May 18th, 2020
Bring everything Baltimore has to offer into your home! With the COVID-19 pandemic still taking a toll on local businesses, it is more important now than ever before to show your support. Even though you can’t fully experience the city right now, there are plenty of ways to enjoy it right at home!
THB Take Home Bagel Making Kits
You don’t have to leave the house for delicious fresh bagels! THB is selling make your own bagel kits, so you can have fresh-baked bagels at home whenever you want. Kits come with eight uncooked bagels, cream cheese, and a variety of toppings and seeds, so everyone in your home can customize their bagels any way they want.
KSM Virtual Candle Making
Crafting is a great quarantine activity, and candle making is a fun, unique craft you can do right at home! KSM is selling candle kits with all of the materials you need to participate in their virtual candle making classes. You can choose any scent you want, including Watermelon Sugar, Honeysuckle Jasmine, White Sage, Orange Blossom, and more!
Charm City Virtual Trivia
Spend time with friends and family while social distancing with trivia! Get a group together and sign up for Charm City Trivia’s virtual trivia. Registering a team is easy, and the games are super fun! Games are held Wednesday-Sunday multiple times a day.
Flowers and Fancies
With the sunny warm weather, succulent growing is a great activity to do at home! Flowers and Fancies is selling succulent kits in small, medium, and large sizes, so you can have succulents that are as small or as big as you would like. Kits come with four succulents and four pots and are an easy way to add a little something extra to your home!
Mr. Nice Guy Cocktails
Turn your home into a bar! Mr. Nice Guy Cocktails is serving cocktails to go, so you can still enjoy your favorite drinks. Mr. Nice Guy is also hosting weekly virtual bingo and trivia, so you can still play bar games with your family and friends.
Baltimore’s Treasures Virtual Tour
The Baltimore Architecture Foundation and Baltimore Heritage are hosting a series of virtual tours and presentations to show you some of the most beautiful aspects of the city. The fourth tour of the series is about Baltimore’s hidden treasures. Join host Meg Fairfax Fielding, former president of the Baltimore Architecture Foundation, in taking a look at some of the lesser known, yet just as incredible features of the city!
Baltimore Garden City Virtual Tour
The fifth tour of the series is about the Garden City Movement in Baltimore, hosted by Charles Duff. Baltimore is the city that was most influenced by the movement, and you will get to learn about all of the incredible places in Baltimore that were touched by this monumental movement on this 30 minute virtual tour!