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Downtown Partnership of Baltimore
01/21/2021

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore

Ever wanted to ask the Mayor a question or hear, first-hand, what his plans for our city are? Now's your chance!

Mayor Brandon M. Scott joins our free Downtown Download #webinar this on Tuesday, January 26, to talk about his transition plans and vision for the months and years ahead.

There's a lot to discuss and we want you to be a part of the conversation! https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h8d9PEHoSZiZsJLmsnUXXA

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services
01/20/2021

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services

NEW DATE! - The "Our POV on Youth Homelessness in Baltimore" virtual town hall will now take place on Wednesday, January 27th at 6pm. Please join us to support, uplift, and amplify the voices of youth panelists from Joy Baltimore and the Youth Action Board.
RSVP and spread the word: bit.ly/MOCFSTownHall

Thanks for all you do!
01/20/2021

Thanks for all you do!

Our team hits the streets every day to keep #DowntownBaltimore looking great.

01/19/2021
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

Chimp toddlers! 😍

Physical interactions are a big part of life in a chimpanzee troop. Chimp youngsters Lola and Violet are practicing their rough-and-tumble social skills with occasional refereeing from Violet's mom Raven 😃.

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services
01/15/2021

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services

#Repost @gbulorg with @make_repost
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*Please share with our citizens experiencing homelessness*

We’re partnering with Bonefish Grill to provide meals & the GBUL will provide wearable lightweight sleeping bags, blessing bags (travel size toiletries) clothes, lunches, music, and yoga for Baltimore residents experiencing homelessness. Donations are encouraged and welcomed. @bonefishgrill

Please visit www.gbul.org/donate
Or email [email protected]

#GBUL #NDOS #Baltimore #wearable #martinlurtherking #community #service

We can always count of The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore to deliver the babies to our feed!
01/15/2021

We can always count of The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore to deliver the babies to our feed!

Chick this out! We welcomed three endangered African penguin hatchlings in December, bringing our total to 7️⃣ chicks so far this breeding season. 🐧

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore
01/15/2021

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore

There's a lot happening in Washington right now that affects our health, economy, and the future of our country. From 9-10 am on January 19, the eve of the inauguration, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen joins our free webinar to give the latest updates and take your questions.

Our hosts, Shelonda Stokes and Councilman Eric T. Costello will ask about the latest COVID vaccination plans, unemployment benefits, stimulus packages, and the transition of power in Washington.
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yWGOgHNjTZm3z9dDAckLfQ

01/15/2021
Baltimore City Department of Transportation

Baltimore City Department of Transportation

As a result of our preliminary findings, BCDOT will remove the temporary street barriers to address ongoing community concerns and maintenance issues. BCDOT is currently working to procure upgraded barriers that will enhance the Slow Streets program. BCDOT will also reopen requests for Slow Streets installations.

The Baltimore Museum of Art
01/13/2021

The Baltimore Museum of Art

See Shan Wallace's new outdoor installation "The Avenue" now on the BMA's West Lawn.

Learn more: artbma.org/theavenue

Vaccine is here! Check to see if you're eligible, and let's win this together.
01/12/2021

Vaccine is here! Check to see if you're eligible, and let's win this together.

The Baltimore City Health Department is now providing COVID-19 vaccinations for all Priority Group 1A members that either work or live in Baltimore City.

So what does that mean? Check out these graphics to see if you qualify for vaccinations, and visit coronavirus.baltimorecity.gov/covax for more information, including how Priority Group 1A members can make an appointment for vaccinations!

All those who make appointments will be required to show proof of 1) Being a member of Priority Group 1A and 2) working or living in Baltimore City. We accept many forms of documentation to prove both! For example, printing out a copy of your certification, and bringing an id. Or printing out old pay stubs, or bringing in a “To Whom it May Concern” on company letterhead. Specific questions about identification should be send to [email protected]

At this time, if you are NOT a member of Priority Group 1A, we ask that you continue to follow us on social media for updates, visit our website, or email [email protected] for specific questions. But please, do not make appointments using our system unless you qualify!

She's killing us with cuteness!
01/11/2021

She's killing us with cuteness!

MAISIE MILESTONE: Four-month-old baby chimpanzee Maisie has 8 teeth coming in so far 🦷🐵.

The Baltimore Museum of Art
01/11/2021

The Baltimore Museum of Art

👀 Find something new today in the BMA Sculpture Gardens.

The gardens are open from 10am to dusk, Wednesday through Sunday, but closed during storms and in cases of extreme heat or cold. No reservations are required, but you'll need a mask! 😷 Call ahead to help plan your visit.

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📷: Photo of Gerhard Marcks' "Prometheus Bound II" shared by visitor @princesskathala on Instagram

Baltimore Film Office
01/11/2021

Baltimore Film Office

There's still time to apply for the 16th annual Baltimore Screenwriters Competition. The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, January 27. #bmorecreatives #mybmore

Apply now: https://bit.ly/3bg1DFW

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
01/09/2021

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

Join Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum as we commemorate civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during a weekend of virtual programming from Friday, January 15 through Monday, January 18, 2021. ⚖️

Engage with virtual events featuring art and activism programming in honor of Dr. King as we highlight the voices of community leaders and artists who live his legacy through their work.

Get an inside look at events ➡️ https://bit.ly/3biBFl9

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore
01/09/2021

Downtown Partnership of Baltimore

A lot of people are stuck at home during the pandemic but the world is still moving fast.

What kind of COVID relief programs are out there to help your family or business? What are the priorities for Baltimore's new leadership team over in the coming year? And how will the shifting balance of power in Congress affect our region?

Throughout January, our free #webinars will connect you with the leaders shaping the direction of our our city and country over the next 12 months. Join us to hear directly from Baltimore City Council President Nick J. Mosby, Senator Van Hollen, and Mayor Brandon M. Scott.

https://www.godowntownbaltimore.com/events/default.aspx?eid=1D78B003-AE8B-EA11-A2F2-000C2975210C

#proudlybaltimore #COVID19 #covidrelief #government #downtownbaltimore #economicrecovery #cities #policy

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services
01/06/2021

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services

UPDATE: PLEASE SHARE: The Mayor’s Office of Homeless Services has extended the winter shelter declaration. Winter shelter will now be available from Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021 at 4 pm through Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2021 at 9 am. Call the shelter hotline at 443-984-9540 (open from 9:30 am-9:00 pm) to connect with shelter for the night. After hours, please contact shelter providers directly.
Learn more: bit.ly/wintershelter2020

Mayor Brandon M. Scott
01/06/2021

Mayor Brandon M. Scott

Baltimore, we’re not out of the woods yet. Far too many of our neighbors are dying. Until this pandemic is behind us, the safest action you can take for yourself and your neighbors is to wear your mask on your face and over your nose.

#pullyamaskup #Baltimorecoronavirus #Baltimore

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services
01/05/2021

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services

Our deepest thanks to Eddie's Market - Charles Village for their donation of food and personal hygiene supplies to The Food Project and The Franciscan Center of Baltimore. Neighbors helping neighbors is what helps to keep our community strong!

Did you know? Patrons ages 10-19 can borrow these gadgets from the Enoch Pratt Free Library!
01/05/2021

Did you know? Patrons ages 10-19 can borrow these gadgets from the Enoch Pratt Free Library!

Learn new skills without the price tag! Your library card can check out equipment from coding robots to sewing machines with the new Teen Library of Things collection. Available for customers ages 10 to 19 only. Browse and borrow at: http://ow.ly/6wT250CWmQi

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01/05/2021

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Fencing has become art at Cab Calloway Legends Park, 2216 Druid Hill. A partnership with Druid Heights Community Development Corporation, Jubilee Arts and the artist Gary Mullen.

The fencing recognizes the icons and leaders who lived and are living in Druid Heights and West Baltimore.

This project is part of the Baltimore Green Network Plan.

In case you're ready to take down the tree. But hey, why not leave it up one more week? 🎄🎄🎄
01/04/2021
Baltimore City Department of Public Works

In case you're ready to take down the tree. But hey, why not leave it up one more week? 🎄🎄🎄

Christmas Tree Mulching and Collection Begins Saturday, Jan. 2: Residents will be able to recycle their Christmas trees by turning them into mulch beginning Jan. 2. DPW will offer free tree mulching services to Baltimore City residents from Saturday, January 2 through Saturday, February 6. Residents must bring their trees to the Northwest Citizens’ Convenience Center, located at 2840 Sisson Street, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Mon. through Sat. For residents who cannot bring their tree for mulching, DPW will offer curbside tree collection from Saturday, January 2 until Saturday, February 6. For more detail visit the DPW website at https://publicworks.baltimorecity.gov/news/press-releases/2020-12-28-christmas-tree-mulching-and-collection-set-begin-january-2

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services
01/04/2021

Mayor's Office of Homeless Services

Please Share: Winter Shelter will be in effect from Weds. Jan 6 at 4pm through Sat. Jan 9 at 9am. If you or someone you know is in need of shelter, please call 443-984-9540 or visit bit.ly/wintershelter2020 to learn more.

Baltimore Office of Sustainability
01/04/2021

Baltimore Office of Sustainability

#planfortheban #plasticbagban #plasticpollution #plasticfree #zerowaste #baltimoredpw #banplastic #plasticlitter #cleanbaltimore #littering #litter #baltimore #bluewaterbmore #mrtrashwheel #proftrashwheel #healthyharborbaltimore #baltplan #trashfreemd #captaintrashwheel #trash #bmoretrashpickers

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts
01/01/2021

Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts

Let’s make more memories! 🎉

Baltimore Office of Sustainability
01/01/2021

Baltimore Office of Sustainability

Calling all composters to the @32ndStreetFarmersMarket on Saturday! Bring your holiday #foodscraps for the pigs at @Pahlsfarmmd.
#compost #zerowaste #sustainability #foodmatters #nrdcfoodmatters #baltimoredpw #baltimorecomposts

Baltimore Office of Sustainability
01/01/2021

Baltimore Office of Sustainability

#CLEANERBALTIMORE

The Baltimore Museum of Art
12/30/2020

The Baltimore Museum of Art

Visit the five digital collages that make up SHAN Wallace: The Avenue.

The Avenue, named for Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Avenue, tells a story of the culinary histories embedded in the journeys of Black people from Africa to the Americas, and from South to North.

The work combines Shan Wallace’s personal references with the historical to explore the foundational role Black Americans have played in U.S. food culture. You’ll find The Avenue in front of the BMA’s West Lawn.

Baltimore Events | Visit Baltimore
12/30/2020
Baltimore Events | Visit Baltimore

Baltimore Events | Visit Baltimore

Whether you're looking for things to do this weekend, this month or next year, we don't want you to miss a thing. Explore Baltimore events and plan your visit.

Baltimore City Department of Public Works
12/28/2020
Baltimore City Department of Public Works

Baltimore City Department of Public Works

Christmas Tree Mulching and Collection Set to Begin Jan. 2:
Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) Acting Director Matthew W. Garbark today announced that residents will be able to recycle their Christmas trees by turning them into mulch.

DPW will offer free tree mulching services to Baltimore City residents from Saturday, January 2 through Saturday, February 6. Residents must bring their trees to the Northwest Citizens’ Convenience Center, located at 2840 Sisson Street, from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
Read more at: https://publicworks.baltimorecity.gov/news/press-releases/2020-12-28-christmas-tree-mulching-and-collection-set-begin-january-2

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
12/28/2020

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore

Address

1700 Cherry Hill Rd
Baltimore, MD
21240

Opening Hours

Monday 07:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 20:00
Thursday 07:00 - 20:00
Friday 07:00 - 00:00
Saturday 09:00 - 00:00
Sunday 09:00 - 20:00

Telephone

(410) 519-0000

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