Here's a heads up about some discounts for indoor activities you can enjoy this weekend despite the deluge that promises to continue through Monday.
Geppi's Entertainment Museum is only charging $5 admission through Sun., Sept. 11 in honor of its fifth anniversary, which I discovered via Baltimore on the Cheap. Tickets are usually $10 for adults, so this is a real deal.
The first 529 people to show up at Port Discovery when it opens at 10 a.m. Sat., Sept. 10 will enjoy $5.29 tickets, courtesy of the College Savings Plans of Maryland, compared to $13.95 for everyone over the age of 2.
Bonus Cheap Trick: The Baltimore Sun is hosting a tweetup at B&O Brasserie, 2 N. Charles St., from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wed., Sept. 14.
Come meet some of the people behind the bylines (and twitter handles) while you enjoy happy hour pricing on food and drinks as well as giveaways. And, if you check into the event via FourSquare, you'll get a glass of champagne for $1.
The event listing notes that most street parking in the area is free after 6 p.m., but they also offer valet parking for $5. The cheapest transportation option, however, is probably the Charm City Circulator.