Things to do in Baltimore before summer ends [Pictures]
Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. We're heading back to school, gearing up for football season (go Ravens!) and stocking up on cozy fall sweaters. But, hey, the last day of summer is officially Sept. 21. There's still plenty of fun to be had.
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Weekends through Oct. 20 (+ Sept. 2): Maryland Renaissance Festival at Crownsville Fairgrounds
Chivalry isn't dead, but you may have to go to the Renaissance Festival for proof. You'll find mugs of ale, meat-on-a-stick, sword swallowers, jousting matches and more medieval fun at the festival. Tickets are $7-$22; subscription passes available.