Dam Jam Celebrates Region's Water Resevoirs
The festival's activities will take place at Cromwell Valley Park and Loch Raven Dam.
Baltimore County, the city and the Towson Arts Collective are teaming up to celebrate the region's shared drinking water reservoirs.
On Sept. 22, Cromwell Valley Park and Loch Raven Dam will host events for Dam Jam, which features water education, artists, live music, wildlife presentations and historical reenactments, according to a news release from Baltimore City Department of Public Works. The free festival runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
"We want the public to learn how we obtain and process our drinking water and the responsibilities we all share in protecting and preserving our water supply," Baltimore City public works Director Alfred H. Foxx said in the release. "And we also want families to enjoy a day of activities at our Loch Raven Reservoir and at Baltimore County’s Cromwell Valley Park."
Free shuttles will run travel between the two sites, the release reads. Organizers encourage participants to bring picnics, chairs and blankets.
For a full schedule of events, check out the city public works website.