Wet Wednesdays at Exit 59 is a great happy hour/ party to help you get over the hump! Come out and enjoy .59 cent wings, discounted beers, and drink specials. This is a 30 and over event so there will be nothing but the grown and sexy in the place!
Wet Wednesdays at Exit 59 is something to do in Baltimore!
Wet Wednesdays at Exit 59
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The Baltimore Herb Festival is a celebration of the spices of life. No… we are not talking about the herbs that you smoke! These are the herbs that you eat! Come out for a day in the park celebrating herbs! Great event for those that are into cooking, gardening or just love the smell and taste of herbs. This is an event for the whole family!
Great festival to enjoy over the Memorial Day weekend.
The Baltimore Herb Festival is something to do in Baltimore!
Baltimore Herb Festival
May 23 2015
9:30 am – 3 pm
Tons of vendors selling parsley, sage, rosemary etc. Plus classes on herbs as medicine and my dear Carrie Murray Nature Center.
Over 50 Herb & Plant Vendors • Lectures • Lunch
Music • Exhibitors • Free Miniature Train Rides
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Power and Ego White Party is going to be a grand event. White parties always have an elegant feel and this will have all the elegance, class and ambiance that you can handle. Get on your best white outfit and come out for what will be an awesome white party.
Power and Ego White Party is something to do in Baltimore!
Power and Ego White Party
July 3 2015
9pm – 2 am
Music by: Dj Lil Jetta and Dj B-Easy
Hosted by: Chief Lil Black
Lavish Buffet | Raffle
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Memorial Day weekend is quickly approaching and we all love a long weekend! We like to bring you good information on a variety of things to do in Baltimore so we have found a list of things to do over the holiday weekend! This is not an all inclusive list and if you browse the rest of our website, you will find many more events…. So by all means, please look through the list and browse the rest of our website.
Above all, enjoy the Memorial Day weekend, your time off work and your family and friends.
Memorial Day Events in Baltimore
May 22 – 25 2015
MAY 23: GUARDING THE RAILROAD
B&O Railroad Museum, 901 W. Pratt St. 12 p.m. Free-$18. 410-752-2490. Head to the B&O and learn about the importance of railroads during the Civil War. Kids can also try on uniforms and equipment that soldiers would have worn, including leather gear, haversack, and canteens.
May 24: EDGAR ALLEN POE HOUSE & MUSEUM REOPENING
203 N. Amity St.. Sat. & Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Free-$5. 410-396-7932. This macabre museum reopens for the season and pays homage to Baltimore’s iconic author and poet. Located where Poe wrote some of his early works, like “MS. Found in a Bottle,” “Morella,” and “Serenade,” the house will be closed nevermore—or at least not until December.
MAY 25: ORIOLES MEMORIAL DAY GAME
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 333 W. Camden St. 1:35 p.m. $10-56. 888-848-2473. Support the O’s as they take on the Houston Astros, but be sure to get there early, as the first 20,000 fans snag a star-spangled Orioles barbeque apron. We can’t think of a better way to spend a Monday off than a game at Camden Yards and then some home grilling in your new apron. Perhaps you can be the next Boog Powell.
May 21-31: BALTIMORE ROCK OPERA SOCIETY
Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave. Times vary. $15, 410-276-1651. Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) and Creative Alliance join forces for two epic weekends of rock music and great performances. The Rock Opera 6-Pack will showcase six original shows over the course of two weeks, but there are two shows we’re looking forward to in particular: Revival, a show filled with faith and gospel music and RATS!, dedicated to our beloved rodents.
MAY 23-24: BREW AT THE ZOO
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, 1876 Mansion House Dr. 1-7 p.m. $25-65. 410-396-7102. Spend your weekend at the zoo and indulge in unlimited beer samplings from a number of local breweries, including classics like The Brewer’s Art and newcomers like Monument City Brewing, with live music, food, craft vendors, and wine for the beer-averse. Tickets also include a commemorative glass and all day admission to the zoo.
MAY 24: SOWEBO ARTS AND MUSIC FESTIVAL
1100 Hollins St. 12-8 p.m. Free. 410-566-8368. The annual Hollins Market neighborhood is celebrating Southwest Baltimore with its annual festival of music, art, and eats. Hear local bands, like Alexander Peters and the Roosters, Bumpin Uglies, Tim Kaye, and Sister Ex. Admire or purchase art, like pottery and photography. And don’t miss out on the food, with BBQ, Thai, and dessert, to name a few.
May 21-24: MARYLAND DEATHFEST
Locations and times vary. $25-175. Maryland’s premiere metal festival boasts more than 80 bands performing at three different venues including Rams Head Live, Soundstage, and the Edison Lot. This intense music fest fuses metal, thrash, doom, grindcore, hardcore, and black metal bands from around the world (like Primordial from Dublin), as well as just down the street (like Iron Man).
MAY 23: THE COLOR RUN SHINE TOUR 5K
Camden Yards, 333 W. Camden St. 9 a.m. & 12 p.m. $50-55. 855-662-6567. The Color Run steps it up a notch with this year’s all-new “Shine Tour,” where you’ll not only be paint-bombed, but doused in glitter while running the streets of Baltimore. They’re also partnering with The Cool Kids Campaign, which works to help pediatric oncology patients and their families in any way they can, academically, socially, and emotionally.
MAY 23: MEMORIAL DAY MURPH CHALLNEGE
The Maryland Athletic Club and Wellness Center Harbor East, 655 S. President St. 12 p.m. Free. 410-625-5000. This national military-inspired challenge is an annual fundraiser for the Lt. Michael P. Murphy Memorial Scholarship Foundation, which awards scholarships to students who uphold the fallen Navy SEAL’s legacy. Starting with a one-mile run, participants must complete 100 pull-ups, 200 push-ups, 200 squats, and another one-mile run, all in less than 50 minutes.
MAY 24: 20th ANNUAL MCVET 5K AND 10K
War Memorial Plaza, 101 N. Gay St. 7:30 a.m. $25-35. 410-576-9626. Participate in a 5K or 10K, which begins at the War Memorial Building and winds through the city with a spectacular view of the downtown skyline. The race benefits the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training, which supports homeless and in-need veterans, and will be followed by an awards ceremony with medals, trophies, cash prizes, and music.
Special thanks to Baltimore Magazine
Refaced Defaced Art Show is a unique art experience. Street artists Toven and Worthy, along with sculptor/painter Paul Mericle, have teamed up to explore the theme of street art claiming and reclaiming public space in a constant cycle. Collaborating to create large- and small-scale pieces, they explore the various ways in which “faces” can be created through defacing, refacing, building, removing, adding and subtracting from surfaces.
This is something To Do In Baltimore!
Refaced Defaced Art Show
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May 22, 2015
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Old School Hip Hop Party is not that far off and if you love 80’s and 90’s Hip Hop, you need to be sure you make it out to this event. There will be old school Hip Hop played all night and get your best 80’s /90’s outfits out for the Best Dress Contest! Enjoy 3 Dj’s, cash bar, vendors and pictures by A&M Portraits
This will be a night of fun and something to do in Baltimore!
Old School Hip Hop Party
Friday , June 26 2015
8pm – 2am
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Aldi is holding a hiring event today! You or someone you know need a job? Make your way out to Aldi and be prepared to interview. Taka a copy of a current resume. We do more than just party. We also try to uplift our Baltimore communities!
Yes… This is something to do in Baltimore too!
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May 19, 2015
7am – 7pm
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