CEA Inclement Weather Policy

During inclement weather CEA will follow the Baltimore County Public Schools. If they are closed, CEA will be closed. If schools open two hours late, our first appointment will be 11 a.m. and the 9 to 10:30 appointments will be rescheduled. If schools open one hour late, the first appointment will be 10 a.m. and the 9 and 9:30 appointments will be rescheduled.

Gungor Concert to Benefit CEA

On Monday, March 27, Gungor's One Wild Life Acoustic Tour will play at New Hope Community Church/St. Hilda's Episcopal Church 200 Ingleside Ave. Catonsville. Proceeds will go to CEA. Click here for more information.

Food For Thought: Food Insecurity in Our Area

On Tuesday, April 11, a panel of experts will discuss food insecurity issues facing our area and how we, as citizens and consumers, can have an impact through large and small actions. The event is sponsored by the Catonsville Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library and UMBC, and will be held at UMBC, University Center building, room 312 at 7 pm. It is free and the community is encouraged to attend.

Help Plant the Library Garden April 1

The Catonsville Branch of the Baltimore County Public Library will plant a vegetable garden to benefit CEA. The kick-off is scheduled from 10 a.m.to noon on Saturday, April 1. The library is encouraging community members to join in preparing the garden. They'll have info on gardening too.