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Downtown Sunday Farmer’s Market Opens for the Season

The Baltimore Farmer’s Market and Bazaar, held under the JFX on Sunday Mornings, has opened for the season. Enjoy live music and cooking demonstrations while shopping at Maryland’s largest producers-only farmers market. Every Sunday 7am-sell out (usually noon) Under the Jones […]

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Learn About Pollinator Gardens

Pollinators like bees, butterflies, certain types of birds are essential to ensuring plant life flourishes. Join the Parks and People Foundation for a workshop on how your garden

Understanding the Racial and Class Dynamics of Bike Lanes

In "Bike Lanes Are White Lanes" author Melody Hoffman looks at the complicated relationship between race and cycling and how this has effected pro-bicycle advocacy. The author will be

Time for Spring Cleaning in Your Community!

Spring cleaning is most often associated with cleaning up junk drawers and dirty attics. But for communities across Baltimore, it's also an opportunity for neighbors to join together

Strong City to Hold Training for Community Leaders

Strong City Baltimore will be holding their 10th Annual Neighborhood Institute this April. At this event, neighborhood leaders and community development professionals can get training and attend workshops

Attend Live Near Your Work Tour in Greenmount West

The Greenmount West Community has been going through an inspiring revitalization (though at the same time we do acknowledge there have been some gentrification concerns). Join Jubilee Baltimore,

Attend Open Houses on the Greenway Trails Network

The Baltimore Greenway Trails Network aims to create 35 mile bike trail network connecting more than 50 neighborhoods throughout the city. Most of the network consists of already existing

Learn to ID Trees in the Winter

Identifying trees types is no easy task, its even harder in the winter when the leaves fall off. Join Blue Water Baltimore for a hike in Herring Run

5th Annual Maryland Traditions Folklife Festival

Tours of painted window screens, drum calls, and a traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony are just a sampling of what you'll find at the 5th Annual Maryland Traditions Folklife

Federal Hill Jazz and Blues Festival

The 2015 Federal Hill Jazz and Blues Festival will feature two stages of live music, a kids zone, and more than 60 food and arts vendors.  This is