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November 28, 2015
December 31, 2015
The 11th annual Miracle On Main Streets, a city-wide event encouraging residents to shop local this holiday season, kicks off Saturday, November 28, which is also national Small Business Saturday. “Now, more than ever, it’s important to buy local. Miracle on Main Streets offers a great opportunity for residents to enjoy free family events and also shop local at businesses for their holiday gifts,” said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. “It is a win-win for both residents and all of the business owners who participate—when we keep our dollars in our communities, we all benefit.” In addition, visitors can enjoy two-hours of free parking in all nine Main Streets on Friday and Saturday, November 27-28, 2015. “The businesses in our Main Streets and other commercial corridors throughout the City not only create jobs, but they also provide stability in our neighborhoods and present the greatest opportunity for economic inclusion,” said William H. Cole, president & CEO of the Baltimore Development Corporation (BDC). “These small businesses power our local economy and the BDC remains committed to providing all types of assistance whether it is through façade improvement grants, micro loans, or counseling.” Mayor Rawlings-Blake and BDC president William Cole will be visiting Miracle on Main Streets kick-off events on Saturday, November 28. The following Main Streets will host special events to support the City’s buy local initiative: Pigtown, Waverly, and Highlandtown Main Streets. For a complete schedule of events and information, please visit www.BaltimoreMainStreets.org About Baltimore Main Streets
A program of the Baltimore Development Corporation, the Baltimore Main Streets is the second largest urban Main Streets program in the U.S. Its goal is to spur economic growth in the neighborhoods through events, financial assistance, façade renovations, streetscape improvements, technical support and more. The nine Main Streets include Belair-Edison, East Monument, Federal Hill, Fells Point, Hamilton Lauraville, Highlandtown, Pennsylvania Avenue and Pigtown.