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B’More Social: June 23-25 It's going to be a great weekend!


Music on Main Street
Reistertown’s annual outdoor concert series kicks off with cool cover band Honey Extractor.
Free. 7-10 p.m. at 33 Cockeys Mill Rd.

Feet on the Street
Towson’s weekly summer celebration returns with live music, food, drinks, a moonbounce, facepainting and more. This week’s band: Common Ground.
6:30-9:30 p.m. on Alleghany Avenue.

Summer Sounds at the Square
This fun, family-friendly weekly concert series has become a Baltimore classic. Enjoy food, drinks, a Kids’ Zone, vendors and more while listening to the sounds of a fantastic performer. Bonus: On select Fridays, the Bookmobile will park in the Square and offer each child a chance to select their own free book.
Fridays at Belvedere Square. 6-9 p.m. Free.

Treehugger 5K
Support the environmental education mission of the Irvine Nature Center at its annual Treehugger 5k race, which encourages healthy lifestyles and a healthy environment. The trails go through Irvine’s 210 acres, featuring wetland views and a variety of terrains.
At Irvine Nature Center. Register online.

Backyard Explorer
Join a National Aquarium naturalist on a unique adventure in the animal world. Explore the exhibits, spot animal tracks and seashells, grab your binoculars and search for clues and small critters. Plus: Participate in hands-on activities, listen to stories, and learn all about the lives of the animals in the aquarium. (This workshop is created for children ages 8 and up.)
At the National Aquarium, 10:00-11:30a.m. Tickets $55.

Enjoy free fitness classes (including yoga, zumba, boxing and more), giveaways, healthy food and drink and more at this free fitness festival!
Free. Beginning 9 a.m. in Harbor East.

Wade-In Festival
Roll up your pants and wade into Otter Point Creek this summer for an environmentally friendly festival offering free pontoon boat rides, canoeing, face painting, fish printing and other water-related activities and educational sessions. This river festival is the perfect chance to embrace your roots!
Free. 1 p.m. at  700 Otter Point Road.

Chesapeake Crab and Beer Festival
The fourth annual Inner Harbor fest promises plenty of food and drinks, arts and crafts, live music, fun family activities … and more than 30,000 Chesapeake Bay crabs. The fest’s two sessions are all-you-can-eat-and-drink—so grab your mugs and mallets and saddle up for a feast with family and friends. (P.S. There are lots of non-crustacean and nonalcoholic options, too.)
Ticket prices vary. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and 5-9 p.m. at Rash Field, Inner Harbor.

Join EBLO (Education Based Latino Outreach) in celebrating Latin culture, music and dance in Patterson Park. See and hear salsa, merengue, bachata, cumbia and other traditional music and dances, enjoy cultural arts and crafts and Latin cuisine, and learn more about Baltimore’s Latino community at one of the festival’s information booths.
Free. June 24-25 at Patterson Park.

Paws & Claws 5k Run and Walk

Join the Animal Welfare League of Frederick for this fun run and walk. The best part? Your furry friends can join you! Dogs are welcome along the route.
At Baker Park in Frederick. Registration $30.

Baby Time Fun for Under One
These workshops for kids ages birth-2 are a perfect chance to socialize for babies and parents like. Learn new songs, rhymes, and movement with your infant.
At the Govans Branch Library, 10:00a.m. Free.


Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar
Stop by Maryland’s largest producer-only market! Purchase an assortment of produce, meats, dairy, breads, flowers, and unique crafts and collectibles, or spend the morning simply browsing and enjoying the Baltimore community
Under the Jones Falls Expressway. Free.

River Romp
Cool off in the Middle Patuxent River with a day of swimming, family-friendly games and more.
At Robinson Nature Center. $6 per person or $25 per family

Groovin’ in the Grass
The beloved outdoor concert series returns with music from classic rockers Tall in the Saddle.
6-8 p.m. at Ladew Gardens.

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