William Donald Schaefer at Walters Art Gallery ribbon cutting, 1974. Courtesy Walters Art Museum (CC-BY-NC-SA).

Mount Vernon Place tomorrow! And new tours of Lutheran Zion Church and Downtown Baltimore

Although the Farmer’s Almanac says that we have three more weeks of summer, we’re ready for fall with an exciting line-up of heritage tours and events in the month ahead. We hope you can join us for tomorrow’s tour at Mount Vernon Place, our Patterson Park-sized “huzzah!” for the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 at the Hampstead Hill Festival, and a new tour at Zion Church reflecting on the crossroads of German and American heritage on the 100th Anniversary of WWI.

Don’t forget to catch up on our recent posts about the history of development in Guilford from Tom Hobbs along with a few photos from recent heritage programs in Hampden and Northeast Baltimore. We hope you can come out for a tour soon!

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