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Washington DC, DC Housing Expo and Home Show (6/24): Mark your calendars now for the 9th Annual DC Housing Expo and Home Show, hosted by the DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

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Germantown, 20th Annual Heritage Days (6/24 - 6/25): Please join us to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Heritage Days Weekend on June 24th and 25th!

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Boyds, Field & Fiddle Festival (6/24): Save the Date on June 24, 2017 ss Part of Heritage Days Weekend at Breezy Hollow Farm Boyds, MD.

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Washington DC, Rural Dog Rescue Furry Fun Run and Bow Wow Brunch (6/25): Join RDR for a jog or stroll (1 mile or 5k fun run/walk) through the beautiful streets of Capitol Hill!

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Saint Marys City, Beerfest 2017 (6/24): The seventh annual Beer Festival will be held at Historic St. Mary’s City Museum on Saturday, June 24, 2017 from noon until 6 p .m. rain or shine. Enjoy live music from local bands while you sample a

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North East, Registration is now open for Camp Summit for the Gifted (3/16 - 8/19): Do your gifted kids or students crave a like-minded peer group? Are they curious, clever, and creative? Give your kids a week long oasis this summer - send them to Camp Summit for the Gifted overnight

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Baltimore, Free Salsa Dancing Class (6/5 - 12/31): Sentimiento Dance Company in Baltimore, MD offers the first class FREE to everybody who would like to attend one of our weekly Salsa or Bachata classes in the Baltimore area.

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Denton, 229th Army Band Concert (7/2): The Maryland National Guard presents Big Band and Ceremonial classics.

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Arnold, Godspell (7/7 - 7/23): Pasadena Theatre Company in Anne Arundel County, Md, is pleased to bring to you, our summer musical production of "Godspell"

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Westminster, The Jeremiahs: Celtic Concert at Traditions Week 1 (6/28): Nationally and internationally known Celtic musicians perform.


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Abingdon, Intro to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (7/1): Try out a free Jiu jitsu class! Open to anyone and everyone of all skill levels, body types, gender and ages. Have fun getting in shape, learning a skill and self defense!

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Annapolis, 2017 Annapolis 1st Sunday Arts Festival (5/7 - 12/3): This highly anticipated event is a hit with locals and tourists alike that want to get unique handcrafted items.

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Annapolis, Beer Tasting Sailing Cruise aboard the 74-foot Schooner Woodwind (6/27): Sample beer from Jailbreak Brewery while enjoying the beautiful sunset under full sail.

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Annapolis, Green Cleaning with Essential Oils (6/24): Learn how to maintain health with a clean environment without the use of harsh chemicals. This Green cleaning class will enable you to gain a deeper understanding of formulating cleaning products usin

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Annapolis, Peacherines CD Release Concert (6/29): The thrilling era of ragtime and silent film comes alive again with Annapolis’ own Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra! The PRSO, "the premier American ragtime ensemble" as acclaimed by the Washingto

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Annapolis, The Full Monty (6/29 - 7/22): Six unemployed steelworkers in Buffalo, NY are low on both cash and prospects. While spying on their wives at a “girls’ night out,” the men realize just how much the women enjoy watching male stripper

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Arnold, Godspell (7/7 - 7/23): Pasadena Theatre Company in Anne Arundel County, Md, is pleased to bring to you, our summer musical production of "Godspell"

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Baltimore, 20 years of forgotten history: Why organizing is our only chance (6/27): An analysis by Corey Gaber--a Baltimore City teacher--of how Maryland has systematically ignored court decrees calling for significant increases in funding for districts with concentrated poverty.

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Baltimore, 2nd Annual The Urban Children Foundation 1-Mile Run/Walk (7/1): This is a one mile, point-to-point course through Historic Fort McHenry Park.

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Baltimore, 4th Annual Green Dress Luncheon and Silent Auction (6/24): Join College Girl Inc. on Saturday, June 24, 2016 from 12 pm to 3 pm as we celebrate our graduating seniors!

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Baltimore, A Midsummer Nights Dream (7/7 - 7/30): Shakespeare's magical story of love, jealousy, and one unforgettable night in the woods.

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Baltimore, A rare encounter! Lafayette Gilchrist & Carl Filipiak --- A Sequeal (7/9): GUITARIST CARL FILIPIAK PIANIST LAFAYETTE GILCHRIST Carl Filipiak has earned critical acclaim as one of today’s most dynamic jazz guitarists. Jazziz Magazine has included him in their nominations fo

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Baltimore, Alpha Omega Fish Fry (6/24): Welcome to the Facebook page of the Alpha Omega Alumni Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Incorporated --Baltimore, MD. Alpha Omega is the oldest alumni chapter of IPT.

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Baltimore, Art Kids Preschool: Create and Curate (7/5): Learning is fun at the Walters for children 3–5 years old and their favorite adults.

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Baltimore, Black Box: Kara Walker & Hank Willis Thomas (6/28 - 3/18): Salvation by Kara Walker and And I Can’t Run by Hank Willis Thomas, a recent promised gift to the Museum, start a critical conversation in the Black Box Gallery on slavery’s legacy.

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Baltimore, Blue Moon Paint the Pint Night (6/29): This will be our first Craft the Glass night of 2017 at Smaltimore!

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Baltimore, BoMF Networking Happy Hour Presented by PNC Wealth Management (6/29): Join Back on My Feet Baltimore and PNC Wealth Management for a Networking Happy Hour at Argosy Cafe on Thursday June 29th 6PM-10PM.

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Baltimore, Emerging Leaders United Pack the Pantry Volunteer Event (6/24): Pack the Pantry Volunteer Event with Emerging Leaders United (ELU) Join Emerging Leaders United and other young professionals to help reduce hunger among those in need in central Maryland.

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Baltimore, Flashlight Music Festival (7/8): Come to the Flashlight Music Festival! Spend a beautiful day outdoors listening to music and enjoying the lights of Baltimore.

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Baltimore, Folkal Point: 1960s Folk Tribute (7/1): A tribute to singer songwriters of the 1960's Performers:, Linda Nelson, Mark Brine, Birdhouse: Serena Miller & Graham vonBriesen, Mike Barth,  Paul Margolis, The Patapsco Delta Boys: Tom Chalkley &

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Baltimore, From Iconic Ship to a Mythic Image: The Warfield/Exodus Peace Tapestry (7/9): The Exodus 1947 carried Jewish immigrants, largely Holocaust survivors, from France to Palestine in July, 1947.

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Baltimore, Hampden on Film: Memories (1981, 16 mm) (6/29): Please come and join us on June 29th at Whitehall Mill. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Baltimore, Hollis Brown at WTMD First Thursday Concert Series (7/6): Hollis Brown plays at WTMD First Thursday Concert in Baltimore, MD on July 6th

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Baltimore, Honeymooning in the Borscht Belt, America’s Jewish Vacationland (6/25): In conjunction with the exhibit Just Married! Wedding Stories from Jewish Maryland, the Jewish Museum of Maryland presents a book talk by photographer Marisa Scheinfeld.

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Baltimore, Jaws at The Senator (6/28 - 7/4): When a gigantic great white shark begins to menace the small island community of Amity, a police chief, a marine scientist and a grizzled fisherman set out to stop it.

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Baltimore, Keigo Hirakawa Trio (7/8): Keigo Hirakawa Keigo Hirakawa, piano Eddie Brookshire, bass Fenton Sparks, drums The Keigo Hirakawa Trio is a hard hitting, hard swinging, jazz piano trio that reach the highest level of improvi

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Baltimore, Keur Ngewel Presents CENDRELON (7/15): Keur Khaleyi Dance Company's 7th Annual Concert

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Baltimore, King of the Seventh Grade (7/3 - 7/17): A staged reading of a new play by Rich Espey

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Baltimore, LA/Baltimore Guitarist Shea Welsh Arrival CD Release Concert (7/2): Shea Welsh “Arrival brings a relevancy to the umbrella of jazz, which historically incorporates what’s going on at the time and helping the current generation of listeners to relate to new textures

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Baltimore, Lionel Lyles Quintet (7/7): LLQ Lionel Lyles, sax Mike Fitzhugh, trombone Hope Udobi, piano Percy White, bass Tyler Leak, drums Lionel D. Lyles II was born in Boulder, Colorado. He majored in music education while at Morga

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Baltimore, Mark Supik & Co. Woodturning & Monument City Brewing Tours (7/13): On Thursday, July 13 visit a 100-year-old industrial building at the edge of Highlandtown that once housed a veneer mill and a pajama factory, and is now home to Mark Supik & Co.

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Baltimore, Meet Miss Ruby! (7/1): Join us for a special meet and greet in the “YUMMM” exhibition and a sneak preview of an (in-progress) documentary film by Josefine Camitz.

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Baltimore, Mosaic Garden Stone Workshop (7/1): Our Mosaic Garden Stone Workshop is back this summer! We continue to explore the properties of concrete in this workshop as you create your own mosaic garden stone.

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Baltimore, Musical Youth Concert: Peabody Preparatory Improvisation and Creative Composition Ensemble (6/30): Enjoy a summer concert listening to the musical tones of Baltimore City Youth from the Peabody Preparatory Improvisation and Creative Composition Ensemble.

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Baltimore, N Lifes Outdoor Movie Nights (7/8 - 8/26): N Life's Outdoor Movie Nights are back from July 8 to August 26!

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Baltimore, Older Notes The Slim Jimmies Pinkwench Live at The Depot (6/26): Please come and join us on June 26th at TheDepot Baltimore. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Baltimore, Open Hours: Self-Care at Home (7/15): Discover what it means to be truly at home in one’s body with Kripalu yoga teacher Amy Genevieve Kozak.

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Baltimore, Peter Pan (6/24 - 7/16): Broadway's timeless classic musical whisks you away to a place where dreams are born and no one ever grows up!

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Baltimore, PPA Gateway to Excellence (7/9): The Purple Pump Alliance, in partnership with Edmondson SDA Church, is sponsoring this Cotillion and Beautillion program.

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Baltimore, Reverend Albert Lee Wagner: Miracle At Midnight (7/1 - 2/28): AVAM's newest one-man show, "Reverend Albert Lee Wagner: Miracle At Midnight," is in celebration of one of America's most prominent visionary artists.

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Baltimore, SHINY HAPPY THINGS Workshop with Bob Benson (7/7): Join the creator of the Blinged-Out Universal Tree of Life in making your own FLASHIES: dynamic, sparkling decorations made from mirrors and marbles and such.

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Baltimore, Spirits of Maryland: Baltimore (6/25): Join the Maryland Distillers Guild at the Baltimore Museum of Industry for a rare opportunity to taste & purchase Maryland craft spirits from across the state.

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Baltimore, Summer Camp: Make Like an Egyptian (Half Day) (7/3 - 7/7): Tumble into the tombs of Ancient Egypt to discover the arts and life of the past. Be careful, you might even meet a mummy!

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Baltimore, Team46 Campaign Kickoff Fundraiser (6/27): Please come and join us on June 27th at Baltimore Visitor Center. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Baltimore, The All American Bar Crawl 2017 (7/8): You get the All American Bar Crawl! Come celebrate America’s Birthday in Fells Point, as we bar-hop through some of the city’s most popular bars. There'll be plenty of bars, DJs, all-day drink special

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Baltimore, TJCs All Cancers Awareness: 5K Warrior Walk in the Park (6/24): JOIN US FOR A 5K WALK IN THE PARK AND RAISE FUNDS FOR ALL CANCER AWARENESS.

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Baltimore, YUMMM! The History, Fantasy, and Future of Food (10/8 - 9/3): YUMMM! The American Visionary Art Museum raises a toast for its 21st birthday with a new visual feast in the original art exhibition Yummm! The History, Fantasy, and Future of Food.

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Baltimore, Free Salsa Dancing Class (6/5 - 12/31): Sentimiento Dance Company in Baltimore, MD offers the first class FREE to everybody who would like to attend one of our weekly Salsa or Bachata classes in the Baltimore area.

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Beltsville, 2017 Women Empowering Women (Train the Trainer Series) (7/1): Join us for our monthly Women Empowering Women (Train the Trainer) Series!

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Bethesda, August Wilsons How I Learned What I Learned (6/7 - 7/2): How I Learned… follows Wilson’s personal, provocative, funny and heartfelt story as a struggling writer in Pittsburgh’s Hill District.

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Bethesda, Be Green Hub Speaker Lunch: Channel Partners That Can Fast Track Your Market Adoption (6/29): Speaker: Liz Sara, Managing Director, Best Marketing

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Bethesda, Eating Disorder Support Group (3/1 - 12/6): Support group for adults who are recovering from Binge Eating Disorder and Bulimia led by Clinical Psychologist and eating disorder specialist.

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Bethesda, Flying V Fights: The Secret History of the Unknown World (6/8 - 7/2): Flying V Theatre returns with the third show in its Flying V Fights series!

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Bethesda, Grapeseed has Crabs! (6/23 - 6/24): Special weekend Menu We got Crabs!

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Bethesda, Night Seasons (7/14 - 8/13): Family drama with music by the award-winning playwright who wrote THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL.

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Bethesda, Oblivion, by Carly Mensch (7/13 - 8/6): Catch our summer production, Carly Mensch’s thought-provoking comedy Oblivion, in our new location.

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Bethesda, Raton en Movimiento (6/24 - 6/30): This beloved production is now performed in both Spanish and English!

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Bethesda, Wonderland Alices Rock & Roll Adventure (6/21 - 8/13): Everyone's search for one's authentic self is at the heart of Wonderland: Alice's Rock & Roll Adventure.

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Bethesda, Yoga Nidra Meditation (6/25): Join the Yoga Nidra Meditation on June 25th at The Mindfulness Center in Bethesda.

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Bowie, 2nd Star in Bowie, MD presents Mary Poppins (6/2 - 7/1): Based on the books by P.L. Travers and the Oscar-winning 1964 film, this authorized Disney musical production was adapted for West End and Broadway by Julian Fellowes, the creator of “Downton Abbey’,

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Bowie, Oh, You Fancy Huh: Ladies Evening Ice Tea (7/15): butterlfiesJoin me and my co host Joanne Hobbs~Dow for an evening just for the ladies Ice Tea, Food & Fun.

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Boyds, Archery 101 (7/1): You’ll learn how to hold, aim, draw, and shoot a bow. We’ll introduce or build on participant’s current knowledge/skills of Archery and provide time to practice each new skill. We’ll provide all the e

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Boyds, Diy Nature (7/1): A nature knapsack to help you explore Black Hill Regional Park. Contents of the bag change but could include scavenger hunts, magnifying glasses, nature journals and activities. Let your imagination a

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Boyds, Field & Fiddle Festival (6/24): Save the Date on June 24, 2017 ss Part of Heritage Days Weekend at Breezy Hollow Farm Boyds, MD.

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Boyds, Fishing with Li’l Ones (6/30): Fishin’ like Tom Sawyer! We’ll provide poles and bait, then see what we can catch off of the dock at Little Seneca Lake. Meet at the pontoon boat dock by the boat rentals.

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Boyds, Junior Golf Clinic (6/27): Each month we’ll offer a group of four-five different classes, each focusing on a particular swing or golf skill. You choose which classes you want that month, and register and pay for them at one tim

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Boyds, Nature Babies (6/27): Get your infant off to a nature loving start. Park naturalists will use the amazing colors, textures and patterns of nature to help develop your baby’s sense of the world around them. Siblings under 6

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Boyds, Parent and Child Golf (7/1): Will learn the basics of golf, including proper stance, grip, chipping, putting, driving, and more. If you’re already a golfer, the instructor will work with you at your level to help you improve your

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Boyds, Summer Picnic and Membership Meeting (6/25): The summer picinc will be held on Sunday, June 25 from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM at Black Hill Regional Park (picnic site C) in Boyds, MD.

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Burtonsville, DR Congo community Gala Night (7/3): CCWM is excited to be a charitable organization that always looks forward to becoming an integral part in the experience of all Congolese immigrants and all people of Congolese heritage living in the

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Capitol Heights, 1st Annual Fundraising Dinner Gala of MBOG LIAA USA (6/24): Join us for the openning night of our 1st Annual Fundraising Dinner Gala at The Hampton Conference Center.

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Charlotte Hall, Super Hero Day! (7/9): Pull out your Super Hero costumes and capes then head to sweetFrog Charlotte Hall for Super Hero Day!

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Chesapeake City, Painting the Skeletal and Muscular Structure of the Horse on a Live Canvas (6/24): An interactive anatomy and bio mechanics seminar to a better understanding of the function of your equine athlete.

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Chestertown, Songs For Our Future by The Pam Ortiz Band (7/7): In the Ortiz household, we have a framed quote from Spanish cellist and composer, Pablo Casals:

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Cockeysville, Jr. Beekeeping Academy at the Farm (6/4 - 6/24): In this course, children will spend their day learning all about bees and their vital role in our food system. They will have hands-on experience in the hive (protective gear included).

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Colesville, Citizen Science – FrogWatch (6/28): A citizen science project that monitors frogs and toads throughout the United States. Come and be part of the experience by joining a Naturalist every Wednesday evening around sunset as we listen for

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College Park, A Market for Health: Growing Healthy Food Retailers in PGC (6/27): Join us to learn how tax, zoning, and trade rules affect what you eat!

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College Park, Elgars Cello Concerto (7/1): Manuel Lopez-Gomez is one of the most exciting talents to emerge from Venezuela’s internationally renowned music program, “El Sistema.”

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College Park, Fourth of July Concert and Fireworks (7/4): Concert and fireworks spectacular are on tap for Tuesday, July 4, 2017 at the University of Maryland Campus in Parking Lot 1 adjacent to Campus Drive. Concessions open at 5:00 p.m. offering hamburgers

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College Park, Simone Dinnerstein and the Havana Lyceum Orchestra (6/28): In this remarkable cross-cultural concert, renowned American pianist Simone Dinnerstein and the Havana Lyceum Orchestra culminate a 3-day residency at the National Orchestral Institute + Festival. Th

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Columbia, Coaches Corner (6/28): This free conference for mid-level to senior executives is like no other event targeting this population as it provides several services in a compressed time frame. Professionals who are currently inv

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Columbia, Columbia Festival of the Arts (6/16 - 6/25): Concerts, family activities, master classes, workshops and community dialogues in celebration of arts and entertainment.

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Columbia, Glassware Paint Event - Nottinghams (7/15): Ready to get your creativity on mixed with a ton of fun? Come paint your own glassware and "UNCORK YOUR CREATIVE SIDE!!"

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Columbia, Merriweather Movie Nights: The Last Waltz (6/28): Please come and join us on June 28th at Merriweather Post Pavilion. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Columbia, MTI Teams Game Night (6/24): A night of games, pizza, and fun with your fellow MTI competitors!

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Crofton, 9/11 Memorial Golf Tournament, for Golfers and Golf Enthusiasts (9/11): 9/11 memorial tournament, proceeds to benefit the AIM-IRS DC Scholarship Fund

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Cumberland, Farmers Market at Canal Place (7/1): The Canal Place Farmers' Market is a place where the community meets each week to buy the best locally-grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, baked goods and so much more!

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Denton, 229th Army Band Concert (7/2): The Maryland National Guard presents Big Band and Ceremonial classics.

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Dundalk, Hope for Tyler Canvas Painting Fundraiser 2 (6/25): Please join us to help raise money for 3 year old Tyler James Baier, who is battling a very aggressive childhood cancer, Aveolar Rhabdomyosarcoma.*

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Elkton, Very Cherry Harvest Party (6/24 - 6/25): Breakfast served from 9-11am for $7. Harvest party to follow from 11am-3pm.

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Ellicott City, Banjos, Blue Jeans, and Barbecue (7/2): Please bring sides and desserts to share. Donation is $15 per person. Profits will go to outreach ministries.

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Ellicott City, Food for Thought: S.A.F.E. Food Pantry Info Session (7/11): The S.A.F.E. Food Pantry invites you to our free quarterly Food for Thought information session with special topic Could Leaky Gut Be Affecting Your Health?

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Frederick, Developing the Youth Athlete W/ Dr. Josh Funk (6/28): A presentation covering a holistic view of youth athlete development and its relation to long term health.

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Frederick, Disneys Cinderella Kids (5/6 - 7/15): It's the ultimate "rags to riches" fairy tale.

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Frederick, Heathers the Musical (6/30 - 7/8): Heathers the Musical is a darkly delicious story of Veronica Sawyer, a brainy, beautiful teenage misfit who hustles her way into the most powerful and ruthless clique at Westerberg High: the Heathers.

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Frederick, Maker Fun Factory VBS (6/26): Join us for our wildly popular VBS program - Your child will start the day singing and dancing, then wind their way through a variety of non-traditional VBS activities...

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Fulton, All White (7/1): TAU PI CHAPTER AN UNAFFILIATED MEMBER OF OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY, INC.

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Gaithersburg, Dreamgirls (6/9 - 6/25): "Book and Lyrics by Tom Eyey. Music by Henry Krieger. In partnership with ANKH Repertory Theatre & The Finest! Performance Company.

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Gaithersburg, OTC Productions Presents Cant Hate This Town (7/1): The home town homies are ready to pack out Raw Ink for another night of great music!!

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Germantown, 20th Annual Heritage Days (6/24 - 6/25): Please join us to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Heritage Days Weekend on June 24th and 25th!

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Glen Echo, Maremi Andreozzi: Little White Lines (6/2 - 6/24): Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to present Maremi Andreozzi: Little White Lines.

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Grasonville, 5th Annual Crushin Cancer Crab Feast: Childrens Cancer Foundation (7/13): Join Force 3 for our 5th Annual Crushin' Cancer Crab Feast!

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Greenbelt, Capital Area Hunger Summit (7/12): The Maryland No Kid Hungry Campaign believes that it takes the combined efforts of partners and stakeholders to work toward our goal to end childhood hunger.

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Hagerstown, Hagerstown Bike Week - Scenic Ride (7/1): Please come and join us on July 1st at Cancun Cantina West. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Hagerstown, Womens Giving Circle of Washington County Summer Luncheon (6/29): We invite you to join together with members and friends of the Women's Giving Circle of Washington County for our Summer Luncheon.

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Hollywood, Burch Oil Sponsors Hollywood VFD Independence Day Celebration (7/1): Please come and join us on July 1st at Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Hunt Valley, Beauty and the Beast (4/8 - 6/25): The Baltimore Actors' Theatre will present an Original Musical Adaptation of the classic story, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, at the Oregon Ridge Dinner Theater, April-May-June 2017.

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La Plata, Evening Concert with Doyle Dykes (6/29): Join us, June 29th at 6:00 PM for an evening concert with one of the world's "finest fingerpicking guitarists," Doyle Dykes!

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Lanham Seabrook, Crab Feast (7/15): Crab Feast to raise scholarship funds.

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Laurel, Emergent Pediatric Ultrasound Webinar (6/29): AIUM Webinars are eligible for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. AIUM members and nonmembers can access and submit this CME test free of charge.

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Laurel, Exhibit: Barry Goldstein (7/1 - 7/30): After a career running a premier accounting recruitment agency in Washington, DC, Barry Goldstein sold his business to pursue art.

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Leonardtown, 2017 Leonardtown Coastal Arts Market (6/17 - 9/16): The market features handmade, affordable art from local and regional artists and artisans.

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Manchester, RVRs Star Spangled Evening in the Valley (7/1): Come spend an evening in the Valley with your family, while supporting the ministry of RVR!

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Myersville, Washington Monument on the Appalachian Trail Seasonal Walk (4/1 - 12/31): 10km trail, rated 3C, follows Appalachian Trail along South Mountain Ridge and ascends to Monument Knob and the monument. Monument is turnaround point for walk and is an ideal place to plan a picnic

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North Beach, North Beach American Film Festival (6/23 - 6/24): North Beach Maryland invites you to come out and enjoy our 3 day film festival

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North Bethesda, Colored Pencil Class for Kids (7/9): A perfect class for aspiring artists to explore working in the medium of colored pencil.

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North East, Registration is now open for Camp Summit for the Gifted (3/16 - 8/19): Do your gifted kids or students crave a like-minded peer group? Are they curious, clever, and creative? Give your kids a week long oasis this summer - send them to Camp Summit for the Gifted overnight

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Oakland, Live Model Drawing - Period Costume Session for all ages (6/28): The June Live Model Drawing will feature a model in period or character costume (i.e. Little Red Riding Hood or a Fronteer Woman). The June session will be appropriate for all ages.

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Odenton, Food Truck Thursdays (6/29): 14 different food trucks with a variety of food products prepared on-site.

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Olney, My Fair Lady (6/21 - 7/23): Catch My Fair Lady at the Olney Theatre Center on June 21st to 23rd!

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Owings, Thursdays Crab Wood Decor Paint Event (7/11): Drinkable Arts will be back at Thursday's in Owings MD 7/11/17 with an awesome Crab Door-hanger!

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Pasadena, Mug Club Party (6/29): Mug Club members enjoy a complimentary buffet, raffles, giveaways and other fun activities. Additionally, we'll announce our Mug Club member of the month!

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Poolesville, St. Josephs House 2nd Annual Family Picnic (6/25): The Kilner Group is once again hosting a fundraiser picnic for St. Joseph's House! Festivities will take place from 4-8pm on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at Rocklands Farm (www.rocklandsfarmmd.com/).

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Potomac, Autism Speaks 5K (7/4): Running with us will provide you an exciting, memorable and fulfilling experience where you can make a difference in the lives of those affected by autism.

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Ridge, Chesapeake Cowboys (7/1): 2nd Annual Boat Docking Contest at Point Lookout Marina with the Chesapeake Cowboys - Extreme Boat Docking. Fun, Food and Friends

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Rockville, Game Day to Benefit CMRs Elderly Ministries Program (6/25): Play games with old friends and soon-to-be friends of all ages! Escape Room, Jenga, BananaGrams, Twister, Checkers, Spades...Play popular games, and learn new ones!

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Rockville, IDBDC Saturday Night Social (7/1): Join us for our Annual Saturday night Social for 4 hours of non-stop dancing, fun and joy! We provide 2 big full size dance floors for you to show off your skills!

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Rockville, Its a Fabric Affair (6/1 - 6/30): Rockville Interiors invites you to attend a month-long event in celebration of our carefully curated gallery of fabrics.

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Rockville, Josiah Henson Leadership Conference III (A 2017 Telly Award winning program) (6/28): This third installment of the 2017 Telly Award winning Josiah Henson Leadership Conference shall address the local legacy, history and challenges facing Montgomery County’s African-Americans and peopl

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Rockville, Mammal Study Merit Badge (7/5): Humans, cats, bats, whales, elephants and anteaters have in common? They’re all mammals! Learn the characteristics of our animal class in this hands-on workshop. We will work on all five requirements

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Rockville, Monty Pythons Spamalot (7/7 - 7/23): From the classic film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, a retelling of the legend of King Arthur featuring a bevy of beautiful showgirls, and more.

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Rockville, Splish-Splash, Drip, Plop (6/29): The water to see what?s swimming, diving, and living in the stream. Wear shoes you don?t mind getting wet (for your safety, don?t wear flip-flops or backless sandals). Registration required.

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Rockville, Storytime on Lake Needwood: Turtles (6/28): A storytime cruise around the lake aboard the Needwood Queen pontoon boat. We?ll read a story onboard then look for what?s swimming, soaring, and standing nearby.

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Rockville, Summer Classic (6/26): The opportunity to enjoy warmer weather and one of the region’s most outstanding golf courses have continued to attract more and more attendees to PMA’s annual golf, volleyball...

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Saint Marys City, Beerfest 2017 (6/24): The seventh annual Beer Festival will be held at Historic St. Mary’s City Museum on Saturday, June 24, 2017 from noon until 6 p .m. rain or shine. Enjoy live music from local bands while you sample a

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Saint Michaels, Chautauqua Series: Voices of the Great War, with General John Pershing (7/10): On the evenings of July 10-12, the annual Chautauqua Summer Series brings three live performances to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s waterfront.

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Salisbury, 13th Annual Ride for Awareness and Poker Run Featuring “On the Edge” (7/15): 13th Annual Ride for Awareness and Poker Run Featuring “On the Edge” to benefit Women Supporting Women. Ride approximately 65 miles (2 ½ hours round trip). Starts and ends at Salisbury Elks #817 in Sa

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Silver Spring, Avanti Masterwork Festival Orchestra (6/24): Avanti Masterwork Festival Orchestra on June 24th at the Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring.

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Silver Spring, Fool in Love: The Frankie Lymon Story (6/30 - 7/2): A musical showcase of the life of teen idol, Frankie Lymon.

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Silver Spring, Silver Spring/Takoma Park Seasonal Walk (6/1 - 10/14): Three trails: 5km/10km Silver Spring, rated 2A,; 6km/10km Takoma Park, rated 2A, with one steep hill on the 10km; 6km/10km along the Sligo Creek Trail. Additional distance by combining individual lo

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Silver Spring, The Great Dame Game and Lasagnawood (6/22 - 6/25): Developed by ArtStream's Silver Spring Inclusive Theatre Companies, featuring adult actors with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).

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Silver Spring, Zelma (6/25 - 7/16): Catch Zelma presented by the Heralds of Hope Theatre on June 25th to July 16th at the Resurrection Baptist Church in Silver Spring.

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Solomons, Fossil Field Experience (7/15): This program is designed for people who want to learn more about fossils: where to find them, how to identify them, what they can tell us about the past.

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Solomons, Sharkfest! (7/8): SHARKFEST returns to the Calvert Marine Museum – bigger and better than ever! Sharks are one of the world’s most fascinating creatures and SHARKFEST is a chance to learn more about them.

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Solomons, Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton (6/28): Join us for first summer concert of the season as Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton hit the PNC Waterside Pavilion Stage.

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Stevensville, Summer Mindfulness Retreat (7/12 - 7/16): Summer Meditation Retreat: A 5 Day Mindfulness Retreat with Deborah Norris, Ph.D. and Aurora Hutchinson at the Historic Kent Manor Inn: July 12-16, 2017

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Timonium, Baltimore Toy & Collectible Show (7/1): Please come and join us on July 1st at Timonium Fairgrounds. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Towson, Blazer Summer Sports Camps (6/19 - 7/27): Blazer Summer Sports Camps at Notre Dame Prep.

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Towson, Jesus Christ Superstar (6/30 - 7/1): Jesus Christ Superstar at Third Wall Productions.

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Upper Marlboro, Applebees Glassware Paint Event (7/10): Come paint your own glassware and 'UNCORK YOUR CREATIVE SIDE!

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Waldorf, A Night to Walk and Wine for the Homeless (7/8): Fashion and hair show wine tasting and specialty vendors.

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Washington DC, 360° Fireworks at Top of the Gate (7/4): River, the Key and Arlington bridges, the Washington Monument and the rest of the DC skyline. It is the perfect place to celebrate the birth of our nation, while enjoying Hawaiian ice and taking in sp

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Washington DC, 3rd Annual Twilight Pool Party Extravaganza (6/26): Join Stonewall Dodgeball-DC's for the Third Annual Twilight Pool Party Extravaganza!

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Washington DC, 4th of July Red and Blue in the City Rooftop Party! (7/4): Come celebrate 4th of July with us and watch the fireworks at the National Mall from Southwest's newest rooftop bar addition! With an unobstructed view of the city, come cool down the Summer with our

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Washington DC, 6th Annual Jane Austen Film Festival: Love and Friendship (7/5 - 7/26): Austen was writing and publishing these timeless, engaging novels during a time of great tumult between the United States and Great Britain: The War of 1812. This conflict started to brew in 1811 (Emm

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Washington DC, A Chance For Change (6/28): Join me as I host the first ever Chance For Change to benefit A Fresh Chapter at Maketto, one of Washington DC's hottest restaurants!

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Washington DC, Ali: Fear Eats the Soul screening (7/13): An unlikely relationship between an elderly woman and a Moroccan migrant worker in postwar Germany. With themes that remain relevant today, the film is considered a masterpiece by the German director,

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Washington DC, AMA Nonprofit Marketing Conference (7/10 - 7/12): This event, expect one-of-a-kind perspectives from speakers who understand the nonprofit space. You’ll also engage with others from nonprofits of all types and sizes, including foundations, charities,

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Washington DC, America the Game Show. F*ck Yeah! (6/30): the lowbrow creators of Elvis’ Birthday Fight Club. Inspired by game shows of The 70s and 80s, we invite audience contestants to COME ON DOWN for 8 epic games influenced by the current political clima

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Washington DC, Art Garfunkel In Close-Up (7/8): Art Garfunkel's In Close-Up world tour, with guitarist Tab Laven and keyboardist Dave MacKay, encompasses his solo hits, Simon & Garfunkel songs, cuts from his favorite songwriters—Jimmy Webb, Randy N

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Washington DC, Bard In The Park: Things I Hate About You, directed by Gil Junger (6/28): Bard in the Park is a 3-week series celebrating all things Shakespeare. The event will take place on the middle block of Canal Park and will include a screening of Shakespeare adapted movies and a pr

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Washington DC, Bastille Day: New Orleans Fun and Food Let The Good Times Roll (7/15): Let's party like they do down in New Orleans! "Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler!" or "Let The Good Times Roll!".

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Washington DC, BYT and NMAHs We The Party People- JFK 100 (7/1): Joining forces again for an exclusive tourist-free all-access party-time takeover of the greatest museum in the world. Cause it’s JFKs 100th birthday and it’s the July 4th weekend and we live in Washi

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Washington DC, Cabaret (7/11 - 8/6): Sam Mendes (Skyfall, American Beauty) and Rob Marshall's (Into The Woods and Chicago films) 1998 Tony Award(r)–winning production of Cabaret. Come hear some of the most memorable songs in theater hist

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Washington DC, CinEinsomnia: The Room (7/14 - 7/16): Our CinEinsomnia series with the midnight movie cult classic THE ROOM. Advance tickets are on sale now, but please double-check which date you are buying for since we have monthly showings!

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Washington DC, Cocktails Fundraiser at the M (6/29): Join us for a cocktail party, light fare, silent auction, and a jazz band to raise money for M4Arts.

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Washington DC, Crabs And Beer Seafood Party (7/8): ENJOY $4 BEERS & $8 JAMESON DRINKS ALL DAY!!! All prepaid guests are guaranteed entrance and access to the seafood buffet. Seafood Menu Maryland Blue Crabs, Snow Crab Legs, Jumbo Shrimp, Corn on the c

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Washington DC, DC Housing Expo and Home Show (6/24): Mark your calendars now for the 9th Annual DC Housing Expo and Home Show, hosted by the DC Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

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Washington DC, DeadPhish Orchestra (Dead and Phish Tribute) with Definition of One! (7/6): While these two bands have their surface similarities, most fans realize that their actual musical styles are quite different. The Grateful Dead are an earthy, folky, bluesy band where Phish is sharpe

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Washington DC, Echoes of the Invisible Woman: Spoken Word Poetry Night Fundraiser (6/28): You are invited to “Echoes of the Invisible Woman” Spoken Word Poetry Fundraiser to hear stories of the womens first hand lived experiences.

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Washington DC, End Of The Year Celebration (7/13): Come out for some fun, meet new people and help us celebrate our 2016-2017 Allies!

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Washington DC, Feed the Hood Project Washington DC (7/1): Join the National Black United Front and our community partners as we help people in less fortunate communities meet some of their basic needs of food, clothes, personal hygiene and medical products.

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Washington DC, Friday Nights in the Heights (7/7): We'll rock the block (Newark Street at Wisconsin Ave.) with live music, local food offerings, drink specials, and face painting for kids. Then, be sure to join us every first Friday of each month th

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Washington DC, From Barbed Wire to Baltimore: A Syrian Supper (7/13): The Global Center for Refugee Education and Science (GCRES) is preparing to enroll 20 refugees in our first full-time, immersive, language class in Baltimore.

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Washington DC, Glow Yoga on the Mall (7/12): Join DC Fray and other district Yogis for our EPIC Summer Glow Yoga on the Mall series! All levels welcome. Meet us on the mall (between 3rd St. NW and 4th St. NW, next to Madison Dr. NW) as our fa

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Washington DC, Healing Garden Dedication (6/24): The dedication ceremony of Joseph's House accessible healing garden, followed by a neighborhood bar-b-que.

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Washington DC, HYPDC 5th Annual Cornhole Tournament (7/8): Join us for Habitat Young Professionals of Washington, D.C.'s (HYPDC) 5th annual Cornhole Tournament fundraiser at Penn Social on July 8 from 1-4pm.

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Washington DC, MakeSmartCool Rooftop FUNrasier (7/5): Make Smart Cool Empowers Our Youth, Parents, Teachers and Community To Be Visionaries and Advocates of Effective Educational Methods and Learning Experiences.

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Washington DC, Microsoft Inspire IAMCP Women in Technology Charity Luncheon (7/12): Now in its 6th year, the Women in Technology Charity Luncheon is a key event within your Microsoft Inspire program.

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Washington DC, Open Conversation: Derek Hyra (6/29): This conversation is related to overarching themes and movements represented in Markus Lüpertz. Dr. Hyra is an expert on processes of neighborhood change—with an emphasis on housing, urban politics, a

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Washington DC, Public Allies Great Start Morning (6/30): The Great Start Breakfast is an opportunity to learn more about Public Allies through insights from allies, alumni and current partners.

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Washington DC, Punk Out Phillips After 5 (7/6): Influential in Berlin during the years Markus Lüpertz produced the art seen in the Phillips’s special exhibition. At Phillips after 5, enjoy a silent disco featuring Berlin Haus, David Bowie, and even

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Washington DC, Queen Of Hearts Mentoring and Scholarship Affair (7/9): Where we come together to Educate, Empower, and Expose daughters of all ages to the Power of Mentoring!

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Washington DC, Rural Dog Rescue Furry Fun Run and Bow Wow Brunch (6/25): Join RDR for a jog or stroll (1 mile or 5k fun run/walk) through the beautiful streets of Capitol Hill!

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Washington DC, Smithsonian Folklife Festival (6/29 - 7/9): Focusing on youth, culture, and migration, we’ll explore how American culture has been shaped by the movement of people to and within the United States. Together we will examine immigration and migrat

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Washington DC, Speed Dating Event For Veg Singles (6/28): Expect a fun, friendly, and incredibly effective way to meet veg singles. Think of it like mini-chats, just getting to know someone, face-to-face, for a few minutes. Spots are limited to 30 participan

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Washington DC, Taco, Beer, Tequila Festival (7/15): Over 40 Craft Breweries/80+ Beers Included. Come Together to Showcase DC’s Best Tacos! Unlimited Craft Beer Tasting from 40+ Regional Breweries & 80+ Craft Beers, Tequila Sampling Pavilion (Mezcal too

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Washington DC, The Isley Brothers (7/15): Their incredible career has seen four Grammy® Awards and countless other awards; dozens of #1 hits, both singles and albums; more than two dozen gold, platinum, and multiplatinum singles and albums; a

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Washington DC, Trivia Night at Sollys Tavern to support Engineers Without Borders-DC (6/28): The Washington, DC Professional Chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-DC) is hosting Trivia night to support our projects overseas!

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Washington DC, Truckeroo (6/30): Join us! Truckeroo is a monthly festival held at Fairgrounds that showcases the hottest food trucks in the DC area. Held April through October, Truckeroo is a family friendly event and features live m

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Washington DC, Truthworker: Boxed In and Blacked Out in America (7/6): Depicts the prison industrial complex through the lens of a dozen youth directly impacted by mass incarceration. This trilogy, comprised of original hip-hop theater productions, moves from the school-

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Washington DC, Volunteer Event at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (6/24): Join us on Saturday, June 24th for our volunteer service event! We will spend the morning removing invasive plants, picking up trash, planting native plants, working the ponds and performing other par

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Washington DC, WorldQuest Pub Quiz: June (6/26): WorldQuest is a team-based international affairs and current events trivia contest. The game spans 7 rounds of 10 questions each.

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Washington DC, Yoga for a Cause (7/8): Come join in the fun - enjoy a yoga class at a discount rate and support a great nonprofit at the same time!

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Westminster, 20th Anniversary Common Ground on the Hill Roots Music & Arts Festival (7/8): Nationally and internationally known musicians perform on 4 stages. Headliner: Guy Davis, award-winning blues musician and recipient of the 2017 Robert H. Chambers award for Excellence in the Traditio

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Westminster, Celtic Concert at Traditions Week 2 (7/4): Nationally and internationally known musicians on staff at Common Ground on the Hill's Traditions Week 2 perform.

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Westminster, Common Ground on the Town: Christopher James Band (7/1): Musicians from Common Ground on the Hill appear at 5 venues in downtown Westminster in this FREE musical event.

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Westminster, Common Ground on the Town: Eastman String Band ft. Chris Luquette (7/1): Musicians from Common Ground on the Hill appear at 5 venues in downtown Westminster in this FREE musical event.

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Westminster, Keynote Lecture: Fake News and the Decline of Civility (6/26): What is journalism’s future? How shall we find common ground? How do we re-establish credible journalism in this age of fake news?

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Westminster, Old-Time & Blues Concert: Traditions Week 1 (6/27): Nationally and internationally known old-time and blues musicians perform.

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Westminster, The Jeremiahs: Celtic Concert at Traditions Week 1 (6/28): Nationally and internationally known Celtic musicians perform.

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Westminster, Union Mills Womens Distance Festival 5K (7/9): Join us in our Union Mills Women's Distance Festival 5K. Sponsored by the Westminster Road Runners Club (Walkers welcome). Rolling 5K on shaded country roads with refreshments afterwards.

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Wheaton, Focus on Butterflies (7/1): Your tripod and enjoy two quiet hours of photography in our Wings of Fancy Live Butterfly and Caterpillar Exhibit before it opens to the public. Register for as many sessions as you like.

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Wheaton, Shakespeare in the Parks AS YOU LIKE IT (7/11): "All the world's a stage!" Join Rosalind and Celia as they lose themselves in the Forest of Arden, set in 1916 America and featuring music from that era.

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Wheaton, Summer Twilight Concert Series (6/27): A series of musical performances set in the beauty of the Gardens! Bring your friends and family, and don’t forget your chairs or blankets (allowed in the Gardens on concert evenings ONLY). Food truck

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Wheaton, Tyke Hikes (6/29): From bumble bees buzzing around blossoms, salamanders slipping under the soil, to toads tumbling over turtles! On these hikes of discovery we’ll open our senses to happenings small and large, and our

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Wheaton, Wings of Fancy Live Butterfly and Caterpillar Exhibit (4/26 - 9/17): Soaring among colorful flowers and going about their business of drinking nectar and looking for others of their kind. Visitors learn about their amazing metamorphosis, the important role butterflies

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