As classes wind down and final season approaches, be sure to take some time for yourself this week. For those still in Baltimore, here are some festive, fun and wholesome ways to spend the weekend.
Hot Cocoa Science, Enoch Pratt Free Library (4 p.m. — 5 p.m.)
Learn about the chemistry behind hot chocolate while making yourself the delicious drink. Follow along with your own sugar, cocoa powder, milk and a microwave. The event will be posted on the Library’s Facebook page as well. This event is online due to COVID-19. Free.
Bombs Question Mark Candle Makers Pop-Up, Night Owl Gallery (6 p.m. — 8 p.m.)
Night Owl Gallery in Highlandtown is having its December First Friday Art Walk. The event will feature the work of Sarah Gossard and Alli Hopkins, who began making soy candles in repurposed liquor, wine and beer bottles during quarantine. Refreshments will be served. Free.
Sci-Fi Fridays, Maryland Science Center (7 p.m. — 10 p.m.)
Join the Maryland Science Center for this week’s Sci-Fi Friday. Each Friday, the Center selects sci-fi movies you can stream and suggests a science activity inspired by the film and a recipe for a themed cocktail on the event page. This week, stream Inception and follow along on the event page for the science activity and cocktail. This event is online due to COVID-19. Free.
Holiday Market on 32nd Street, Baltimore’s 32nd Street Farmers Market (7 a.m. — 12 p.m.)
Join the Waverly Main Street and Council District 14 at one of four mini Holiday Markets this year that support small businesses in Baltimore. Eat, shop and walk around in the open-air environment. Register online. Free.
Fed Hill Festival Fling, Federal Hill Main Street (1 p.m. — 5 p.m.)
Head to Federal Hill this Saturday afternoon to shop, dine and celebrate the holiday season. Local businesses will have specials, discounts and giveaways. Free.
Pro Wrestling Trivia & Brunch, Jimmy’s Famous Seafood (11 a.m. — 2 p.m.)
If you’re a pro-wrestling fan or even just a trivia fan, head to Jimmy’s Famous Seafood this Sunday for trivia and brunch. Questions will cover all genres of professional wrestling, including old school and modern World Wrestling Entertainment, New Japan and All Elite Wrestling. Social distancing will be enforced, and you can compete in teams of 2-6. Jimmy’s will be offering wrestling-themed brunch specials and you will receive trivia points for pro-wrestling clothing. Trivia begins at noon. $10.