Geppi's Entertainment Museum is having their annual zombie pub crawl and scavenger hunt this Saturday (March 28th) from 10AM-6PM. Drag your corpses through 6 pubs downtown (route here) or just come by to check out the costumes. Contests for costumes will be at noon. Here's the event website for more details.
The Baltimore Musuem of Art is having their annual print fair this weekend (March 28th and 29th). 21 vendors will showcase hundreds of artists works. Enjoy free lectures and other print events throughout the weekend as well. Tickets are $10 per day ($15 for a 2 day pass), but BMA members and students and teachers with a student ID get in free! Here's the official website for more information. The museum itself is (as always) free to enter when you're all done at the print fair.
Something truly great for bar and restaurant workers is happening next week. From Sunday, March 22nd until Tuesday, March 31st, Baltimore Cocktail Week will help you push your hospitality business to the next level. Learn about Whiskeys, money management, the nuainses of hospitality, and much more. Here's the official website for more details.
Whole Foods in Harbor East will have a variety of foods to sample on Tuesday, March 10th from 5-7PM. In addition, they'll be doing a raffle which benefits the Whole Planet Foundation. For $5, you get a tasting and 2 raffle tickets, and for $10 you get a tasting and 5 raffle tickets. You could win a gift certificate places like James Joyce, Oceanaire, and Bagby group restaurants (among others).
Lexington Market is staying open late tonight to showcase some amazing food. Come take advantage of free parking (in the lot adjacent to the East Market), tons of meals $10 and under by restaurants all over the city (Clementine, Alewife, Faidleys, Doobys, and so many more!), have a drink (beers by Brewers Art), catch some live music, and vote for your favorite dishes. The event lasts from 5-9PM and is completely free to enter. Baltimore Magazine has a good write up on it for more info.
The Maryland Science Center wants to help you get a jump start on your spring gardening with a rain barrel workshop on Saturday, March 21st. For $80, up to 4 people will get admission to the Science Center, get all the supplies to build (and keep) a rain barrel, and will get instruction about how to build it. Besides helping to reduce runoff into the bay, rain barrels can help keep your plants watered without increasing your water bill. Here's the official workshop link to buy tickets.
The (nice and toasty warm) convention center is filled with more than 650 artists showing off their wares. The show runs today through Sunday and has a huge assortment of things to see (including some really cool hand-made and 3D printed objects). Tickets are $14, or $36 for the 3 day pass. Here's the official website for more details. Below are some pictures from last year to give you a tiny taste of what the show has to offer.
If you plan on going to Brew At the Zoo on May 23rd-24th, then now is the time to get your tickets. Pre-sale has just started and runs until March 2nd (and it's your chance to get tickets for the cheapest possible price). Use your zoo membership number in the coupon code spot to save $10 on top of the discount. Once you get your tickets, you can sit back and dream about warm weather zoo fun. For the event, you'll get a sampling glass, unlimited beer and wine samples, admission to the zoo, and get to hear some great bands. Here's the official website link.
This weekend at Max's in Fells Point, you'll find hundreds (140+ on tap, 200+ in bottle) of Belgian beers to try out. There's no entrance fee, though make sure everyone attending is 21 (their policy is no one under 21 inside the door). On Friday at 10AM, Burley Oak will be stopping by as well. There are a few details on the official Facebook page, and hotel deals on the official website. Have fun, but drink responsibly (those Belgians are STRONG).
Since 2011, the Baltimore Bohemians have been playing outdoor soccer hard and representing the city with pride. Now they'll move to play all home games at Bovegna Field in Canton (on Boston Street)! The Season Schedule has been announced, and more details will be coming over the next months. For now, plan on catching their first home game, Saturday, May 23rd. Let's go Bohs!
City Paper's Cosmic Cocktail Party at the American Visionary Art Museum on Thursday, March 5th has almost sold out. This event will showcase over 30 restaurants with food and drink tastings (and open bar). If you want to get in on the party, here's the link to buy tickets ($55 each and you must be 21 to attend): http://www.missiontix.com/events/product/29178/city-papers-annual-cosmic-cocktail-party