Spring is nature’s way of saying “Let’s party.” And there is no better place to celebrate spring than at The Shops at Kenilworth. On Saturday, April 24, Spring Into Fashion with a day of local shopping. Your favorite Kenilworth retailers and Rheb’s Homemade Candies are popping up in the hallway across from Trader Joe’s from 11am – 4pm with special guest, Budz & Blooms from 11am-3pm! Enjoy live music, spring trends, and more.
10 Things to do in Baltimore This Weekend: Baltimore Craft Week; Miles Gannett’s Album Release; Gnomes and Their Homes
Crafts, daffodils and gnomes. Those are the themes of just a few events this weekend, and it sounds like the makings of a creative spring weekend to me. Around the city and live from your couch, be sure to check out a pair of art events, and an album release show from a local Americana artist. Here’s the weekend lineup. Make it your own:
Can you feel it? A time of transition is in the air, as more vaccinations and arrival of spring allow us to venture out a bit more. As ever, the weekend events calendar reflects the times. After weeks of smaller virtual events, this weekend offers the chance to welcome back the Orioles, go fly a kite or take in the Asia North Arts Festival around Station North, from home. Here’s the lineup:
10 Things to Do in Baltimore This Weekend: First Friday; JFK Farmers Market Opening Day; Theater Returns
Spring is a time for renewal, and that’s true of Baltimore’s events. With the calendar turning to April, outdoor events like the JFX Farmers Market, First Friday and an Easter egg hunt are back in-person (with distancing). And the city’s theatre calendar is starting to fill the stages once again (in virtual formats). It’s the latest sign that we’re going to get there. Here’s this weekend’s lineup.
10 Virtual Events in Baltimore This Weekend: LOVE/language; ‘Squeaky’ Reading; Drawing & Print Exhibition
Spring is officially here. That means Maryland Day is upon us, and Easter is right around the corner. That means our first egg hunt is on the calendar. Elsewhere this week on the virtual lineup, check out the work of regional playwrights and artists, and a full day of genealogy.
Spring into a new season with safe, festive fun the entire family will love! Celebrate Spring Break at Port Discovery Children’s Museum from Saturday, March 27 through Sunday, April 11 (dates/hours vary)! Enjoy spring-themed crafts like Paper Springs Pop-Ups & the Community Flower Garden, meet all kinds of furry, scaly, feathery, and fun animals with Wildlife Adventures, learn about the weather with Farmer Weathersky in his roaming, interactive program and enjoy hours of screen-free play while making memories together! For more information, visit https://www.portdiscovery.org/springbreak.
10 Virtual Things to Do in Baltimore This Weekend: CityLit Festival; Bach Marathon; The Genius Of Black Women in Music
Spring arrives this weekend, and the calendar is picking up with events. Annual favorites like the CityLit Festival and Baltimore Bach Marathon are adapting for virtual format. Plus, explore history from the War of 1812 to the 1970s, and the work of Baltimore artists. Full lineup:
Play is the very best way children learn – but for many children and families, including those dealing with financial insecurity and other difficult circumstances, accessing safe, purposeful play can be challenging at best.
Help make a difference in the lives of thousands of children and families all over Maryland. Join Port Discovery Children’s Museum for a virtual night of magic, wonderment, and PLAY while supporting children and families.
Grab your Party Play Pack* and a cocktail and join us for a special virtual event on Friday, April 9th at 7:30 PM. With your support, we can provide play, learning, and wonderment for all of Maryland’s children!
This week has brought a bit of a taste of spring, but the pandemic winter unfortunately isn’t over yet. So settle in for a variety of virtual events from local groups. This week, Enoch Pratt welcomes a bestselling author and discusses a much-loved poet. Plus, the Maryland Science Center celebrates Pi(e).
10 Virtual Things to Do in Baltimore This Weekend: Love Groove Festival; BMI Bull & Oyster Roast; ellen cherry’s Recovering Eurydice
March is here, and that means it’s Women’s History Month. This weekend brings the lead-up to International Women’s Day on Monday. Fittingly, there are plenty of (virtual) musical performances and art exhibitions this weekend featuring the work of women. Plus, BMI’s big event goes virtual, and a dog doc that raises funds for BARCS: