Summer is here, and we've compiled all the awesome things for kids to do Downtown over their break. Check out events at attractions and in Downtown parks, as well as cool summer camps (stage fighting, anyone?), outdoor film festivals, and more.
On Saturday, June 24th, grab a blanket or lawn chairs and head to Center Plaza for a screening of 2016's (extremely funny) Ghostbusters. The show begins at sundown and is free.
People who live in Baltimore are, scientifically, better than people who choose to live in other cities. The Hey Baltimore podcast exists to give you insight into all the awesome people doing awesome things in our city, like Kirk Mitchell- a Director here at DPOB who discusses his work with homeless individuals Downtown.
Mark your calendars: Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week returns July 28- August 6. Enjoy two-course lunch and brunch menus for under $20, and three-course dinner menus for under $35 at participating restaurants. Menus and restaurants are being added daily.
Join us in Center Plaza for free fitness classes including weekly yoga on Thursdays at noon and Saturdays at 10am; TransFORM Body boot camp Mondays at 6pm, and family-friendly Stroller Strides on the second Sunday of the month at 9am.
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BaltimoreLink is coming on June 18th! All bus routes in the Baltimore region are changing.
The Charm City Fringe Fest is moving to Bromo Arts District this fall. The move to the Bromo makes it easier to walk from venue to venue, making it possible to experience as much theater as humanly possible over the 11 day festival.
Beginning in early May, Aliceanna Street will be open to westbound traffic only between Central Avenue and Eden Street as part of the Central Avenue Streetscape and Bridge project.
Baltimore is a city of neighborhoods. From the laid back vibe in Locust Point, to the bustle of Harbor East, to the old-world charm of Mount Vernon and everywhere in between, there is someplace for everyone in Baltimore.