customers' home ovens. Early morning biters can grab a seat in the bright café dining room and hang a fang on the thick-sliced challah French toast, topped with rum-glazed bananas and candied pecans ($7.95). Classic lunchtime deli fare includes the moonlight in Vermont, a roasted turkey breast sandwich that lures lazy vampires away from daytime television and swaddles tongue buds with Vermont cheddar, apples, cranberries, Euro greens, and boursin spread ($7.95). Dinner entrees to go, such as the chicken marsala or glazed corn beef with pineapple sauce, arrive at hungry tables accompanied with salad, two side dishes, rolls, and dessert ($17.95/person, all dinners).

1 Easter Ct
Owings Mills,
MD
US

Few people spend their days attending bar mitzvahs and corporate picnics, but The Entertainment Playground?s staff works both circuits. The event-planning company can create parties from the ground up or augment them with equipment and staff, freeing up hosts to spend more time shaking their presents. The company?s inflatables run the gamut from bounce houses to outdoor movie screens, and fog machines and strobe lights add energy to dance parties or at least make the boring people harder to see. Revelers can pile into photo booths to create instant keepsakes, or climb aboard mechanical bulls for a very in-the-moment experience. A team of entertainers complements the attractions by delighting onlookers with intricate balloon art or classic magic tricks.

3706 Crondall Ln
Owings Mills,
MD
US

Gourmet Again emphasizes fresh groceries and homemade goods in its myriad marketplace departments. In addition to fresh meat, seafood, and produce options, guests can spring for picnic fare or fall into a summer lunch with Gourmet Again's extensive deli menu. Here, shoppers can top their choice of bread—options include rye, pita, Kaiser roll, multi grain, whole wheat, and French roll—with meats, condiments, and extras such as bacon, cheese, and sun-dried tomatoes. Indulge in egg salad ($4.95), dominate the Old Dominion flavor of Virginia baked ham ($7.50), or sink mouth hooks into jumbo shrimp salad ($9.50). Baked goods are also plentiful, with a wide assortment of daily-changing oven offerings such as pastries, fresh fruit pies, and homemade cookies.

3713 Old Court Road
Pikesville,
MD
US

There is more to chef Mohammad Rahman’s menu than the staples that diners have come to expect from an Indian restaurant, although crowd favorites do have reserved places. Rahman and his wife, Salma Khanam—who is the restaurant’s maitre d’—incorporate flavors from their homeland of Bangladesh, including fish fry combos and shak bhaji (made with custom-spiced spinach). Halal meats such as fish, lamb, goat, and chicken star in rich curry dishes, nicely accompanied by warm naan fresh from the tandoor oven. The eatery's lunch buffet pits stomachs against a bounty of dishes, piled high with delectables to reward diners who wore their nicest stilettos. Kitchen of India’s environment is warm and romantic, with white tablecloths serving as elegant yet neutral complements to colorful paintings and carved sculptures.

1842 E Joppa Rd
Parkville,
MD
US