The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance celebrated the holidays with an evening get-together at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum.
Startups generally don’t have a lot of employees. So, throwing a company holiday party isn’t usually in the cards. Enter Spark Baltimore, and its annual holiday get-together for Baltimore’s startup community.
Friends of the Rawlings Conservatory celebrated its 130th year with a holiday cocktail party that perfectly suited the season with all sorts of sparkle and shine.
After a morning of volunteering with Vehicles for Change and the Salvation Army, VU members headed to Peabody Heights Brewery for their annual holiday gathering.
Baltimore kicked off its holiday season in style. Literally. I spotted all sorts of gorge getups at a number of events around town the last couple of weeks.
Call it a field trip for history class. Beer lovers made the trek to the Baltimore Museum of Industry to sample products from several local craft breweries.