An exhibition that brings 1812 Baltimore vividly to life. Runs through June 9, 2014. All day, the Maryland Historical Society, 201 W. Monument St., Baltimore. Visit mdhs.org/betsy-bonaparte/the-exhibition.
1st Sunday of every month
Bring your dog the First SUNDAY of each month at 11 am! Hike on the grounds of our animal shelter’s forested wildlife sanctuary in Reisterstown, led by Dr. Mary Zink, Baltimore Humane Society Veterinary Medical Director of the Low Cost Veterinary Wellness Spay/Neuter Center.
· Approximately 45 min-1 hour in duration
· BYO DOG (Proof of rabies vaccination required)
· Rain or Shine
· $2 per dog participation fee and no prior registration required
· Moderate hiking level so dog and hiker need to be able to maneuver trees, hills, and streams
· All dogs must be on a 4-6 ft leash (no retractable leashes permitted) and walked by a hiker that is 14 years of age or older
· Bring plenty drinking water for yourself and your dog
· Appropriate hiking attire is recommended à comfortable, flexible, closed-toe shoes and durable clothing that can withstand mud, tall grass, twigs, stickers, stream water etc.
Take an introductory Spanish Language and Culture class at Notre Dame of Maryland University. The program will be offered every Tuesday beginning February 18 and running through May 6. Registrants can choose afternoon sessions from 3 to 5 p.m. or evening sessions from 6 to 8 p.m. For more information, contact Linda Stilling, SSND, at 410-532-5306, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ndm.edu/spanishlanguageandculture. Cost is $400; Group rate: $1,050 for three participants (by February 3, 2014)
$425; Group rate: $1,125 for three participants (after February 3, 2014)
Join SpongeBob SquarePants and his underwater friends on a rollicking adventure in Bikini Bottom this spring with SpongeBob SquarePants 4-D – The Great Jelly Rescue attraction, coming to National Aquarium’s 4-D Immersion Theater from March 1, 2014 through November 13, 2014.
On Stage at Theater J
April 10-27, 2014
By William Gibson
Starring Tovah Feldshuh
Broadway Production supervised by Scott Schwartz
A riveting portrait of one of the great women of our time, Golda Meir, Golda’s Balcony is the final work from Tony® Award-winning playwright William Gibson (The Miracle Worker, Two for the Seesaw), and an award-winning smash that, in 15 sold-out months on Broadway, set the record for the longest one-woman show in Broadway history.
From the pogroms of Russia to the halls of the Knesset, the story of Golda Meir is the story of the state of Israel in the 20th century. Starring four-time Tony® and two-time Emmy® Award-nominated TOVAH FELDSHUH, this one-woman tour de force promises to be a thrilling, deeply moving and unforgettable night of theatre.
“An incisive, powerfully-varied portrait of a remarkable woman!” – Time Out NY
More information and tickets at theaterj.org
Friday – Sunday, April 25 – April 27 & May 2 – May 4
Friday (9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)
Saturday ( 8:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.)
Sunday (8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
Thomas the Tank Engine returns to the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore! Take a 25 minute train ride behind Thomas the Tank Engine, meet Sir Topham Hatt, and enjoy a day full of live entertainment, activities, and family fun! Visit www.ticketweb.com/dowt or call 1-866-468-7630 to purchase tickets to this popular children’s event. Advance purchase recommended for the train ride. Please note that everyone, including B&O members, will need to purchase a ticket for entrance into the museum during this six day event. Coupons, vouchers, discounts, consignment tickets, complimentary passes, membership cards, etc. are not accepted during Day Out With Thomas™ event days.
- Friday, April 25: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Saturday,April 26: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Sunday, April 27: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission (valid all three days):
- Adults $8 online; $10 at the door
- Children under 12 free
- Parking free
More than 250 American artisans will personally show and sell their handcrafted work at the 36th annual Sugarloaf Crafts Festival at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium, MD. Crafts people at the Festival are jury-selected and are the finest artisans from around the country. They will showcase their latest works in functional and decorative pottery, sculpture, glass, jewelry, fashion, wood, metal, leather, furniture, home accessories, photography and fine art.
In addition to browsing and buying one-of-a-kind items, craft lovers will experience the fun, family-oriented tradition of the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival including small-batch foods to try and buy from specialty purveyors, demonstrations from master craftspeople, interactive children’s activities and live music.
For more information, including admission discounts, exhibitor lists and directions visit www.sugarloafcrafts.com or call (800) 210-9900. Free parking is available on site.
High-resolution images of artist work are available at http://www.sugarloafcrafts.com/pr/spring_timonium_photo.html.
For Autism Awareness Month in April, Kennedy Krieger Institute will once again bring the community together for its annual fundraiser, ROAR for Autism, on Sunday, April 27 at Oregon Ridge Park in Cockeysville, MD. Through biking, running and walking, families and supporters will gather with a united “ROAR” to raise awareness and funds for research into this puzzling disorder that so often silences the voices of those affected.
The Columbia Jewish Congregation and Columbia Jewish Community School—serving Pre-K thru 12th grades
invite all seeking companions on their families’ Jewish journey
Sunday, April 27, 2014 – 9:15am—11:15am
at our Sunday site, Oakland Mills High School, 9410 Kilimanjaro Rd, Columbia
Enjoy brunch. Meet staff and lay leaders.
Observe classrooms and interaction between teachers and students.
Come see why CJCS is regarded as “a welcoming and innovative community that makes learning fun!”
We look forward to seeing you!
All new families attending the Open House will receive a $100 tuition voucher and will be eligible for a 50% tuition raffle that will be held at the end of the morning. Must be present to win.
Columbia Jewish Congregation (CJC) is a progressive congregation, affiliated with the Reconstructionist movement.
We are a multi-generational, diverse congregation of members whose emphasis on Judaism as a civilization as well as a religion,
involves us in the study of Jewish beliefs, teachings, values, ethics, history, tradition, prayer, art, and music.
Our song-filled services engender a spirit of camaraderie that carries over into our many communal celebrations and social activities. CJC has a long history of commitment to Tikkun Olam and Tzedakah, values that we cherish and strive to pass on to our children.