Map It! It’s Painting Day at Hampden Elementary/Middle School #55 in Baltimore!

The time has come. Today, the Wham! Parent Co-op will be at Hampden Elementary/Middle School #55 on Chestnut Ave between 36th and 37th streets painting a giant U.S. map on the playground blacktop.

Chris from Budeke’s in Fells Point helped choose the colors: Pool party (for water), purple lace, perfect peach, jasper yellow, and green coral. These are really intense in direct sunlight despite being in the pastel range. They also each look great next to every other color. I can’t wait to see how it looks on the ground.

Lots of volunteers will be there. Ciclovia 5 will be racing down the neighborhood a couple blocks to the east – so if you’re going to that, or you’re planning on strolling down The Avenue, take a short detour and check this out. The fun starts at 9:30 a.m.

Colors by Benjamin Moore 
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