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March 2015
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Lights, Camera, Restoration! Behind the Scenes at the Centre Theater on North Avenue

March 4 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Centre Theatre,
10 East North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218 United States
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From its opening in 1939, Morris A. Mechanic’s Centre Theater building on North Avenue has been a hub of activity as the home of a movie theater, WFBR radio and the Equitable Trust Company. Today Jubilee Baltimore is finishing an $18 million restoration project that will turn the abandoned building into space for the film programs at The Johns Hopkins University and Maryland Institute College of Art, and neighborhood-based nonprofit organizations. Please join us and Jubilee director Charlie Duff on a tour of this great new addition in the Station North neighborhood a few months before it opens to the public.

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Build the Red Line: 2015 Transit Lobby Day

March 9 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Lowe House Building,
6 Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD, MD 21401 United States
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Red Line Now and the Central Maryland Transportation Alliance partnering with transit, development, smart growth, and environmental leaders, including Baltimore Heritage, to fight for the Red and Purple lines.  Join us in Annapolis as we tell our legislators to keep fighting — we can’t wait any longer for a connected transit network, jobs and job access, and development in the Red Line corridor! Register today! Here are three more ways you can get involved and help Baltimore build the Red Line: Contact Governor Hogan and…

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Generations of Service at the Margaret Jenkins House: Behind the Scenes with the Women’s Housing Coalition

March 26 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Jenkins House,
2226 Maryland Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21218 United States
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In 1889, three incredible ladies turned their talents and resources to address a dire situation. Poor children were being permanently abandoned at some of the city’s day care centers with no means to care for them. Mary Hebert (a daycare provider who kept many of these children), Mrs. Etts (from a prominent Baltimore Jewish family) and Mrs. Margaret Jenkins (from a prominent Baltimore Catholic family), along with Cardinal Gibbons of the Baltimore Archdiocese, raised money and purchased a mansion on Maryland Avenue.…

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Robert Long House 250 Lectures: 18th Century Economic Development in Fell’s Point

March 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Fell’s Point Visitors Center,
1724 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD 21231 United States
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Join Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse, Jr., former head of the Maryland State Archives for an evening lecture on the 18th century economic development and growth of Fell’s Point. As part of the 2015 celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the Robert Long House, the Preservation Society is organizing a series of three-lectures and a panel discussion on a diverse range of topics related to Fell’s Point and historic preservation. A reception follows each lecture.

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Fell’s Point as Boomtown: A Walking Tour with Dr. Edward Papenfuse

March 29 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Fell’s Point Visitors Center,
1724 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD 21231 United States
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In the years leading up the Revolutionary War and thereafter, Fell’s Point was a bustling port on the Chesapeake Bay with a naturally deep harbor and residents eager to get rich and grow their town. Please join Dr. Edward Papenfuse, retired State Archivist and historian, for a walking tour of Fell’s Point to learn about the people and places that were at the heart of Baltimore’s early years.

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