Weekends on Wednesday

This Weekend:

Annapolis Film Festival (Annapolis) The Annapolis Film Festival will take place throughout Annapolis, including Maryland Hall, for the opening night party, films throughout the weekend, and Best of the Fest event.

Ringling Bros. Built to Amaze! (Baltimore) Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey ® Presents Built To Amaze!, the 143rd edition of the Greatest Show On Earth. Surprise and wonder delights audiences with over the top feats of strength, agility and courage.

The Adventures of Robin Hood (DC) U.S. PREMIERE! Updated, inventive, and hilarious, this new production is unlike any Robin Hood you've seen before! Scotland's acclaimed Visible Fictions bring this classic tale to life with two actors and lots of imagination. Age 8+

Opening This Weekend:

Shrek the Musical (Columbia) In a faraway kingdom an unseemly ogre shows up to rescue a feisty princess. Add a donkey who won't shut up, a villain with a short temper, a gingerbread man with an attitude and over a dozen other fairy tale misfits, and you've got the kind of mess that calls for a real hero!

MAR 28th:

Sip N Sort: A Lego Happy Hour! (Columbia) Snapology of Baltimore/Washington will host a class for parents, on how to sort and organize Legos®. You will also learn building techniques that will add fun to your family building experiences. All the while enjoying some wine or beer and some snacks. The class with be taught by Todd, owner of “Classic Plastic Bricks”. Tickets are $10.00 per person. If interested in joining us please RSVP by phone or online.

MAR 29th:

Celebration of the Arts in Howard County, 2014 (Columbia) The Arts Council is pleased to announce that the 17th annual Celebration of the Arts in Howard County gala will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2014 at Howard Community College's Peter & Elizabeth Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center.

5th Annual Egg Hunt (Frederick) It’s hard to believe that Tots2Tweens is in its 5th year presenting this completely free community event. We are really looking forward to this year. Please invite your friends, neighbors and family. FREE!! Everyone who enters on the day will have a chance to win our GRAND PRIZE.

Feast at the Furnace (Thurmont) Travel back in time 200 years and learn how to cook using early recipes in an open hearth with authentic ingredients. Workshop spaces are very limited. Participants are encouraged to wear period clothing. This is a unique educational and culinary opportunity!

Green Spring Valley Point to Point (Cockeysville) The day features pony races, a junior and a senior field master's chase and several timber races. A Post-Race Reception immediately follows the last race.

Swan Lake (Baltimore) Discover the fate of Prince Siegfried and the beautiful maiden Odette, as they battle an evil sorcerer to break the spell that keeps her captive.

MAR 30th:

All Aboard! Beyond the Tidal Basin Tram Tour (DC) Get on board the Arboretum’s open-air tram for a scenic and informative tour of the hundreds of flowering cherry trees that grace the National Arboretum’s grounds. Horticulturist David Kidwell-Slak will share the stories of the most remarkable specimens, trees of historical significance, and the results of the Arboretum’s research program. Stops include short walks into the research fields for close-up inspection of selected areas. Fee: $22

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