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HOWARD & LEX: the way we roll!
Mark your calendars for Fluid Movement’s Roller Ballet on March 24th, 25th, 31st, and April 1st at 3:00 pm! 228 N. Howard Street (the Old Stewart’s Building).
That's right, a ROLLER BALLET, on roller skates! A brief but heavily embellished history of downtown’s West Side performed live in the lobby of the old Stewart’s Building! See the Mayor, President Perman of UMM, Tom from Hippodrome Hatters, and other local luminaries! A surprising cameo at every show!
Special reduced ticket price! $5! Tickets available here.
$25 donors get 2 tickets & their business listed in the program
$50 donors get 4 tickets & their business listed in the program
$100 donors get 4 tickets & a business card sized ad in the program
$500 donors get 10 tickets & a 4” x 5.5” (half page) ad in the program, and a verbal high-five at all shows!
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Operation Orange Cone Truck Study
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (DOT) is taking steps to improve the flow of traffic in and around Baltimore City. Presently, they are working to better the current truck routes while at the same time keeping the number of commercial vehicle traffic around residential and business areas to a minimum.
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Keep It Clean Campaign
It’s time for spring cleaning!
Market Center needs the help of its merchants and their customers to keep the area surrounding our businesses as clean as possible. Think of our “Keep it Clean” initiative as a gentle reminder that everyone needs to concentrate on their own spring cleaning.
Display “Keep it Clean” cards near your cash registers or entrances/exits to remind employees, customers and neighbors that we all share in the responsibility to keep Market Center as clean as possible.
The cards remind folks to use appropriate trash receptacles for discarding gum cigarettes and other refuse. They also direct neighbors to the nearest public restroom facilities.
Keeping Market Center near and clean is a collaborative, ongoing effort that cannot be overlooked! We appreciate your support for a cleaner, more attractive Market Center neighborhood.