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Britney Spears
Event Start Date : 07-12-2018
Event End Date : 07-13-2018
Britney Spears performs live at The Theater at MGM National Harbor. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 8-11pm Phone: 301-925-8300

Beer, Bourbon And BBQ Festival - National Harbor
Event Start Date : 06-15-2018
Event End Date : 06-16-2018
A great day of beer sippin’, bourbon tastin’, music listenin’, cigar smokin’ and barbeque eatin’. Over 60 beers, 40 bourbons, lots of barbeque, live music and more. Event Details Category: Fairs & Festivals, Food & Drink Event Hours: Varies depending on day Phone: 410-878-9900 Source:

Bloomin' Paint-Along - Farnsworth House Inn Tavern
Event Start Date : 05-30-2018
Event End Date : 05-30-2018
DATE/TIME: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 6:30 to 8:30 pm Ticket purchase required. Please bring your receipt for ease of event entry and for discounts on dinner beforehand. Ticket sales will close the day prior to the event at 7:00 pm LOCATION: The Farnsworth House Inn Tavern is located at 401 Baltimore Street, Gettysburg, PA. Parking is located at the rear of the Inn. DETAILS: Events will be held on select Wednesdays! (Check our events for confirmed dates, times, and projects.) Projects are routinely rotated and new projects are always being added, so check back often! Painting classes take roughly 2 hours to complete, so please arrive no later than 6:15 pm so you have time to settle in and order refreshments or some awesome food! Or come earlier so you have time for dinner! Farnsworth House Inn will also serve at various intervals during the event. COST: $29.95 fee covers all the painting supplies needed to complete an 11 x 14" canvas panel. *** In addition to the painting class, bring your ticket early and receive a 20% discount on your meal purchase. Ticket also includes one free glass of wine or beer per person during the event (participants must be 21 years of age or older for this event.) Our professional artist will walk you through the entire painting process. Beginners are most definitely welcome! Bring a friend (or two) and enjoy an evening of creativity and fun, or meet some new friends at Farnsworth House Inn! We will be offering some events geared towards parents and children. Those events will be advertised as such. Due to limited seating and planning for the supplies involved, tickets must be purchased in advance of the event and are non-refundable unless the event needs to be cancelled by Paint-Along Events or Farnsworth House Inn. Can’t make it on a particular date, or would like to book a private party or large fundraiser? We do those too! Just email Deb at for more information. Please feel free to share event information with your friends and family! We hope to see you soon!

Circadian Solutions: Why Quality Lighting Matters and How to Measure it
Event Start Date : 05-29-2018
Event End Date : 05-29-2018
Circadian lighting is the “buzz” right now, and lighting designers are being asked to include it on their projects. But the research is still emerging, and no direction from the IES or CIE exists yet in terms of specific design metrics or criteria. In this session, experienced lighting designers will walk attendees through the factors associated with successfully implementing a circadian supporting lighting design for interior spaces. They will review the history of lighting, the science behind vision and circadian lighting, and outline the importance of improving our baseline design standards to design for "less harm." Various design solutions will be reviewed, potential control schemes outlined and options for scientific measurement of circadian lighting. Following this presentation, attendees will be able to: Describe the current areas of struggle for designers implementing circadian lighting. Explain the complexities of summarizing circadian metrics in an architectural space. Evaluate the CS and EML metrics in the context of different applications. Understand how to best move forward in this period of emerging research. About the Presenters Rachel Fitzgerald, LC, IALD, MIES, LEED AP BD+C - Rachel is a Senior Lighting Designer and Associate at RNL, now part of Stantec, with over 15 years of experience providing exterior and interior lighting designs for hospitality, mixed-use, retail, corporate interiors, civic/government and recreation projects. Rachel is a leader on how lighting and daylighting drive health and wellbeing. This includes net zero energy designs and Well Building Standard projects where lighting was designed to support the natural circadian rhythms of its occupants. Over the past decade, Rachel’s talent and commitment to design highly sustainable and human-centric spaces has resulted in more than two dozen design awards for her projects. Her desire to create a world where lighting plays a more impactful role is also manifested through her industry involvement. She’s passionate about mentoring junior staff at Stantec as well as supporting best practices and rewarding innovation within the lighting industry. She’s become deeply involved in the IALD, serving as the Regional Coordinator for the Rocky Mountain Chapter and on the Content Advisory Committee for the IALD 2017 Enlighten Americas conference. She’s also a co-founder of the Brilliance Awards, a Rocky Mountain region architectural lighting awards program, and served for a decade on the board of directors for Denver Designers Lighting Forum. Katherine J Stekr, CLD, IALD, MIES, LEED® AP BD+C, EDAC - As an Associate at HLB Lighting Design and an integral member of the design team, Katherine’s role is to ensure that the client receives a lighting scheme that suits their programmatic requirements, budget, and aesthetic considerations. She is inspired by the stories that set the tone for the building design, and strives to capture what is unique about the architecture and the client when developing the lighting design. Katherine was drawn to lighting design because it represented a hybrid of creativity, problem solving and biological sciences; she has fostered an ever-evolving appreciation for the impact that light can have on a space, and the emotional connection it can strike with occupants. Meeting Agenda 6pm Social Hour 7pm Dinner 8pm Presentation

Brown Spices Traditional Doll Making Sunday Salon
Event Start Date : 05-27-2018
Event End Date : 05-27-2018
10am-5pm Seminar Salon— In one day the entire doll can be completed!!! Though the setting is relaxed the pace is fast, the experience includes an introduction to basic sewing, pattern making, designing your own unique doll and working on a sewing machine. Recommended Ages 9-16 Cost: $125 (includes all materials and light lunch) Please email with any questions or concerns. Thank you!

2018 East Coast Thunder
Event Start Date : 05-26-2018
Event End Date : 05-26-2018
Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018 10am to 4pm Annual event held at Old Glory Harley-Davidson Memorial Day/Rolling Thunder Weekend Bands, Food, Vendors, Bike/Car Show FREE CONCERT HONORING VIET NAM VETERANS

Poetry Open Mic Night
Event Start Date : 05-23-2018
Event End Date : 05-23-2018
Share the experience of the spoken word in our poetry open mic night on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Guests can share an original work or one of their favorite poems. To sign up to read, please email

Event Start Date : 05-24-2018
Event End Date : 05-29-2018
DC BLACK PRIDE 2018. THE SUPREME FANTASY, 5 DAYS, 10 EVENTS, 1 HELL OF A PARTY. NOW MORE THAN EVER, THE MOST AFFORDABLE GOOD TIME ON EARTH. Now, critics and observers alike, all agree that last year’s DC Black Pride Fantasy was indeed the greatest, most amazing and most successful Pride in history, and the main event at the Wardman Ballroom was described by many attendees as an event straight out of a Hollywood movie. This year, we’re going back to our roots of saving you money. We heard your complaints and we agree, the cost of Pride has become prohibitive the past few years. Thus this year, we’re lowering the full price of our pass by as much as 30%, for the undisputed #1 Pride program in DC. Your pass gives you access to all of the 10 best events in DC on Memorial weekend with limited line. So, save a bundle of money and a tremendous amount of time in lines by getting your pass today Full Supreme Fantasy program will be published soon.

Event Start Date : 05-21-2018
Event End Date : 05-21-2018
This QuickBooks workshop will cover how to set up accounts payable, accounts receivable and financials. This seminar is provided by Philippe Lerner, CFO, MBA of PL Consulting. Free

2018 XA Bootcamp
Event Start Date : 05-22-2018
Event End Date : 05-23-2018
Join Design Group for our annual XA Bootcamp. Our education setting offers hands-on experience using your own environment, interaction with our team of experienced professors, peer knowledge sharing and open practice time. This insures you leave with the experience to use everything you learn immediately. Our track offerings this year are Power User, Build an App and Advanced. Power User - This track is for functional team members looking to streamline transactional processing and leverage all the tools available in Power-Link. Power Users can choose from the following areas for their labs: Manufacturing, Supply Chain, Customer Service/Sales, Finance and Engineering. NEW this year we will have optional Enterprise Financials labs. Build an App – (replaces basic). Apply basic Enterprise Integrator components and class training to create a fully functional application. This track requires prior knowledge of Power-Link and expects familiarity with editing file definitions/SQL and program source on the IBM i. Advanced – This track is for experienced Enterprise Integrator developers. In addition to our advanced labs, come test drive technologies you may not have working in your environment yet such as ION, Birst, Watson, Mobile and Cloud. NOTE: Because our Power User and Build an App track labs build on each other, you must remain in the same track for the duration of the Bootcamp. Please select a track during registration insuring you have met the prerequisites. Bootcamp moves quickly leaving little time to make up for a lack of prerequisite knowledge. Start planning now to win the popular "Design Group Innovator" award for the top customer project. Prerequistes include: Connectivity to your own test environment remotely Working knowledge of Power Link. Billable training by your channel partner should be arranged prior to the Bootcamp to address this. Each attendee responsible for bringing their own laptop Important Dates: Limited Spaces. Seat limits are set by track and registration will close once seats are filled for each track. Registration is now open. Early Bird Pricing : $1,695 ends April 11, 2018 (must use discount code Early Bird) Regular Pricing: $1,995 Hotel discount pricing ends on April 18, 2018 Company Group Discount: $200 off pp must use Discount Code: 2ORMORE (Only valid when registering 2 or more attendees)

A Wrinkle In TeaTime - Immerse Her Brunch Series May 20, 2018 12:00-3:30 pm
Event Start Date : 05-20-2018
Event End Date : 05-20-2018
Come as you are or dressed as fanciful as you like. Join the parents of the Dance Institute of Washington students for a fun event for a great cause: sending our girls to summer immersion dance programs. A Wrinkle In Teatime is the third brunch in a three part fundraising campaign called Immerse Her. Immerse Her was born out of a desire to surround girls with opportunities and experiences that empower them to pursue their goals with robust having been immersed in layers of exposure. This campaing is being held during National Women's Month at the Dance Institute of Washington and is supported by volunteers and local artists and entrepreneurs. Afrobeat - Soul - House Handcrafted Cocktails Small Plate Brunch Menu Art Auctions Entertainment ...with A Wrinkle In Time flair so bring out your fancy sci-fi hats and makeup! Be strong, be fearless, be beautiful. And believe that anything is possible when you have the right people there to support you. -Misty Copeland A Wrinkle In Teatime is the third brunch in a three part fundraising campaign called Immerse Her. Immerse Her was born out of a desire to surround girls with opportunities and experiences that empower them to pursue their goals with robust having been immersed in layers of exposure. This campaing is being held during National Women's Month at the Dance Institute of Washington and is supported by volunteers and local artists and entrepreneurs. You can support by attendiing and enjoy fun drinks, small plate brunch and music. There will be art on auction, entertainment and a "Giving Me Life Award" all while supporting hardworking young ladies grow. Be sure to attend all of three experiences...fantasy, afrofurism, shoes and cocktails and good music! Wakanda Forever Evening Brunch, March 25th from 7 pm - 11 pm An evening of good music, art, entertainment, dancing...and cocktails for a good cause! A Mile in Her Shoes, April 29th from 10 am - 3:30 pm A 5k run followed by a lively brunch raise heartbeats and awareness! A Wrinkle in Tea Time Sunday, May 20th from 12 pm - 3 pm A fancy-dress brunch with good music, great people and, of course, tesseracts! Donatations welcome! You can also support the event by donating to our Plum Account. Plumfund Fundraising Link for DIW Summer Dance Immersion Fund Watch a video about the Dance Institue of Washington here. Check out a winning DIW performance here.

Mixology 101 ( no experience necessary)
Event Start Date : 05-17-2018
Event End Date : 05-17-2018
Great for a date or a solo or buddy night out , a mixology class can help you become a home bartender and boost your hosting game to the next level. First 90 minutes Enjoy complimentary snacks while learning (and sipping) how to craft classic craft cocktails. Design your own and compete with other cocktail enthusiast. Winner gets to guest bartend at a DC local Bar. Last 30 minutes meet, mingle and imbibe. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY!! CHEERS!! NOTE: This class is every thursday and circumstances permitting. Organizer may postpone . Please call 202-705-1575 OR email to register and check for seat availability as they're limited per class. Tickets are non refundable but valid until Jan 2018. Check out our Facebook page for pics and photos DATE AND TIME Thu, May 17, 2018 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

Event Start Date : 05-14-2018
Event End Date : 05-14-2018
Get professional instruction on how to maintain your business accounts. This workshop includes instruction on basic accounting principles. This seminar is provided by Ann Graham, MS EA, CPA, Crosdale & Associates, LLC FREE Please note once you have registered for a workshop a confirmation email will be sent to you. To ensure you receive it, add our email address to your contact list so your confirmation and reminder email will be delivered to your Inbox. Otherwise it may be delivered to your Junk mail box.

ASR Technology Expo
Event Start Date : 05-16-2018
Event End Date : 05-16-2018
Join ASR Enterprises to learn where the security and audio/video insturies are today and where they will be tomorrow. Hear from industry experts from various technology vendors and spend one-on-one time seeing live demonstrations of the latest technology.

Mixed Media Creative Collage Workshop
Event Start Date : 05-19-2018
Event End Date : 05-19-2018
Collage is an easy, fun art form that allows you to use all kinds of elements. In this workshop, we will experiment with different collage and mixed media art techniques. No prior art experience needed. Just bring your imagination, dash of creativity and desire to let go and have fun! During this workshop, you will be guided through the process. We will start with the basics, markers and magazines. Then we will add our own unique touch using stamping, inks, stenciling, layers of design papers, napkins, paints, and much more! At the end of the workshop, you will leave with at least one unique collage filled with your creative self-expression. FAQs What do I need to bring? Imagination One or more of the following: Magazines to share, copies of pictures, cut out words or phrases and other items you want to add to your collage. (There will be plenty of art supplies provided.) Wear comfortable clothes Art supplies will be provided Directions to Workshop & Parking: The workshop space is located behind the Zinzeudo Infinite Wellness Center at 8232 Philadelphia Rd, Rosedale, MD 21237. Please park along the driveway. From the driveway, the workshop is located in the room (with the French doors) at the bottom of the driveway. How can I contact the organizer with any questions? Please send an email to Jenn McGraw at or fill in a contact form at Mixed Media Life.

Murder Mystery Dinner
Event Start Date : 05-25-2018
Event End Date : 05-25-2018
Join us for an evening of murder, mystery and mayhem as Whodunnit for Hire and Baldwin's Station Restaurant team up to bring you "19 Crimes" the Murder Mystery Dinner based on the brand of wine by the same name. Dates 01/26/18 - Sold Out 02/23/18 - Sold Out 03/23/18 - Sold Out Friday, April 27, 2018 Friday, May 25, 2018 Friday, June 29, 2018 Friday, July 27, 2018 Friday, August 31, 2018 Friday, September 28, 2018 Friday, October 26, 2018 Friday, November 2, 2018 WITH 25+ GUESTS CHOOSE YOUR OWN DATE. Timing 6:00 - 9:30 PM (Doors 6:00, Salad 7:00, Entree 8:00, Dessert 9:00) The Cost $75/person inclusive for the mystery, three course dinner with entree options, taxes, gratuity, happy hour drink prices all night and free parking in the lot out front or nearby. The Menu Salad Course: The Cellblock Caesar - romaine hearts, house-made croutons, shaved asiago, roasted garlic bruschetta, topped with house-made dressing Entree Course (Choose One): The Lawbreaker; Lamb - lamb loin chop drizzled with hot honey glaze, served with pine nut and cranberry couscous, and vegetable du jour Or The Jailbird; Chicken - grilled chicken breast with lemon basil beurre blanc, served with herb butter couscous and candied Malibu carrots Or The Unpardonable; Fish - roasted tilapia with sundried tomato cream sauce, served with wild rice pilaf and asparagus Dessert Course: The Sticky Fingers - apple cinnamon bread pudding drizzled with caramel and Chantilly cream Optional Wine Dinner Enjoy a glass of 19 Crimes Wine with each course. Glasses will be sold at the Happy Hour price of $6/glass and we encourage you to different options. Recommended Dress Business Casual Attire The Storyline In 1783, the British Government established 19 Crimes Punishable by Transportation. If convicted, the penalty was a one way trip to the penal colony in Australia. Jump to present day Sykesville, Maryland. This is a quiet town. It is filled with quaint shops, antique stores and clothing boutiques. It recently had the honor of winning the prestigious title "Coolest Town in America." The folks are friendly and quick with a smile. But they are frustrated with outliers unwilling to follow some simple rules. So, the townsfolk have updated and reinstated the 19 Crimes. Tonight those convicted will enjoy a farewell dinner surrounded by family and friends; for tomorrow they will be banished from Sykesville and shipped out of town. Unfortunately, a stranger will stumble in during their last meal and die! Oh no! The convicts and guests will be called upon to help solve the crime. They will search for clues, interrogate suspects and solve whodunnit. The murder mystery is a comedy and will at no time have guests frightened or confused. Participation Encouraged This event is an interactive murder mystery game. As a guest, you will be asked to participate as a convict, sleuth or a suspect. Watch out! You could be accused of the crime. 19 Crimes Tonight's murder mystery storyline is based on a wine created by the Australian winemaker Tony Robinson. Treasury Wine Estates was first established in 1843 in Hunter Valley, Australia and today has an award winning portfolio of more than 70 brands of wine. One of those brands is "19 Crimes" and it was the catalyst for this tale of intrigue written and presented by Whodunnit for hire. Additional Seats| Special Requests | Private Party Inquiries If the date you'd like to join us is shown as sold out, please call. We might be able to accommodate you. If you have a group of 30 or more guests you may schedule the date, time and party theme of your choice. If you have any questions or wish to schedule a private party, please do not hesitate to contact me, Wendy Olenik, Owner of Whodunnit for Hire. I'd be delighted to help. Email Phone 410-549-2722 Text 4437985536 Refunds A full refund is available up to seven days in advance. Within seven days you are responsible for finding a replacement. You may give your ticket to a friend or family member. Or you could try to sell your ticket on FAQs Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes. Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? There is no minimum age, however you should be aware that most guests will be over 21, alcohol will be available for purchase throughout the event and it is a wine themed show. You must be 21 in order to purchase alcohol. What are my parking options for the event? Parking is free in front of the restaurant or in the free lot just around the corner at 732 Oklahoma Avenue. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? No. Do I need to provide entree selections in advance? Yes. Once your reservation is confirmed, please provide the entree choice (lamb, chicken or fish) or each member of your party. Failing to do so will result in an option being chosen for you.

Padonia Mother's Day Brunch
Event Start Date : 05-13-2018
Event End Date : 05-13-2018
Celebrate Mother's Day at Padonia with our Mother's Day Brunch! Enjoy Beverages, a Parfait Station, an Omelette Station, a Salad Station, Entrees, Accompaniments, and Desserts! When buying tickets, please choose a Check-In Time from the following: 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Email your Check-In Time Request to for approval.

Jazz Fridays @ The House of Chiefs
Event Start Date : 05-18-2018
Event End Date : 05-18-2018
Expect to be wowed and serenaded to your heart's delight every Friday in our cozy and intimate world class jazz venue followed by our late night Jam sessionwhich may run until 3:a.m with Top jazz performers and up and coming musicians in the Baltimore Washington area and out of area visiting musicians. $20 cover. Seating starts at 7p. BYOB. Great Food. Hookahs available. Reserved Seating and Premium Service Available. Musicians are welcome to participate in our Jam session based on first come first served basis or you can email your interest to not later than 8pm to be placed on the roster. $5 cover for registered musicians only during the late night jam session. The House of Chiefs has a strict dress code. Specifically No Tennis Shoes - No Flip Flops - No Timberland Boots Or Work boots of any Kind - No Striped Polos - No Athletic Gear - No Excessively Baggy Clothes - No Baseball Caps or Hoodies - No Shorts - No White Tee Shirts. Call or Text 410.725.6380 to confirm that there is no cancellation. Join our mailing list at for event updates.

Event Start Date : 05-15-2018
Event End Date : 05-15-2018
This workshop will include information on Seeking Contracts, Core Basic Contract Standards, Documentation on Contract practices and Proposal Presentation tips. This workshop is provided by Shawnte Wright, Multi-Stream Consulting Contract Training. Free Please note once you have registered for a workshop a confirmation email will be sent to you. To ensure you receive it, add our email address to your contact list so your confirmation and reminder email will be delivered to your Inbox. Otherwise it may be delivered to your Junk mail box.

2018 Family Caregiver Conference
Event Start Date : 05-23-2018
Event End Date : 05-23-2018
by Baltimore City Health Department Division of Aging and CARE Services

BSO Presents - Raiders of the Lost Ark Movie with Orchestra
Event Start Date : 05-11-2018
Event End Date : 05-13-2018
Under the baton of Jack Everly, experience Raiders of the Lost Ark like never before as the BSO performs John Williams' epic score alongside the classic Steven Spielberg film. Event Details Category: Performing Arts, Visual Arts Event Hours: Varies depending on day Costs: Advanced: $30.00 Phone: 410-783-8021

11th Annual Calvert Arts Festival
Event Start Date : 05-12-2018
Event End Date : 05-12-2018
Sample Patuxent Trail wines and local breweries' craft beers ($15 fee) with souvenir glass. Outstanding juried artisans, great food, children's crafts, raffles & more. Tour our historic church building and grounds and walk our labyrinth! Event Details Category: Fairs & Festivals, Food & Drink Event Hours: 11 AM-6 PM Phone: 410-231-8150

A Mother's Day Celebration
Event Start Date : 05-10-2018
Event End Date : 05-10-2018
A Mother’s Day Celebration, the largest Mother’s Day concert in Salisbury in ten years features Fred Hammond, Donnie McClurkin, Charles Jenkins, James Fortune and Take 6. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 7:30pm Costs: General: $39.50, Advanced: $39.50, Children: $39.50, Senior: $39.50, Military: $39.50, Student: $39.50 Phone: 410-548-4911

A•MAZE•D: The Puzzling World of Dave Phillips
Event Start Date : 06-02-2018
Event End Date : 06-02-2018
Admission is free with museum entry, which is $15.95 for individuals two and up. Members and children younger than two are admitted for free. Family-friendly

Downtown Landmarks and Lions: Monumental City Tour
Event Start Date : 06-03-2018
Event End Date : 06-03-2018
Where can you find a piece of the Berlin Wall, a cannon ball mounted on a Conestoga wagon hitch, and over a hundred lions looking down at you from the tops of Baltimore's buildings? On our Downtown Landmarks and Lions tour, of course! In this leisurely stroll—we cover a little over a mile in a little over an hour—you’ll see and hear the highlights of downtown Baltimore’s history and architecture. Best of all, you'll discover where all the noble lions, hellish fiends, and neo-Egyptian sphinxes are hiding—the trick is in looking up! If you are Baltimore born-and-raised or a visitor from out-of-town, you don’t want to miss this Monumental City walking tour! Mount Vernon

Peabody Modern Orchestra
Event Start Date : 05-02-2018
Event End Date : 05-02-2018
Conducted by Joseph Young, the Peabody Modern Orchestra will present works by Helmut Lachenmann, Bryce Dessner, and Witold Lutoslawski. Tickets available April 2. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 7:30-9:30pm Phone: 667-208-6620

Classical Guitar Ensemble - Soloists Showcase
Event Start Date : 05-01-2018
Event End Date : 05-01-2018
The TU Classical Guitar Ensemble and select student soloists, under the direction of guitar faculty Troy King, present music by the Baroque masters, as well as that of the contemporary composers they inspired. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 8-9:30pm Phone: 410-704-2787

"Purchased Lives" The Interstate Slave Trade, 1808-1865" Frederick Douglass
Event Start Date : 06-01-2018
Event End Date : 07-31-2018
This riveting and important exhibit is on loan to Homewood from the Historic New Orleans collection. It provides actual slave trade documents, chilling accounts and troubling artifacts. Event Details Category: Civil War, History & Heritage, Multicultural

Annapolis Arts Week
Event Start Date : 06-01-2018
Event End Date : 06-10-2018
Celebrate Annapolis' diverse arts scene! Annapolis Arts Week will feature three annual events – Paint Annapolis, First Sunday Arts Festival, and Annapolis Arts & Wine Festival – while spotlighting gallery exhibits, live music and performing arts. Event Details Category: Performing Arts, Visual Arts, Fairs & Festivals Phone: 888-302-2852

Faculty Recital - The Devil Made Me Do It
Event Start Date : 05-08-2018
Event End Date : 05-08-2018
TU faculty member Leah Inger, soprano, presents an evening of mischief exploring a transformation from demure to impure in cabaret form. May contain material recommended for mature audiences. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 6-7pm Phone: 410-704-2787

Madeleine Peyroux
Event Start Date : 05-02-2018
Event End Date : 05-02-2018
Madeleine Peyroux's recent album Secular Hymns is a spirited and soulful masterwork of loping, skipping, sassy, feisty and sexy tunes delivered in a captivating mélange of funk, blues and jazz. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 8pm Costs: General: $69.50 Phone: 410-268-4545

Bob Brown Puppets - Teddy Bear’s Picnic
Event Start Date : 05-03-2018
Event End Date : 05-03-2018
Mother Bear and Baby Bear set out on a picnic and meet all kinds of unexpected friends and foes. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 9:30am and 11:15am Costs: General: $5.00 Phone: 301-277-1710

A Year with Frog and Toad
Event Start Date : 05-03-2018
Event End Date : 05-03-2018
Arnold Lobel’s well-loved characters hop from the page to the stage. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 10:15am and 12N Costs: General: $9.00 Phone: 410-252-8717

DreamWorks Madagascar A Musical Adventure Jr
Event Start Date : 05-04-2018
Event End Date : 05-20-2018
Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo and, of course, those hilarious, plotting penguins as they bound onto stage in the musical adventure of a lifetime. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: Varies depending on day Costs: General: $15.00, Children: $12.00, Senior: $12.00, Military: $12.00 Phone: 410-757-2281

African American Tradition Bearers - Studio Gallery
Event Start Date : 05-04-2018
Event End Date : 05-27-2018
The African American Tradition Bearers Exhibition will be featured in the Studio Gallery. Event Details Category: Visual Arts, Multicultural Event Hours: Varies depending on day Phone: 410-778-6300

Annual Pops Concert
Event Start Date : 05-05-2018
Event End Date : 05-05-2018
For 40 years and running, the Annual Pops Concert has been a big hit with audiences. We guarantee you will walk out humming more than one tune from this lighter fare of great classic music. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 8pm Costs: General: $25.00, Student: $10.00 Phone: 301-405-2787

African American Children's Book Fair
Event Start Date : 05-05-2018
Event End Date : 05-05-2018
Join us for a fun-filled day focused on kids’ literature about African Americans and people of other ethnicities. 6th Annual. Event Details Category: Fairs & Festivals, Literary Arts, Multicultural Event Hours: 11am-4pm Phone: 443-263-1829

An Evening of Jazz with Christian Sands Trio
Event Start Date : 05-06-2018
Event End Date : 05-06-2018
Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society hosts a concert by Grammy nominated jazz pianist Christian Sands. At only 27, “Sands is skilled, soulful and melodic...his energy and spirit altering with each tune” (Noisey). Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 5-7pm Costs: General: $45.00, Advanced: $45.00, Children: $45.00, Senior: $43.00, Military: $45.00, Student: $10.00 Phone: 410-385-5888

Bach in Baltimore Season Finale Concert
Event Start Date : 05-06-2018
Event End Date : 05-06-2018
We end our 30th season with Bach’s inventive motet, Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied (Sing unto the Lord a new song.) The Bach In Baltimore Choir will also perform several acapella works by American composers. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 4-6pm Costs: General: $22.00, Advanced: $20.00 Phone: 410-941-9262

Jazz & Commercial Music Showcases
Event Start Date : 05-07-2018
Event End Date : 05-08-2018
Under the coaching of Jazz/Commercial Music faculty, the students present an evening of music as the culmination of this semester’s work, featuring original compositions as well as jazz classics. Event Details Category: Performing Arts Event Hours: 8-9:30pm Phone: 410-704-2787

C&O Canal Bike Journey & the Great Allegheny Passage
Event Start Date : 05-07-2018
Event End Date : 09-09-2018
Explore miles of historic C&O Canal on a three-day journey for adventurers of all ages. Discover towns along the canal. Enjoy Historic Town Tours, Museum Tours, Whitewater Rafting, or Kayaking/Fishing. Event Details Category: History & Heritage, Nature & Outdoor, Sports Phone: 800-272-4141