Weekend Planning...what looks good to you?


The Blue Man Group
Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore

Through March 2nd:

The Kinsey Collection: Shared Treasures of Bernard & Shirley Kinsey - Where Art & History Intersect is a world-class collection of art and artifacts chronicling over 400 years of African American history and culture from the 1600s to the present. Highlights include an early copy of the Emancipation Proclamation, a signed copy of Brown vs. Board of Education and rare works from early 19th century artists.

9th -12th:

Olney Theatre Center

Every Friday:

(with instruction before)
Silver Spring

Friday, Jan 10

on the Eastern Shore
(Remember The Runaway Bride? This is the town where that movie was filmed. It's charming!)
Jurassic Park
Alexandria, VA 22302 ‎ 

Viva Violins followed by an Instrument Petting Zoo
10 - 11 am
Capitol Hill, DC

The violin grows up in the spotlight in this program which tells the tale of three little violins and how their mother teaches them to “sing.” Join violinists Elisabeth Adkins, Paula Akbar, Holly Hamilton, and Jane Bowyer Stewart as they grow the musical experience from sweet lullabies like “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star” all the way to breathtaking Bach. Immediately following the performance, young people will enjoy the Musical Instrument “Petting Zoo,” a project of the Women’s Committee for the NSO.
Cost: Free!

Saturday, Jan 11

Star Storytelling: Our Constellations (Parent/Child) 
11 to 11:30 AM  
Ages 3-8 years with an adult. Let your little one discover the stories behind our favorite constellations through views of space, stories and song in our NatureSphere digital planetarium. The theme for this month is "There's No Place Like Space!" Tickets are $3 per person with Robinson daily admission or annual pass.
Discovery Days
11:30 AM to Noon
Introduce your child to native plants and animals through games, stories and crafts. Themes and activities vary by week. This program is for 3 to 10 year old children with an adult chaperone. Each program is available on a first-come, first-served basis to the first 15 children and their adult chaperone. Free with daily admission or Robinson annual pass. No registration necessary. 

NEW! Saturday Star Matinees 
2 to 2:30 PM
Ages 5 years and up. Under 17 not admitted without an adult. Treat your family to an afternoon full-dome movie in the NatureSphere planetarium. This program features the film "Earth, Moon & Sun". For a preview of the film, click here. Tickets are $3 per person with Robinson daily admission or annual pass. 
10 AM
Howard County Conservancy
With Ray Bosmans.  What’s so great about snakes? Ray Bosmans knows them all and loves to share his fascination about reptiles with children and adults! Come see some of his collection of live snakes - even a rare albino – many local to our back yards, others more exotic. Learn their special habits, amazing adaptations, and interesting stories. You’re sure to have a new appreciation of them in the future.  FREE

Sunday, Jan 12: 

4 PM
St John's College, Annapolis
Francis Scott Key Auditorium
No tickets or reservations are required; however, seating is limited. A reception takes place immediately after the performance. Free parking is available at the Calvert Street Garage located at Calvert and St. John’s streets. For more information, call 410-626-2536.

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