Comptroller to Visit Museum, Jeweler and Eatery; Attend Towson Office Re-Opening
-Comptroller to Present Proclamations to Jeweler and Seafood Restaurant –
WHO: Comptroller Peter Franchot
WHAT: On Tuesday, Comptroller Franchot will tour Port Discovery Children’s Museum – one of the top five children’s museum s in the United States. He then will join in the grand re-opening celebration at his agency’s Towson Branch Office. The Towson branch underwent extensive renovations with painting and new carpeting in July and also expanded with two new offices, a conference room and clearer signage to better serve taxpayers.
Mr. Franchot then will recognize the rich, 140-year-plus history of Nelson Coleman Jewelers, owned by Chris and Mark Coleman. He will end his day by presenting a proclamation to Paul “Neil” Smith, owner of the Crackpot Seafood Restaurant. Mr. Smith, a former social studies teacher and guidance counselor, bought the business from his uncle in 1979. He and Chef Tom Lyons introduced the largest crab cake in the world – the 20-ounce Pounder Plus.
WHEN Tuesday, October 21, 2013
WHERE: 12:30 p.m. 2 p.m.
Port Discovery Children’s Museum Towson Office-Hampton Place
35 Market Place 300 E. Joppa Road, PL-1A
Baltimore, MD 21201 Towson, MD 21286
3:15 p.m. 4 p.m.
Nelson Coleman Jewelers The Crackpot Seafood Restaurant
307 E. Joppa Road 8102 Loch Raven Blvd.
Towson, MD 21286 Baltimore, MD 21286