Light City 2018 is here, and as part of that, Eye on Charlie — a celebration of the luminous peacock — will be part of a 13-night interactive experience to show off Baltimore’s different neighborhoods and kick off Light City.
Starting on Monday, April 9, Charlie will be stopping at 13 different Baltimore neighborhoods. Each day, WJZ will be giving out clues throughout the day on where you can find Charlie.
Once you find Charlie, take a selfie, and spread the word using #WJZCharlie.
Friday’s last clue:
Bishop Richard Allen, Harriet Tubman, and Barack Obama stand tall in this first museum of its kind in the nation.
Friday’s second clue:
At one time a wedding ring was pawned to help keep this national museum open.
Friday’s first clue:
Two Baltimore educators were the founders of this cultural attraction which began as a traveling exhibit in 1980.
Check back later today for more clues!