On Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, there are plenty of ways to shop without going to the mall in the suburbs. From pop-up shops to Main Street celebrations to breweries, grab free food and drink while the season is young. Or, get out on a hike and catch some new music. Enjoy:
This is your first call for the holidays. It’s the weekend to take the initial pass and get into some of the attractions before the hubbub. Plus, plenty of chances to start shopping. Elsewhere, check out Oyfest and see new exhibits at BMA’s Art After Hours.
Join Harbor East for a sophisticated and civilized alternative to mall mayhem at the 2nd Annual Black Friday Block Party on Friday, November 23 from 11am – 4pm. Skip the holiday frenzy and enjoy leisurely shopping events, a mimosa and bloody mary bar, live music, a complimentary DIY hot chocolate bar and family-friendly activities for the little ones (including face painting, cookie decorating, a balloon artist and appearances from holiday characters). RSVP for Free Parking and giveaways. The first 100 RSVP guests to check in will receive a complimentary cocktail, on us! It isn’t all about the receiving either – proceeds to help benefit Helping Up Mission Women’s & Children’s Program/ Inspiring Hope Campaign. Cheers to sweet sales and less stress!
Weekend Events Calendar: John Waters Film Marathon, U+N Fest 7, Highlandtown Basement Bar Tour and more
The sun is going down a bit earlier, but there’s still a chance to take in another week between the busy fall and frenetic holidays. This weekend, enjoy the harvest in the city or out at the farm. Or, take in the last gasp of the Charm City Fringe Festival. Plus, AlienCon lands at the Baltimore Convention Center.
This Weekend Events Post is sponsored by Mount Washington Tavern – Make sure to check out their weekly specials including Rib Nights, T-bone Nights and more.
Weekend Events Calendar: Baltimore Craft Beer Festival, Greek Festival, Charm City Fringe Festival, Charles Streetacular
It’s that time of year when monster mash turns to pumpkin smash. Nevertheless, there are plenty of chances left for fall fun. This weekend has festivals featuring craft beer, wine and oysters. Plus, peruse a maker market with cocktail in hand, or meet new pet friends in Patterson Park. Take a look: