Impact doesn't happen in isolation. Here's how Baltimore's civic and social innovators, community leaders, and mission driven organizations are coming together and celebrating, supporting, and succeeding this month.

MON (WEEKLY), 6p: Breathe, Stretch, Shake: Community Yoga at IHB with Justin Temple
With a background in art direction, design and music performance that has collectively spanned over ten years, Justin uses his experience to explore yoga not only through detailed problem solving but also creative expression and visualization. His classes are known to be highly accessible with a focus on finding a meditative quality with breath and economy in action. Classes are $7. Save a spot for your mat here.
TUES (WEEKLY), 8a: Weekly Meditation at IHB
New to meditation?  Experienced practitioner? Join us as we sit in meditation together to enhance our own and each other’s well-being, calm, and clarity. Daisy Barquist, a practitioner in the Zen Buddhist tradition, will facilitate our Tuesday morning sits. Registration is not required, but it helps us to know who may be coming. Let us know here!

Now Hiring: Events Coordinator
Community Lead Kevin Staton recently shared with us what his experience at Impact Hub has been like We're looking for a part-time Events and Space Rental Coordinator to assist with scheduling, logistics, and coordination of space rentals at Impact Hub Baltimore. The Events Coordinator will oversee all space rental activities with both members and non-members and will coordinate with Impact Hub’s programming staff and other members of the team to create a dynamic space. Learn more and apply here.

Innovator Insights:
Invested Impact, headed by Impact Hub Baltimore co-founder Rodney Foxworth, Jr., produces a monthly column highlighting the ideas, stories, and opinions on philanthropy, race, and social entrepreneurship. Most recently, Invested Impact sat down with one of the nation's leading practitioners, Jessica Norwood of Emerging ChangeMakers Network, to discuss her work transforming the systems that prohibit communities from thriving in harsh economic climates. Check out their conversation here.

WEDS 7/13, 6p: Exhibition and Artist Conversation: Co(Inside)

Within the assumed dividing lines, connections, intersections and shared realities also exist. Co(inside): Spaces of Coexistence and Identity explores the historical, spacial, racial and cultural realms and spaces in Baltimore where dividing lines between different communities of color are blurred and perpetuated. Featured artists Tiffany JonesJuan OrtizEdgar Reyes and Aletheia Hyun-Jin Shin grapple with and discuss the question "What does it mean to coexist?" in each of their respective works. Event is FREE.

THURS 7/28, 6p: Urban Farming in Baltimore City

One in four of Baltimore City’s residents live in food deserts with limited access to healthy foods. Now, many Baltimoreans are taking agriculture and food access into their own hands. Come listen to farmers, social justice advocates, master gardeners, and wellness and fitness educators- all living and working in Baltimore City- as they discuss the future of food in Baltimore. The event is FREE but you can save yourself a seat here.
SUN 7/31, 8a: #Hashtag Lunchbag
#Hashtag Lunchbag was born on Christmas Day 2012 in a Los Angeles apartment with just a small group of friends. The intent was simple, to prepare and deliver a hearty and well-balanced meal to our local homeless community. Now focused in Baltimore, #Hashtag Lunchbag is partnering with The Black Pearl Project to take to the streets and distribute lunches made with love to Baltimore's underserved community. Help distribute or donate here.
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