Free Fall Baltimore Letters of Welcome from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Presenting Sponsor Susquehanna Bank's Jim Witty
For the seventh year in a row, Free Fall Baltimore continues to be a much-anticipated addition to everyone's fall schedule. Since 2006, this innovative program has made arts and cultural activities available for free to city residents and visitors during the month of October. As a citywide celebration of National Arts and Humanities Month, Free Fall Baltimore focuses a spotlight on our rich cultural community and showcases the myriad opportunities available in Baltimore City.
I would like to thank the many organizations participating in Free Fall Baltimore, as well as the supporters and media sponsors that make it possible. Public-private partnerships like Free Fall Baltimore are a vital step on the path to growing our city.
So Baltimore, what's your pleasure? Dance, theater, music, history, visual arts–all these and more are among the offerings of Baltimore's talented arts community. Explore the website, find something you've always wanted to experience, and get to it! Don't miss this chance to take advantage of our cultural community's richness.
Enjoy Free Fall Baltimore!
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake