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Community Education Forum
Tuesday, August 19, 7:00 pm-8:30 pm, Fort Worthington Elementary, 2701 E. Oliver St. Join Mayor Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore City Public School System CEO Dr. Gregory Thornton to discuss issues of interest to Baltimore’s families as summer vacation draws to a close and students prepare to begin a new school year. For more information, contact the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods at 410-396-4735.

Cabinet in the Community
Wednesday, August 20, 7:00 pm, Carter Memorial Church, 13 S. Poppleton Street. Mayor Rawlings-Blake invites you to join her and Councilman Pete Welch as she convenes her cabinet meeting in City Council District 9. Observe the process of city government as the mayor’s cabinet discusses city operations in the neighborhood. Members of the cabinet will be available to answer your questions and help address your concerns. For more information, contact the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhoods at 410-396-4735.

Hampdenfest
Saturday, September 20, 11:00 am-7:00 pm, The Avenue, 36th Street between Falls and Keswick. The Hampden Village Merchants Association and the Hampden Community Council invite you to celebrate Baltimore's Hampden neighborhood. Hampdenfest features live entertainment, activities for kids, an emerging artists exhibition, and a film festival, as well as four blocks of arts & crafts and wares from a wide range of vendors. hampdenfest.com

Greater Lauraville Fair
Saturday, September 27, noon-6pm, Heinz Park, Harford Rd. and Parkside Drive. Bring the family for an afternoon of food, live music, arts and crafts people and fun. Proceeds to benefit the neighborhoods of Greater Lauraville. www.greaterlauravillefair.com

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