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Welcome to our special events section
Family of Flag Makers: The Women Who Created The Star-Spangled Banner
Star Spangled Banner Flag House Museum - Green Route - Stop 109Thursday, January 01 - Thursday, December 31
Target $2 Family Fun Night
Thursday, January 01 - Friday, March 20Join the 3rd Friday of the month for Target $2 family fun night. general admission is just $2 per person from 4:00 to 8:00 PM. Tickets must be purchased at the door. Tickets cannot be purchased in advanced or combined with any other discounts or coupons.
Local Farmers' Markets
Thursday, January 01 - Thursday, December 31LOCAL MARKETS Cross Street Market - Cross Street between Light Street and Charles Street Lexington Market - 400 W. Lexington Street Broadway Market Monday – Saturday • 7:00PM – 6:00PM - 1640-41 Aliceanna Street For more information and a listing of Baltimore City farmers’ Markets please visit www.mda.state.md.us
Fridays After Five at The National Aquarium
The National Aquarium - Orange Route - Stop 223Thursday, January 01 - Friday, March 27Every Friday evening, those entering the National Aquarium between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. (exploring until 9:30 p.m.) will enjoy a low admission price of $12. Fridays After Five is a great way for visitors to discover the wonders of the Aquarium's collection of more than 17,000 magnificent animals and explore exhibits including the award-winning Blacktip Reef exhibit at a greatly reduced price.
Wednesday, February 11 - Thursday, December 31It takes and amazing combination of intricate elements to make turning on the lights switch as commonplace as tying your shoes. You'll be shocked at how power weaves its way into everything we do in out everyday lives.
From Pen to Press: Experimentation and Innovation In The Age of Print
The Walters Art Museum - Purple Route - Stop 307Wednesday, February 11 - Sunday, April 12This focus exhibition will explore that moment of tension, beginning with Gutenberg's Bible in 1455, when printing was a new, experimental medium. The result was a fascinating interplay of formats that led to hybrid works, failed experiments, and entirely new forms of books. This story is especially pertinent now, as we are experiencing our own technological revolution, moving from printed book to digital publishing. The exhibition is also an opportunity to show the digital surrogates that the Walters is producing through its NEH-funded digitization project.
Mount Royal Avenue & North Charles Street - Purple RouteFriday, July 17 - Sunday, July 19America's largest free arts festival features continuous musical performances by local, regional and national talent on multiple outdoor stages, indoor and outdoor visual arts exhibitions, film, theater, opera, dance, street theater and special activities geared towards children.