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Events in Baltimore this weekend: October 31 - November 3

By YOUR WEEKEND EDITOR | October 31, 2019


Fear Factory

The Charmery

3 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Attempt the Fear Factory challenge! Each bowl of ice cream will contain five of the custom Fear Factory flavors. If you finish the bowl, you get one cone card and will be immortalized in the Fear Factory Hall of Fame.$5/bowl.


Inner Harbor Ice Rink Opening Celebration

Inner Harbor

5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.

The classic Inner Harbor Ice Rink brought to you by Waterfront Partnership is opening this weekend. There will be free hot chocolate from Starbucks as well as cupcakes from Iced Gems Cupcakes. $10 entry, $9 for students/children.

World Oddities Expo

Lord Baltimore Hotel

3 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Check out this marketplace selling trinkets and oddities this weekend at the Lord Baltimore Hotel. There will be classes on how to make your own treasures taught by skilled artisans as well as some of the most talented tattoo artists in the industry. $20 entry.


Oysterfest 2019 + Grand Opening

White Marsh

12 p.m. - 6 p.m.

See the grand opening of The Curious Oyster + Wayward Smokehouse at White Marsh and participate in the first Oysterfest! Featuring an Oyster Recovery Project, outdoor games and live bands. Free.

Dia de los Muertos

Secret Sauce

7 p.m. - 1 a.m.

Go celebrate Dia de los Muertos with Cocina Luchadoras, Roots & Raíces and North Avenue Market! This Mexican traditional holiday celebrates those who have passed. There will be food and drink for purchase. $5 admission.


Arches & Access Reservoir Hill Neighborhood Lights Parade

Druid Hill Park

5:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Starting from the historic Druid Hill Park Gate on Madison Ave., this light parade will go through the park and celebrate the surrounding neighborhoods. This parade is family friendly, in conjunction with Brilliant Baltimore’s Neighborhood Lights. Free.

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