Greater Charles Village in North Central Baltimore invites you to visit festively-decorated and artistically-furnished homes from grand 1890s three-story to 1910s two-story porch fronts. Includes admission to JHU's 1800s Homewood House Museum. Enjoy a diversity of holiday hospitality along the way. Benefits the VLP and CVCA. Tour begins at the 1896 Village Learning Place at 2521 St. Paul Street. On street parking.
Charles Village Music Series
May - October
Thanks to our sponsors, neighbors can enjoy free live music at the Waverly Commons, Peabody Heights Brewery Beer Garden, Wyman Park Dell, and other spaces throughout Greater Charles Village. Join us to hear a live band and hang out with neighbors. Family friendly. For more information, please contact John Spurrier at email@example.com 410-303-2400. For specific dates and times, please subscribe to our E-news or visit the Charles Village Music Facebook Page.
The first weekend in June, Wyman Park Dell is the place for live music, a beer and wine garden, food galore, Artisan’s Alley, business vendors, kids’ and family activities, and a 5K Race. The Charles Village Community Foundation presents this annual festival in partnership with CVCA, Charles Village Recreation League, Friends of Wyman Park Dell, and the Village Learning Place. Please see their website, here.
Each year, more than 200 visitors tour the great diversity of beautiful backyard gardens on Sunday of the Charles Village Festival. The Garden Walk showcases an eclectic range of styles throughout the neighborhood, from conservation gardens to urban chic, established gems, and those just beginning their green journeys.
Visit the Charles Village Garden Walk Facebook page to learn more or to share YOUR garden with visitors.
This is a nationwide affirmation of the role of community in preventing crime. Please join your neighbors in this powerful statement that cohesive communities are healthier and safer communities. Typically several gatherings are scheduled in the Northern Police District, including through the Charles Village Civic Association hosted at Saint Philip and James Church, 2801 N. Charles St on the first Tuesday in August.