The Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe is turning one year old, and to celebrate, the beer maker is hosting a concert and birthday party on Saturday and rolling out a limited-release Grand Cru.
For those who aren’t on vacation, there’s plenty of reason to celebrate birthdays this weekend. From Baltimore’s 290th to Union Craft’s 7th, the parties are a great way to show pride in what the city has created. Elsewhere, the big shows include Billy Joel and Camden Yards, and Baltimore-born boxer Gervonta Davis’ title defense at Royal Farms Arena.
This Saturday, July 27th, experience quilting at its finest with intricate quilt displays, trunk shows, craft demonstrations and a community quilt-in for Baltimore Ceasefire at the Quilting Craft Community Day. Renowned Baltimore textile artist, Joyce Scott, will lead an artist talk on her family’s legacy and the work of her mother, quilter Elizabeth Talford Scott. Families can enjoy dance performances from Dance Baltimore Repertory Ensemble with special guest “The Storydancer,” Maria Broom. Taking place at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, the event will run from 11am-3pm with a $5 admissions cost. For more information, please visit https://lewismuseum.org/event/quilting-craft-community-day/.
What: Quilting Craft Community Day
When: Saturday, July 27; 11am – 3pm
Where: Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 E. Pratt St., Baltimore, 21202 United States
In spite of the scorching temperatures, thousands showed up to Artscape over the weekend for music, food, dancing in the street, movies, installations and more. Check out these photos from our time there as we wandered from the free weekend-long outdoor festival to the indie music festival Ratscape, to new bars Rituals and the North Avenue Market, and to rapper Eze Jackson’s album release show at the Metro Gallery.
It’s been getting hotter all week, so it must mean Artscape is approaching. The big event brings out plenty of crowds, plus there are events happening all around, like Ratscape and PMS (3) Art Market. Stick around when the sun goes down for plenty of after-party events in Station North and beyond.
A Summer sale that will have Chip and Joanna Gaines drooling. This week, take advantage of Halcyon House’s Summer Storewide Sale with 20-50% the entire store. Browse through antiques, fine arts, one-of-a-kind furniture, decorative accessories and a wide selection of women’s jewelry and accessories. Check out Halcyon House’s Instagram to get some inspiration and get the shopping vibes flowing. Take advantage of this sale, stop by and find some great pieces for your home.
Weekend Events Calendar: Caribbean Carnival, Maryland German Festival, 20 Years of the Tattoo Museum
This weekend brings an international flavor to the festival circuit, with the Caribbean Carnival, Latin American Folklore Fest and Maryland German Festival offering worldly ways to celebrate outside. Elsewhere, check out jazz in the BMA’s sculpture garden or celebrate 20 years of the Baltimore Tattoo Museum.
The Mt. Washington Tavern is celebrating Crustacean Invasion all month long. Join us and indulge in a specialty menu highlighting crab, shrimp, and more. Get crabby with dishes like: Cajun Roasted Oysters, Soft Shells, Crab and Avocado Stack and more! Feast on all things crustacean this month at The Mt. Washington Tavern.
Fourth of July has come and gone, but there’s still plenty of summer fun this weekend. There are plenty of reasons to get out and about in the city, including plays, markets, concerts and a free screening of the USWNT’s attempt for World Cup glory. Here’s the weekend lineup:
While “Hamilton” stands alone at the Hippodrome, events elsewhere in town come in pairs this weekend. There are two food truck events Friday night. Divas including Diana Ross and Jill Scott have separate nights at the Modell Lyric. And with Baltimore bands, Outer Spaces celebrates a new record, while Natural Velvet returns home.