Can you believe it’s almost November already? This year seems to be flying by. As the holidays roll in (and the snow possibly flies), we’re here to provide your wedding inspiration and of course: things to do around Baltimore! November has some amazing events going on, and we’ve got some great suggestions too. Read on!
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- What’s the fall without a zombie run? There’s still time to sign up for the Mud Dog Run – Zombie Edition. This is not only a 5k Zombie run: following the race is an End of The World Party, including food, beer, and DJ’s providing over 8 hours of music! Sign up to be a runner, a zombie, or just a spectator.
- Are you and your sweetie football lovers? Dive into the history of football in Maryland with a trip to the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum for their upcoming event, A Look Back in Time: Football in Maryland. Special guest Vince Bagli, former sports director for WBAL-TV for three decades. Sat. Nov. 3rd, 2pm.
- There’s always a great food festival of some sort going on around Baltimore, and November is no different: head on down to the Baltimore Museum of Industry for their annual Beer & Food Tasting on Thurs. Nov. 15th! Enjoy an evening of local beers and learn about the intricate craft of brewing. 6:30 – 8:30pm, $25 BMI Members, $35 General Public.
- Join the Creative Alliance for a night of music by the area’s best singers and songwriters, singing about their beloved Baltimore: Streets of Baltimore: Songs of Our City. Sat. Nov. 17th, 7:30pm. $17/person. Benefits the College Peace Network, Creative Alliance and Roots Café.
- It may still be the fall, but winter is right around the corner. And with a snowy winter predicted this year by experts, let’s take what we’ve learned in years past (Snowmageddon, anyone?) and be fully prepared for this years winter: Yes, milk and toilet paper are important, but we don’t need to go crazy over getting these items when the forecast looks dim. Instead, make sure you’re stocked with the basics ahead of time: flashlights, matches/candles, canned food, and bottled water. After that, let’s get honest: you’re going to want to make sure you’ve got a good supply of beer and some great board games to do by candlelight. And a nice sturdy shovel wouldn’t hurt too. Most of all, remember when the weather gets bad and the power is out, that a neighbor may have it way worse than you. Check on elderly neighbors and lend a helping hand to those whose car is stuck in the snow or whose steps need shoveling.
Happy November, Lovebirds!