Was your New Year’s Resolution to get more in touch with what’s going on in Baltimore? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a look at events to get the new decade off and running. From crankies to a showcase of Baltimore artists, it once again shows what makes the city unique.
This weekend, Kwanzaa highlights the holiday celebrations, with events offering entertainment and marketplaces with local goods. Elsewhere, local musicians pay tribute to legends like Fleetwood Mac and Hank Williams. And the Steelers come to town.
Celebrate Kwanzaa on Saturday, 12/28 at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. The day will include African dance, drumming performances, workshops, lectures, craft activities, and an African Marketplace celebrating the principle Ujima: Collective Work and Responsibility. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased here.
The markets are starting to wind down, while the celebrations ramp up. On the weekend before Xmas, there’s plenty of chances to party in bars and on the streets. And take a moment to give back.
This weekend, enjoy three events with Charm City Books. Take some Holiday Portraits in a winter wonderland with Mike Jon on Saturday, 12/14. Enjoy Rapunzel – a one woman madcap puppet show on Sunday morning, 12/15. To end your weekend, join Charm City Books on Sunday, 12/15, for a festive evening of Holiday Chamber Music. Whether you attend one or all three, Charm City Books has your weekend covered.
Holidays are fast approaching, but there’s still some room to indulge amid the bustle. This weekend brings gatherings and music alongside a healthy helping of markets. Plus, a pair of notable local shops celebrate one year.
This weekend brings an equal mix of festive celebrations to welcome the season, and markets that let you acquire local goods without a visit to the mall. Plus, check out parades on the water at the Inner Harbor and land in Hampden.