Baltimore Running Festival

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Saturday, October 16

The Baltimore Marathon Festival features 5 races: Full Marathon, Team Relay, Half Marathon, 5K Run and Kids Fun Run. This challenging course travels through the many diverse neighborhoods including the scenic Inner Harbor waterfront area, historic Federal Hill and charming Fells Point.

Don't forget to visit the Health and Fitness Expo at M&T Stadium. Packet pick-up will be during the following hours at this location.
October 14: 10:00am - 9:00pm
October 15: 10:00am - 9:00pm

AABB 2010 Annual Meeting & CTTXPO

Baltimore Convention Center
Route Stop Number: 
219
Saturday, October 09 - Tuesday, October 12

Coming to Baltimore, the AABB Annual Meeting & CTTXPO 2010. Learn the latest in blood banking, transfusion medicine and cellular and related biological therapies, advance your career, explore state-of-the-art products and services and network with colleagues.

Stops 218 and 219 reopened with normal service.

Monday, September 27

Orange Route: Stops at Eutaw Street - Camden Yards (218) and the Convention Center (219) are now reopened with normal service. Construction in the area is still ongoing so please be mindful.

Stops 307 & 308 will be closed Sept. 23 - 26.

Wednesday, September 22

Purple Route Stop 307 - Washington Monument and Stop 308 - Eager Street will be closed Thursday, September 23 begining 9:00am through Sunday, September 26 until the end of service for the Book Festival in Mt. Vernon. A modified route will be run during the festival.

Stops 325 & 326 will be closed, Sunday, Sept. 19.

Friday, September 17

Purple Route Stops 325 (West Street) and 326 (Henrietta Street) will be closed all day Sunday, Sept. 19, due to the Street Beat Festival in Federal Hill. Regular service will resume on Monday, September 20.

Harbor East Fall Harvest

Harbor East
Route Stop Number: 
224
Saturday, September 25

Harbor East: Where President Street meets Aliceanna Street.

Celebrate Fall on the waterfront with top musical entertainment and the best Fall dining and shopping.

DANCE THE DAY AWAY and join the fun on Aliceanna Street for a FREE outdoor concert featuring some of the best bands around town. From 11 to 1pm enjoy The Real Geniuses. From 2 to 4pm enjoy Superland Stage Band. From 5 to 7pm enjoy The Bridge.

Univ. of Baltimore: Green Transportation Fair

University of Baltimore
Route Stop Number: 
309
Wednesday, September 22

The University of Baltimore sits in the center of a major hub of public transportation options. Buses, trains, Light Rail, ridesharing, even on foot. They will be celebrating the University's unique location by hosting "The HUB," UB's Green Transportation Fair.

Come to The HUB and find out how you can be part of this growing movement. Representatives from the following organizations will be on hand to talk about green transportation options for your daily commute, your business meetings in other parts of the city:

Tour Du Port

Sunday, October 03

The Tour du Port bicycle event travels through over 12 historic neighborhoods, waterfront areas and scenic parks and includes refreshments at rest stops, exhibits, sag support and a celebration featuring lunch provided by WHOLE FOODS MARKET Harbor East and Mount Washington locations and live music! All proceeds support One Less Car, a non-profit organization dedicated to walking, bicycling and mass transit alternatives.

Service to Stop 218 will be suspended Monday, Sept. 20

Friday, September 17

Service to Stop 218 (Camden Yards) will be temporarily suspended beginning Monday, September 20.  

Alternative stops are Stop 217 (Univ. of MD Medical Center) located at Lombard and Greene Street or Stop 219 (Convention Center) which has been temporarily relocated to the corner of Pratt and Hanover Streets.

An Evening with Wes Moore

Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Route Stop Number: 
201
Friday, September 24

An Evening with Wes Moore

Enjoy a reading, Q&A and book signing by national bestselling author, youth advocate, Army combat veteran, and promising business leader Wes Moore.

FREE program!  Doors open at 6 p.m.  Light refreshments provided.

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