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Don’t Miss the Magic! Tell your friends!
Sunday Oct 26th 7:30 pm to WATCH
Pulaski Monument
Eastern and Linwood Patterson Park Baltimore, MD

If you are a performer, lanternaut or parade marshal 5:30pm
If you are joining the parade with your lantern 7pm

The Parade is stunning you don’t want to miss over 20 stilt walkers in glitter dot costumes, giant talking flowers, tumtum trees and bandersnatches.

BEWARE THE JABBERWOCKY!
Check the website for information.
Don’t forget in November Nana Projects goes on tour!

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