Spring is here and we’re celebrating in West Baltimore Squares – Franklin Square, Harlem Park, Lafayette Square, and Union Square – and in many of our historic neighborhoods! We have five fun free events coming up from April through June with everything from free vaccines for pitbulls, a chance to help a local garden, to a community bike ride and much more! Come out and enjoy the spring with your West Baltimore neighbors or get involved as a volunteer by calling Eli Pousson at 301-204-3337 or e-mail email@example.com. West Baltimore Community Pitbull Day at Franklin Square E/MS Saturday, April 7, … Continue reading Get ready for the West Baltimore Squares Spring Celebration!
Do you own a pitbull or pitbull mix? Join B-More Dog and the Friends of West Baltimore Squares for a West Baltimore Community Pitbull Day with free vaccines, collar & leash exchange, and a chance to talk with a vet or trainer! West Baltimore Community Pitbull Day Saturday, April 7, 12:00pm to 3:00pm Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School (Playground at Calhoun and Lexington Streets) 1400 West Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD Please note this is an outdoor event held rain or shine. Franklin Square E/MS is located within a short walk of stops for MTA Bus 001, 010, 020, 023, and 030 … Continue reading B-More Dog brings a Community Pitbull Day to West Baltimore on April 7
Do you have more information about Perkins Square Park? Or do you have photos or stories on other West Baltimore landmarks? Please get in touch with Eli Pousson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-204-337. As early as the 1840s, a small oasis of green known as Perkins’ Spring became a popular destination at the edge of the rapidly growing city. The park’s unique value to local residents came from the fresh-water spring that poured out at a rate of 60 gallons a minute. One resident later recalled how their neighbors carried water away “by the barrel in the ’80’s, especially when heavy … Continue reading Perkins Square endures as an oasis of green in a changing neighborhood
Did you know that you can adopt vacant lots and turn them into green spaces? Baltimore City has streamlined their adopt-a-lot process and made it much easier! In our area, we also have the support of the hard-working Clean and Green team from Bon Secours. Every year, the Clean and Green team provides a one-time maintenance on around two hundred lots – changing the list of lots annually based feedback from residents like you. Taking over a recently cleaned and greened vacant lot is a great way to start a community green space after the initial work has already been … Continue reading Chris in Hollins Market adopts a lot with Power in Dirt