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St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore to Host New Event to Support Cause of Ending Homelessness in Baltimore

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St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore is pleased to announce the launch of Equinox, a unique event to raise funds and awareness to end homelessness in Baltimore presented by M&T Bank. On Friday, September 24, 2021 approximately 500 people will gather at the Baltimore Museum of Industry to enjoy a Chesapeake-inspired menu, beer, wine, and spirits, creative lighting, silent and live auctions, and lively and fun music from Reverend Smackmaster & the Congregation of Funk.

The theme for Equinox is “Be the Light You Want to See”. Funds raised will go directly to supporting shelter and housing programs of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore.

Click here for more information.

Enjoy Baltimore Restaurant Week and the Great Old Bay Crab Hunt July 23 – August 1

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Baltimore is a delicious city. See for yourself during Baltimore Restaurant Week, July 23 – August 1, presented by OLD BAY. Enjoy 10 days of delicious deals and fun at Baltimore’s best restaurants. This year, enjoy a little added fun with “The Great Old Bay Crab Hunt.” #CapturetheCrab by scanning the QR code at participating restaurants to be entered to win a special Old Bay prize.

Summer Sidewalk Sale July 22-24 at The Shops at Kenilworth

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Sales, Steals & Deals: Summer Sidewalk Sale

Join The Shops at Kenilworth this Thursday, July 22 through this Saturday, July 24 for Sales, Steals & Deals – our Summer Sidewalk Sale! Shop three days of great savings with up to 75% off at participating stores.

The 5th Annual Cherry Hill Arts & Music Waterfront Festival Airing Virtually on July 4

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The 5th Annual Cherry Hill Arts & Music Waterfront Festival will air virtually on Sunday, July 4th starting at 1pm! It is FREE to enjoy and appropriate for all ages! Visit https://cherryhillfest.com/ for more information.

Thanks to lead sponsor South Baltimore Gateway Partnerships, Inc., you’ll hear musical performances from Maysa, Teddy Douglas, Mighty Mark & Friends, The Kelly Bell Band, Jahworks and many more!

Celebrate the Start of Summer with Hungry Harvest

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Good food + good people + good cause = good times!

Hungry Harvest invites you to come celebrate the start of summer by raising a glass while raising money to provide access to fresh food for Baltimoreons in need at Union Craft Brewing on Thursday, June 24th from 5 – 9pm. 

As part of their inaugural Produce to the People Road Trip, Hungry Harvest will visit Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC on a three city tour to bring together every aspect of their mission, culminating with local community events. Their Baltimore event will feature retro video games, a grocery giveaway, signature drinks featuring rescued produce, delicious food, swag bags, and more! Get to know more about Hungry Harvest’s farm and donation partners and help raise money to grow future impact!

Come join the fun at Union Craft Brewing on Thursday, June 24th from 5 – 9pm. 

Baltimore Museum of Industry and Project Liberty Ship Team Up to Share Story of Shipbuilding in Baltimore

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The Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI) will present a free online program on Thursday, June 24 at 7pm that uses material from the BMI’s collections and archives to tell the story of how Baltimore became a shipbuilding power that produced one of Baltimore’s most historically significant artifacts, the S.S. John W. Brown.

This program is part of the BMI’s Bethlehem Steel Legacy Project, a multiyear initiative to document and preserve the stories of the local steelmaking giant and the surrounding community.  At its height, its Sparrows Point mill was the largest steel producer in the world, making steel for bridges, buildings, and railroads.  What many people do not know is that Bethlehem Steel also built ships. This online program is free to attend, though advanced registration is required. Click here to register.

Associated Black Charities Announces New Speaker Series with Support from Comcast

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Associated Black Charities (ABC) is pleased to announce a new event-based initiative for 2021 – the Equity First Speakers Series, in partnership with Comcast. Each session of the four-part series will take place online and will be ticketed, with all proceeds benefitting the programs and operations of ABC. Comcast is partnering with ABC for this interview-style event that will enrich both private and corporate audiences who are interested in developing their racial equity lens.

Equity First will consist of interviews with key leaders, from Baltimore and across the nation, who recognize that sustainable change for people of color will only come when structural and institutional barriers are replaced with equitable policies, practices and institutions. Invited speakers will be those who have put equity first in their careers and their passions. At the time of this release the series’ sponsors, in addition to Comcast, included Under Armour Foundation, Bank of America, Whiting-Turner Contracting Company, Wells Fargo, and Afro News.

Don’t Miss Out on the GreenMount School Spring Auction 2021 – Ends This Friday

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It’s the final countdown! This Friday, May 14, the GreenMount School Spring Auction comes to a close! Get those last minute bids in on some amazing donations from local area businesses and individuals. Everything from cooking classes to custom artwork to a private chef’s dinner in your home. Click to learn more and see what is up for bid.

Announcing Short Story Fest

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Coinciding with National Short Story Month,
the inaugural event takes place online May 15

Short Story Book Club kicks off the inaugural literary short story festival, Short Story Fest on May 15, 2021. Short Story Fest is the online literary event for people who love and appreciate short stories and reading culture. This one-day event will bring together readers and authors from across the country to create connections based on their mutual enjoyment and appreciation of short stories, literature, and writing.

The Choral Arts Gala 2021 – A Three Day Event!

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The Choral Arts Gala is an annual fundraiser to benefit Baltimore Choral Arts’ education and outreach programs. From the comfort of your own home, join this year’s Choral Arts Virtual Gala, a three-day celebration featuring alluring auction items and a special performance by Tony-nominated Broadway star Euan Morton. The auction will begin on Friday, April 30 at 9 am EDT and end on Sunday, May 2 at 9 pm, with the special virtual performance on Sunday, May 2 at 5:30 pm. Click here to purchase tickets.

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