Weekend Wrap-Up: Geek Out


This weekend promises to bring out the inner geek in you. Whether you’re a 2000s junkie, a historic ship-head, a square dance fanatic, or obsessed with metal (not the musical kind), we have events in and nearby to Canton for you. Geek out, Canton, cause it’s the weekend!

Baltimore Bike Party: 2000s

For some of us (ahem) its hard to believe we’re already throwing nostalgic parties for the 2000s decade. But if anyone is going to bust out the Ricky Martin and bring back frosted tips, we’re ok with it being Bike Party. As usual, meet at St. Mary’s park at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 30 and roll out on a bike party through the city by 7 p.m. The ride ends at Lexington Market and is Bike Party’s first full outdoor event. Tickets for drinks at the after party are $4 or 3 drinks for $10.

Pride of Baltimore II Homecoming in Fell’s Point

The Pride of Baltimore II (a majestic, historic ship) just took a two month, 2,700+ nautical mile summer voyage. Help welcome it home this Saturday, July 1. Pride II will be escorted by a fleet of ships and sail past Fort McHenry at 11 a.m. It’s grand arrival in Fell’s Point will be at 12:15 p.m. From 1-7 p.m. receive free deck tours on the Broadway Pier.

Made in Metality’s Anniversary Event at Plug Ugly’s

Are you a fan of Made in Metality’s yellow troops ribbons or other various metal art you’ve seen hanging around your city. Now’s your chance to celebrate and potentially win a new metal piece. On Saturday, July 1 from 5 to 9 p.m., Plug Ugly’s is hosting Made in Metality for its anniversary.  Raffle tickets are on sale now to win a a kind coffee table or a custom crab address sign. There will also be various ribbons and coasters available. All ticket proceeds will go directly to the non-profit Veterans Housing Organization.

Baltimore Square Dance in Hampden

Billed as “Baltimore’s best old-timey dance party”, there’s never been a better time to head to Hampden than for a night of square dance. The Ideal Arts space on the Avenue is hosting the dance party on Friday, June 30 with live, old time music starting at 7:30 p.m. There’s no experience necessary and the cost is $12 and $7 for students. Yee-ha!

First Sundays at Baltimore Farmer’s Market and Bazaar

The Sunday Farmer’s Market under the bridge (83) is kicking it up a notch this summer with First Sundays. This Sunday from 7 a.m. to noon, join the Independence Celebration and enjoy special guests, performances, cooking classes and giveaways. That’s all in addition to the delicious produce and snacks you can grab at the market every week.


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