BNHA News

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BBJ Recognizes Leadership of BNHA’s Executive Director

Shauntee Daniels, executive director of Baltimore National Heritage Area, was named one of Baltimore Business Journal’s 2023 Enterprising Women of Excellence this month.

Juneteenth Event 2023

Several publications covered our Juneteenth Event and we are elated to share their view on the celebration.

June 2023 Digital Newsletter

Did you know, a park is defined as an area of natural, semi-natural or planted space set aside for human enjoyment and recreation or for the protection of wildlife or natural habitats? A park is also defined as a tract of land that often includes lawns, woodlands…and is used as a game preserve and for recreation. A park is a place for creating memories.

April 2023 Digital Newsletter

May is only the beginning for great events in Baltimore - a great summer is ahead in the Heritage Area! The Baltimore National Heritage Area is about neighborhoods, heritage, and culture. We are here to support our partner organizations to amplify our city’s heritage – and everything you need to make living and playing in Baltimore an amazing experience is right here in our backyard.

Press Release: Baltimore National Heritage Area Launches “2023 It’s a SNAP!” Baltimore Photo Contest

4/5/23 - A photography contest for photographers of varying levels of expertise to capture photographs that showcase the best of Baltimore.

March 2023 Digital Newsletter

It’s time to get out the gardening tools, do a little housekeeping. Baltimore is a beautiful place to live, play and work. Clearing away the clutter makes the space more livable for everyone.

February 2023 Digital Newsletter

Everyone Loves a Good Story. Neighborhood Placemaking Grant Program Gets Boost. Federal Delegation Brings Funding to Baltimore

It's More Than History Lecture Series 2023 Launches

1/24/23 - Virtual lecture series announced.

Press Release: Landmark Legislation to Ensure Long-Term Stability for America’s National Heritage Area Now Law

1/18/23 - Federal and State boundaries now align and allow for more preservation and promotion of Baltimore’s historic neighborhoods and cultural gems.

Letter the Editor - Baltimore Sun - Don't Trash Leakin Park!

1/17/23 - Sun reader points out the beauty of Leakin Park and the fact that it is in the Baltimore Heritage Area.