The Charm City Scene: September 27 – October 3

Can you build it? Yes you can, with Bob the Builder at the Port Discovery Children’s Museum! Ready to rock? Dan Deacon will meet you halfway at the Rams Head. Searching for your weekly dose of green? Visit the weekly Farmers’ Market and Bazaar.

Starting the week off right, why not take in a concert from a Baltimore native? Playing to a home crowd on Wednesday night at the Rams Head, Dan Deacon makes his triumphant return to Baltimore. Deacon is famous for his live shows that frequently bring him right into the middle of the audience for an electric collision of noise, sweat and musical bliss. Deacon will be joined by openers Wolf Eyes, Get ‘Em Mamis and more on this night that is sure to end late. Doors open at 7pm and admission is $10 or free with any student ID.

To add to the start of a great weekend in Baltimore, take your own “can do” crew to the Port Discovery Children’s Museum, and help Bob the Builder install new sinks and appliances in his mobile home and building workshop. This family-friendly exhibition brings team-building activities and creativity together in a lively learning environment. Mobdro There are so many activities to partake in that you are sure to leave exhausted, having spent a fun filled day at the museum using your hands. This exhibition is also “green” focused, and there are activities centered on water conservation and electricity consumption. So what are you waiting for, grab your favorite tools, put on a smile and come on down! Bob the Builder – Project: Build It! is on exhibit until January 2, 2011.

To end the week, enjoy a sunny day outside at Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar underneath the Jones Falls Expressway. Every Sunday from May to December, the Farmers’ Market takes over Holliday and Saratoga streets and fills them to the brim with vendor stands offering an overabundance of crisp produce, organic meats, invigorating herbs, fresh cut flowers, Mobdro for Kodi handicrafts and more! There is so much to see and buy that you may need to take a couple of trips to your car or bring along a few extra arms. The Farmers’ Market opens at 7am and concludes at noon, so wake up early and enjoy the smells, tastes and sights that it has to offer.

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