Weekends on Wednesdays

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This Weekend:

Motor Trend International Auto Show (Baltimore)
Motor Trend International Auto Show in Baltimore features over 500 of the hot-hottest new cars and trucks in one place..... vroom-vroom! 

Adult and Youth Chess Tournaments (Salisbury)
Castling! Crowning! Test your skills against other players in the community. Youth program on Friday; Adults on Sat. Players are encouraged to bring their own chess set and clocks.

JACK and Phil, Slayers of Giants-Inc (Bethesda)
A contemporary, tongue-in-cheek adaptation of the classic fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk! Best for ages 5+. 

The Great Scale Model Train show (Timonium)
Over 100 vendors, up to 900 tables, free parking, many operating layouts, merchandise including model trains, supplies, tools, antiques, books, maps and videos, wardrobe, plus expert advise from leading dealers and modelers. Kid-friendly. Great food. 


Animals-Wild and Domestic (Centreville)
Exhibit Opening: A show by area artists in varied mediums depicting creatures of the land, sea and air and reflecting the beauty and diversity of animal life on our planet 

Casino Royale (Hagerstown)
Discovery Station presents casino games, food and music along with a silent auction at this exciting fundraiser! 

Peabody Concert Orchestra w/Graves and Troxell (Baltimore)
Zhou Long: The Rhyme of Taigu; Gershwin: An American in Paris; Bizet: Selections from "Carmen." Denyce Graves, mezzo-soprano; Richard Troxell, tenor. 

Gem of the Ocean (Columbia)
By The Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre, Mark Clayton Southers, Founder and Producing Artistic Director presents an episode of August Wilson's epic work. 

Mark Lohr, Physical Comedian (Greensboro)
Perfect family date for laugh-out-loud entertainment. His unique style is inspired by Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. Greensboro Elementary School at 7pm. FREE!


February First Saturday--Fire in Ice (Frederick)
Ice sculptures, an ice playground, and an ice walk along Carroll Creek. S'mores, hot chocolate and dozens of ice scultures in Downtown Frederick.

2016 Buttercream Ball (Savage)
Celebrate the Roaring 20s and create Smiles for children fighting critical illness! Includes live music, open bar & heavy hors d'oeuvres!

Chocolate Ball: Dinner, Dancing, Chocolate (Westminster)
Featuring gourmet hors d'oeuvres, open bar, bountiful hand-served buffet, live & silent auctions, chocolate martinis, amazing entertainment including live music. 8th Year! 

Bingomania (Salisbury)
The Eastern Shore’s largest bingo cash prize event returns! Doors open at 5 p.m. for early bird games; regular games begin at 7:30 p.m. 

Cocoa and Coloring (Hagerstown)
Join us at the Miller House Museum for family-friendly fun! We have y what you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages—and a bottomless hot chocolate bar! 

Breakfast with the Princesses (Monrovia)
A magical morning of enchantment with the Princesses you know and love. Breakfast Includes scrumptious pancakes, sweet pastries, savory sausage, eggs, fresh fruit, cereal, coffee & OJ. 

Galentine's Day Tea (Elkridge)
Grab your daughters and best girlfriends, your hats, and fancy outfits for this special day at the Manor House. 

Hearts and Crafts! (Forest Hill)
Over 30 vendors. Valentine day raffles, facepainting. Great food and valentine sweets. Benefits Harford County Animal Shelter. Annual fair. 

Human Conditions: Dance About Love, Loss & Life (Brooklyn)
High-energy dance touches issues that affect us all. Family struggles, societal inequalities, and the power of art & community to heal. Full Circle Dance Co.

Morgan State Choir Performance (Baltimore)
Enjoy the illustrious sounds of Morgan State Choir as they perform the traditions of African American spirituals and gospel music.

NGUZO SABA: 7 Signs of Stepping (Bowie)
An exciting demonstration of the high skill and strategy of area high school student step teams! Join us at the 2016 Step Show Challenge.

Poetry and Percussion (Columbia)
Join HoCoPoLitSo for a coffeehouse afternoon of poetry & music. Baltimore poet Steven Leyva reads from his work, centered around the tuneful town of New Orleans, accompanied by Josh Soto on drums. 

River Rat Day (Williamsport)
Williamsport's answer to Groundhog Day featuring Willy the River Rat! Get his prediction on the season ahead. Will he see his shadow? 

Samuel James-Art Opening & Blues Concert (Columbia)
Gallery exhibition private showing, followed by Blues Concert. Samuel James is in a class by himself. With a voice of grit and gravel, roots musician James sings with an authenticity lost in time.

Lunar New Year Celebration (D.C.)
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery - Smithsonian Institution: Celebrate the Lunar New Year at the museum with dance performances by Madison Chinese Dance Academy, ribbon-dancing tutorials, calligraphy lessons and more. All ages. FREE!


Bach Baltimore Cantata and Organ Concert (Baltimore)
Bach Cantatas 93 & 169 and Fantasia & Fugue in g minor, BWV 542 

Chantry Sings Josquin & Morales (Silver Spring)
Two Renaissance masterpieces, Josquin's Missa Ave maris stella and Morales's Magnificat Secundi toni, sung by Chantry’s early music voices, to delight your ears and soothe your soul. 

Chesapeake Oysters (Baltimore)
Eastern Shore native and author Kate Livie will discuss the dynamic history of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay from the Colonial era to the present 

Wilco, Steve Gunn (D.C.)
Constitution Hall--Alternative rock band Wilco and Brooklyn-based singer songwriter Steve Gunn perform.

Milt Diggins: Uncovering Local History (Solomons)
Diggins tells the story of Thomas McCreary and the toxic effects the debate over slavery had in the years leading up to the Civil War. 

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