Sunday closings/changes related to the curfew

The Baltimore Sun
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On Sunday most cultural institutions and other organizations that had closed earlier in the week because of unrest related to Freddie Gray's death had reopened.

Many events that had been scheduled for Sunday were canceled or posptoned due to a city-wide curfew that had gone into effect on Tuesday morning.

The mayor announced on Sunday morning, that she was rescinding the city-wide curfew, effective immediately.

Sunday openings, closings and changes:

- Everyman Theatre and Center Stage are open but moving performances to 7 p.m. so theatergoers can comply with the 10 p.m. curfew. 

- Spotlighters theater 2 p.m. matinee will take place as scheduled.

The B&O Railroad Museum is closed through Sunday, and its "Day Out With Thomas" event has been rescheduled for May 8-10.

- Geppi’s Entertainment Museum is closed through Tuesday. The annual Free Comic Day Event, originally scheduled for Saturday, will be rescheduled.

Vagabond Players' 2 p.m. Sunday matinee performance of "Side by Side by Sondheim" will take place as scheduled.

- The Maryland Science Center is open on Sunday .

Some institutions that were closed earlier in the week have reopened:

The Baltimore Museum of Art is open on Sunday. until 5 p.m., its regular hours.

- The Walters Art Museum is open on Sundayuntil 5 p.m., but the extended Thursday evening hours have been curtailed.

- The Baltimore Museum of Industry is open on Sunday until 4 p.m., its regular hours, and offering free admission.

- The National Aquarium is open on Sunday, with the last entry at 5 p.m.

- The American Visionary Art Museum is open on Sunday until 5 p.m., its regular hours.

The Charles Theater is open on Sunday, with the last shows before 7 p.m.

- The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House is open on Sunday until 5 p.m., its regular hours.

- Port Discovery is open on Sunday until 4:30 p.m., its regular hours, and is offering free admission Friday. 

- Ripley's Baltimore is open on Sunday.

- FlowerMart in Mount Vernon, scheduled for this weekend, has been postponed.

- Performances by the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at the Patricia & Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric, have been canceled. No make-up date was announced. Officials said they hoped to reschedule an appearance by the Ailey company "in a future season."

- The organizers of the Fed Hill Fiesta scheduled for Sunday have canceled the event.

- Organ recital by James David Christie scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday at Brown Memorial Park Avenue Presbyterian Church has been cancelled.

(Please email coordinators@baltsun.com to make us aware of additional closings.)

Updates from restaurants, retail outlets and cultural institutions about their daily operating hours can be found on Twitter and Facebook at #BmoreFriday. 

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