Monthly "open mike" Folk Music Night is held Saturdays from 7:00-10:00 pm at Perry Hall United Methodist Church, 9515 Belair Rd., Baltimore, MD 21236. Admission is free, but donations are welcome. Our web site is http://www.folkmusicnight.com/ . Further info: 410-529-7176. The featured performer this month is Brody Bond. His website is https://www.brodybond.com/ .
BRB (Baltimore Record Bazaar)
@ Peabody Heights Brewery (401 E 30th St)
2023 Bi-Monthly 4th Sundays
JAN - Winter - 1.22
MARCH - Spring - 3.26
MAY - Sprung - 5.28
JULY - Summer - 7.23
SEPT. - Fall - 9.24
NOV. - Holiday - 11.26
Indoor/Outdoor Shopping (11a to 5p)
35+ Vendors; Vinyl, Tapes, CDs, Stereos, Books/Comics, Art, Vintage Clothes, Music Memorabilia, Cool Stuff etc.
FREE to Attend / Family Friendly / DJ's / Beer / Food Truck
Mount Vernon Virtuosi Season Finale
Our exciting Season Finale features MVV Artistic Director and internationally-renowned cellist Amit Peled in a world-premiere chamber orchestra arrangement of Dvorak's Cello Concerto. Also featured on the program is Victor Hebert's Serenade for String Orchestra. The orchestra will be led by conductor Barak Tal.
At VLP, we honor lifelong learning and understand the importance of starting early and making it fun. We hope you join us for our Tots Tuesday Storytime for toddlers & preschoolers! Tots Tuesday Storytime is an interactive storytime for children ages 2–4 years old and their parents/caregivers.
Tots Tuesday Storytime has just gotten back to being in-person. Check out our past, virtual Tots Tuesday videos on our YouTube channel!
For any questions or concerns please email: [email protected]
Redefining Industry, the Baltimore Museum of Industry’s signature networking party, recognizes and celebrates extraordinary individuals who are redefining industry and pointing the way to a positive future for Baltimore. Honorees’ work is grounded in Baltimore’s impressive and complex industrial past and yet it is thoroughly modern. With creativity, commitment, and grit, they are contributing to the economic and social vibrancy of Baltimore and beyond. The Redefining Industry event provides essential support for the BMI’s programs and exhibitions.
The Baltimore Museum of Industry will host Redefining Industry, a networking party recognizing and celebrating extraordinary individuals who are redefining industry and pointing the way to a positive future for Baltimore. The event on May 31 at 6:00PM is a ticketed fundraiser supporting museum programs and exhibitions.
The honorees’ work is grounded in Baltimore’s impressive and complex industrial past and yet it is thoroughly modern. With creativity, commitment, and grit, they are contributing to the economic and social vibrancy of Baltimore and beyond.
Come to the Jewish Museum of Maryland on Thursday, June 1, 2023 at 7PM for a live taping of the JMM's podcast, Disloyal, about the Museum's current exhibit, Material/Inheritance: Contemporary Work by New Jewish Culture Fellows. RSVP here for your free ticket: http://ow.ly/vaEq50OueaP
Asia North 2023
Friday, June 2, 5pm
Motor House and The Parlor
Celebrate the conclusion of Asia North 2023. Congratulate the artists featured in TRANSition/TRANSformation/TRANScendence. Enjoy performances by Xing Dance Theatre, Dami Soh Schlobohm, Nen Daiko, and Tvameva. Enjoy Chinese food.
Join us at Gallery 1448 for the opening reception of Muse and Metaphor.
Throughout history, artists have relied on muses to inspire and inform their visual creativity. This show features six photographers who explore the idea of muse and metaphor in their work. Curated by Molly Roberts, this show is deeply rooted in Baltimore.
Featured artists are Schaun Champion, Frank Hallam Day, E. Brady Robinson, Paula Gately Tillman, M. Holden Warren, and Elena Volkova.
Fridays: Featuring The Jonathan Gilmore Project – Funktopia Nation
Friday, June 2 | 6 pm -8:30 pm. Performance begins at 7 pm. Exhibits Open at 6 pm.
Irish fiddle player Brendan Mulvihill, banjo player Angelina Carberry, and button accordion player Dan Brouder perform in concert for the first time together on this US tour, with their first performance at The Cellar Stage at The Timonium United Methodist Church on Friday, June 2, 2023 at 7:30 p.m.
Highwire Improv returns to Charm City Meadworks for another night of amazing improv comedy and delicious drinks! The taproom opens at 7:30, and the show starts at 8!
About the acts:
Scrapple is a long-running member of the robust indie improv scene in Baltimore. They are high energy, physical, and hilarious. No guarantees other than laughs!
Girl Talk brings you the most important stories of the day, dishes out some commentary, and turns it all into awesome improv comedy!
WHAT IS A PROMENADE?
The Charles Street Promenade (CSP) is not a festival, it’s a pedestrian takeover of the Historic Charles Street thoroughfare.
Initially created during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic to safely bring awareness and encourage support of the many incredible small business along Charles Street, CSP has since evolved to include additional street-front activations, musical performances, and so much more.