Weekend Wrap-up: Annuals

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This weekend is all about celebrating a few fantastic annual events. We’re predicting near-perfect weather and the smells of fall in the air. Time to get out and party, Canton, cause it’s the weekend!

Two Rivers Park BBQ and 12th Birthday

Our favorite little tucked away green space in Canton, Two Rivers Park, is hosting its own 12th birthday bash in honor of the day it turned green. Stroll over to the park on Saturday, September 16 from 2 to 5 p.m. Grab some food and beverages and enjoy some time with the neighbors.

Baltimore Royal Princess Ball at Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor

Now’s your kids’ chance (or yours) to dance with princesses. Dream Parties will host a Royal Princess Ball at Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor on Saturday, September 16. The event includes stage performances, dancing, stories, picture opportunities and an afternoon of magical entertainment.  Kids are also invited to participate in the rescue the Princess mission. Tickets are available from $34 to $50. VIP entry (early) is at 3:45 pm and general admission is at 4:30 pm.

Chasseur 4th Anniversary and Opening Bash

Chasseur is celebrating its 4th Anniversary with a brand new addition: a 3rd floor oyster and crush bar to satisfy all of your cravings. Check out the new digs this Saturday, September 16 from noon until close. The Chasseur always throws fantastic parties, so plan to knock back a few oyster shooters, and spend the day with friends on their beautiful, airy top floor.

4th Annual Baltimore Seafood Festival at Canton Waterfront Park

It’s the best weekend of the year to get crabby. That’s because the Baltimore Seafood Festival is back at Canton Waterfront Park. If you’ve missed us raving about it until now, there’s still time to grab a ticket and join us waterside as you stroll through tents filled with glorious seafood options and more. Fill up on a lobster roll or some tuna tartar. Watch cooking demos. Listen to live music. Shop at local vendors. Do all the things you love in one place.

 

 

2 Comment

  1. There is also a Polish festival at Holy Rosary Church this Saturday and Sunday!

    1. Jasmine Touton says:

      Thanks for sharing! We don’t always get a chance to feature every weekend event, but this sounds like a great one.

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