Upcoming Match Activities
All activities are free of charge unless otherwise noted.
Take a look at all the great activities we have to offer this month. Please confirm with your Little’s caregiver and Little that he/she is available and register below on the activities you are interested in attending.
Hip Hop Class
Saturday, July 15th
101 S Ellwood Street
101 Ellwood Apartments
Baltimore, MD 21224
Join us for our FIRST ever Hip-Hop class with instructor Cynthia Chavez of Baltimore Dance Crews. Learn basic hip-hop moves and get a great work out dancing to the beat! Cost is $12 per match the day of the event, make sure you wear comfortable clothing and shoes.
Space is limited, RSVP by July 12th to Teon Dolby.
Are you ready for some football, indoor football that is? The Baltimore Brigade is a professional area football team playing in the Arena Football League. All games are played at Royal Farms Arena. We have tickets for our Bigs and Littles for the dates listed above. If interested, contact your Match Support Specialist. Baltimore Brigade Footbal
Baltimore Brigade Football
Saturday, July 8th 7:00 pm
Saturday, July 29th 1:00 pm
Friday, August 4th 7:00 pm
Featured Community Events
25 Free (or Nearly
Free) Things to Do in Maryland!
Maryland Area Festivals
There are so many festivals to choose from now until the fall. Many have FREE admission, festivals
are not only fun, but a great learning experience for youth, learning
about different music, foods, cultures, and history adds value to a
young person’s experiences! Maryland Fairs & Festivals!
Pics in the Park 2017
in the Park is a free outdoor movie series on the lawn in Center Plaza.
There is enough lawn space to seat hundreds, you can bring your own
picnic basket, blanket, or lawn chairs and cozy up for a fun evening.
Movies begin at sundown, which means show times will vary month to
month. Spring & Summer Schedule Pics in the Park!
Baltimore City Recreation and Parks Events All Summer 2017: Rhythms & Reels
free movies and concerts in the park. Picnic baskets and coolers are
welcomed. For more information call 410-396-7900 or visit Baltimore City. The full schedule of Summer 2017 can be found here!
Patterson Park Events from June-August: Summer Concert Series
held on Pagoda Hill every summer June through August, in the evening.
The line-up changes every year and includes a little bit of everything,
so be sure to check out the best free concert series in Baltimore! For more info, call 410-276-3676 or visit Patterson Park.
Saturday, July 1st 8-9am: Patterson Park Clean-up
Volunteers Needed! We need help cutting overgrown weeds, picking up trash from in and around the Lake. For more info email firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, July 8th, 11am: Canoe Dundee Creek
ages 8+ can meet at the Marshy Point Nature Center and discover the
MARSH by canoe. $5 members /$7 non-members. Call the Cromwell Valley
Park office to reserve your space at 410-887-2503 or Email here!
Saturday, July 15th, 12-2pm: Happy Trails to You
birds? This is a bird watching hike, many of the birds will be nesting
and it is a great time to see them. This event is FREE and located at Carrie Murray Nature Center
July 21st-July 23rd, 11-9pm: 2017 ARTSCAPE
is America's largest free arts festival, attracting over 350,000+
attendees over three days. This event features 150+ fine artists,
fashion designers, visual arts exhibits, crafts, photography, on and
off-site exhibitions, music, food and so much more. This event is for
all ages to find out more Artscape!
Sunday, July 23rd, 10-12pm: Science Sundays
Explore the natural world of science. Hands-on exhibits, outside hikes, crafts and more. This is a FREE drop in activity for all ages. Irvine Nature Center in Owings Mills.
July 24th-July 29th: Harford County Farm Fair
country fair; 4-H exhibits, livestock, judging and auctions, home
crafts, tractor pulls, live music. Event is for all ages. For details about this event
Expand your involvement.
We offer many ways to get connected to the Big Brothers Big Sisters mission. Additional involvement outside your commitment as a Big is completely voluntary, but it's a great way to meet more of the Big Brothers Big Sisters team and support life-changing matches like yours!
Bigs are our best ambassadors, so someone on our staff may contact you to help out at a volunteer recruitment activity, board meeting or donor event. You can also help us recruit much-needed Bigs and/or raise funds by getting your company, group or church involved. Contact your Match Support Specialist if you're interested in helping in any of these ways.
We recognize our Bigs already give so much by donating their time, but we also offer volunteers other opportunities to support the mission they care so much about. Bigs are invited to participate in special events—like Bowl for Kids' Sake, the Golf Classic or the Biggest Little Tailgate Party—and/or make a financial donation. For more information about giving to Big Brothers Big Sisters, call 410-243-4000 or email email@example.com.