Weekends on Wednesdays

Better Gods

This Weekend:

9 free things to do this January in the D.C. Area (DC)
Check out this round-up from the Washington Post--Concerts, book talks and dance lessons highlight this month's round-up of free events

Bruce in the USA (Annapolis)
Bruce In the USA: The World's #1 Tribute to Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band. This rocking musical experience is a virtually and visually spot-on recreation of a ‘Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band’ show.

Better Gods (DC)
 The hour-long performance presented by the Washington National Opera examines the life of the last monarch of Hawaii. At the Terrace Theater.

Historic Antietam Station Open House (Sharpsburg)
Historic Antietam Station invited you to a celebration of Model Trains and open house of the Railroad Museum. Celebrate an integral part of Maryland's history with this family friendly event. 

Comedian Kenny Rogerson (Timonium)
Come watch Ken Rogerson, the funniest man you've never heard of, live in action at at Magooby's Joke House. Tickets from 10-$20.

Free Islamic Arts Family Festival (Baltimore)
This museum-wide extravaganza, inspired by the exhibition Pearls on a String, will feature dancers, storytellers, musicians, and artists. 

New Music Gathering (Baltimore)
An annual three-day conference dedicated to the performance, production, promotion, support, and creation of new concert music. 

Winter Bead and Jewelry Show (Pikesville)
10th Annual Winter Bead and Jewelry Show features beautiful finished jewelry and a wide variety of beads, crystals, findings and other components for jewelry making. 


Magpie (Baltimore)
Award-winning musicians, songwriters, musical historians, & social activists, Magpie presents highly entertaining, provocative, deeply moving music.

The Gigs (Hydes)
Join us, inside our cozy tasting room, for live music entertainment. You can also grab a seat outside on our porch, or around the fire pit. 


The Frogs and Black Snake in Frogsville (Bowie)
This play seeks entertain and teach the cultural and historical values of Africa, especially Liberia. An African fireside fable and satire. 

National Symphony Orchestra Kinderclassic: Break it Down (DC)
  In this concert, members of the orchestra introduce children to new music and instruments. At the Family Theater.

Wildflowers of Howard County (Woodstock)
Explore not only the beauty, but also the different habitats, seasons, and reasons for the disappearance of some of the most attractive species.

A Day of Music with the National Symphony Orchestra (DC)SAAM is proud to host this year's culminating event for NSO "In Your Neighborhood" with a concert by the full NSO orchestra in the museum's Kogod Courtyard at 8 p.m. Throughout the day, enjoy family programming and pop-up performances in the museum's galleries.

Indoor Community Yard Sale (Salisbury)
Got junk .. trash/treasure? Clean out your house and fill your wallet at Indoor Community Yard Sale. Doors will open to the "pickers" at 7 A.M. sharp! 

Winter Wine Warmer (Westminster)
Enjoy delicious wines and tasty hors d'oeuvres in the warm and cozy atmosphere of Cockey’s. There will be live entertainment and the Shellman House will be open for free tours. Call for pricing and event details. 

Winter's Wonders (Oella)
Winter wonders await your discovery on a naturalist-led scavenger hunt through Mr. Banneker’s woods. Dress for the weather. 


Freedy Johnston and Jeffrey Gaines w. Leslie DiNicola (Annapolis)
Freedy Johnston & Jeffrey Gaines with Leslie DiNicola. Genre: Singer/Songwriter, Power pop, Rock, Folk Rock, Alternative rock, Modern rock. 

Nature's Connections MD Owls (Baltimore)
Join us at 1:15pm for an in-depth talk on Maryland's owls by Kathleen Woods of the Phoenix Wildlife Center. She will also bring an ambassador owl. 

12 Years Tours to Treasure (DC)Families can sign up for a docent-led tour of the exhibition Twelve Years That Shook and Shaped Washington (1963-1975), then kids can go on a self-guided treasure hunt with an exhibition family guide to test their knowledge. Kids receive a free gift after completing their treasure hunt. Anacostia Community Museum

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