This weekend offers even more springtime festivities. Sure, you might need to wear your parka, but you can still get out there and have a blast.
Starting today at noon and going well into the night is the Charm City Folk & Bluegrass Festival. The hot licks these folks will be playing on guitar, banjo and fiddle should keep you warm enough. Or if not, they’ll at least give you something to dance to so you can warm up the old fashioned way.
Tomorrow, you can head to the Highlandtown Wine Festival for wine tasting, wine making, food, crafts, and more.
All weekend long, the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival is on at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, featuring the finest artisans and craftspeople from around the country. It’s the perfect place to find gifts for moms, dads, and grads.
For even more shopping delights, don’t miss today’s FashionEASTa event down at Harbor East. There will be runway shows, in-store events, and more from 1pm-6pm throughout the neighborhood.
And finally, for those looking to get some spring gardening in this weekend no matter what the weather brings, you may want to swing by the Herring Run Nursery this weekend. Their Native Plant sale is on, and you can find plenty of gorgeous additions to any Maryland garden.
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