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Events this weekend (Dec. 9 – 11)

By LEISURE EDITOR | December 8, 2022



Keep the holiday fun going all weekend long with markets, festivals and bar crawls happening this weekend!

You’ve finally made it to the end, Blue Jays! Congratulations on another semester well done. Before you hunker down for finals, check out some of these exciting holiday events. Whether you need to do some gift shopping or bar crawling, there’s plenty to explore.


Station North Holiday Market, 1 5:30 p.m.

Head to Station North, just a 10-minute drive south of Homewood Campus, for an outdoor market featuring over 30 Baltimore vendors, makers and food and drink sellers. There will also be live music! The market is free to attend, and you can find more details on Facebook.

Fells Point Eggnog Tasting Tour, 1:304:30 p.m.

Put a holiday spin on your typical bar crawl! For $25, you get handcrafted spiked eggnog from all the participating locations on the tour. There will also be additional offers and specials at select locations. Purchase tickets on EventBrite.

Ugly Sweater Crawl 2022, 48 p.m.

Looking to keep the crawl going this Saturday? Jump over to Pigtown to peruse their bar scene and participate in a night-long ugly sweater contest! Each location will offer a prize for the best ugly sweater. You can find the specific locations involved in the crawl and more details on Facebook.


37th Annual Union Square Christmas Cookie Tour, 12 a.m.4:30 p.m.

Since 1985, the Union Square Association has offered a house tour that doubles as a cookie contest to highlight the beautiful Baltimore architecture in its neighborhood. Go support a neighborhood that you may not have explored before and enjoy some sweet treats in the process. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased on EventBrite.

Greater Goods Holiday Market, 11 a.m.4 p.m.

Looking for some holiday gifts to wow your friends and family? Visit R. House this weekend to shop from over 80 local vendors selling clothing, candles, pottery, art and much more. You can also enjoy live music and food from the R. House stalls while you shop. More details are on Facebook.

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