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Welcome (Back!) to Baltimore Reception
Thursday, Sep 20, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
University of Maryland, Baltimore
620 West Lexington Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Price: $10.00
Unwind, relax, and enjoy Baltimore Collegetown's 8th Annual Welcome (Back) to Baltimore reception for graduate and professional students.

Guest Speaker: Alysha January, Marketing and Development Manager Historic Charles Street Association, Discovercharmcity Blogger

Mix and mingle over beer, wine, and Baltimore-inspired bites. Meet other graduate students, learn about Charm City, play games, and more!
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Cherry Hill Arts & Music Festival
Saturday, Sep 22, 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Middle Branch Waterfront
3301 Waterview Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21230
Price: FREE
The Cherry Hill Arts & Music Festival (CHAMF) is a celebration of the performing and visual arts.

CHAMF offers the extraordinary opportunity to enjoy live music performances and artist demonstrations, entertain families with interactive “ARTivities” and learn about the cultural vibrancy of South Baltimore all while activating green spaces in Middle Branch Park.

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Pigtown Festival
Saturday, Sep 22, 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Historic Pigtown
700-900 blocks of Washington Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21230
Price: FREE
The 17th Annual Pigtown Festival features live music by The Players Band, Terry ‘Big T’ Williams, and The Crawdaddies! Enjoy food trucks,  arts & crafts, pig races, a pie eating contest and more!
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Charm City Night Market
Saturday, Sep 22, 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Historic Chinatown
200 Park Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
Price: FREE
Coinciding with the Lunar Mid-Autumn Festival, the first-ever Charm City Night Market will host musical acts, artists, food vendors, storytellers, and cultural ambassadors - all converging on a historic block of Baltimore’s Chinatown. This outdoor block party will connect Lexington Market to Park Avenue, spanning the city’s intertwined communities of color. Bounce between fun, insightful installations, and seriously dank food, all while learning something new about Baltimore's cultural history.
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