Things to do in Baltimore this week 8/29

Hello friends!  I don’t know about you but I am over the hot weather.  Lots of indoor activities available this week.  Baltimore’s vibrant music scene kind of blows me away when I compile this every week.  You can basically see a show of any genre every night of the week.  Impressive and also, it gives you zero excuse to not be out there.

Monday, August 29

Rujero Singani Cocktail Competion
8PM – 2AM
Wet City
223 W Chase St, Baltimore
This cocktail competition is being sponsored by the lovely folks at Rujero Singani (http://www.chufly.com/rujerosingani), a Bolivian pomace brandy distilled at altitude from white Muscat of Alexandria grapes.”If a fine tequila made love with a smooth pisco on a bed of rose petals, the baby would be Rujero…”
The contestants:
– Alec Franklin (Team Meow)
– Amie Ward (Bad Decisions)
– Molly McNulty (Cultured)
– Adam “Slippy” Estes (Dylan’s Oyster Cellar/Collette)
– Matt Murphy (The Elephant)
– Chelsea Gregoire (Pen & Quill)
The Judges:
– Doug Atwell (Formerly of Rye)
– Lukas B. Smith (Dram & Grain/Cotton & Reed)
– Rachel Kling (Rujero/Quill at The Jefferson)
MCed by the inimitable John Reusing of Bad Decisions
Each contestant is selecting a country or nation, and basing the flavors of their cocktail around their country choice and the base spirit Rujero Singani. It’s going to function as a one-cocktail competition, no rounds or brackets. Wet City will be offering a Rujero Singani based slushie and cocktail menu for spectators to order from and enjoy. This is gonna be a parrrrrrtay!

Horatio Dark’s Between the Lines
8PM – 11PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
It’s six o’clock. Time to dim the lights, settle in close to your radio and steel your nerves. WIND is taking you on a trip into the realm of the frighting and the bizarre. A trip Between the Lines of Reality with your host, Horatio Dark. Tonight we present a new Rex Pylon and Dot Planet Tripper Adventure and a new Bennington Marcus Mystery along with a new story, Deja Vu by Matt Fendahleen and an adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s classic tale of terror, Pickman’s Model by Horatio Dark. As always, the event is free, so come out and enjoy live, local entertainment!

Summer Send Off at Woody’s Cantina
4PM – 7PM
Woody’s Cantina
821 S Broadway, Baltimore
Fells Point District is hosting a Summer Send Off Party at Woody’s Cantina! There will be some awesome deals on food and drinks like $5 house margaritas and $2 off all their other flavors! Also, $4 draft beers, $5 Cantina rita, $5 Sangrias, $1 tacos and $7 margarita wings! Come hang out and enjoy the view with us as we celebrate the end of summer!

Kombucha Workshop
6:30PM – 8PM
1501 Clarkson St, Baltimore
On Monday, August 29th I’ll be hosting a kombucha workshop. I’ll teach you everything you need and want to know about kombucha, including how to brew, kombucha’s history and health benefits, and what in the hell that SCOBY thing is! We’ll cover tea selection, brewing, bottling, and adding flavors with herbs, spices, and fruit. The kombucha will be flowing and you’ll receive instructions for brewing, your own kombucha mother, and a kombucha tasting flight. This workshop has a suggested donation of $5-$20. ALL proceeds will be donated to Nepenthe Homebrew to benefit their clean up efforts after the recent July flood damage.

Teavolve’s Open Mic w Lynn Hollyfield
7PM – 10PM
Teavolve Cafe & Lounge
1401 Aliceanna St, Baltimore
The Teavolve Open Mic’s been running for about 10 years in Harbor East, Baltimore – signup at 6, performances from 7-10pm – “family friendly”, 2 pieces / 10 minutes whichever’s shorter. Every #openMicNight we also snag a featured artist and shove them in the middle of the night – someone who I viscerally NEED more than two songs from – tonight that’s Lynn Hollyfield.

Arliss Nancy / Whale Show / Harlan County Kings / Golden Sombreros / & Max Jeffers of Western Star
7:30PM – 11:45PM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Feed The Scene brings you some sick Colorado Americana straight out of Ft. Collins.
ARLISS NANCY [CO] – Black Numbers Records
Whale Show [MD] – DIY Folk/Rock/Americana
Harlan County Kings [MD] – Original Rock
The Golden Sombreros [MD] – DIY Rock/Punk
Max Jeffers (Western Star) [MD] – the arlo guthrie of now

Tuesday, August 30

Simon Batarseh from August Kesseler, Rheingau, Germany (Cooking Class)
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Schola
1005 N Charles St, Baltimore
Weingut August Kesseler is located in Assmannshausen in the western Rheingau, directly on the slope of the famous hillside “Assmann Höllenberg”. August Kesseler was founded in 1924, and August’s son took over operation of his parents when he was just 19 years old. Simon Batarseh became the winemaker at August Kessler in 2013 and he believes that his job is to let the “terroir Rudesheim, Assmannshausen and Lorch live in the wines and let our love for Pinot Noir and Riesling flow to the highest level!” Join Simone as we create some of the dishes he loves with these wines – Salmon Tartar with Fresh Cheese & Rye, Peppered Pork with Black Lentils & Ham, Boiled Beef with Red Cabbage and Pretzel Dumplings, Potatoes & Eggs with Frankfurter Grüne Sauce and to finish, The Berliner, a jam filled doughnut. Simon will bring some of his great Rieslings and a Pinot Noir to share with everyone.

Falling Down – Tuesday Night Movie
8PM – 10PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
This neo-noir psychological thriller stars Michael Douglas as the anti-hero William Foster, who goes on a rampage across L.A. while being pursued by Robert Duvall, as LAPD sergeant Martin Pendergast.

Brews with Bites: Heavy Seas
7PM – 10PM
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
Join us on Tuesday, August 30th 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 – Heavy Seas Brewing. For just $45 you can guzzle and gobble FOUR delicious courses & beer pairings devised by Guy Fieri’s Executive Chef – Jimmy Johnson. Seating is limited! Reserve your table by calling or emailing 443-931-4387 or hpennington@caesars.com

Chain Of Flowers (UK) / Big Eater / Dumbcharger / Murderboats
8PM – ?
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Chain Of Flowers (UK)
UK Post-Punk/Shoegaze. Alter Records. https://chainofflowers-alter.bandcamp.com/
Big Eater (NY)https://bigeaterbigeater.bandcamp.com/
Dumbcharger (first show with full band) – https://dumbchargerbaltimore.bandcamp.com/
Murderboats

Sailor’s Mouth / cllctyrslf / Chris Swartz / Samurai Tiger
8PM – 11PM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Big Red Booking is bringing you that emo banger you’ve been waiting for all summer. The oh so lovely cllctyrslf will be joining us, and this local lineup is juicy as hell. Support the touring band and tip your bartenders!
cllctyrslf (Philly) ~ they’ll make you cry, laugh, sing, and dance all at once. Phila’s dankest, MAKE AMERICA EMO AGAIN cllctyrslf.bandcamp.com
Sailor’s Mouth ~ if you’ve never seen them now is the time kids. I know you know em sailorsmouthmd.bandcamp.com
Forges ~ the music that Rocky should’ve been working out to, killer riffs and loud hits forges.bandcamp.com
Chris Swartz ~ more angst than an MCR show in a middle school gym. Local acoustic shredz chrisswartz.bandcamp.com
Samurai Tiger ~ good old Harco indie punk, fresh hot jams here samuraitiger.bandcamp.com

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Rachel Winder and Mike Gary
7:30PM – 8:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Rachel Winder on sax and Mike Garyon electric guitar, with Sean Powell on drums, Alex Founier on bass, and Warren Wolf on vibes. Rachel Winder and Mike Gary play some not-so-standards and original music. Rachel Winder, a native of Baltimore, is an up and coming saxophonist, flautist and vocalist in multiple genres of music. She studied saxophone at the Baltimore School for the Arts and the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. She regularly performs with the New world Outreach Jazz Orchestra as lead alto and is dedicated to the education of young people and musicians. Mike Gary grew up playing guitar in many of Baltimore’s small churches. He studied classical guitar at Baltimore School for the Arts and currently is pursuing his BM in Jazz Guitar Performance at Peabody.

Archie Jamieson’s Night of Standup Comedy
8PM – ?
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
We’re doing it again! Come see 20-25 of the area’s best comics doing five minute sets. 8pm show. No cover.

While You Were Sleeping
11PM – 2AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Newly composed music each month written by Matt Frazão, and performed by some of Baltimore’s best musicians.
Derrick Michaels-saxophone
Jarrett Gilgore-saxophone
Theljon Allen-trumpet
Jon Birkholz-keyboard
Charles Wilson-drums
Matt Frazão-bass & compositions
2nd set opens up for guests to sit in and play selections from the music written for previous months.

Humming House
7PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tickets at www.theottobar.com, Charmington’s Cafe and Ottobar!
HUMMING HOUSE https://www.facebook.com/humminghousemusic/?fref=ts
THE SOLICITORS https://www.facebook.com/thesolicitorsbaltimore
BIG HOAX https://www.facebook.com/Bighoaxband
RED SAMMY https://www.facebook.com/redsammyband/

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Thriller Flash Mob for Halloween
6PM – 7PM
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
847 N Howard St, Baltimore
It’s that time of year again! Time to get your “Thriller” on! For the past seven years, Dance Baltimore has taught the classic Michael Jackson “Thriller” routine to anyne who wanted to learn and then dance it in a flash mob on Halloween night. Dress up in your best zombie attire and channel MJ on the streets of Baltimore. No dance experience necessary. Classes start the week of MJ’s birthday and continue through October. Ages 8 and older welcome. Hope to see you there. Donations accepted. ($5 suggested) A special Flash Mob Team has been created for continuous random dance presentations throughout the year. Interested in joining? Register on the website and attend this session. www.dancebaltimore.org

CankerBlossom/VoiceOfAddiction/BlindingEyeDog/Batty
7PM – 11:30PM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Rad Punk Show on a Tuesday night! No one ever reads this part so I can ramble on about how amazing Pizza is.THE BANDS IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER (because I keep changing my mind on the order)
Voice Of Addiction – Politically-charged & socially-conscious Chicago rock-punkers
https://voiceofaddiction.bandcamp.com/
Canker Blossom – We’re a 3 piece Pop-Punk band from Baltimore. We like to play fast music and drink a lot of caffiene and eat a lot of food and stuff.
https://cankerblossom.bandcamp.com/
Blinding Eye Dog – Baltimore’s Drunkest Superheroes https://blindingeyedog.bandcamp.com/
Batty- punk https://www.facebook.com/battytheband/

Wednesday, August 31

Rye & Roast Benefiting MADE: In America
5:30PM – 8PM
Wit & Wisdom
200 International Drive, Baltimore
Wit & Wisdom is savoring the final days of summer with a traditional outdoor BBQ! Join us at Wit on the Water for an outdoor BBQ with the All American Chefs of MADE: In America. Wit & Wisdom’s Executive Chef Zack Mills, Jerry Pelligrino of Schola, Cyrus Keefer, and Chris Becker of The Bagby Group will be serving homestyle BBQ while lead bartender, Jonathan Levy, welcomes guests with a signature cocktail sponsored by Sagamaore Rye. A portion of all tickets sales will go directly to MADE: In America.
Buy Tickets Here

Chef Egg Live: Hands on Thai
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Blue Moon Too
1024 Light Street, Baltimore
Explore the wide range of Thai flavors, textures and culture with Chef Egg, as he takes you on a culinary journey you will never forget.  You will understand how to pair vibrant flavors and create classic thai dishes for an unforgettable cooking “Eggperience”. The chef will also give you the skills you need to succeed in the kitchen and gain your culinary independence.
Menu:
Thai Ice Tea
Nam Tok – Waterfall Beef Salad
Shrimp and Veggie Summer Rolls w. Peanut Sauce
Chicken Basil Lettuce Wraps
Mango Coconut Sticky Rice
– This class is vegetarian friendly and tofu/veggie options will be availabel upon request.
– This is a hands on cooking class with lots of great food to cook and eat!
– Please wear comfortable cooking attire with close toed shoes.
– All ages are welcome.
– BYOB for 21+
Buy Tickets Here

I ❤ City Life Happy Hour
5PM – 8PM
Brew House No. 16
831 N Calvert St, Baltimore
Celebrate your love of city life with Live Baltimore! Join us in a featured neighborhood hot spot for this special happy hour. Ticket price includes a commemorative pint glass and one free beer. Proceeds benefit our mission to grow Baltimore City’s population! Preregistration is appreciated, but not required.

Raiders! Double Feature at The Senator
7PM – Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made
9PM – Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Rd, Baltimore

The Melvins, Helms Alee
8PM – ?
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
THE MELVINS http://themelvins.net/
with special guests
HELMS ALEE http://helmsalee.net/
Tickets on sale at www.theottobar.com Charmington’s Cafe and at Ottobar!

BalletAfterDark Grand Opening Week! B.A.D. Barre Fundamentals
5:30PM – 6:30PM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Our $5.00 class special is still running until September 3! No dance experience necessary! Sticking with the traditional standards of classical ballet, the B.A.D. Barre Fundamentals class is designed for the inexperienced dancer or athlete. This class slowly introduces ladies to vocabulary and technique used throughout the syllabus while working the bodies! We learn at a fundamental pace so that we progress together! Ladies learn about posture, alignment and balance while twerking out to the latest playlists! You also learn about the history of ballet while getting fit! Class begins with the official B.A.D. Warm Up and ends with the official B.A.D. ‘Reverence’!!! You must RSVP! Email theballetafterdark@gmail.com to have your place reserved. Spaces fill on the order in which you RSVP! We fill up quickly! Wear comfortable, form fitting clothing! No waist trainers!!!! Bring a yoga mat! Waters will be provided! Bring a towel!

Stars and the Sea / North by North (CHI) / Thee Lexington Arrows / The Lushpockets
8PM – 11PM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Stars and the Sea
North By North (Chicago, IL)
Thee Lexington Arrows
The Lushpockets

Taco ̶Wednesdays at Johnny Sanchez
5PM – 8PM
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
We are on a mission to make your weekly taco day a Wednesday priority. Dos De Wednesdays happy hour is your escape from the work week! Join us on August 31st starting at 5PM for $2 Tacos and Bottled Beers all night long!

Free: Peabody Harpist Jasmine Hogan
7PM – 8PM
Mount Vernon Place
699 Washington Pl, Baltimore
Jasmine Hogan is an international prize-winning harpist who has performed worldwide both as a soloist and collaboratively with internationally renowned orchestras, opera companies, and chamber musicians. Join us for a fun evening of at the Mount Vernon Place West Square!

Playworks Happy Hour Fundraiser
5PM – 8PM
Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar
1601 Union Ave, Baltimore
On August 31 from 5-8 pm, join us at Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar for a night of eating, playing, and more eating. Come meet our new cohort of Playworks Coaches for the 2016-2017 school year who will be working with 7,000 children throughout Baltimore City. Blue Pit BBQ & Whiskey Bar in Hampden/Woodberry will be donating 100% of proceeds from specialty cocktails to Playworks Maryland. Funds raised will support our work improving the health and well-being of children by increasing opportunities for physical activity and safe, meaningful play.

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Deaf Scene and Aqueous August Residency with Bond & Bentley
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Deaf Scene – Baltimore’s own Deaf Scene is quickly becoming recognized as a standout band on a regional and national level, bringing a powerful blend of Post-Rock, Grunge, Progressive Metal, and Jazz-Fusion to their songs and live shows.
Aqueous – Tearing out of Buffalo NY, rock/groove powerhouse Aqueous has built a name for themselves nationally, following years of touring and high profile sets at festivals like Summer Camp, Peach Festival, Moe.Down, Catskill Chill, The Frendly Gathering, and countless others. Aqueous has built a reputation for bringing high energy and tireless effort to their craft, and fans rave about the uniqueness and power behind every performance.
Bond & Bentley – Bond & Bentley began in 2006 in Baltimore, MD. This quartet has the ability to dabble in many genres as they spin the listener through different ebbs and flows of soul, funk, and blues. The band’s more recent efforts have taken them into more of a jam-band direction. The four members create a stirring soul funk that implores the listener to dance the funk out.
Buy Tickets Here

Name That Beer
5PM – 7PM
Gordon Biersch Baltimore
1000 Lancaster St, Baltimore
Put your senses to the test with our taster challenge! Smell, taste, scrutinize away! Guess correctly and win!

Book Launch Party
4:30PM – 7:30PM
B&O American Brasserie
2 N Charles St, Baltimore
Celebrate the publication of Maryland’s Chesapeake: How the Bay and its Bounty Shaped a Cuisine with authors Kathy and Neal Patterson on Wednesday, August 31st. Enjoy Happy Hour drink specials and bar snacks. Copies of the book will be available for purchase, and the authors will be on hand to answer questions and sign books.

Express Ya Self With AMYTHSX
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Express Ya Self kick-off residency with DJ AMYTHSX.

Alan Scott live at the Waterfront Hotel
10PM – 1AM
Waterfront Hotel
1710 Thames St, Baltimore
Come see Alan Scott play at the historic Waterfront Hotel.

Bested •• The Grasshopper Lies Heavy •• PowerTakeØff •• Auxiliary Mammals •• Violet Ripken
9PM – 12AM
Asian Taste Restaurant
916 W 36th St, Baltimore
Bested (ex-Roomrunner!) https://soundcloud.com/accidental-guest/bested-brain-again
The Grasshopper Lies Heavy (TX Epic Sludge) http://thegrasshopperliesheavy.bandcamp.com/
PowerTakeØff (NC Noise Rock Exemplars) http://power-take-off.bandcamp.com/
Auxiliary Mammals (Balto Noise Rock)http://auxiliarymammals.bandcamp.com/releases
Violet Ripken (New Bmore Postpunk) http://violetripken.bandcamp.com/album/ep-2

Whiskey Wednesdays: Terremoto Tequlia
5PM – 8PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
We’re mixing it up this week and doing a tequila! Terremoto Tequila are the makers of a delicious 70 proof Churros flavored tequila…. spark your interest? Come out and try some of these premium mexican tequilas! Trivia, hosted by the wonderful Chelsea of Charm City Trivia, begins at 8pm so come early and stay all night! To sweeten the deal, we’ll also have a great deal on bottle pricing to take one home with you!

Open Mic Night w/ Hosts Matt Milner and Jennifer Ann Thompson!
8PM – ?
1919
1919 Fleet St, Baltimore
Every Wednesday night 1919 and Feed The Scene host an open mic night! You hosts are Matt Milner & Jennifer Ann Thompson and Madeleine Arnoult! They will be alternating weeks to keep things fresh 🙂 Don’t feel limited to just music, though. We welcome writers, comedians, spoken word, poets, or anything you can dream up that can come out of a microphone!
HOST THIS WEEK: Matt Milner & Jennifer Ann Thompson
Come out Wednesday, have a few drinks, and make some new friends! We have a house PA system and you can Direct Input your guitar, so no need to bring amps unless you are a full band. If you are a full band, please contact the host so we can make sure to accommodate your gear needs. We try to accommodate all who sign up, so if you show up you will play (within reason). We don’t have a cover or a drink minimum, so if you don’t drink we are still happy to have you. We start with 3 songs/15 mins-ish each, then if we have time left, we start over the list if you want to perform again or everyone jams together. That way we make sure everyone gets a chance. Working on some new songs, test them out here! Perfecting that new joke, we’ll give you a listen! Want to jam out with new friends, come on by!

Thursday, September 1

Bikemore Fundraiser at Clavel
5PM – 10PM
Clavel
225 W 23rd St, Baltimore
A bicycling city is a healthier city! Bikemore works to increase and improve bicycle infrastructure, policies, and awareness to create a safer, healthier, and more livable bicycling city. Riding a bike connects you more to the city where you live. As a community we need to be doing all that we can to deepen our connection to the city that we love and the people who live in it. On Thursday September 1st Clavel will be hosting a fundraiser to benefit Bikemore. Clavel will donate 50% from sales of draught beer, Bikemore cocktails, non-alcoholic spritzers, and glasses of wine. The event begins at 5pm and continues until 10pm! Ride over and help raise awareness for a beautiful pro-active organization!

Honeytomb / Alright Junior / Mantis Toboggan
8PM – 1AM
Reverb
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
8:30p-9:10p – Mantis Toboggan
9:30p-10:10p – Alright Junior (EP Release Tour)
10:30p-11:10p – HONEYTOMB

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First Thursdays feat. Augustines, OJR, and The Slanted Sound
6:30PM – 9:30PM
Canton Waterfront Park
3001 Boston St, Baltimore
Join us in Canton Waterfront Park on Thursday, September 1st for WTMD’s First Thursday Concert! Presented by Ron Howard and Associates of RE/Max Preferred. Featuring Augustines, OJR (Oliver John-Rodgers), and The Slanted Sound. It’s Free Music on the Waterfront.

Mondo Baltimore – “The Peanut Butter Solution” & Pizza Party Printing Benefit
7PM – 11PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
This special Mondo Baltimore will be a benefit for Pizza Party Printing – who was hit hard last month by the flooding at Meadow Mill. It will be FREE as usual, but with a suggested donation to help out our favorite tee shirt designers! As usual, karaoke will follow the flicks.
7PM – THE MORE YOU KNOW -A clip show of 80s PSAs, and more!
8PM – THE PEANUT BUTTER SOLUTION – A staple of mandatory 80s elementary school viewing – Peanut butter is the secret ingredient for magic potions made by two friendly ghosts. Eleven-year-old Michael loses all of his hair when he gets a fright and uses the potion to get his hair back, but too much peanut butter causes things to get a bit hairy.

Belphegor -Origin and Abigail Williams
6PM – 11:30PM
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
BELPHEGOR returns to blaspheme Balitmore and bringing with them the masters of technical death metal ORIGIN . Abigail Williams return after playing a sold out show at metro gallery earlier this year !!!
BELPHEGOR, ORIGIN, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS, Silent on fifth street, March To Victory, and Delenda
Buy Tickets Here

Apple-Picking + Jazz at the Farmers Market!
3PM – 7PM
Pigtown Community Farmer’s Market
1798 Washington Blvd, Baltimore
Join us on Thursday September 1st from 3 pm – 7 pm for Apple-Picking in the Park! This event is FREE and open to the public. The Baltimore Orchard Project will teach people (of all ages) how to harvest apples from Carroll Park Orchard. People can take home their apples – for FREE! Enjoy free samples of apple cider and other apple foods, and learn how to cook your apples. Stay after you apple-pick for the Pigtown Community Farmers Market and a concert by jazz musician Todd Marcus! Shop from our wide range of vendors, including those who sell fruits, vegetables, lemonade, barbecue, hot dogs, egg rolls, sweet treats, hot sauce, hair care supplies and bath and body products

901 Arts 10th Anniversary Fish Fry & Fundraiser!
5:30PM – 7:30PM
901 Arts
901 Montpelier St, Baltimore
Bring the whole family and help 901 Arts celebrate its 10 year anniversary! Enjoy delicious fresh fried fish* and sides. Participate in our silent auction and raffle.
Adult Dinner $10 and Child Dinner $5 (12 & under)
*Dinner Menu: Fried Fish, Mac n’ Cheese String Beans, and Corn Bread
*vegan option available

Squaring The Circle First Thursday After Party at Corner
9PM – 12AM
Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar
850 W 36th St, Baltimore
It’s that time of the month again! This time it’s on the FIRST DAY of the month. Don’t let it sneak up on ya. This time, there’s no need for a flyer to get the Beer & Shot special. Just ask the bartender for it! Then enjoy some free jams from one of Baltimore’s tightest four piece groups! We’ll be doing a pairing of these tasty jams for your tasty meals! Food, booze, music, friends, and of course, the lovely Tina Duran will be behind the bar – what more do you need?!?

Gentle Yoga & Acupuncture Workshop w/ live music
7PM – 9PM
Baltimore Yoga Village (Hampden)
3000 Chestnut Ave, Baltimore
Please join Martha Rogers, founder of Full Moon Acupuncture, for a beautiful, communal practice of Gentle Yoga followed by a deeply restorative acupuncture treatment with live kora, an African string instrument. Give yourself the gift of renewal in a safe and sacred space. $20 to $30 sliding scale for workshop, capped at 20 participants. Signing up for yourself and a friend? Let us help! Email byvworkstudy@gmail.com.
Buy Tickets Here

Tumbleweed Highway Live at the 1919
7PM – 11PM
1919
1919 Fleet Street, Baltimore, MD
Tumbleweed Highway is an original Americana Southern Rock Band that plays tunes about the road, bars, good (and bad) relationships, fun times, good weather, great times…. You get the idea. No auto tune, no over processing, just real music. They’ve shared the stage with Blackberry Smoke, Dickie Betts (Allman Brothers), The Outlaws, Marshall Tucker, Molly Hatchet, Commander Cody, Donna the Buffalo, and many others. They also shared the main stage at Taste of Country with many top 40 country bands. They’re the real deal…. Come see them for yourself!

The Art Rising Open Mic Month 3
8PM – 11PM
Impact Hub Baltimore
10 E North Ave, Baltimore
featuring cultural wears, art vendors, great food and great art bringing art leaders, art curators and the community together for a great night of art. Brought to you And Hosted by Chin-yer the founder/director of The Baltimore Scene Art Movement and Kenneth Something, The Founder of art activism organization Dewmore Baltimore.
$5 before 8:30 $10 after
DJ Smallwood on the 1s and 2s
Special thank you to Mcmillan Consulting or McMillan Companies for sponsoring us.

BWC Presents: Gin and Jokes VIII
8:30PM – 11PM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
September is upon us! Heat relief + comic relief = Gin and Jokes part VIII! The Best Comedy Night in Baltimore is back for the first day of September and we’re bringing the heat while the seasons relieve you from it. Join The Baltimore Whiskey Company in the Joe Squared basement for more gin, more juice, more jokes, and one more Thursday to remember. Doors at 830, show at 9! $5 and we always sell out, so get a ticket early!
This month we got:Rob Maher, Chris Milner (Specific Ignorance), Olga (Jen Diamond & Pamela Hugi), Violet Gray, and Alex Gettlin
Buy Tickets Here

End of Summer Shorts presented by The Collective
7:30PM – 9PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
The Collective, Baltimore’s hub for movers and shakers, presents (end of) Summer SHORTS as a collection of short dances with a range of themes/ approaches/movements. Choreographers have three rules to follow: the work must be under five minutes long, be created in five rehearsals or less, and if applicable, stick to the prompt/idea given to them by one of the local commissioners. Similar to a short film or the increasingly popular digital shorts, SHORTS creates a concert of dance “hors d’oeuvres” that are eclectic, entertaining, and sometimes experimental in nature accompanied by a variety of musical sources. Buy Tickets Here

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Opening Reception for Thalia Scagliola’s 3:33:33
7PM – 11PM
The Alchemy of Art
1637 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Please help welcome Thalia Scagliola and her series 3:33:33. Her work is centered on examining obsessive tendencies. She makes performance videos depicting herself in a broad range of conditions. The inherent need to record and observe takes precedence over the content. To relate the estrangement she experiences to the viewer, the footage is broken into hundreds of clips, reordered, and then layered. The 33 layers of footage emphasize these obsessive examinations. The footage is paused at 3 minutes, 33 seconds, and 33 frames, providing the viewer with a moment of pause. The number 3 as well as its multiples, references the infancy of these tendencies, which is rooted in her childhood. Driven by her habitual nature, physical processes such as screen-printing are introduced, providing further departure through increased objectivity. The original imagery is broken down through successive layers. Every layer is different from another and never repeated. Use of color reflects the departure occurring from the original footage. Influenced by cybernetic art, performance art, chance operations, and systems art, Thalia’s work focuses on obsessive tendencies, and the altered perceptions developed through compulsion.

An evening of acoustic music with the Kelley Locklear Jacobs Band
8:30PM – ?
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Rock and roll! This event will be the bands first ever entirely acoustic/unplugged concert. Rick Urbani will kick off the show with an acoustic music performance as well. Admission: $10.00 Thanks everybody for the support!

Friday, September 2

Emo Night Bawltimore
9PM – 2AM
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Is this thing on? Get ready for Baltimore Maryland’s own Emo Night Presented by the one and only Emo Night LA. It’s time to lace up your converse, take your spotify off private mode, and sing it back to all your favorite emo and pop punk songs. Let’s scream infidelities at the top of the world till the bartenders make us say So Long and Good Night. We may just have some special guest DJ drop-ins. We’ll also be celebrating the birth of Mr. Andrew Johnson from Have Mercy. So if you’re on fire and you think you’re ready to bust a move. Come down to Ottobar for Emo Nite Bawltimore.
Tickets on sale now!

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Back to School Alloverstreet Happy Hour
5PM – 8PM
Station North Tool Library
417 E Oliver St, Baltimore
SAVED BY THE BELL EDITION! Join us for our First Friday Happy Hour – a monthly fundraiser to kick off the Alloverstreet Art Walk here in Station North! This month, let your inner 90s teen heart throb be seen and don your neon and crop tops because its Back to School time with our Saved By The Bell – themed Happy Hour!….and WIN PRIZES!!!!
BEST Mr. Belding Impersonation = 2 free raffle tix + 1 beer
BEST Zac Morris Hair = 2 free raffle tix + 1 beer
BEST Saved by the bell Female Impersonation = 2 free raffle tix + 1 beer
BEST Saved by the bell Male Impersonation = 2 free raffle tix + 1 beer
. …RAFFLE ITEMS!!!
Tix are $5 each – must be present to win – 8PM
ONE Surface Project Tray/Wall Hanging
TWO Handmade Chef Knives
THREE Free Class Giveaways!
FOUR T shirts or Tote Bags – Winner’s Choice!
FIVE 1lb bags of our very own 60 GRIT COFFEE blend by Thread Coffee!
Also featuring the Baltimore Waldorf School, Code in the Schools, and the Open Works Mobile Maker Unit!! Special thanks to our sponsors UNION Craft Brewing!

Feed the Animals
7PM – 10PM
La Bodega Gallery
1501 Guilford Ave A100, Baltimore
Kevin Stewart (or Kev Kannon) is a self taught abstract expressionist and recording artist from Brooklyn, New York who moved to Midtown Baltimore City at the age of 17. His paintings and music reflect both inner city’s struggles, design, and feel. His mission is to advance the community through the arts, with love and motivation. Kev has been showing his paintings in local cafes and performing music in local venues of his choice from 2011 to 2016. Feed the Animals is about sharing the opportunity and resources with the less fortunate and paying attention to how we as human beings interact and affect nature. La Bodega is excited to debut a wide range of Kev’s work in this multi media event. This event is in conjunction with Allover St. So come out and gallery hop with us!

Mother’s Presents – Bmore Giving: A Benefit Concert for Ellicott City
8PM – ?
Mothers Grille
1113 S Charles St, Baltimore
Ellicott City recently suffered unimaginable loss– from buildings to businesses, lives to livelihoods, irreplaceable memories to beloved mainstays. While we can’t change that, we can help keep hope alive and stay #ECStrong… Baltimore STANDS with Ellicott City. So, we’d like to dedicate an evening of music, friendship, and a sense of community solidarity in support of our Ellicott City friends and neighbors. Please join us along with Cris Jacobs and GypsySoulRevival for an intimate night of live music filled with heart and a whole lotta soul. Ellicott City’s own DJ Kopec will be spinning everyone’s favorite tunes between sets and through out the night to keep the spirit of giving alive!
Show your support! Come to Mother’s Federal Hill Grille, “A place you can feel at home”, on Friday, September 2 at 8pm and spend the evening singing, dancing, and browsing the Silent Auction ALL to benefit Ellicott City Partnership (ticket sales and silent auction proceeds). Donation Ticket Price: $30 MissionTix has been gracious enough to donate their service fee in an effort to ensure that Ellicott City Partnership receives every dollar we raise— we are truly grateful for their support.
Buy Tickets Here

Baltimore Comicon Karaoke!
9PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
After the Con, head over a few block to Sidebar for karaoke, featuring TMBG, Jonathan Coulton, Anime themes, Weird Al, Flight of the Conchords, and plenty more deep cuts, plus all of your favorite standards!

The Elephant Man
8PM September 2 – 16
Fells Point Corner Theatre
251 S Ann St, Baltimore
From the production team that brought you last season’s smash hit The 39 Steps, comes the story of a kind soul in a grotesque body who is befriended by a free-thinking surgeon in 19th century London. Brimming with wit and humanity, the events follow John Merrick’s ascension from “circus freak” to Victorian Society elites by way of his own intelligence and charm, and the courage of those who saw something within the “Elephant Man.” 1979 Tony Award Winner for Best Play. Buy Tickets Here

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Graceland – A Tribute to Paul Simon
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
featuring: Jon Wood, Jordan August, Patrick Rainey, Ed Hough, Jon Brady, Alex Lang, Mario D’Ambrosio, Daniel Davis, Jax Morgia, and Charlie Doherty
Buy Tickets Here

Ballroom Turns One: Anniversary Show!
7PM – 10PM
Ballroom Gallery
1511 Guilford Ave B202, Baltimore
Ballroom Gallery is excited to present the work of artists Stephanie Wallace, Tanya Garcia, and Madiha Sebbani as part of Ballroom’s one year anniversary celebration.
Stephanie Alexandra Wallace is a Baltimore-based interdisciplinary artist focused in video, performance, and painting. She studied General Fine Art at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Stephanie is a member of BALTI-GURLS, Swine Squad, and co-founder of S’SAM Productions. http://cargocollective.com/stephalexwallace/About
Madiha Sebbani is a Morroccan based artist who experiments across mediums with a focus in performace. After leaving the Institut Supérieur d’Art Dramatique et d’Animation Culturelle in RABAT, Sebbani continued her studies at Institut National des Beaux-Arts in Tétouan where she graduated in 2015. http://www.sebbanimadiha.tk/
Tanya Garcia is a Puerto Rican community artist, organizer, and storyteller. Her approach to storytelling is multifaceted and includes oral histories, photography, video, and installation. Garcia works artistically with communities to create spaces for dialogue around identity and social difference. http://www.tanyadenisegarcia.com/

L3 Presents: Gallery Event for Bryan Costello!
6PM – 9PM
Layer 3 Collective
1724 Aliceanna St, Historical Fells Point., Baltimore
As August comes to a close it is about that time to celebrate our Artist of the Month, Bryan Costello!  This event is open to anyone that would like to come so invite as many people as you would like! All artwork will be for sale during this event, so now is your chance to snag the piece you have had your eye on! We will also be holding a 50/50 Raffle, so do not forget your cash!
1st Place: Half of the accumulated money from Raffle!
2nd Place: Any shirt of your choice in the store, a koozie, and a sunglass croakie.
3rd Place: A Layer 3 Collective t-shirt!
Everyone who attends this event, is following us on BOTH Facebook and Instagram and checks into our location will recieve 25% OFF any apparel purchase!

Karaoke Forever – First Friday Edition
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Come sing yer lil’ heart out at The Crown. No Cover all night and tons of songs to choose from. The Crown : Red Room

Prim and Proper – A Ladies Standup Showcase
8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Sarah Ahmed, Jess Feeney, Samantha Kelly, Natalie McGill, Eryca Nolan, Valerie Paschall, Kandace Saunders, Bunny Themelis, Stephanie Joyal
Host: Stephanie Joyal
Bring your white gloves and veiled fascinators…we’ve got a very prim and proper evening planned for you tonight! It’s an all-girl showcase with some of the most well-bred women we know! We’ll start off with standup from host Stephanie Joyal, then take a lazy stroll down the lane with the rest of the ladies! Tickets: $5 cash at the door, or buy them online up until 7:30 PM the day of the show. Buy Tickets Here

September First Friday Cooler Coup with Southern Tier Brewing
7PM – 9PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
We’ll be featuring a number of Southern Tier Brewing beers on Happy Hour Special all night. EIGHTBAR HAS EXTENEDED HOURS FOR THIS FIRST FRIDAY (open til 11PM). We’ll also have some free Southern Tier giveaways like pint glasses and more – starting at 7pm! 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?

Ellicott City Fundraiser Closing Reception!
7PM – 10PM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Escape Artists gallery invites you the closing reception of our Ellicott City fundraiser art show show featuring work by local artists in an effort to raise money to hlelp the residents and buisness owners of Ellicott City rebuild their homes and buisnesses. We sold a lot of art at the reception and during this week, but need you to help with the rest. We don’t want our efforts and the efforts of so many amazing selfless artists go to waste and we wan to raise more money for Elocott City, it’s artists, business owners and residents.
50% of all proceeds from art sales will be split between Ellicott City Partnership and Re-Create Fund which was created to benefit artists and non-profit galleries that were directly affected by the flood. Many artists will be donating 100% of their sales to the cause.
Artwork will be hung at our gallery located at 827 N. Charles St. And at the Mount Vernon Stable Saloon. We will also have a raffle with more items up for grabs! All proceeds from the raffle will be donated to the fund. Come and buy some art to support those in need.

Charles Covington Trio
8PM – 10:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Charles Covington Trio 2Sets @ 8:00PM and 9:30PM
Charles Covington, piano
Nassar Abadey, drums
James King, bass
Tickets: $17 in advance/$20 at door/$10 full-time students with ID
Charles Covington, Jr. is recognized as a virtuoso jazz pianist and jazz organist. A specialist in the styles of early piano greats James “Eubie” Blake, Art Tatum, and Errol Garner, Mr. Covington enjoys a high reputation among performers.

Saturday, September 3

9th Annual DIY Fest!
12PM – 6PM
2640 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Support DIY! Here is a list of the vendors and the workshops we have so far. Full workshop descriptions are available on our website. Here’s a list of some of the tablers: The Salvaged Soiree, Pioneers of Ourselves, Tornmoon Studios Moongirl Paper Works, Wax & Wane Fiber, The Real Ramona, Offal Teeth,Willowbee Studio, Lady Gardens, Skelly Scribbles, Elliott Junkyard, Gerilyn Lackey, La Liga Zine, Sula Collective, TTRX Crew, Lydia Fu, Sybil Press, Jessica’s Jewelry Table, Dress Code Cracker, Amy Garas, Soul Shot Photography, Amy Cortright Photography, Jil Brisco, A. Jarrell Hayes,Fake Crab Records, Snack King Comics, Red Tent…This event is free!

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THINK AGAIN Baltimore, MD
8:30PM – 10PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
After the success of his SOLD OUT national tour with the critically acclaimed show, THINK, Max Major comes to The Baltimore Theatre Project with an all NEW mind reading and magic experience, THINK AGAIN! Sold out for five straight performances during its world premiere at the Adirondack Theatre Festival in New York, and twice at Howard Theatre so far this year. Now is your chance to see the show Broadway World called “A Magical Tour de Force!”
Buy Tickets Here

Saturday Anightilation
8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Championship Arm Wrestling, Waiting For Steinberg, Tad Talks, Mike Moran, Jordan Levine Host: Jordan Levine
We’ll open the show with some thundering standup from host Jordan Levine and Bmore favorite Mike Moran, then we’re rocking it out with short form improv from house troupe Waiting for Steinberg. After the break, we’ll launch into our unique Powerpoint karaoke show, Tad Talks. Then improv/sketch hybrid Championship Arm Wrestling takes the stage. Get your ticket to access the complex world of Baltimore’s only arm wrestling league! Tickets: $5 cash only at the door, or purchase tickets online up until 7:30 PM the night of the show.
Buy Tickets Here

Rachel Ann Morgan Band with Slow Lights and Soul XChange
8PM – ?
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Slow Lights is a blend of indie, rock and soul influences. Their unique sound contains a mixture of electronic pop, acoustic jams, and funky rhythms. SoulXchange is comprised of four musicians with an extensive background in multiple genres of music. All with an intense passion for spreading positivity through music.

Baltimore Graffiti Release Party with Michael Sachse
7PM – 9PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
To celebrate the release of Baltimore Graffiti (Schiffer) by Michael Sachse, the author will be giving a lecture and slideshow on Baltimore’s graffiti scene. This photo-documentary of Baltimore graffiti writers’ tags, or specially styled signatures, features the widest range of such artwork ever compiled. In one of the most staggering local graffiti compendiums available, photos taken between 2011 and 2014 highlight the myriad variations of tags and throw-ups the most active Baltimore graffiti artists have produced.

June Star Simple Truths Re-Release! w/ Herd of Main Street, Chris Rattie and the Brush Valley Rumblers, and the Mark McKay Band
8PM – 12AM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
June Star – Somewhere around September 2014 June Star released an acoustic based record, Simple Truths… it went mostly unnoticed… however, June Star drummer, Kurt Celtnieks noticed that there weren’t any drums or bass on the record… fast forward to 2016… Kurt was talking smack… Grimm challenged him to put his drums where is mouth is… and he did… the result was a fresh new record… mixed by J Robbins at Magpie Cage
Herd of Main Street – Ragged, true songs coming from a life time of listening to records and staying up late playing guitars… and harmonica! Lots of harmonica… like smart harmonica… not John Popper harmonica… harmonica you can deal with. Harmonica.
Mark McKay Band (featuring Eric “Roscoe” Ambel) –  McKay has been rolling between Frederick MD and NYC for about a decade now… delivering his own brand of “Americana with a surreal twist.” Joining him on guitar this night is the well revered guitarist and producer Eric “Roscoe” Ambel.
Chris Rattie and The Brush Valley Rumblers – All the way from State College, PA! Rusted songs sung from the corner of depth and truth… Chris is a top notch songwriter who understands where he has been and why he won’t go there again… Americana at its finest.

Love in the Pocket: A Labor Day Weekend Affair
8:30PM – 1AM
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
FrimFram Productions is proud to present LOVE IN THE POCKET: A Labor Day Weekend Affair. Featuring: J Pope and Funk Friday, Greenspan with Hippie Control, and good friends from Philly JOHNNY POPCORN ft. Hezekiah

Elektroschock
9PM – 2AM
Grand Central Nightclub
1001 N Charles St, Baltimore
ELEKTROSCHOCK in September brings another great night of dancing and fun! DJs Dark Angel, Nicholai and Cerberus team up this month to keep your body moving all night, and our fantastic bartenders are ready to ply you with refreshments. Come on out and join the party!

Jazz Series @ The Avenue
4PM – 8PM
The Avenue Bakery
2229 Pennsylvania Ave, Baltimore
The Courtyard Music Series, a fundraising campaign to Rebuild “The Royal”. Featuring Aaron Rhines. 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. Seats are limited, bring a chair.

Rat City Booking Presents The Bo Deadlys,SPOT And 12 Gauge Sunrise
9PM – 1AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
5 dollars gets you 3 rockin bands all night long
Bo Deadlys,,https://www.facebook.com/BoDeadlys/?fref=ts
Spot..https://www.facebook.com/spotagain/?fref=ts
12 Gauge Sunrise..https://www.facebook.com/12GaugeSunrise/?fref=ts

Canning Demystified: An Introduction to Water Bath & Steam Pressure Canning
1PM – 6PM
Sweet Reasons Farm
Cockeysville, MD 21030
Been intimidated by home canning? Canning is a fun, creative, and delicious way to “put up” the harvest and preserve the flavors of every season. And with some basic understandings, canning is both safe and reliable. Topics covered will include “what to can and what not to can,” “what is botulism?”, “what the heck is head space?”, and “will I die in a kitchen explosion?”, as well as how to make homemade relishes, jams, soups, beans, stock and bone broth, delicious sauces and more to can in your own home. Come with all your questions and ideas and leave ready to stock your pantry with local, BPA free food and sauces. This class includes all supplies and produce, and sandwiches and refreshments to snack on. You’ll go home with a pint of whole canned tomatoes, and a pint of bbq sauce.
Buy Tickets Here

Sunday, September 4

Comedy Night is back! with host Ivan Martin & Crew
8PM – 11PM
Mount Vernon Marketplace
520 Park Ave, Baltimore

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Tom Carter & Susan Alcorn/ 75 Dollar Bill/ Ian Nagoski/ Rosemary Krust
9PM – 1AM
Reverb
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
$10/door open 9pm. first act 9:30pm.

Semi Annual Pajama Brunch on Labor Day Weekend
9AM – 2PM
Mothers Grille
1113 S Charles St, Baltimore
Join us for our semi annual Pajama Brunch over Labor Day weekend. 1/2 off your ENTIRE check including adult beverages if you wear your pajamas. No sweats, no scrubs, no athletic wear.

Collective Minds Festival
12PM – 7PM
Polytechnic Institute
1400 W Coldspring, Baltimore
Collective Minds Festival !!!!!!!!! +HOUSE MUSIC LIVES+
Dj Kasper Burnstein (Xtreme House Nation), DJ Cel (Sound Vision), Neal Conway (Urban Retro Music), DJ Biskit (Pulse, 95.9FM), The Legendary Thommy Davis (Quantize, Collective Minds ), Ultra Nate (Deep Sugar) DJ Set
Hosted by DJ Oji
Free parking, NO GRILLING, Food, ice cream, and vendors. Children and Families Welcome

Anthony Green w/ Secret Space & Heat Thunder
7:30PM – 11PM
Ottobar
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Anthony Green (from Circa Survive, Saosin, The Sound of Animals Fighting, & more!) returns to Ottobar! Don’t sleep on getting tickets in advance!
Anthony Green
Secret Space
Heat Thunder
Buy Tickets Here

Mama’s Black Sheep at Nick’s Fish House!
3PM – 7PM
Nick’s Fish House
2600 Insulator Dr, Baltimore
Hey Baltimore! Join us for our last Sunday Funday of the season at Nick’s!!! Nick’s is a great restaurant which boasts Baltimore’s only sail-up dock bar! They have an amazing selection of fresh caught seafood, including crabs. Not a seafood lover? No Problem! They have an excellent menu with lots of options. Family friendly so bring the kids too! Join us for food, friends, and fun out on the deck. Music is from 3-7pm…we hope to see you there!!

Cosmos in the Park!
8:30PM – 10:30PM
Roosevelt Park Hampden
Baltimore
Come out to Roosevelt Park in Hampden to watch episodes of the original Cosmos: A Personal Voyage series! What better way to wrap up a relaxing summer weekend than appeasing your inner (or outer) nerd and desire to be outdoors with a program that takes you on a journey of scientific discovery. Please bring your own blanket or chairs.

Cacti Building Workshop
3PM – 4:30PM
Artifact Coffee
1500 Union Ave, Baltimore
Join us at Artifact Coffee for a late afternoon of cacti building! Choose your own repurposed container, and learn everything needed to grow healthy, happy cacti. $45 tickets include all supplies and take home care information.
Buy Tickets Here

Drag-A-Mania : Ariana Grande
8PM – 12AM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
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 …. the young, stunning and note hitting Ariana Grande! 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 12 then 6 then 3 and then 1! The best part?! It’s all up to the audience to pick the winner!! This month our special guests performers are Iyana Deschanel, Kar Kar O’Daniels and Miss All American Goddess @ Large Kristina Kelly!

Enjoy!

– Lindsey

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