WHAT LIES AHEAD …

Many March events have been canceled or rescheduled as a result of the coronavirus emergency.  Please check these dates as they become nearer.

 

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES

Check Councilman Costello’s website for updates on information about coronavirus from city, state, and federal governments.


OPEN HOUSE AT MT. ROYAL ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL

Prospective students from Kindergarten to eighth grade and their parents are welcome at the Mt. Royal Elementary and Middle School Open House on Wednesday, April 22, at 9 a.m.  This well-regarded public school is located at 121 McMechen Street.


LEARN ABOUT THE LUMBEE TRIBE

Several interesting lookbacks at earlier times in the city are scheduled over the coming months at the Village Learning Place, 2521 St. Paul Street, hosted by the Baltimore City Historical Society.  All are from 7 to 9 p.m., with free admission.  On Thursday, April 16, Ashley Minner, a folklore professor at UMBC and a member of the Lumbee Tribe, will speak on Revisiting the Reservation of Baltimore’s Fell’s Point.   A March 19 event discussing Raising Successful Black Children in Jim Crow Baltimore was postponed and will be reschedule.


DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKET REOPENS APRIL 5

As one of Maryland’s largest producer-only market, the Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar offers an assortment of fruits and vegetables, dairy, meats and seafood, breads, plants, craft beverages and delicious made-to-order items, in addition to handmade clothing & accessories, natural bath & body products, home furnishings, souvenirs and original works of art.  The 2020 market season opens Sunday, April 5, and will operate from 7 a.m. to noon each Sunday, rain-or-shine under the freeway until Christmas.  Patrons can park for free in the Mercy Hospital Bunting Garage at 330 Guilford Avenue.


HOLD THE DATE FOR BOLTONSTOCK

Put it on your calendar now: June 6 from 5 to 10 p.m. at Sumpter Park.  Now think of ways you can volunteer to make this year’s Boltonstock even more successful than last year.  Think great music and food and kid’s activities.  We need a generator and a Weber grill or two. Contact boltonstock@boltonhillmd.org to volunteer or for more information.


A HALF CENTURY CELEBRATION AT BOLTON HILL NURSERY

Bolton Hill Nursery is celebrating 50 years of nurturing children with a Golden Gala offering cocktails, dinner and dancing on April 18 from 7 p.m.   at Space 2640, 2640 St. Paul Street in Charles Village.  Tickets start at $60.  More information at the Bolton Hill Nursey Facebook page or contact kapplefeld@boltonhillnursery.org.

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