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Cheswolde is a community in the northwest region of Baltimore, Maryland. It is located along the north side of the Western Run and is surrounded by the areas of Wellwood, Mt. Washington, Pimlico, Glen and Fallstaff. The main roads serving residents and visitors of Cheswolde are Greenspring Ave., Cross Country Blvd., and Taney Rd. The residential community dates back to the 1700s when Charles Carroll of Carrollton owned a piece of land that is now part of Cheswolde.
In the 1800s, that land and the surrounding land along the Western Run was used to operate a mill. In 1868, the mill became damaged from a flood. Between the 1950s and 1960s, the community saw an increase in residential development. Most of the homes now are from that timeframe. As of today, Cheswolde is one of four areas in northwest Baltimore that is a Jewish community.
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The Edward A. Myerberg Center is a community center located in Cheswolde. It can be found on the corner of Fallstaff Rd. and Clarks Ln., next to the Weinberg Woods retirement home and Chevrei Tzedek Congregation conservation synagogue. The center is open Mon. through Thurs. from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On Fridays, it is open from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. On Sundays, it is opened from 8 a.m. to 1 p..m The Edward A. Myerberg Center is closed on Saturdays. The center offers programs relating to fitness & wellness, art, culinary, history, culture, language, technology and social skills. Some of these programs include:
The Edward A. Myerberg Center also provides physical and massage therapy. Membership to the center is only $59 annually.
As a Jewish community with a large Orthodox Jewish population, Cheswolde is home to many Orthodox synagogues. Located all over the community, some of these synagogues are Mercaz Torah U'Tefilla, Kehilath B'nai Torah, Ner Tamid - Greenspring Valley Synagogue, Agudath Israel of Greenspring, Congregation Shomrei Emunah and Kol Torah. Other synagogues in the area that not categorized as Orthodox are Chevrei Tzedek Congregation and Landau Chaim. Opening and service hours for each synagogue can be found on their corresponding websites.
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