The program is pretty openly a promotional tool designed to get people out and and help the arts in the city. But among the hundreds of things to do, there’s bound to be something you haven’t done before, in area of the city where you don’t normally hang out.
Just from perusing the calendar, we see a three-part tour of Poe’s Baltimore on the anniversary of his death on Oct. 7. On Oct. 10, an art exhibition at Jubilee Arts (near Penn and North) looks at the Sandtown-Winchester community, and how to create “a place of love.” On Oct. 3, the Mushroom City Arts Festival sprouts at Leakin Park.
And to kick it off, the Maryland Zoo is free on Thurs., Oct. 1.
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