The ground hog did not retreat back into his burrow this morning and I suggest you follow his lead because hey, spring might be here soon. Either way, there are a lot of fun events happening this month that you do not want to miss.
The local documentary, Brewmore Baltimore, will be shown at the Baltimore Museum of Industry on Thursday. There is no better way to enjoy some popcorn and a beer than learning about beer brewing history and its reemergence in Baltimore at the same time.
The best part about being an adult is choosing how you handle big life decisions, like is it okay to eat ice cream for breakfast? The Charmery says yes, especially on Ice Cream for Breakfast Day. There will be a full lineup of special flavors (think French Toast and Cinnamon Roll), served alongside fresh Belgian Waffles and Spro coffee. To top it off, it is not only socially acceptable but highly encouraged to wear your PJs.
Single and hoping to meet a new sweetheart? Check out Baltimore Magazine’s Top Singles Party at the newly renovated Baltimore Museum of Art.
Thanks to the blizzard, M. Power’s Rock N’ Flow yoga class was rescheduled to this month. Head over to Ram’s Head Live to enjoy the perfect pairing of music and yoga.
February 12th & 13th
If you are looking for a way to celebrate the upcoming Valentine’s Day, head up to Hampden to check out BMore Musical’s Red Velvet Evening at the Ideal Arts Space. It will feature love songs from Broadway shows, movies, and recent pop songs. And bonus… the event is BYOB!
Forget getting dressed up and attempting to get a reservation for Valentine’s Day, stay in your PJs and head over to Mother’s Federal Hill Grill for their bi-annual Pajama Brunch. You may be noticing a PJ theme in this blog post, but this time you get 1/2 off your ENTIRE check (including booze) if you’re wearing your PJs. (P.S. no joking, real PJs, no sweats)
Okay, fine, by now you are looking to get out of those PJs. Get dressed up to the nines for the Black Tie Baltimore party at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. All net proceeds go to support three education-related non-profits in the Baltimore area – Carson Scholars Fund, Midtown Academy, and Teach for America.
Union Craft Brewing is hosting a Pinewood Derby at the end of the month. Head over to their website for official rules & regs, but be ready to design based on speed and style.