& MOTHER SETON HOUSE HISTORIC SEMINARY CHAPEL FREE admission & parking! Groups welcome Segs in the City Clifton Park Golf Course 207 S. Albemarle St.; 1-800-734-7393; SegsInTheCity.com A unique way to see Baltimore, providing an overview of the city’s history and culture. 2701 St. Lo Dr.; 410-243-3500; Classic5Golf.com Baltimore’s first public golf course, built on the grounds of Johns Hopkins’ summer estate. Special Events Baltimore Ofﬁce of Promotion & The Arts 10 E. Baltimore St., 10th Fl.; 410-752-8632; PromotionAndArts.org BOPA produces special events for citizens and visitors, including Artscape, the Baltimore Book Festival, sports competitions, parades, festivals, concerts, fireworks and family and holiday celebrations. It also manages the Top of the World Observation Level and the Cloisters and School 33 Art Center. Caribbean American Carnival Association of Baltimore, Inc. z z STEP BACK in TIME... be inspired 600 N. Paca St. www.stmaryspacast.org z z U.S.’s First Roman Catholic Seminary (1791) Mother Seton, First U.S. Born Saint (1808-09) Refuge for people of color First Neo-Gothic church in America 20 N. Kossuth St.; 410-362-2957; BaltimoreCarnival.com A non-profit Caribbean cultural organization, which promotes and provides the community with a diverse opportunity to showcase Caribbean customs. Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, Inc. 20 S. Charles St., 6th Fl.; 410-244-1030; GoDowntownBaltimore.com This nonprofit corporation works with business and government to identify needs, develop strategies, shape public policy and implement programs to strengthen the economic vitality of downtown and its role within the region. Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance 1800 N. Charles St., Ste. 810; 410-230-0200; BaltimoreCulture.org GBCA nurtures and promotes a vibrant, diverse and sustainable arts and cultural community essential to the region’s quality of life. The Pride Center of Maryland (formerly GLCCB) 2530 N. Charles St., 3rd Fl.; 410-777-8145; PrideCenterMD.org This nonprofit community center is dedicated to serving LGBT people in Baltimore and Central Maryland. Visit Baltimore Events One hundred examples from the costume collection Four centuries of American history One exhibition AT MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY THE through October 2020 400 East Pratt St., Fl. 10; 410-659-7300; Baltimore.org Visit Baltimore, a membership-based organization, is the official destination development and marketing leader for Greater Baltimore, responsible for generating incremental economic benefits to the community through the attraction of convention and leisure visits. Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore 650 S. Exeter St., Ste. 200; 443-743-3308; WaterfrontPartnership.org The driving force behind a cleaner, more attractive and more exciting waterfront! Sports & Recreation Fitness/Wellness Healing on the Bay, Inc. 52 2714 N. Calvert St., 2nd Fl.; 410-299-6037; HealingOnTheBay.com Life and wellness coach in practice since 1980 offering medical, sports, relaxation and chair massage for events businesses and parties. Also offering “Wellness on the Water.” Opening gala and fashion show OCTOBER 5, 2019, with designer Christian Siriano as special guest. LEARN MORE: www.mdhs.org | 410-685-3750 201 W. Monument St., Baltimore, MD 21201 B A LT I M O R E . O R G Golf Courses Carroll Park Golf Course 2100 Washington Blvd.; 410-685-8344; Classic5Golf.com A nine-hole golf course just minutes from the Inner Harbor. Compass Pointe Golf Courses 9010 Ft. Smallwood Rd., Pasadena, MD; 410-255-7764; CompassPointeGolf.com We are a 36-hole public course, less than 30 minutes from the Baltimore Inner Harbor and easily accessed via Baltimore/Washington Parkway, Route 100 and I-695. Forest Park Golf Course 2900 Hillsdale Ave.; 410-448-4653; Classic5Golf.com Features small elevated greens, tree-lined fairways, uneven terrain and challenging par 3 holes—a test for all golfers. Mount Pleasant Golf Course 6001 Hillen Rd.; 410-254-5100; Classic5Golf.com Arnold Palmer secured his second PGA win on this course, a favorite for players looking for the challenge of a classic design. Mountain Branch Golf Course 1827 Mountain Rd., Joppa, MD; 410-836-9600; MountainBranch.com This true golf and entertainment destination offers a challenging 18-hole public course. Pine Ridge Golf Course 2101 Dulaney Valley Rd., Lutherville, MD; 410-252-1408; Classic5Golf.com A beautiful and challenging, tournament-tested course on scenic Loch Raven Reservoir. The Timbers at Troy Golf Course 6100 Marshalee Dr., Elkridge, MD; 410-313-4653; TimbersGolf.com Rated four stars by Golf Digest and named one of the top 100 courses in the Mid-Atlantic by GolfStyles Magazine. Recreational Activities Angelo & Marie’s Fantastic Bubble Show Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan Area; 443-683-1406; Bubbleshow.Fimark.Net A creative bubble artist who uses festive wands in unexpected, imaginative ways to produce gorgeous bubble art, along with musical choreography that leaves the audience uplifted. Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation 6131 Hillen Rd.; 410-444-4933; BMGCGolf.com Choose from four 18-hole golf courses and one 9-hole course; secure 24-hour tee time reservations at Classic5Golf.com. Carroll Park Bike and Skate Facility 800 Baynard St.; 410-396-7019; BCRP.BaltimoreCity.gov/Parks/CarrollPark Enjoy extreme sports, dawn to dusk, Monday through Sunday, as well as monthly biking and skateboarding contests. Charm City Clue Room 6 Market Pl.; 443-970-6678; CharmCityClueRoom.com Can you escape? Solve the puzzles in less than 60 minutes to escape the Edgar Allan Poe or B&O Railroad room. Department of Recreation and Parks 3001 East Dr., Druid Hill Park; 410-396-7900; BCRP.BaltimoreCity.gov Its mission is to provide diverse recreational, environmental, cultural, educational and leisure opportunities to benefit current and future generations. Friends of Patterson Park 27 S. Patterson Park Ave.; 410-276-3676; PattersonPark.com This public park features 140 acres, recreation, history and fun.