Wondering What To Do This Winter in Baltimore?
Despite the cold, there are still fun, Covid-19 safe activities to do in Baltimore this Winter. Here’s our top recommendations for Union Wharf Residents.
Sharpen Your Chef Skills
For just $25, join this Zoom call to learn how to make the best Chicken and Dumplings! Hosted by Pat and Nate, this cooking tutorial will teach you something new, while providing you with a delicious dinner.
Schola, a cooking school in Mt. Vernon, is offering an Italian Classics cooking class on Sunday, January 31, for supper. Be sure to check their website for COVID safety updates before attending.
Winter Games/Outdoor Activities
Grab your warmest winter clothes and take a trip to the Wisp Resort. Snow tubing, skiing, or snowboarding down the slopes are a few classic winter activities! Make sure to purchase your tickets a day in advance to secure your spot on the mountain.
The Four Seasons Hotel in Baltimore is decked out with an ice rink, rentable cabanas, and firepits. Everything winter wonderland is ready for you at the Four Seasons Hotel.
Don’t miss out on the iconic Polar Bear Plunge! For the first time ever, this 2021 plunge will be virtual. Sign up to take the Plunge at home to support the 8,716 special Olympics athletes here in Maryland.
Watch the Harbor Point Ice Fest on the comfy couch at home this year on January 23. Watch award-winning ice sculptures being carved right before your own eyes this year on Zoom. If you tune in for the whole event, you will get to cast your vote on your favorite ice sculpture!
Mind Body Connections
Every Wednesday from 7-8, watch Barbara Ellard Dziedzic as she leads Yoga on the Square. You will feel refreshed and rejuvenated after this Yoga Flow!
Or try out Qigong, an ancient mind body and spirit yoga class on Tuesday nights. This zoom class is meant for beginners and experts alike! Qigong is focused specifically on kidney health to aid vitality and longevity.
Don’t have a green thumb, but love having plants in the house? This class, Propagating Plants with Hilton Carter, has the answers to all your questions! Tour his house and learn how Carter started his plant journey and, most importantly, how to properly care and propagate plants yourself!
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is offering a free virtual field talk series! On January 27, sign up to take a virtual trip to South Africa and learn about the SANCCOB Saves Seabirds. This is an international body dedicated to saving African penguins and seabirds through rehabilitation.
Bring Your Brain
Put your mind to the test at Charm City Trivia Night! Every Tuesday, you can partake in fun trivia games online.
Find Solace in Winter
Take advantage of this time to learn and try new things! Step outside your comfort zone and try a new exercise, make new food, or grow some plants this winter!