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Saturday, November 2, 2013
OI Benefit Ball

2nd Annual OI Benefit Ball: Night Of Stars

Hanover, MD – September 8, 2013

From the Limo, to the cameras, to the celebrities, politicians, it’s time that the White House remembers our children with OI.  So we are taking this one to Maryland.
Saturday November 2, 2013, 2nd Annual OI Benefit Ball: Night Of Stars at the Holiday Inn Express (7481 Ridge Road) Hotel in Hanover, MD.  The doors will open at 5:45 PM and the event will happen from 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM.  Couples are $40/singles are $25/ OI families are $20/tables are $75.  Come see the children get out of the limo and wave to their fans. Come buy your friends and a family an exclusive yellow table!  Tears, stories, and   joys all in one night. We need you!

 

LionsHeart Network has teamed up with Partiez By Leslie Event Planning Company to host their 2nd Annual Benefit Ball to continue to raise awareness and directly support families living with Osteogenesis Imperfecta or Brittle Bones.  Many families travel great distances for treatment and its expensive medicine and treatments also can be a budget challenge. Lions Heart Network thrives on helping families with emotional and financial support each month. Don’t miss this, tears, stories, and joys all in one night. We need you!

 

Saturday, November 2, 2013
Dave Jacobson Band Dance Concert

Dance the night away to the Classic Rock music of The Dave Jacobson Band.  TESCA Concerts is bringing this exciting music group back to Temple Emanuel by popular demand.  Hear your favorite tunes by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Grateful Dead, and more.  Add to your enjoyment by viewing and bidding on Sports Memorabilia items for yourself, or as gifts for others during the Silent Auction.

This event is open to the public, so join us for a fun-filled evening!  Admission is $ 15 at the door.  FREE snacks and CASH bar, satisfy your hunger at our cash refreshment/dessert table and have fun bidding at the Sports Memorabilia Silent Auction all night long!

We are asking your help in support of a local program at the Hannah More Shelter in Reisterstown, “Sarah’s Hope.” **    Bring new or gently used twin bed-size linens, pillows, towels, baby formula or other baby necessities.  A detailed list of needed items is available by emailing tescaconcerts@gmail.com.  Cash donations will also be welcomed.

 **Sarah’s Hope, a program of St. Vincent de Paul of Baltimore, provides comprehensive 24-hour services for homeless women and children at two sites in the Baltimore area.  

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Temple Emanuel is located at 909 Berrymans Lane in Reisterstown, MD.

For more information call 410-526-3676 (or tescaconcerts@gmail.com)

Or our Facebook Page TESCA Temple Emanuel

Saturday, November 2, 2013
Band, Beer, and Fun

The band Swimmin With Sharks will be playing at Beth El on Saturday, November 2. Swimmin With Sharks features dance music from the 60′s to today. The band will have you dancing all night to your favorite old and new songs. Swimmin With Sharks recently played in Annapolis at a fundraiser for Johns Hopkins Hospital that drew over 300 people and the Strawberry Festival near Annapolis. The band has played at many private and public events. Their lead singer, Sid Molofsky, went to Pikesville Senior High and is a Beth El member. Come on out and dance the night away!

$15.00 members, $20.00 non-members, $20.00 at the door

To rsvp please contact Diane Cole, 410-484-0411 or email diane@bethelbalto.com.

Saturday, November 2, 2013
Seldom Scene

Seldom Scene

Co-sponsored by Charm City Bluegrass

Saturday, November 2, 2013

8:00pm
$24 in advance

$28 at the door (subject to availability)

www.seldomscene.com

 

The Seldom Scene,  affectionately known as “America’s Bluegrass Band,” consists of Dudley Connell (guitar/lead and baritone vocals), Ben Eldridge (banjo and scat singing), Lou Reid (mandolin/lead and tenor vocals), Fred Travers (dobro/lead and tenor vocals), and Ronnie Simpkins (bass/baritone vocals). Founded in Bethesda in 1971, the “Scene” has become one of the largest contributors to the progression of bluegrass from Flatt and Scruggs and Bill Monroe to the contemporary sound the band has developed today. Join the Gordon Center in listening to this quintessential bluegrass group who will wow you with over 40 years of bluegrass sounds!

Saturday, November 2, 2013
singer/songwriter toby lightman w/doug wamble

Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Toby Lightman will perform on Saturday night, November 2, 2013 at Eutaw Place. Brooklyn singer/songwriter Doug Wamble opens at 8 pm.

Lightman’s first album Little Things was released in 2004 on Lava/Atlantic, featuring the hit single Devils and Angels, which enjoyed considerable airplay in the summer of 2004. During her career, she has toured and performed with bands such as OAR, Rob Thomas, Jewel, Gavin DeGraw, Train and Prince. Since becoming an independent artist, her music has been featured on national TV. Lightman’s first two records, Little Things (2004) and Bird on a Wire (2006)
were produced on Atlantic Records, followed by two independent albums, Let Go (2008) and Know Where I’m From (2010). Her new EP, Holding a Heart, has just been released.

A native of Memphis, Doug Wamble lives in New York where he has performed and recorded with artists such as Wynton Marsalis, Cassandra Wilson, Norah Jones, Natalie Merchant, Branford Marsalis, Bill Frisell and Charlie Hunter and Epic recording artist Morgan James. He has composed and performed original works for the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Chamber Music America, and film soundtracks for acclaimed documentarian Ken Burns including “The Tenth Inning”, “Prohibition” and “The Central Park Five.”
Doug has released four solo albums, “Country Libations” and “Bluestate” on Marsalis Music/Universal Records, and “Doug Wamble” on E1/Koch Records. His first independent release, “Fast As Years, Slow As Days” came out in 2013 on his own Halcyonic Records imprint. His first all instrumental solo guitar record, “Rednectelectual” is due later this year. He returns to Eutaw Place solo after supporting Jonah Smith in 2011.

At Eutaw Place, patrons can enjoy beer and wine supplied by Vineyards Elite, coffee by Baltimore’s High Grounds Coffee Roasters, and home baked cookies and other snacks.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased in advance online or at the door.

Located in the lower level of the historic Beth Am Synagogue in Baltimore’s Reservoir Hill neighborhood, Eutaw Place brings to Baltimore musicians at an affordable ticket price, in a comfortable atmosphere. Eutaw Place is located at 2501 Eutaw Place. There is free parking in the lot behind the Esplanade Apartments off of Eutaw Place. Additional information can be found at eutawplace.org.

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