Baltimore in the fall is absolutely unparalleled. As we begin to see the leaves change and the sun backs off, I strongly urge you to relish this beautiful season and take on the city with these events!
Goats on the Slope 2022 at Wyman Park Dell
Sorry to spoil, but this will be the best event I ever recommend to you. Goats on the Slope is an initiative by the Friends of Wyman Park Dell where goats are brought to the park to eat overgrown vegetation. Not only is this a sustainable way to maintain the park, but it’s also a delightful opportunity to watch some adorable goats. Stop by on Thursday to check them out!
Hamilton at the Hippodrome Theater, 8 p.m.
The wildly popular musical Hamilton has made its way to Baltimore as part of its national tour! The opening night of the Baltimore tour leg is this Friday, and there are still some available tickets on Ticketmaster. Hamilton will only be here until the end of October, so get your tickets while you can!
Baltimore Running Festival 2022, 8 a.m.
Baltimore’s biggest race of the year is back! Cheer on the 5k, 10k, half marathon and marathon runners this Saturday as they traverse the city. The marathon and half marathon routes both stretch up to our Homewood campus, so be sure to line the streets in support of the participants! The races begin at 8 a.m., so you can expect to see runners within the hour after that.
Reservoir Hill Annual Harvest Festival, 11 a.m.
Just below Druid Hill Park, the Reservoir Hill neighborhood is offering every fall festivity you could hope for at their harvest festival. Come enjoy cornhole, horseback riding, pumpkin decorating and fresh cider! Find more information on Facebook.
Hot Art, Art Market, 11 a.m. — 4 p.m.
Every Sunday this October, you can head down to the Bromo Arts District for the Hot Art, Art Market to support local artists. The market is put on by Free Fall Baltimore, a group that offers almost daily free events every October to promote the Baltimore arts and culture scene. Get more information about the art market or about Free Fall on their website.
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