Weekends on Wednesdays

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This Weekend:

Kiss Me, Kate (Bowie)
Taking its inspiration from Shakespeare, Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate epitomizes the American musical comedy at its irresistible best.

Sweetlife Festival (Columbia)
Two day festival featuring some nationally known artists: Kendrick Lamar, Calvin Harris, The Weeknd, Banks, Pixies, Charli XCX, Billy Idol, Phantogram, Marina & The Diamonds, Bleachers, Tove Lo, Vance Joy, Lucius, Vic Mensa, Allen Stone, SZA, Raury, MisterWives, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Sinkane, San Fermin, Life of Dillon, WET, GoldLink, Sun Club, HOLYCHILD, The BOTS, The Walking Sticks, Bishop Nehru

Annapolis Greek Festival (Annapolis)
Capture a taste of Athens right here in Annapolis when you join in the fun at this annual family-friendly event. Enjoy Greek dance performances, sample Greek cuisine and more.

Scottish Ballet (D.C.)
In their Kennedy Center debut, Scottish Ballet infuses drama and dance in a bold new take on Tennessee Williams's "A Streetcar Named Desire". At the Opera House.

Frederick Beer Week (Frederick)
Many of the local beers you will sample at Frederick Beer Week have been made with locally grown ingredients. As you sit in Frederick restaurants and attend the festivals that are part of Frederick Beer Week, remember that it might have been made with hops or barley from farms only minutes from where you sit .

Awesome Con (D.C.)
The comic and pop culture convention presents more than 50 movie and TV celebrities including William Shatner and George Takei, voice actors, comic book artists and writers and cast members from shows such as "Power Rangers."

Good People (Frederick)
Welcome to Southie, a Boston neighborhood where a night on the town means a few rounds of bingo, where this month’s paycheck covers last month’s bills, and where Margie Walsh has just been let go from yet another job. Facing eviction and scrambling to catch a break, Margie thinks an old fling.

Washington Folk Festival (Glen Echo)
The Folklore Society of Greater Washington presents 450 area musicians, singers, dancers, storytellers and crafters at its 35th annual festival, plus craft vendors, jam sessions and music and dance workshops including traditional Hawaiian hula, Klezmer and English Country Dance. FREE

MD State Special Olympic Equestrian Games (Upper Marlboro)
Two day equestrian event for Challenged Equestrian riders.

NSO Teddy Bear Concert (D.C.)
rombones, a garden hose, violins and a funnel horn are played in "Violins and Trombones and Bears, Oh My!". At the Family Theater.

Spaceflight America Museum and Science Center (Prince Frederick)
Join us for two days of fun, excitement. See artifacts from the dawn of the space program to today. Kidz Zone!

UniverSoul Circus (Windsor Mill)
Celebrating 21 years under the big top, UniverSoul Circus features music, theatrical performances, incredible circus acts and loads of fun.

Western MD Blues Fest (Hagerstown)
The Fest is a family musical event which features national, regional and local blues musicians, as well as family and children's workshops

Color Vibe 5k Run/Walk (Elkton)
Get ready Elkton for the most colorful fun-filled day of your life! You’ll have more color on you than your happy levels can handle! So get your friends and family stretched out for this amazing color blast event where you'll get blasted with color while you run the Color Vibe 5K.


Totally Tango (Gaithersburg)
Celebrate the eternal dance of love with a performance by acclaimed tango ensemble Quintango at the Arts Barn followed by a 'milonga,' tango dance party, at the Kentlands Mansion. Dance instruction and refreshments are included.

Ladies Night Out: Social, Sunset Hike and Campfire (Columbia)
Come join other nature-loving gals on a Friday night adventure! For those interested in grabbing a bite to eat first, meet at Great Sage vegan restaurant (greatsage.com) at 6 pm. Afterwards, immerse yourself in the great outdoors at Robinson Nature Center on an hour-long guided hike with the Center’s naturalists. Learn about fascinating flora, fauna, and history before watching the sunset and settling down next to a cozy campfire! You must preregister for the program (tables are reserved in advance). When registering, specify if you would like to join us for dinner or just the hike and campfire. The hike begins at 7:30 pm. Please meet us in the Robinson lobby after dinner for the hike. Ages 21+. Cost $10


American Chestnut Land Trust Family Day Celebration (Prince Frederick)
The afternoon will offer wildlife exhibits, guided introductory hikes, a scavenger hunt, food and more at the Double Oak Farm. More information available at acltweb.org!

Asian Heritage Month Celebration (Frederick)
A FREE fun-filled day with something for everyone; entertainment, food, games and activities. All are invited to come and spend the day enjoying and celebrating Asian Heritage.

Big Train Baseball (Rockville)
Exhibition Game vs. Gaithersburg Giants. Summer Collegiate Baseball demonstrates the value of sports in the development of full and contributing citizens. Come out, cheer the players and be a part of a community-based and family friendly effort to improve the lives of our young people.

Marietta Wine Festival (Glenn Dale)
Wine Festival with various wineries from Maryland, and Romano's Winery in Prince George's County.

Songs of Aspiration, Achievement and Celebration (Rockville)
Hear new music and choral favorites by Barber, Paulus, Vaughn Williams and Whitacre at Trinity Lutheran Church. The Six Degree Singers has been featured in events all around the D.C.-metro area.

HoCo Passport to the Past 2015 Summer Program (Ellicott City)
The program invites children in preschool through Grade 8 to discover the county’s past. Participants may pick up a Passport booklet and begin their journey visiting Howard County mill ruins, learn the history of local firefighting, visit two-room schoolhouses, a meditative shrine, a farm owned by the same family since 1797 and more. Twenty-four historic sites from Savage to Lisbon are pictured in the Passport and participants are asked to visit 15 of the sites and take a personal photo at the site to be included in the Passport booklet. If photos cannot be made, participants may draw a picture of the site. Completed Passports will be validated at the Miller Branch library with a deadline date of Aug. 29. There will be a drawing for prizes at the end of the program. Passports may be picked up at these locations any time after its kickoff date (May 30).

Nature Kayak Tour with Terrapin Adventures (Savage)
Come join us as we explore one of the gentlest rivers in the Baltimore-Washington area, the Patuxent River. Our experienced and entertaining guides will explain the basics of kayaking from paddling to steering and how to safely enter/exit your kayak. We often see many different kinds of wildlife like birds, fish, and turtles as we meander quietly on the many coves and inlets. About halfway through we will stop to enjoy a snack we provide before heading back.3 Hour Tour is $49. Add a picnic for $20/person. Must be 10 years old. Pre-registration required at www.terrapinadventures.com/tours-trips or call 301-725-1313

George Thorogood and Brian Setzer (Baltimore)
George Thorogood and his long time band The Destroyers and Brian Setzer Rockabilly great perform together at Pier sSix.

Washington Balalaika Society presents "Flight of the Bumblebee" (Rockville)
Washington Balalaika Society presents a concert featuring Russian, Ukrainian and Gypsy music in a celebration of "wings, strings and musical things."

Woodstock Bike Fest and Outdoor Rock Concert (Woodstock)
A wonderful event for motorcycle enthusiasts featuring a beard and moustache contest and music that rocks from the band Remedy.

Artreach Mosaic Mural Workshop (Columbia)
Join artist Susan Stockman and your fellow community members to create a collaborative mosaic. The first mosaic panel will be unveiled at the free ARTreach Festival at Long Reach Village Center on June 20th. Later this year, the completed mural will be installed at Long Reach for everyone to enjoy! This is a FREE hands-on workshop open to ages 8 and over. (All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.) Register for the ARTreach Mosaic Mural Workshops today! Space is limited. Advance registration is suggested. Drop in for a few hours or stay for full session. Attend one or more sessions!
Taking its inspiration from Shakespeare, Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate epitomizes the American musical comedy at its irresistible best. - See more at: http://www.visitmaryland.org/event/2nd-star-productions-presents-kiss-me-kate#sthash.SnG8Nl6k.dpuf
Taking its inspiration from Shakespeare, Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate epitomizes the American musical comedy at its irresistible best. - See more at: http://www.visitmaryland.org/event/2nd-star-productions-presents-kiss-me-kate#sthash.SnG8Nl6k.dpuf

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