Victorine Q. Adams Memorial Garden

The Victorine QAdams Memorial Garden is a vegetable garden and community gathering space located on the 3200 block of Vickers Road. 

The garden is named for Victorine QAdams, a beloved community member and civic leader, and the first African American woman on Baltimore’s City Council. The garden was founded in 2008 by members of the 3200 Carlisle Block Association, Inc., and has grown into a place where the community grows food, works with youth, and enjoys spiritual renewal. For further information, contact Warren Shaw at 3200carlisle [AT] comcast.net.

Other Green Spaces

Charles M. Halcott Square

A shaded sitting spot known as “The Miracle in the Middle.”

Mount Clare Street Community Garden

Mount Clare Street Community Garden, half a block from the Hollins Street Market at 1017 Boyd Street, was established in 1999.

Brentwood Commons

A beautiful, grassy gathering space, nestled between rowhouses.