Wednesday, December 18, 2013
December Connected Conversations
Dial in and learn about Alzheimer’s from your home or office! This is a live, interactive call. There will be time for Q&A.
These seminars are free of charge. Anyone is welcome to register.
Registration is required. Once you have registered you will receive the call-in number and access code.
Wednesday, December 18
Times: 12:30-1:30 p.m.
Discover how to plan the day for a person with dementia to enhance self-esteem, quality of life and sense of
Register at http://bit.ly/alzphone or call 1.800.272.3900.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Pikesville Library Guest Speaker Series
Wed. Dec 18, 2013 1-2 p.m.
Peter Bielenson, M.D. – JHU Press co-author with Patrick McGuire of “Tapping into the Wire: The Real Urban Crisis,” will discuss his book about urban policy and public health issues.
Thursday, December 19, 2013
Judaism’s Great Debates: Timeless Controversies from Abraham to Herzl
We will learn about the debates between Hillel and Shamal, the Vilna Gaon and the Baal Shem Tov over spirituality, and Spinoza and the Amsterdam Rabbis over Jewish boundaries. This course is taught by Rabbi David Greenspoon, a popular Jewish educator for learners across the generational spectrum. Rabbi Greenspoon teaches Jewish Text, Thought, and Practice at the Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School in Rockville.
Friday, December 20, 2013
Following the success of the first presentation in 2012, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) will once again collaborate this December to present Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s full-length holiday classic The Nutcracker.
Saturday, December 21, 2013 - Sunday, December 22, 2013
Pumpkin Theatre presents ‘The Princess & The Pea’
(BALTIMORE) Pumpkin Theatre continues our 46th Season “Discovering New Friendships Through Familiar Tales” with The Princess & The Pea. A mysterious young woman must prove to a skeptical King and Queen that she is a princess of royal blood. She must pass three tests involving ghosts, gold and, of course, a pea. Will the evil court attendant foil her plans to marry the Prince? Or will Prince Erik’s magic troll have the last laugh and set things right? Performances take place on December 14, 15, 21 and 22. All shows are at 1 and 3pm and take place at 2905 Walnut Ave, Owings Mills 21117. We still have our affordable 4 and 3 play subscription packages available. Individual tickets are $14 in advance, $16 at the door and available by calling the box office at 410 902 1814 or purchasing ONLINE by visiting our website at www.pumpkintheatre.org
See a show and take home a memory! During our Mainstage shows we offer a special Arts and Crafts room. Join our specialists as we make an exciting craft, based off the show you will be attending! This special room will be available during the afternoon of your show, 12-4. Come before or after your performance, or both! Not only will your child will explore their creative side, but they will be able to take home a special project that will remind them of their wonderful Pumpkin experience. Cost is $5 and can be paid by cash or check the day of the performance.
Celebrate your Birthday at Pumpkin! Offered during our Mainstage performances only, this is a party your child will remember for years to come. Bring your group of 10 or more, to receive our group rate and sit in your own special seats! All birthday children are brought on stage, where we sing ‘Happy Birthday’ to them and they receive a special party hat. For an hour before the performance you may also rent out one of our party rooms. Looking for something else to make your party one-of-a-kind? Book a Pumpkin Party Pal! A themed character of your choice (played by a professional Pumpkin actor) will visit your party room for 45 minutes. Your princess or pirate will assist your party by playing games, leading a themed craft, and if needed help out with food/cake. Party Rooms and Pumpkin Party Pals can only be booked by calling 410 902-1814.
The Princess & The Pea is directed by B Thomas Rinaldi, with costumes by Wil Crowther, lighting by Adrienne Gieszl, props by Ally Cribbs and set by Ryan Haase, featuring actors Derek Cooper, Holly Gibbs, Ed Higgins, Vanessa Kinsey, Kay Meghan, and John Sadowsky.
Don’t miss the fun as we continue our fantastic 46th Season! For information on Pumpkin Theatre’s season, special events, education programs,classes, birthday parties, or to sign up for our e-mail newsletter, please visit us at www.pumpkintheatre.org. You can also find us on facebook, twitter, pinterest, and instagram.