Things to do in Baltimore this week 5/9

Get out there and do stuff people!

Monday, May 9

Golf Tournament
12PM – End
Piney Branch Golf Club
5301 Trenton Mill Rd, Upperco
Help support the Baltimore Museum of Industry‘s educational programs, exhibits, and collections by teeing off with us at our seventh annual BMI golf outing. Held at the exceptional Piney Branch Golf Club, this day-long tournament includes bag lunch, snacks, beverages, and buffet dinner, as well as several challenging contests with prizes. $150 per person, $600 per foursome, includes greens fees. Advanced registration required.

Tuesday, May 10

Phantom Pop and Fujank in Baltimore at Joe Squared
9PM – ?
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
After a year and a half away, Phantom Pop is finally coming back to Baltimore to kick off a 15-city spring tour. The new Joe Squared is up and running, and Bmore locals Fujank will be opening the show! $5 cover. The best pizza in town.

Wednesday, May 11

Harry and Snowman – Special Advance Screening
5PM and 7PM screenings
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
Please join us on the Eve of Pimlico’s Preakness Meet opening for a special advance screening of the heart warming Harry & Snowman and selections from the Equus Film Festival Winner’s Tour. Portion of proceeds benefit the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance & Susan G. Komen Maryland.  Tickets $15 at

Pints and Purls
7PM – 10PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
I’m new in town, and Lynda isn’t, we like to knit, I like to meet people! Come out, bring a project and enjoy a drink or nibble from one of the awesome vendors at the market. I’ll try to get in early and grab a table near the Fill Station! This is an unofficial event for now but if we get a good response I’ll talk to the market about making us legit!

The Black Lips
8PM – ?
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tickets onsale now at, Charmington’s Cafe
and at Ottobar!

Thursday, May 12

60 Cent Cannoli
9AM – 10PM
Vaccaro’s Italian Pastry Shop
222 Albemarle St, Baltimore
Due to overwhelming response of our anniversary sale, we are proud to offer 60 CENT CANNOLI for carry-out only on the Second Thursday of every month for the rest of the year! (LIMIT 2 PER PERSON, per day, must be present, carry-out only) May 12, June 9, July 14, August 11, September 8, October 13, November 10, and ending December 8. Please come into any of our 4 locations on these days only to buy, LARGE Regular CANNOLI for 60 cents each. (You must ask for this deal as it will not be applied automatically, limit 2.)

Cocktails at the Conservatory
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens
3100 Swann Dr.,Baltimore
Mix, mingle and enjoy botanically-inspired cocktails by master mixologists from Rye Fells Point and beyond at the Rawlings Conservatory! In addition to their signature Palm House Punch, Rye has created several new drinks especially for this event — incorporating plants and flowers that can be found in the Conservatory’s collection of plants from around the world! Bring a friend or come alone to sip delicious cocktails in the beautiful and exotic environs of the Rawlings Conservatory. Mixologists will be happy to answer questions on how to incorporate rare botanicals into your cocktails at home, and Conservatory volunteers will be on hand to highlight the many fascinating plants in bloom. Tickets are $35 online, $40 at the door. Admission includes 3 drink tickets, snacks, and music, too! We are so pleased to bring this partnership between Rye and the Conservatory’s plants back for another delicious round! Rye created fantastic botanical-based cocktails for the “Drunken Botanist” event and four other “Cocktails” events. They are back again to bring their commitment to quality libations to you. Enjoy specialty products, fresh juices, and local ingredients poured by knowledgeable and friendly bartenders.  Join us for this Friends of the Rawlings Conservatory event to toast the Conservatory and help support and preserve this gem of Baltimore for future generations!

First Jazz Night at Cunningham’s!
1 Olympic Pl, Towson
Join us for our first Jazz Night featuring Jazz Band Ultrafaux! Happy hour runs from 5-7 pm.

Jazz Night
6PM – 8PM
Fleet Street Kitchen
1012 Fleet St, Baltimore
Featuring Annapolis-based jazz guitarist Tom Lagana and his band, Happy Hour will be from 5pm – 7pm and music will start at 6pm! You can learn more about the Tom Lagana Group here:

Preakness Happy Hour
6PM – 10PM
Mt. Washington Tavern
5700 Newbury St, Baltimore
Joiun us after opening day at Pimlico for KARAOKE FOR THE CAUSE. Release your inner rock star! Guest Jockey Bartenders. 50 / 50 raffle for a chance to win cash, Orioles tickets & Black-Eyed Susan Day tickets. Proceeds to benefit Komen Maryland.

Member Interest Mixer
6PM – ?
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Reverb is a new artist collective and benevolent community organization. We host art openings, music shows, gatherings, and events for our members and their guests. We do charity and fundraising for organizations like Movable Feast, North Charles business association, and others. Our goal is to be a positive force in the community and a creative home for our members.  We will be hosting a mixer this coming Thursday May 12th at 6pm. We will have a DJ, drinks and refreshments, and we look forward to speaking to people about possible membership in our organization.

Stand-up Comedy Night! w/ Rob Maher + $1 oysters!
8:00PM – 9:30PM
Ryleigh’s Oyster Mount Vernon
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Another week of incredible comedy in The Basement! $1 Oysters * $2 Rolling Rock Pints * $3 PBR 16oz cans * $4 & $5 Select Craft Beers * $5 Natty Boh 32oz drafts * $6 Wine. Full Food & Cocktail Menu Also Avaialable!
Rob Maher
As seen peforming with Dave Attell, Lewis Black, Jim Breuer, Tommy Davidson, Jake Johannsen, Frank Caliendo, Charlie Murphy, Pablo Francisco, Jim Norton, Tony Rock, Bobby Slayton and the late, great Mitch Hedberg!
Liz P Curtis, Arielle Kaplan, Deadair Dennis Maler, & Kristy Belich.Hosted by Mike Quindlen

MICA Art Walk

Friday, May 13

Pints in the Park
5PM – 8PM
Center Plaza
120 W. Fayette Street, Baltimore
This popular outdoor happy hour has it all: corn hole, ping pong, live music, and cheap beers from Baltimore breweries. Bravenoise is scheduled to perform in May. Pints in the Park is the second Friday of the month, May – October, so go ahead and pencil us in for the summer.

Made In Baltimore Furniture Showroom GRAND OPENING!
5PM – 8PM
Second Chance, Inc.
1700 Ridgely St, Baltimore
Come join us at Second Chance for the grand opening of the Made In Baltimore Furniture Showroom! We’ve inhabited nearly 1000 square feet of Second Chance and installed work by local furniture makers:
Goodwood Design
La Loupe
Metis Collective
Monkey in the Metal
Surface Project
Zimmerman Woodworks
Joshua David Crown Studios
Come have a beer, admire the work, and connect with makers of all types. The event is free! Brought to you by The Industrial Arts Collective.

Art After Hours
8PM – 11PM
The Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Dr, Baltimore
After-hours access to galleries, a complimentary Van Gogh Vodka cocktail, free snacks from Kinderhook, a Myth, Mysteries & Superstitions art quiz to win a free drink & or join the BMA for tickets to a future Art After Hours, DJ Paul Random’s play list and Make Your Own Luck Talisman. For sale throughout the evening are Van Gogh Vodka cocktails, beer, wine, and soft drinks, as well as savory offerings from Rouge Fine Catering. Tickets 20 Members/Students; $25 non-Members. This event is for people aged 21 and older.

Rye Day the 13th

Saturday, May 14

Audubon Native Plant Sale
8AM – Sell Out
Patterson Park Audubon Center
2901 E Baltimore St, Baltimore
Once again, Audubon is bringing the native plants to you! Find us by the fountain at the Butchers Hill Flea Market to purchase beautiful, blooming native perennials to add to your own slice of urban oasis. We’ll be there first thing in the AM until we sell out! *Please note: cash or check only. Thank you!

UME Baltimore County Master Gardener PLANT SALE
9AM – 2PM
Baltimore County Agriculture Center
Cockeysville, Maryland
Our 6th Year! Even Bigger and Better! Find the perfect sun or shade plant! Also plants for pollinators. butterflies and bees; heirloom tomatoes, veggies and perennials; and native plants and shrubs.

Create your own Body Care + Herb Garden!
3PM – 6PM
The Potters Guild
3600 Clipper Mill Rd, Baltimore
A lesson on cultivating herbs inside your home, and using them to benefit body and mind. Priya will show you how to transform fresh culinary herbs into aromatic bodycare formulas you can make at home. We’ll talk about herbal oil infusions, tinctures, and using whole herbs in bodycare — and we’ll enjoy them in a delicious cocktail or two! And together we’ll make a spring body butter with homegrown chocolate mint-infused oil, rose geranium, and basil. You’ll take home a 2 oz tin of luscious body butter, plus a load of new skills! Liz of B.Willow will guide you as we plant fresh spring herbs, using containers hand made by Anna Crooks, Ellen Paul, and Vianney Paul of the Potter’s Guild. We will discuss how to successfully grow herbs indoors, and how to utilize them for their many health benefits. Members of the Potter’s Guild will also demonstrate how to make slab-built and thrown planters similar to those available for the workshop, as well as give a brief outline of other fun classes and workshops that take place at the Guild. $120 ticket includes all supplies + snacks and cocktails.

Opening Reception, Erika Ceruzzi | Laundered Fang
7PM – 10PM
502 W Franklin St, Baltimore
Erika Ceruzzi (b. 1990, Kensington, MD) lives and works in New York City. In her first solo show at Springsteen, she presents a body of work within a space between a parking garage and W. Franklin Street. Laundered Fang is a corridor where incisions are on view, and objects rest in dormant surge. Ceruzzi recently co-curated EVA, at Interstate Projects (New York). Solo exhibitions include Menswear, Still House (New York) and m, i, n, e, Interstate Projects (New York). Recent two-person exhibitions include Koroneiki (w/ Morgan Canavan) Hester (New York), Material Art Fair (w/ Colin Foster) Springsteen (Mexico City), and Jardin No. 19 (w/ Alex Ito) Springsteen. Her work has been shown at Muscle Beach (Portland), Rowing (London), Rail Curatorial Projects (Miami), Yves Klein Archives (Paris), Division Gallery (Montreal), V1 (Copenhagen), and Howard St (New York).

‘The Beautiful Ones’ – A Prince Tribute Dance Party
10PM – 2AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
A special night at the Ottobar devoted to PRINCE! w/ DJ James Nasty & DJ Mills!  James Nasty & Mills will be throwin’ down all of your favorite Prince jams as well as rarities and remixes!  The past year has been a tough one for music lovers…we’ve lost some great ones! In addition to Prince, expect to also get down on the dance floor to a few gems from some of the musical greats who have recently left us…like Bowie & Maurice White from Earth, Wind & Fire…but, more importantly, you Sexy MF’s get out to the Ottobar this might to Kiss, Get Off, and to once again party like it’s 1999!

Sunday, May 15

SUNDAY SALON IV: takeover by SunSets
12PM – 2PM
The Contemporary
429 N Eutaw St, Baltimore
The Contemporary will be hosting regular Sunday Salons in concert with Only When It’s Dark Enough Can You See The Stars, a project with New York-based artist Abigail DeVille at the former Peale Museum located at 225 N. Holiday Street. Each Sunday, till June 11th, will feature local performers, poets, storytellers, and musicians from 12pm-2pm. Feel free to grab a bite from the Sunday’s Farmer Market and join us at the Peale Museum for an afternoon of performances. The current schedule is subject to change and includes:

– Lindsey

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