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Indoor juried artisan and crafters event. Over 40 local artisans will display their items just in time for holiday shopping. Visit our Cafe for lunch and our awesome baked table!!
World renowned domino topple expert Scott Suko and a team of local engineering volunteers will be joining us to create a dynamic domino topple design through our Legg Mason Gallery, overlooking the Baltimore Inner Harbor. Witness over 12,000 dominoes of different sizes and colors zigzag, spiral, climb up stairs, across tables, fall in collapsing pyramids and much more.
The topple will be at 2:00pm on Saturday, but come early to test designs of your own and interact with the experts. All activities free with paid admission and free for members.
Baltimore Humane Society is placing all odds on Catsino Night, an event to support the care of cats at its no-kill shelter. B’more Humane has been operating its cattery at full capacity for several years now, and Catsino will help support the care of all those homeless cats on Saturday, November 15th at Grey Rock Mansion with a night of faux gaming. Expect a roll of the dice, an open bar, hearty appetizers, and fun entertainment.
The action begins at 7 p.m. Gamers can enjoy blackjack, roulette, craps, a money wheel and 50/50 raffle. To sweeten the pot, prizes will be awarded to the most successful gamblers. Increase your chances and purchase a VIP ticket that includes increased gaming chips, runners to get drinks and food, and access to a separate VIP bar and gaming table.
Want a guarantee that you’ll see money appear at this night of gaming? Then be sure to have magician William Gross do his stellar magic on you. Chances are very good that you’ll see at least a coin or two suddenly appear from your ear! Deejay, Jack Callahan, will host the evening that includes a fabulous silent auction.
Please join us and make some magic happen for the homeless cats at Baltimore Humane Society. The private non-profit shelter relies on the support of the community. Tickets are $100 or $150 for VIP.
About the Baltimore Humane Society
The Baltimore Humane Society, founded in 1927 by Mrs. Elsie Seeger Barton, is an independent, non-profit, no-kill animal shelter, which offers low-cost veterinary care to the public, and a pet cemetery with grief support services. We receive no operational funding from the local or federal governments, or any national animal welfare organizations. For more information about BHS, and how you can contribute, volunteer, adopt, or foster, please visit www.bmorehumane.org or call 410-833-8848.
“America’s power couple of chamber music”
Originally conceived for the celebration of Music@Menlo’s 10th anniversary season, this program celebrates music’s power to transmit intense emotion. This recital will capture the heart of every listener, performed by musicians whose communicative powers and engrossing intimacy make their performances unforgettable.
PROGRAM: The Passionate Cello Strauss: Sonata in F-Major, Op. 6 Messiaen: Louange à l’Éternité Albeniz: Suite Espagnole Op. 47 Glazunov: Song of a Minstrel Chopin: Sonata in G-minor, Op. 65
Tickets: Adult $32; Senior $30; Student $12 Students to age 17 receive one free ticket when accompanied by a paying adult
$10 in advance; $12 at the door
Perfect for all ages!
Sponsored by BGE
It will be hard to stay in your seats! INCREDIBLE FEETS provides a music and dance performance that celebrates the world of percussive dances from Ireland, England, South Africa, Canada and the American South. You’ll love the hamboning, hoofin’, jazz tap, and more performed by six dancers and three musicians. The show includes audience participation and lots of foot tapping fun for the whole family For 35 years Footworks has delighted audiences in the United States, Canada, Japan, and throughout Europe. Founding Director Eileen Carson Schatz is a National Endowment for the Arts Choreography Fellow and recipient of the Maryland State Arts Council’s 2014 Individual Artist Award for Choreography.
Help support the JCS Toy Drive. Your donation of new, unwrapped toys, books, crafts, or gift cards ($10 or less) will brighten the holiday for children whose families are struggling in these difficult times. Drop Off Day is Sunday, November 16 from 9:00am-5:00pm at Jewish Community Services in Owings Mills
See history come alive with this performance of our newest Living History character, Mendes Cohen. Mendes, the focus of our newest exhibit, The A-Mazing Mendes Cohen, developed in partnership with the Maryland Historical Society, is possibly the most fascinating Baltimorean you have never heard of! Learn more about this fascinating character as he recounts some of his most captivating anecdotes, including his experience as a defender at Fort McHenry and his time as a world traveler.
“By/4 Artist Series” are interactive, cross-disciplinary workshops for artists and educators. Choreographer, producer, and songwriter, CJay Philip shares experiences from her Broadway career and provides techniques for getting hired again and again. Event is FREE!
“CJay shares some tricks to getting work, keeping work and creating work that can sustain a life long career in the arts. Once singer/dancer/actress now director/choreographer/arts advocate, CJay Philip shares the highs, lows and lessons learned from her career on Broadway stages, national arenas, rehearsal studios, audition rooms and the back of a cab. CJay will also expound on some of the unlikely yet fruitful partnerships that have helped her company Dance& Bmore thrive.”
Parking: Free parking on street and in Glenn Garage
Seth Kibel and his trio will present a wide variety of Jewish
and Jewish-related music. From Old World klezmer to Yiddish
folksongs, to klezmer-influenced jazz and swing, your toes will
be tapping throughout this concert, which will provide a musical
encapsulation of the Jewish-American experience.
David Philip Gresser Sanctuary.
This concert is FREE and open to the public.
Listen to how women saw a need in their community, and did something remarkable to make change by starting their own, successful non-profits. Facilitated by Beth Ditman, Editor of Her Mind Magazine. Learn how these dynamos embrace tikkun olam and are making a difference every day.