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Soul Body Barre Workout + Dark Chocolates and Biodynamic Wines
Wednesday, October 22nd
Energize, strengthen and nourish your body! Begin with Soul Body’s invigorating workout to tighten your core and tone your thighs, hips and seat (30 minutes). Then discover the heart-healthy benefits of certain dark chocolates and red wines. While sampling this delectable pair, you’ll learn which wines are biodynamic and which chocolates are truly dark. There IS a difference, and it matters.
Pure foods and small movements that work deep into the muscles are the foundation of Soul Body workshops. Soul Body founders Ann Marie Barbour and Stacey Vandiver transform these elements into unique experiences that empower people to achieve their bodies’ full potential. Their popular workshops are shaped by Ann Marie and Stacey’s extensive travel, research, classical Pilates training, and network of fitness and nutrition experts.
Learn more and register: www.bit.ly/SBthrive
Information: 443-681-7600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Join The Children’s Home for one of Baltimore’s premier fundraisers! This chic and savory evening will offer an amazing collection of wine, chef cuisine and an assortment of incredible desserts. Demonstrate your own artistic style at interactive art tables and a photo booth and also enjoy a one-of-a-kind dinner performance by the Morgan State University five-piece combo band.
The event highlight will be the live and silent auctions featuring a variety of special items, along with unique artwork created by the at-risk children and youth (resident artists) living at The Children’s Home prepared as part of a special mentorship project with Towson University School of Fine Arts.
This year’s event theme is “FACES Identity Discovery – ID.” Residents in The Children’s Home’s care respond positively to art as an innovative approach to rebuilding their lives. FACES will showcase their courage for positive change, along with their innate artistic talent.
FACES 2014 admission is $75/person through Oct. 10, and $100/person, Oct. 11 through event day ticket sales at the door. Proceeds will help sustain quality programs and services for at-risk children, youth and their families. For more information or to purchase tickets, call 410-744-7310 or visit thechildrenshome2014.brownpapertickets.com.
About The Children’s Home
Established in 1863 as an orphanage for children abandoned due to the Civil War, The Children’s Home proudly celebrates a legacy of caring for Maryland’s at-risk children and youth both inside and outside the family structure. Its programs and services have continued to evolve to meet the needs of the community. The Children’s Home is now recognized as one of Maryland’s premier providers of short- and long-term residential treatment care for Maryland youth, ages 13–21, who are victims of abuse, neglect, abandonment or family crisis and may be in need of structured and supervised care.
Get ready for an evocative evening of sultry singing accompanied by velvet jazz rhythms as Molly Ringwald, America’s sweetheart and teen idol from the 1980’s, opens the Gordon Center’s 20th Anniversary season with an enchanting Cabaret performance. This evening is sure to remind you why we all fell in love with Ms. Ringwald during a decade famous for big hair, the launch of MTV, and of course, the infamous and beloved Brat Pack.
Columbia Pro Cantare opens its 37th season with Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle. An operatic composer of timeless renown, Gioachino Rossini also composed sacred music, chamber music, songs, and instrumental and piano works. Rossini referred to Petite Messe Solennelle as the last of his “peches de vieillesse” (sins of old age). First performed in 1864 in a private chapel of a friend of the composer in Passy, France, Petite Messe is characterized by contrapuntal writing, elaborate chromatics and harmonic audacity. The Columbia Pro Cantare chorus under the direction of Frances Motyca Dawson will be joined by Jennifer Holbrook, soprano, Leah Serr, mezzo, John Noh, tenor, Steven Eddy, baritone, and Alison Gatwood, piano, Erik Apland, piano, and Donald Fries, harmonium.
There will be a pre-concert lecture by musicologist Barbara Renton, Ph.D., at 7 pm, and a post-concert reception.
Tickets are $23, $20 (students and sr. citizens) in advance; $2 more at the door. To order tickets, visit www.procantare.org, or call 410.799.9321 or 301. 854.0107.
Opening Night of the 7th Annual CineFest
Israel/France 2012; Drama; Director: Yariv Horowitz
Language: Hebrew with English subtitles, 93 min.
1989. The first Intifada. Israeli soldiers are sent to Gaza to oversee the Arab population. During a routine patrol, one of them is killed when a washing machine is thrown from one of the village’s houses. Four young soldiers are then stationed on the rooftop of a Palestinian family to keep a close watch on the neighborhood and find the responsible persons.
Protecting Our Children in a Technology Driven World
Dana Kaczynksi, Department Detective, BCPD Crimes against Children will share the rules and risks of technology use and tell us how we can keep our children safe. We’ll learn about current trends and popular apps, and discuss techniques for managing how our kids communicate via their phones and computers. Parenting experts Rachael Abrams, LCSW-C, Parenting Outreach Specialist, JCS and Anat Zirkin, PhD, School Psychologist will provide valuable guidance on how to discuss these issues with your children.
For information and registration visit www.jcsbaltimore.org/parenting-series/
Macedonia/Czech 2012; Drama; Director: Darko Mitrevski
Language: Macedonian with English subtitles, 113 min.
This is the World War II story of the Macedonia Football Club and their German-Jewish coach Rudolph Spitz. Determined to build the best football club in the country, Dimitry, the club’s manager, hires the German coach, Rudolph Spitz, to galvanize his ragtag team. When the first Nazi tanks roll though the city, Dimitry has to choose between his love for his team and his loyalty to the New Order.
The Jewish Community Services Career Center offers the Job Search Network, which meets twice a month and is free and open to the community. Participants learn about current job search and recruiting trends, acquire tips on branding and social media strategies for an effective job search, and advance their interviewing and negotiating skills, while networking with other job seekers. For more information and to pre-register, visit www.meetup.com/Jewish-Community-Services-Job-Search-Network/ or call 410-843-7433.
JCS offers a range of services for job seekers, as well as providing recruitment and hiring assistance for employers and business development services for small business owners and entrepreneurs.
Dr. Stephen H. Grant
Oct 29 – JHU Press author will discuss his new book “Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger” about the founders of the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C., the largest collection of Shakespeareana in the world.
Sweden/Poland 2011; Documentary; Director: Mangus Gertten
Language: Swedish with English subtitles, 76 mins.
Harbour of Hope is a heart breaking but life-affirming documentary about the beyond belief life stories of three Holocaust survivors. In 1945, Irene, Ewa and Joe were among the nearly 30,000 survivors that were rescued from German concentration camps and sent to the peaceful harbor town of Malmö, Sweden. Here they started life again.