Get Up & Go!
The worst of the Arctic blasts is surely over by now. And spring is fast approaching. Time to climb out from under that pile of blankets and get ready for gardening, getting out more, and of course dressing in clothes meant to be seen not-underneath a heavy coat. Let’s do it.
First things first: you’ll want to purchase tickets ASAP for Harbor East’s Sip, Savor, Stroll event on March 18th. It’s bound to sell out real quick, and it’s the event of the season for foodies and those who love a signature cocktail or two. Stroll the neighborhood with fellow revelers, while taking in food and drink at some of Harbor East’s hottest spots.
While you’re planning for greener days ahead, you can also reserve your spot for Make Tribe‘s upcoming event at the Remington speakeasy, W.C. Harlan. It’s a workshop where you’ll learn how to make your own spring-themed fascinator headpiece and craft a to-die-for punch while you’re at it.
Got nothing going on this Wednesday around noon? You can head over to WTMD and be a part of their Live Lunch Concert Broadcast with The Wind and the Wave and Jamestown Revival.
Looking for something even more immediate? Tonight, you can head down to the Baltimore Museum of Industry for Federal Hill’s Fest-of-All.
And don’t forget that Friday will be the first Friday of the month, meaning The Avenue in Hampden will be bustling with deals, bites, shopping, and art galore. Perfect for getting into the swing for spring.
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