When you love your job as much as we do, every day feels like the weekend – right? RIGHT? Sorry, we’ll stop the whole Pollyanna thing. So what to do when you’re not one of the lucky ones? Plan a jam-packed weekend full of fun, that’s what!
DO: Pick your own peaches at Baugher’s Orchard. Wear your old jeans and get ready for some southern style fun in the sun. Take some friends or your main squeeze and hold on tight as you tour the farm on a hay bailing flat bed! *Bonus – entry is free, just pay for what you pick. Find out more about Baugher’s Orchard.
SEE: Ditch the farm gear and get all gussied up to watch some chic shows at the 4th Annual Baltimore Fashion Week. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 7:44pm. Find out more about Baltimore Fashion Week
EAT: After you enjoy a fierce fashion show, pretend like you’re visiting Paris Fashion Week and head over to Kali’s Court to discuss the latest trends. This ultra cozy, romantic, Mediterranean jaunt will have your tongues wagging for more. Applewood bacon risotto – yes please! Find out more about Kali’s Court.
DO: Baltimore Comic-Con. Enjoy all the out-there anomalies you’ve heard about the West Coast showcase. Stan Lee is this years guest of honor, so make sure to bring your limited edition of Doctor Strange and get there early. Sunday tickets are $15 at the door. Find out more about Baltimore Comic-Con.
SEE: The rolls of thunder that are coming our way this weekend will make a perfect backdrop to “Unraveled On The Gravel”. The buzz-worthy musical that is being dubbed the first of it’s kind in Baltimore Playwrights Festival history, offers up a unique story and some raw potential. Find out more about “Unraveled On The Gravel”.
EAT: After your 90-minute mind bender, head over to Brewer’s Art for creative eats and some Baltimore brewed concotions. This underground hipster hangout has been the hot spot for years. Besides delectable creations like roasted berkshire pork belly, their claim to fame is the Resurrection – don’t ask, just try it. Find out more about Brewer’s Art.