Weekends on Wednesdays

Bei Bei's Public Debut

This Weekend:

Baltimore County Restaurant Week (Towson)
Restaurant Week features a variety of restaurants to suit every taste and budget. From fine dining and fusion to family dining and pubs, you can enjoy 16 days of diverse "deals" and local flavors. For a full list of participating restaurants and menus. 

As You Like It (Baltimore)
As You Like It tells the story of lovers Rosalind and Orlando who become ensnared in a game of romance and mistaken identity. This Center Stage production will be performed at Towson University’s Center for the Arts. Tickets $10-$64. 

MLK Days (Dowell)
Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King with a community art activity! Each year, Annmarie invites guests to help create a community art installation in honor of a dream. The projects vary from year to year, but they are always inspiring and appropriate for all ages and backgrounds. Reservations are not required - just drop in!

Nautical and Wildlife Art Festival (Ocean City)
The Shore’s premier presentation of nautical & wildlife artists in residence. Noted painters, sculptors, model shipbuilders & multi-media artists highlight this annual show. 

HoCo Open 2016 (Ellicott City)
A salon-style, non-juried exhibit showcasing the talent of local artists. 

Let's Keep In Touch (Ellicott City)
A 35th anniversary showcase of postcard-sized works submitted by artists from throughout the HCAC galleries' past.


1964: The Tribute (Frederick)
Relive the magic of John, Paul, Ringo, and George - right here in Frederick. 

Satisfaction: The International Rolling Stones Show (Annapolis)
A touring tribute show to the world's greatest Rock & Roll bands. Satisfaction is now celebrating more than 10 year of touring with over 1600 performances. This acclaimed production showcases 50 years of Rolling Stones hits. 

Necklace Making Workshop (Baltimore)
Learn how to make your own fabric wrap necklace. Drinks, appetizers and supplies are included. Proceeds benefit Refugee Youth Project (RYP.) Limited tickets available - get yours today! 

Winter Waltz (Gaithersburg)
Arts on the Green presents an elegant evening of ballroom and Latin dance. Dancers of all levels welcome. Instructors teach the long, flowing movements of the classic waltz & more.


Bei Bei's public debut (DC)
The zoo's newest star makes his first public appearance.

Cocoa and Coloring (Hagerstown)
Come enjoy a cozy afternoon with coloring pages and a bottomless hot chocolate bar at the Miller House Museum! Supplies and treats provided. 

Farm Toy Show and Auction (Westminster)
Numerous vendor tables of collectible farm tractors, equipment and toys will be on hand. Don't miss the miniature farm displays. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be available. 

Indie Arcade (DC)The museum and MAGFest, American University's game lab, present a one day arcade of classic games and new independent games from the International Game Developers Association's Indie Arcade: Coast to Coast competition, plus game building workshops.

MLK Celebration (Baltimore)
Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with activities throughout the day. 

One Vast Hospital: Frederick's Civil War (Frederick)
NMCWM Research Director Terry Reimer will discuss her research on Frederick's use as a hospital after the Battle of Antietam in 1862.

Winter Wonderland Canal Walk (Cumberland)
Volksmarch Club: There are 10km and 5km trails. AVA rating is 1B. It is an easy out and back walk on the C & O Canal towpath, going upstream from Carderock to the Widewater area, to Locks # 15 & 16, and to the beginning of Great Falls overlook trail. 


Crack the Sky (Annapolis)
Genre: Prog Rock, Rock, Funk, New wave. Crack The Sky continues to put on energetic live performances, with quirky rhythms, signiture guitar solos, and Palumbo’s lyrical/satirical view of the world. 

Europa Galante with Fabio Biondi (Baltimore)
Musical Director Fabio Biondi founded Italy's principal ensemble for Baroque and early Classical music performs works by Vivaldi, Martinelli, Porpora and more! 

Intro to Zentangle (Mount Airy)
Coloring? Make it mindful with the art of Zentangle. Join certified teacher, Julie Allison as she guides you through the basics. 

Music of the African Diaspora: Shades of Yale (Baltimore)
Beth Am and IFO welcomes Shades of Yale on Sunday, January 17 at 4:00 p.m.  Yale University’s youngest a capella group, Shades, will perform songs from their diverse repertoire including music of the African Diaspora and the African-American Tradition, R&B, pop and hip-hop to gospel, soul, jazz, funk and everything in between! 


Let Freedom Ring! (DC)Musical celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy, features the Let Freedom Ring Choir and a gospel singer Yolanda Adams. Georgetown University will also award the 13th annual John Thompson Legacy of a Dream Award. At the Concert Hall.

Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade (Annapolis)
This Parade will proceed through the City’s Downtown area, beginning on Amos Garrett Boulevard, making a right turn on West Street, proceeding the WRONG WAY around Church Circle, then down Main Street, turning left on Randall Street, and the Parade will end at the Market House. 

City of Rockville's Martin Luther King, Jr Day Celebration (Rockville)
The ceremony showcases a variety of multi-cultural performers that reflect the community’s diverse population, and highlights youth and businesses by giving away two awards. The Martin Luther King Jr. Award is given to a youth who carries on Dr. King’s dreams through social service or peacekeeping.

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade (Baltimore)
The annual celebration not only honors Dr. King, but pays homage to others continuing his legacy. The event steps off at the intersection of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Eutaw Street, proceeds south on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and disbands at Baltimore Street. The annual parade honors the immeasurable contributions of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Solomons)
Chris Haley, nephew of author, Alex Haley presents The Local Legacy of Slavery. Join us for a special tour, meet/greet and talk. Free with admission

Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration (Salisbury)
Join the Celebration and Commemorative Banquet held in the Normandy Arena. Reservations please. 

New Orchestra of Washington (Rockville)
 The ensemble performs a family-friendly concert featuring Prokofiev's "Peter and the Wolf" and Saint-Saens' "The Carnival of the Animals." Presented in conjunction with the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington. At the Kreeger Auditorium.

Howard County Winter Restaurant week (Ellicott City)
LOVE LOCAL! Howard County’s top chefs are serving up savings with romantic twists on local favorites! Cozy meals at fabulous prix fixe prices from $15– $45. 

Micky Dolenze of The Monkees (Annapolis)
Genre: Rock, Pop. In the 60s Dolenz became a teen idol as a member of the Monkees and sold more than 60 million records. Since then the - actor, singer, director, producer, writer, radio DJ, inventor and performer- Micky Dolenz remains a legend in entertainment. 

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