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Come aboard The Black-Eyed Susan, an authentic Mississippi paddlewheel riverboat, and figure out whodunit. Participants are offered beverages, hors d'oeuvres, and a three-course dinner as they try to solve the night's murder mystery.
Barbra Franco will be leading a discussion and information session about the second great awakening and how it affected and shapped the America that we know today.
Art from local artists will be showcased at this holiday themed art show. Free food and drinks will be available for patrons and 20% of all the proceeds will support a non-profit organization called Moveable Feast that delivers meals and provides services to those with chronic illnesses who must remain at home.
Tour the 19th century mansion, have refreshments, and get your picture taken with Santa.
Way Off Broadway's Children's Theatre presents their performance of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, complete with their own special twist in which it's a "miserly" Miss Ebenezer who experiences the ghosts of Christmas.
Enjoy holiday classics new and old in the show "High Hopes!"
The historic Union Square neighborhood will host their Cookie Tour for the 28th time this Christmas season. The homeowners talk about where they live while handing out holiday cookies.
Along the 2.5-mile route stretching through Medfield and Hampden, you’ll see floats, local TV and radio personalities, 100 Harleys, Mummers of Philadelphia, Miss Yuletide and Jr. Miss Yuletide, and the Jolly Old Elf himself.
Sweet Honey in the Rock, a well known a cappella group will sing faith-based songs that will celebrate the Holydays. The set will feature many holiday songs that have an influence of African American music.
For the 27th year, Columbia Pro Cantare will perform Hansel's masterpiece, "Messiah."
For the 28th year in a row, union Square organizes the Cookie Tour. What is it? Unfortunaly, it does not involve cookie, as we were hoping. But it does involve seasonal decoration and visits of the tradition Victorian-style 19th century houses of the neighborhood!
Nothing quite says Christmas like Christams cookies. However, the Union Square neighborhood offers vistors more than just cookies, including tours of their National Register of Historic Places district along with tours of 15 of the 19th century homes that compise the neighborhood, all of which will be decorated for the season.
Come watch a screening of the film Soul Food Junkies. Following the film there will be a panel discussion with Michael J. Wilson, Director, Maryland Hunger Solutions; Naijha Wright, Restauranteur, Land of Kush; and Denzel Mitchell, Founder and Farm Manager, Five Seeds Family Farm and Apiary.
Johns Hopkins Professor Mary Jo Salter will stop by the Barnes and Nobles to read and discuss her latest book, Nothing by Design. This book of poetry covers feelings of loss, the presence of nothingness and the constant ebb and flow between conflict and the search for peace.
Join the Pasadena Theater Company for their presentation of the Christmas classic, "A Christmas Carol." Preceeded by a Christmas concert directed by David Merrill, this will be the company's sixth performance of Dicken's classic tale to date.
Admission includes waffles 4 U. At Copy Cat B403.
Hear a performance of Sibelius' Symphony #2 and Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite, and then take part in a sing along of Handel's Hallelujah Chorus.
This vocal performance will feature a mix of traditional and contemporary gospel music.
With Mark Brine & Alan MacEwen.
An upbeat stage version of the holiday favorite, White Christmas. The show will feature some of Berlin's best tunes such as "Blue Skies", and "How Deep Is The Ocean". Playing live at the Hippodrome Theatre.
A benefit stageplay, originally perfromed by the students of Lake Clifton High School. Directed by Dr. Ahmed Royalty.
Shop for your favorite tunes or clothes at this rock and roll guitar show. Music by Daisy Smash.
DJ Mills spins classic 1993 songs from bands such as Wu-Tang Clan, Nirvana, A Tribe Called Quest, Dr. Dre, and more. Gage and AK Slaughter also perform.
The first night of the four-day HFSmas Nutcracker features performances by Panic at the Disco, Hellogoodbye, and the Colorist.
Head on over to Harbor East on Tuesday afternoons for shots of hot chocolate at the Harbor East "bar" on Aliceanna Street. There will be complimentary treats and live music as well.
Learn how to screen print on a thermofax! 10 spots are open for printing and include your very own reusable screen, printing squeegee and access to ink. Bring your own items (shirts, bags, cards, etc) and watch the magic happen! It's also free to come watch so by all means come on down!
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