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April 2020

Woodberry by Foot: Country Living with City Convenience

April 18 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Woodberry United Methodist Church, 2000 Druid Park Dr
Baltimore, MD 21211 United States
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Join Ms. Tracey Brown, long time Woodberry resident and neighborhood leader, on a tour of this charming former mill community. Together we'll learn about its rise, eventual fall, and recent rebirth. We will be touring sections of TV Hill, Clipper Mill and Brick Hill that are thriving today as they were in the mid-nineteenth century. Plus get updated on the recent movement to designate Woodberry as a Baltimore City historic district.

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Sharp Leadenhall by Foot: 250 Years of African American Heritage

April 25 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Solo Gibbs Park, 1044 Leadenhall Street
Baltimore, MD 21230 United States
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Ms. Betty Bland-Thomas, a long-time community activist and member of the South Baltimore Partnership, will lead this walking tour through the Sharp Leadenhall neighborhood in South Baltimore. This community is home to Ebenezer AME, the third oldest African Methodist Episcopal church in the nation, and has been home to a vital African American community since the late 1700s. As in West Baltimore, residents struggled against displacement and demolition by highways projects in the 1960s and continue to organize against gentrification. The walking tour not only highlights this long history, but will also offer a chance to hear stories from long-time residents on their everyday experiences growing up in the neighborhood in the 1940s and 1950s.

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May 2020

How to Read a Rowhouse: Colonial Architecture in Fell’s Point

May 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Fell’s Point Visitors Center, 1724 Thames St
Baltimore, MD 21231 United States
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$15

When you look down Thames Street and smile at how “old-timey” it looks, what are you really looking at? Join architect David Gleason, president of the Fell’s Point Preservation Society, on a walk through the aged neighborhood to learn how to read historic buildings and uncover their unique histories. These houses and businesses have been reinvented and repurposed over 250 years in order to meet the changing economy of Baltimore--what can they tell us about those who lived and worked in Fell’s Point? Join us to “excavate” structures by exploring the layers of construction and change--you never know what you might discover hiding behind the facade!

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Stone and Spirit: The Original Campus of Goucher College

May 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Lovely Lane United Methodist Church, 2200 St Paul St
Baltimore, MD 21218 United States
$15

While Rev. John Goucher was overseeing the building of today's Lovely Lane United Methodist Church in the mid-1880s, he was also helping establish a college for women to give them “equal advantages in the business of life.” Join Marilyn Warshawsky, author of John Franklin Goucher: Citizen of the World and a trustee emerita of the College, at Lovely Lane for a tour of this historic church, a presentation of archival photos of original college buildings, and a walking tour of the campus that is now part of the diverse community known as Old Goucher.

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Brewers Hill by Foot: The Architecture of Brewing Beer

May 16 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Natty Boh Tower Parking Lot, 3600 O'Donnell St
Baltimore, MD 21224 United States
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$15

Today’s Brewers Hill neighborhood centers on the rehabilitated Gunther Brewery and National Brewery complexes. The breweries were home to the Gunther, Shaefer, Hamm, and of course Natty Boh labels, and was where the nation’s first “six pack” was invented in the 1940s. The 27 acre brewery site is surrounded by the Brewers Hill neighborhood, which developed between 1915 and 1920 and is replete with rows of brick homes and marble steps. Join David Knipp, a project manager for the redevelopment of the Brewers Hill complex, on a tour of the brewery site in all of its beer-making glory and current buzz of activity.

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