Loading Events

Upcoming Events

Events Search and Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

October 2021

2021 Virtual Pitch Party: Help Us Give Away Five Micro-Grants!

October 21 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Virtual MD United States

Please help us give away five micro-grants to advance good ideas in Baltimore. This is our sixth year of providing micro-grants and as we have done in past years, we’ll have five finalists provide three-minute “pitches” of their ideas… and then we will ask you to cast virtual ballots for your favorite. Based on your votes, we will give out two $500 grants, two $250 grants, and one $50 grant. 

Find out more »

Restoring the Hawley-Hutzler House (Virtual Talk)

October 22 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Virtual MD United States
By Donation

In 2019, the grand Victorian 8,000 square foot Hawley-Hutzler Mansion went on the market. The mansion was once the home of the Hutzlers, who owned the famous department store of the same name. The mansion has gone through significant alterations since it was built in 1887, including being converted to offices, and in the 1970s, split up into apartments. Needless to say, there would be a lot of work to do to restore this mansion to its former grandeur.

Find out more »

A History of Poppleton (Virtual Talk)

October 29 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Virtual MD United States
By Donation

Learn about the history of Poppleton with Professor Nicole King (Department of American Studies, UMBC). King has worked with local residents and preservationists to document the important Black history of Poppleton, which has been threatened by slum clearance, urban renewal, highway construction, and redevelopment. We will also learn about ongoing advocacy efforts to preserve Poppleton's historic places and fight displacement, such as the proposed CHAP local historic district, Black Homeownership in Old Poppleton.

Find out more »

Old St. Paul’s Cemetery Tour: A Peek Behind the Stone Walls

October 30 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Old St. Paul’s Cemetery, 733 W. Redwood St
Baltimore, MD 21201 United States
+ Google Map

Old St. Paul’s Cemetery’s list of the interred reads like the Who’s Who of the War of 1812 – Samuel Chase, George Armistead, John Eager Howard to name a few. Even Francis Scott Key spent part of his afterlife in the cemetery buried in the Howard crypt until he was moved to Frederick. Founded around 1799, Old St. Paul’s is one of the oldest cemeteries in Baltimore City and is on the registry of National Historic Places. Not regularly open to the public, come with us to peek behind its large stone walls and see the final resting places of those who helped shape this city. 

Find out more »
+ Export Events