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Black History Month in Baltimore County

Important historical figures.

Celebrate Black History Month and honor the lives and legacies of many African Americans with ties to the area.

We encourage visitors and residents alike to explore the stories of legends like:

Sports fans should visit the Hubert V. Simmons Museum of Negro Leagues Baseball in Owings Mills and don’t miss the latest book by historian Louis S. Diggs, "African Americans at Rest in Baltimore County."

A trip to the Hampton National Historic Site in Towson reveals a report that traces the lives of people who obtained their freedom from enslavement, and sought a new beginning in the County and beyond.

FeBREWary is On Tap

The FeBREWary logo.

Are you a craft beer lover? Maryland has officially dubbed the month of February, FeBREWary! The month-long celebration organizes events on tap across the state. Be sure to visit these participating Baltimore County brewers to celebrate:

Something Sweet to Beat the Cold

A boy and woman eating maple sugar sticks.

Baltimore County is home to a sweet tradition—maple sugaring! Go behind the scenes and catch a glimpse into the magical process of creating maple syrup.

County parks and nature centers will demonstrate tapping maple trees, collecting the sap and making maple syrup. See when and where to experience the “maple magic:

Upcoming Events

Jun

25

Emerge Baltimore

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Jun

29

"The View from Here"

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Aug

18

The Baltimore Station’s 3rd Annual Drive-In Movie Night

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Aug

18

Poetry Open Mic with Patti Ross

Poetry Open Mic with Patti Ross

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Aug

27

Banneker's Orchard Pollinators

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