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A night of burlesque benefitting Moveable Feast's Ride for the Feast.
Come hear an exclusive primier of Misery Index's new album "The Killing Gods."
Robert E. Lee Park will host an egg hunt for both young and older children. Bring a flashlight.
Families can spend a day playing board games like Mah Jongg and others at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. Staff will be available to instruct participants who are unfamiliar with Mah Jongg and provide special instructions for younger children.
Come out for a DJ battle, cornhole tournament, flip cup tournament, beer pong tournament, and a wing eating contest.
Author Fleet Maull talks about how to thwart self-blame in order to awaken anew in self-enpowerment, the same topic of his forthcoming book.
The 2nd Annual Crossroads Village Spring Festival is in town with more than 70 vendors, performances by A Step Ahead Dance Studio, and plenty of kid-friendly activities, such as face painting, balloon art, and a moon bounce. Proceeds will benefit The Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce.
This fashion truck show, gathering vendors from MD, DC, NJ, and NY, takes place outdoors in a vaccant lot (1220 Key Highway) in Federal Hill.
Shopping, entertainment, and cocktails are combined with a live fashion show making it quite a happening fashion event.
This event brings together Baltimore residents and writers to honor mothers.
Food, drinks, and of course cabaret perfromances along with a silent auction are all abundent at this annual fundraiser that supports Pumpkin Theater.
This gala helps benefit the Garbirel Network an orginization helping to support pregnant women.
Celebrating skateboard culture.
Dress up as a human or a zombie (which gets you an undead makeover) in this 3 mile race/obstacle course.
The UFC comes to Baltimore for the first time ever.
Rafael Alvarez, a writer of the hit series The Wire, will speak along with many other authors and professionals on the conference theme of "Feed Your Writing Habit."
Combining both the history of Baltimore's print and the city's establishd Burlesque traditions, attendees are invited soak in the history and then create their own Burlesque posters.
The Chesapeake Gateway Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the 2nd Annual Crossroads Village Spring Festival featuring over 70 vendors, arts and crafts activities, food and drink, and the bands Voodooyahoos and Gary and the Groove. Children welcome.
This walk-a-thon through Druid Hill Park benefits Baltimore's homeless pets.
Sponsored by Patapsco Valley State Park and Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park., come out and bring your families to a day of various fun activities from live animals to a disc golf display for visitors.
The monthly trivia night hosted by the Windup Space where the most convincing answer is the right one.
Burlesque/cabaret themed life drawing session with prizes.
Find the love of your life, or at least eat some pizza.
Eat breakfast alongside some of your favorite animals, including penguins, giraffes, and elephants. Same-day entry to the zoo is included with ticket price.
The Lawdew Garden's lush and colorful festival features rare plants, antiques, and garden ornaments.
Help suppport the local ecosystem by buying and planting native Maryland plants in your home.
Towsontown's 47th annual Spring Festival has thrilling carnival rides, live local bands, beautiful antique cars, and a farmer's garden where visitors can purchase fresh, locally grown produce.
Come enjoy fried fish, french fries, homemade coleslaw, rolls, cake and a beverage included with ticket fee. For advance ticket sales call Geraldine at 443-799-1566.
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