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Baltimore Festivals 2018 - 2019 Calendar

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Sprout Touring Film Festival Cheverly, MD
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Baltimore Running Festival Baltimore, MD
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Maryland Renaissance Festival Annapolis, MD
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Maryland Million Day Laurel, MD
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Silver Spring Arts & Crafts Fair Silver Spring, MD
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HallowRead Ellicott City, MD
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Maryland STEM Festival Baltimore, MD
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Silver Spring Arts & Crafts Fair Silver Spring, MD
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First Sunday Arts Festival Annapolis, MD
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Catonsville High School PTSA Craft Fair Catonsville, MD
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REEL ROCK Film Tour Silver Spring, MD
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Sprout Touring Film Festival Belcamp, MD
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Baltimore Whiskey Festival Baltimore, MD
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Brew and Bourbon Classic Laurel, MD
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Christmas Village in Baltimore Baltimore, MD
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Kennedy Krieger Institute Festival of Trees Timonium, MD
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Hampden, Maryland Miracle on 34th Street Baltimore, MD
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About Baltimore, MD

Baltimore, or Charm City as it's called, was founded in 1727 and is the largest city in Maryland. Once a major port and manufacturing hub, Baltimore now is home to financial services firms, world famous hospitals such as Johns Hopkins, some of the best crabcakes you will ever eat, The Preakness Stakes, and rabid sports fans who root for the Orioles and Ravens. Famous residents include Edgar Allen Poe, Babe Ruth and Billie Holiday. Baltimore holds festivals year round including the the Frozen Harbour Music Festival and Maryland Deathfest.