Howl at The Moon
22 Market Place Baltimore, MD 21202 Tel: 410.783.5111
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Come by Howl at the Moon and hear our favorite band play all your favorite songs! Now, you know our house band can cover a ton of songs in all genres and categories, so we're challenging them to try their best pop, indie rock, and rock-n-roll personas to make you feel like you were right in the middle of Bonnaroo! Grab your flower crowns and crochet tops because this is going to be one awesome party.
Pirates Have Landed at National Harbor
Each cruise runs one-and-a-half hours with the first half-hour spent on boarding activities followed by an hour of sailing out on the Potomac River. Boarding takes place at the Capital Wheel Pier at National Harbor. The cost is $22 per person for ages 3 and up, $12 for children 2 and under. There are also group ticket rates and birthday adventures.
For adults, there are B.Y.O.G. (bring your own grog) cruises that run on Thursdays (6 and 8 p.m.), Fridays and Saturdays (6, 8 and 10 p.m.) Cost is $25 per person. The cruises feature swashbuckling fun with dancing, pirate vests and tattoos. Small coolers are welcome.
“We are delighted to be able to add this unique and fun pirate ship experience to the exceptional line-up of entertainment at National Harbor,” said Bruce Gudenberg, vice president of marketing for National Harbor. In addition to the iconic Capital Wheel, soaring more than 180 feet with views of the D.C. monuments and the National Harbor Merry-Go-Round, National Harbor provides a wide array of shops including Tanger Outlets, restaurants and night life. The National Harbor MGM Casino is scheduled to open in late 2016 as well.
“This is a walkable mini-city that has something for everyone,” added Gudenberg. “From stores for children such as Build-A-Bear and Peeps to great restaurants and a whole street, Fleet Street, of music and bars for adults, to our events that include movie nights on the waterfront, there’s a lot here to experience.”
There are a lot of activities available and yet, some visitors prefer to stroll the waterfront, or simply sit and relax and take in the spectacular sunsets. National Harbor has it all.
For more information on National Harbor, go to www.NationalHarbor.com.
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Let the Dogs Out
Friday, Oct. 28, from 6 to 10 p.m
Baltimore Museum of Industry
The Children’s Home, a 501 (c) 3 organization committed to fostering statewide crisis intervention services for youths ages 13 to 21, invites the community to “let the dogs out” for a morning of family and canine fun.
Pets can strut their stuff and compete for such awards as: Most Pawsome Costume, Most Talented Pup, Best Dog/Owner Costume Duo and Cutest Pup.
Guests also can enjoy performances by acoustic rock duo, The Boh-tinis, face painting, and hamburgers, hotdogs, other refreshments and soft drinks for sale by The Children’s Home to support its programs and services for Maryland’s at risk children, youths and their families.
The Pup Parade will serve as a creative interpretation of “Unleash Your Awesome”– the theme of The Children’s Home’s signature fundraiser, FACES 2016 taking place Friday, Oct. 28, from 6 to 10 p.m., at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.
FACES 2016 will offer gourmet food by Puttin’ On The Ritz complemented by wine, beer, sodas and a signature cocktail; dancing to live music by The Swingin’ Swamis; raffle drawings; pumpkin decorating; a photo booth, and live and silent auctions featuring one-of-kind artwork created by The Children’s Home residents, who respond positively to art as an innovative approach to rebuilding their lives.
For more information about the Pup Parade, to purchase tickets for FACES 2016 or learn about The Children’s Home’s programs and services, call 410.744.7310 or visit www.thechildrenshome.net.
COFAC highlighted events, Towson University Fall 2016
AA&CC | Exhibition: Chinese Folk Pottery | The Art of the Everyday Sept. 8 – Dec. 10 Gallery hours: Mon. – Sat. 11am – 4pm Free admission Asian Art Gallery, CA 2037 Encounter a range of precious folk ceramics created by diverse communities in China, including Tibetan, Dai, Mao, Bai and Han potters. Explore some of the challenges faced by these artists as the demand for traditional wares steadily declines with China’s modernization.
AA&CC | Tibetan Mandala Sand Painting Residency Oct. 31 – Nov. 3 Free admission University Union This four day residency offers audiences the opportunity to witness one of Asia’s most ancient sacred traditions. Presented by Mystical Arts of Tibet featuring monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery, the program is endorsed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama to promote peace and healing.
ART | Exhibition: Marilyn Holsing | Les Histoires Fri., Sept. 9 – Sat., Oct. 15 Opening reception: Thurs., Sept. 8, 7:30 – 9pm Gallery hours: Tues. – Sat., 11am – 8pm Free admission Center for the Arts, Holtzman MFA Gallery, CA 2040 Holsing’s paintings are both narrative and figurative, often involving landscape elements. Recently she has begun incorporating three-dimensional aspects including embroidery and dioramas with video and sound into her work. Holsing is a Temple University professor in the Tyler School of Art.
ART | Exhibition: Department of Art + Design Faculty Biennial Reception Nov. 3, 7:30pm – 9pm Exhibition Nov. 4 – Dec. 10 (closed Nov. 22-26) Gallery hours: Tues. – Sat., 11am - 8pm Free admission Center for the Arts Gallery, CA 3040 Faculty in the TU Department of Art + Design, Art History, and Art Education present examples of their recent aesthetic concerns in a broad range of media.
DANC | Ailey II | Troy Powell, Artistic Director Saturday, September 17 2:00pm – 7:00pm
DANC | Unreserved (Dance Company Concert)
EMF | Fall Film Series | Politics and Change Mondays 9/19 - 11/21
MUSC | Faculty Recital: Towson Brass Quintet | Music for the Royal Court and “The Fountain Tuesday, September 6
MUSIC | The Old Maid and the Thief and Gallantry: Two Operas for Radio and TV Preview Thursday, November 10, 7:30pm Fri., Nov., 11 - Sat., Nov. 12, 7:30pm / Sun., Nov. 13, 2pm
MUSC | Bill and Helen Murray Jazz Residency Concerts featuring Tim Berne Wednesday, November 30
MUSC | Mozart Requiem
THEA | The Bluest Eye
THEA | Freakshow
Mindfulness in Daily Life: Temple Day Retreat
Oct 1, 2016
Kadampa Meditation Center Maryland, World Peace Temple 900 East Northern Parkway, Baltimore MD 21212
Part 1: 10 – 11am, 11:45am – 12:45pm
Part 2: 2 – 3pm, 3:45 – 5pm
Full Day Cost: $40– or $35 for early registration (by Sep 28), students, seniors 60+, and unemployed.- Includes Lunch
Half Day Cost: $25– or $20 for early registration (by Sep 28), students, seniors 60+, and unemployed.- Doesn’t include Lunch, but you can purchase lunch in our World Peace Café.
For more information go to http://www.meditationmd.org or call 410-243-3837
Sunday, October 23, 2016 @ 1:30-3:30 p.m.
Cockeysville Library - 9833 Greenside Drive Cockeysville, MD 21030
FREE EVENT Contact Info. - 410-404-3962
Even better than speed dating, Speed Oiling will teach you everything you need to know about the Essential Oils you have been hearing so much about. You can make your way through the free Speed Oil event and learn how to remove toxins from your home in 60 minutes. Mention Jen Wood at the event and get entered into a raffle to win an Essential Oil!
Food For Thought
Sat, Sep 24, 2016
Join us for a fun evening that includes an uplifting meditation, time for questions, and a delicious Caribbean-inspired, home-cooked vegan meal.
swiss-chard-8The evening begins with a simple, guided meditation at the World Peace Temple to bring a sense of inner peace at the end of a busy week. Put the stresses and tensions of daily life behind you and enjoy an evening of relaxation with a tasty, home-cooked, Caribbean-inspired vegan meal in the World Peace Cafe. (We are sorry but it is not possible to accommodate special dietary requirements for this meal.)
Reception open and drinks served: 6.00pm
Callaloo w/ tomatoes, sweet potatoes and okra over rice & Mango coconut cucumber side salad Sweets by Alice
Besitos de Coco (Chocolate Kisses)
Pre-registration by Sep. 21st is required.
Cost: $20 per person OR $35 for two.For more information call 410-243-3837 or go to www.meditationmd.org
This event is occurring on Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Church of the Redeemed of the Lord (4321 Old York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212). As part of NKF-MD’s mission of early detection and early intervention, this free screening will identify early markers for high blood pressure, diabetes and kidney disease. No appointments are needed for the screening and any adult can participate.
Lasting about 20 minutes, the screening includes blood pressure and weight checks, as well as counseling with a doctor and dietician. Additionally, blood tests may be given to those needing to have their blood sugar and kidney function checked. For more information, call NKF-MD at 443-322-0375 or visit www.kidneymd.org.
Overall, kidney disease affects 26 million people – that’s one in nine Marylanders. One in three American adults – 73 million people – are at risk for kidney disease, and the risk increases to one in two over the course of a lifetime.
Most people affected do not realize it until the condition has progressed. In fact, 25 percent of the 1,229 people screened last year by NKF-MD demonstrated significant results.
Breaking New Ground
Thursday, October 6th from 4:00 to 6:00 pm
Join us on Thursday, October 6th from 4:00 to 6:00 pm about our beginner farmer's training, Breaking New Ground. Past experiences hinder us from moving forward in life. Learn how training on a 10-acre beautiful farm in Cromwell Valley Park, Maryland, can restore your youth, vitality and outlook. Learn how you can be trained as a farmer and about the 9,000 square foot urban farm plots available to graduates of Breaking New Ground. Half of the country's farmers are over 55. In nearly ten years we will see this generation retire. Let our future in farming be passed down to you. RSVP today for our complimentary BBQ at email@example.com or call 410-825-2020.
9th Annual Blue Water Bash
Columbus Day Classic Charity Hockey Game
Reisterstown Sportsplex 401 Mitchell Dr Reisterstown, MD 21136
HOCKEY GAME - SILENT AUCTION - RAFFLES - 50/50's
USA Warriors Ice Hockey Team (Standing Warriors comprised of wounded and disabled service members)
Baltimore City Fire Department Hockey Team
$10 Tickets for Adults - $5 Tickets for Students
100% PROCEEDS BENEFITING:
ST. ELIZABETH SCHOOL & USA WARRIORS ICE HOCKEY TEAM
For Info and tickets please visit: http://www.stelizabeth-school.org/support_us_special_events_st_elizabeth_columbus_registration.html
LUNGevity Breathe Deep Baltimore – Walk & Fun Run
Saturday, October 22, 2016 @ 9:00am
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD 20209
Repeats: No – does not repeat
Description: Breathe Deep Baltimore was founded in 2008 in memory of Betsy Hamer by her daughter, Cindy Malloy. This year's event is in special memory of Monica Barlow, public relations director for the Baltimore Orioles. Monica was a friend, a survivor, and an extraordinary ally in our movement to improve the survivorship of lung cancer.
LUNGevity thanks the Baltimore Orioles for their support and partnership. The opportunity to partner with this amazing team, surrounded by the history of Camden Yards, means that our impact on the survivorship of lung cancer is even more profound. It's a home run!
The walk route will be 5 laps outside the stadium with a lap around the field, ending near the dugout and then up to the seats above the dugout for closing program- It is about 5,000 meters.
Check-in/Registration: 7:00 am
Categories: 1. Kids and Family 2. Health and Wellness Event Contact: Baltimore@lungevity.org Event Website: http://lungevity.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.event&eventID=632Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/BDBaltimore
Kidney Health Risk Assessment at First Apostolic Faith Church of Jesus Christ
Oct. 29th, 2016 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
First Apostolic Faith Church of Jesus Christ 27 S. Caroline St. Baltimore, MD 21231
Free Category: Health, Education, Seniors, Community
443-322-0375 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.kidneymd.org Jessica Quintilian
The free assessment uses a simple Body Mass Index (BMI) calculation, blood pressure measurement and a short six-question questionnaire to make participants aware of their risk factors for chronic kidney disease.
Participants will receive brief consultations with physicians and dietitians to learn about kidney disease, as well as general nutrition and wellness guidelines.
Individuals not at risk will be given educational materials about maintaining good health, while those at risk will be directed to further screenings and advised to talk to medical professionals. Those at risk are encouraged to follow up with their physician and to maintain regular primary care visits.
Overall, kidney disease affects 26 million people – that’s one in nine Marylanders and one in eight in Baltimore. One in three American adults – 73 million people – are at risk for kidney disease, and the risk increases to one in two over the course of a lifetime.
For information about this KHRA event or NKF-MD’s other KHRA events and kidney screenings throughout Maryland and Delaware, call 410.494.8545 or visit www.kidneymd.org.
Serving central and western Maryland, the Delmarva Peninsula and portions of Virginia and West Virginia, the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland is the area’s only voluntary health agency dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases, and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation. For more information, visit www.kidneymd.org.
Harford County Walk to End Alzheimer’s
October 30, 2016 @ 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Harford County Equestrian Center 608 N. Tollgate Rd Bel Air, MD 21014
800.272.3900 http://www.alz.org/walk Nicole Gorski email@example.com
Walker check-in starts at 11 a.m., when participants can pick up t-shirts, take team photos, decorate posters and honor those affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias by placing flowers in the Promise Garden. Following a powerful opening ceremony at noon, the 2-mile walk will commence at 12:30 p.m.
Everyone is encouraged to stay afterward to learn about Alzheimer’s disease and how to get involved with this critical cause. They also can enjoy entertainment, including the Kids’ Corner, as well as light refreshments provided by Giant Food and Panera
Walkers can register as individuals or teams. Registration is free and those who raise at least $100 will receive a Walk to End Alzheimer’s t-shirt. To register, volunteer or donate, visit alz.org/walk.
Event proceeds will help the Alzheimer’s Association provide resources and caring services to families impacted by the disease. They also will support research for treating, preventing and, ultimately, eliminating this disease, which is a growing epidemic and the nation’s sixth-leading cause of death.
The Alzheimer’s Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s research, care and support. Its mission is to eliminate Alzheimer’s disease through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health. Its vision is a world without Alzheimer’s. For more information, visit www.alz.org/maryland.
GET DOWN to DO GOOD – A Party to Benefit Business Volunteers Maryland
Saturday, November 12, 2016 – 7:00 – 11:00 PM
Columbus Center, 701 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202
Get Down to Do Good is Business Volunteers Maryland’s annual fundraiser. More than 300 of our partners, volunteers, and leaders from business and the community will come together in Baltimore on Saturday, November 12 to support our vital work while enjoying a party atmosphere – complete with an awards presentation, food, drink, silent action, and world class entertainment.
This year’s event will feature the soul and Motown sounds of Baltimore native – the legendary Winfield Parker joined by the Wilson Pickett Band.
As Baltimore comes together to support ongoing efforts to rebuild our city, we are promoting the theme of building a strong community culture, creating trailblazers for change, and what better music than Motown to inspire that feeling and desire.
Please join us in our upcoming celebration of Baltimore and Business Volunteers Maryland!