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Cal Ripken stole our hearts and made Orange one of our favorite colors, sure, but our sports legacy is so much more. Downtown Baltimore is home to a neighborhood devoted to stadiums. Have you walked through Ridgely’s Delight lately? Purple Fridays is a holiday in this town for a reason (Go Ravens!).

Residents like their sports too, taking up bocce ball and kick ball in public parks all around Downtown with the Baltimore Social Sports Club. And we even have our own Beach Volleyball Courts – how many Downtown’s can say that.

Enjoy free yoga in parks and plazas most of the year – Fed Hill has classes, Downtown Partneship hosts classes in Center Plaza and Preston Gardens, and Waterfront Partnership hosts in West Shore Park.


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  • Big Truck Day

    Bring the entire family to see the big trucks and other vehicles that keep Baltimore City running. Explore vehicles used by the Fire Department, the Police Department, the Department of Transportation, the Department of General Services, the Department of Public Works, and more, Sat. May 12, at the Baltimore Museum of Industry

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  • Neighborhood Lights in Bromo

    Light City is coming to the Bromo Tower at Lombard and Eutaw streets beginning April 6th. Bromo resident Sean Michael Kenny constructed a trio of installations throughout the Tower with light, lenses, and reflective material to manipulate physical properties of light and emptiness of space to create works of art. In short, the tower is going to look really cool.

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