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Events in Baltimore (socially distanced!) this fall break: Oct. 21-25

By SABRINA ABRAMS | October 20, 2020

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Grab mini pumpkins at Druid Hill on Saturday night.

Wednesday 

Pumpkin Fest, Smaltimore (7 p.m. – 10 p.m.)

Canton restaurant Smaltimore features pumpkin painting and drinks at their first Annual Pumpkin Fest. One ticket gets you a drink, a painting kit and drink specials. The first, second and third place pumpkins will win prizes including gift cards and bar swag. $25. 

Thursday

Pups on the Patio — An Outdoor Pet Party, R. House (4 p.m. – 7 p.m.)

For National Make a Dog’s Day, bring your dog (or come hang with dogs) at R. House for a doggy costume contest, dog-themed happy hour specials, Woofbowl Dog Food Truck, virtual adoptions and a photobooth. Suggested donation of $5-10 to go directly to Maryland SPCA. 

Friday

Baltimore Comic-Con 2020, Baltimore Convention Center (virtual due to COVID-19) (1 p.m. – 5 p.m.)

Stream Baltimore Comic-Con 2020 at to watch comic creator guests, media guests, publishers, panels and exhibitors at the annual Baltimore Comic-Con all weekend. Free. 

Saturday

Park’d N’ Pumpkin Festival, Druid Hill Park (6 p.m. – 8 p.m.)

Head over to Baltimore Recnparks’ drive-thru featuring spooks and treats this Saturday. Grab (contactless) mini pumpkins, candy, activity kits and other treats. No walk-through attendees. Free. 

Boos on the Beach — Part II, Sandlot (6 p.m. – 11 p.m.)

Halloween party at Sandlot, a hybrid restaurant and beer garden in Fells Point, includes entertainment, games, costume contests and a welcome cocktail. 21+. $15.

Sunday

Maryland Improv Collective: The Inside Out Show, R. House (4:30 p.m. – 6 p.m.)

Outdoor improv hosted at R. House in Remington for the Maryland Improv Collective’s monthly live show featuring short-form improv games along the lines of Whose Line is it Anyway?. $10. 

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