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February 2018

February 1, 2018

Frederick Douglass 200th Birthday Celebration & Black History Month Kickoff with Mayor Pugh12N-1pmCivil War, History & Heritage, Multicultural Mayor Catherine E. Pugh kicks off Black History Month honoring the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass, an iconic figure in American and Baltimore history. Dunbar Jazz Band, Cake Cutting. Photo ID...City: Baltimore
Charm City Bluegrass Festival Documentary Premiere7:30-10:30pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, Miscellaneous Charm City Bluegrass Festival and WTMD present an intimate night of acoustic music and screen a new documentary about the festival. The evening begins with the screening followed by live performances...City: Towson
Hamilton and the Revolution - Patriotic Songs, New, Old, and Rebellious5:30-7:15pmPerforming Arts, History & Heritage Learn how today’s generation is learning through music about the life of distinguished and controversial statesman Alexander Hamilton. Historian Jim Ashton presents.City: Baltimore
Metrics Exhibition at Carroll County Arts Council - Reception5:30 - 7:30 pmVisual Arts Carroll County Arts Council presents METRICS, an exhibition examining rhythm, repetition and pattern. This show features Baltimore artists Minas Konsolas, Cody Pryseski...City: Westminster
A Woman Named TruthVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural A great leader, Sojourner Truth was born a slave but was freed when she was in her 20s. An abolitionist and advocate for women’s rights, she became a national figure. Be inspired by this new musical...City: Cheverly

February 2, 2018

Etienne Charles - Creole Soul7pm and 9pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Trumpeter and bandleader Etienne Charles ushers jazz into new territory in this buoyant performance embracing his Afro-Caribbean roots.City: College Park
Arts by the Bay - Polar Vortex Reception & Show7-9pmVisual Arts, Food & Drink Arts by the Bay Gallery announces the "Polar Vortex" Reception and Show featuring works from Havre de Grace High School Art Students., plus new works from resident artists. City: Havre de Grace
Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra with special guest Dr. Cornel West8pmPerforming Arts Inspired by the innate musicality of West’s words, this performance brings together big band jazz, Latin music, and the power of spoken word activism.City: North Bethesda
Martin Grosswendt & Susanne Salem-Schatz7:30-9:30pmPerforming Arts Two masters of folk roots music, from blues to old-time to country and honky tonk.City: Baltimore
A Woman Named TruthVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural A great leader, Sojourner Truth was born a slave but was freed when she was in her 20s. An abolitionist and advocate for women’s rights, she became a national figure. Be inspired by this new musical...City: Cheverly

February 3, 2018

Steven Page and The Art of Time Ensemble8pmPerforming Arts Steven Page, founder/former front man of the iconic band Barenaked Ladies, joins Toronto’s Art of Time Ensemble to perform songs by Randy Newman, Radiohead, Elvis Costello, Barenaked Ladies, Leonard...City: North Bethesda
BSO Presents Music Box - On Safari10am and 11:30amPerforming Arts Adventure awaits. Enjoy a musical safari full of elephants, giraffes, lions and zebras as BSO musicians play percussion and strings.City: Baltimore
Chat & Chew Series - The White House Chandeliers1-3pmHistory & Heritage, Multicultural, Ongoing Meet Mr. Stewart C. Stevens, Sr. who was the sole caretaker of chandeliers and windows at the White House for 34 years. Hear his stories and see his photos. Advanced registration required. Adults. City: Oella
MasquerAid Ball6pmPerforming Arts, Food & Drink The largest fundraiser of the year for the Opera House is The MasquerAid Ball, an optional costumed event. Music, dancing, wine, beer and a New Orleans-inspired menu.City: Havre de Grace
Blacks in Classical Music Panel1-3pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural, Miscellaneous African American Classical Music Journalist Patrick D. McCoy moderates an exciting free public panel discussion exploring the history of Blacks in classical music, the present, and future. Q...City: Laurel

February 4, 2018

FeBREWary Meatloaf Cook Off at Key Brewing Co.12N-doors open; 1pm-judgingFood & Drink Start cooking for the Super Bowl early and join the competition. Make your best meatloaf and bring it in to vie for "Best in Show," "Most Creative," and Best Use of Key Beer..." Doors open at noon.City: Dundalk
Nico Sarbanes & Friends - Jazz3pmPerforming Arts Jazz trumpeter and vocalist Nico Sarbanes returns to the Opera House with his own ensemble, performing a combination of classic jazz standards and his own compelling compositions. City: Havre de Grace
Lexington Market Black History Month Concerts12N-2pmPerforming Arts Lexington Market hosts free concerts featuring established and emerging local musicians for Black History Month. Concerts are held in the Arcade, Saturdays in February.City: Baltimore
Maple Sugaring Days at Brookside Nature Center11am-3pmNature & Outdoor February is Maple Sugaring Month at Brookside Nature Center. Every Saturday and Sunday you’ll have an opportunity to experience an American tradition: maple sugaring! Watch the whole maple sugaring...City: Silver Spring
Q the Witch and the Magical Orb1:30-2:30pmPerforming Arts Childrens theatre. An evil witch hides art and fun away in her magical orb. One day, out of boredom, Q stumbles upon her.City: Frederick

February 5, 2018

Salon Series - Sweat6-10pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Part of the 2018 Salon Series—cocktails, conversation, and staged readings of plays by women playwrights, curated and directed by the women of Everyman Theatre’s Resident Acting Company.City: Baltimore
Lexington Market Black History Month Concerts12N-2pmPerforming Arts Lexington Market hosts free concerts featuring established and emerging local musicians for Black History Month. Concerts are held in the Arcade, Saturdays in February.City: Baltimore
Q the Witch and the Magical Orb1:30-2:30pmPerforming Arts Childrens theatre. An evil witch hides art and fun away in her magical orb. One day, out of boredom, Q stumbles upon her.City: Frederick
Maple Sugaring Days at Brookside Nature Center11am-3pmNature & Outdoor February is Maple Sugaring Month at Brookside Nature Center. Every Saturday and Sunday you’ll have an opportunity to experience an American tradition: maple sugaring! Watch the whole maple sugaring...City: Silver Spring
Black Restaurant ChallengeFood & Drink Visit two black-owned Baltimore restaurants during February. Go to our Facebook and Instagram page and share a photo of video of your experience at the restaurant. Share with friends and invite them...City: Baltimore

February 6, 2018

Hank and My Honky Tonk Heroes7:30-9:30pmPerforming Arts Nostalgic look at Hank Williams and his influence on country music performed by singer/actor Jason Petty who pays tribute to Jimmie Rodgers, Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb, and The Carter Family.City: Severna Park
Lexington Market Black History Month Concerts12N-2pmPerforming Arts Lexington Market hosts free concerts featuring established and emerging local musicians for Black History Month. Concerts are held in the Arcade, Saturdays in February.City: Baltimore
Maple Sugaring Days at Brookside Nature Center11am-3pmNature & Outdoor February is Maple Sugaring Month at Brookside Nature Center. Every Saturday and Sunday you’ll have an opportunity to experience an American tradition: maple sugaring! Watch the whole maple sugaring...City: Silver Spring
Q the Witch and the Magical Orb1:30-2:30pmPerforming Arts Childrens theatre. An evil witch hides art and fun away in her magical orb. One day, out of boredom, Q stumbles upon her.City: Frederick
Black Restaurant ChallengeFood & Drink Visit two black-owned Baltimore restaurants during February. Go to our Facebook and Instagram page and share a photo of video of your experience at the restaurant. Share with friends and invite them...City: Baltimore

February 7, 2018

Lexington Market Black History Month Concerts12N-2pmPerforming Arts Lexington Market hosts free concerts featuring established and emerging local musicians for Black History Month. Concerts are held in the Arcade, Saturdays in February.City: Baltimore
Maple Sugaring Days at Brookside Nature Center11am-3pmNature & Outdoor February is Maple Sugaring Month at Brookside Nature Center. Every Saturday and Sunday you’ll have an opportunity to experience an American tradition: maple sugaring! Watch the whole maple sugaring...City: Silver Spring
Q the Witch and the Magical Orb1:30-2:30pmPerforming Arts Childrens theatre. An evil witch hides art and fun away in her magical orb. One day, out of boredom, Q stumbles upon her.City: Frederick
It's The Rest Of The World That Looks So Small - A Theatrical Revue of Jonathan CoultonVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts Exploring what it means to be human in a vast world of possibility, Flying V takes the music of singer/songwriter...City: Silver Spring
Black Restaurant ChallengeFood & Drink Visit two black-owned Baltimore restaurants during February. Go to our Facebook and Instagram page and share a photo of video of your experience at the restaurant. Share with friends and invite them...City: Baltimore

February 8, 2018

Jon Stickely Trio7:30pmPerforming Arts With roots in gypsy jazz, bluegrass, and hip-hop, this dynamic group crafts innovative originals and presents some captivating covers.City: North Bethesda
Walter Beasley with Unit 3 Deep8pmPerforming Arts Genre: Jazz / R&B. Saxophonist Walter Beasley has artfully and dynamically redefined the phrase "musical Renaissance Man" for the modern generation.City: Annapolis
Lecture | Annet Couwenberg: Intimate Architecture6:30pm - 7:30pmVisual Arts Couwenberg's work reveals the intersection of science, art, technology, and history that makes textiles such a fascinating art form. A Fibers professor at MICA, the artist's most recent show was at...City: Towson
Out of Darkness - Two RemainVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts 'Out of Darkness: Two Remain' is an opera based in part on the true stories of two Holocaust survivors: the Polish dissident Krystyna Zywulska (1914-1993) and the gay German Jew, Gad Beck (1923-2012...City: Baltimore
Lexington Market Black History Month Concerts12N-2pmPerforming Arts Lexington Market hosts free concerts featuring established and emerging local musicians for Black History Month. Concerts are held in the Arcade, Saturdays in February.City: Baltimore

February 9, 2018

Lift Your Spirits Wine, Beer & Spirit Tasting Fundraiser9:30-11:30pmFood & Drink, Miscellaneous Wine, Beer & Spirit Tasting Fundraiser. Lasers, music and back lights transform the whole park into a jumping dance club! Must be 21/21+. Admission does not include wine, beer, spirit tastings.City: White Plains
Irish Evening of Music and Poetry featuring Mike McCormack7:30pmPerforming Arts, Literary Arts HoCoPoLitSo’s 40th annual Irish celebration features a reading by award-winning writer Mike McCormack. Hosted by Chair Catherine McLoughlin-Hayes, enjoy Irish music by Narrowbacks and Irish step...City: Columbia
Annapolis Chorale - Broadway in Annapolis - The Secret Garden Plus8pmPerforming Arts Based on one of the best loved books of all time, this show is filled with beautiful music, wonderful characters and a story that you’ll carry with you long after the last notes have sounded. City: Annapolis
Out of Darkness - Two RemainVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts 'Out of Darkness: Two Remain' is an opera based in part on the true stories of two Holocaust survivors: the Polish dissident Krystyna Zywulska (1914-1993) and the gay German Jew, Gad Beck (1923-2012...City: Baltimore
Mel Brooks - The ProducersVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts The musical comedy and Broadway sensation opens the season. Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks, By special arrangement with StudioCanal. It's outrageous and fun.City: North East

February 10, 2018

200th Anniversary Celebration - Frederick Douglass12N-4pmVisual Arts, Civil War, Multicultural Celebrate the 200th birthday of Frederick Douglass. Honor the iconic statesman at a lecture by John Stauffer. Experience living history and a reading by illustrator London Ladd from his latest...City: Baltimore
Art10 Baltimore Exhibition Opening Reception6-9pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, Multicultural Y:ART Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of its 17th exhibition, featuring Art10Baltimore. The opening reception will be held on February 10th.City: Baltimore
Phenomenal Woman8pm - 10pmPerforming Arts Inspired by Ruby Dee, Phebe Snow, and Congresswoman Barbara Lee, Ami Brabson explores many facets of being a phenomenal woman with music, poetry, and storytelling.City: Havre de Grace
The Salon: Icons of the Harlem Renaissance1pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural This free performance portrays of the meeting of great African American authors, artists, musicians, and dancers of the 1920'sCity: Brooklyn
Mardi Gras on Main12N-4pmFairs & Festivals Scavenger hunt, beads and prizes. Free family friendly fun! Snow date-Feb. 17. Go to https://www.facebook.com/events/347810735687324/ for updates re: inclement weather.City: Ellicott City

February 11, 2018

U.S. Naval Academy Gospel Choir Black History Month Concert3pmPerforming Arts Join The United States Naval Academy GOSPEL CHOIR for an upbeat inspirational musical ensemble.City: Annapolis
Take a Chance on Love - A Concert3-5pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Take a chance and join us to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a concert of the greatest love songs and arias from renowned operas and popular music. *Must be 21 years or older to attend. City: Hanover
Seoul to Soul4pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural In honor of the 2018 Winter Olympics, hosted by South Korea, Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA) and Korean American Cultural Arts Foundation (KACAF) present joyous...City: Cheverly
Frederick Symphony Orchestra Small Ensemble Spotlight Series Concert “Mozart on the Civil War Trail”3pmPerforming Arts, Civil War The Frederick Symphony Orchestra’s small ensemble will perform the season final Spotlight Series concert “Mozart on the Civil War Trail” at Zion Lutheran Church in Middletown. City: Middletown
Valentine's Day Family Bash2-4pmFairs & Festivals, Food & Drink, Miscellaneous Games featuring “Hit the Heart with Your Arrow," make a card for your parents, enjoy “Lego Table” featuring 100’s of Legos to build with, Special Valentine’s Day Refreshments, and “Come & Meet Cupid.”City: Catonsville

February 12, 2018

Mel Brooks - The ProducersVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts The musical comedy and Broadway sensation opens the season. Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks, By special arrangement with StudioCanal. It's outrageous and fun.City: North East
2nd Star presents 'The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940'Varies depending on dayPerforming Arts, Miscellaneous When the creative team responsible for a recent Broadway flop attend a backer’s audition for a new musical at a suburban estate, things turn deadly with plenty of confusing murders and knotty plots...City: Bowie
Lexington Market Black History Month Concerts12N-2pmPerforming Arts Lexington Market hosts free concerts featuring established and emerging local musicians for Black History Month. Concerts are held in the Arcade, Saturdays in February.City: Baltimore
Maple Sugaring Days at Brookside Nature Center11am-3pmNature & Outdoor February is Maple Sugaring Month at Brookside Nature Center. Every Saturday and Sunday you’ll have an opportunity to experience an American tradition: maple sugaring! Watch the whole maple sugaring...City: Silver Spring
Q the Witch and the Magical Orb1:30-2:30pmPerforming Arts Childrens theatre. An evil witch hides art and fun away in her magical orb. One day, out of boredom, Q stumbles upon her.City: Frederick

February 13, 2018

Do Good Dialogue: Artmaking as an Actionable Tool7:00 PMPerforming Arts In this Do Good Dialogue, Christopher Rountree of wild Up and UMD faculty from the College of Arts and Humanities host a public conversation, examining how artists create change in society.City: College Park
Faculty Recital | La Voix Humaine by Francis Poulenc8pm - 9:30pmPerforming Arts A tale for Valentine’s Day, La Voix Humaine is a story of love and love lost. This surtitled and fully staged one-act opera is sure to pull at the heartstrings.City: Towson
Mel Brooks - The ProducersVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts The musical comedy and Broadway sensation opens the season. Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks, By special arrangement with StudioCanal. It's outrageous and fun.City: North East
2nd Star presents 'The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940'Varies depending on dayPerforming Arts, Miscellaneous When the creative team responsible for a recent Broadway flop attend a backer’s audition for a new musical at a suburban estate, things turn deadly with plenty of confusing murders and knotty plots...City: Bowie
Lexington Market Black History Month Concerts12N-2pmPerforming Arts Lexington Market hosts free concerts featuring established and emerging local musicians for Black History Month. Concerts are held in the Arcade, Saturdays in February.City: Baltimore

February 14, 2018

Melanie Fiona8pmPerforming Arts Genre: R&B. A sophisticated blend of R&B, hip-hop, jazz, reggae and classical flavors is ever evolving.City: Annapolis
What the Health - FREE Movie Night7-9 pmVisual Arts, Ongoing, Miscellaneous The health film that health organizations don't want you to see. "What the Health" is a surprising, hilarious, investigative documentary that is an eye-opener for everyone concerned about our nation’...City: Havre de Grace
Chocolate & Wine Pairing4pm-7:30pmFood & Drink Enjoy a night out with your sweetheart or your galentines for a Wine & Chocolate Pairing with chocolates from North East Chocolates.City: Chesapeake City
Mel Brooks - The ProducersVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts The musical comedy and Broadway sensation opens the season. Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks, By special arrangement with StudioCanal. It's outrageous and fun.City: North East
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda

February 15, 2018

Thirsty Thursday at the Opera: Love Potions8-10pmPerforming Arts, Food & Drink Enjoy drinks and music in a beautiful mansion with 4 Cocktail tastings + opera highlightsCity: Baltimore
Frederick Music Showcase - Volume 47-9pmPerforming Arts A celebration of local music, headlined by The Plate Scrapers.City: Frederick
Marcus Johnson with special guest Phillip "Doc" Martin8pmPerforming Arts Genre: Jazz. Independent Billboard-ranked musician and NAACP Image Award-nominated jazz keyboardist and pianist, Marcus Johnson has emerged as one of the young lions of the music world.City: Annapolis
Cirque Zuma Zuma with Traditional African Dance10:15am & 12NPerforming Arts, Multicultural Celebrating African cultures with acrobatics, dance, and music.City: Towson
Chocolate & Wine Pairing4pm-7:30pmFood & Drink Enjoy a night out with your sweetheart or your galentines for a Wine & Chocolate Pairing with chocolates from North East Chocolates.City: Chesapeake City

February 16, 2018

wild Up8pmPerforming Arts This modern music collective committed to creating visceral, thought-provoking happenings, believes that great ideas, empowered by art, are capable of affecting great social change. City: College Park
FeBREWary Can Release and Record Swap at Atomic BooksFairs & Festivals To celebrate the new collaboration between Monument City Brewing and The Brewer's Art, CROSSTOWN VOL. 2 can release and record swap party comes to Atomic Books. Crosstown is the Happy Hours special...City: Baltimore
Voices of Baltimore Film Screening & Panel Discussion4:30-6:30pmPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Voices of Baltimore is a powerful film that raises questions about America prior to and during the Civil Rights era of the 20th century, where we are today, how we got here, where we need to go, and...City: Towson
Mel Brooks - The ProducersVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts The musical comedy and Broadway sensation opens the season. Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks, By special arrangement with StudioCanal. It's outrageous and fun.City: North East
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda

February 17, 2018

BSO Performs Pictures at an Exhibition8 pmPerforming Arts There are few pieces of music as visually evocative as Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition. Written in memory of artist Viktor Hartmann, the piece is a musical depiction of an art exhibition...City: Rockville
Frozen Harbor with Keller Williams - Fake Flowers Real Dirt - Joey Harkum & Bond & Bentley5pm-1amPerforming Arts All Good Presents & One Koast Entertainment bring American singer/songwriter Keller Williams to be part of the massive 2018 Frozen Harbor Music Festival.City: Baltimore
Family Art Day - Frederick Douglass10am-1pmCivil War, History & Heritage, Multicultural Create art about Frederick Douglass featuring one of his quotes, such as "If there is no struggle, there is no progress." Free, but registration recommended. City: Easton
The Road to Jim Crow - the African American Struggle on Maryland's Eastern Shore 1860-1915Civil War, History & Heritage, Multicultural Author of the book by the same name, C. Christopher Brown leads the discussion following the journey from slavery's end to the reality of lynch laws, segregation and more. NEW DATE: Feb. 17.City: Cambridge
Silent Film Series - The Woman Disputed3-5pmPerforming Arts Featuring live accompaniment on the mighty Wurlitzer Organ. Film is an American drama that marked the end of starlet Norma Talmadge's career in silent films. (1928)City: Frederick

February 18, 2018

Daddy Daughter Dance5-7pmPerforming Arts, Miscellaneous Dads and daughters ages 3-12 will enjoy dancing, refreshments, souvenir photos and great music! Register by Feb. 9. $35 for first daughter, $5 each for 2nd, 3rd, 4th daughters, etc. Dads are free.City: Denton
Sunday at 2 Film Screening & Discussion - Tell Them We Are Rising2pmPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Award-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson explores the pivotal role HBCUs have played in the ascent of African-Americans.City: Baltimore
Celebrate Black History Month: Voices from the Past: Juanita Hall3pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Delve into the life and music of little known Black Classical Musician soprano Juanita Hall, remembered for her role as Bloody Mary who sang “Bali Hai” from the movie "South Pacific." City: Laurel
John Oates7:30pmPerforming Arts John Oates is one-half of pop music’s legendary group Hall & Oates. When not touring with H&O, John performs his own shows featuring material from “A Good Road to Follow,” and favorites from H&O.City: Annapolis
Cinderella7pmPerforming Arts Rodgers + Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA is the Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific. Tickets range from $37-$62. Fees may apply.City: Salisbury

February 19, 2018

Salon Series - Cry It Out6-10pmPerforming Arts Part of our 2018 Salon Series—cocktails, conversation, and staged readings of plays by women playwrights, curated and directed by the women of Everyman Theatre’s Resident Acting Company. City: Baltimore
Empty Bowls Workshops1-2:30pm and 3-4:30pmVisual Arts, Miscellaneous The Department of Art + Design is hosting bowl making workshops for participants to learn how to make a hand-made bowl to be donated to the "Empty Bowls" event in March by St Vincent de Paul. City: Baltimore
FeBREWary BeerAthlon at Rockwell Brewery4-6:30pmFood & Drink Go for the Gold with a two person team that competes over three days with three events: Jenga, Table Top Curling and Olympic Trivia. See facebook page for details. Prizes.City: Frederick
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda
2nd Star presents 'The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940'Varies depending on dayPerforming Arts, Miscellaneous When the creative team responsible for a recent Broadway flop attend a backer’s audition for a new musical at a suburban estate, things turn deadly with plenty of confusing murders and knotty plots...City: Bowie

February 20, 2018

Walking While Black: L.O.V.E is the Answer Documentary Film7pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural As minority communities face the daily stranglehold of racial profiling and police officers face relentless scrutiny by an anxious public, tensions mount. This film explores finding common ground.City: Laurel
Empty Bowls Workshops1-2:30pm and 3-4:30pmVisual Arts, Miscellaneous The Department of Art + Design is hosting bowl making workshops for participants to learn how to make a hand-made bowl to be donated to the "Empty Bowls" event in March by St Vincent de Paul. City: Baltimore
FeBREWary BeerAthlon at Rockwell Brewery4-6:30pmFood & Drink Go for the Gold with a two person team that competes over three days with three events: Jenga, Table Top Curling and Olympic Trivia. See facebook page for details. Prizes.City: Frederick
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda
2nd Star presents 'The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940'Varies depending on dayPerforming Arts, Miscellaneous When the creative team responsible for a recent Broadway flop attend a backer’s audition for a new musical at a suburban estate, things turn deadly with plenty of confusing murders and knotty plots...City: Bowie

February 21, 2018

MAKE TRIBE x Buckley - The Art of Flow States6-8:30pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, Multicultural Join MAKE TRIBE, the American Craft Council and the Baltimore Museum of Art for a workshop on automatic creativity and accessing your flow state led by visionary artist Buckley. City: Baltimore
Robert Stevenson of A Silent Film - All Good Things Tour with I Am Strikes8pmPerforming Arts For twelve years, Robert Stevenson was front-man, producer, and songwriter of alt-rock band A Silent Film. His U.S. tour features the band’s hits and fan favorites in stripped-down, acoustic...City: Annapolis
Empty Bowls Workshops1-2:30pm and 3-4:30pmVisual Arts, Miscellaneous The Department of Art + Design is hosting bowl making workshops for participants to learn how to make a hand-made bowl to be donated to the "Empty Bowls" event in March by St Vincent de Paul. City: Baltimore
FeBREWary BeerAthlon at Rockwell Brewery4-6:30pmFood & Drink Go for the Gold with a two person team that competes over three days with three events: Jenga, Table Top Curling and Olympic Trivia. See facebook page for details. Prizes.City: Frederick
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda

February 22, 2018

Parsonsfield8pmPerforming Arts Parsonsfield is a five-piece multi-genre band that infuses a rock 'n' roll spirit into its bluegrass and folk influences. City: Annapolis
P. S. I Love You - Romance by the RailsPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Literary Arts A romantic evening of letters and writings from the hearts of historic figures connected to Ellicott City including a U.S. President, a Civil War General, America’s most famous literary icon and...City: Ellicott City
Ted Koppel7:30-9:30pmPerforming Arts Legendary anchor of ABC News' "Nightline." Koppel’s most recent book “Lights Out,” a 2015 NYT bestseller, examines the threat of and potential ways for America to prepare for a cyber-catastrophe. City: Frederick
Baba Jamal Koram: The Story Man9:30am and 11:15amPerforming Arts, Multicultural African and African American cultures come alive when The Story Man’s wit and wisdom captivates youngsters’ imagination through drumming, call and response games, music and light- hearted stories.City: Cheverly
Dance Majors Performance ProjectVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts This performance is a thrilling and creative celebration of student choreography and performance that includes a variety of movement styles and music. Dance majors evolve their works to the next...City: Towson

February 23, 2018

Nick Moss Band8pmPerforming Arts Nick Moss is an American Chicago blues and electric blues musician. He is a gifted storyteller, a songwriter that takes his craft seriously and a musician with a daunting work ethic. City: Annapolis
The Restitution of Nazi-looted Art6-7pmVisual Arts, Ongoing Part of the Kittredge-Wilson Speaker Series. Lecture given by Wesley A. Fisher, Director of Research for the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.City: Easton
House of Stronzo Film Screening and Director’s Talk7-9pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, Miscellaneous The 60-min film is followed by a Q&A with Director Matt White, moderated by AVAM’s Founder/Director Rebecca Hoffberger. Light concessions available for purchase. Screening is after hours; galleries...City: Baltimore
International WAMMFestVaries depending on dayVisual Arts, Fairs & Festivals WAMMFest is an annual festival held at Towson University that supports and promotes inclusive films and/or media created by women and minorities from all over the world.City: Towson
Wine & Dine for the Arts Dinner Series6:30pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, Food & Drink Second in the Wine and Dine series will be held at Chesapeake Inn and feature sounds and art by Dave Massimiano.City: Chesapeake City

February 24, 2018

Keiko Matsui8pmPerforming Arts Producer, contemporary Jazz Pianist, and composer, Keiko Matsui's career spans three decades. Her music transcends geographic, generational, and musical boundaries earning a devout international...City: Annapolis
Shore Craft Beer Fest - Love on Tap - FeBREWary12-4pmFairs & Festivals, Food & Drink Third annual Love on Tap Shore Craft Beer Festival in OC, MD offering Only LOCAL CRAFT BEER, live music and lots of Love On Tap. 14 local craft breweries, over 30 beers, spectacular views, and VIP...City: Ocean City
Frederick Douglass Literary Forum & Book Fair1-5pmFairs & Festivals, History & Heritage, Literary Arts Frederick Douglass 200 Literary forum and book fair featuring authors, children activities, books, storytelling, family friendly.City: Baltimore
Free Master Class & Concert with BSO Trumpeter Rene Hernandez11am-1pmPerforming Arts Maryland Center for the Arts and Music Land present a free master class for students with BSO trumpeter Rene Hernandez, at 11 am, followed by a concert at noon.City: Bel Air
Gershwin's Porgy and Bess8-10pmPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Groundbreaking, daring, adventurous, genre defying. Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess is a work without peer in the history of American music. Described by the composer himself as a “folk opera."City: Rockville

February 25, 2018

Oleta Adams7:30pmPerforming Arts The music of Oleta Adams dwells in gospel, while crossing effortlessly into the realms of soul, R&B, urban, and popular music. Adam’s has received four Grammy nominations.City: Annapolis
Maryland Movie Premiere - Monkey Business - The Adventures of Curious George’s Creators5pmPerforming Arts, Visual Arts, History & Heritage This documentary film explores the extraordinary lives of Hans and Margret Rey, the authors of the beloved Curious George children’s books. Following the screening, join a Q&A with Ema Ryan Yamazaki. City: Baltimore
Arias and Shanties4pmPerforming Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Musical Tapestry celebrating Black History Month by creating a historical history through music. Presented by Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts (CAAPA) and Annapolis Opera.City: Annapolis
Baltimore Concert Opera presents Sweeney Todd by SondheimVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts Powerful opera singers present the music of Stephen Sondheim's horror story of a barber with a mysterious past and the best meat pies in London!City: Baltimore
FeBREWary BeerAthlon at Rockwell Brewery4-6:30pmFood & Drink Go for the Gold with a two person team that competes over three days with three events: Jenga, Table Top Curling and Olympic Trivia. See facebook page for details. Prizes.City: Frederick

February 26, 2018

Uriah Heep7:30pmPerforming Arts Genre: English Rock. Classic songs like "Lady In Black," "Gypsy," "Easy Livin'" and "Stealin’’ evoke ambition with sophisticated writing, memorable tunes and, of course, vocals with their 5 part...City: Annapolis
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda
Heritage Display at Sideling Hill Welcome Center9am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Contemporary School of the Arts and Gallery Inc. provided a display of African-American Heritage dolls and art to be display for the month of February.City: Hancock
FeBREWary BREW PackageFood & Drink Various prices which includes oceanfront accommodations, craft beers and 15% off menu at the Zippy Lewis Lounge, mini keepsake craft pint glass. Booking Code: BREWCity: Ocean City
FeBREWary BREW Package - DunesFood & Drink Various prices which includes oceanfront accommodations, craft beers and 15% off menu at the Zippy Lewis Lounge, mini keepsake craft pint glass. Booking Code: BREW.City: Ocean City

February 27, 2018

Public Art in Frederick Community Workshop6-9pmVisual Arts, Miscellaneous Join us to participate in a free community workshop with hands-on activities to imagine together the possibilities for public art in Frederick County.City: Frederick
A Harrowing Sight - John Singer Sargent's World War I Mural - Gassed6-7pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage John Singer Sargent depicted soldiers wounded in a mustard gas attack. Art historian Elizabeth Tebow discusses the circumstances of this iconic work and significance of the introduction of chemical...City: Silver Spring
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda
Heritage Display at Sideling Hill Welcome Center9am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Contemporary School of the Arts and Gallery Inc. provided a display of African-American Heritage dolls and art to be display for the month of February.City: Hancock
FeBREWary BREW Package - DunesFood & Drink Various prices which includes oceanfront accommodations, craft beers and 15% off menu at the Zippy Lewis Lounge, mini keepsake craft pint glass. Booking Code: BREW.City: Ocean City

February 28, 2018

Spring Awakening - the musicalVaries depending on dayPerforming Arts Tony Award-winning musical is an electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality, and rock-and-roll that celebrates teenage self-discovery and rebellion against the authoritarian rule of parents and...City: St. Mary's City
Uasuf Gueye7:30pmPerforming Arts, Multicultural Uasuf Gueye has devoted his life to being a cultural ambassador who brings African music and culture to people around the world and connects the African diaspora.City: North Bethesda
Heritage Display at Sideling Hill Welcome Center9am-5pmVisual Arts, History & Heritage, Multicultural Contemporary School of the Arts and Gallery Inc. provided a display of African-American Heritage dolls and art to be display for the month of February.City: Hancock
FeBREWary BREW PackageFood & Drink Various prices which includes oceanfront accommodations, craft beers and 15% off menu at the Zippy Lewis Lounge, mini keepsake craft pint glass. Booking Code: BREWCity: Ocean City
FeBREWary BREW Package - DunesFood & Drink Various prices which includes oceanfront accommodations, craft beers and 15% off menu at the Zippy Lewis Lounge, mini keepsake craft pint glass. Booking Code: BREW.City: Ocean City