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Check Out the Remaining Summer Programs with Stages Music Arts


There is still time to register to rock out this summer. Stages Music Arts is thrilled to share that they have been able to continue with many of their SUMMER PROGRAMS in-person. Safety measures will be in place, including small group sizes, face coverings, social distancing, health/temperature screenings, plastic partitions for vocalists, outdoor lunch and more. From rock camps to production mini-camps, check out the programs below and sign up today!

Eat Local during Baltimore Restaurant Week – Now through Aug 2


Baltimore is a delicious city and a pandemic can’t hold us back from celebrating food and eating local. From July 24 – August 2, enjoy 10 days of outdoor dining and takeout deals with Baltimore Restaurant Week. Restaurant Week may be a little different this year as each establishment handles social distancing unique to their business model, but it will be just as tasty. Check out the 60+ amazing restaurants offering outdoor dining and takeout deals!

Mercy High School Hosts Historic Graduation on Sisters of Mercy Field


Since 1964, the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen has served as the setting for every Mercy High School commencement—56 in total. This year, in a break with tradition, Mercy graduates returned to the Mercy High School campus to receive their diplomas on the Sisters of Mercy Field on Saturday, July 18, 2020, at 9 a.m.

The Mercy High School community began the 2019-2020 school year celebrating the opening and dedication of their new Athletics Complex, including its new state-of-the art synthetic turf field. Little did they know that this year would be unlike any other, and that they would also officially end the year in the same beautiful venue. “I can hardly contain my excitementIt was magical!” said Joann Francis, mother of Megan ’20.  

Virtual Summer Fun for Children!


Summer at Friends wraps up its Virtual Summer on August 7, completing eight fun-filled weeks of unique virtual experiences. There are program options for participants as young as 4 and as old as 14.

One of the options that the staff is most excited about for the last two weeks is the Senior Soiree. Designed for campers ages 10 to 14, Senior Soiree is a blend of themed activities and time to socialize with old and new friends. For the week of July 27 we’re bringing back a camp favorite, Cooking Around the World!  Join Mr. Sam and learn to create different quick and easy dishes to share with your family while at home!  We’re talking main dishes, desserts, and a whole lot of fun!

Back to School with Grace PreSchool – 9 Spots Available for In-Person Kindergarten


Grace Preschool is pleased to share that they currently have spots open for its in-person kindergarten. In preparation to open safely this fall, Grace Preschool has been working hard to prioritize safety and wellness of the students and teachers. A comprehensive reopening plan will be available in August for families.

Sales, Steals and Deals at The Shops at Kenilworth – 7/23 – 7/26


From Thursday, July 23 – Sunday, July 26, join the Shops at Kenilworth for Sales, Steals and Deals. Take advantage of this summer sidewalk sale while you discover Towson’s favorite spot for shopping. With up to 75% off at participating stores, enjoy four days of great savings.

Bluegrass Sunset at Star Bright Farm – Saturday, July 25


Enjoy an evening of bluegrass and beautiful skies with Star Bright Farm. On Saturday, July 25, from 5pm – 9pm, celebrate summer with live music, food and drinks and some great summer gifts at the farm market. Tickets are $15 (12+ and older) and available to purchase by visiting https://www.starbright-farm.com/shop?category=Event+tickets. A perfect midsummer’s night dream!

Waterfront Luxury Living in The Pier Homes of Harborview


Luxury living on the Pier!
646 Ponte Villas South, Baltimore, MD 21230
4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths
Offered At: $902,500

Towering directly over the Baltimore harbor waterway, the Pier Homes offer an unparalleled waterfront experience. This sought-after floorplan is situated for spectacular views of the city skyline and iconic Domino Sugar sign. Inside, this meticulously finished home feels magazine-ready with its nuanced charm and tasteful detail and appointments. Brazilian hardwoods throughout, this home offers a sun-filled warmth with light pouring from its winding stairway. A gourmet kitchen watches over an open living/ dining area and its wall of windows framing the spectacular view of downtown’s silhouetted architecture emerging from the glassy Patapsco.

Upstairs, the master suite complete with sitting area, generous walk-in closet and grand master bath, all of which surround a regal bedroom that enjoys a windowed bump-out with stunning sightlines. The fourth floor finds a comfortable den off of two more bedrooms and a shared bath. A fourth bedroom with private bath is tucked off of the main foyer just beyond the attached two car garage.

Atop this masterpiece, a roof terrace with wet bar and views forever. Neighborhood amenities included outdoor pool access, exercise room, additional guest parking, attended gate entry and more.

Tune into a Special Live Sampling of the 2nd Annual Asia North Festival – Friday, July 17


Asian Arts & Culture Center (AA&CC), Central Baltimore Partnership, and the Station North Arts District are thrilled to present part two of the Asia North 2020 Festival on July 17th at 8pm. Catch a virtual taste of Asia North 2020 in this third Station North Shines episode, featuring four artists from Asia North and two more recipes from local restaurants. Mark your calendars for July 17 and tune into Station North on Facebook to watch the Facebook Live event (hit “play” on the top post to see the livestream).

The Asian Arts & Culture Center and the Central Baltimore Partnership in collaboration with Stillpointe Theatre, Charm City Night Market, Motor House, North Avenue Market, and several other community organizations originally planned the Asia North 2020 exhibition for April 4-May 9 and a festival with performances and an Underground Night Market in Graffiti Alley by Charm City Night Market for April 4. However, due to COVID-19, the organizations have partnered with the Station North Arts District to go digital for the time-being, hosting the exhibit and live virtual events like this one online. Plans are being made to reschedule the live festival for fall 2020.