Events in Baltimore this weekend: Sept. 22-25

By The News-Letter | September 22, 2016

Thursday

Near Northeast, Wes Swing, Nonstop Begonias,

Four Hour Day Lutherie, 7 p.m.

Go see Baltimore band The Nonstop Begonias, Wes Swing of Charlottesville, Va. and Near Northeast of Washington D.C. at the Four Hour Day Lutherie, located near Lake Montebello. $8 suggested donation.

Friday

Classical Revolution Baltimore: Season Opener,

Liam Flynn’s Ale House, 9 p.m.

Come enjoy or participate in a Chamber Music jam at Liam Flynn’s Ale House to celebrate the opening of the Classical Revolution Baltimore’s season of public arts and music events! Free.

Baltimore Book Festival, Baltimore 

Inner Harbor, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. 

Every day this weekend starting Friday at 11 a.m., the Baltimore Book Festival will be bringing joy to the Inner Harbor. There will be various readings, free food, beverages and activities ranging from sword fighting demonstrations to drum circles. Free.

Saturday

End-of-Summer Flea Market, 

The Windup Space, 12 p.m. - 5 p.m. 

Deals and drinks will be flowing at the Windup Space this Saturday afternoon. Come find vintage clothing, vinyl and everything else hipster and for prices that won’t make you cry or peddle any wares you may have. Free to buy, $10-20 to register as a seller.

Pics in the Park,

Center Plaza, 8 p.m.

Star Wars Episode VII will be playing at Center Plaza on Fayette Street this Saturday! There is enough space to seat hundreds, and the movie will start as soon as the sun goes down. Free.

Sunday

Indigo Dye Party with FORCE,

Motor House, 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Come dye any fabric you choose to bring using provided indigo and shibori tools with the help of members of Wax & Wane Fiber studio. This event is in partnership with FORCE, a creative activist coalition fighting rape culture. They will receive a portion of the ticket sales. $7.

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