Ramblings of a Baltimore area Realtor: Edgar Allen Poe's Birthday Celebrations

Edgar Allen Poe's Birthday Celebrations

Edgar Allen Poe's Birthday Celebrations

Edgar Allen Poe called Baltimore home.  He lived here and his one time home is now a museum in his honor and he is buried here too.

On Saturday afternoon (January 18, 2020) at Westminster Hall (corner of W Fayette and Greene Streets) and his burying ground there will be staged adaptations of three of his poems starting at 3pm.  There will also be music and an appearance by the Poe Toaster.  For more information and times visit.

Then on Sunday Poe House becomes a literary landmark.  Poe House is located at 203 N. Amity St, Baltimore, MD 21223.

Perhaps I'll see you there!!


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June Piper Brandon - Agent with Century 21 New Millennium

June Piper Brandon - Agent with Century 21 New Millennium

Comment balloon 5 commentsJune Piper-Brandon • January 18 2020 04:21PM


Hello June - a nice localism post for a well-known person from Baltimore.  I am a bit intrigued by mention of the "Poe Toaster".  Hmm....more investigating...

Posted by Michael Jacobs, Los Angeles Pasadena 818.516.4393 9 months ago

Good morning again June. I didn't know Poe was born in Baltimore. I would surely go if I were local.

Posted by Sheila Anderson, The Real Estate Whisperer Who Listens 732-715-1133 (Referral Group Incorporated) 9 months ago

I remember reading the Tell Tale Heart in school and seeing the movie where Vincent Price was the lead....

Posted by Michele Cadogan 917-861-9166, Licensed Real Estate Associate Broker - (Fillmore Real Estate 2990 Av U, Bklyn , NY 11229) 9 months ago

Michele Cadogan 917-861-9166 The Allan Parson's Project recorded an album called Tales of Mystery and Imagination based entirely on works by Edgar Allen Poe.  Here I am showing my age, we studied that in high school music class.

Posted by June Piper-Brandon, Piecing Dreams One Home at a Time (Houwzer Inc) 9 months ago

June Piper-Brandon I lived in Owings Mills for several years before I landed here in Seattle. My single biggest regret is failing to get to the Poe House.

Posted by Lauren Williams, CPO, CVO, Professional Organizer: Puget Sound homes (Casual Uncluttering LLC) 9 months ago

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