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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 Festival.  Hosted by the Creative Alliance, this free, all ages event aims […]

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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

Grants to Beautify Your Community

The Parks and People Foundation is offering grants to communities looking to increase the physical attractiveness of their neighborhoods and help our environment.  Neighborhood Greening Grants are for

Free Art Festival at Druid Hill Park

From 1953 to 1968, Druid Hill Park was the site of an annual art festival which provided a unique opportunity for artists to show their work to the

College Prep Seminar for Students Entering High School

The CollegeBound Foundation works to prepare and encourage students attending Baltimore City public schools to seek a college education.  Their 1st Annual Success Seminar for 8th Graders is

Free Legal Clinic

Dealing with legal issues can be hard.  It's even harder when you don't have the money to hire an attorney.  Maryland Legal Aid will be offering free legal

Get a Free Tree

There are many benefits attributed to trees.  According to the Arbor Day Foundation, trees clean the air, improve property values, and can even reduce your energy bills.  During

Money Smart Week

The Maryland CASH Campaign will be holding financial education workshops all over the state for Money Smart Week, which will be from April 18th to April 27th.  A

Attend Talk About Women’s Activism in 1970s North Baltimore

The neighborhoods of Abell, Waverly, and Charles Village have long been known as centers of activism.  As part of the Baltimore City Historical Society's Baltimore History Evenings series,

Celebrate Billie Holiday

Legendary jazz vocalist Billie Holiday spent much of her childhood in Baltimore.  In celebration of what would have been her 100th birthday, numerous events are being held throughout