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Everyone, gather round! Our team has done it once again this year! Here are this years maps to both events by your Harbor Park Garage team! So bookmark this page, or download these maps we are always going to hook you up not just with parking but with maps as well. Check out our Brilliant Baltimore x Light City x Baltimore Book Festival guide in having the best time enjoying these festival mashups! Map for Baltimore Light City                     Map for Baltimore Book Festival

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Downtown Baltimore will shimmer this November when, for ten days at the beginning of the month, two of the city’s most popular events descend upon the Inner Harbor, just as Daylight Savings Time comes to an end. Brilliant Baltimore is the combination of the arts festival Light City and the Baltimore Book Festival. Dubbed a Festival of Light & Literature, Brilliant Baltimore takes place from Nov. 1 through Nov. 10, 2019, throughout the afternoons and evenings. What Is Light City? Light City, a spectacular festival of light, music and innovative thinking, returns to the city for its fourth year this fall. Light City includes tonsRead More →

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Parents take note: the Baltimore Book Festival takes place in downtown Baltimore from Friday, September 28 through Sunday, September 30. The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day and, from start to finish, is packed with fun, kid-friendly activities. Before heading to the festival with your family, take a few minutes to check out what’s on tap for families each day. Most of the family-oriented activities take place in the festival’s Craft Corridor or on the Enoch Pratt Free Library Children’s Stage. In both locations, fun events for kids take place all day long. Here’s a look at some of the highlights,Read More →

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The Baltimore Book Festival, one of the region’s most hotly anticipated events, takes place in downtown Baltimore from Friday, September 28 through Sunday, September 30. The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day and includes talks, demos and interactive activities designed to appeal to lovers of a wide variety of book styles and subjects. Throughout the weekend, festival-goers will have the opportunity to hear and meet dozens of writers, including both Marylanders and those from outside the area. The books represented include everything from science fiction and romance to kids’ lit and hard-hitting non-fiction. The list of participating authors is impressive, chockRead More →

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The Baltimore Book Festival – the city’s annual celebration of literary culture – returns to downtown Baltimore this month. The festival takes place in the Inner Harbor from September 28-30, 2018; it runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day. What to Expect The Baltimore Book Festival features a wide range of authors and activities – there’s something for every book lover of every age. The festival will include over 100 exhibitors and booksellers, readings, cooking demos, book signings, panel discussions, kids’ projects and more. There will also be live music and food, beer and wine. The festival is organized by stage and pavilion,Read More →

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Sunday, September 24, 2017 11AM National Aquarium presents: Amy Sutherland, Kicked, Bitten and Scratched and Rescuing Penny Jane Whether you are a fan of the furry or finned, bestselling author and journalist Amy Sutherland will delight you with true-life tales about animals and the people that care for them. Learn about National Aquarium staff featured in Kicked, Bitten and Scratched, Amy’s memoir of the year she spent shadowing students at the top college for exotic animal trainers, and hear about her newest book, Rescuing Penny Jane, about the dedicated people who work to save shelter dogs. INNER HARBOR STAGE PRESENTED BY TOWSON UNIVERSITY Event DetailsRead More →

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Saturday, September 23, 2017 11AM Stephen Hunter, G-Man and Will Englund, March 1917: On the Brink of War and Revolution Stephen Hunter is the author of twenty novels and the retired chief film critic for The Washington Post, where he won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Distinguished Criticism. His novels include The Third Bullet, Sniper’s Honor, I, Sniper, I, Ripper, and Point of Impact, which was adapted for film and TV as Shooter. Hunter lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Will Englund explores events in Russia and the United States in the crucial weeks before American entry into World War I. A veteran MoscowRead More →