Weekend Wrap-Up: Jam-Packed


Jam through this cold November weekend. Whether you choose to jam through the Harbor by bike, jam to a Grateful Dead tribute band, try some bacon jam, or jam your shopping bag with local veggies: it is going to be a jam-packed (and oh so crisp!) fall weekend.

Bike & Brunch Tour on Baltimore Harbor’s Waterfront

Elevate your brunch from basic to bike-able. Join the Bike & Brunch tour at the Harbor East Bike Share station at 10 a.m., Saturday, November 11, for a tour of the Baltimore Harbor Waterfront and a yummy brunch stop at the end of your 3 mile jaunt. Both the brunch and bike ride wraps up by 2 p.m. Tickets are $20, not including brunch (which ranges from $9 – $35). Bring your own bike or rent at the starting point.

Grateful Dead Tribute Band at Monument City Brewing Company

Our new favorite local event spot (with beer), Monument City Brewing Company, is throwing another psychedelic Saturday afternoon party. Join them on Saturday, November 11 to hang out with a Grateful Dead tribute band (The Golden Road) and grab some food from Wild Thyme. The band will be playing from  3 to 6 p.m., and food from Wild Thyme will be available all day.

Baltimore Bacon Jam at Powerplant Live

It’s bacon! And lots of it. Powerplant Live tempts Baltimore bacon lovers with a Bacon Jam festival this Saturday, November 11 from 1 to 5 p.m. 20 local vendors (including Southern Provisions, Meat Crafters, and Clark burger) will be serving up bacon-themed dishes and cocktails. The event is anchored by local bands and a bacon craft cocktail competition. Tickets are $10-$65 depending on food and drink packages.

Baltimore’s Farmer’s Market & Bazaar

While many of the city’s farmer’s markets have closed up stands for the colder months, Baltimore’s Farmer’s Market and Bazaar is keeping on with seasonal goodies. Head to the market under the JFK Expressway (Holiday and Saratoga Streets) on Sunday, November 12 from 7 a.m. to noon. Snack on prepared foods from several local vendors while you shop and jam your bag with winter vegetables to get you through the cold snap.


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