Patch has found some events that cater to everyone, including Baltimore's Summer Restaurant Week. Participating Baltimore restaurants will offer special prix-fixe dinner menus for $35.11 and some will have lunch menus for $20.11. Check out the website for more information. Baltimore County's restaurant week begins Aug. 12.
Once you've sampled the city's fine cuisine, enjoy even more events.
is hosting Friday Story Time, where kids ages 2 to 5 can listen to stories, sing along with songs and perform fun activities.
Prices are slashed to $8 in celebration of the National Aquarium's 30th anniversary. Go and explore our water's creatures.
Join the rest of Towson for its weekly block party on Allegheny Avenue, between Washington Avenue and York Road, with live music, food, children's activities, prizes, beer and wine. Don't forget lawn chairs and blankets.
It's the Main Street Live! Summer Concert series. Head to the Hunt Valley Towne Centre for music and fun.
The Fells Point Surf Company will sponsor the Kenilworth Summer Film Series. Bring a lawn chair to the lower level parking lot for a free movie and free popcorn. Tonight's feature: Toy Story 3.
The lockout is over! Though the Ravens called off training camps in Westminster, they will be holding one open practice at M&T Bank Stadium on Saturday morning, so you can get your first glimpse of this season's team. Admission and parking are free.
All you gren thumbs, head to the plant sale, which starts 11 a.m., and an auction, which starts 12:30 p.m. Daylilies are as low as $3.
If you are interested in buying a home or want to know how the process works, the CBC National Bank can help you.
Love storytelling and comedy? Why not enjoy both when Rain Pryor and Marc Unger present students from their five-week "Art of Comedic Storytelling" class at the Magooby's Joke House?