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Events this weekend (Feb. 25 — Feb. 27)

By LEISURE EDITOR | February 25, 2022

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COURTESY OF GRETA MARAS

Enjoy the last weekend of February and the upcoming Mardi Gras celebrations in the city.  

Can you believe it’s the last week of February already? Time is flying by! Don’t let the semester get away from you before you check out some great weekend events in the city.

Saturday

Netflix and Chill Trivia, The Point in Towson (12 — 4 p.m.)

Trivia and brunch? What more can anyone ask for! Head up to Towson to test your movie and TV knowledge while enjoying brunch with bottomless drinks for $25. Reserve your spot or buy tables of up to ten people at $10 per person on Eventbrite, the cost of which will go toward your brunch. 

February Garden Volunteer Day, Baltimore Free Farm (12 — 3 p.m.)

Spend your Saturday in nature at the Baltimore Free Farm in Roosevelt Park, which is right next to Hampden. Community volunteers are asked to come and assist with farm and garden maintenance, and you may get to take some produce away at the end. It is free to volunteer, but registration is required. If you’re not free this weekend, follow up with the farm for next month’s volunteering session!

Pop-Up Marketplace on The Avenue in Hampden, Keepers Vintage (1 — 4 p.m.)

Shop from local vendors in Hampden from the weekly pop-up market at Keepers Vintage. Vendors include vintage sellers, plant sellers, artists, bakers and more. Stop by the market after grabbing brunch at Avenue Kitchen and Bar or Golden West Cafe! Tickets are not required, but information for the event can be found on Facebook.

Black History Month Pop Up Sip N’ Shop, Nubian Hueman (1 — 4 p.m.)

Celebrate the last weekend of Black History Month by supporting these great Black-owned businesses! Nubian Hueman, a fashion and art boutique near Mount Vernon, is hosting a pop-up in conjunction with Quench Juice Bar. Sample cold-pressed juices, wellness shots and herbal teas while shopping from Nubian Hueman’s independent artist products. The pop-up is free to attend, but you may enter its raffle for $5 on Eventbrite

Date Night: New Orleans Cooking, Schola (5 — 8 p.m).

Take a friend or a partner to Schola, a local cooking school down Charles Street! At this Saturday’s class, they’ll teach you to boil crawfish, crab meat and oysters, make some shrimp po’boys and muffalettas and deep fry beignets for dessert. Classes are $85 per person, and tickets can be purchased on AllEvents.

Sunday

Baltimore’s Bourbon St. Bar Crawl, Power Plant Live! (12 — 8 p.m.)

Everyone’s favorite Tuesday of the year is almost upon us. Kick off your Mardi Gras celebrations at Power Plant Live! this weekend with its bar crawl. Tickets to the bar crawl earn you entry to a flurry of beads, beverages and great food. Registration is from 12 to 2 p.m., so if you’ll be late, make sure to have a friend grab your registration materials. Register individually or with friends on Eventbrite. For 21+ only.

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