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Navy Leap Frog Parachuters in the Park

Friday, June 15th, 2012

Navy Leap Frogs Land in Patterson Park 6/13!  See the Video Here.

Gooooooooo Ravens!

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012
Go Ravens

Pagoda shows it's Baltimore Pride

As the Ravens get closer and closer to a possible place in the superbowl, the Pagoda shows it’s Raven’s Pride!

The Marble Fountain has been put to sleep… not in the “sent to your uncle’s farm in the county” put to sleep, but turned off for the winter.

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

We got some calls about the Marble Fountain being broken, but that is not the case. Each year, we turn it off when it gets cold, so the pipes don’t freeze. Thanks for keeping your eyes on the Park!

Thank you PNC for a great concert series. We look forward to next year!!

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

All PNC Concerts in Patterson Park begin at 6:30pm and are located on Pagoda Hill.

Sunday, 6/12 (Raindate: Wednesday 6/15): Big Daddy Stallings.

Tuesday, 6/21 (Raindate: Wednesday 6/22): Wissahickon Chicken Shack.

Sunday, 7/10 (Raindate: Wednesday 7/13): Edwin Ortiz y su Orquesta La Romana.

Sunday, 7/17 (Raindate: Wednesday 7/20): Marianne-Matheny Katz.

Sunday, 7/24 (Raindate: Wednesday 7/27): Chopteeth.

Tuesday, 8/2 (Raindate: Wednesday 8/3): Crawdaddies.

Sunday, 8/14 (Raindate: Wednesday 8/17): Son de Aquí.

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PNC Concerts begin Sunday, June 12th!

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

PNC Concerts in the Park begin Sunday, June 12th!

First concert will be June 12th on Pagoda Hill (raindate: June 15th).

Our special guests, Patterson Park Public Charter School students, will open with a short instrumental segment @ 6pm, followed by Big Daddy Stallings @ 6:30pm.

Big Daddy Stallings is the self-proclaimed “Mayor of B-Town!” This South Carolina-born trucker-turned-music man brings the real essence of the blues to Patterson Park. The Afro-American describes his sound as “Wonderful…the sound of Jimmy Reed seasoned with a little B.B. King.”