Posted on: April 24th, 2009 - News Blog
Preparations are already underway for Carnival Cruise Lines’ Fun City: Baltimore event which takes place tomorrow in the city’s Inner Harbor.
Benefiting Maryland Special Olympics, the day-long event is free and open to the public and offers a variety of free activities and attractions, including the creation of a giant sand sculpture and 3-D chalk art (pictured above at left and right, respectively). A world record giant beach ball, hip-hop dance performances, live entertainment, a “Camp Carnival” Kids’ Zone, karaoke and an appearance by Carnival’s mascot “Fun Ship” Freddy will be featured, as well.
Fun City: Baltimore is a celebration to mark the start-up of Baltimore’s first year-round cruise program aboard the 2,124-passenger Carnival Pride which kicks off Monday, April 27.