This April, meet your friends and Live Baltimore at Waverly Brewing for the I Love City Life Happy Hour. Slated for Friday, April 5, enjoy some good beer, good friendship and good conversation from 5-8pm. For a $10 donation you will receive one glass and one draft beer. Cheers!
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If you LOVE city life, this is the happy hour for you! Join Live Baltimore at this month’s Happy Hour on December 14 from 5-8pm at Peabody Heights Brewery. Good drinks, good company and good conversation included! For a $10 donation you will receive one glass and one draft beer. The first 100 guests to register will receive the fourth glass in the 2018 series as their take-home pint glass. However, sets of all four 2018 pint glasses will be on sale at this happy hour. Don’t miss out!
City Life is the only life for us. Live Baltimore is raising a pint to their love for the city with a happy hour at Creative Alliance on October 5 from 5-8pm. October’s event celebrates National Hispanic Heritage month. For a $10 donation you will receive a commemorative pint glass and one free beer. The first 100 guests to register will receive the third glass in the 2018 series as their take-home pint glass.
Fun-snacks-and-ice-cold-drinks-aplenty bash to beat the heat: Live Baltimore hosts an “I Love City Life” happy hour this evening to say thanks to folks who’ve sported the local city-life-loving slogan on bumpers or license plates.
Jot down the details: 6 to 8pm at Gaslight Square, 1401 Severn Street.
Maybe you recognize the widespread yellow sticker but don’t know that the message links to Live Baltimore, the only organization dedicated to marketing Baltimore as a terrific and affordable place to live, with the two practical goals of repopulating the city and increasing its residential tax base. (If you didn’t know the sticker matched the nonprofit, you’re not alone!)
Baltimore City native Carolyn O’Keefe dreamed up the saying to express her true satisfaction with life in the city. She created a bumper sticker and awarded it to friendly people she met–at gas stations, groceries, wherever. New face by new face and neighbor by neighbor, O’Keefe spread her pro-city message. Since 1999, when O’Keefe donated stickers to Live Baltimore, the nonprofit has proudly touted “I Love City Life” as catchphrase, theme song, and battle hymn.
Tonight’s happy hour will help raise awareness for the Baltimore Grand Prix, which takes place Labor Day weekend, September 2-4, and marks the first time the “Festival of Speed” has zoomed through town.
“We created this event to celebrate a marriage – of city lovers and car lovers,” said Live Baltimore Executive Director Anna Custer-Singh. “This happy hour is intended to thank all of our license plate holders and raise awareness of a new Baltimore tradition, the Baltimore Grand Prix.”
A 10 dollar cover charge includes appetizers and drinks from Dogwood, Taharka Brothers Ice Cream, live music, and a shot at two Grand Prix tickets.
(Those who own an “I Love” license plate get free admittance!)
Online pre-registration is encouraged.