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.
We’ve made it to October, so it’s time to check out some haunts. This weekend offers chances to see what’s going on in Baltimore, with Doors Open Baltimore showing off architecture, DIY Fest revealing skills and hobbies and Baltimore Innovation Week spotlighting tech. Plus, fests honor mushrooms and not-so-fun-guy Edgar Allan Poe. And, it’s Fleet Week! Here’s the rundown:
The Walters Art Museum celebrates a year of transformation at its annual Gala & Party, a memorable event on Saturday, October 13 from 6 p.m. to midnight that will be unlike any other in Baltimore.
Weekend Events Calendar: Baltimore Book Festival, Comic-Con, The Big Ice Cream Social, Maritime Magic
With fall officially upon us, the summer series are pretty much wound down. But there are still plenty of outdoor festivals and community gatherings on the calendar, from the Book Festival all over the Inner Harbor to Southwest Palooza. And don’t miss out on some of the city’s unique art events, such as High Zero Festival and a parade at the BMA. Then, on Sunday, we all get free ice cream, courtesy of Ben and Jerry’s and Taharka Brothers. Check out the details:
Weekend Events Calendar: Charm City Night Market, Pigtown Festival, Cherry Hill Arts and Music Festival and more
The city’s cross-section of cultures is on full display with the Night Market at the former site of Chinatown, and festivals celebrating Polish and German heritage across town. Plus neighborhood festivals spotlight Pigtown, Belair-Edison and Cherry Hill. Elsewhere, check out the BMA’s new exhibit with Mark Bradford, or some of the best in local music at Baltimore magazine‘s festival. Here’s the rundown:
Weekend Events Calendar: Defenders Day Weekend, Baltimore Seafood Festival, Butchers Hill Flea Market
With Hurricane Florence bearing down to the south, a few cancellations have come through. Yet the creative energy goes on with festivals featuring pinball, podcasts and more. Plus, there are new theater openings, a big flea market in Patterson Park and a block party in Abell. Check out the weekend plans:
Come get financially organized at T. Rowe Price’s Community Shred Event on Saturday September 15. Attendees can bring up to four bags of documents to have them safely shredded by Vangel, Inc. shredding services. Documents to shred include old bills, account statements, and other sensitive documents.