Spring has sprung and Baltimore has plenty of opportunities to enjoy the warmer weather. It is time to exchange those sweaters and warm socks for some sunshine and fresh air!
- National Cherry Blossom Festival in D.C.
Washington D.C. will be hosting the National Cherry Blossom Festival through April 12, 2015. Many events are taking place including performances at the tidal basin, a firework show on Saturday, April 4, and a parade on April 11. Peak bloom dates are predicted to be between April 11 and April 14 this year.
- Baltimore Farmer’s Market and Bazaar…It’s Back!
Located under the Jones Falls Expressway along the Holliday and Saratoga junction, is Maryland’s largest producers-only market. Vendors offer fruits, vegetables, meats and much more. The market is returning to the area on starting on April 5 and will continue every Sunday from 7 a.m. - noon through Dec. 20, 2015.
- The Rawlings Conservatory
Through April 12, the conservatory will be holding their annual spring flower display. While there, you can explore the indoor gardens, which contain hyacinths, lilies, and much more!
- Baltimore EcoFestCelebrate the 12th annual EcoFest at Druid Hill Park on Saturday, April 18. Learn about living a healthier life and how to maintain eco-friendly habits, while strolling among the food vendors, entertainers, and artists present at the park. Participants get a free tree to plant!
- Privateer Festival
The 11th annual Privateer Festival is taking place on April 18 and 19 at Fell’s Point. Enjoy free live entertainment, dancing, arts, food and more! Tall ships will be on display for tours during the weekend, as well.
- Robert E. Lee Park Earth Day Celebration
Help restore the park! From 10 a.m. until noon, on April 25, individuals can volunteer at the park and work with rangers to remove invasive species, pick up trash, and plant species that are native to the area. The event is free but registration is required and can be done at the Robert E Lee Park Nature Council website.