Robert S. Levine, Distinguished University Professor at the University of Maryland, speaks on the portrayal of Frederick Douglass in fiction. Levine is an expert on 19th-century American and African American literature. He most recently published “The Lives of Frederick Douglass” in 2016. His next monograph, “Race, Transnationalism, and Nineteenth-Century American Literary Studies,” is due out in 2018. Call 410-857-2290 for more information.
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Registration is open for the 17th Annual Autism Conference, “Innovation, Integration, Inspiration”, sponsored by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders at Kennedy Krieger Institute, on October 12 & 13th, 2017 at the Radisson North Baltimore Hotel in Timonium, Maryland. The Annual Autism Conference is the premier educational autism event in the mid-Atlantic region for educators, clinicians, families, researchers, and healthcare professionals hoping to increase their understanding of autism spectrum disorders (ASD).
CADVC Launch Event with Dr. Maurice Berger
Thursday, October 12, 4 – 6 p.m.
Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
Please join us for a reception celebrating the launch of four research projects by CADVC Research Professor and Chief Curator, Dr. Maurice Berger. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Over the past year, Dr. Maurice Berger has completed four major research projects for the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, UMBC:
oin Gary Rubin, a local favorite, accompanied by Brent Hardesty at the piano, as they weave their magic, singing the classic songs of Sinatra, Bennett, Darin and Buble. A delightful evening of nostalgic and contemporary classics that will compel you to hum and sing along with them and will make everyday a special occasion. You will walk out smiling!
Thursday, October 12th at 7:30 pm features How to Defuse a Bomb: The Project Children Story, narrated by Liam Neeson. Forty years ago, a New York City cop, frustrated by the daily reports of wanton violence emanating from Northern Ireland, decided he couldn’t stand by idly while two communities tore each other apart in what amounted to a civil war. So he came up with a plan.
This screening shares stories of immigrants living in the Baltimore area, in the narrators’ native language. This oral histories project between undergraduate students of foreign languages and immigrants in the Baltimore Metropolitan area features interviews in Arabic, Chinese, French, Italian, and Spanish.
Presented in partnership with Loyola University Maryland.
Program Made Possible Through Maryland Humanities Grant Program, Humanities Fund for Baltimore and the Loyola University Center for Community Service and Justice.
7:30pm | FREE - Please RSVP
Baltimore Choral Arts presents Free Community Sing
Michele Fowlin, guest conductor
Baltimore Choral Arts and its Music Director Anthony Blake Clark, and the Community Concert Choir of Baltimore, under the direction of Dr. Marco Merrick, in collaboration with Northside Baptist Church, presents a free Community Sing of spirituals and gospel music as a part of Free Fall Baltimore. All attendees are welcome to participate in the music-making.
Tickets are not required for the event, and seating will be first-come, first-served.
Jack Everly, Principal Pops Conductor
Ben Crawford, vocalist
Charlie Metzger III, vocalist
Christina DeCicco, vocalist
Cirque with a Broadway twist! Join Jack Everly and the BSO as acrobats and aerialists dazzle with spectacular music from Broadway’s greatest shows.
October 14, 2017 9:30am, 11:00am, 12:30pm, 2:00pm, 3:30pm
Come in costume. Enjoy decorating your free pumpkin or ghost with supplies provided by the merchants at Savage Mill. Then stroll the Mill and collect free candy.
Prizes awarded to the best costumes!
Pumpkin Decorating Tickets are Free but must be reserved in advance.
McDaniel College’s Gerontology Club, part of “The Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s” (www.theyouthmovement.org),” organizes this annual walk with proceeds benefiting the Alzheimer’s Association. Walkers from the community are invited to join the event. For more information, call 410-857-2500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Rabbi Larry Pinsker in a discussion of Science Fiction and Judaism, looking at religious and philosophical imaginings flowing hidden in nearly all science fiction. Using short SF stories and some films, Jewish source texts and contemporary events,we'll discuss, messiahs, human perfection, the Turing test, artificial intelligence, alienns, alienation, time travel,what is God and whose God is bigger and a universe of topics.
Shabbat Service 9:30 AM ; Kiddush 10:30 AM ; SF & Judaism Class 10:45 AM -12:30 PM (food permitted during class)
The Baltimore Brain Fest is a yearly, FREE event for people of all ages to learn more about that mysterious, squishy, pink organ housed in your cranium. Enjoy brain-related activities, games, exhibitions, arts and crafts, talks from experts in the field, and more! Come unravel the mysteries of your brain October 14!
For more information, check out our website at www.brainfest.org
The Baltimore Brain Fest is a yearly event for people of all ages to learn more about that mysterious, squishy, pink organ housed in your cranium. Enjoy fun activities, games, exhibitions, speakers, hands-on demonstrations and more! Come unravel the mysteries of your brain October 14!
INTERNATIONAL, DOMESTIC, & LOCAL BEERS,
WINES AND SCHNAPPS
All The Show Features Are Under Cover- so Rain or Shine- you are totally wunderbar! As you enter the show, you’ll receive a souvenir tasting glass for ALL YOU CARE TO TASTE sampling … Just drink responsibly. There is nothing worse than a professional person (dressed in a German outfit) slurring their words as they sing drinking songs!
On the Second Saturday of each month the Baltimore County Arts Guild offers a free family art making activity for artists of all ages. No registration is required. See artwork on exhibit and create artwork of your own. Different activities each month. Clay, collage, pastels, painting, printmaking, sewing.... Develop creative problem solving abilities, and improve communication skills while having lots of fun!
The Ariel Quartet, originally from Israel, has rapidly earned a sterling reputation for its bold versatility and soulful interpretations. Following its 2016 Carnegie Hall debut, the youthful group comes to Baltimore with a program of works by Schumann, Kurtág, and Beethoven.