Tonight: Tour de Federal Hill Followed by Flicks From The Hill

| August 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

AVAM & Race Pace Bicycles present

GRAND PRE-FLICKS: Tour de Federal Hill REDUX!

Thursday August 9 • Starts 6:30pm @ Race Pace Bicycles (1410 Key Hwy) • Finishes around 8pm @ AVAM (800 Key Hwy) • FREE to ride!

Join AVAM & Race Pace Bicycles for the redux of the Grand Pre-Flicks: Tour de Federal Hill (the 1st July ride was shortened due to the thunder storms, so we’re giving it another go–weather permitting).  See the local sights & scenery from the seat of your 2-wheeler on this relaxed, evening ride. 6:30pm: Meet at Race Pace Bicycles (1410 Key Hwy) and pedal through Ft. McHenry and the historic neighborhoods and parks of Federal Hill, crossing the finish line at AVAM (around 8pm), just in time to catch the FREE Flicks From The Hill screening of Triplets of Belleville at 9pm. Bring your own bike if you have one, (helmets & locks also encouraged) – Race Pace will have some rental bikes available if you need one, please call ahead to reserve as supply is limited: 410-986-0001. After the ride, take a round-trip through AVAM’s current exhibition, All Things Round: Galaxies, Eyeballs & Karma – museum is open & free from 5–9pm on Flicks nights! Then grab a blanket & relax under the stars while you enjoy the free outdoor screening of Triplets of Belleville on Federal Hill – part of AVAM’s critically acclaimed, annual free outdoor film series, Flicks From The Hill (

Race Pace Bicycles: Baltimore–Federal Hill
1410 Key Hwy • Baltimore • 21230
410-986-0001 •

American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy • Baltimore • 21230
410-244-1900 •


Continues Thursday nights thru August 23 • Films start at 9pm on Federal Hill, Museum OPEN & FREE 5pm–9pm before the FLICK • FREE!!!

Grab a blanket, picnic under the stars, and watch a great film selection inspired by AVAM’s current exhibition ALL THINGS ROUND: Galaxies, Eyeballs & Karma! The Hughes Family Outdoor Theater features seating for more than a thousand on the natural amphitheater formed by Federal Hill; a 30-foot wide screen held from above by a Giant Golden Hand; a twinkling view of the city; and an amazing community experience that is FREE. Museum is Open & Free between 5pm and 9pm on Flick nights! Movie rain location: inside AVAM. American Visionary Art Museum is located at 800 Key Highway, Baltimore Inner Harbor, MD 21230, phone: 410.244.1900.

Aug 16: BLUE HAWAII (1962)
Aug 23: CITIZEN KANE (1941)


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