Things to do in Baltimore this week 6/13

Lots of great activities outdoors this week!  Stay cool and have fun people!  Don’t forget to spoil your Dad on Father’s Day at one of the many restaurants offering special meals!

Monday, June 13

Baltimore Innovation Week Planning Workshop
6PM – 8:30PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Free to the public!  Whether you’re an event organizer, influencer, startup founder, innovator or just interested in getting involved, we have the perfect opportunity for you to help shape Baltimore Innovation Week 2016. Have a speaker, theme, venue or new idea you want to see included in Baltimore Innovation Week 2016? Here’s your chance to have it heard. Join us in the local foodie heaven that is Mt. Vernon Marketplace.
Hear from event organizers on what’s already in the works, then break into groups to brainstorm ideas that will help inform #BIW16. A complimentary snack will be provided!

Chastity Belt w/ Colleen Green, Which Magic & Purrer at Metro Gallery
8PM – ?
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Get tickets:
Chastity BeltColleen GreenWhich Magic + Purrer (new band! w Amanda Glasser)
Chastity Belt is a rock band consisting of four friends – guitarists Julia Shapiro and Lydia Lund, bassist Annie Truscott, and drummer Gretchen Grimm. They met in a tiny college town in Eastern Washington, but their story begins for real in Seattle, that celebrated home of Macklemore and the Twelfth Man. Following a post-grad summer apart, a handful of shows and enthusiastic responses from the city’s DIY community led them, as it has countless others, into a cramped practice space. They emerged with a debut album, No Regerts, sold it out faster than anyone involved thought possible, and toured America, a country that embraced them with open-ish arms. Now they’re back and the tab is settled, the lights are out, the birds are making noise even though the sun isn’t really up yet: it’s Time to Go Home, their second long-player and first for Hardly Art.

Naughty Bingo!
8PM – ?
The Point in Fells
1738 Thames St., Baltimore
Ok guys, you know the deal….come have fun, drink lots, win lots, laugh lots, and hear/ say a lot of dirty words!  Prizes, freebies, drink specials and even chances to win some $$! Seats are first come first serve and they go quick so come early and grab a bite to eat! Games will start PROMTLY at 9pm!

June 13th Reading: Paula Whyman Tara Laskowski Sherrie Flick Laura Ellen Scott and Art Taylor
7PM – 10PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
A monthly reading series held on Monday or Tuesday.  Join us for wine, beer, coffee, charcuterie, and today’s literary stars.

Live Music with Skribe and Touring Artist Kyle Marler
8PM – 10PM
In Like Flynn Tavern
1371 Andre St, Baltimore
Start the week off right with some killer tunes feat …Local Canjo playing musician Skribe
What’s a Canjo you ask ? Check out Skribes Tiny Desk Concert submission video and see for yourself. Touring genre melding songwriter Kyle J Marler (Columbus, OH) Event is free to attend.

Teavolve’s Open MIC featuring The Poetry & Storytelling Of James W. Falcon
7PM – ?
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Join author, Blog Talk Radio Host, Poet and founder of the encouragement based network, Encouragement Is Key, James W. Falcon, for his featured performance at Teavolve. James will deliver several of original poems in his signature style-gripping, entertaining, and passionate, from each of his 3 books of poetry including his latest book, “Excerpts From The Journal Of An Aging Man-Poems of Reflection” as well as from a current poetry project (and soon to be released book of poetry) entitled, “Unmistakably, Unapologetically, Unashamedly BLACK.” The voices that James lends to his poetry reading will truly touch your heart and the content of his writing will truly inspire your soul. Poetry like you’ve never heard in a performance like you’ve never seen!  James has been doing Open Mics for several years now but…this performance he will add an entirely different element. One that you absolutely, positively CAN NOT miss. Join James and see for yourselves!

Tuesday, June 14

Board Games and Booze
5PM – 11PM
The Joint Bar & Patio
1026 S Charles St, Baltimore
Board Games and Booze event at The Joint.
Our first run was a HUGE SUCCESS, so we are going to do it again.  Come play some games, meet some people and try some of our delicious libations. We have Code Names, Click Clack Lumberjack, Keep Calm, The Game and a few others. Feel free to bring your favorite!

Wyndridge & a Movie
8:30PM – ?
1520 Clipper Road, Baltimore
Pop by for snacks and a movie on the patio! We will be showing The Godfather out on the patio. You won’t want to miss out on our flights and bites pairing — 4 specialty ciders from Wyndridge Farms (York, PA) and some tasty cheese and cider based jams!

Young Professionals Happy Hour
6PM – 8PM
WYPR Station
2216 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join the WYPR Young Professionals for an evening of networking, beer, wine and great company. Meet WYPR on-air hosts and staff. $5 station donation is appreciated!
Buy tickets here

Writers and Words, June Reading
7PM – ?
2601 N Howard St, Baltimore
June June June June June. Writers Writers Writers Writers Writers. Words Words Words Words Words.  Wonderful coffee and sandwiches made available as always by our wonderful hosts at Charmington’s.
Our reader for June:
Alan Resnick – Wildcard
Slangston Hughes – Poetry
Kathy Flann – Fiction
Nancy Murray – Non-fiction

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Das Bier Haus Tap Takeover
5PM – Close
Das Bier Haus
1542 Light St, Baltimore
We’ll have Funk on draft. This is a Tap Takeover where whichever breweries’ keg kicks first, will get to keep that draft line for the entire summer. COME SUPPORT DUCLAW!

Creative Nomads presents Excavation with Grammy Nominee Carolyn Malachi
7PM – 7:30PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
EXCAVATION will dig deep into Carolyn Malachi’s RISE [Story 1] allowing emerging artists insight and an exclusive look into –
* Concepts & the creative process of each track
* Collaborations
* Production Inspiration
* Designing artwork
* And more
About Creative Nomads:
Creative Nomads’ mission is to both enhance the development of arts professionals and uplift youth through unique arts education and programming. Creative Nomads is a nonprofit** organization that supports a border-less community of arts professionals and youth arts enthusiasts. Through platforms of peer to peer learning experiences and quality colleague connections Creative Nomads designs programs for arts professionals intended to enhance their professional development and craft skills for continued growth and success in their careers. Youth arts enthusiast centered programming comes straight from the arts professionals in our community who are building and then imparting their arts skills on youth who are curious and absolutely benefit from hands on arts education.

Community Meal Prep Workshop
6PM – 8PM
DBFA Community Blend
625 Washington Blvd., Baltimore
Tired of making the same 5 dinners over and over? Do busy nights force you to grab take-out more than you care to admit? We have the answer! Come to my Wildtree Meal Prep Workshop!
Register by following link below:
Guests choose a menu and put together 10 meals to either freeze for busy nights ahead or eat fresh within a few days. It is customizable to your family’s diet/ preferences and the recipes, instructions, shopping lists, cooking instructions are included in the workshop kit. I have 12 spots available.

Wednesday, June 15

Tacos and Tequila
6PM – 9PM
1629 Thames St, Baltimore
We are kicking off the summer a little early. Join us and Barcocina for an evening filled with tacos, margaritas, sunset views and more. Tickets include a complimentary margarita, light passed hors d’ouvres, and extended happy hour prices from 6-8pm and plenty of little surprises. Barcocina’s full dinner menu will also be av liable. Tickets are limited and will sell out fast so get yours before it’s too late! Tickets: $10

Candle Making in Mt. Vernon!
6:30PM – 8:30PM
The Room – Mt. Vernon
800 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Raise your glass to a NEW kind of night out with The Room!
Join us as we host Knits, Soy & Metal for Candle Making and Wine! Grab your friends and your creative spirit and spend 1.5 – 2 hours drinking, eating, laughing, and flexing your creative muscles. There’s no experience necessary and we’ll provide all the supplies, so you don’t have to worry about a thing (except having a great time!).
After it’s all said and done, you will walk away with 2 all natural Scented Soy Candles, choosing from an array of scents ranging from floral, to earthy, to food inspired. Get ready to mix and mingle with other DIY enthusiasts as we get our creative juices flowing!
Buy tickets here

Tapas in the City at Bluegrass Tavern
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Bluegrass Tavern
1500 S Hanover St, Baltimore
Bluegrass Tavern is known for its Southern-accented New American Fare in South Baltimore. On June 15th, join us for a five course tapas meal with an optional wine pairing to sample some of the delicious Southern cuisine that Chef Antonio Rice is preparing. This five course meal will be upstairs in the private room and include menu favorites such as the Baked Creole Crawfish Mac N Cheese, The Smoked Fried Chicken, and new items off of the new seasonal menu. Vegetarian options will be provided! There are a limited number of tickets, so be sure to get yours before they sell out!

Alma Cocina hosts Zuccardi WIne Dinner
Seating at 6:30PM
Alma Cocina Latina
2400 Boston St, Ste 108, Baltimore
While it is convention to pair the wine to the food, chef Enrique Limardo, of Baltimore’s Alma Cocina Latina, has flipped this convention to create this innovative, other-worldly 10-course dinner inspired by the spectacular wines of Zuccardi Vineyards in Argentina. Please join us to experience this once in a lifetime event.
Buy tickets here

Défie Moi Pop-Up at The Food Market’s Private Kitchen
Seating at 7PM
The Food Market
1017 W 36th St, Baltimore
Asian-French inspired Street Food Pop-Up Dinner in the private kitchen of The Food Market in Hampden. Defie Moi is an underground Asian-French inspired Street Food concept that is popping up all over Baltimore.
Casual Dress, Call Angela at 410.908-1978 to reserve your seats.

Newbie Party / Weeknight Get Together
7PM – 9PM
Kislings Tavern
2100 Fleet St, Baltimore
June’s Newbie will be at KISLINGS’S tavern!! Grab some tasty wings, come meet the FAM and hear about what we have to offer coming up this summer! All are welcome and let’s hope for some nice, warm, summer weather!
We are also going to be helping one of our beloved members,Donna Conrad, on her fundraising for Honduras. CityFam is back (this August) to serve in Honduras, and Donna is specifically having a happy hour where all proceeds go to her FIRST trip to Honduras with us.
Come meet the fam, stay for some wings and beer and help one our family members raise money to help the needy in Honduras- no brainer this will be an AMAZING night!
Food and drink specials ONLY FOR CITYFAM!

Beer & Bar Snacks
6PM – ?
SoBo Market
13 E Randall St, Baltimore
Red Shedman Farm Brewery is back for another installment of Beer & Bar snacks. They’re bringing new brews to try and pair with snacks made fresh from SoBo Market. Red Shedman Farm Brewery is located in Mt. Airy, Maryland on the grounds of Linganore Winery. They cultivate several varieties of hops including Cascade, Columbus, Chinook, Nugget and Crystal. Beer is brewed on premise using fresh, organic ingredients. We’ve had previous favorite, Farmer’s Daughter Blonde, on tap for a while now. Taste & vote for your favorite to replace it on tap at SoBo Market.

Druid Hill Farmers Market
3:30PM – 7:30PM
Lawn of the Rawlings Conservatory  in Historic Druid Hill Park
3100 Swann Dr, Baltimore
Every Wednesday, June 3-Sept. 30
The 6th annual Druid Hill Farmers Market is a great time for the entire family with offerings from local farmers, prepared foods, arts and crafts, music, workshops and more! There are activities for children and programs at the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, which has extended hours each market day. And, yes, our famous (or infamous) water sprinklers are back to cool down kids, animals and any adult who might get pushed under.
The Druid Hill Market accepts cash, credit, debit, WIC and Independence Cards/Food Stamps. We are also proud to announce participation in Maryland Market Money incentives, allowing customers shopping with their WIC Fruit and Vegetable checks and/or EBT/Independence Cards to increase their benefit dollars. The Druid Hill Farmers Market is managed by the Friends of Druid Hill Park, supported by a partnership with the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, and made possible by Baltimore Recnparks.

Thursday, June 16

Charm City Roller Girls Sk8 Date
7PM – 9PM
Skateland North Point
1111 North Point Rd, Dundalk
Are you interested in becoming a part of Charm City Roller Girls? Not sure where to start? Come out to CCRG’s Sk8 Date! This is a monthly event happening every third Thursday of the month. Have an opportunity to meet some of CCRG’s skaters, hang out, and ask questions. Skateland Northpoint has skates for rental and we have derby gear you can try out!

Doors open at 7PM, Show starts at 8PM
Rams Head Live
20 Market Pl, Baltimore
Pete Davidson of Saturday Night Live
This is a fully seated event. All seats are available on a first come first serve basis.
Buy tickets here

Sunset Wine Pairing Dinner
7:30PM – 11PM
The 13th Floor
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
The warm weather and daylight savings time are officially in effect. What better way to celebrate than with our Sunset Wine Pairing Dinner! Enjoy a stunning sunset at the 13th Floor with our spectacular views, delectable food, and specially selected wines. Enjoy an introductory cocktail hour with hors d’oeuvres, followed by a three course gourmet dinner from our Belvedere & Co. culinary team, and insights into the expertly paired wines by Troy McQuaige.
Buy tickets here

Frequent Floater Happy Hour June
4PM – 8PM
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Games and Prizes
Discounts on Food and Drinks
FREE drink for current Frequent Floaters
Discounts on your next Frequent Floater Pass
All events are free and open to the public.


Renaissance Global Day of Discovery – Farm To Fork Event
6PM – 9PM
Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel
202 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Farm to Fork. Showcasing local vendors in an open market setting to include: Local Brewery/Winery, Charcuterie, Cheeses, Butcher, Oysters, Bakery. Music provided by Doctah Hampster. Art by Marylander Creations, custom carved and painted wooden Maryland flags.

Friday, June 17

Meet and Play: Friday on the farm
1PM – 4PM
Charm City Farms
1310 Hillman St, Baltimore
Bring your homeschool and/or unschool kid out to the farm to check out the chickens, rabbits and guinea pigs. There is plenty of work to do if you or they want to get your hands dirty. Each kid needs to have a chaperon, no drop off. You can arrange different childcare between parents as you see fit. This could be an opportunity for us to discuss this being a regular thing. To RSVP or for questions email

Rockabilly/ Glenmont Popes/ Car Show
5PM – 10PM
The Hollywood Diner Food Truck Park
400 E Saratoga St, Baltimore
Come visit the Food Trucks you love at the FREE Outdoor event! All You Care to Drink tickets are on hand at the door, but they are more expensive Day OF! Crafty Vendors, Kids Zone, All You Care to Drink
Rodney Henry and the Glenmont Popes 8:30 – 10PM
The Highballers 7:15-8pm
Los Swamp Monsters 6-645pm
This Gathering has some extra coolness happening with a VINTAGE Car Show!!! So hop along Daddy-O to the hippest event–that is the hippest after the Taste of Three Cities!

Kombucha and Jun: Fermenting Your Own Healthy Sodas
6PM – 9PM
Charm City Farms
1310 Hillman St, Baltimore
Kombucha and Jun are both cultures of bacteria and yeast that convert sugared tea into delicious, fizzy, probiotic-rich sodas! We will be learning about the basics of fermenting with both in this class, but focusing on Jun. While kombucha generally feeds off of black tea and cane sugar, Jun likes green tea and honey. Therefore, it can make use of the benefits of local, raw honey. It also has a unique taste, often being a little more delicate and more fizzy than most kombucha.
In this intensive workshop, we will go through the process of making Jun, from brewing the tea to flavoring the finished product. Participants will be able to mix various wild fruits and herbs to create their own unique flavor in a bottle of already-fermented tea, which can be taken home to be carbonated. Jun mothers will also be provided for everyone to start their own production at home! cost $40 Buy tickets here

Summer Solstice concert
6PM – 8PM
Rawlings Conservatory outdoor garden
Druid Hill Park, Baltimore
Gregory Thompkins and friends are back this year!  Food and drinks will be available for sale, so bring a little cash, and a blanket or chairs. The Conservatory will remain open until 7 p.m. Sponsored by the Friends of the Rawlings Conservatory.


City Sidecar Special Launch Party
7PM – 1AM
Boiler Room Baltimore
27 E Cross St, Baltimore
Join us for a celebration of Baltimore drinking staples here at Boiler Room in Federal Hill. Starting on Friday, June 17th we will have 12 oz. Boh cans and a shot of Pikesville Rye for $5 all the time! Awesome giveaways starting at 7 PM and a pinball tourney with highest score winning a limited Boh Bobblehead Gnome.

Twilight Swim at Patterson Park Pool
8PM – 11PM
Patterson Park Public Pool
148 S Linwood Ave, Baltimore
IT’S BACK!!! Start summer 2016 right with the first TWILIGHT SWIM of the season! Swim under the stars at the first adults-only evening of 2016 at the Patterson Park Pool!
21+ only from 8 p.m. til 11 p.m.
$5 to enter (+$2/cooler). Bring your own food and bevvies – NO GLASS, though!
A DJ will be there spinning tunes and taking requests, so bring your friends and neighbors out for a FUN adults-only community evening!

4 Hours of Funk :: 7 Year Anniversary!!! :: w/ Graham Hatke and DJ Fleg
10PM – 2AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
7 Years of Funk!!! Thank you all for your continued support, we really couldn’t have done it without you!!! This is our regular Friday night party and you know that its gonna go down! Then the day after we get busy at the block party 🙂 4 Hours of Funk Appreciation day, free before 10:30, 5 Bux After!

Big Lebowski Theme Party!
10PM – 2AM
The Point in Fells
1738 Thames St., Baltimore
The Point in Fells is hosting a Big Lebowski Theme Party! We will have drink specials (plenty of white russians obvisously), bowling alleys upstairs, bowling pin beer pong and a scavenger hunt to find the cut off toe! Come join us to win prizes, bowl and party in honor of The Dude!  Prizes include Bowling for 2 @ Mustang Alley and Big Lebowski memorabilia.

Summer Social Featuring Thunderball
5PM – 8PM
Waterfront Partnership
650 S Exeter St, Ste 200, Baltimore
Bring a blanket and enjoy a fun, family-friendly evening at West Shore Park, featuring live music by Thunderball, Pizza di Joey and Dunkin Donuts food trucks, beer, wine and mixed drinks, Not Your Fathers Floats and ice cream courtesy of The Charmery and the Walter Sondheim Interactive Fountain. Summer Socials are always free to attend.

Saturday, June 18

Flavor Run Baltimore
Patterson Park
27 South Patterson Park Ave, Baltimore
The Flavor Run Baltimore is a super fun 5k run/walk with a post run flavor party, great music, fresh fruit at the finish line, awesome finisher medal, and FRUIT FLAVORED POWDER!  The MOST DELICIOUS run that Charm City will ever experience! Instead of traditional color stations, we have “Flavor Stations” where runners/walkers are covered in fruit flavored color powders! Yes. FRUIT FLAVORED POWDER; strawberry, blueberry, watermelon, banana, grape, and orange! The Flavor Run is meant for all levels and ages of runners – You can Run/Walk or Stroll! Children 6 years old and under participate for free and discounted youth tickets are available.

2nd Annual Baltimore Wine Fest
12PM – 7PM
Canton Waterfront Park
3001 Boston St, Baltimore
Join B Scene Events & Promotions at the Canton Waterfront Park for the 2nd Annual Baltimore Wine Fest on Sunday, June 18, 2016. Experience 140+ wines from around the world, gourmet eats provided by local eateries, live music by Michele McTierney Band, GypsySoulRevival, Skribe, and Pressing Strings, chef cooking demonstrations, wine seminars, craft beer & spirits, unique shopping, and a family zone. There are many ticket packages available. Kids 16 and under are FREE. To view packages and purchase tickets, please


Union Craft Brewing’s Heavy Metal Parking Lot – The Party! 30th Anniversary Celebration
7PM – 11PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave, Ste D, Baltimore
On May 31, 1986, filmmakers Jeff Krulik & John Heyn made a 17 minute film that explored the tailgating scene festivities prior to a Judas Priest concert at the Capital Centre in Landover, MD. Considered one of the greatest rock documentaries of all time, after 30 years, countless bootleg VHS dubs, and now Youtube views, later – this film has certainly attained cult status and captured a music scene at the height of its popularity. To celebrate, UNION Craft Brewing announces the release of a new brew to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the film…a brewery-only release…Heavy Metal Parking Lot The Beer!!! Packaged both in kegs and limited 16oz tall-boy cans featuring artwork by Baltimore illustrator, Alex Fine, depicting several of the film’s most memorable characters. AND…to celebrate both the beer & the film, we’re proud to present, Heavy Metal Parking Lot – The Party! Located of course, in Union Craft Brewing’s PARKING LOT!!!
-Limited edition Heavy Metal Parking Lot The Beer will be on sale…Draft Only! Limited edition 16oz cans will be on sale from 12-5pm during normal tap room hours. Tap Room will close at 5pm and re-open at 7. YOU WILL NEED A TICKET TO ENTER THIS EVENT!
-A special outdoor screening of Heavy Metal Parking Lot w/ introduction by filmmaker John Heyn – feel free to bring a chair or blanket!
-Party w/ alumni from the film! Graham (“of Dope”) & others will be in attendance
-Live music from Iron Priest! All covers from Judas Priest, Iron Maiden & more hard rock & metal favs!!! And, the Ottobar’s ‘Metal Monday’ DJ’s will be spinning 80’s hard rock & hair metal hits before, between, & after the band’s sets.
-Pop-up food vendors Pork Lord Tacos & Headbangin’ Hot Dogs!


The 70’s are coming back for just one night & everyone’s invited!
8PM – 11:30PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Grab your love beads, your old forty-fives. Dust off your bell bottoms, for a party that jives! No Cover at the door. Come dressed to impress!  DJ Ray Spinning ol’ school classics. 13 Amazing food & drink artisans ready to make you smile.

Yoga with Cats!
3:30PM – 6PM
M.Power Yoga Studio
3600 Odonnell St, Ste 100, Baltimore
Like yoga? Love cats? We’ve got the perfect event for you…yoga WITH cats! Not only are all of the cats at the class available for adoption through Animal Allies Rescue Foundation (AARF), but 100% of the proceeds will also go to this foundation.
There will be two classes – 3:30 with Courtney Ann McKeon and 5:00 with Jermain Keene.

Baby’s On Fire – Grand Opening Celebration w/ Dave Heumann
8AM – 9PM
Baby’s On Fire
1010 Morton Street, Baltimore
Baby’s On Fire will be celebrating the opening of their new record store café in historic Mount Vernon. There will be various DJs spinning records through the afternoon including The Noiseboy (Little Records Radio), Paul Krolian (of Expert Alterations), and DJ Kommittee. At 7pm there will be a live performance by Brooklyn’s Hans Chew and closing out the night will be a solo performane by DAVE HEUMANN of Arbouretum. Baby’s On Fire is a BYOB.

Baltimore’s World Refugee Day- FREE!
2PM – 6PM
Street Festival: 400 S Conkling Street, between Eastern Avenue & Bank Street
Baltimore’s World Refugee Day is an annual international family showcase, celebrating Baltimore as a home to talented refugees and immigrants. Free outdoor street festival! Live music, dance performances, food, art, crafts, henna, and more for the whole family! Rain or shine! On Saturday, June 18th, we commemorate the courage of our local refugees and immigrants and honor the circumstances which have caused so many to flee their homes. This outdoor festival celebrates those refugees who have settled in Baltimore and add to its cultural landscape. 2016 festival is produced by Creative Alliance, BCCC Refugee Youth Project, World Relief Services, International Rescue Commitee, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, Soccer Without Borders, and the Mayor’s Office of Immigrants and Multicultural Affairs. Thanks to Barcoding, Inc. and Baltimore Community Foundation for your sponsorship!


Sunday, June 19

Global Bubble Parade Baltimore
Bubble Parade
3601 Falls Rd, Baltimore
The 100 Happy Days project is putting together a global flash mob, a Bubble Parade!
Come meet at the 7-11 in Hampden, on West 36th Street. We will be walking up and down The Avenue (36th Street) from Falls Road where the 7-11 is to Beech Avenue and back to the 7-11. We’re meeting at 1 and will be heading out soon after.
The theme is colors and bubbles. Dress as bright, loud, and sparkly as you can, and bring bubbles! Bubble guns are strongly encouraged if you have them because of how easy they are to use on the move, but I will also bring bottles, trays, and wands for you to use. We’ll also have mobile refill stations and music to keep us pumped up!
Other things that are encouraged to bring include dogs, hula hoops, ribbon wands, and other fun things you can easily do while walking. Wear silly mouse ears, a clown costume, whatever you want! This is a safe space to be weird and bust out those neon fishnets, headband boppers, and tutus you’re not sure where to wear.
The pace will be slow, it’s just for fun! Let’s spread happiness to the people around us. All ages are welcome. Please share this event and invite your friends.

Double D Sundday Fundday
3PM – 10PM
Bad Decisions
1928 Fleet St, Baltimore
Why, why on earth did I buy so much rum?!
Is it because 47 times a week some jerk who thinks he is a pirate yells “why is all the rum gone?” Maybe, I’m not sure.
Either way, we will be serving Daqs on Daqs on Daqs. The final menu is still in the development stages but will be posted soon.

Sunday Munch: Peck & Penn w/Skribe
11AM – 2PM
The Hollywood Diner Food Truck Park
400 E Saratoga St, Baltimore
We have an extra special Father’s Day Sunday Munch lined up at the Hollywood Diner Food Truck Park! San Francisco’s Elliott Peck of Midnight North and Phil Lesh & Friends fame will be on hand performing in her countercoastal duo with Quimby Mountain Band’s Jesse Bardwell. Baltimore’s garage folk legend Skribe will be on hand to kick things off!
Let’s celebrate Baltimore’s favorite farmers market with a family friendly event, music & FoodTrucks. Bring the whole family! Bring a blanket, a chair, and a smile. Be prepared for some of the best hand crafted bloody mary’s, an array of mimosas featuring fresh juices along with other tasty treats. Food trucks will be available for lunch. Art vendors will be available for purusing. Friends will be available to boogie with.

Family Movie Night
6PM – ?
M&T Bank Stadium
1101 Russell St, Baltimore
Celebrate Father’s Day With The Ravens And Minions!
Grab a blanket and bring your family for a special night on the field at M&T Bank Stadium. Sit on the field where your favorite players play, and watch Minions on the HD RavensVision boards. The fun starts on Sunday, June 19th at 6:00 pm.
Buy tickets here


– Lindsey

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