Weekends on Wednesday

Jan 17-19

Maryland State Fairgrounds 
2200 York Road 

Seminars and Clinics, Shopping and Family Fun and Entertainment

Shen Yun 
The Lyric
110 W. Mt Royal Ave. Baltimore
Through the universal language of music and dance, Shen Yun weaves a wondrous tapestry of heavenly realms, ancient legends, and modern heroic tales, taking you on a journey through 5,000 years of Chinese culture.

Jan 17

Oregon Ridge Nature Center
13555 Beaver Dam Road
7-9 PM 
Enjoy the winter night sky with some stargazing and stories. Then, gather around the campfire to roast marshmallows. Ages 6+, $5/ $4Members.

Baltimore Arena
201 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore

Jan 18

Baltimore Arena
201 W. Baltimore Street, Baltimore
5:30 PM 

Nickelodeon's preschool music group and stars of the hit TV series of the same name will stop by Baltimore Arena in January!

 First come, First served.

Since the August arrival of the National Zoo's giant panda cub, Bao Bao, the Panda Cam-obsessed public has been desperately waiting for its chance to visit Washington's bouncing, black-and-white bundle of joy. Bao Bao - whose name, meaning "treasure," was selected by a public vote - is finally set to make her public debut on Jan. 18. No tickets will be required; visitors can see the littlest panda on a first-come, first-served basis. Members of Friends of the National Zoo will get a chance to see her a bit earlier, with exclusive access to the panda habitat Jan. 11-Jan. 17.

Until Jan 19

Baltimore Museum of Art
10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore
Wednesday–Friday      10 am–5 pm
Saturday–Sunday      11 am–6 pm
Monday–Tuesday      Closed
Admission is free...always!

Book your table at over 200 Washington Area Restaurants for a 3-course Lunch at $20.14 or Dinner at $35.14 or Both!

Jan 18-20

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture
830 E. Pratt St.

Jan 20

12:00 PM
Steps off at Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Eutaw Street, and travels south on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard

featuring Dionne Warwick
Presented by The Kennedy Center and Georgetown University
Free tickets are required


The Library of Congress
Monday to Saturday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
The exhibition will be on display through Saturday, March 1, 2014, in the Graphic Arts Galleries on the ground level of the Thomas Jefferson Building, 10 First St. S.E., Washington, D.C.

"A Day Like No Other" will consist of 42 black-and-white images. These photographs—from newspaper and other media photographers, independent photojournalists and people who participated in the march—represent the cross-section of individuals who were there. Part of the collections in the Library’s Prints and Photographs Division, the images convey the immediacy of being at the march and the palpable excitement of those who were there. The exhibition will allow visitors to rediscover the context and ongoing legacy of this important event in the country’s history.
Free and open to the public.

Until Jan 26

Until Feb 23

 When a big Hollywood film crew takes over a small Irish town, the locals line up to earn their “40-quid-a-day” as extras—and maybe pursue some dreams of their own. Charlie wants to write a blockbuster screenplay, while Jake would settle for a date with the lovely leading lady. Where they and their neighbors end up ultimately surprises them all. An “uproarious, joyful evening” (New York Daily News) with two actors playing more than a dozen characters, Stones is an acting tour de force both rollicking and poignant.

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