Tanglewood Conservatories to host bike, car show
DENTON — Tanglewood Conservatories in Denton will host the Tanglewood Show and Shine Bike and Car Show Saturday, Sept. 2, to benefit the Untangled Minds educational program.
Located at 15 Engerman Ave. off of state Route 404, the car and motorcycle show will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration will be at 10 a.m. and the award show will begin at 3 p.m. Awards will be given in five classes of bikes, top 20 cars and best in show.
The event also will feature food, games, silent auction, yard sale and more. Early registration can be done at www.untangledminds.org/ calendar. The event also is sponsored by One Brotherhood One Mission Bike Club.
Tanglewood Conservatories creates custom glass conservatories and antique greenhouses for customers all over the world. In 2014, the business began exploring Untangled Minds, an educational program partnership with Caroline County Public Schools and several local businesses, set out to develop a program to help students excel in an advanced manufacturing setting.
Untangled Minds’ goal is to get students in a fast-track, career-ready program that would set them up for success in the advanced manufacturing industry right out of high school. The Advanced Manufacturing and Production Program (AMP) was approved by the state of Maryland and is scheduled to make its first appearance in spring 2018 at the Caroline Career and Technology Center.
“Our mission at One Brotherhood One Mission is supporting military, law enforcement, firefighters, first responders and our youth,” said Tanglewood CNC Program Operator Jason Watson. “Untangled Minds does a great job at getting our youth ready the workforce. So we wanted to do this car and bike show to help support our local students and their futures.”
For more information about the Tanglewood Show and Shine Bike and Car Show, call 410-479-4700, or visit www.untangledminds.org.
Tanglewood CNC Program Operator Jason Watson, left, parks his motorcycle next to Perry Jarrell’s truck at Tanglewood Conservatories, the site for the Tanglewood Show and Shine Bike and Car Show Saturday, Sept. 2.