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50 things to do in Baltimore this summer

1. Al fresco happy hours ____

2. Artscape 2011 ____

3. AVAM ____

4. Baltimore Farmers Market ___

5. BMA Sculpture Garden ____

6. Baltimore Museum of Industry ____

7. Baltimore Tattoo Museum ____

8. Biking at Gwynns Falls ____

9. Bo Brooks ___

10. Bocce in Little Italy ____

11. The Charles Theatre ____

12. Clifton Park Golf Course ____

13. Crabs in the city ____

14. Cross Street Market ____

15. Cylburn Arboretum ____

16. Druid Hill Park ____

17. Ethnic Festivals ____

18. Federal Hill ____

19. Fells Point Antique Market ____

20. Fort McHenry ____

21. Free outdoor music ____

22. Geppi's Entertainment Museum ____

23. Historic ships ____

24. Lake trout ____

25. Landmark Harbor East ___

26. Lexington Market ____

27. Live music ____

28. Maryland Science Center ____

29. Maryland Zoo ____

30. Mr. Yogato____

31. Mount Vernon Park ____

32. National Aquarium in Baltimore ___

33. Oriole Park at Camden Yards ____

34. Outdoor movies ____

35. Patterson Bowling ____

36. Patterson Park ____

37. Pier Six ____

38. Pitango Gelato ____

39. Port Discovery ___

40. Power Plant Live ____

41. Roller derby ____

42. Seadog Cruises ____

43. Segs in the City ____

44. Station North Flea Market ____

45. Summer fests ____

46. Top of the World ____

47. Vaccaro's ____

48. Walters Art Museum ____

49. Water Taxi ____

50. Waverly Farmers Market ____

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