Free Fall returns in October

August 06, 2008|By Chris Kaltenbach

Free Fall Baltimore, the annual collection of no-charge arts and entertainment, will return for a third go-round in October, city officials said yesterday. The celebration includes more than 300 free events scattered throughout the month, at more than 70 museums and cultural institutions.

Participants range from large museums to tiny theater companies and arts collectives. They include Center Stage, the Baltimore Public Works Museum, the Baltimore Improv Group, the Maryland Film Festival, the Baltimore Women's Film Festival, the Theatre Project, the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and the Baltimore Streetcar Museum.

Free Fall Baltimore is a project of the Creative Baltimore Fund, and is sponsored by Mayor Sheila Dixon and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & the Arts.

For scheduling and other information, go to freefallbaltimore.com.

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