WEEKENDS ON WEDNESDAYS
Now-March 5, Olney: Olney Theatre does it again, with this Tony-Award winning murder-musical that is sure to be a hit!
Feb 3, Inner Harbor: An evening focusing on the roles African Americans have played within the Chesapeake Bay’s maritime and seafood industries, featuring performances, music and fun for the whole family
Feb 4, Sykesville: Head to historic Sykesville for a fun afternoon of ice sculptures, ice skating and an ice playground! Also enjoy treats, activities, and a visit from the Baltimore Zoomobile with a penguin!
Feb 4, Columbia: Join the Orchestra for a lively night which draws inspiration from the life of Harriet Tubman
Now-Feb 26, Silver Spring: Experience an American tradition: maple sugaring! Watch the maple sugaring process from start to finish at the Brookside Nature Center
Now-Mar 5, Baltimore: Everyman Theatre continues impressing the critics, this time with the classic orphan's tale and the question: can people change who they truly are?
Opens Feb 3, Newseum: A new exhibit in time for Black History Month tells the dramatic story of the growing militancy of the struggle for racial justice in 1967 using powerful photos and images of historic newspapers and magazinesFeb 3, Smithsonian American Art Museum: Something different! A coloring night where you can color while sipping on a complementary cup of hot cocoa. Peruse the galleries and try out coloring pages based on works on view in Luce Gallery
Feb 4, Kennedy Center: Learn the arts of paper cutting, Beijing-style applique, calligraphy, sugar and bottle painting, "bristle dolls," and Chinese makeup; play dress up and enjoy performances by Beijing acrobats and Chinese musicians