Happy fall break, Blue Jays! You’re officially halfway done with the semester, and you have earned some well-deserved time to relax. I’ve compiled some really fun events for those of you who are staying in town, so get out and enjoy this free time!
Fall Harvest Days at Weber’s Peachberry Farm, Thursday – Sunday
Weber’s Cider Mill Farm is the premier apple-picking site for Hopkins students, as it is conveniently located only half an hour away from Homewood Campus. Apple picking times are released on an incremental basis depending on which apples are ripe for picking, so stay tuned to Weber’s Peachberry Farm Facebook page to reserve your time slot.
Baltimore Lieder Weekend, Friday – Sunday
This weekend, you can enjoy a whole host of free concerts in celebration of the annual Baltimore Lieder Weekend! Check out the weekend’s schedule to learn about the various concerts, discussions and performances, some of whom are Peabody alums. Almost all of the events will be hosted at An die Musik Live, an intimate concert hall in Mount Vernon.
OktoBEARfest at the Maryland Zoo, Saturday and Sunday 1 – 6 p.m.
Celebrate the 10th anniversary of OktoBEARfest at the Maryland Zoo! The zoo will have unlimited beer sampling, live music, food, trivia and shopping from local vendors for $30 without alcohol for designated drives and children and $55 for unlimited beer sampling if purchased by Friday. Purchase tickets on the Maryland Zoo website.
Mini Halloween Market at R. House, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
You might not really need an excuse to go to R. House, but a chance to support local businesses is always a terrific extra one. This Saturday, you can peruse the decor, jewelry, ceramics and stained glass art from four local vendors inside R. House. Find more details about the vendors on Facebook.
Moonlight Market: Spooky Fall Festival/Makers Market at Pariah Brewing Company, 4 p.m.
Come enjoy food, beer, jewelry, art and good times all around at the Moonlight Market! Costumes and spooky attire are highly encouraged. Get into the Halloween spirit early and check out Facebook for more details!
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