Craft projects can be enjoyed by guests of all ages at your Independence Day cookout.
Don’t forget to show Grandma some love on Mother’s Day this year. Here are some great activities and crafts to show Grandma just how much you care.
Have some fun with a DIY Fourth of July!
For a unique Mother’s Day gift, you can’t go wrong with a homemade craft from your child. The following crafts are geared to specific ages, but all are sure to delight mom.
Even when kids aren’t in school, Baltimore boasts plenty of learning, exploration and fun. Take advantage of the city’s best five arts and craft options for educational entertainment for creative kids.
See how Baltimore residents celebrate Christmas in each of these three towns. From an Amish Christmas village to displays that light up the night, each one will make your holiday special.
Just because the temperature drops, doesn’t mean you have to lock yourself inside and stay glued to the television. This winter, Baltimore is showcasing a variety of events and exhibits to put you in the holiday spirit – and give you plenty of gift ideas. You may even shorten your Christmas present list! These markets certainly beat being cooped up and watching repeats of
holiday movie specials on repeat!
At first, retirement wasn’t easy for Darla Schaefer. Her job as a federal environment program manager kept her so busy with traveling, that she didn’t have time for crafts outside of the holidays. After she left her job in 1999, she went from one art class to another, trying to find something that intrigued her.
Halloween might mean candy and costumes to some, but it means much more to Baltimore. After all, this is the final resting place of Edgar Allan Poe, home to forts and ports said to house wandering souls, and a cultural center heavy on artists who get particularly crafty this time of year.
Channel your inner Martha Stewart by creating inexpensive and easy crafts for Halloween. The kids love it, and it’s a perfect way to spend quality time together.
Kathy Stempel knows artisans who scramble for a short-lived space at area festivals or fairs. They show their wares for a few hours, often paying for a vending booth well over the amount they realized in profit. For at least 18 of them, those days have passed.