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Events this weekend in Baltimore (Dec. 11 — Dec. 13)

By SABRINA ABRAMS | December 9, 2020



Power Plant Live! is hosting SantaCon this Saturday, if you’re inclined to take a finals break by dressing up in Santa apparel. 

Editor’s Note: This piece has been edited after publication to reflect the new Baltimore City COVID-19 restrictions. This piece is still subject to change as the COVID-19 restrictions unfold. 

Classes have ended, but finals have yet to begin. Take a study break by enjoying festive Baltimore events before heading home for the winter.


Youth Biz Holiday Pop-up Shop, The AVENUE (11 a.m. — 7 p.m.) 

Support local youth entrepreneurs at The AVENUE in White Marsh. They will have homemade holiday gifts available for purchase in a socially distanced fashion. Free. 


Winter RUNderland, Charm City Run (9 a.m. — 11 a.m.)

Join Charm City Run for winter scavenger fun hunt runs to promote social distancing! You will be given a series of items to take photos of on your run, and there will be a raffle for those who find all the items. Dress festive! Masks required and groups will be 10 persons or less. Register in advance for a start time. Free. 

Outdoor Winter Market, Meadow Mill parking lot (11 a.m. — 4 p.m.) 

The Potters Guild is hosting an outdoor, socially distanced winter market near Hampden, where you can shop and support local potters and businesses. The Potters Guild aims to increase awareness and appreciation of the ceramic arts. Free. 

Women Makers of Baltimore Holiday Market, SoBotanical (11 a.m. — 4 p.m.) 

Head down to SoBotanical near Hampden for their small business holiday shopping experience. They are hosting three Baltimore-residing women creators to highlight their work, and the custom blending aromatherapy bar will be open. There will be outdoor socially distant seating and a fire pit. Free. 

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