Civic Culture

Civic Culture

The activities below have been temporarily suspended in light of the health concerns surrounding the COVID pandemic. These activities will resume once the health concerns are mitigated.

Civic Days

No Boundaries Coalition holds Civic Saturday every Saturday from 11:00am–2:00pm. Civic Saturdays are focused on engaging the community through door-to-door canvasses that inform residents on important issues and events such as upcoming elections, the US Census, or legislation that will impact them.

CommUNITY Gatherings

Every year, No Boundaries Coalition holds a CommUNITY Gathering. The CommUNITY Gathering is an annual event that brings Central West Baltimore together to identify important neighborhood issues, brainstorm solutions, and create action plans to implement those solutions. This Gathering serves as a chance for the No Boundaries Coalition to hear from a broad base of residents who may not yet be involved in the Coalition’s regular programming. It also is a chance to identify potential leaders and set the Coalition’s advocacy agenda.

Boundary Block Party

The Boundary Block Party is a signature annual event for the Coalition. In fact, it’s the event that brought the communities of Central West Baltimore together before the Coalition was formally launched.

The Boundary Block Party creates a positive and integrated space for residents to celebrate Central West Baltimore across the boundaries of race, class, and neighborhood. Every year’s block parties include live entertainment, information about community organizations, voter registration, face painting, walking tours, public art projects, and much more. We’ve featured music from the Todd Marcus Orchestra, Expressions of Faith Gospel Choir, Horse Lords, Booker T Middle School Choir, and PHAT to name just a few. Join us for the 2020 Block Party on the second Saturday in May, pending developments around the COVID pandemic. You can check our social media news feeds for up to date information.