Happy weekend, Blue Jays! After an unfortunate cold spell this week, enjoy some time around the city as the weather warms back up. There are plenty of opportunities to try some new foods, shop from local business owners and learn more about the city itself, so don’t be shy!
The Barnstormers Intersession Show: She Kills Monsters, Glass Pavilion (8 p.m.)
Catch another exceptional student performance by the Barnstormers in the Glass Pavilion on any day this weekend! The production deals with themes of loss and finding life through the game Dungeons and Dragons. Purchase $5 student tickets online.
Charm City Django Jazz Fest, Creative Alliance (Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 7:30 p.m.)
Head down to Highlandtown for a weekend-long celebration of Charm City jazz hosted by the Creative Alliance. Each night promises a talented lineup of performances, and food and drink will be available for purchase inside. Tickets are $30 per night or $53 for a two-night pass. Tickets can be purchased on the Creative Alliance website.
Fells Point Food Tour, Bite of Baltimore (3 — 6:30 p.m.)
Use your extra weekend time to explore the Fells Point food scene. This food tour includes four plates of food, one craft cocktail and a 3.5-hour guided tour of the neighborhood. Learn about the history of Fells Point while enjoying the beautiful waterfront views! Buy tickets on the Bite of Baltimore website.
The Black Mall, The Baltimore Scene (2 — 7 p.m.)
Venture to Station North to shop from a smattering of Black-owned businesses. Vendors will be selling artwork, jewelry, clothes, bags, candles, natural hair care, cultural items, desserts, vegan and non-vegan foods and more, so you are sure to score a great find at this market. Admission to the market is free, but you may register to attend on Eventbrite.
HARRIET: Black History Month Free Film Series, B&O Railroad Museum (3 — 6:30 p.m.)
Celebrate Black History Month at the B&O Railroad Museum by honoring the legacy of Harriet Tubman. You can stick around to check out the museum afterward and learn about another significant piece of Baltimore history. There is no fee to enter, but event information can be found on Eventbrite.
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