This weekend, do something new. Check out a new brewery, an inaugural old-time festival or a new album from a local band. Here’s the lineup:
Join Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center for Their “Nature’s Calling – Family Fun Event” on May 5
Experience the great outdoors at the first annual Nature’s Calling – Family Fun Event to support Genesee Valley Outdoor Learning Center on Sunday, May 5 from 12 noon to 4 pm. A curated collection of activities for all ages including fishing in the pond, golf tips, corn hole tournament, tie dying, climbing tower, pony rides, petting zoo, live music and more. Enjoy a walking tour of Genesee Valley, taste local craft beers and wine while your kids play in the Gaga Pit, a Genesee Valley tradition. Food and beverages will be provided by The Food Market of Hampden, BC Brewery and Troyer’s Liquor of Hereford. Experience the Valley like you’ve never done before. Tickets and information are available at gvolc.org/events.
St. Patrick’s Day arrives this weekend. Get out in the streets to celebrate the Irish. Plus, check out music from such masters as Weezer, Pixies and Bach.
This weekend, step out into the streets for a jump start on St. Patrick’s festivities, or check out the city’s up and coming secondhand stores. Plus, art openings, readings and a dig through a trash wheel dumpster.
It’s a good weekend to see some music, whether it’s a cappella, dancing with the neighbors, a Sunday afternoon jazz set or checking out a touring band. Here’s the lineup:
Weekend Events Calendar: American Craft Show, Frozen Harbor Music Festival, Mac & Cheese Cook-Off and more
This weekend, check out crafts from around the world and mac and cheese from local kitchens. Plus, a music festival helps thaw out the Inner Harbor, and local musicians celebrate Django jazz.
This weekend, help BROS pick out a new production, sample a teeny tiny small plate or compete in the Pinewood Derby at Union Craft Brewing. Then, get in gear for President’s Day with an irreverent cabaret, or a dance party.
Winter weather may be returning, but at least there’s plenty to do. Head to the Convention Center to check out the latest rides, or welcome the Year of the Pig at the Walters Art Museum. Elsewhere, winter market and chili cook-offs are popping up like the buds that felt like they should’ve come out this week. Enjoy:
Will Punxsutawney Phil’s shadow emerge? The spring temperatures coming next week mean we may not have to wait. But until then, enjoy a weekend featuring parties across the city and the last chance for football until next fall. If you’d rather watch the Puppy Bowl, plenty of folks are getting together for the cuter competition as well.
In the dead of winter, the events calendar gives us a couple signs of summer. The Convention Center hosts a boat show and a baseball expo for our beloved O’s. Elsewhere, take in events that showcase Baltimore’s best artists, storytellers and WWII-era spy tales.