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Events this weekend in Baltimore (Nov. 6 — 8)

By SABRINA ABRAMS | November 4, 2020



Head downtown this Sunday to flex your cornhole skills in a regional tournament.


Pandemic Clothing Company Virtual Launch Party, online (8 p.m. — 11 p.m.)

Join Pandemic Clothing Company, a woman- and Black-owned business, for its virtual launch party. The launch will feature a DJ, giveaways, mixologist prizes and more. A portion of proceeds from sales go to COVID-19 research, and all attendees will receive discount codes for up to 20% off. RSVP. Free. 


Early Christmas Flea Market and Craft Fair 2020, The Benson-Hammond House (8 a.m. — 3 p.m.)

Ann Arundell County Historical Society in Linthicum Heights is hosting its annual Fall “Early Christmas” Flea Market and Craft Fair. Social distancing and masks will be enforced, and the event will take place outside. Free.

MASKerade Baltimore, online (10 a.m. — Nov. 13, 10 p.m.)

The Baltimore Community Foundation’s LGBTQ Fund is hosting MASKerade Baltimore to raise awareness and funds for the LGBTQ community in Baltimore. There will be a virtual silent auction and exhibition, proceeds will be used to establish an endowment to support LGBTQ youth programs. Free.

Hat & Hair, Full Tilt Brewing (8 p.m. — 11 p.m.)

Enjoy craft brews at local Govans brewery Full Tilt Brewing, where acoustic Baltimore trio Hat & Hair will be performing. 21+. Free.


Ravens Watch Party, Cross Street Market (9 a.m. — 8 p.m.)

Cross Street Market in Federal Hill hosts weekly, 1 p.m., socially-distanced watch parties for the Baltimore Ravens on their screens. There is spaced seating both indoors and outdoors, as well as game day eats and drink specials. Free. 

Cornhole Tournament — ACL Regional #3, Superior Catering by M&M... and Sons (11 a.m. — 6 p.m.)

Make your way to Greektown this Sunday to compete in the third regional cornhole tournament of the American Cornhole League’s 2020-21 season. There will be three different divisions (advanced, competitive and intermediate), with both doubles and singles events in a separate double elimination bracket. Registration and practice begins at 10 a.m. $25 per person. 

Make Your Own Rocks Glass, Sagamore Spirit (12 p.m. — 6 p.m.)

Sagamore Spirit and McFadden Art Glass, a distillery and glass-blowing studio and art gallery respectively based in Baltimore, are teaming up to teach individuals how to make their own rocks glass. This will culminate with a tasting of Sagamore Spirit expressions. The class is one-hour long, and weather permitting, you make and keep one rocks glass. Social distancing and masks are required when in buildings. 21+. $65.

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