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Top Five Things to do in Baltimore this Weekend

Are you not sure what to do with your free time? Do you want to plunge into exciting adventures, learn something new or have fun with your family? Here are some great ideas on how to spend your weekend time in Baltimore.

Rhythms & Reels
If you have never been to one of the Rhythms & Reels events in Baltimore, it's high time that you change it. The music and movie festival is scheduled until the end of October, 2018. The music scenes are scattered around all the major parks, so you can surely pick a venue that is located close to you. Rhythms & Reels promises a positive, family-friendly pastime in the great outdoors. If you want to match the exciting and relaxed atmosphere of the event, you can put on an appropriate outfit and accessorize it with fancy skull jewelry. Check out this site for some great ideas.

Wicked History Walking Tour
Are you interested in the history of Baltimore? Wicked History Tours will take you back to the times when Fells Point was a peculiar place full of tricky customers such as pirates, rackety sailors, and immigrants from all over Europe who came here for a better life. These ancient streets remember glorious stories of Edgar Allan Poe and Billie Holiday who were frequent guests of Fells Point. The Wicked History walking tour is an entertainment for the whole family, so take your kids with you and prepare for an excellent amusement.

Octoberfest at Power Plant Live
Have you ever dreamed of visiting the world-famous Octoberfest? You don't have to travel far because on Saturday, September 29, Octoberfest is taking place in Baltimore! The event hosted by Power Plant Live, offers more than 150 sorts of beer to taste including local craft, international brands, and seasonal offers. Lots of snacks, competitions, and amusements are guaranteed! The event features live music and dances, so put on comfy shoes, fancy outfits or Germany-inspired skull bracelets and accessory.

Canoe in the Middle Branch Park
Are you a fan of active pastime? Do you like spending your free time outdoors? Then canoe and scoop in the Middle Branch Park is exactly what you need. Not only is paddling and breathing fresh air good for your health but also during this event you will help clean the park's shoreline from the rain leftovers. Let's make our home better, cleaner, and eco-friendlier together. Plus, it is a great opportunity to enjoy the excellent views of the nature transfigured by autumn colors. You will be provided with all the necessary equipment and accompanied by trained staff.

Halloween Film Screening at SNF Parkway Theatre
Do you feel the approach of Halloween? This is truly one of the most enjoyable holidays loved by adults and children alike. It's not necessary to wait for the end of October to do your favorite Halloween pastimes. If you are a thrill-seeker, from September 28 to October 4 you have a grand opportunity to enjoy a classic Wes Craven's horror movie The Hills Have Eyes. The Halloween screening is happening at SNF Parkway Theatre. The ticket is only $10, so don't miss your chance to strike a nerve!

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