This weekend is all about movement. Activities include yoga flow, electronic dance grooving, swinging, and swaying. Whatever you do, just keep moving.
Grab a yoga mat and head out into the Friday night to celebrate the Perseids Meteor Shower with Pop Up Yoga Baltimore. The event, hosted by Baltimore Pop-Up Yoga at Canton Waterfront Park, is celestial-themed, so wear your bright/fun/themed clothing and participate in the all-levels yoga class. A yoga mat, water, and towel are recommended. The class goes from 8 to 9:15 p.m., but come early to secure a spot. The event is donation-based so bring cash or Venmo to support the organizers.
Blue Moon Cafe Celebrates its 21st Birthday
A go-to local breakfast destination known for its signature Captain Crunch French Toast celebrates its 21st birthday this weekend. Both locations of Blue Moon Cafe will be serving food and drink specials all weekend long in honor of their big 2-1. Try Bloody Mary eggs Benedict or champagne and strawberry French toast. You’re invited to stop by either Blue Moon Café location in Fells Point or Blue Moon Too within the Federal Hill neighborhood this Saturday and Sunday, August 12 and 13 for the adventurous bites that the café is best known for throughout Baltimore.
Electronic music fans take note: the Moonrise Festival is back at Pimlico Race Course this weekend for a festival full of electro, house, trap, dubstep, trance and more. Day passes are available between $174 and $184.
Ever dreamed of hitting golf balls into Baltimore’s Inner Harbor? Now’s your chance to do it (responsibly)! Splash City Golf and Sandlot are setting up a unique driving range experience this Sunday, August 13 from noon to 3 p.m. Don’t worry, you won’t hurt the fishies. Each golf ball degrades in two days and is filled with a fish food center. Don’t have clubs? Splash City Golf provides lefty or righy 52 degree sand wedges at no additional cost. If you decide to bring your own clubs, please note that participants are only allowed to hit sand wedges, pitching wedges, or 9 irons at this location. Tickets are sold by tee times and there are only a couple time slots left.
We can’t believe it is the final concert of the Patterson Park Summer Concert series. Check out the Bellevederes. Bring a picnic, blanket, chairs, and some money to spend on local vendors and catch the Bellevederes older funk and soul tunes that get concert-goers up and dancing. Concert activities begin on Sunday, August 13 at 6:30 p.m.