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Museums are opening up again. So are live music venues, library branches, movie theaters, even strip clubs.
But there are two forms of gathering that still aren’t allowed in Baltimore City during the COVID-19 pandemic: The annual St. Patrick’s Parade, which had been scheduled for March 14 this year, and local pub crawls.
Neighborhood markets offer everything you need to make the holidays merry and bright
The holidays are just around the corner – and it’s the perfect time to consider making a visit to the Baltimore public markets for all your seasonal culinary needs. The markets, each with its own distinctive character and unique vendors, provide a refreshing – and relaxing – alternative to traditional grocery stores this month.
At Lexington, Broadway, Hollins, Northeast, Cross Street and Avenue markets, you can find the ingredients you need to cook a perfect holiday dinner at home – from fresh seafood and meats to mouth-watering produce and scrumptious desserts. Or, if you’re too busy to cook, you can order in from Market vendors, arguably some of the hottest food purveyors in the City. For more information and vendors lists, visit www.bpmarkets.com and www.lexingtonmarket.com.
JOYFUL JAMS AT HARBOR EAST
SATURDAYS IN DECEMBER 19TH
Enjoy the sweet sounds of holidays on the harbor. Join us this Saturday, December 19th, from 12pm-4pm for Joyful Jams. Shop and dine the best of Baltimore while you take in live music and festive tunes from local artists. Pose in front of our holiday “selfie station” throughout the season! #HarborEastHoliday.
Saturday, December 12th | 10 am – 4 pm
Event is FREE and open to the public
Green Spring Station along with Taken, and WTMD-FM will once again host a one-day holiday marketplace featuring Baltimore’s most talented artisans as they ‘set up shop’ around the center in this 5th Annual Holiday Makers Market!
The Makers Market will feature 15+ LOCAL holiday vendors and artisans all socially-distanced and keeping with COVID policy- safe and sanitized shopping throughout the outdoor center. Also, enjoy a special pop-up shop curated by Taken and live music for some holiday fun!
Waxing Kara’s sustainable Hive Hex candle line has launched. This limited edition vessel is 100% handmade in the USA by top artisans. Available in our three most popular fragrances: Forest, Honey, and Lavender. Deliciously fragrant no matter the season. Save 10% when you use the code Holiday10 at checkout. Ships FREE.