SEFEL Pyramid Model Leadership Training of Trainers.

June 20-21, 2019.

The Maryland SEFEL Pyramid Model Leadership Team, with MSDE sponsorship, is seeking applications from individuals who meet the criteria outlined below and are interested in becoming certified trainers in (either or both) of the Infant & Toddler and Preschool Classroom modules. Participants in this training will be authorized by MSDE to train others in the model (but not train other trainers) within their agencies and/or external programs and groups in the state of Maryland.  

They are hosting an open house for the Mayor’s Office of African American Engagement’s (MOAAME) Repetition Center. June 27th, the Park Heights Repetition Center will have an Open House 5-8p.m., 3901 Park Heights Ave, Baltimore, Md.  Come and learn more about the activities including engagement with youth on corners, preparation and support for employment, and the MOAAME’s Speaker’s Bureau, which in linking men engaged in positive activities with children, youth, and other men who need to hear more about what is and can be done.


The 7th Annual Fit+ Outdoor Fitness Festival

Saturday, June 22nd, 8:00AM (Raindate: June 23rd) Enjoy FREE fitness classes hosted by  MAC, Under Armour Brand House, lululemon, and Charm City Run! From yoga to boot camp and beyond – these perfectly timed sessions allow you to sample multiple classes throughout the morning.

Beyond sweat, FIT+ brings your workout to the next level with a live DJ, nourishing food & drink offerings, giveaways, raffle prizes & more.

RSVP for complimentary garage parking & a FIT+ swag item. The first 100 RSVPs to check-in at the Harbor East tent that morning will receive a complimentary FIT+ swag bag! Each guest must be present to receive the swag bag – no checking in for friends.


Support the American Heart Association

Purchase raffle tickets on-site and win Harbor East prizes! Proceeds to benefit our charity partner, the American Heart Association.

For more information and registration for this event visit eventbrite.


Help Westport Homes build a playground in partnership with KaBOOM!

This three-day project begins Friday, June 21, and continues through Sunday, June 23.

A total of 200 volunteers from Westport Homes, The Westport community and KaBOOM will come together to build a brand new playground.

Saturday, June 22, volunteers will meet at 8:00 a.m. and leave the building site at 3:00 p.m.

The site of construction for the playground will be near Westport Homes at 2343 Norfolk St., Baltimore, Md.

Breakfast, lunch and water will be provided. Gloves and other safety materials will be provided for the projects that require them. All volunteers will receive a T-shirt to wear during the project.

What to Wear: The playground build will happen rain or shine. Please come dressed for the weather. Closed-toe shoes are required; sneakers or work boots that you don’t mind getting dirty are advisable. Please leave valuables at home as secure storage is not available on site.

**Please note – All youth under the legal working age for this state will be welcome to participate in youth activities but will not be able to participate in building in the playground construction areas.**

For more information visit


World Heritage Festival

The 2019 World Heritage Festival series brings its first event of the year on June 23rd at Veterans Plaza in Silver Spring, MD the World Heritage Festival from 2pm – 8pm!

There are several food vendors who will showcase only ethic food, fresh smoothies and traditional beverages.

Enjoy a cultural performance show with folk dances from Bolivia, Brazil, Egypt, Hungary, India, Japan, Lebanon, Romania, Turkey and much more!


Enoch Pratt Monday Night Matinee

Enoch Pratt Library is hosting a free Monday Matinee on June 24th. The matinee will be hosted by the Enoch Pratt Library at 4330 Edmondson Avenue, Baltimore, Md from 3 -5:00 p.m.

The movie playing will be Justice League.


Dark City Beneath the Beat

Come out and watch the Dark City Beneath The Beat, a musical documentary highlighting the rising of Baltimore Club Music and Dance Culture, Friday, June 28 at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History and Culture at 830 E. Pratt St. Baltimore, Md from 5:30-9:30 p.m.  General Admission is $8.00 and Member & Student Admission is $6.00. Get your ticket online at:

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Addressing Gun Violence

The health and welfare of our children, families and communities is severely impacted by violence. There is increasing evidence of the profoundly harmful effects of violence on child development, the long-term health of affected populations, and the economic development of entire communities, especially communities of color. This event is free and hosted by Howard University School of Law. Friday, June 28, from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM EDT 2900 Van Ness Street NW, Washington, DC.


ONE Journey Festival

The One Journey Festival celebrates the talents, tenacity and contributions of refugees and other displaced people around the world. This family-friendly festival brings people and communities together through our modern-day shared languages of humanity: art, food, music, dance, storytelling and technology.

The second annual One Journey Festival takes place on June 29, on the grounds of the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, DC – rain or shine at Washington National Cathedral 3101 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington, D.C.

Visit to learn more.


Busy Bee’s Summer Kids Fest

This Busy Bee’s Summer Kids is hosting a festival on Friday, June 21, 2019 from 3 to 7 P.M. locally at 4908 Hamilton Avenue Baltimore, Md.. Come out and enjoy some good family time.