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"The mission of the Friends of Druid Hill Park 
is to protect and maintain its magnificent woods and arbors,
to preserve its historic monuments and buildings, and to reinvigorate the park as a central recreational, cultural and educational institution."

Howard P. Rawlings Conservatory presents

Woodland Magic
: A Faerie Hideaway
2014 Spring Flower Display
April 12 - April 27
Wednesday - Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Explore the paths of the H.P, Rawlings Conservatory's magical woodland gardens accented with delightful tulips, hyacinths, lilies, daffodils and much more. Discover Faerie Houses nestled against the gorgeous backdrop of thrilling spring colors! Hundreds of flowering bulbs will delight and amaze you! This year’s display celebrates the Magic of Spring.
Click here for more information. 


Lecture: Great Conservatories of
the 19th Century

April 30, 6 -8 p.m.
By Alan Stein, owner of Tanglewood Conservatories 
Space is limited. $20/ticket.
Location: Rawlings Conservatory

This lecture will explore the rich history of great conservatories and the architectural significance of their use of glass, innovative in the 19th Century. Revisit spaces that are gone but not forgotten, lost to the ravages of time and budget cuts, some in Baltimore City Parks.  Learn about enduring gems worldwide, which have influenced the design of conservatories from the 19th Century through today.

All proceeds benefit the Rawlings Conservatory.

Purchase your tickets today!


Cocktails at the Conservatory

Thursday, May 15, 6:30 to 8:30

Location: H.P. Rawlings Conservatory in Druid Hill Park

Come taste unique and expertly mixed cocktails by Rye Fells Point, created to showcase plants and flowers that can be found in the Conservatory's collections. Sip beverages inspired by the Conservatory, and ask the mixologists how to incorporate botanicals into drinks at home. Join the  Baltimore Conservatory Association to toast the Conservatory and help support and preserve this gem of Baltimore for future generations!

Tickets $25 in advance/$30 at the door.

Click here to purchase your tickets. 

The Druid Hill Farmers' Market is now accepting farmer, art/craft, prepared food, non-profit vendor applications for the 2014 season.  The market is also accepting applications for musicians and performers.

The Druid Hill Farmers' Market is a first producer market.  All products sold must be produced or grown by the vendor. 

Applications must be received by the Friends of Druid Hill Park by April 30, 2014.

Approved vendors will be notified starting April 20, 2014. 

2014 Farmer, Art/Craft and Prepared Food Guidelines and Application

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Vendors who select to pay for the entire season have the option of paying
using paypal. Currently, this option is only available for entire season payment.

Farmers:  Click Here
Craft/Art Vendors:  Click Here
Prepared Food Vendors: Click Here 

2014 Non-Profit and Community Group Guidelines and Application

This year we are asking all non-profit and community groups that require vendor space
to complete a vendor information form/application.

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Musician/Performer Guidelines and Application

The Druid Hill Farmers' Market is looking for musicians and/or performers.  This year we plan
to have 2 performance opportunities at the market.  

1- First Wednesday Concert Series
2- "Buckster"/Street performance space, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesdays. 

All performers are required to complete a Musicians/Performance Applicatio

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All booking is done via email:
Please include web address and any online press kits and/or music samples. 

Submission of Performer Application does not guarantee acceptance or approval to perform at the Druid Hill Farmers' Market.
All performers are selected by the Druid Hill Market Committee and will be notified by the Committee if approved to perform. 

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