Things to do in Baltimore this week 6/27

Wow, I can’t believe we are already in the last week of June.  Summer seems to be going by so quickly.  Don’t waste your summer sitting around doing nothing!

Monday, June 27

Richard III at The Senator
1PM
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
4K RESTORATION BY THE FILM FOUNDATION
“In Richard III, director, producer, and star Laurence Olivier brings Shakespeare’s masterpiece of Machiavellian villainy to ravishing cinematic life. Olivier is diabolically captivating as Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who, through a series of murderous machinations, steals the crown from his brother Edward. And he surrounds himself with a royal supporting cast, which includes Ralph Richardson, John Gielgud, and Claire Bloom. Filmed in VistaVision and Technicolor, Richard III is one of the most visually inspired of all big-screen Bard adaptations.” (Criterion Collection)
RESTORATION DEMONSTRATION: https://youtu.be/mN49grFTKxY

Teavolve’s Open Mic w. Samuel Barker
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Signup from 6-7. Music from 7-10pm. Family-friendly. 2 songs / 10 minutes whichever’s SHORTER. No amps or drumkits. Featured artist in the middle of the night. Live webcast, recordings available. No cover, but tipping the feature is encouraged! Because of the webcast, pre-recorded music MUST BE OWNED BY THE PERFORMER!
Tonight’s featured artist : Samuel Barker – Texas-based singer-songwriter without the Texas-based singer-songwriter shtick. (If you need something better, let us know…that’s just what Samuel said to put) Also, here is something from his review on NoDepression.com: Samuel Barker is a singer-songwriter who makes the foibles of truly down and out people (including himself) into things of beauty. Stark as they are, they provide a compassionate view of some of our darker moments.

Psychic Baos , Infinite Pizza, Wet Brain, DJ Pancakes
8PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
COME OUT ENJOY GROOVY TiME Featuring our friends from a distant land
Psychic Baos (Knoxville, TN) ,Eyyyyce cold jams to knock you outta that hot flash
Infinite Pizza (Land of Peasant Living), Bringing the CHEE
WET Brain (Land of Peasant Living), GRRRLS WIF ATTI2UDE
DJ PANCAKES, SLAYIN DA Beats

GRAND OPENING PARTY
4PM – 8PM
Layer 3 Collective
1724 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
Well all its official. OUR GRAND OPENING WILL BE MONDAY THE 27th! We will have clothing for sale from Sullen Clothing, Steadfast brand, and our L3 store tees. Art in the gallery for sale from many talented artists of different mediums to include art from Jessy and Jorge of Pins and Needles, Maeve Burke, Sharon Kusiak and many more! A percentage of these proceeds will go to the Make a Wish Foundation. We will have food, raffles, and will be able to set up all your tattoo appointment needs! We will head out to the fells point nightlife afterward The ! Hope to see you all there!

Tuesday, June 28

Richard III at The Senator
1PM
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
4K RESTORATION BY THE FILM FOUNDATION
“In Richard III, director, producer, and star Laurence Olivier brings Shakespeare’s masterpiece of Machiavellian villainy to ravishing cinematic life. Olivier is diabolically captivating as Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who, through a series of murderous machinations, steals the crown from his brother Edward. And he surrounds himself with a royal supporting cast, which includes Ralph Richardson, John Gielgud, and Claire Bloom. Filmed in VistaVision and Technicolor, Richard III is one of the most visually inspired of all big-screen Bard adaptations.” (Criterion Collection)
RESTORATION DEMONSTRATION: https://youtu.be/mN49grFTKxY

El Coto de Rioja Spanish Wine Dinner
Seating at 6:30PM
SoBo Cafe
6-8 W Cross St, Baltimore
Join us Tuesday, June 28, 2016 for a 4-Course wine dinner featuring Chef, Tim Dyson.
In addition to having Chef Tim Dyson prepare magical Spanish Cuisine, we’ll have Inigo Echavarri of Grupo Barón de Ley on hand to give details on the wine he’s selected to compliment each course. It’s sure to be a delicious evening.
Tickets are $50 (excludes tax & gratuity)
To purchase tickets, please call (410) 752-1518.

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Cooking Class with Chef Egg: Lobster
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Hey #BALTIMORE! We are once again mixing up something special for you in this LOBSTA cooking demo w/ lots of tasty lobstery foods to eat.  $25 per seat.
Join Chef Egg and The Local Oyster’s own Nick Schauman as they sear, steam and bisque fresh lobster recipes that will blow your mind. While Chef Egg cooks up the lobster he will also give you the skills you need to succeed in the kitchen. Nick will offer color commentary and make the lobsters do unholy things with each other.
Menu
– Seared Lobster Barcelona Style w/ Summer Risotto
– Lobster Roll Sliders
– Lobster Bisque w/ Herbs
Street parking is available, Drink specials for 21+, All Ages
Buy Tickets Here

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Eat Your Greens, Drink Your Reds—Vegetarian Wine Dinner
Seating at 7PM
La Cuchara Baltimore
3600 Clipper Mill Rd St 125, Baltimore
What if we told you that the red wine you drink with your strip steak pairs just as well with radishes? Don’t believe it? Let us prove it to you at our Eat Your Greens, Drink Your Reds outdoor wine dinner! Discover wood-grilled vegetarian dishes with smoky, meaty flavors that can stand up to bold red wines from the Priorat wine region in Spain. Enjoy a five-course tasting menu full of locally grown and foraged vegetables, accompanied by powerful reds specially selected by our Advanced Sommelier Greg Schwab.
The dinner’s delicious produce and dairy will be supplied by The Zahradka Farm, Charlottetown Farm, One Straw Farm and Moon Valley Farm.
Buy Tickets Here

Light City Social Meet Up Happy Hour And Walking Tour
6PM – 8PM
McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood & Steaks
711 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Join us Tuesday, June 28, 2016 from 6pm to 8pm at McCormick & Schmick’s to tour the BGE Light Art Walk, meet artists and find potential collaborators for your call for entry application. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP to rsvp@promotionandarts.org to reserve your drink ticket

Friends of Patterson Park Concert with Patrick Alban & Noche Latina
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Patterson Park
27 S Patterson Park Ave, Baltimore
Join us for this free TUESDAY concert in Patterson Park, featuring Patrick Alban & Noche Latina. There will be fun giveaways at sponsor tables and great food to buy from Water for Chocolate, Cream Cruiser, and Verde!
Check out more about Patrick Alban & Noche Latina here: http://www.patrickalban.com/

Brews with Bites Featuring RaR Brewery
Seating at 7PM
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
Join us at Guy Fieri’s Baltimore Kitchen + Bar for a one of a kind dining experience infusing mouth-watering Guy Fieri’s style cuisine with local craft favorite – RaR Brewing. For just $45 you can guzzle and gobble FOUR delicious courses and beer pairings devised by Guy Fieri’s Executive Chef – Jimmy Johnson.
Seating is limited so call now to reserve your spot! 443-931-4387

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Aerial Hammock/Sling Workshop
6PM – 8PM
Mobtown Ballroom
861 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
Hammock, also called Sling, is one piece of fabric with the two tails connected to the ceiling at the same point to create a trapeze-like apparatus. In this class you will learn skills to stand on the loop, hang from the loop, and wrap yourself in many different positions – and of course spin. You will learn moves above, inside, and below the sling and progressing to awesome, easy rolls and dynamic pops to add some WOW to your work. This workshop is suitable for students who have completed the Beginner Level 2 Fabrics course or with instructor permission.
Spots are very limited!!!!! $45
Sign up here – https://mobtownballroom.com/events/aerial-sling-hammock-workshop

Karaoke Madness
8PM – 11:30PM
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion
207 E Redwood St, Baltimore
This week Karaoke Madness will be at the Hotel RL again.  Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place!

Meditate in Hampden
6PM – 7:15PM
Itineris
2050 Rockrose Ave, Baltimore
Meditate in Hampden Every Tuesday
Cost: $10 donation suggested
Join us for a short Dharma talk, meditation instruction, breath-work, and 30-minutes sitting meditation. To these classes Susan brings her years of experience with many different types of meditation including Vedic, Vipassana, Jewish and Buddhist studies. This light-hearted group is a perfect sangha (community) for those seeking a place to meditate and meet others along the path. All levels of meditators are welcome!
Class is facilitated by Susan Weis-Bohlen. Susan has been meditating for over 20 years and has been teaching for nearly 7 years. Many people have been able to create a regular meditation practice by anchoring their week with this group meditation. The benefits of meditation include reducing stress, anxiety, and drama in your life, sleeping better, the ability to manifest desires more easily and to learn that true happiness comes from within.
Wear comfortable clothing. Chairs and meditation cushions provided, but please bring a cushion if you have one. You don’t need to bring anything but yourself. If you can breathe, you can meditate!

Folk Night at the crown
8PM – 11PM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
LULA WILES (boston) https://vimeo.com/140352407
LOOK UP/LOOK DOWN (anna rg + alex lacquement)
LETITIA VAN SANT
ANDREW HAAS
THE HONEY DEWDROPS !!!
+ SPECIAL SINGERS TBA
FOLK NIGHT AT LAST at the crown !

Jameson presents Dinner with Chef Malcolm Mitchell
Seating at 6:30PM
Southern Provisions
3000 O’Donnell Street, Baltimore
Enjoy a 5 course meal paired with Jameson by Chef Malcolm Mitchell!
$50 per person, tax & gratuity not included. Get your tickets today through eventbrite, limited seating!
Buy Tickets Here

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Wednesday, June 29

JAWS & JAWS 3-D on the Big Screen!
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 at 8 PM
SUNDAY, JULY 3 at 10AM (JAWS 3D)
MONDAY, JULY 4 at 1 PM
TUESDAY, JULY 5 at 1 PM
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore
Shark week is not complete without a BIG SCREEN presentation of…
A Steven Spielberg Film Jaws (1975)
Starring Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss
When a gigantic great white shark begins to menace the small island community of Amity, a police chief, a marine scientist and a grizzled fisherman set out to stop it.
But wait, there’s more!
A Joe Alves Film Jaws 3-D (1983)
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Bess Armstrong and Simon MacCorkindale
The sons of police chief Brody must protect civilians at a Sea World theme park after a 35-foot shark becomes trapped in the park with them.

Jazz is PHSH at The 8×10!
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Jazz Is Phsh is an instrumental tribute to Phish inspired by the popular tribute to The Grateful Dead, “Jazz is Dead”. Jazz is Phsh features members of The Giant Country Horns (Phish), Snarky Puppy, Victor Wooten Band, Sun Ra Arketra, Strange Design and more!
Founded in 2015 by The Chase Brothers, Adam Chase and Matthew Chase, Jazz is Phsh has quickly become a world renown tribute to Phish, attracting some of the most influential musicians in the jazz and jam scenes to take part in this collective approach to paying tribute to one of the most important and influential bands in Rock and Roll history. With the music of Phish being both largely improvised as well as highly composed, the framework of Phish’s music is the perfect vehicle for exploring in an instrumental setting. The compositions are both challenging and adaptive. Jazz is Phsh provides an exploration of Phish music unlike anything else.

Druid Hill Farmers Market
3:30PM – 7:30PM
Druid Hill Park
3100 Swann Dr, Baltimore
The 6th annual Druid Hill Farmers Market is a great time for the entire family with offerings from local farmers, prepared foods, arts and crafts, music, workshops and more! There are activities for children and programs at the Rawlings Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, which has extended hours each market day. And, yes, our famous (or infamous) water sprinklers are back to cool down kids, animals and any adult who might get pushed under.

Tacos for Tails
11AM – 9PM
JR’s Bar & Grill in Historic Locust Point
1229 HULL STREET, Baltimore
Hi fellow DOG LOVERS!! Please help us support BARC’s Animal Shelter in Baltimore with an awesome event!!
All Day: FOOD/DRINK SPECIALS (All proceeds will go to BARCS)
Come for lunch or dinner…or BOTH!! 🙂
** Tacos/ Taco Salads (Chicken/Beef)
** Drink Specials
6-8pm: YAPPY HOUR & DOGGIE ACTIVITIES (Bring your dogs!!)
1) Doggie Activites:
** Doggie Runway: Dress your dog up, best dressed wins a prize! (Voting done by guest bartenders at 7:45)
** Doggie Beer Chugging Contest (with chicken broth of course!): Doggie winner gets a prize!
2) Guest Bartenders, Ambre Rypien, Karen Schuster and Rachael Mattis. All guest bartender tips will be donated to BARCS!
3) Prizes and raffle basket items from, but not limited to: NFL AUTOGRAPHS, UNDER ARMOUR footwear, apparel and accessories, DOGMA and HARBORQUE, with more to come!

Happy Hour and Board Game night
6PM – ?
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Hosted by DMV Anime Watchers and B.A.D.
Come join fellow friends and enthusiastic anime watchers for a night of drinks and table tops games.
Jenga, Cards against humanity, Munchkin, Monopoly , Checkers , Fluxx, Fluxx board game, Walking dead, Pandemic.
Feel free to invite friends /bring your own games.

Whiskey Wednesday. Featuring Old Line Spirits
5PM – 7PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Come and try some Old Line American Single Malt Whiskey. There will be food and drink specials all night. You’ll also be able to order a bottle of your own Old Line at a discount from retail pricing!
What we’re tasting:
– Cask Strength
– Single Malt
– Peated Single Malt
http://www.oldlinespirits.com/spirits/

An Evening With Jessica Anya Blau & Matthew Norman
6:30PM – 8PM
Enoch Pratt Free Library
400 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Authors Jessica Anya Blau and Matthew Norman will read from their new novels as part of Writers LIVE!

Thursday, June 30

Dine to Fund Mr. Trash Wheel
5PM – 10PM
The Brewer’s Art
1106 N Charles St, Baltimore
Dine at The Brewer’s Art and 25% of dining room proceeds will go to benefit The Waterfront Partnership and Mr. Trash Wheel. We will have a beer dinner in addition to our regular menu.

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Downtown 101: An Insider’s Guide to Baltimore
6PM – 8PM
Little Havana Restaurante y Cantina
1325 Key Hwy, Ste A, Baltimore
If you’re new to Baltimore, here for the summer, or want to know more about the City, join Downtown Partnership at Downtown 101: An Insider’s Guide to Baltimore at Little Havana in Locust Point for a free networking event on June 30th. Meet other young professionals and have a drink (or few) on us. Attendees will be entered in a raffle for a chance to win some cool prices, but you must be present to win.
Community Tables:
Business Volunteers Unlimited
Baltimore Beach Volleyball
Charm City Circulator
ZipCar
This event is free to attend, but you must register to confirm your spot. Register here: https://www.godowntownbaltimore.com/events/default.aspx?eid=6D6F13AB-BD21-E611-AAE0-000C29C83DF1

Flights and PHORITTOS
7PM – 11PM
Saigon Today
700 S Potomac St, Baltimore
Come on out for our summer menu launch party featuring the PHORITO. It’s everything you love about pho in a burrito!!! We will be having a tap takeover with evolution brewery so there will be plenty of goodies. To celebrate our new menu and some great beer we will be offering 4 flights of EVO beer and our PHORITOS for only $10! We also have $5 EVO Sake bombs.

Tour of Historic 1856 Thomas Dixon/Stirling House
5:30PM – 7PM
1815 Thornbury Rd, Baltimore
AIA/BAF/Baltimore Heritage Member: $10.00 General Public: $20.00
Join the Baltimore Architecture Foundation (BAF) and Baltimore Heritage for a tour of a historic 1856 Victorian home in Mount Washington designed by architect Thomas Dixon, founding member of the American Institute of Architects, Baltimore Chapter. It is one of three or four surviving homes from the original planned community.
After meticulous research, the home was carefully restored by its current owner. The original Georgia Pine floors have been restored, along with the floor-to-ceiling windows, cedar shakes, and woodburning fireplaces. The restoration received awards from the Maryland Historic Trust, the Mount Washington Improvement Association, and Baltimore Heritage.
The house is currently for sale: http://www.chasefitzgerald.com/2016/06/03/mt-washingtonhistoric-dixon-hill/

Park Fundraiser at Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats
6PM – 9PM
Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats
24 W Franklin St, Baltimore
The Mt. Vernon Children’s Park on the 800 block of North Calvert Street serves all families that live, work, and visit the neighborhood. Help us raise money to help maintain and improve the park by joining us at Poets Modern Cocktails and Eats for our first fundraiser of 2016! Poets will be donating a percentage of all bar sales (food and drink) during the event to the park!

Opening Reception for Summer Show
6PM – 8PM
C. Grimaldis Gallery
523 N Charles St, Baltimore
C. Grimaldis Gallery is pleased to present a summer group show of new works by Alfonso Fernandez, Julia Garcia, Minku Kim and Jennie Jieun Lee. This exhibition features paintings and ceramic sculpture which showcase the artist’s decisive hand, the classical form and its deconstruction. These experimental compositions are charged with a tension between formal sensibility and visceral emotion, in which moments of figuration are occluded by darkness, color, glazes, pours, drips and mark-makings.
Summer Show will be on view from June 30 – August 20. Hours for C. Grimaldis Gallery, which is free and open to the public, are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 5:30 pm.

Star Spangled Banger
7PM – 10PM
Mad River Baltimore
1110 S Charles St, Baltimore
Let’s kick off the Fourth of July like true Americans — by celebrating the land of the free at the bar of the brave. Mad River has graciously agreed to host this star-spangled banger, so be sure to bring your red, white, and booze. Guest bartenders Sarah Lane and JT Rohe will be behind the bar – be sure to tip well as 100% of tips will be donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation! The cost is $30 at the door – which includes ALL YOU CAN DRINK domestics, wine, and premium well mixed drinks from 7:00 to 10:00. Plus, $10 of the $30 cost will be donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.There’s no better way to kick-off Independence Day than by drinking for a good cause in Federal Hill (the home of the Star Spangled Banner!) So grab your flags and flasks and let’s make America drunk again. Cash only at the door. ATM available in Mad River.

The Art of Storytelling
6PM -?
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
847 N Howard St, Baltimore
Come to a free and creative space and share experiences and interactions you’ve had with Baltimore City Police using any form of expression. Boasting testimonials, songs, poems, photography, artwork, and more, the evening will provide a rare and much-needed platform for healthy and artistic exchanges concerning civil liberties and social issues.
FEATURING: Eze Jackson, Kondwani Fidel, Shannon Wallace, Kelly Holsey, PFK Boom & Friends, Megan Kenny, Give & Take: An Artistic Experience, B Faulkner, 83 Cutlass  ,D. Chase, and more!!
HOSTED BY: Kenneth Morrison & Bashi Rose
ALL FORMS OF ART & EXPRESSION ARE WELCOME!
PRESENTED BY:  The Office of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement and Civilian Review Board Police Complaint Mediation Program

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Hot Club of Baltimore presents “Django in Rome”
Shows at 8PM and 9:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Hot Club of Baltimore presents “Django in Rome”
Michael Joseph Harris – guitar
Eddie Hrybyk – bass
Todd Simon – piano
Clarence Ward III – tenor sax
Dominic Smith – drums
One set = $15 advance /$20 door/$10 students
Both sets = $20 advance/ $25 door /$10 students

Sahffi Lynne
8PM – 10PM
West Madison Craft Beer & Wine Bar
311 W Madison St, Baltimore
Come out for the joyful, love-filled music of the incomparable, award-winning Sahffi Lynne! https://m.soundcloud.com/sahffi/

Friday, July 1

SNTL Happy Hour BLOCK PARTY!!!
4PM – 9PM
Station North Tool Library
417 E Oliver St, Baltimore
July’s FIRST FRIDAY Happy Hour is a friggin’ FREE BLOCK PARTY!!!!
This month – celebrate Artscape’s theme of SPACE by joining us for SPACE CAMP! During the People 4 People – Block Party, presented by EarthseedxEarthseed + Alloverstreet. SNTL will be having a ridiculous array of spaced-themed activities including a moon bounce and planetarium. Sponsored by Union Craft Brewing.
People 4 People is an all ages, all access, block party on the 400 block of East Oliver Street that will coincide with the monthly Alloverstreet art walk that spans the many arts spaces of Station North. The event will feature fun activities, music, food, art, workshops, selected vendors, and more!
EARTHSEED is a Baltimore based arts & culture collective that focuses on uplifting and exhibiting multiple disciplines of art with a special emphasis on the oppressed, the misrepresented, and the underrepresented. As a collective we utilize the strengths of the arts and culture community within Baltimore to bridge the gap between multiple levels of class, race, and gender in hopes to create platforms for a more progressive arts community, as we focus on strengthening the community through events that are geared toward accessibility.

Défie Moi Pop Up
5PM – 10PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave, Ste D, Baltimore
Défie Moi will be serving Asian-French Street Food at Union Craft Brewing.
Free Entry / Pay as you go / Music by DJ Bohfunk
Defie Moi is an underground Asian-French inspired Street Food concept that is popping up all over Baltimore.

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Art opening- The Photography of Dave Id
8PM – 2AM
Reverb
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
At the beginning of each month we here at Reverb change the art that is displayed in the venue and while changing the art we host an art show for the next artist. So this month we are excited to have the beautiful photography of Dave Id displayed at Reverb. Doors open at 8 so come on down, have a drink and enjoy the work of Dave Id.

Small Victories / Rachel Bone / Madeleine Cutrona
6PM – 9PM
School 33 Art Center
1427 Light St, Baltimore
Opening at School 33 Art Center Friday, July 1, 2016- 6-9pm in our Main Gallery, Members Gallery, and Project Space- “Small Victories”- A group exhibition curated by Jose Ruiz, “Hold Close What I Pass On”- A solo exhibition of paintings by Rachel Bone, and “Often Times Other People Win”- A mixed media installation by Madeline Cutrona. Light refreshments will be served. All three exhibitions will be on view June 1 – August 27, 2016
“Small Victories” upends everyday moments and overlooked vestiges of society as a means to prompt intimate experiences, associating iconic gestures and symbolism through a group of artists working with castoffs, repurposed materials, and nostalgic ephemera. This relationship between experience and meaning causally constructs humble yet sincere artworks that run perpendicularly away from the narrow parallels of abstraction and figuration. Featuring thirteen artists from the Mid-Atlantic region, “Small Victories” brings forward a series of studio actions and interventions in painting, photography, sculpture, new media, and installation. Installed as a series of constellations or nodes creating new systems, the individual works in Small Victories ultimately find new meaning through an associative context. “Small Victories” is part of the 2016 Artscape Network.

Yappy Hour at Mutt Mart
5PM – 8PM
Mutt Mart
2904 Hamilton Ave, Baltimore
Enjoy food, drink and live music to benefit MAS Rescue! This fun Yappy Hour is dog-friendly and fun for the whole family. Beer, wine, non-alcoholic drinks, and food will be available for donations to MAS. Live music provided by The Hall Williams Band. The frontman for the band is a 2 time MAS adopter ♥ Lots of raffle & silent auction prizes, meet adoptable animals, and reconnect with your MAS animal’s foster mom. Hope to see you July 1st!

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Fells Point Streetlight Milonga
9:30PM – 12:30AM
Fells Point Pier
931 S. Broadway, Baltimore
Baltimore Tango Streetlight Milonga: A most fabulous outdoor tango dancing party on the Fells Point Pier at the foot of Broadway below Thames St. with real music by DJ Mark and nonreal rolled linoleum dance floor by Sam. Free.

Germination, a solo exhibition by Phylicia Ghee
6PM – 8PM
Jubilee Arts Baltimore
1947 Pennsylvania Ave, Baltimore
“Germination is the process by which a plant grows from a seed, or a human being from an embryo. The seed contains everything it needs to grow. The work in this show chronicles my journey in acknowledging and understanding this inherent nature of wholeness & resilience within myself” -Phylicia Ghee

B. Woody and Friends LIVE at Germanos
6PM – 9PM
Germano’s Piattini and Cabaret at Germano’s
300 S High St, Baltimore
Doors Open at 6pm, show starts at 7pm!
Come through if your free! Were gonna be playing all original music!
B. Woody- Trumpet
Troy Long- Sax
Elijah Cole- Guitar
Jeron White – Bass
Philip Thomas- Drums
Tickets 15$ – Buy Tickets Here

July First Friday Cooler Coup with 21st Amendment Brewing
7PM – 9PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
We’ll be featuring a number of 21st Amendment Brewing beers on Happy Hour Special all night. EIGHTBAR HAS EXTENDED HOURS FOR JULY FIRST FRIDAY (open til 11PM).
The tentative beer lineup:
– Back In Black IPA
– Brew Free Or Die IPA
– Down To Earth Session IPA
– El Sully Mexican Style Lager
– Hell Or High Watermelon Wheat
– Toaster Pastry India Style Red Ale
We’ll also have free some 21st Amendment giveaways like pint glasses and more. And, of course, we’ll have snacks from our friends at Golden West Cafe. What the hell is a “Cooler Coup”? You know how tap houses like to have “tap takeovers” where they highlight a particular brewery? Well, Eightbar is a bottleshop – so we have no taps. Instead, we have a Cooler Coup. Geddit?

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Saturday, July 2

BWMC Pop-Up Market and Workshop
11AM – 5PM
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
Saturday and Sunday, these artists will sell their wares, promote their projects, and display free demos on digital fabrication, weaving, and printmaking. Oh, and did we mention you can get your daydrunk on with BEER from Lady Brew Baltimore?
We’ve also scheduled FREE workshops!
+ Saturday from 11a-1pm, the nomadic fiber studio and dye kitchen Wax and Wane Fibers will host an indigo dye workshop! Bring your white T-shirts and sign up here.
+ Saturday 11a-1pm, Q-Roc Ragsdale of Orange Moon Media is going to teach us how to harness the power of MEDIA through self-management/promotion and branding for aspiring and established creative entrepreneurs alike.
+ Saturday 2pm-5pm, A musical knitting circle. Hardcore Knitters and non-knitters alike joined together to play/knit on a souped-up, amplified knitting instrument. The Apparatus for Orchestral Knitting amplifies the sound of the knitting, and is then mixed and played back live”.

The Free 2-Day African American Festival in Baltimore!
12PM – 10PM
The African American Festival is an annual Celebration of Life, Music, and Culture. It includes stellar performances, empowerment seminars, and non-stop fun for the entire family. As the largest cultural festival on the East Coast, Baltimore has welcomed over 350,000 attendees annually. Our attendees experience Wellness, Beauty, and Technology while enjoying the sultry sounds of national recording artists and emerging talent.
This year’s performing talent and guests include Common, Mary Mary, Joe, Estelle, Anthony Brown and Group TherAPy, Angie Stone, Goapele, Ro James, Joe Maye, Cyrene Tankard, Ruff Endz, Rev. Jamal Bryant, China McClain, Kwame Jackson, Maurette Brown Clark and more, with hosts Vivica Fox and Jonathan Slocumb.
The African American Festival is hosted by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the city of Baltimore, and produced by greiBO Entertainment.
Make your plans now to attend the 2016 African American Festival.

Baltimore Love Project Book Launch
6PM – 8PM
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
847 N Howard St, Baltimore
Join us for the release of our book, 3 years in the making! With the mural project as a backdrop, Rafael Alvarez (Baltimore Sun, The Wire) intertwines interviews and stories of the city to discuss community, art and love. Combined with a map, stencil, index and over 70 beautiful photographs by Sean Scheidt, we’re excited share another work of art!

Free Yoga
8:30AM – 9:45AM
Mount Vernon Place
699 Washington Pl, Baltimore
Come experience the Conservancy’s sponsored free Yoga – Mount Vernon Place – East Square. Bring your own mat and water bottle. Appropriate for all levels. Yoga continues outside every Sat. through Sept. 24. Thanks to instructor Jude Asher for leading this group!

Los Texmaniacs + The Stone Hill All Stars & Friends
8PM – 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Champions of a well-cured, San Antonio sound, Max Baca y Los Texmaniacs continue the tradition of accordion-bajo sexto driven Tex/Mex dance bands that combine polka, rock en español and Texas blues. Theirs is as equally indebted to their family conjunto as it is to the bands they have shared the stage and recording studio with- Los Super Seven, The Texas Tornadoes, Los Lobos, and the Rolling Stones.
Opening the night, The Stone Hill All-Stars, Baltimore’s legendary recording and dance band, is joined by members of Mambo Combo, The Polkats, and Rhumba Club. Baltimore’s City Paper says that All-Stars John Shock and Paul Margolis “have been at the helm of some of the best roots-rock bands in Baltimore.” Members of The Stone Hill All-Stars have backed up Greg Kihn, Sleepy LaBeef, Jorma Kaukonen, and many other regional and national acts. Join them for a blistering dance set as they share the bill with the great Max Baca and Los TexManiacs.

Free Indigo Dyeing Party
12PM – 2PM
The Motor House
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
In conjunction with the BWMC Pop Up Shop at The Motor House, Wax & Wane Fiber will be facilitating an Indigo Dyeing Party on Saturday afternoon! To keep costs low, we will be supplying the indigo vats and limited fiber (first come, first serve). So we ask that participants bring in their own fiber to dye with. We will be teaching various methods of shibori and fabric resist techniques to create beautiful marks on your cloth! Bring in your shirts, dresses, pants, undies, bedding, pillow cases, linens…anything goes! This is a chance to breathe some new life into your old textiles or make something new! We are excited to see you then. ♥
Limited space available, so get your free tickets here http://www.waxandwanefiber.com/shop/indigo-dyeing-party

Woody Lissauer
8PM – 11PM
West Madison Craft Beer & Wine Bar
311 W Madison St, Baltimore
West Madison is proud to host the award-winning Woody Lissauer! www.WoodySongs.com

A Taste of Jazz @ The Avenue Bakery
4PM – 8PM
The Avenue Bakery
2229 Pennsylvania Ave, Baltimore
The Courtyard Music Series, a fundraising campaign to Rebuild “The Royal”. Featuring THe Firm. Back by popular demand. Your invited to enjoy this free signature music series featuring performances by Baltimore’s most consummate musicians and singers. Beverages and food available for purchase.

Santa Librada – Society Fringe Players – Tomason
8PM – 12AM
Reverb
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
Santa Librada – band bangin
Society Fringe Players SFP swangin
Tomason clangin

Sunday, July 3

Comedy Show at the Marketplace
8PM – ?
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore
Free comedy show featuring Ivan Martin and crew.

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BWMC Pop-Up Market and Workshop
11AM – 5PM
120 W North Ave, Baltimore
From 11a-5pm, Saturday and Sunday, these artists will sell their wares, promote their projects, and display free demos on digital fabrication, weaving, and printmaking. Oh, and did we mention you can get your daydrunk on with BEER from Lady Brew Baltimore?
+ Sunday 3-6pm, Katie Duffy, interdisciplinary sculptor, professor of digital arts, and organizer of Hack the Patriarchy (a week-long hackathon soon to come to Baltimore) will host an intro to code and animation workshop!
+ Sunday 11a-2pm, Beastgrrl , a youth-run feminist art collective will have a zine-making workshop. Sit down with these radical ladies and contribute to a special edition zine of all the work done at the pop-up!

Rock n’ Roll Mini Getaway Day 10
8PM – 2AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Queen Wolf
Gateway To Hell
Fox (45)
The Stops!!!

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Star Spangled Spectacular
5PM – ?
Oregon Ridge Nature Center
13555 Beaver Dam Rd, Cockeysville
Red, white and blue – and patriotic fun, too! Join the BSO & The Gathering for our annual holiday celebration featuring Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever and many more while watching a dazzling display of fireworks. Plus, hear the BSO’s “O, Say Can You Sing?” contest winner perform The Star-Spangled Banner.
Join us for delicious eats from 10 local food trucks, in partnership with The Gathering! Gathering bar, so you don’t have to bring a cooler of wine bottles or beer. Wines by glass and bottle sold. Craft Beers and cocktails.
Gates open at 5:00 p.m.
On-Site Parking Permits Parking Permits can be purchased IN ADVANCE from the Meyerhoff ticket office for $12 or at the lot for $15.

The Free 2-Day African American Festival in Baltimore!
12PM – 8PM
The African American Festival is an annual Celebration of Life, Music, and Culture. It includes stellar performances, empowerment seminars, and non-stop fun for the entire family. As the largest cultural festival on the East Coast, Baltimore has welcomed over 350,000 attendees annually. Our attendees experience Wellness, Beauty, and Technology while enjoying the sultry sounds of national recording artists and emerging talent.
This year’s performing talent and guests include Common, Mary Mary, Joe, Estelle, Anthony Brown and Group TherAPy, Angie Stone, Goapele, Ro James, Joe Maye, Cyrene Tankard, Ruff Endz, Rev. Jamal Bryant, China McClain, Kwame Jackson, Maurette Brown Clark and more, with hosts Vivica Fox and Jonathan Slocumb.
The African American Festival is hosted by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the city of Baltimore, and produced by greiBO Entertainment.
Make your plans now to attend the 2016 African American Festival.

Patriotic Pig Roast
12PM – 3PM
Mad River Baltimore
1110 S Charles St, Baltimore
Theres no better way to kick-off Independence Day than by getting star spangled hammered at our All American Cookout! Join us for our 1st Annual Patriotic Pig Roast Sunday, July 3rd!
$60 Ticket Includes:
3 Hour Open Bar
Pig Roast Cookout catered by Beefalo Bobs – Roasted Pig, Pork BBQ, Shredded Beef BBQ, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Green Beans, Fresh Fruit, Potato Chips, Pickle Spears, Rolls, and Desserts!
Live Music by Steve Herrera
Corn Hole Tournament: Sign Up’s 12 – 2:30PM  tournament will Start at 3PM
Winner will receive Oriole’s Tickets and house cash!!
So come show off your American pride & let’s get LIT like its 1776!
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Star Spangled Hammered
12PM – 2AM
MaGerk’s Pub
1061 S Charles St, Baltimore
Join us the day before July 4th for our Super Awesome American Sunday Funday ♥
Burgers are half-price
$5 Jameson, Pinnacle, & Deep Eddy
$5 Red, White & Booze Shots
$15 America Buckets
$16 Buckets of Sam Adam’s Porch Rocker + Brewer’s Art Choptank’d
All day tunes and fun and red white & blue, baby!

Mount Vernon Cultural Walk
10AM – 11:30AM
Baltimore Visitor Center
401 Light St, Baltimore
The Cultural Walk explores the fine architecture and world-renowned institutions along the Charles Street National Scenic Byway. Impressive buildings and monuments line the corridor, from Benjamin Latrobe’s Basilica to the sophisticated minimalism of Mies van der Rohe’s One Charles Center. The nation’s first monument to George Washington stands tall in the center of Mount Vernon Place, just steps away from some of the nation’s foremost cultural institutions, including the Walters Art Museum, Enoch Pratt Free Library, and the Peabody Institute.
Tour co-sponsored by the Baltimore National Heritage Area. It begins at the Inner Harbor Visitor Center and ends at the Monument. Limited to 20. $3.50-$10. Tour does not include Monument climb. Reservation for a climb ($6.35) for after the conclusion of your tour can be made on the Conservancy’s website: www.MVPConservancy.org.

Drag-A-Mania : LADY GAGA
8PM – 12AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Ever fell in love with caged matches and drag queens?! Well here is EVERYTHING you’ve ever wanted all in one show! DRAG-A-MANIA is a new female impersonation show/contest in Baltimore, MD where the contestants battle it out for a spot in the end of year finale! Each month is themed with music from a different artist! This month …. LADY GAGA!!!! Confused on how it works? Let us break it down. Each month contestants will lipsync for their life against one another until we crown a winner each month. We start with a maximum of 8 then 4 then 2 and then 1! The best part?! It’s all up to the audience to pick the winner!!
Doors open at 8pm and the show starts at 9! $7 cover!

Red, White, and Brutal at Soundstage
4PM – ?
Baltimore Soundstage
124 Market Pl, Baltimore
Baltimore Soundstage and Superior Booking Presents: RED, WHITE, and BRUTAL
Come celebrate our country’s Independence with some brutal Baltimore locals
ALL AGES/ALL DAY FESTIVAL $10adv and $12dos
Bands: Hot as Alaska, White Shadow, Time and Eternal, ZFL, Crimson Orchid, CYBERSTRIKE, Terminal Resolution, If Not Tonight, Atrox Terra, Fire in Elysium, Repressed, and Emerge A Tyrant.

Independence Eve!
8PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Tonight is the night that Uncle Sam swims up your sump pump to deliver freedom to the good kids and barrels of oil to the bad kids! Celebrate in the traditional manner…..ROCK N ROLL SHOW!
QUEEN WOLF (Baltimore) https://queenwolf.bandcamp.com/
FOX45 (Rochester, NY) https://fox45.bandcamp.com/
GATEWAY TO HELL (just outside of Hell) https://gatewaytohell.bandcamp.com/
THE STOPS!!! (MD/VA) http://www.reverbnation.com/wearethestops

Figment At 8 Ball
9PM – 2AM
8 Ball Meatball
814 S Broadway, Baltimore
This is not your imagination……we’re lucky to be hosting another one of Baltimore’s premier DJ’s!!! Figment!!!!! Figment is known for his fun and funky sets that always please the crowd! Disco lives when Figment is on the decks.
https://m.soundcloud.com/figment/dj-figment-live-in-baltimore-3262016

Enjoy!

– Lindsey

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