Join the Baltimore Architecture Foundation for Two FREE* Anniversary Events this holiday weekend.
First, we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Harborplace with a presentation and walking tour.
To commemorate the role Baltimore’s Inner Harbor area and Harborplace played in shaping the history of modern-day Baltimore, Urban Planner and Journalist, Martin Millspaugh, along with the Baltimore Architecture Foundation will offer a free, narrated presentation relating to the documentary, Global Harbors: A Waterfront Renaissance. Mr. Millspaugh’s presentation will be introduced by author and authority on Baltimore architecture and development, Charles B. Duff. A free, guided walking tour of the harbor area, hosted by Mr. Duff, will follow the presentation. The walking tour will showcase the history and future of this outstanding example of urban renewal.
Presentation & Walking Tour
SATURDAY, JULY 3, 2010 :: 10:00 AM
Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
5th Floor, Watertable Ballroom
202 E. Pratt Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21202
No registration necessary
On Monday July 5th we’ll celebrate another anniversary — The 175th Anniversary of The Thomas Viaduct.
Join us from 11:00am -2:00pm at the Patapsco Valley State Park for an afternoon of events including music by Daniels Community Band, Irishman’s Chorale and Sam “Mule-Man” Miller
Telegraphers in costume, Civil War re-enactors (with cannon!), mounted park rangers, model trains, games and activities for the kids and refreshments and vendors.
175th Anniversary of The Thomas Viaduct
Monday, July 5th :: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Patapsco Valley State Park : Avalon Area
5120 South Street
Halethorpe, MD 21227
*Patapsco Valley State Park charges fees of $2 per person (state resident) and $3 per person (out of state) to enter the park itself …unless you tell the attendant that you were “invited by FPVHG”. (Friends of Patapsco Valley & Heritage Greenway) If you do the entrance fee will be waived!