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Timonium Motorcycle Show (Timonium)
Every foreign and domestic motorcycle manufacturer's newest models on display..huge custom & antique bike show..100's of exhibits covering everything in motorcycling..huge Swap Meet, Biker Fashion Shows, tattoo contests and more! NEW this year..the 'Travel, Touring & Adventure Feature Area!
Southern Maryland Spring Home Show (Upper Marlboro)
Whether you’ve been in your home for years or just moved in, the Home Show is the one-stop shop for all your home improvement needs!
Skillfully accompanied by a concert cellist, this 90-minute performance cleverly combines world-class sleight of hand, dynamic story-telling, mind-games, psychological illusions and tons of audience participation.
Colonial Players presents "The Liar" (Annapolis)
Last Weekend! This sparkling comedy is the story of a man who can't tell the truth, and his servant who can't tell a lie. Together, they roar into Paris and into the immediate pursuit of ladies they meet in the Tuilleries Gardens.
The Little Prince (Frederick)
Maryland Ensemble Theatre’s (MET) family theatre, The Fun Company, is proud to present, “The Little Prince”. Through March 8, 2015.
The Maryland Humanities Council and Banneker-Douglass Museum launch the 2015 Maryland tour of the Smithsonian traveling exhibition, "Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America" with "Untold Stories," a unique exhibition examining the contributions of athletes at Maryland's HBCUs. Runs now thru Mar. 28
I Hate Hamlet (Bowie)
2nd Star Production’s current comedic offering. We follow television star Andrew Rally on his quest to become a true actor, helped and hampered by his agent, his friends, and of course, by the ghost of John Barrymore, one of the most famous American Hamlets of the 20th century.
The Importance of being Earnest (Baltimore)
Double lives and double standards abound and delicious, plot-twisting mayhem ensues. This quintessential comedy of manners by Oscar Wilde features some of the funniest lines ever written.
Cask to Kisses: Wine and Chocolate Pairing (Mount Airy)
Love is in the air all month long. Wine and chocolate are a match made in heaven. Enjoy learning how to partner up your wine and chocolate. $10 Call for availability. Reservations recommended.
Celebrate Black History Month at the B&O (Baltimore)
The B&O Railroad Museum opens a new African American exhibit that celebrates the contributions of African Americans to the railroad industry. Learn about these men and women who filled vital jobs along the B&O Railroad's line and understand how significant social issues, such as segregation, affected railroading.
Mrs. Alving has kept the sins of her late husband a secret for her entire life. But soon the ghosts of the past catch up to her when her only son arrives back home with a deadly illness, looking for answers.
The Lieutenant of Inishmore (D.C.)
In this dark comedy, an Irish National Liberation Army enforcer goes on a rampage when the one thing he loves -- his cat -- is killed. Presented by Constellation Theatre Company.
The Visionary Experience (Baltimore)
Featuring a spirited centennial celebration of America's most prolific self-tutored & "on fire" artist, Rev. Howard Finster. With illuminating works by visionaries: Ingo Swann, Jimi Hendrix, Christine Sefolosha, Walter Russell, Robert Crumb, Paolo Soleri, Dr. Bob Hieronimus, & more!
Swan Lake (Baltimore)
Founded by legendary dancer and former Prima ballerina of The Bolshoi Theatre Ballet, Maya Plissetskaya, The State Ballet Theatre of Russia, now under the direction of award-winning dancer and Moiseyev soloist Nikolay Anokhin, presents one of the greatest classical ballets of all time.
Red Army (D.C.)
Documentary examining Russia's mighty hockey team
Savion Glover's STePZ (North Bethesda)
Tony Award winner (Bring in ‘Da Noise, Bring in ‘Da Funk) has stepped into his own legendary status in the tap world, and in his newest show he pays homage to past tap masters to music that ranges from John Coltrane to Prince to Shostakovich.
37th Annual Irish Evening (Columbia)
Nationally lauded fiction writer Emma Donoghue joins Howard County Poetry and Literature Society as guest writer for its 37th annual Irish Evening. Donoghue will read from several of her acclaimed works, followed by a performance by musical group Narrowbacks in a concert of traditional Irish music.
Concert for the Cure (Easton)
Susan G. Komen Maryland presents the Concert for the Cure featuring the Paul Reed Smith Band. Plus, a live auction for a SIGNED Paul Reed Smith SE Custom 24 Guitar. All proceeds from the concert benefit Komen Maryland.
The National Theatre of Scotland and Royal Shakespeare Company team up for the sequel to "Macbeth."
Gloriana, Maddie, and Tae and more (Silver Spring)
WMZQ unites popular country acts on one stage
Robert Slawson, MD, FACR, and author of Prologue to Change: African Americans in Medicine in the Civil War Era, will tell the unlikely story of a handful of African-American physicians who rose against discrimination to serve as surgeons for the Union Army during the Civil War.
Kickoff Black History Month at the Smithsonian. The event, inspired by the museum's new exhibition called "Rising Up: Hale Woodruff's Murals at Talladega College," includes hands-on activities, live music, family gallery tours, musical performances and a genealogy workshop.
The kid's show explores sibling rivalry and cooperation, incorporating audience participation and humor.
A Walk in Father Henson's Footsteps (North Bethesda)
Retrace the footsteps of Reverend Josiah Henson from his enslavement to escape on the Underground Railroad to freedom in Canada. Walk the grounds where Henson toiled as a slave on the Isaac Riley plantation. Learn about his extraordinary life, which inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe's landmark novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin.
The tenor and pianist perform Schubert's "Winterreise," after which Bostridge discusses his new book "Schubert's Winter Journey: Anatomy of an Obsession.". At the Coolidge Auditorium.
There’s nothing like a crisp winter day! Get out and get active with your family on this guided nature hike. Discover how to identify trees in winter; learn survival tactics of wildlife and many more winter wonders. Event Cost: $8.00
13th Annual Kid's Consignment Sale (Westminster)
This is the one stop shopping for all your kid's needs, clothing size from infant to size 12-14. Now accepting juniors clothing plus toys, books, shoes, sporting equipment, infant and toddler equipment and much more. Half priced sale 3pm-5pm.
Black nurses served in both Union and Confederate hospitals, and their surgeons counterparts treated civilians and soldiers on the battlefield in army hospitals. Historian Jill L. Newmark will share her knowledge of this intriguing subject.
Phil Wiggins brings his incredible talent to the Playhouse for an evening of sublime blues backed by the Chesapeake Sheiks.
Richardson Farms Annual Winter Craft Show (White Marsh)
Over 50 vendors displaying. demonstrating and selling their items. Proceeds from Raffle and registration fees go to the Kidney foundation research program.
Menopause the Musical (Frederick)
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Duquesne University's Tamburitzans! (Rockville)
America's Premier Folk Ensemble. The Tamburitzans dazzles audiences across the country with elaborate costumes and incredibly versatile musicians, singers, and dancers.
Dr. Ampadu will present an illustrated talk on Frances E.W. Harper, 19th Century writer. Learn about this dynamic, courageous young woman writer of anti-slavery stories, plays, and poems. Dr. Lena Ampadu will present an illustrated talk. Adults & Teens; $3 members; $5 non-members
Breakfast with Hello Kitty (New Market)
$12 Breakfast per person. *One child age 2 or younger free for Breakfast w/ paid admission. The Hello Kitty Little Tykes Combo ($17) includes buffet and three hours of unlimited use of Gold Rush Soft Playground (for kids under 48" height) $5 worth of arcade credit. Hello Kitty Value Combo ($22) includes buffet and three hours of access to Laser Tag, Ropes Course, Rock Wall & Spin Zone Bumper Cars
Incubation Techniques for Turtles and Tortoises (Catonsville)
Join us for a presentation on Incubation Techniques for Turtles and Tortoises by Frank Dumbrowski. This follows the 6-7:30 p.m. quarterly meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Turtle and Tortoise Society. Adults and teens
Freedom's Diaries (Baltimore)
Hear from Karsonya Whitehead’s Notes from a Colored Girl: The Civil War Pocket Diaries of Emilie Frances Davis and Myra Armstead’s Freedom’s Gardener: James F. Brown, Horticulture and the Hudson Valley in Antebellum America
"Be Prepared" with Walt Calahan (Westminster)
Winter is a great time to photograph outside, or as the great sage of photography once said, "Bad weather makes for great photos." This is a great opportunity to learn from a true professional. THIS IS AN OUTSIDE EVENT, SO DRESS WARM!
The Great Baltimore Fire Motor Coach Tour (Lutherville)
Learn about the 3rd worst fire in US history, in which 86 downtown blocks and 1,500 buildings were destroyed in 30 hours. Seventeen companies from six states came to fight the fire. A special tour of Old Engine 6, the Fire Department hospital at the time of the Fire and now a small museum with Fire Memorabilia, photos and apparatus, is included.
Stop, Swap and Save Bike Fest (Westminster)
Whether you're looking for road bikes, mountain bikes, triathlon bikes, BMX bikes, clothing, bike parts, cycling accessories, vintage new or used there's comething for everyone all on sale at discounted prices!
Rockville Concert Band (Rockville)
Annual Jazz Concert presented by Rockville Concert Band. No tickets; $5 suggested donation
Ladino, a language of the Jewish Diaspora (Baltimore)
Explore the history and current state of Ladino, a Jewish language that arose in the Iberian Peninsula and spread in the wake of the expulsion of Jews from there in 1492 as new Jewish communities settled throughout the Mediterranean region.
This concert is the culmination of The United States Air Force Band’s Collegiate Symposium, a two-day workshop for visiting talented college musicians from around the country. Featured works by Higdon, Respighi, Mackey, Grainger and Sousa, among others. FREE admission, no reserved seats.