" />

January 2020 events

My monthly calendar will help you find some January 2020 events in and near Baltimore. It’s a great month for dining out. See details below. In addition, get the details on the events by following the links in the listing.

Winter Lights

January 2020 events, Winter Lights– Bach in Baltimore.
Image: Bach in Baltimore

Come and enjoy Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, Part V & Cantata 153 on Sunday, January 5 at 4 p.m. at the Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles Street in Baltimore.

Baby & Toddler Storytime

January 2020 events, baby & toddler story time at Enoch Pratt Northwood.
Image: Enoch Pratt Free Libary

Come to the Northwood Branch of the Enoch Pratt Library located at 4420 Loch Raven Boulevard, Baltimore, MD 21218 for a special story time just for the little ones on January 9 at 10:30 a.m. Check the website for additional story times and other programs.

Baltimore City Restaurant Week

January 2020 events, baltimore restaurant week
Image: Baltimore Restaurant Week

Feeling hungry? Check out the restaurants involved in Baltimore Restaurant Week on January 10-19. Get special deals at participating restaurants, and even more importantly, to supporting local restaurants.

Harbor Point Ice Festival

January 2020 events, Harbor Point Ice Festival
Image: Harbor Point Ice Festival

Come to the Harbor Point Ice Festival on January 11 at 650 South Exeter Street, #200, Baltimore, MD 21202 with live music, ice sculpture, food, drink and more.

Baltimore County Restaurant Week

January 2020 events, Baltimore County Restaurant Week.
Image: Baltimore County Restaurant Week

If you missed Baltimore Restaurant Week then give Baltimore County Restaurant Week a try. Just like the event in the city, this event features restaurants in Baltimore County offering special deals from January 17-February 1. Likewise, you will be supporting local eateries.

Plunge Maryland

Baltimore 2020 events, Plunge Maryland.
Image: Polar Bear Plunge

Do something good and join the Special Olympics Maryland at Sandy Point State Park on January 23-25th and enjoy Plungefest. Above all, help raise money and awareness for the Special Olympics.

Spectrum of Fashion Exhibition

Image: Maryland Historical Society

Come see Maryland Historical Society’s costume collection. You’ll see nearly 100 examples of women’s and men’s clothing. Included in the exhibit are accessories, as well as decorative arts. To sum up, you’ll see lots of interesting things that will give you new insights on Maryland’s history. On view through October 2020.

Black Baltimore in the Photographs of John Clark Mayden

Untitled; Patterson Park, 2005. The Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University. ©2019 John Clark Mayden
Untitled; Patterson Park, 2005. The Sheridan Libraries, Johns Hopkins University.
©2019 John Clark Mayden

Visit the George Peabody Library through March 1, 2020. You will enjoy Baltimore Baltimore in the Photographs by John Clark Mayden. The stark nature of these images are in stark contrast to what most photo exhibits show.

Baltimore Spirits Co. Tours

Baltimore Spirits Company is a city treasure.
Image: Baltimore Spirits Company

Baltimore Spirits Company offers free tours every Saturday from 12-6pm. Furthermore, they begin every half hour and do not require an reservation. In other words, you’ll enjoy this tour whenever you are available.

baltimore cruises
Image: Spirit of Baltimore Cruises

Any time: Spirit of Baltimore Dinner Cruise. Due to popular demand, these cruises are all year round. See the beautiful sights around the harbor in addition to the large tanks with murals of our favorite Baltimore athletes.

Contact Gigi to add your event to the monthly calendar. Also she is happy to talk to you about your real estate needs.

Leave a reply

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>