Bring your goggles and catch Finding Nemo at the Y in Dundalk. Just keep swimming.
If you prefer dry land, Towson has Feet on the Street.
Still looking for fresh veggies and fruits and locally produced food items like honey, eggs, chicken and beef? Get to the Dundalk Farmers Market, open from 7 a.m. to noon on Shipping Place, in front of the Dundalk Village Shopping Center.
Join in a 5K at Camden Yards the only chance you'll get to run the warning track without getting tackled by Baltimore's (or baseball's) finest.
Need more Orioles Magic in your day? The Orioles are holding a rally at Geresbeck's from noon to 1 p.m.
Cat lovers can celebrate their feline friends at a Timonium Fairgrounds show.
It's not quite Halloween, but if you're looking to get spooked take a ghost tour through historic Federal Hill.
Ghost of War performs at Recher Theatre.
Towson University hosts their homecoming game vs. St Francis.
Enjoy some afternoon high tea in Rosedale, or take in a shrimp feast at the Hawks Pleasure Club to benefit the Back River Restoration Committee.
The Orioles may be in Boston playing against what Bobby Valentine called the "weakest roster we've ever had in September in the history of baseball," but the Ravens are staying put in Baltimore to compete against the New England Patriots.
The All American Rejects play at Rams Head Live.
Towson Patch editor Nayana Davis and Dundalk Patch editor Marge Neal contributed to this report.