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October 2020 Digital Newsletter

State Boundary Expanded, Online Holiday Bazaar, Branded Water Program, Funding Resources & More

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NEWS RELEASE - BNHA State Heritage Area Boundary Expanded

10/20/20 - New Neighborhoods Can Now Access BNHA Services and Funding Opportunities.

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Virtual Walking Tours Now Available Via Our YouTube Channel - BmoreNHA

Experience the highlights of our walking tours on all of your devices - safely and conveniently from home.

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"Abolitionist Honored Where Confederate Statue Once Stood"

Baltimore Sun - A BNHA federally funded grant supported the signage project.

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Donate $5 or More and Get a BNHA Tote!

Beautiful images of Baltimore on an environmentally responsible shopping tote. Get yours today!

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IT'S A SNAP! 2020 Contest - Open for Entries

Calling all photographers! You can be a Baltimore student, an amateur photographer or a professional photographer. We want to see your perspective of Baltimore!

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BNHA Featured on WYPR

BNHA Urban Ranger, Bradley Alston Previews Virtual West Baltimore Tour with Doors Open Baltimore.

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Heritage Investment Grant Winners 2020

BNHA’s grants review committee awarded $105,000 in grant awards to non-capital projects.

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Baltimore Featured in ANHA Diversity & Inclusion Publication

Rebuilding Baltimore: A marriage of rich history, and an inspired future.

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BNHA Year in Review 2019

With nearly $754 million in economic impact to Baltimore, BNHA celebrates a great year with a look to supporting even more partners in the future.

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13 Baltimore Organizations Receive MHAA Grants for FY21

MHAA awards thirteen Baltimore organizations grants to support heritage tourism projects and activities that draw visitors and expand economic development and tourism-related job creation.

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PROMOTING AND PRESERVING BALTIMORE'S HISTORYWhat is a Heritage Area?