September 26, 2020


Casa Baltimore/Limay cordially invites you:



2902 Louise Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21214

This is a *fun* raiser as well as a fundraiser for projects in our friendship community, Limay, Nicaragua.  Please bring a potluck dish to share, and lots of holiday love. Your friends and family are also very welcome.

We’ll also have SHARED TALENT – music, poetry and more!  Those confirmed so far include:  Paulo Gregory Harris, Dave Eberhardt, Marjorie Roswell, Steve Sorrow, John Reuter.  Bring YOUR talent in any category to add to the festivities!

And we’ll raffle off a bottle of the world’s best rum – 7-year-old Flor de Caña.

A donation is requested – please throw something in the basket!  No one will be turned away.  The funds support our projects – college scholarships, food security for the most vulnerable, medical fund, and a revolving loan development fund.

Directions to the party: From Charles Street, head east on Northern Parkway to Old Harford Road, then turn right (south). Go four (4) blocks, turn left on Louise Avenue. House is on the left.


Maryland-area friends, please join us for FIESTA FUN!

Rain or Shine – benefit for our projects in Limay, Nicaragua*

Enjoy the tranquility of Dipping Pond Run, a beautiful trout stream in a gorgeous valley. Recharge your energy! Renew your faith in the universe! Join in music- and merry-making!

Live music provided by YOU & others TBA
(Music jam and singalong included in festivities)

No donation too large, & no one turned away! Bring checkbook.
Donations also taken on this website!

BRING: LOVE! Potluck dish Musical Instrument
Lawn Chair/ Blanket Swim Suit, Towel, Wading Shoes Hiking Shoes, Long Pants

RSVP and carpool info: 410-444-1023 or

Directions: From Greenspring Station, take Greenspring Valley Road west 1 mile. Turn right/ north on Greenspring Avenue. Go half a mile to Highview Dr. (1st right, top of hill). Turn right again on Candlestick Dr. (2nd right). End of court on right, #5.

CBL Event April 8th – Red Emma’s

Another World Is Possible and Necessary:
Working for Justice, Responding to Poverty in Nicaragua

Tuesday April 8 @ Red Emma’s (30 W. North Avenue, Baltimore 21201)
6:30 PM Informal Spanish language practice group and Nicaraguan Arts & Crafts sale, 7:30 PM Speaker: Sarah Junkin Woodard

Sarah Junkin Woodard comes to us from the Center for Development in Central America (CDCA), the Nicaraguan project of the non-profit, faith-based organization, the Jubilee House Community (JHC). Working in Nicaragua for the past two decades, the CDCA continues to adapt, seeking to respond to human needs created by poverty in the second poorest nation in the western hemisphere.

The CDCA focuses on justice now, working towards freedom from poverty, helping communities become self-sufficient, sustainable, democratic entities, specifically in the areas of: sustainable economic development, organic agriculture, appropriate technology, education and health care. Sarah says, “The CDCA has been called to work with, and speak on behalf of, the poor in our area of Nicaragua, and to share their lives and stories with folk in the U.S., to bridge the gap between us and our neighbors.”

This evening of speakers, art and Spanish language practice is organized in partnership with Casa Baltimore/ Limay, which has worked in Nicaragua for over 28 years.

Come to Red Emma’s on Tuesday April 8th to learn how to work together for alternatives to corporate globalization, such as sustainable development and fair trade and how to promote greater understanding of Nicaragua by providing accurate, first-hand information about its current events and economic and political conditions, to the people in Baltimore and beyond.

There will be an informal Spanish language practice “charla” or “chat” in the Free School classroom at Red Emma’s from 6:30 – 7:30 for Spanish language practitioners of ALL LEVELS to practice their Spanish.

There will also be a variety of Nicaraguan arts and crafts for sale including paintings by Nicaraguan artists, unique pottery, household items, fair-trade Nicaraguan coffee, beautiful note cards, and other examples of Nica artisanry. Tax-deductible donations & proceeds from craft sales go to projects sponsored by Casa Baltimore/ Limay and the Center for Development Central American – Jubilee House Community