Some days are just too hot to even consider turning on the stove! In this class, students will learn how to beat the heat and chill out with a refreshing Mediterranean Rotisserie Chicken Salad Wrap perfect for a hot summer afternoon. This cooking class is presented by Chef Nichole A. Mooney of Black Girls Can Cook, a vocal advocate for teaching and inspiring adolescent girls of color to mature into young responsible women through the art of cooking and urban gardening.
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No need to cook on Wednesdays this summer! Food Trucks are coming to Ascension Lutheran Church's parking lot every Wednesdays from 5-8 pm. Each month we'll be donating profits to a different organization supporting those in need in our community. See you on the lot!
ADAM STAB STREET LIFE ART is an uncomfortable acknowledgement of the experience of growing up and living on the streets where graffiti is made, and where others tend to avoid. This suite of artwork is inspired by the consideration of what it means to be a part of the world during this time of extreme polarization. Labels of ‘outcast’ and ‘outsider’ may be sought out and embraced by some, while adding to the already sizable burden of those born without access to wealth, opportunity or privilege and subjugated to the lowest rungs of (American) society.
Join us for the Friends of Fort McHenry Spectacular Reception on the grounds of the park and enjoy food and drink provided by Atlantic Catering, plus refreshments from local beer and wine companies. End the night with spectacular fireworks!
The Afro House sound, which they call 25th Century Music, is rooted in the compositions Scott Patterson wrote after returning from a two month solo trek in the mountains, it is the music that was inspired by a dramatic shift in his life that involved becoming a husband and father in a new city, and the wisps of melodies in his head that eventually reach for a lyric. From the outer most reaches of the cosmos to the mountain tops, Afro House presents Afro House Concert No. 9.