You’re in the thick of summer and its relentless heat this weekend. It’s the perfect opportunity to design what you’ll accomplish this summer. Is your goal to sip pints in the park? Catch an Os game? Or are you an over-acheiver and looking to perfect flower crown crafting? Perhaps you need to work on your yoga practice? Regardless of your design, make summer work for you this weekend:
Need a lawn to chill on with a beer? The Downtown Partnership hosts monthly, outdoor happy hours at Center Plaza (Inner Harbor) perfect for a rendez-vous with busy city friends. Pints in the Park invites you to eat, drink, play corn hole, ping pong, and lawn games (kids are welcome) on Friday, July 15 from 5 to 8 p.m. Sip local beer from Heavy Seas and Calvert Brewing Co. Happy hour prices are $3 each or two for $5. Food and drinks will also be available fromBrickNFire Pizza, The Tiki Bar, and Linganore Winecellars.
You almost forgot to go to an Os game this summer, didn’t you? Reclaim your Baltimore status by heading to Camden Yards this weekend to watch the Orioles take on the Chicago Cubs. Head to the ballpark Friday or Saturday, July 14 and 15 for a 7:05 p.m. evening game or Sunday, July 15 for a 1:35 p.m. game. Wear all of your orange gear, drink orange crushes, and find some shaded seats to watch the game.
What is summer without flower crowns? Bring out your inner Bohemian this weekend with a flower crown workshop at Painted Palette Baltimore, co-sponsored by UrbanStems. The workshop is held Saturday, July 15 from 6 to 8 p.m. The two-hour event will take you through the basics of making stellar summer flower crowns. Participants will leave with an introduction to floral accessories and a finished flower crown ready to wear. Tickets are $45 and include all materials.
Free your summer flow at Pop-Up Yoga at Canton Waterfront Park on Sunday, July 15. Bring a mat (a limited number will be available), towel, water, and sunglasses. Come early, around 9 a.m., to get a spot and get ready to flow at 9:30 a.m. This is a donation-based event; both cash and Venmo are accepted.