Sept. 26: Latinx Pachanga
Sandlot. 1000 Wills St. 5-9 p.m.
As National Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, Sandlot is hosting one last hurrah to celebrate the city’s rich Latinx community and culture. Grab your mask and head to Harbor East’s waterfront “beach” to enjoy authentic eats by Cocina Luchadoras, as well as beats by DJ Justjuwit and the Bad Hombres Band. In between noshing on tamales and tacos, be sure to visit nonprofit When We All Vote’s informational booths to register to vote and formulate an early voting plan.
Sept. 25-27: Guinness’ 2nd Annual Oktoberfest Celebration
Guinness Open Gate Brewery. 5001 Washington Blvd. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
Since the Guinness Open Gate Brewery in Halethorpe reopened to the public a few months back, its lush lawn has become a favorite spot for sipping craft drafts while maintaining a safe distance. And this weekend, the team is ringing in Oktoberfest the best way they know how—by bringing back some of its most festive beers. Stop by the second-annual Oktoberfest celebration to down drafts of the aptly named German festival beer, Festbier, as well as Guinness’ Dunkel Lager made with all German malts and hops. If you’d prefer to celebrate at home, both varieties will be available in cans for purchase on site or curbside pickup.
Multiple locations throughout Bolton Hill. 5-9 p.m. Free.
The neon trend is lighting up in Baltimore this weekend. Lace up your walking shoes and get out of the house for this six-block long outdoor art exhibition featuring neon works by seven artists––including Laure Drogoul and Akea Brionne Brown. While strolling down Bolton Street, learn more about the many ways neon can be used to communicate (and sell) thoughts, feelings, and ideas. Bonus: the works make for great Instagram photo-ops.
Sept. 27: Baltimore Record Bazaar
Peabody Heights Brewery. 401 E. 30th St. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free.
Spend your Sunday flipping through bins of vinyl at this recurring event perfect for music lovers of all kinds. More than 20 vendors will be spread throughout the taproom and tented beer garden at Peabody Heights Brewing selling their classic vinyl, tapes, CDs, stereos, music memorabilia, and more. Safety precautions will be enforced at the brewery, which will be safely pouring pints and offering food from SlimmDev Tacos.
Sept. 26: B. Willow Plants on Wheels
Whitehall Mill. 3300 Clipper Mill Rd. 12-3 p.m.
B.Willow’s Plants on Wheels is posting up at Whitehall Mill this Saturday. Enjoy the fall weather while shopping for seasonal greenery and grabbing lunch from the Mill’s merchants. Tropicals, succulents, cacti, air plants, and bouquets will be all available at this afternoon pop-up. Plus, you can bring an empty pot or plant that needs replanting and take advantage of the repotting table complete with soil and containers of all sizes. Experts will be on site to lend a hand with any and all of your plant needs.