Thanksgiving at the Waterfront

Thanksgiving is usually a time when families and friends gather around to enjoy a delicious meal and thoughtful conversation. Although COVID-19 may be preventing us from visiting family or entertaining friends, that doesn’t mean the holiday can’t be celebrated. We’ve gathered a list of some of the Waterfront’s best restaurants serving for Thanksgiving, whether they’re offering to-go specials or are …

Announcing the Gwynns Falls Trash Wheel

Public asked to help name newest trash interceptor coming spring 2020 (Baltimore, MD – October 28, 2019)  – The Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative today announced a fourth trash wheel will join Mr. Trash Wheel, Professor Trash Wheel and Captain Trash Wheel by next spring. The to-be-named semi-autonomous googly-eyed trash interceptor will be located at the mouth of the Gwynns …

Take the Green Stoop Challenge

Today we announced the Green Stoop Challenge, a new program calling upon City residents to clean and plant the green spaces near their stoops with native plants and flowers, which provide habitat for pollinators, beautify the community and filter polluted runoff that would otherwise end up in the Harbor. The Challenge will officially kick off on Saturday, April 27th with …

Healthy Harbor Announces 4th Annual Baltimore Floatilla

We are inviting paddlers from across the region to show their support for clean water at the 4th Annual Baltimore Floatilla on Saturday, June 8, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. This year, Waterfront Partnership invites paddlers to “Crab your paddle and show some love for Baltimore wildlife.” Participants are encouraged to decorate their boats, boards and bodies in …

2019 Docs from the Docks

We are kicking off the 2019 Docs from the Docks free, environmental documentary film series, on Thursday, Jan. 24 at 7:00 p.m. with a screening of “The Human Element.” On Thursday, Feb. 21, the series will continue with “Trash Dance,”an award-winning documentary fromAndrew Garrison that follows choreographer Allison Orr as she rides along with Austin sanitation workers on their daily routes …