Weekends on - um - NOT Wednesday! [Oops]

Wow! Time gets away on us, doesn't it!? Are you ready for Christmas yet? (I'm not.) Only 6 more sleeps - but who's counting?

What would YOU like to do this weekend!?



Dec 20

Messiah at St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Annapolis
Dec 20-22

Messiah at the Kennedy Center (Washington DC)
Um. That's TONIGHT, actually. Act quick if you want to go!

Dec 20-22

Holiday Family Opera: The Lion, The Unicorn, and Me 
The story of the Nativity from the Donkey's point of view. It's getting good reviews!
At the Kennedy Center until Dec 22

Live Nativity - Lutherville
(Timonium Area)
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
St Johns United Methodist Church

216 W Seminary Ave
Lutherville Timonium , MD

Dec 21

Cake Class at Charm City Cakes

The Great Russian Nutcracker
Performed by the Moscow Ballet Company 

Presented by Ballet Theatre of Maryland

7-9 pm
Wyman Park Dell in Baltimore

Join us for our annual celebration of the Winter Solstice in the Dell on December 21. Enjoy live music by open fires, hot drinks & snacks for sale, and marshmallows for roasting. Music will be provided by local musicians Megan Beller & Michael Raitzyk.

11 am

An annual family favorite, this fun-filled holiday program features an all-new show featuring Pepito the Clown joining the ever-popular Ronnie the Reindeer, Music Director Tom Hall and the Chorus, and Santa of course!

7 pm
Ayres Chapel United Methodist Church
3046 Ayres Chapel Road

White Hall, MD

The Princess and the Pea
Dec 21-22
All shows take place at 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm 
2905 Walnut Ave, Owings Mills, Maryland 

A mysterious young woman must prove to a skeptical King and Queen that she is a princess of royal blood. She must pass three tests involving ghosts, gold and, of course, a pea. Will the evil court attendant foil her plans to marry the Prince? Or will Prince Erik’s magic troll have the last laugh and set things right?

This looks interesting...

2:00 - 3:30 pm
Admission is free, space is limited
For more info call: 410.823.1309 x251 or visit www.nps.gov/hamp
535 Hampton Lane, Towson, MD

Experience the “peculiar institution” that fueled the United States’ economic engine and made vast plantations such as Hampton possible, through an enslaved woman’s eyes. Dressed in period attire, Park Ranger, Angela Roberts will take you on a 90 minute journey through the Hampton mansion, ice house, and octagon house foundation. She will share the history of those who toiled to make the Ridgelys’ lavish lifestyle possible.