Unless you are a child–in which case, hello, thanks for reading–the days of trick-or-treating have passed you by. But nobody is too old to enjoy Halloween-related activities like dressing up, carving a pumpkin or eating candy, even if you’re too old to go door to door soliciting for it.
Start your holiday season with a side of wellness! The In Good Health Wellness Expo & Holiday Market comes to Baltimore on November 17, 2018, just in time to help you with your health and wellness goals ahead of the holiday season, while also providing an opportunity to shop for local, natural, and handmade gifts.
Weekend Events Calendar: Das Best Oktoberfest, Open Studio Tour, Fells Point Fun Festival, Baltimore Beer Week
Benefits abound this weekend, from the Walters Sculpture Court to the floors of Second Chance, offering plenty of chances to support a good cause. Plus, tour a local artist studio and sample some local beer.
Love Incredible Bargains? Visit the Nearly New Sale this October – All Proceeds to Benefit Patient Care at GBMC HealthCare
If you love incredible bargain deals, the Nearly New Sale is the place for you. Score some of the best deals in Baltimore, with all proceeds benefiting patient care at GBMC HealthCare! In the fall and spring of each year, thousands of gently used or new donations are available as sale items for a great price. The sale offers more than 10,000 square feet of treasures, necessities, collection items, and trinkets.
Enjoy an afternoon of wine tasting and shopping on Saturday, November 3rd in Harbor East. Vino in Vogue brings together some of the best things in life – wine and shopping! Harbor East invites guests to swirl, sip and sample wines from some of the neighborhood’s most notable restaurants and venues while perusing some of the latest trends in fashion and enjoying lite bites and lives music. This not-to-be-missed fall event is perfect for both serious oenophiles as well as casual wine drinkers looking to mix, mingle and imbibe. Reserve your tasting glass today!
This weekend the Chesapeake Film Festival will screen films that look at environmental issues on the Chesapeake Bay and beyond. Read below for descriptions and times.
When: Saturday, October 13
Where: Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 213 North Talbot Street,
St. Michaels, MD 21663
Environmental Shorts Program: 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Seven short films look at environmental issues, in the Chesapeake Bay and beyond.
Tidewater + Current Revolution: 2:45 pm – 4:45 pm The Festival is proud to present a double feature of films by Roger Sorkin and the American Resilience Project, including the East-Coast premiere of a new film about the transformation of America’s electric grid, “Current Revolution.” The other film, Tidewater, looks at the ravages of climate change, sea level rise and erosion on the military installations in the Tidewater area of Virginia.
Restoring The Clearwater + Edna E. Lockwood: Bottoms Up!: 4:45 pm – 7:15 pm Cannon-Brown will present a sneak preview of her short film, Edna E. Lockwood: Bottoms Up!, about the three-year restoration of an 1889 nine-log bugeye at CBMM. Edna will officially relaunch two weeks after the Chesapeake Film Festival, during CBMM’s October 27 Oysterfest.
An Island Out Of Time: 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm This is a film about a remarkable couple, Mary Ada and Dwight Marshall, whose lives on Smith Island personify Chesapeake Bay’s watermen, seafood harvesting culture and history. It’s also about the four children who chose to break with that tradition and why. Written by Tom Horton, the film – like his 1996 book, An Island out of Time – is both celebration and elegy for a place beset with rising sea levels, erosion, pollution, and harvest restrictions.
Whittle School & Studios is holding a parent information and Q&A event in Baltimore on Wednesday, October 17 at Baltimore Country Club, 4712 Club Road at 6 p.m. Meet members of Whittle School & Studios leadership team and learn about the school’s innovative residential life programs that will launch in 2019 in Washington, D.C. and Shenzhen, China.