Get issue contents, specials, andhighlights in your inbox.
Jack and his friend Daisy the cow are given magical beans by a mysterious man and embark on magical adventures. The musical will run as a part of the Pumpkin Theatre's season of "Discovering New Friendships Through Familiar Tales."
Accomplished and multi-talented D.C. Curry performs standup for Baltimore.
A standup veteran of 20 years, Nick Griffin has his own half-hour special on Comedy Central debuting this Spring.
All card based games welcome. Drink specials starting at eight.
Come out for a DJ battle, cornhole tournament, flip cup tournament, beer pong tournament, and a wing eating contest.
Comedian April Macie fights gender stereotypes and double standards through her standup.
Local comedians compete for a cash prize.
Internet personality and host of the new show "Deal With It," Theo Von performs standup.
Thomas the train engine stops in his trans-country tour to give preschoolers a delightful ride.
For the entirety of Earth week, all zoo educational programs center on improving and caring for the world around us.
Shopping, entertainment, and cocktails are combined with a live fashion show making it quite a happening fashion event.
Join DC-area chamber chorus, Voices XXI (Voices 21), for a performance meant to evoke a "mosaic" of emotions, from grief and compassion to joy and peace. The concert will include motets from classical greats such as Brahms, Mendelssohn, and Sermisy, as well as contemporary pieces such as Eliza Gilkyson's "Requiem," which was written for the 2004 Asian tsunami victims.
Dress up as a human or a zombie (which gets you an undead makeover) in this 3 mile race/obstacle course.
The St. Louis Church Concert Series presents Spring at St. Louis, a concert featuring the talents of Shannon Lock, violinist and winner of the 2013-2014 Concerto Competition.
Sponsored by Patapsco Valley State Park and Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park., come out and bring your families to a day of various fun activities from live animals to a disc golf display for visitors.
Actor and comedian Micheal Blackson performs standup.
Burlesque/cabaret themed life drawing session with prizes.
Eat breakfast alongside some of your favorite animals, including penguins, giraffes, and elephants. Same-day entry to the zoo is included with ticket price.
Help suppport the local ecosystem by buying and planting native Maryland plants in your home.
Design, build, and test your own moving sculpture.
Strap on your sneakers for an out-and-back 13.1 miles for victims of domestic violence at the House of Ruth in this annual race hosted by the Maryland Athletic Club. The course will be wooded and beautiful, and it's about a 45 minute drive from Baltimore to Freeland where it's hosted. A lot of the crazies who do these races do it for fun, so why not run for a good cause?
Commemorate all the free, open nature trails across the country in Baltimore's own backyard for a guided historic walking tour of Druid Hill Park. The park is 745 acres, and though it won't put you in the middle of the wilderness or anything, it'll offer some beautiful views, historical information and people to meet.
Pretend you're actually a member of the cast of the Knight's Tale and grab a lance and get ready for some medieval excitement--oh, wait no, you won't be jousting any actual humans. You'll be trying to capture some miniature rings while riding the horse with your lance, like the training sequence in the movie. Maybe you'll get to try on people somewhere else, if you find a time machine.
Hunks of metal on wheels will be smashing into eachother for your entertainment, almost like battle-bots or medieval gladiators. We'd suggest sitting sideline with some popcorn or whatever it is demo derby fans eat rather than in the cars themselves.
Baltimoreans hop on bikes for the 12th annual tour of the parks on wheels. Get a scenic ride-by view of Peterson Park, Druid Hill, Herring Run, and more. You have a choice of four routes, depending on how ambiitious your quads are feeling that day varying in distance and intensity. A barbecue awaits your charriot's return, and all proceeds will go to the parks and cycling groups of the city. It's better than the stationary at the gym, wouldn't you say?
Enjoy spectacular fireworks as you cruise the Annapolis Harbor. The cruise includes light snacks and a cash bar.
The rolling hills of Howard County might be the perfect place for an amibitous young triathlete to begin their career, with a .62 mile swim, a 16 mile bike, and 3.4 mile run. The event is in commemoration of serive heroes, including first responders, military heroes, volunteers and ordinary people who do heroic things. Finishing this race can be a heroic act in itself, and prize money will suppot charities.
Celebrate the O Say Can You See! Star Spangled Spectacular, a free festival celebrating 200 years of our national anthem. Enjoy lively re-enactments, Chesapeake style food and drink, and some patriotic live music.
Kick off the festivities with a commemoration of the Battle of North Point.
"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."
No people found
Compass Rose Theater presents Shakespeare's classic play about two star-crossed lovers caught between a feuding families.
Breakfast and pictures with the Easter Bunny, followed by crafts and animals.
Brewmore Baltimore, a documentary focusing on the history of beer brewing in the Baltimore region, will be screened for a public viewing at the Heavy Seas Brewery. The film is directed by Nick Kovaci and features local authors Maureen O’Prey and Rob Kasper. Of course, guests will be provided beer in honor of the documentary.
Brooks Tegler sings the music of Cole Porter and translates the compositions of George Gerswin to voice.
Rams Head presents folk-rock duo the Indigo Girls playing at the Maryland Hall.
501 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21278
All parts of this site Copyright ©2014 Baltimore City Paper.
Arts and Minds
The News Hole
Big Music Issue
Eat Special Issue
Find a Restaurant
Find a Club
Search Calendar Events
Enter Calendar Event
Dance and Dancing
Gay and Lesbian
Sports and Recreation
Best of Baltimore Home
Big Books Issue
Film Fest Frenzy
Big Music Issue
Fiction and Poetry Contest
At Your Service
Win Free Stuff
Event and Issue Newsletters
We are in the process of making some sweeping changes to our calendar system. Our crack team of internet imagineers are hard at work to make our site better and easier for our users to find exactally what they want in and around baltimore.
Don't have an account?
Have a Facebook account? Login using your Facebook account to share your activities with friends.