Living Classrooms is a nonprofit organization dedicating to empowering children to be educated leaders who serve their community. Living Classrooms is located at 802 S Caroline St Baltimore, Maryland 21231. Living Classrooms was founded in 1989 on what used to be the City Dock. The Waterfront Kitchen is a great restaurant with a purpose. Waterfront Kitchen has a great menu and a breathtaking view of Baltimore. The Waterfront Kitchen also partners with Living Classrooms through different programs. Waterfront Kitchen has hired 7 people from Living Classrooms' Fresh Start Program. Waterfront Kitchen also helps with Living Classroom's BUGS (Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students After School) Program. Waterfront Kitchen is located at 1417 Thames St Baltimore, MD 21231.
Living Classrooms and Waterfront Kitchen have partnered to do dinner cruises. These cruises are held featuring cruises of Baltimore's Inner Harbor with a delicious meal provided by the Waterfront Kitchen. Proceeds from the dinner cruises go to Living Classrooms. Recently, the media was invited to take a tour of Living Classrooms, cruise the Inner Harbor and dine on food provided by the Waterfront Kitchen. Living Classrooms debuted a new greenhouse.The greenhouse will push BUGS to another level. Some of the food from the dinner came from the greenhouse. The students hold an annual. farmer's market. The kids are paid for the farmer's market and actually run it. There are a lot of projects for the kids to help them learn about what is growing in the garden. Dinner for up to 24 guests will be held in the greenhouse in the future. There are six chickens who produce 1800 eggs together yearly. These eggs and garden vegetables are used for the restaurant. Shallots are a cross between red onions and garlic. You learn more about the garden and greenhouse by by clicking here. The Douglas Myers Museum is almost 200 years old. 1866 was the year the first black owned shipyard was established. The Douglas Myers Museum is also a great place to host an event. You can learn more bout the museum by clicking here.
Living Classrooms manages nine of the big ships in Baltimore. Living Classrooms wants to have 1 million kids do hands on learning. The ship used for the media dinner was the Lady Maryland. The passengers got to help pull on the sails. The captain lives on the boat with the students during the summer. The Lady Maryland was built in 1985. Maryland Oak was responsible for building this boat. You can learn more about attending a cruise which includes dinner by Waterfront Kitchen by clicking here. This cruise is not just for fun but also for a purpose which is to help Living Classroom's further it's mission. The dinner provided by Waterfront Kitchen is delicious. Some of the dinner items came straight from the garden. You can taste the freshness of the items. The kids of Living Classroom participate in programs which allow them to learn about gardening and eating delicious healthy foods. You can learn more about Waterfront Kitchen by clicking here You can learn more about Living Classrooms by clicking here. Make sure you check out the slideshow.