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B’More Social July 29-31 Food trucks, BARCS dogs, water ballet and more!

Inside_Out_(2015_film)_posterThe heat wave has broken! You can actually enjoy your time outside, this weekend—without packing 10 bottles of water and a sweat towel.


Movie under the Stars

With Baltimore’s recent heat wave finally a thing of the past (for now), enjoy sometime outside with the family for a showing of “Inside Out” at the 29th Street Community Center’s “Movie under the Stars” event. Grab a blanket (or chairs) and settle in for Pixar’s newest charmer. And if you’re feeling puckish, popcorn, candy and soda will be for sale.

Free. 8:30 p.m. at the 29th Street Community Center.


Hamilton Festival

Enjoy great music, food vendors and art and craft vendors in Hamilton this weekend at the 23rd annual Hamilton Festival. With an added third music stage this year, the event is sure to give everyone an act to look forward to.

Free. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. in Hamilton neighborhood.

SeaDog Adoption Event

Looking to add a little more love to the family? It might be the right time to bring in Spot or Mittens, and BARCS has you covered. The shelter is partnering with SeaDog, the harbor cruise ship, for their Inner Harbor adoption event Saturday. And if you adopt that day, you get a voucher for a free cruise later! Free. 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Inner Harbor.

Trifecta Food Truck Festival

Food! Let’s be real, that’s all most of us really want on a regular basis—some good food. Baltimore County’s largest food truck festival returns this weekend at the Timonium Fairgrounds with more than 25 gourmet food trucks, live music, local artisan vendors, dunk tank, cornhole and kids’ activities galore. Bonus: kids 12 and under are free! Tickets: $15-50 for adults, free for kids 12 and under. 12-9 p.m. at Timonium Fairgrounds.


Science Fair! The Water Ballet

Fluid Movement’s annual water ballet is getting science-y this year. With scenes celebrating space, environment, energy and chemistry, among others, the show should bring to mind those school science competitions of old.

Tickets: $10. 5 and 7 p.m. at Druid Hill Park Pool.

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