Explore some of Baltimore’s most interesting spaces and places during Doors Open Baltimore – a weekend of free architectural adventure on Saturday and Sunday, October 5 and 6. Discover Baltimore’s neighborhoods, peek inside some of the city’s most stunning spaces, and make meaningful connections to buildings and the people who design, preserve and carry out amazing work in the city. To learn more, visit https://www.doorsopenbaltimore.org/
Enjoy a fall weekend with friends in historic Westminster at The Maryland Wine Festival, slated for Saturday, 9/21 and Sunday, 9/22. Samples wines, browse through the Maryland Cheese Pavilion and Juried Crafts, munch on fabulous food and sway to live entertainment. The Maryland Wine Festival will be an unforgettable weekend. To purchase tickets, click here.
This Fall, join the Church of the Redeemer for their VOICES Series. All events start at 7:00 pm and will be held at the Church of the Redeemer located at 5603 N Charles St, Baltimore, Maryland 21210.
Wednesday, September 18; 7:00 pm – 8:30pm
Confronting Hate: The Legacy of Rabbi Marc Tanenbaum
Reflections on the Life of A Proud Son of Baltimore and Why It Matters Now.
Join Rabbi Tanenbaum’s widow, Dr. Georgette Bennett as she addresses why Rabbi Tanenbaum’s moral leadership is tailor-made for this moment in our nation’s history. How do we live according to the Biblical commandment: Do Not Stand Idly By? How do we resist with conscience? What does our faith compel us to do? Click here for more details.
Weekend Events Calendar: Pratt Central Library reopens, Roots and Raíces Festival, Abell Community Street Festival
This weekend offers plenty of chances to step out in the streets and celebrate the city: The Enoch Pratt Free Library’s central branch returns, Abell throws a street party and the Roots and Raíces Festival supports immigrants through the arts. Plus, opportunities to eat local seafood and sample the local spirits. Check out the lineup:
Savor delicious food, sip on fine spirits and bid on great auction items – all to benefit a great cause as The League for People with Disabilities, one of Maryland’s oldest non-profit organizations, is once again hosting one of the most talked about events of the year. #OMGFOOD, an evening of Food, Fun and Fabulousness will be held on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at La Cuchara Restaurant in historic Woodberry beginning at 6 pm. The evening will feature some of Baltimore’s stand-out local celebrity chefs including Ben Lefenfeld from La Cuchara, Jerry Trice from Gunther & Co, Julian Marucci from Tagliata/The Elk Room/Italian Disco and Steve Chu from Ekiben. These culinary phenomes will delight the taste buds with heavy appetizers, along with cocktails and fabulous dessert creations. There will also be a silent auction, live music, a mentalist, raffles and more. For ticket information visit https://www.leagueforpeople.org/omgfood.
This weekend brings a number of festivals combining neighborhood and cultural celebrations, including the Madonnari Arts Festival in Little Italy, Locust Point Festival and the Baltimore Ukranian Festival. On the stage, concerts include Cardi B’s long-awaited headlining turn at 92Q’s Royal Farms Arena festival, and a free Future Islands show at Union. Here’s the full lineup:
This Fall, dine, dance and swing to sweet and hot sounds, including hits by Duke Ellington , Count Basie, Fats Waller, George Gershwin and more with Hotel Paradise Roof Garden Orchestra. On Sunday, September 8 and Sunday, October 13, head to Paulie Gee’s in Hampden for a “Roaring Twenties” afternoon. Reservations are recommended – call 410-235-1566.
SUN. SEPT. 8 & OCT. 13, 3-5 PM
continues monthly, every second Sunday
3535 Chestnut Ave. Hampden 21211
Labor Day Weekend Events Calendar: Billie Holiday Music and Arts Festival, Baltimore Comedy Festival, Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest
Sticking around town this weekend? There are plenty of events to close out the summer, celebrating Billie Holiday, black femmes in film, comedy and more. Plus, check out music from local bands like Lower Dens’ two-night album release, and a trio of Baltimore luminaries at Current Space.
Enjoy an afternoon of wine tasting and shopping in Baltimore’s hippest neighborhood – Harbor East – at the 5th Annual Vino in Vogue on Saturday, September 7. Swirl, sip and sample wines from some of the neighborhood’s most notable restaurants and venues while enjoying shopping events, lite bites and live music in the heart of Harbor East. This not-to-be-missed event is perfect for both serious oenophiles as well as casual wine drinkers looking to mix, mingle and imbibe. Make a date and reserve your tasting glass today! We couldn’t dream of a better way to spend a Saturday.