FARMERS' MARKET:The 18th annual Baltimore's Farmers...

AROUND THE INNER HARBOR

June 23, 1995|By Holton F. Brown

FARMERS' MARKET:

The 18th annual Baltimore's Farmers' Market will reopen at 8 a.m. Sunday, and will remain open until sellout, usually noon. The market, under the Jones Falls Expressway between Holliday and Saratoga streets, will continue every Sunday through Dec. 17.

The market features produce, seafood, herbs, eggs, baked goods and more. The nearby Hollywood Diner will be open to serve breakfast and lunch. Plenty of parking is available in the area. Information: 837-4636.

ODDS AND ENDS:

Few high-profile events are happening Around the Inner Harbor in the next few days, but there's still plenty to explore. . . .

* Take the kids to see Lou Del Bianco perform at Kids' Stuff, 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Kaufman Pavilion at Rash Field. Mr. Del Bianco plays guitar, sings, acts and tells stories. He was described by TV Guide as "the most exciting new arrival on the children's scene in years." Free. Information: 837-4636.

* Experience some wildlife at the Scales and Tales at Kids' Stuff at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Kaufman Pavilion. The presentation of Maryland wildlife caters to kids from preschool to high school level. This show will feature stories and fables that tell how different species get their characteristics. Wildlife will be brought to the exhibit. Free. Information: 837-4636.

* Get that nautical feel aboard the Maryland Historical Society's Minnie V skipjack Tuesday or Thursday evenings, when the program will be "Sea Songs and Shanties -- An Evening of Musical Entertainment." Information: 685-3750.

* Navy ship in port open for free tours at the Broadway Pier in Fells Point. The frigate USS Underwood will be open from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday. The ship will arrive today at 4:30 p.m. and depart Monday. The visit is part of the Sail Baltimore summer program. Free. Information: 752-8632.

* The Poncho Sanchez and Eddie Palmieri Show set for tomorrow night at the Pier Six Pavilion has been canceled. The show will not be rescheduled. Refunds may be obtained at the place of purchase. Deadline for refunds is Sept. 1.

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