Sunday April 13th at 6:30pm
Come get your swap on! Bring one item, bring 10. Take 10! Gathering inside the event hall of our warehouse space at 3510 Ash St in Hampden.
All genders. Focusing on adult sizes. We are especially encouraging folks to bring men-friendly or men’s styled clothing to this swap.
Accessories, shoes, and toiletry items (bath products, cosmetics, etc) also welcome.
As well as a clothing drive, we invite you to bring dish items to donate to Food Not Bombs’ collection of serving ware. Mugs, non-glass cups, plates, BOWLS. Please, nothing of irregular-size or super fragile! We need to be able to transport lots of dishes easily in crates, and need dishware that is appropriate for what we serve (i.e. no shot glasses). This will greatly help in an effort to move away from disposable dishes that end up often in the street…and eventually in a landfill.
Please only bring CLEAN items. What clothing that is left will be put out at our weekly Free Food Day on Wednesdays at 12N, or taken to Food Not Bombs servings downtown on Sunday afternoons.
This is a FREE event!
Facebook Event Link
Email Jenny or Tarryn with questions:
April 19th 12pm-6pm
Backyard garden show behind the houses @ Baltimore Free Farm!
Strangefolx is a Baltimore Free Farm favorite event, highlighting local folk performers and showcasing the gardening spaces. Hopefully this all lands on a sunny spring day!
6 bands from noon to six pm. Home made refreshments and food will be available for your consumption! This will include wood fired pizza (vegan pizza option too!)!!!! You heard right. This is a pizza party. In a cool garden. With six awesome folk bands.
Performers will include:
-Dead Whale Ramblers
(Folk ballads…with banjo, violin, accordion, upright base, and cello!!)
-Highland Hill Boys
(age ol’ bluegrass, melded with Baltimore blues!)
(the future of local hillbilly folk punk)
-Baltimore The Baltimore String Felons
(funkadelic Baltimore inspired folk)
-You’ll Never Guess Whats Going On
(Thimble Wit and Bryce are back and stranger then ever!)
This is a BFF fundraiser. Donate whatever you can, we will appreciate every penny you bring!
Follow signs for parking, please only park in gravel lot, we encourage public transportation, the farm is just 3 blocks from Woodberry light rail stop.
For the last five months Catherine and Emile, the two artists behind Story-Eaters, have been traveling across the country collecting stories and developing shows that reflect the different experience of people living in the USA. They are creating new site-specific shows in each place they land. Visit http://story-eaters.org/ for videos and more info.
Baltimore’s very own Kathy Fahey will be here to perform with her home spun shadow puppet ‘crankies’ where she sings along with them. Here’s a video.
Doors 7:30 Show 8pm Sliding scale admission $5-10.
It’s a hoedown BFF style tonight with local acts and a touring band from Colorado. Be ready to shake a leg and protect your booty, ‘cuz the Pirate Punks known as Chatterbox and Latterday Satanists are looking to loot your soul. Other familiar acts to be showcased here in our newly renovated event space include a local band from outerspace Cosmic Hillbillies, upstart Free Farm band Grassgrinder, The Everlasting Gobshites with members of the local String Felons, also Marrissa Sendejas travelling from afar with the Chatterbox gang. You may hear some Tao Te Ching readings, and cosmic grunting with a country twang from the strangely familiar aliens. The old timey punkgrass band is to follow strong to carry us into the night. This should be a good one folks! Come on by and warm your bones by the fire! doors 7pm $5 cover
You can now purchase hand made items HERE! Our online store is now live and offering silk screened items and hand made crafts! We also have zines and stickers!
You are cordially invited to help us celebrate another year of Urban Agriculture and Community Restoration at our Fancy Dinner Event! It’s all happening at 2640 St. Paul street on February 1st! There will be a hearty seasonal menu, including vegan options, local folk and classical musicians, an update on how the farm is going, raffles, homebrewed beverages, and more. Tickets are sliding scale and are available HERE!
Tickets can also be purchased by cash or check. All checks should be made out to Fusion Partnerships Inc, and be mailed to 3510 Ash street Baltimore, MD 21211. If you would like to pay with cash, please email us at email@example.com to set up a time to meet up with one of us.
We are also looking for volunteers for this event! Please email us if you are interested in helping out!
Canning and Halloween movies (for kids too!)
A puppet show, a Food and Water Watch screening of The Bay, a punk/folk show, and a clothes swap!
Check out our events page for details!