Canton Waterfront Park

On The Town

Five New Things To Look Forward to at the Baltimore Wine Festival

Organizer Beth Laverick shares what’s in store for this year’s event.

On The Town

Baltimore Craft Beer Festival Returns for Second Year

The festival will feature more than 45 Maryland microbreweries.

On The Town

Baltimore Seafood Fest Continues to Unite Local Food Community in Third Year

As waterfront festival evolves, more bars and restaurants take note.

On The Town

​Baltimore Wine Fest Returns to Canton Waterfront Park Next Weekend

Event will offer more global wines, local snacks, and live music in its second year.

Outside World

Tour du Port Gets Adventurous

22nd annual ride adds 36-mile road and single-track route with mountain bikers in mind.

On The Town

First-Ever Baltimore Craft Beer Festival in October

More than 30 Maryland breweries will be featured at Canton Waterfront Park.

Events

The Launch: September Highlights

Our six musts from this month's calendar of events.

Outside World

Canton Waterfront is Baltimore’s First Organic Park

Saturday festival celebrates three-year transformation led by the City Recreation and Parks Department.

Food & Drink

Summer Sips

Seven festivals for local sips of summer spirits.

Outside World

Friday is Bike to Work Day

Free coffee, bagels and giveaways at 33 morning "pit stops" around the Baltimore area.

In Good Taste

Inaugural Baltimore Seafood Festival in Canton

A ton of local restaurants will be featured in this first annual festival.

News & Community

Baltimore's Neighborhood Parks

Think you know Baltimore’s parks? Think again.

News & Community

What’s your favorite outdoor park?

Talking Points

On The Town

First Thursdays likely to move

WTMD's free concert series probably to move to Canton.

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