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Photographer Davis Orbock will be exhibiting his large scale panoramic photographs from his favorite locations all over the world such as DC, Baltimore and Paris.
For less than $1, visit downtown museums and attractions! This special holiday includes Babe Ruth Museum, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Christmas Village in Baltimore, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, Historic Ships in Baltimore, The Jewish Museum of Maryland, Lexington Market, Maryland Science Center, National Aquarium Baltimore, Port Discovery, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Sports Legends Museum, and Top of The World Observation Level!
Part one of a three part Egyptomania film Al Momia will be shown and discussed.
The best of Waverly's main street merchants and vendors will give you all you need to entertain your guests for your holiday gatherings. The Christmas Bazaar at St. John's Church will be going on as well, making it the perfect time to pick some hand-made crafts and baked goods to bring home. Come get your holiday food and gifts at the Super Holiday Saturdays in Waverly.
Museum admission can get you access to vendors holding a craft show at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. You might just find the perfect gift for the man in your life.
Your inner-historian can discover what Christmas was like in Colonial times by visiting the Mount Clare house in all its Yuletide grandeur. The Monumental City Ancient Fife and Drum Corps will play holiday music from Christmas' past and there will also be a food demonstration on the Maryland Beaten biscuit.
Features Highlandtown artists selling their work.
Find the perfect Christmas tree at Charles Street Cheer and at a good price: $25 for trees, $10 for stands. Holiday music and window decorations set the scene at 300 N. Charles Street for other events going on including photo ops with Santa and children’s craft activities. You can also help decorate trees that will be donated to local families while enjoying free hot cocoa and festive treats provided throughout the event.
Create ornaments and cards to celebrate Christmas and Kwanzaa and view the film A Ripple in Time by local youth filmmakers.
Street fair that includes a parade, a meet and greet with Santa, a train garden, and a gift pop-up shop.
Program includes traditional and multicultural carols, as wel as gospel songs.
What better way to spend a wintry morning than with the Grinch himself? Who knows, maybe you'll make his heart grow three sizes too big.
Create special holiday gifts as well as a screening of The Grinch!
Join the Baltimore Visitor Center to learn about Baltimore, Baltimore's history, and national holidays over some arts and crafts.
Come for an all day cratfs fair of artisan goods from 10-5 pm as well as a happy hour from 5-8 pm with live music by Orchester Prazevica!
Way Off Broadway's Children's Theatre presents their performance of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, complete with their own special twist in which it's a "miserly" Miss Ebenezer who experiences the ghosts of Christmas.
Come hear over 200 musicians - tuba and euphonium players - perform holiday music.
Mr. Claus, an original Christmas musical, opened November 22nd and will feature Christmas music from both today and the days of yore.
Power Plant's 3rd Annual Holiday Light Show Spectacular will feature a show of lasers, lights, and video mapping projections choreographed to music. Shows will be at 6 p.m., 7 p.m., and 8 p.m. all nights with 9 p.m. shows on Fridays and Saturdays and a two extra performance, 10 p.m. and 11 p.m., on New Year's Eve.
Walt Michael & Co. comes back round for a classical musical concert unique in its own way. 50 years ago people in the Appalachian mountains would come together and celebrate holiday parties, breaking up Christmas throughout the months of December and January with music representing the different cultures that came to that part of the country with influences from the UK, and Africa.
This all day event will check almost everything off your Christmas to-do list. There's shopping during the day from local artists and boutiques and at night, drinks and dinner at the restaurants in the Belvedere Square area. Local authors Michael Olesker, Bryan McKay, and Ted Patterson will also be available to sign their work.
Bearings Bike Project and Baltimore Free Farm are sponsoring this craft fair which will also feature a happy hour.
The Nelson Academy of Dance, Irish Dancing Troup, "Irish Mystique" will dance to Celtic Christmas music, produced by Daniel Nelson, a Champion Irish dancer. The five-person band, KELTFISH, will also play music that is Celtic inspired.
Come watch A Charlie Brown Christmas and listen to the beautiful jazz sounds of the Eric Byrd Trio while you watch.
The Bolton Hill Garden Club will host it's Annual Holiday Greens Sale on Saturday, December 7th. An array of wreaths and holiday crafts will be available, along with cedar laurel and pine roping. A showcase of available greens for the holiday season will be on display.
From the Adventures of Mirabelle books, Mr. Muller and Mirabelle the Dog themselves drop by for a reading. The Adventures of Mirabelle is about a happy-go-lucky little dog ready for adventure with her pal, the always inquisitive Mr. Muller.
This year at the annual Kwanzaa Celebration the actual founder of the celebration Dr. Maulana Karenga will be attending. Come join him any many others in this unique oppertunity to celebrate the holidays like never before.
Come walk the lighted streets and witness the lighted boat parade as well as many events for children and young adults.
For the 28th year in a row, union Square organizes the Cookie Tour. What is it? Unfortunaly, it does not involve cookie, as we were hoping. But it does involve seasonal decoration and visits of the tradition Victorian-style 19th century houses of the neighborhood!
The first night of the four-day HFSmas Nutcracker features performances by Panic at the Disco, Hellogoodbye, and the Colorist.
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