Things to do in Baltimore this week 10/17

I learned a lesson about making reservations before sharing events here on the blog.  I hope you all enjoy the Special Opera Night at Sotto Sopra tonight.  Anyways, there are lots of fun events going on this week.  The weather is pretty much perfect for indoor or outdoor fun.  Make a craft, drink some booze, see a band, get ready for Halloween… Baltimore has a little bit of everything this week!

Monday, October 17

Cutting Board Workshop
10/17: 6pm-8pm and 10/19: 6pm-8pm
The Foundery
101 West Dickman Street
Have you ever wanted to make your own cutting board? This is the perfect workshop for you! We will provide maple and walnut as well as expert instruction to lead you through handcrafting your own cutting board. In these two, two-hour sessions you will learn how to make your own cutting board! You will rip, cut, plane, and glue your pieces. Then, you will sand, finish, and seal the piece. By the end of the two sessions you will have a fully completed 12″ x 15″ cutting board. To take this class you must have taken the Cutting and Surfacing Class.
Price: $125 – please RSVP with the link on this page to ensure your seat!

Family Style Middle Eastern Dinner
7PM – 10PM
Great Sage
5809 Clarksville Square Dr, Clarksville
Vered Mullin is a local Conscious Corner customer from Israel. She will be collaborating with the chefs of Great Sage to create a traditional Middle Eastern 5-course family style meal. She and her husband are importers of Kristal olive oil which will be featured at the dinner. Each participant will receive a bottle at the end of their meal to take home and enjoy. What is Family Style? Family style dining is the traditional way of sharing food & fun with a group to celebrate a special occasion or simply enjoy one another’s company. Each table will receive portions large enough for sharing and passing to each other.
Menu: Turkish Hummus, Tofu ‘Feta’ & Pepperoncini Dip, Whole Fried Cauliflower, Israeli Salad, Moroccan Carrots, Savory Konafi, Forest Mushroom Kebab
Dessert: Kristal Olive Oil Cake and Cashew Baklava Cigars
Price: $55 per person, Reservations Required, 443.535.9400

Student Night
5PM – 9PM
2601 N Howard St, Baltimore
Receive 15% off your entire order when you present your Student ID! Come study, sketch, and socialize- every Monday night!

Grand Opening!
11AM – 2AM
Five and Dime Ale House
901 W 36th St, Baltimore
We’re excited to finally open our doors to all our new friends and neighbors!


Latin Night at Ikaros
8PM – 12:30AM
Ikaros Restaurant
4901 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Every Monday at Ikaros join Sentimento Dance Company and Rueda De Casino Baltimore as they bring you an evening of spectacular dancing and comradery. This week, we’re happy to announce that we’ll have Bmore’s own Kaya Barraza teaching the lesson for the night and Jesus “DJ Zeus” Obregon will be the special guest DJ bringing you that hot salsa and mambo fire that we’ve all known him for! This night is going to be epic! Come early to partake in some of Baltimore’s best Greek cuisine! Kitchen closes at 10pm. Plenty of free street parking and a parking lot just on the side of the restaurant. 18+ to enter so come on out and have a great time!
FREE dance lessons: 8-9pm, Open Dance: 9-1230am

Trio St. Bernard at Peabody
5PM – 6PM
Griswold Hall, Peabody Institute
1 E Mount Vernon Pl, Baltimore
Trio St. Bernard’s first concert at Peabody! Brandon Garbot, violin; Zachary Mowitz, cello; Sahun Sam Hong, piano. We look forward to presenting a program of two great trios by Shostakovich and Schubert, the youthful and angsty Shostakovich trio which was written in his teens, and the monumental Schubert E-flat trio. Hope to see you there!
Shostakovich – Trio No. 1, Op. 8
Schubert – Trio No. 2 in E-flat major, D. 929

Gin & Ink Workshop
6PM – 9PM
The Room – Mt. Vernon
800 Saint Paul St, Baltimore
Bring your poetry, fiction, memoir, experimental-hybrid-genre anything. Bring your conversation about literature in Baltimore and beyond. After a surrealist game, we spend 5-10 minutes talking about each written piece. We read it as a group, then discuss. Consider making at least 5 copies of your writing to receive written feedback. You may post your work in the event if you would like people to have a chance to read before coming, but no one is obligated to do homework. Thank you to The Room – Mt. Vernon for providing the space. Don’t forget to buy delicious food + drink!

DIY Ouija Board Workshop
6PM – 8PM
The Foundery
101 West Dickman Street, Baltimore
Make your own Ouija Board! Learn how the CNC Laser Engraver can engrave and cut out your very own Oujia Board. We will have the majority of the board done for you, but you will be able to add your own custom design or wording on it! Then you can finish the board in a variety of colors and sealants. You will also get a 3D printed planchette to customize and take with you! The Foundery is not responsible for spooky spirits conjured up through use of these boards! Price: $50 – Please RSVP using the link on this page to ensure your seat.

Rockey Patel & Glendalough Tasting
6:30PM – 8PM
The QG
31 S Calvert St, Baltimore
Join us on monday october 17th for a tasting of 3 Glendalough Distillery Spirits & 3 Rockey Patel Premium Cigars. There will be heavy hors’ d’oeuvres from CLOCK Restoration. A percentage of proceeds will go to the “Hibernian Society Scholarship”


7th Annual Scary Stories Night
7PM – 11:30PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
We’re creeping into the Windup Space for the 7th annual Scary Stories Night- an open mic style event where local weirdos are encouraged to tell their own terrifying tales of personal paranormal experiences. The festivities kick off with a mystery horror flick at 7pm. The show comes alive at 9pm. Interested in sharing a sinister story? Message your ghost host- Chris LaMartina.

Still Corners at The Crown
9PM – 1AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
The Crown presents Still Corners (Sub Pop // London, UK)
with: Dougie Poole (BK, NYC)
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Tuesday, October 18

I Want To Buy A Building!
6PM – 8PM
Maryland Art Place
218 W Saratoga St, Baltimore
Ever dreamt of owning a church, warehouse, funeral home, boarded mansion, or corner bodega? Seeking a unique, multi-use property for your creative practice? Baltimore City real estate affords significant opportunities for artists and creative professionals, but the path to owning property is not clear-cut… especially if your income is unpredictable. guerilla / realty will be holding an informational session, I Want to Buy a Building, at Maryland Art Place that will cover property ownership geared towards artists. You probably already have a few spaces on your mind, but so often real estate feels inaccessible. You are entitled to information about this process and we will demystify it for you. Learn what’s really involved when purchasing a building, and you will leave with the information and tools you need to start the process. All four agents will be present to share information and experience – Rachel Rabinowitz, David Tomasko, Tomeka Givens, and Makeda Phillander. Baltimore is not your standard city with a typical real estate scene. The agents at guerilla / realty have experience working for artists and successfully pairing them with distinct homes and buildings in Baltimore City. Whether that means following auctions, searching out bank owned properties, or working with the client to find incentives, loans, and available grants, they can connect the dots and sort through the information. It is possible to take the step from renting to owning. Equal Housing Opportunity.

The Thing – Tuesday Night Movie
8PM – 10PM
De Kleine Duivel
3602 Hickory Ave, Baltimore
John Carpenters frightening remake of the classic 1950s suspense movie The Thing From Another World. Part of October Movie Madness celebrating Halloween all month long.

Pink Is The New Black
6PM – 11PM
The Point in Fells
1738 Thames St., Baltimore
Come out on Tuesday, October 18th and join the Point in Fells as we raise money to support the Red Devils Inc. The night will feature various games, raffles and giveaways in night of fun and excitement including 50/50 raffles, Jameson Bottle Club Raffles and drink specials from Deep Eddy and Pinnacle. PLUS MORE! Breast cancer survivor Beth Silverman will be our keynote speaker, sharing her experiences in her fight against breast cancer. The Red Devils helps local Maryland families fight breast cancer. With your support we can help make a difference right here in Charm City! Pink is the New Black– dress to impress!


Power Tool Pumpkin Carving
6PM – 9PM
The Foundery
101 West Dickman Street, Baltimore
In this three hour session you will get to use our power tools and workspace to carve your Halloween pumpkins! Bring your own pumpkin(s) and see how easy the carving process becomes when you involve power tools! You will use dremels, drills, routers, jigsaws, and other tools in this class. Make our workspace dirty instead of your kitchen! This is a kid-friendly event! Price: $15 – Please RSVP with the link provided on this page to ensure your seat.

Peabody Student Jazz hosted by Rachel Winder and Mike Gary
7:30PM- 8:30PM
An die Musik
409 N Charles St, Baltimore
Saxophonist Rachel Winder and Guitarist Mike Gary are joined by Peabody students and alumni and friends — a different collection of artists with each performance!!
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.
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Baltimore Showcase!
7:30PM – 8:30PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
This showcase is the band rehearsal evening – we’ll be playing new and old material, and we’ll probably play some pretty unusual stuff too – always a lot of fun! We’ll play a mixture of chilled out music and high energy tunes. Bachelor Boys showcases are a relaxed, free and public gig where you can see the band performing live. You can ask any questions, talk to the musicians, and get a good feel for how amazing and different the band is compared to everything else out there. Showcases are an invaluable part of your event planning research and the best way to ensure that you get a great band! Showcases are also a fun evening out – you can talk to the band and see us playing a variety of styles.

IT’S BACK! 3rd Annual Pumpkin Carving at Don’t Know Tavern
7PM – 1AM
Don’t Know Tavern
1455 Light St, Baltimore
Leave the mess at home by carving your pumpkin at Don’t Know Tavern’s 3rd Annual Pumpkin Carving Party!! Design it. Carve it. Display it.
… or take it home with you!
$37 per person includes:
– Pumpkin & carving tools
– ALL YOU CAN DRINK pumpkin & fall beers, rail drinks & hot spiked cider
– Light apps

Space is limited! Sign up at


West Madison Open Mic
7PM – 10PM
West Madison Craft Beer & Wine Bar
311 W Madison St, Baltimore
The West Madison Craft Beer & Wine open mic happens on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays – hosted by rob of ilyAIMY. Signup in person at 5pm, performances kick off at 7pm with ilyAIMY opening the night. Slots are 3 songs / 12 minutes whichever is shortest with a “PG-13” environment – we do NOT allow drum-kits and amplifiers – and the performance space is pretty tight (trios at most). Stunning food, great room. Warm sound and warm people.

Wednesday, October 19

Día de los Muertos Community Altar
Starting 10/19 10AM – 5PM through 10/30
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
The museum’s community ofrenda, or altar, will be on display for the two weeks leading up to our Día de los Muertos Community Celebration. Artist Edgar Reyes ( has created this year’s altar and is inviting all members of the public to bring items to place on the altar in honor of loved ones who have passed*. Or, send us a dedication to your loved one digitally. Instagram us a photo using the hashtag #InHonorOf and tagging us @thewaltersartmuseum. Or email your photos to with “#InHonorOf” in the subject line. The photos will be printed and placed on the altar.

Sound Off Live!
6PM – 10PM
Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore
601 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Sound Off Live!, Baltimore’s “Battle of the Bands” returns to showcase emerging bands from the Delaware, Maryland and Virginia region on Wednesday, October 19 and Thursday, October 20 from 6-10pm at the Hard Rock Café in Baltimore. The winning bands selected from Sound Off Live! will perform at Light City, (March 31-April 8, 2017) Artscape, (July 21-23, 2017) or the Baltimore Book Festival (September 22-24, 2017). Over the two nights, eighteen bands have fifteen minutes to perform three songs in front of an audience and a panel of judges. A part of Free Fall Baltimore, the event is free and open to the public. Sound Off Live! is produced by theBaltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts. The judges for Wednesday night are Mike Evitts, Vice President of Communications of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore; Ellen Cherry, Emmy-nominated singer/songwriter and Marcy Crump, CEO and Editor-in-Chief of The Flywire, a media resource highlighting entertainment, trendsetters & business networking.
6:25 Black Whiskey (Rock)
6:50 Anexo Social (World)
7:15 DJ Sole (DJ-remixer)
7:40 Faame Emanuel (Hip Hop)
8:05 Them Animals (Rock)
8:30 Lenore Lenoire (Pop Rock)
8:55 Kstone (R&B Soul)
9:20 Ama Chandra (Soul)
9:45 Bloomer (Dance Rock)

Glitches & Woes new works by felipe pereira goncalves at Metro Gallery
7PM – 10PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
Glitches & Woes new works by felipe pereira goncalves at Metro Gallery
“we’re not creating, only manipulating, what has always been”

Michale Graves, Sonic Creeps, Dead End Lane and 96 Ghosts
8PM – 1AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Michale Graves will be headed back out on the road this September through November with his band to play an electric set. The set will include his most well known work from his days with the Misfits, Graves, Gotham Road plus his newest songs during his solo career.
⁍ 96 GHOSTS:
$13 advance tickets/$15 at the door
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2 For 1 Wednesdays at Johnny Sánchez
5PM – 8PM
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
1525 Russell St, Baltimore
There’s no better way to get over Hump Day than with Buy One Get One Tacos, Margaritas, Drafts, House Wine & Well Drinks! Join our Johnny Sánchez staff on Wednesday, October 19th and experience the happy hour that everyone is raving about. Don’t let your work week get in the way of tasty cocktails and great eats!

Craft Night
6PM – 9PM
2601 N Howard St, Baltimore
Every Wednesday night bring your projects and supplies to Charmington’s and create with other makers! Enjoy a 15% discount off your entire order after 6pm, too.

Family & Friends Pumpkin Carving Night
4PM – 2AM
Das Bier Haus
1542 Light St, Baltimore
Halloween is just around the corner, and we know that most Witches and Warlocks are pretty busy this time of year! Put aside the worry of grabbing quality pumpkins and supplies for your little gnomes, kick back with a stein of ale, and let the team at Das Bier Haus do the work for you! On Wednesday, October 19th, Das Bier Haus will be hosting its first annual Family & Friends Pumpkin Carving Night! For $15, Kids will receive any meal from our children’s menu, along with a complimentary pumpkin, and first hand lessons from one of our pumpkin carving certified staff members. Kids carving will take place from 4pm – 7pm. All area families are encouraged to join in neighborly fun!
Along with pumpkin carving, Das Bier Haus will feature…
-Bobbing for Apples
-Candy Apple Fondue Bar
-Candy Corn-Hole/Bean Bag Toss
Adult pumpkin carving will begin at 8pm. Feel free to join us at any time throughout the night to get started on your pumpkin! There will be prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place pumpkins at the end of the night! You will have the option of taking your pumpkin home or having it put on display at the restaurant for the remainder of the holiday! For $30 adults will be supplied with a pumpkin, and have a meal/drink option which includes…
-Your choice of Entree/Sandwich
-Bottomless Hot Toddy’s and Spiked Cider
-Booze Bobbing for Apples
-Drink Specials
Please RSVP so we have an idea of how many pumpkins we will need! Thank You and Happy Oktoberfest from Das Bier Haus!!

LITZ Residency Week 3/Luna Light Post Party w/ Manifested + Greener Grounds
8PM – 1:30AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Week 3 of the residnecy doubles as the Luna Light Music and Arts Festivalpost party and features: Manifested from PA and hosts of Luna Light and Greener Grounds from CO.
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Michale Graves at The Sidebar
8PM – 2AM
The Sidebar
218 E Lexington St, Baltimore
Michale Graves will be headed back out on the road this September through November with his band to play an electric set. The set will include his most well known work from his days with the Misfits, Graves, Gotham Road plus his newest songs during his solo career.


Flight Club / Who Is Atlas? / Carry The Banner / Jonah + MORE
7PM – 11PM
TheDepot Baltimore
1728 N Charles St, Baltimore
Richmond boiz Flight Club are stopping by on their Arnold Fallmer Tour, with local support by Who Is Atlas?, Carry The Banner (acoustic), and more TBA! Come hangout , drink some beers in Baltimore, and check out some sweet bands.
Flight Club – RVA easycore (the good kind)
Who Is Atlas? – bringing 2010 pop-punk back again
Carry The Banner – beautiul songs about all of your regrets
The Planetary Nutbums – Indie/emo space punk
Jonah Amster – Acoustic singer/songwriter

Democalypse 2016: Presidential Debate #003
9PM – 11PM
Atomic Books
3620 Falls Rd, Baltimore
We will be hosting a debate watching party in Eightbar. Seating is very limited. So PLEASE, only RSVP if you’re planning on coming. We’re capping this event at 30 people. The debate will be divided into six time segments of approximately 15 minutes each on major topics to be selected by the moderator and announced at least one week before the debate. The moderator will open each segment with a question, after which each candidate will have two minutes to respond. Candidates will then have an opportunity to respond to each other. The moderator will use the balance of the time in the segment for a deeper discussion of the topic.

Wine Wednesdays at Flavor
6PM – 8PM
15 E Centre St, Baltimore
Wednesdays are for wine and happy hour. QueenEarth and her band return for a Fall Happy Hour for you and your friends. 6-8pm Food and drink specials. No cover.

Open Circle Read & Response
7:30PM – 9:30PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Listen to harpist Jasmine Hogan, respond to the poetry of Amanda McCormick & Karen Fish, and the fiction of Sally Shivnan and Betsy Boyd, on stage at The Patterson! Check out more information!

3rd Presidential Debate
8PM – 10:30PM
Zella’s Pizzeria
1145 Hollins St, Baltimore
Come watch the 3rd Presidential Debate

Whiskey Wednesdays Irish Edition: Glendalough Distillery
5PM – 8PM
The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse
3242 Foster Ave, Baltimore
Come and try some complementary bourbon from Glendalough Distilleryand wash it down with some great food specials. Trivia, hosted by the wonderful Chelsea of Charm City Trivia, begins at 8pm so come early and stay all night!
– Single Grain Double Barrel Whiskey
– 7 Year Old Single Malt
– Premium Irish Poitin
To sweeten the deal, we’ll also have a great deal on bottle pricing to take one home with you!

BSA Showcase at Bertha’s
7:30PM – 10PM
Bertha’s Mussels
734 S Broadway, Baltimore
The Baltimore Songwriter’s Association is dedicated to the promotion of the arts and providing opportunities for the region’s brightest and best professional and emerging songwriters. Join us for an evening of music featuring singer/songwriter Richard Walton with spotlight performances by singer/songwriters Amanda Lynne and Tim McFadden. The dynamic Tony Roulhac hosts this evening. We will be registering new members at this event, so come on out and join us for a special rate $15. Members enjoy benefits that include performance opportunities, workshops, promotions and more.


Thursday, October 20

Sound Off Live!
6PM – 10PM
Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore
601 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Sound Off Live!, Baltimore’s “Battle of the Bands” returns to showcase emerging bands from the Delaware, Maryland and Virginia region on Wednesday, October 19 and Thursday, October 20 from 6-10pm at the Hard Rock Café in Baltimore. The winning bands selected from Sound Off Live! will perform at Light City, (March 31-April 8, 2017) Artscape, (July 21-23, 2017) or the Baltimore Book Festival (September 22-24, 2017). Over the two nights, eighteen bands have fifteen minutes to perform three songs in front of an audience and a panel of judges. A part of Free Fall Baltimore, the event is free and open to the public. Sound Off Live! is produced by theBaltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts. On Thursday, the judges are Rob Baier, Owner of Straleigh Entertainment, a talent booking and event company; Charlie Hughes, Sound Engineer at the Metro Gallery and the Ottobar and Tiye Jameson, Founder of the music blog
6:25 The Fruition Experience (Neo Soul Jazz)
6:50 Septimius the Great (Dance/Electronic)
7:40 Last to Fire (Rock)
8:05 Alexis Joyce (R&B Soul Rock)
8:30 Steadfast (Alt Hip Hop)
8:55 Blood Mist (Stoner Metal)
9:20 Ebb & Nova (Acoustic)
9:45 The El Mansouris (Contemporary)

MVBA Trees Fundraiser
6PM – 9PM
The 13th Floor
1 E Chase St, Baltimore
Belvedere Co. & Events is hosting a fundraiser for MVBA Trees at the 13TH Floor.
“MVBA Trees” is the tree planting initiative of the Mount Vernon-Belvedere Association and is one of the most active neighborhood-based tree planting programs in Baltimore. Recognizing that benefits of urban trees range from filtering storm water entering the Harbor, to lowering utility costs by shading buildings, “MVBA Trees” has planted over 500 new street trees throughout Mt. Vernon over the past five years. Enjoy an evening of views, Hors d’oeuvres, and drinks to support this important tree planting effort in our community.
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Make Night: Scents of the Medieval Era
6PM – 9PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
Learn about the sacred, medical, and domestic applications of scent in the medieval era, and blend your own medieval “scentscape” as a perfume or home fragrance. California-based artist Brian Goeltzenleuchter will guide you in a hands-on, nose-on exploration of popular medieval scents as part of his larger project Sillage, which makes its East Coast debut at the Walters on December 4. Make Night is an evening blending good wine and craft beer, great company, and fantastic art-making experiences led by local creative minds. Each workshop begins with a free drink and a visit to the galleries. Advance registration required.
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King Dude, Destroying Angel, Josephine Olivia and Blood And Sun
8PM – 11PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
King DudeDESTROYING ANGELJosephine Olivia, and Blood and Sun
Reverent as it is prophetic and stark, King Dude has previously shared his spiritual visions with releases on Dais, Avant!, Bathetic, Clan Destine, and Ván records. Pulling together the biblical sound and isolation of the bygone days of revelation with an atmosphere filled with hope and salvation, King Dude has woven his own brand of American music. He brandishes many varied influences in his songwriting. Everything from British Folk, Americana, Country and Blues can be heard in his songs. Even the heavier sounds of Heavy Metal tend to sneak and slither it’s way into the King Dude canon. The resulting songs are much more of a modern day hymn then your average pop song. King Dude’s music begs the soul to lift itself up from the darkness of ignorance, towards the ever shining glorious “Light” that exists outside of all of us yet that which we are eternally connected to and at once connects everyone on Earth.
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BSO Pulse: Brett Dennen
5:30PM – ?
Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
1212 Cathedral St, Ste 1, Baltimore
Pre-concert lobby performances by PM Lignum and Ami Dang. Darius Milhaud: La Création du Monde. BSO Pulse brings together the worlds of classical music and indie rock onto one stage. The concert begins with a BSO performance, followed with a set by Brett Dennen, and culminates with both groups performing on stage together. Between sets, BSO Associate Conductor Nicholas Hersh andWTMD morning host Alex Cortright talk about the meaning behind the music, bringing the artists into the conversation to reveal insights and to draw parallels across genres. The night kicks off with a pre-concert party in the lobby of the Meyerhoff featuring live music, happy hour drink specials, and food from our favorite Baltimore restaurants and breweries.
Pre-concert Party starts at 5:30 pm, Concert starts at 8:30 pm
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MICA Haunted House: TIME Stream
Thursday October 20th. 10pm-12:30am
Friday, October 21st. 8:30pm-12am
Saturday, October 22nd. 7pm-9:30pm
MICA Haunted House is a student-run production that runs annually in October, known for it’s horrifying Haunted Houses. Each year features a unique theme that is guaranteed to scare you half to death! This year experience a trip back into history that highlights the horrors of our world’s time stream!!!
BACKGROUND STORY: A piece of impossible technology has fallen into our hands and after a year of refinement, we are finally ready to share it with you! Welcome to “Chronos”, an agency that will put a new spin on your family vacation. We offer several affordable packages; each containing an equally immersive and expansive adventure that will allow you to discover the secrets of the past. Get ready for the journey of lifetime that will make you wonder, “Is time travel really possible?”
WARNING: Our journey to the past could stir up horrors long lost in the depths of time. Be careful touching or interacting with past events. We do not know how our presence in the past could affect the flow of time. Chronos is not responsible for any changes that might be done to your future.
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Peter Frase presents “Four Futures: Life After Capitalism”
7:30PM – 9PM
Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse
30 W North Ave, Baltimore
What happens to capitalism as productivity rises, ecological crises loom, and social movements succeed in (or fail to) change the rules of the game? Jacobin editor Peter Frase maps the space of possibility for our postcapitalist future, tracing the from postscarcity full communism to brutal barbaric extermination.

OKAY Comedy Open Mic !
9PM – 1AM
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
OKAY Recordings Prestents: The OKAY Comedy Open Mic!
Sign up 8:30pm. Hosted by Archie Jamieson

3rd Thurs Bluegrass Primate Fiasco – Fried Pickin – Les Toulouse
7PM – 12AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
The Primate Fiasco – To a deaf person, they look like a New Orleans dixieland street band. To a blind person, they sound like a rave DJ mashing-up house beats with 60′s folk lyrics. To the police, it’s a busy day on the sidewalk. The Primate Fiasco uses instruments that are loud without electricity, giving them the opportunity to attack at any moment, in any location, with or without permission. No one is safe, not even an elevator or city bus. If The Primate Fiasco sees a dull moment somewhere, they will pop out of the nearest sewer drain or trash can to lead an irresistible dance party.
Fried Pickin’ – Fried Pickin’ is an acoustic band that plays a great blend of Roots and Bluegrass.
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Nia Simmons: Third Thursdays with live performances
6PM – 8PM
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Join for the soulful sounds of R&B and jazz songstress Nia Simmons – The Songbird. Ms. Simmons has been touring with R&B / gospel star Regina Belle as a part of the Phaze II Jazz Band. This talented Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award grantee recently released her highly anticipated solo project “A Songbird’s Journey.” The concert is a part of the museum’s Third Thursday series. On the third Thursday of the month, enjoy late night admission to the galleries until 8pm and a live show. Doors at 5pm, show at 6pm. $8 members, $10 non-members. Sponsored by WEAA.

Domino Sugar Sign Show’ Jazz Reception: October 20th
6PM – 8PM
Crystal Moll Gallery
1030 S Charles St, Baltimore
This year marks the 65th Birthday of the Domino Sugars Sign. We are celebrating with a show of paintings by 20 different artists. Join us for a Jazz Reception on Thursday, October 20th 6-8pm… Enjoy the show and Live Jazz by Roland Dorsey and Dave Leoni! Artwork will be on view through October 28th
Artists: Carol Lee Thompson, Jill Basham, Tim Kelly, Janice Kirsh, Lida Stifel, Crystal Moll, Liz Brasser, Larry Witham, John Eichelberger, Ann Crostic, Anna Pasqualucci, David Diaz, Bruno Baran, Lisa Egeli, Stewart White, Rae Hamilton, Ken Karlic, Anisha Dharshi, Barbara Schatz, Eileen Kalinoski & Tommy Roberts

Bring your own vinyl night
6:30PM – 12AM
SoBo Market
13 E Randall St, Baltimore
Bring your own vinyl for happy hour prices all night!


Sullivan’s 20th Celebration Party
6PM – 10PM
Sullivan’s Steakhouse – Baltimore
1 E Pratt St, Baltimore
Celebrate Sullivan’s Steakhouse’s 20th anniversary with drink specials, live music and giveaways!  Break out the bubbly, we’re celebrating two decades of hand-shaken martinis, live music and signature steaks. Join us on Thursday, October 20 from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. for our 20th celebration.
$7 Bar Menu featuring: Cheesesteak Eggrolls ,Ahi Tuna Nachos, Sriracha Glazed Shrimp, Roasted Garlic Meatballs, and more!
$7 Drink Specials featuring: Signature Martinis and Select Wines
RSVP and invite your friends by sharing this event. We’ll see you there!

Fright Night: An an-audience Stoop followed by karaoke.
7:30PM – 10:30PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Stoop Storytelling Series Presents:
Fright Night: Stories about nightmares, phobias, and good ole-fashioned anxiety.
It’s a Stoop open mic night! Put your name in the hat to tell a 3-minute true, personal tale — or just come to listen. During intermission, sign up for karaoke on the big stage. Once the stories stop, the singing begins!
7:30 p.m. Cocktails, 8 p.m. Show, $10 members; $12 general + $3 at the door
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Pompeii Graffiti and Friends at The WIndup Space
8PM – 11:50PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
Join us for an evening of music and comedy: $7 Cover, 18+. Doors 8pm. Music Promptly at 8:30
Pompeii Graffiti –
Stars & The Sea
Armida Lowe (Comedian)
Illiterate Light –
AdjectiveAnimal –

Scotch Tasting at Baltimore Clayworks
6PM – 8PM
Baltimore Clayworks
5707 Smith Ave, Baltimore
This is a unique opportunity to gather, taste and experience the ceramics and scotches in a new way. Guests will have the opportunity to taste a range of scotches provided by Fairgrounds Discount Beverages along with light fare to complement each scotch. (We will also offer wine, beer and non-alcoholic options for the non-scotch drinker.) If you find something you like, you also have the option to purchase – this goes for scotch and ceramics! We will also have a wonderful set of exhibitions on view and will arrange a tour during the event that include our ‘Clay from the Classroom,” which highlights the work coming directly from our classrooms in Mt. Washington, our Community Arts Gallery will also feature the work of teachers in community, our project space will have the exciting Haviland/Colagiovanni, a collaborative artist team whose work takes an act of destruction and reconfigures it into an act of making. They create work from a place of play and experimentation, finding beauty in the broken. Proceeds from this event will directly support Baltimore Clayworks’ mission-driven programs and initiatives.
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Friday, October 21

8th Annual Ecoball – Harvest Gala & Culinary Competition
7PM – 11PM
Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum
1417 Thames St, Baltimore
Join our Master of Ceremonies, WYPR’s Aaron Henkin, for a night of musical entertainment, fabulous food, and great company, when you attend Baltimore Green Works’ 8th annual Ecoball at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum.Before you hit the dance floor, be sure to taste and vote on creative local fare! Local farms have graciously donated portions of their fall harvests to our chefs. This year, we have invited local chefs from the American Culinary Federation to partner with the Stratford University culinary students, this time, to compete in the Ecoball’s Top Chef-style competition. What to wear? Shop your closet, visit local consignment shops or get creative and make your own eco inspired outfit! And don’t forget your dancing shoes…
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Broccoli Samurai w/ Squaring the Circle & Second Self
8PM – 1AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
Broccoli Samurai – Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast markets, winning them a massive and fiercely loyal fanbase. Eager fans pack dance floors and late-night festival sets with smiles across their faces, waiting to get lost in the band’s ambient soundscapes, anticipating every bass drop that will force them to move with reckless abandon. Broccoli Samurai’s line-up includes founding members Ryan “Bruce” Hodson on keys and synth, and Cameron Bickley on drums and percussion. Accomplished bassist Zach Wolfe anchors the rhythm section, while guitarist Michael Vincent weaves in and out, exploring new sonic territory.
Squaring The Circle is a dynamic musical experience we tend to call Prog-Funk! We have roots in jazz, funk, and blues with a taste for the experimental jam.
Founded by seasoned members of the Baltimore music scene, Squaring The Circle’s Prog-Funk sound has set out to breathe new life into classic funk and jazz along with writing original material that pushes the boundaries and brings these genres into a contemporary light.
Second Self is an instrumental power quartet that intricately bridges the chasm between rock and funk. With melodic guitar riffs, elaborate bass lines and feverishly measured drumming, balancing the jam and metal scene never sounded as exquisite and universally appealing. They create and play original music that showcases their ability to transition between tight arrangements and flowing improvisation. Unique, amicable and musically passionate, Jimmy Hunter (guitar), Jeff Hunter (drums), Brett Tozzi (guitar) and Nick Stampone (bass) intertwine to form a single inspiring entity, a second self.
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The QG and Redwing at Union Craft Brewing
5PM – 10PM
UNION Craft Brewing
1700 Union Ave, Ste D, Baltimore
The QG is bringing its supply of Redwing Heritage boots to Union Craft Brewing. There will be boots, beers, food, and music.

DJ Mills presents “Get me Bodied” 2006 dance party
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Put ya freakum dress on and come hit the dance floor to hits from 2006
Beyoncé, Timberlake, Pharrell, Jay Z, Rihanna, Amy Winehouse and more.

U+NFest 5
Friday and Saturday, doors at 6PM, Show at 6:30PM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
For the past few years, Unregistered Nurse has been working tirelessly to bring good old-fashioned ass-kicking punk and garage rock to Baltimore. If it sounds anything like the Ramones, Unregistered Nurse’s Dana Murphy likes it! Dans has been giving peeps in Baltimore & beyond a good education in some great bands that would otherwise have gone under the radar. Not only that, but she does it with a sense of grrrl power, making sure that women aren’t left out of the rock and roll scene.
WEEKEND PASS: $33, DAY 1:: $16, DAY 2 :::$24
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Celebrate Champagne Day with a $10 glass of Delamotte
11AM – 12AM
La Folie Wine Bar & Steak Frites
2903 O’Donnell Street, Baltimore
Come celebrate National Champagne day at La Folie by sipping our favorite bubbly, Delamotte. Maison Delamotte has been a benchmark in Champagne since 1760. The firm’s wine is among those preferred by the Champenois who recognise consistent quality and unflagging respect for the terroir and the Côte des Blancs. To celebrate, we are offering glasses of Delamotte for $10, menu price is $16. And so you have something to nibble on, we’ve paired it with $8 escargot or $8 pate. Of course the full dinner menu is available, and you may purchase a full bottle for $50, menu price is $75.

Urban Choral Arts Society Sings Ella Fitzgerald’s American Songbook
8PM – ?
Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center
847 N Howard St, Baltimore
The professional mentors of the Urban Choral Arts Society will sing from Ella Fitzgerald’s American Songbook as arranged by Duke Ellington and Nelson Riddle (George & Ira Gershwin) on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 8pm. Free admission. Donations will be accepted to benefit the Urban Choral Arts Society Scholarship Fund.

ACID CAT by Justin Wainio
7PM – 11PM
StillPointe Theatre
1825 N Charles St, Baltimore
Join us, Friday October 21st as we unleash Baltimore Based Mixed Media Artist, Justin Wainio ‘s newest exhibition “ACID CAT”. Food, Beverages, Friends, & ART. What a purrrrrrrrfect night out! (get it?)

98 Rock and The Nevermore Haunt Halloween Party
7PM – 11PM
Bad Decisions
701 S Bond St, Baltimore
Join Scott from 98 Rock Baltimore for a Halloween Party and a visit to The Nevermore Haunt, the Baltimore area’s newest and most unique haunted attraction. Make your way through professionally designed, immersive sets and come face to face with a cast of undead freaks and monsters risen from the city’s sordid, macabre past. Historically themed, Baltimore inspired and featuring a convenient shuttle service from Fell’s Point, The Nevermore Haunt is certain to terrify and entertain. The party starts at Bad Decisions in Fell’s Point (at the corner of Bond and Aliceanna) where Scott (of Scott, Justin and Spiegel) and characters from The Nevermore Haunt will be hanging out with guests as they are shuttled to and from the haunt. After hanging out with Scott and surviving the Haunt enjoy food and drink special around Fell’s Point at participating establishments including: Bad Decisions, DogWatch Tavern, The Point in Fells, Kooper’s Tavern, Sláinte Irish Pub and Restaurant, Woody’s Cantina,Alexander’s Tavern and Abbey Burger Fells Point
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2nd annual Macabre Art show reception
7PM – 10PM
The Escape Artists
827 North Charles St., Baltimore
Escape Artists gallery presents their 2nd annual Macabre Art show and costume party. The show will be featuring art inspired by all things gory and spooky. We will selecting best costumes and awarding spookalicious prizes!

The Premium Hour
8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Trampus, Thighmeat, Scrapple, Topiary, Mike Moran
Host: Mike Moran
The wait is over…it’s time for The Premium Hour again! Every third Friday at 8, we’re watching the sun go down over this beauty of a show. This time, we’re warming up with standup comedy from host Mike Moran, then dipping our toes into some improv with Bmore indie troupes Topiary and Scrapple. After the break, we’re diving headfirst into more long form with one of Bmore’s oldest troupes Thighmeat, then basking in the glow of a final set from resident team Trampus!
Tickets: Cash at the door, or online up until 7:30 PM the night of the show.
This show is produced by Charm City Comedy Project upstairs at Zissimos Bar.

Charm City Kitty Club: Jill & Syd’s Excellent Adventure
Friday & Saturday, 8PM – 10PM
Baltimore Theatre Project
45 W Preston St, Baltimore
Baltimore’s premiere queer cabaret, the Charm City Kitty Club, presents Jill & Syd’s Excellent Adventure! Join our heroines as they travel through time on a journey both whacky and serious to learn our queer herstory.
Featuring performances by: Venus Selenite, PrettyBoi Drag, Chastity VonFae, OLGA, Julie Cira, and Wedlocked
Do NOT miss this show!!! It will be awesome!!!
General Admission: $15 Student (ages 18+) Admission: $10
Buy Tickets Here

1st Annual Pirate Party
8PM – 1:30AM
Donna’s Tavern & Restaurant
6607 Pine Ave, Dundalk
Ahoy Me Hearties! Join Donna’s as we host our 1st Annual Pirate Party. Best Dressed Contest and Live Music by No Drama. Raffles …. Shooters …. Drink Specials!

9PM – ?
Joe Squared
33 W North Ave, Baltimore
Otherworld blends jazz, classical, and Middle Eastern styles, played on a variety of instruments, with an emphasis on improvisation.

Zombie Outbreak Hike
5PM – 8PM
Carrie Murray Nature Center
1901 Ridgetop Rd, Gwynn Oak
Do you have the guts to hike with the zombies? If so, we have an evening hike for you! This hike will be led by zombie naturalists…we may even run into more along the way! After the hike, we will build a fire, make s’mores, and, if you like (and are of age!), you can have a few drinks. This is a BYOB event. No pets please! $10/person, but only $5 if you come dressed like a zombie! Please pre-register by visiting or by calling the Center at 410-396-0808.

Saturday, October 22

BARCStoberfest 2016 at Patterson Park
10AM – 2PM
Patterson Park
We have so much in store for this year’s BARCStoberfest – including a BRAND NEW beer garden, our Ready, Set…SNIFF! 5K run and one-mile walk, shopping, a yoga class, a barre class, local food trucks and more!
5K and Walk: Registration at 8 a.m., begins 9:30 a.m.
Ready, Set…SNIFF! 5K run and one-mile walk:
Downward Dog with Your Dog Yoga:
Dog-Friendly Beer Garden:
Barre for BARCS:
Food Truck Listing:


Witches & Wizards Weekend!
Oct 22 & Oct 23, 10AM – 4PM
B&O Railroad Museum
901 W Pratt St, Baltimore
Young “Wizards & Witches” will love to explore the magic of railroading at the B&O! Take a train ride aboard the Wizards Express and get sorting into the B&O Wizarding Academy! Take a stroll through the Pratt Street Pumpkin Patch and grab your favorite pumpkin (pumpkins will run out/first come first serve basis). Learn about the science of wizardry through the creation of edible “potions”, wizard wands, dragon egg hatching and much more!
1. Magical Objects Tour
2. Herbology Class
3. Young Wizards Academy
3. Edible Potions Class
4. Wand Making
5. Dragon Hatching
6. Create your own familiar
7. Wizard Show
8. Medieval Times Knight and Chancellors!
9. Pratt Street Pumpkin Patch

12PM – 4PM
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1876 Mansion House Dr, Baltimore
Dust off your lederhosen! Fall-flavored beer sampling is coming back to the Zoo for the 5th year. Join us for OktoBEARfest 2016 featuring unlimited sampling of 30+ seasonal brews. Plus, enjoy live music, German-inspired food & fare from local vendors and artisans and all day admission to the Zoo. It’s your chance to be part of this wildly popular fall festival! Don’t miss out. Tickets sell quickly and you’ll need to act fast to get the lowest price. Oktobearfest is a fundraiser to support The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, a nonprofit organization. The Zoo relies on your support to help fund Zoo operations, animal care, education programs and wildlife conservation. By attending Oktobearfest you’ll be supporting the Zoo’s mission. We hope to see you and your friends at this wildly popular fall festival.
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Laser Engraved Pumpkins
12PM – 3PM
The Foundery
101 West Dickman Street, Baltimore
Bring your own pumpkins and engrave them! The best pumpkins for engraving have a flat side. We will provide designs for you to laser or you can bring your own. Kid friendly, no experience required! Cost: $15 – Please RSVP with the link on this page to ensure your seat.

Mushroom City Art Festival 2016!
1PM – 9PM
Leakin Park
4900 Windsor Mill Rd, Baltimore
Hosted by Bloom Baltimore with grant funding provided from Free Fall Baltimore – this is a free event! and with thanks to Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks! Mushroom City Art Festival is going into its fourth year! And, this year Mushroom City is collaborating again with Nature Art in the Park to integrate outdoor mushroom art installation into the nature art trails curated by Nature Art in the Park! Held again this year at outdoors at Leakin Park: lectures, workshops, art exhibitions, film screenings, food, music and more all comprise Mushroom City! With both a focus on personal and planetary healing, MCAF is an informative and interactive exploration of mushrooms with foraging, identification, cultivation, and psilocybin research all part of our event. Sculptures and paintings inspired by this mysterious, mycelial life form will be featured alongside hands on workshops and educational discussions revealing the many real world applications for mushroom cultivation in contemporary urban life.
Full Festival Event Schedule!

The Serial Killer’s Ball
9PM – 1AM
2112 N Charles St, Baltimore
There are drag shows and there’s Dionysia..there are Halloween drag shows and there’s….The Serial Killer’s Ball. It’s back and sicker than ever. Join the Haus Ov Deathglam with special guest Heather Marie Tatersalad Thomas, as we give you what will be THE most extreme drag show in Baltimore history. Witness performances inspired by serial killers from both movie and reality.  The Serial Killer’s Ball is set to showcase the most graphic performances by ANY drag queen in the area. This isn’t your normal Halloween drag show. You’ve been warned.
Due to the nature of the performances:
– We ask that no recording devices be used during the performances.
– No one under 21 allowed entry
– Trigger warnings will be given before various performances for those who wish to not be present during certain acts.
And if that isn’t enough..there’s more! Veronica Lush brings back the infamous Baltimore Booger Ball! The same Halloween competition that gave us Sextia N’eight is back. You, the crowd, get to judge as new queens show off their best serial killer inspired outfits and give you their best performances. Who will come out on top? YOU pick the best booger! And be sure to purchase raffle tickets for your chance to win a free drink, two free entries into the next Dionysia, a free drink the night of the next Dionysia, plus an extra special Serial Killer’s prize! Be sure to get your tickets from the Deathglam girls during the show. NO ONE does Halloween like Baltimore’s ONLY performance art punk drag collective The Haus Ov Deathglam..and remember..we can’t spell murder, without U.

Baltimore Craft Beer Festival
12PM – 6PM
Canton Waterfront Park
3001 Boston Street, Baltimore
Held at beautiful Canton Waterfront Park in downtown Baltimore, the festival will feature the widest selection of MD craft breweries in the state and a homebrew competition, sponsored by Nepenthe Hombrew, where attendees have the opportunity to judge their favorites! Boasting all of the best parts of Baltimore, the event includes live Baltimore bands, local food trucks, trivia, corn hole and more!
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2016 Doors Open Baltimore
10AM – 4PM
Baltimore, Maryland
Visit Baltimore’s most interesting spaces and places on a one-day, self-guided adventure! Free admission to over 50 buildings. Rain or shine. The Baltimore Architecture Foundation, in partnership with AIABaltimore, presents the third annual Doors Open Baltimore! Learn about Charm City’s fascinating history through its architecture and the people who design and preserve it. Visit our Info Hub at the Maryland Historical Society the morning of the event to pick up your printed map and brochure to plan your self guided tour!
Special events this year include:
-Opening lecture on October 18th
-Bus tour hosted by Baltimore Heritage
-Bicycle tour led by Bikemore
-Guided neighborhood tours
-Kid-friendly and family activities
-Instagram Photo Contest
-The Bench: Baltimore Urban Design Film Festival
For more information on this year’s event and special events:


Grin Again! at The Creative Alliance of Baltimore
8PM- 11PM
Creative Alliance
3134 Eastern Ave, Baltimore
Grin Again performs the music of Nils Lofgrens legendary early 70’s group Grin. Featuring original members Bob Berberich and Tom Lofgren and Mike Lofgren and Mark Lofgren as well as Ronnie Newmyer, Grin Again will take you back in full rocking glory to perform the entire first album and 14 more Grin classics.
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Clash of the ‘Cue: Banditos vs Wayward
12PM – 5PM
Banditos Bar & Kitchen
1118 S Charles St, Baltimore
Join Banditos & Wayward on October 22nd as they go back to their culinary roots in this friendly BBQ competition. Banditos will be slinging authentic mexican delicacies such as carnitas, masa, and barbacoa. Wayward will have the smoker rolling ALL DAY and will be gracing us with delicious ribs, brisket and small plates.
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Be a Chef For a Day – National Children’s Culinary Arts Festival
10AM – 5PM
B-More Kitchen
5609 Hess Ave, Baltimore
Cooking with real chefs to make a fun and tasty healthy meal.
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Jangling Sparrows At Ryleigh’s Oyster House
9PM – 1AM
Ryleigh’s Oyster Mount Vernon
1225 Cathedral St, Baltimore
Asheville roots rock outfit Jangling Sparrows return to Ryleigh’s. 9pm start in the basement bar. Visit to learn more.

Mosaics Workshop with Rick Shelley
10AM – 4PM
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Hwy, Baltimore
Cost: $100, $75 Members
A One-Day MOSAIC WORKSHOP with Rick Shelley! Come and learn the ancient art of mosaic. You will get a chance to learn about a variety of techniques and walk away with your own finished piece of art. Supplies will be provided, and participants are welcome to bring some of their own (shells, buttons, glass, beads, pebbles, etc. are welcome), but please be sure to PACK A LUNCH.
REGISTRATION: Advance registration & payment is required, please call (410) 244-1900 to register for this workshop. Don’t delay, space is limited!

A Medieval Life Family Festival
11AM – 4PM
The Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St, Baltimore
Go on a multi-sensory journey while celebrating the arts and cultures of medieval Europe. Enjoy activities connected to the special exhibition, A Feast for the Senses: Art and Experience in Medieval Europe, as well as the permanent collection of medieval art. Visitors of all ages will be immersed in the medieval culture through hands-on art-making, cultural performances, storytelling, artist demonstrations, gallery scavenger hunts, and special appearances by our adored mascot, Waltee.

Unleash the BEAST
8:30PM – 2AM
The 8×10
10 E Cross St, Baltimore
In light of the Halloween season The Circle of Light is throwing a Pre-Halloween event for all you incredible, savage beasts headlined by the one and only Mark the Beast! This event is extra special as it will be our first weekend event! In addition to this incredible, rapidly rising heavy bass headliner this event will also feature:
~A STACKED lineup of regional talent!
~FREE PIZZA for the first hour! Available while it lasts so come early!
~Top notch sound & lighting at a wonderfully layed out multi-level venue with a second level balcony that wraps around the lower level dance floor!
~A fully stocked bar on each level with cheap drinks & incredible bartenders!
~A costume contest with cash prizes & free tickets to future events! More info TBA soon!
Mark the Beast (Dubstep), Sayzar (Dubstep/Trap), Crimson Raiders (House), Flyer Power (Garage/House/Breaks), DJ BassMint B2B Rachel Luxe B2B Always Alpha (DNB)
Dance Performances by:
Salvatore Jack
Cali Shaze
Emily White
Photography by InMotion Event Photography
Buy Tickets Here

8PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
A Baltimore Tribute to Divas of the Ages. 20+ Singers w/ 1 Live band, and Baltimore DJs. *Throw Your Blackberry at Your Assistant* Photobooth. Costume Contest! Come dressed as your favorite diva, drink a fabulous cocktail, wobble on your heels and TURN IT OUT.

Cheesey Delights
3PM – 6PM
Cheese Galore and More
1065 S Charles St, Baltimore
A Recipe contest that is a People’s Choice Award. Make your favorite recipe using Cheeses purchased from Cheese Galore and win gift certificates and Help a great Cause: JDRF! Or pay a minimum of $5.00 and be a People’s choice Award Judge!

The Smoking Lounge
8PM – 10PM
Zissimos Bar
1023 W 36th St, Baltimore
Acts: Siberia, The Middle West, Ladies All Stars, Andrew Edelman, Maya Siegel, Ian Salyers
Host: Ian Salyers
Welcome to The Smoking Lounge, a chill space where the heat is cranked up to HIGHlarious and the talent is sizzling. Tonight, we’re lighting a fire under our host Ian Salyers, as he performs standup along with the Project’s Maya Siegel and first time guest Andrew Edelman. Afterwards, the long form improv is smoldering with Ladies All Stars. Following the break, Bmore indie troupe The Middle West will stoke your coals, then house project Siberia doles out the burns.
Tickets: $5 cash only at the door, or online up until 7:30 the night of the show.
This show is presented by Charm City Comedy Project upstairs at Zissimos Bar in Hampden.

The Glenn Angus Jazz Quartet
7PM – 9PM
Germano’s Piattini and Cabaret at Germano’s
300 S High St, Baltimore
The Glenn Angus Jazz Quartet will be presenting a very special show, entitled, “Joyful Jazz”, which will, of course, be very happy music. We will be playing the music of John Coltrane, Thelonius Monk, Dave Brubeck, Duke Pearson, Ella Fitzgerald, Jack Gussio, Glenn Angus, and others. We will also perform, as a special treat, the rarely played and iconic “Blues Rondo a la Turc”, by Dave Brubeck, in a sparkling arrangement of this classic. This concert will take place at the Cabaret @ Germano’s Piatini, a delightful and intimate family friendly venue.
The cover charge is:  $20 adults and $10 Students HS/below
Reservations are strongly suggested to guarantee a seat. You may purchase tickets in advance at the Germano’s web site: Or, you may call Germano’s at 410-752-4515 to make a reservation.

Sunday, October 23

The Moms w/ Silver Gulls, Ninety Six Ghosts and Bad Health at Metro Gallery
7PM – 11PM
Metro Gallery
1700 N Charles St, Baltimore
The MomsSilver GullsNinety Six Ghosts,  and Bad Health.
The Moms are a dynamic power trio from New Jersey who pride themselves on a hook-laden sound and an energetic live set. With what started as sporadic shows in New Brunswick basements, The Moms have now committed to a nation-wide touring schedule. Joey Nester (Guitar/vocals) comments, “We play shows coast to coast in bars and basements, yelling satirical lyrics to anybody willing to listen.” Catch The Moms in a city near you. You will not regret it.
Buy Tickets Here

Joyce Manor- The Hotelier- Crying
7PM – 12AM
2549 N Howard St, Baltimore
Tix on sale at Charmington’s Cafe and at Ottobar!
Buy Tickets Here

Wild About Bugs Lego Building Fun!
11AM – 1PM
The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1876 Mansion House Dr, Baltimore
Spend a memorable day at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore learing about bugs! From 11-1, kids of all ages can visit the “Bricks To You Lego Zone” to play and build! For a $12 fee, children can make & take a their own LEGO bug! Register here:

BRB Halloween Ed. SUN 10.23
12PM – 6PM
The Windup Space
12 W North Ave, Baltimore
20+ Vendors selling MUSIC all forms; Vinyl, Tapes, CDs, etc.
DJ Booman & Eric M Atwell (Dust Addicts)
Graham Hatke & Stephen Fleg (4hrs of Funk)
Justin Forrest Miles & Cam One (Mystery Recordings)
Chris Bulla / Joseph R. Paradise / Jack Moore

Terrarium Building & Beer Drinking!
4PM – 6PM
Wet City
223 W Chase St, Baltimore
Join us at Wet City for a Sunday afternoon of tropical terrarium building and beer drinking! Choose your own repurposed container, and learn everything you’ll need to know to create a healthy, happy terrarium. Requiring little maintenance, tropical terrariums are an easy way to add a little more nature into your home or office. $45 tickets includes all supplies + two 8 ounce pours of your choice (up to $6 an 8oz).
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Beguiling Isles White Gourd carly ptak Beastmaster
9PM – 2AM
The Crown
1910 N Charles St, Baltimore
Beguiling Isles: Corum (Psychic Sounds / Maine) & False Sir Nicholas (Nonlocal Society / Chile) perform as multimedia duet “constructing a mind-melting psychopharmacological vision wherein rhythms and melodies ooze into and out of focus.” / “Dense and eerie fantasy scenarios forgathered continuously in bleary metamorphic pieces.”
Corum: and!about/c1o5
False Sir Nicholas:
White Gourd: the solo project of Suzanne Stone, explores the depths of the tarot as metaphorical exploration in the form of music performances using a variety of found objects, gong, machetes, bass loops and voice.Accompanied with a full visual installation, and often ritual costume, the presence of each performance has a completely different affect with the chosen card for the evening or tour. She is well known for involvement as vocalist & saxophonist in the experimental ensemble Million Brazilians.
With Dj Jasshole playin dirty dickin hits all night long.


– Lindsey

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