This week is all about gearing up for the spring holidays. Passover and Easter fall essentially at the same time this year, so you’ve likely got plenty of invites to all kinds of gatherings in the coming week. Meanwhile, don’t forget about the great goings-on about town as your schedule fills up.
Art lovers can start their weekend off with the Baltimore Contemporary Print Fair. Perfect for those looking to grow an established collection– or simply to start one.
Meanwhile, today is the Empty Bowls project at the Timonium Fairgrounds. It’s another way to make sure you go home with a beautiful piece of art this weekend. Get a handmade bowl, have it filled with gourmet soup, and help support efforts to end hunger.
If Lent isn’t preventing you from drinking, it’s still Baltimore Cocktail Week for a few more days. So get those fancy drinks while the getting’s good.
For the kids, you can head to the Oregon Ridge Nature Center for a workshop on natural egg dying. Workshops are today and tomorrow. Remember to BYOE!
And though you wouldn’t know it from the weather, it’s time to start thinking flowers! The Spring Bulb Flower Show is on at the Rawlings Conservatory. Get your full dose of beautiful blooms in even before they hit your garden!
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