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Eastside Family Resource Center (Video Comp)

Easter Basket Workshop

This past Saturday, Eastside Family Resource Center made colorful and unique Easter baskets for such a joyous occasion! It sure looks like they had a fun time.

To see more photos from this event, please head on over to our Facebook page!

"What Weekly" article on My Big Fat Bawlmer Wedding

Many thanks to David London and Philip Laubner for the article and pictures on My Big Fat Bawlmer Wedding published in "What Weekly"!

Click the link to check it out: Big Fat Bawlmer Wedding

My Big Fat Bawlmer Wedding

We were featured on our local news station, ABC2 News, for our "My Big Fat Bawlmer Wedding" fundraiser last night. This is very exciting for everyone involved in BaltimoreAMP!

The movie, "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," has nothing on one party in Baltimore. The Baltimore Art and Music Project hosted a fundraiser called, "My Big Fat Bawlmar Wedding." An Elvis pastor was on hand along with a few beehive brides.


First Choir Practice

Shiloh DeJesus, Jess Saxton, and Mandy Buttrum led the first choir practice at Eastside Family Resource Center yesterday.

The Winter Festival Of Wonders



The Winter Festival of Wonders

Magic Tricks and Holiday Songs at Eastside Family Resource Center

This past Saturday, the Eastside Family Resource Center enjoyed magic tricks from magician David London, followed by a holiday singalong with Angie Lazarony and Mandy Buttrum.

Zumba With Suzanne Diehl

 This past Saturday, Suzanne Diel came to the Eastside Family Resource Center and introduced everyone to Zumba.

Children and parents of all ages participated and were exposed to all kinds of music, such as Latin and pop.

Zombies In The Park II

On October 15, 2011, zombie enthusiasts gathered at Dundalk Heritage Park for Zombies In The Park II. Games, contests, and other fun filled activities were had for all to enjoy. What a wonderful day of horror it was...

"Mixtum" at The Eastside Family Resource Center

Last Saturday Baltimore Art & Music Project teamed up with the creator of the board game "Mixtum" to provide the parents and children of the Family Resource Center a chance to play...

Needless to say it was a Hit!!!!
For more info about Mixtum be sure to check out the website:

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