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Weekend Lineup: April 5-7

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

By Rodlyn-mae Banting | April 4, 2019, 10:31 am

WTMD's Saturday Morning Tunes returns on April 6. -Courtesy of WTMD
On The Town

Weekend Lineup: April 5-7

The best things to do in Baltimore this weekend.

By Rodlyn-mae Banting | April 4, 2019, 10:31 am

WTMD's Saturday Morning Tunes returns on April 6. -Courtesy of WTMD


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April 7: Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar

Jones Fall Expressway, Holliday & Saratoga St. 7 a.m.- 12 p.m. Free

Grab your sun hat and celebrate the return of this 42-year-old Sunday morning ritual with tons of food, games, and a special performance by the BSO OrchKids. Start your day with a stroll beneath the Jones Fall Expressway to sample eats from more than 44 local vendors including Blacksauce Kitchen, Le Monade, and Sporty Dog Creations and stock up on fresh produce from area farms.


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April 7: Game of Thrones Trivia

El Bufalo Tequila Bar & Kitchen, 2921 O’Donnell St. 1-4 p.m. Free.

Winter may be over, but it’s never too late to flex your Game of Thrones obsession with fellow die-hard fans. Spend your Sunday Funday answering trivia questions about the hit HBO show in preparation for the premiere of its final season on April 14, with plenty of beer buckets and Smirnoff bombs to keep you on your game. Whether you’re a party of two or a group of 8, put your brain power to the test for the chance to win El Bufalo gift cards, free shots, and all the glory.



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April 5: Out of Order

Maryland Art Place, 218 W. Saratoga St. 7-10 p.m. $40-45.

Join Maryland Art Place in celebrating its 22nd annual springtime auction-party that gives regional artists—from students to established professionals—the opportunity to display their work. Take in the floor-to-ceiling display of artworks, and, in between bidding on your favorite pieces, bop along to music by DJ Ridiculous, snap pictures with drag queens Bambi Galore and Whimsy Thrift, and experience a psychic reading by Clairvoyant Lady.


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April 6: Saturday Morning Tunes

WTMD, 1 Olympic Pl., Towson. 9-11 a.m. Free-$40.

There’s no denying that reggae music is good for the soul, and this weekend, it’ll be good for your ears, too. This Saturday, WTMD will be hosting its first-ever, sensory-friendly Saturday Morning Tunes for families with autistic children. Veteran reggae star Scotty P. of Jah Works will perform acoustic versions of his songs, while little ones can enjoy snacks from Eddie’s of Roland Park, bike rides provided by Race Pace Bicycles, and plenty of dancing.


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April 6: Festival for the Animals

Druid Hill Park, 900 Druid Park Lake Dr. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free-$40.

Every pet owner believes that their furry friend deserves the world, and that sentiment is at the heart of this annual festival that supports the Maryland SPCA and its animal rescue, shelter, and aid programs. With your pup in tow, spend the afternoon in Druid Hill Park participating in a walk-a-thon as well as fun-filled contests that benefit this com-paw-ssionate cause.







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