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The Harlem Globetrotters help to open Towson University's new Tiger Arena with three games on June 19, June 20, and June 21.
Proceeds from this fundraiser will benefit the Baltimore Harbor Waterkeepers who clean up Baltimore's streams and harbors. Walkups will be limited so get your tickets while you can!
on June 19th, the Museum of African American History and Culture is holding a press and hospitality preview for "Ashe to Amen," an exhibition presenting African American artists' interpretations of biblical stories and traditions. RSVP by June 11th to Lisa Woods at 443-263-1809, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who have three or more As will get into the aquarium for free. Check aqua.org for additional requirements.
Celerbate 100 years of screen painting.
An art form found only in Baltimore and born wholly in Highlandtown, screen painting is 100-years-old this year! A premiere at The Patterson exactly 25 years ago, The Screen Painters tracks the birth of painting window screens and how it became an artform. Homeowners commissioned their screen doors and windows to be painted so that they could see out but passersby couldn’t see in. Painted screen scholar Elaine Eff joins in a post- film discussion with cinematographer ichard Chilsom, along with screen painters Dee Herget, Tom Lipka, and others. Little Castles, the short doc on Balti- more’s Formstone tradition, opens. Supported by The PNC Foundation.
Cherry Hill Branch, 606 Cherry Hill Road, 2 p.m.
Learn needlecrafts from others or teach someone a new skill. All ages and skill levels welcome. Pennsylvania Avenue Branch, 1531 West North Avenue, 3:30 p.m.
Port Discovery celebrates homes across the world. Guests will have the chance to build homes out of Lincoln logs and K'Nex figures, among other activities.
Tea time and a history lesson about life during the war of 1812.
Now’s your chance to customize your bike with paint, special duct tape, decoupage images, and designs. Basic maintenance and repair are also covered. Instructors are MICA Community Arts MFA candidates Andy Dahl and Michelle Nugent. Bring your bicycles. Bicyclists of all ages are welcome. Materials are provided!
Special chance to customize or repair your bike with materials provided.
See East Baltimore’s famous painted screens and sites up close on the first “Painted Screens Pilgrimage.” Join Elaine Eff, painted screen’s authority, for a personalized bus tour with stops from Little Bohemia to Fells Point. Start with breakfast and view the documentary film The Screen Painters. Tour begins and ends at The Patterson.
A day of food, dancing, and crafts to celebrate Baltimore's new Americans.
Drink in a piece of history at the Mount Clare Museum House's Tea Time, with American Girl Doll Caroline Abbot. During this hour long event guests can learn about life during the War of 1812 through the eyes of your favorite doll, Caroline, while enjoying hot chocolate and cookies.
Enjoy live music, dance, stories, a craft market, and food by Baltimore’s newest Americans! Presented by The Creative Alliance, Baltimore Resettlement Center, and Refugee Youth Project.
Join artist Nancy Josephson as you find out how to create big stories from small objects and gain creative art ideas.
On June 23, 2013 authors Lucina Wall, Mark Bradley and Charlene Kurland will be appearing at Ukazoo Books, 730 Dulaney Valley Road, in Towson. The event will be held from 1:00-4:00 pm. Lucina Wall is the author of Living the Dream Again: Volume I & Volume II. Mark Bradley will be signing copies of Writing Poems in the Rain. Charlene Kurland will be signing copies of Sarti's Stay Slim System.
A handful of PublishAmerica's top writers, among which are Lucina Wall (author of Living the Dream Again: Volume I & Volume II) and Charlene Kurland (author of Sarti's Stay Slim System), will be conducting a joint book signing in Towson.
Members of the Maryland Zoo are invited into the zoo a half hour before the park's official opening in order to enjoy special member-only benefits, including free rides on the Jones Fall Zephyr.
Members are invited into the Maryland Zoo a half hour before the official opening in order to enjoy special member-only benefits, including free rides on the Jones Falls Zephyr.
A single-elimination culinary tournament performed to benefit Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.
Standup comedy featuring six different comedians.
Spend Monopoly money and start drinking for "Cheap Ass Prizes", free/reduced price drinks, and gift certificates to local game and comic book stores for ALL players. Tons of new and old games are provided, but you're welcome to bring your favorite Battle-Ship set along (or any other game.) Get playing and get drinking.
Debut novel of author Carene Bauer.
Screenwriters join together to network, get feedback, and have fun.
Enjoy live music, free beer (2/person, 21+ w/ valid ID), cornhole, and ping pong at Downtown’s chilliest outdoor happy hour. Center plaza is located at the corner of N. Charles & Fayette Street.
"The Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance exists to create a cohesive cultural community that strengthens the livability and economic vitality of Baltimore and its five surrounding counties. GBCA serves arts and cultural institutions, non-profit arts organizations and artists by: 1) acting as a unifying voice and bridge builder, 2) convening the cultural community, 3) providing information to and about the regional cultural sector."
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Wanna dine at the best restaurants in Locust Point? Of course you do. Nothin' but the best for you. Discover four outstanding foodie hot spots in the neighborhood with this darn Dishcrawl event!
It's time to lace up your favorite dancing shoes and head out to the Reginald F. Lewis Museum for a night of hand dancing, line dancing, and two steping.
It's an art show! It's a fashion runway fashion show! It's both a fashion show and an art show (red carpet fashion viewings included), in honor of our inaugural fashion issue. At the Fashionable Art Show guests can enjoy the musical styling of DJ's J Mack and Jason Joseph whilst sipping on cocktails at the open bar.
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