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Baltimore, The Wiz: The Super-Soul Musical (3/30 - 4/2): The Morgan State University Department of Fine and Performing Arts presents this time-honored tale of hope, love and learning that: "there's no place like home."

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Elkton, Jellybean Jog (4/1): Join us in our Jellybean Jog 5k Run/Walk. This event is a fundraiser for the Immaculate Conception Athletic Association

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Jefferson, Magnolia Fest (4/1): Magnolia Fest is coming to Jefferson, LA on Saturday, April 1, 2017, starting at 11 AM.

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Baltimore, Science Aglow (4/1): Add some light to your life on Saturday, April 1 at Science Aglow, a day filled with activities and demonstrations sure to shine, glow, twinkle, and illuminate!

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Columbia, Historic Oakland’s Weddings & Events Showcase (4/2): Congratulations to the Wedding parties or anyone celebrating a milestone event!

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Baltimore, Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (3/31 - 4/2): Three kids - Kenny, his sister Edith, and their friend Benji - are all but abandoned on a farm in remotest Middle America. With little adult supervision, they feed and care for each other, making up t

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Westminster, Phil Wiggins/Eleanor Ellis (4/1): Two giants of the Piedmont blues come together for a night of exceptional music.

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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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Frederick, The Fifth Annual Frederick County Marble Collector Show & Festival (4/1): The 2017 Show Will Be the Biggest One Yet with Even Bigger & Better Activities Planned for Kids to Promote the Fun of Playing and Collecting Marbles!!

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Baltimore, Windmills International Dance Festival (4/1): The second annual Windmills International Folk Dance Festival will feature breathtaking creative performances by very talented European traditional folk dance groups Kalinka, Carpathia, Malunas, Pille

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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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Greensboro, Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt (4/7): When the sun goes down the fun begins! In this variation of the traditional Easter Egg Hunt, kids ages 3 – 10 will hunt eggs in the dark using only a flashlight and their own night vision. There will

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Silver Spring, Screening Event Featuring Award Winning Documentary 2e: Twice Exceptional (5/2): This event is for parents, educators and professionals living with and working with gifted and twice exceptional kids.

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Annapolis, 1st Anniversary Celebration (4/2): Elevate Church will be one year old and we want to celebrate. Join us for a special time as we look at what God has done and what God has planned for our next year.

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Annapolis, April Fools Comedy Night (4/1): Join us for our 3rd annual Comedy Night fundraiser benefitting the production and theatre education programs at Children's Theatre of Annapolis.

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Annapolis, April Fools Show at The Fed House (4/1): We're Back where it all began almost 5 years later! Join us for an evening of comedy and cocktails at the Federal House, Downtown Annapolis on Saturday, April 1st.... Yup, April FOOLS DAY!

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Annapolis, Béla Fleck (4/16): Just in case you aren't familiar with Béla Fleck, there are some who say he's the premiere banjo player in the world.. Others claim that Béla has virtually reinvented the image and the sound of the ba

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Annapolis, Citizen Cope (4/5): Clarence Greenwood or better known as 'Citizen Cope' is an American blues singer mixed with soft jazzed born in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Annapolis, Fourplay (4/4): Grammy-nominated supergroup Fourplay has enjoyed consistent artistic and commercial success by grafting elements of R&B and pop to their unwavering jazz foundations. In a span of over twenty years and

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Annapolis, Glen Phillips (3/31): Singer/songrwiter for Toad the Wet Sprocket. Lots of solo records. Lots of side projects including MAS, Plover, WPA, RemoteTreeChildren. Etc. Etc. Etc.

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Annapolis, Jesse Colin Young (4/15): Jesse Colin Young, critically acclaimed solo artist and lead singer of the legendary classic rock band, The Youngbloods, took the nation by storm when The Youngblood’s single GET TOGETHER became a wor

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Annapolis, Jesse Ruben (3/30): The message that Brooklyn singer/songwriter Jesse Ruben has been spreading through his music is simple and direct. I can. You can. We Can. When Jesse originally wrote his song "We Can", he had just ru

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Annapolis, Marcus Miller (4/7): Marcus Miller – a two-time GRAMMY Award winner and UNESCO Artist for Peace – is not only an exceptional musician – a multi-instrumentalist and world-renowned bassist – but also a highly-gifted compose

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Annapolis, Over the Rhine (4/8): Indeed, the new two-CD set, recorded with producer Joe Henry and released on the band's own Great Speckled Dog label, marks something of a landmark in Over the Rhine's large and remarkably accomplishe

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Annapolis, Riders In the Sky (4/8): For thirty-eight years, Riders In The Sky have been keepers of the flame passed on by the Sons of the Pioneers, Gene Autry and Roy Rogers, reviving and revitalizing Western music. And while remaining

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Annapolis, Rusted Root (4/2): The quintessential live band, Pittsburgh’s Rusted Root celebrates their 20th anniversary this year.

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Annapolis, Symphony Study Series: Listening in Paris (4/18 - 4/25): Chagall was constantly drawn to the cultural vibrancy of Paris and eventually found great success there.

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Annapolis, The Rainbow Fish (Annapolis) (4/4): ArtsPower has turned Marcus Pfister’s bestselling book into a delightful and touching musical about the value of sharing true friendship with others.

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Annapolis, Tom Weaver Fishing Seminar and Fish Talk Magazine Launch Party (4/1): On April 1st, as a primer for opening day, J Port is hosting Tom Weaver for a discussion on how to catch fish locally. Capt.Tom Weaver – Concierge Fishing Guide, Boatbuilder, World Champion Sailor...

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Baltimore, 15th Annual Greater Baltimore Kidney Walk (4/30): We walk for kidney patients, families, and people at risk. The National Kidney Foundation's core is the patients we serve, people are our mission. Our first job is to find ways to improve and extend a

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Baltimore, 2017 Red Shoe Shuffle 5k Run and Walk (4/2): The Red Shoe Crew and the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore are excited to announce our Sixth Annual Red Shoe Shuffle 5k Run & Walk on April 2, 2017.

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Baltimore, 2017 The Logan Visionary Conference: FOOD, From Crisis to Innovative Delight! (4/2): Join us for a full afternoon of learning and amazement on Sunday, April 2 at AVAM's free annual public conference, sponsored by The Reva and David Logan Foundation.

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Baltimore, 2017 Walk For Wishes Baltimore (4/2): Join this community-wide celebration and use your superpowers to grant the wishes of local kids battling life-threatening medical conditions.

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Baltimore, 3rd Annual March Market Madness (3/30): Join us for an evening of hors d'oeuvres, wine and a lot of great networking, to directly benefit SIF students as they gain a solid academic foundation and learn essential personal finance and investi

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Baltimore, Alex Bugnon (4/1): Jazz pianist Alex Bugnon has been a prolific, energetic force on the contemporary music scene for almost three decades. A renowned musician/composer/bandleader, Bugnon hales from the picturesque villa

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Baltimore, Antony and Cleopatra (3/31 - 4/23): The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory presents Shakespeare's story of epic love and the conflict that shaped a new world. Performed for the first time ever in Original Pronunciation as Shakespeare would h

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Baltimore, April Fools Day Party at Ottobar with Friends (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at Ottobar. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Baltimore, April Renegade! (4/7): We're no foolin....this April's Renegade party will be a dancey good time at Power Plant's place for live music Tin Roof Baltimore!

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Baltimore, Arm Balance & Inversion Workshop (4/1): Get upside down with Angela & Taylor on Saturday April 1 for a special 2 hour arm balance and inversion workshop!

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Baltimore, Arm Balance & Inversion Workshop (4/4): Join Kymberly Fountain and Dayana Webster for this special 2-hour Arm Balance & Inversion workshop on April 4th! Have something specific you want to work on? Let us know in the comments!

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Baltimore, Ballyhoo! (4/13): Hailing from the east coast, Baltimore alt-rockers Ballyhoo! have been on the road, taking their melodic anthems to the people for over a decade. Their “On Tour Forever” work ethic has taken them all

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Baltimore, Baltimore: JNFutures 2nd Annual Bowl for Sderot (4/1): Join JNFuture Baltimore on Saturday April 1 for a night of bowling and fun for the Sderot Indoor Recreation Center!

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Baltimore, Beginner’s Beekeeping Course (3/3 - 4/1): Mark your calendars and save the date for Beginner’s Beekeeping Course which will happen on March 3 through April 1, 2017.

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Baltimore, Black Masala (3/31): “Black Masala seems to be name rolling off of everyone’s tongue in the last year, and for a good reason: they deliver one of the most explosive performances you will see in D.C. The band is comprised

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Baltimore, Book-Making Workshop (4/6): Join artist and co-founder of Ink Press Productions Amanda McCormick for a special book making event in the BMA Studio.

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Baltimore, Breakfast with the Easter Bunny (4/1): Come join RR15 for breakfast with the easter bunny. Tickets are $8 each. Includes breakfast buffet, drink, and picture with the Easter Bunny.

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Baltimore, Calvin Love (3/28): The young charmer arrives an enigma, a strutting, crooning contradiction: as menacing as he is magnetic, blending obsession with the beauty of artifice and the inner systems of real and natural things

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Baltimore, Christian Lopez Band (3/29): Steeped in the musical roots of his West Virginia upbringing, Christian Lopez epitomizes the soul of a traditional Appalachian folk musician living in the heart, mind and body of a man not yet even 21

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Baltimore, Cindy Bradley (4/1): With the release of Unscripted, her latest Trippin’ N Rhythm recording, Cindy Bradley is not only keeping the trumpet and flugelhorn hip and grooving lead jazz instruments like her late great heroes F

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Baltimore, Cris Jacobs (4/7): Singer-songwriter Cris Jacobs has explored the outer realms of bluegrass, folk, funk, country, blues, soul, and rock with stylistic reverence, adventurous alchemy, and emotional sincerity. Throughout

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Baltimore, Darsombra (4/2): Darsombra is trans-apocalyptic galaxy rock for seekers of an audio-visual journey. The makers of this sound and vision are Brian Daniloski, spinning webs with guitar, voice, and a multitude of effects

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Baltimore, David Londons Weekend of Magic (4/13 - 4/15): Magician David London combines magic with storytelling, comedy, puppetry, philosophy, surrealism, and that which cannot be defined, to create original shows of magic unlike anything you have experienc

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Baltimore, Doomsday Student (3/31): Doomsday Student stand unabashedly center stage and present as if in the throes of an exorcism, or perhaps a nervous breakdown. Blazoning music pregnant with anxiety-inducing guitar wails, curiously p

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Baltimore, Drinks and Nibbles Charity Dinner (3/30): Join Elite Miss Maryland after she returns from her mission trip from Nicaragua — and hear about all the things World Missions Outreach is doing.

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Baltimore, E. Joseph and the Phantom Heart (4/13): What started as a singer-­songwriter with a beat up acoustic guitar, an assortment of effects pedals, and a cassette boom box armed with lo-­fi home recorded drum kit beats has evolved into a full ban

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Baltimore, Edith Can Shoot Things and Hit Them (3/31 - 4/2): Three kids - Kenny, his sister Edith, and their friend Benji - are all but abandoned on a farm in remotest Middle America. With little adult supervision, they feed and care for each other, making up t

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Baltimore, Ego Likeness (4/7): Ego Likeness was created in 1999 by artist Steven Archer, a DC native, and writer Donna Lynch in Baltimore, Maryland. Taking their name from Frank Herbert’s classic science fiction novel 'Dune', the b

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Baltimore, Emily Wells (4/9): Emily Wells is a performer, producer, singer, and composer known for her varied use of classical and modern instrumentation as well as her deft approach to live sampling. Classically trained as a viol

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Baltimore, Excalibur (4/1): Wizardry, magic, sword-fights, warrior knights and princesses, the forces of dark versus the forces of light, romance, and betrayal are all part of the Excalibur tapestry.

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Baltimore, Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons LIVE at the Hippodrome! (4/6): Don't miss your chance to see the legendary Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons at the Hippodrome Theatre, on Thursday, April 6!

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Baltimore, Fun Never Starts (4/7): Fun Never Starts is a melodic, 80s style electronic group with a heavy Wax Trax era funk/electro-industrial flair. Fronted by Jenny Mettee and an evolving cast of characters, Fun Never Starts makes da

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Baltimore, Ghost of War (3/30): Ghost of War was formed in 2009, by guitarist Thane Farace and vocalist Ronnie Peterson. They set out to create a band that they would want to see and hear live. Both veterans to the music scene, with

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Baltimore, Grounds and Architecture Walking Tour (4/8): Come learn about the history and changes to Mount Clare’s architecture and grounds! See where Margaret’s terraced gardens were and the last remains of Baltimore’s colonial road.

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Baltimore, Half Waif & Sitcom (3/31): Nandi Rose Plunkett writes, records and performs under the name Half Waif. Her music is deeply personal and engaging, reflecting her lifelong endeavor to reconcile a sense of place.

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Baltimore, He Is Legend (4/4): Belief can be a powerful thing. When shared even among a small group, possibilities remain endless. That brings us to He Is Legend’s fifth full-length offering, few [Spinefarm Records]. The communal

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Baltimore, Kevin Morby (4/2): Singing Saw is a record written simply and realized orchestrally. In it, Kevin Morby faces the reality that true beauty – deep and earned – demands a whole-world balance that includes our darker sides

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Baltimore, Kutski (3/31): It’s very rare in this day and age to find pioneers who work hard day in day out to constantly push the boundaries of harder music. The true saviour of rave and master of the harder styles, Kutski apt

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Baltimore, Lit City Dance Party (4/6): It's lit. Be the first to dance all night long under The Light Tunnel on St. Paul (next to Mercy Hospital) April 6th from 8-11pm.

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Baltimore, Live to Inspire Benefit Brunch (4/2): Live to Inspire is hosting its first Benefit Brunch to support Prince Project 2017. Through sponsored and donated funds, this initiative helps young men who are in need receive assistance with their a

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Baltimore, Moon Bounce (4/12): Moon Bounce is Philadelphia's mutant pop pioneer, Corey Regensburg. Walking the fine line between creation and disintegration, his output combines soulful vocals, bombastic percussion and explosive sy

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Baltimore, Morton Street Celebrates 25 Years: Our Silver Legacy (4/1): Join Morton Street Dance Center for a celebration of 25 Years in bringing dance to the Baltimore community!

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Baltimore, Music at Evergreen: Pierre Bensusan, guitar (4/1): Described by the Los Angeles Times as "one of the most unique and brilliant acoustic guitar veterans in the world music scene today," internationally-renowned French-Algerian guitarist, singer, and co

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Baltimore, Music Box: Bugs! (4/1): Bees, Lady Bugs, Spiders and Butterflies! All of our favorite insects come together with music from a BSO ensemble.

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Baltimore, My Super Sweet 16 w/ DJ Logicoma / Ayakas Birthday Party (4/1): You NO LONGER have to live vicariously through MTV to experience the best sweet 16 EVER... Ayaka turns 16(+5) and invites you to get down in Crown Town to celebrate!

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Baltimore, Naughty Professor (3/28): Naughty Professor is a forward thinking music endeavor pioneered by six young musicians from around the country, now anchored in New Orleans, Louisiana. Formed in 2011, the band's mission was to embod

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Baltimore, Negative Gemini (3/29): Negative Gemini (real name, Lindsey French) is an American electronic musician and producer, hailing from Richmond, Virginia. Known for her unique approach to crafting ominous soundscapes, she's caugh

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Baltimore, No Kid Hungry Chefs Cycle Fundraiser at Gunther and Co. (4/4): Join Gunther & Co. owners Jerry Trice and Nancy Hart for an evening of tastings from Baltimore's very best restaurants in support of No Kid Hungry's Chef's Cycle.

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Baltimore, North By North (4/5): Hailing from the land of brutal winters and deep dish pizza, North by North has developed their own brand of infectious, spastic yet finely-honed rock and roll. They seamlessly toe the line between 3

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Baltimore, On Paper: Finding Form (10/30 - 4/30): This exhibition celebrates one of the strengths of the BMA’s collection: contemporary drawings that combine an interest in pure, refined geometric form with a desire to use materials expressively.

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Baltimore, Opening Day at Mad River Bar and Grille (4/3): Come feel that "ORIOLES MAGIC" with us Monday, April 3th as we celebrate Baltimore's favorite day of the year!

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Baltimore, Orioles vs Yankees (4/7): Join your favorite training providers as we all go out to celebrate a night of Orioles baseball against the New York Yankees.

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Baltimore, Passafire (4/13): On Passafire's fifth studio release, Vines, the Savannah, GA based rock outfit continues to progress towards what they feel is their true identity as a band in the reggae rock genre. After starting fr

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Baltimore, Pierre Bensusan (4/1): Winner of the Independent Music Award, in the Live Performance Album category for his latest triple live album "Encore" (2014), "Rose d'Or" of the Montreux Festival for his first album, "Près de Paris

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Baltimore, Princess Nokia (4/1): Destiny and musical partner Chris touch on theatrical elements in their sound. Inspired by anime, orphaned upbrings, urban fantasy, and the esoteric nature of youth; they reach out to fill a musical v

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Baltimore, Rend Collective (4/2): Rend Collective is an eclectic collective of multi-instrumentalists from the North of Ireland. An inherent desire for something spiritually substantive in our increasingly artificial world is exactly

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Baltimore, Rimsky-Korsakovs Scheherazade (3/30): Barber’s famous elegy, the quietly powerful and reflective Adagio for Strings is the perfect prelude for Jennifer Koh’s performance of Mackey’s Beautiful Passing, a tribute to his mother’s life and st

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Baltimore, Rope Trick (4/2): ROPE TRICK “is the term given by physicist John Malik to the curious lines and spikes which emanate from the fireball of certain nuclear explosions just after detonation."

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Baltimore, Rye Rocks at the Walters (4/1): Enjoy hand-crafted rye whiskeys and inventive rye cocktails mixed by your favorite Baltimore bartenders. The evening also includes hearty fare, beer, and wine, all-inclusive with your ticket.

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Baltimore, Samuel Powers (3/30): As a throwback to a decade full of their most beloved sitcoms, (where the quintet derived the content for their music) Samuel Powers is a band living in the 90's. The group formed in 2013 to self rele

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Baltimore, Science Aglow (4/1): Add some light to your life on Saturday, April 1 at Science Aglow, a day filled with activities and demonstrations sure to shine, glow, twinkle, and illuminate!

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Baltimore, Shark Toys (4/13): "This is one bug-eyed full-length, with an overabundance of both anxiety and energy captured by engineer Monty Buckles of the Lamps, and across nine songs it never takes a rest—across the first eight

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Baltimore, Sonnder (3/30): Sonnder is an experimental indie rock band based out of Philadelphia, PA. Fronted by lead singer and songwriter Ryan Weidman, Sonnder also consists of keyboardist Kat Stein, bassist Steve Iannettoni,

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Baltimore, Stars and the Sea (4/7): Stars and The Sea presents an enticing blend of gothic-drenched post-punk rock & roll with lyrics that are melancholy as they are romantic, as sweet and saccharine as they are bitter and black.

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Baltimore, Steel Panther (4/7): Hilariously satirical hair metal band who claimed to have missed the boat in the 80s, Steel Panther hail from Los Angeles, US, and have been windmilling their long blonde locks to their rumbling riffs

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Baltimore, Stories in Plastic (4/1): Be amazed by plastic trash: the colorful thermoplastic junk of our throwaway culture!

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Baltimore, Technophobia (4/7): Technophobia has emerged with a sound that reaches back to the early days of EBM and darkwave, yet continually pushes forward. Using hardware and analog synthesizers, Katie and Stephen use a classic a

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Baltimore, The Disco Basement (the party) (4/14): If you like the radio show then you're going to love the party. Hosted by Erwin"Cornflake" Hil. Guest dj tba

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Baltimore, The Wiz: The Super-Soul Musical (3/30 - 4/2): The Morgan State University Department of Fine and Performing Arts presents this time-honored tale of hope, love and learning that: "there's no place like home."

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Baltimore, Thomas & Friends™: Explore the Rails (1/21 - 5/7): Thomas & Friends encourages kids to learn about science, technology, engineering and math through play – while interacting with their favorite characters!

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Baltimore, Trace Adkins - Lyric Opera House (4/9): With over 11 million in album sales, three Grammy nominations, and dozens of major motion pictures and television credits to his name, Trace Adkins always has something going on.

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Baltimore, USGA Spring Bullpen Party (4/7): Please come and join us on April 7th at The Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Baltimore, White Magic (4/4): White Magic is artist, vocalist, and composer Mira Billotte, performing with accompaniment or solo, traveling with only daf (hand drum), shruti box, and an array of acapella songs, Billotte is a true

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Baltimore, Windmills International Dance Festival (4/1): The second annual Windmills International Folk Dance Festival will feature breathtaking creative performances by very talented European traditional folk dance groups Kalinka, Carpathia, Malunas, Pille

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Baltimore, Xiu Xiu (4/9): Xiu Xiu (formed in 2002) is an American experimentally-inclined noise pop group led by the creative prowess of avant-garde musician Jamie Stewart – hailing from San Jose, California, U.S.

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Baltimore, Xylouris White (4/4): As George Xylouris, drove Jim White from home to the studio, they saw a lot of goats on Crete’s rocky hillsides. Georges is Crete’s master of the lute. Jim is best known as the drummer of Dirty Three.

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Baltimore, You Are Not Alone: film screening and discussion (3/30): Join The LGBT Health Resource Center of Chase Brexton Health Care, The POWER Project of Chase Brexton Health Care, Star Track...

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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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Berlin, Living Wreath-Tillandsia & Moss (4/7): Everyone will be provided a plain, grapevine wreath which will be your 'canvas', cost includes 3 different size Tillandsia and an array of preserved mosses.

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Bethesda, Alex and Ani Spring Charmed by Charity Shopping Event! (3/31): Join us for lite bites and drinks while shopping for the perfect gift, knowing that 15% of your purchase will be donated to For 3 Sisters!

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Bethesda, Central East Region Leadership Day & UUA Presidential Forum (4/1): Join us on April 1st for Better Together: Central East Region Leadership Day and UUA Presidential Candidates Forum at Cedar Lane.

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Bethesda, Doubt: A Parable (4/7 - 5/7): This Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning drama, set in 1964, pits Catholic school principal Sister Aloysius against the new, charismatic priest, Father Flynn, when his relationship with the school’s

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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, Gypsies in DC (4/8): Please come and join us on April 8th at Hyatt Regency Bethesda near Washington, DC. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Bethesda, Kenwood Cherry Blossoms and Spring Flowers Seasonal Walk (3/11 - 5/9): 10km trail, rated 2A, on Capitol Crescent Trail and streets through Kenwood neighborhood with beautiful cherry blossoms/spring flowers. After cherry blossoms, spring flowers in bloom. Suitable strol

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Bethesda, Kenwood Cherry Blossoms and Spring Flowers Seasonal Walk (3/11 - 5/9): The 10km trail, rated 2A, is on the Capitol Crescent Trail and on streets through the Kenwood neighborhood with beautiful cherry blossoms/spring flowers. The trail has some hills.

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Bethesda, Paper Dreams (3/11 - 4/9): In a brand-new collaboration with Mons Dansa Dance Company Barcelona, Spain, we bring to life our first DANCE performance based show, perfect for ages 1-5 that explores the many facets of creativity.

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Big Pool, Youth Fishing Rodeo (4/1): Bring your budding fisherwoman/fisherman to catch stocked trout and other fish at Fort Frederick's Beaver Pond.

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Boonsboro, 2017 Interstate BBQ Festival (4/14 - 4/15): Interstate BBQ Festival will be held on April 14-15, 2017.

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Bowie, Cheers to 10 Years! (4/5): "Cheers to 10 Years!" is this years' theme for the fabulous evening of Restaurants and Fashion co-sponsored by GBCC and Soroptimist.

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Capitol Heights, SBA-MARs Spring Social at Dave & Busters - Capitol Heights (4/2): Please join the SBA of the Mid-Atlantic Region for our next social event! Join us at Dave & Buster's - Capitol Heights for for food, fun, and games!

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Catonsville, Duffel Bag Project Charity SitnSew (4/15): It is 2017 and the Maryland Chapter of the American Sewing Guild has once again committed to make duffel bags for children who enter the Foster Care system in our state.

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Catonsville, Lets Explore Nature with The Cat in the Hat (4/1): Bring the little ones for some Seussian Science fun on the first Saturday of each month!

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Catonsville, Xtreme Hip Hop with Phil (4/1): Phil is back at Miss FIT and you don't want to miss this time! $30 per person...tickets available ONLINE only. Men and Women welcome. Please note, childcare is not available.

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Centreville, Edwards Easter Open House / Free Pictures with the Bunny (4/8): Please come and join us on April 8th at Edwards Pharmacy. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Cockeysville, Breakfast with the Easter Bunny (4/8): Join us for Breakfast, Face Painting, Crafts, Easter Egg Hunts and Photos with the Easter Bunny will be available for purchase.

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Cockeysville, Storm the Castle 5K (4/1): A 5k Run/Walk sponsored by the Freemasons of Maryland and held at our campus in Cockeysville, MD. 80% of the race course takes place on private property. The course features a challenging

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College Park, Second Season: Flint by LaTefia Bradley, Another Side of You by Allen Chunhui Xing, and Akwantuo: Th (4/6 - 4/8): Three original works from UMD students in the MFA Dance program.

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College Park, The Orpheus Adventure: Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice and Offenbach’s Orphée aux enfers (4/7 - 4/15): The Maryland Opera Studio pairs two radically different tellings of the Orpheus myth ¬— Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice and Offenbach’s Orphée aux enfers ¬— in their fully produced Spring opera.

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Columbia, Historic Oakland’s Weddings & Events Showcase (4/2): Congratulations to the Wedding parties or anyone celebrating a milestone event!

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Columbia, I.M.P. presents deadmau5 (4/8): Please note- there is a 4 ticket limit for this show in the pavilion OR an 8 ticket limit for lawn per household, customer, credit card number, phone number or email address.

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Columbia, Judy Collins (4/1): Judith Marjorie Collins (born May 1, 1939), otherwise known as Judy Collins, is a folk, country and rock ‘n’ roll singer-songwriter from Washington US, reputable for her soothing vocals, along with he

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Columbia, Soupr Sundae and Silent Auction (4/2): The Faith Community Partnership of Bethany United Methodist Church and Glen Mar United Methodist Church and Wilde Lake High School are hosting the ninth annual Soup‘r Sundae...

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Columbia, The City Rockfest Tour 2017 featuring Disciple and More! (4/1): The City Rockfest Tour is returing to the GenXaret on Saturday, April 1st, 2017 at 6:30pm featuring the most stacked lineup...

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Crownsville, 2017 Maryland Chicken Wing Festival (4/1): ABC Events is excited to bring you the 4th annual Maryland Chicken Wing Festival. Join us and enjoy wings from some of the best establishments around.

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Cumberland, 2017 Docent Training & Season Launch (4/2): Please plan to attend the 2017 Docent & Volunteer Training and Season Launch on Sunday April 2, 2017 from 1:30 PM until 3 PM at the Gilchrist located at 104 Washington Street in Cumberland.

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Cumberland, Bunny Hop (4/2): Bring the kids on WMSR’s Bunny Hop train. This 2 hour diesel train ride will depart from Cumberland station and head to an Easter-egg hunt location.

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Denton, 2017 DVFC Spring Craft Show (4/1): The DVFC 2017 Spring Craft Show will beheld Saturday April 1, from 10 am to 3 pm. Admission is free! Join us for beautiful, creative and clever craft items, along with door prizes and raffles.

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Dundalk, Time Will Tell Takes our Stage (4/7): Join us on Friday April 7th as Time Will Tell Takes our Stage for the 1st time!

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Earleville, GPS Spring into Action Jumpers Show (4/2): Come join us for our first ever Jumper's Show!!

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Easton, Candlelight Meditation, Gong Bath, and Auricular Acupuncture (4/7): Join us afterwards for an informal tea ceremony, offering house-made organic Yogi Bhajan tea.

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Easton, Unsinkable Eastern Shore II: Rural America Responds to Climate Change (4/1): Join ESLC as we host a follow-up to our Unsinkable Eastern Shore I conference held in 2013.

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Edgewater, Crabbing/fishing annual open house (4/8): It's that time of year again where we do giveaways, sales on all of our products and this year we're doing seminars...

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Edgewater, Grand Opening Annapolis (4/1): Ladybugs Kids Salon & Spa 2? GRAND OPENING!!!!! Elsa, Hello Kitty, Peppa Pig and more! Kona Ice Truck, Cupcakes & more ! Come see what the excitement is about!!!! Giveaways!!!!!

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Elkton, Foxcatcher Endurance Ride (4/8): Expect to ride through tunnels, over bridges, on single track trail through the woods, and through wide-open fields.

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Elkton, Jellybean Jog (4/1): Join us in our Jellybean Jog 5k Run/Walk. This event is a fundraiser for the Immaculate Conception Athletic Association

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Ellicott City, Avoiding Back Injury (4/5): Join Dr. Ross Dubin from Morrison Chiropractic to learn about the importance of proper movement to avoid back injury.

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Ellicott City, Easter Egg Hunt (4/8): Join us after the Photos with the Easter Bunny for an Easter Egg Hunt for your pup! We'll have eggs hidden throughout the store loaded with treats and coupons all for your pampered pup!

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Ellicott City, LOGJam 5k (4/8): Come enjoy the start of Spring with our 5th annual LOGJam 5k at Centennial Park in Howard County. This family friendly event benefits the Lamb of God School in Halethorpe and features a 5k

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Ellicott City, Zentangle Art Workshop - No Art experience needed! (4/6): Zentangle is taught one stroke at a time to create beautiful, non-representational, non-directional, patterned art. NO ART EXPERIENCE IS NEEDED as it is taught one stroke at a time.

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Fallston, BGC Allstars (4/2): Come check out our Allstar Cheerleading program and Tumble facility. Family oriented gym with a big gym feel and small gym prices.

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Finksburg, Easter Egg Glow Hunt at Sandy Mount UMC (4/8): Join us on Saturday, April 8th for a unique spin on our annual Easter Egg Hunt at Sandy Mount UMC!

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Fort Washington, The Fun Run: A 5K Walk/Run to Support At-Risk Teen Girls (4/8): Shed your winter fluff for a good cause! My Girlfriends House invites you to our 5k Fun Run for at risk teenage girls.

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Frederick, Absolute Beginner Yoga Workshop (4/1): For beginners or those returning to yoga practice after a long time away. This class will prepare you to drop in to any gentle yoga class.

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Frederick, Bonnets & Bubbly (4/13): Design your own hat or fascinator to wear to our Kentucky Derby event, Bonnets & Bowties.

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Frederick, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (4/7 - 6/3): Everyone's favorite flying car comes to life in the musical adaptation of the beloved family film.

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Frederick, Creating My Legacy, LGBTQ Edition (3/29): You are invited to attend “Creating My Legacy” and learn how, through your estate, bequests and planned gifts can support your favorite charities or causes.

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Frederick, Girls Night Out: Spring Appetizers (3/31): Gather the girls, grab a bottle (or two) of wine, and let’s cook! We’re ready for spring with this bright and fabulous menu

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Frederick, Helen Smith Free Workshops for Kids (4/1): Each year, the Delaplaine offers free workshops for Frederick area youth that explore various artists and art techniques throughout history.

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Frederick, Moms Day Out (4/1): Moms have a chance to come join restorative yoga and get some much needed relaxation while kids can work out the cabin fever upstairs through yoga poses, games, and crafts

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Frederick, Peter and the Starcatcher (4/14 - 5/7): An apprentice starcatcher and a young orphan boy find themselves on a life-changing adventure when they are charged with protecting magical starstuff from fearsome pirates.

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Frederick, The Civil War Walking Tour (4/1): Explore what it was like to live in Frederick during the Civil War. Stories include the last Confederate invasion of the North, the ransom of Frederick, and the Battle of Monocacy.

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Frederick, The Commedia Rapunzel (3/25 - 4/30): A Tale of Pure Delight!

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Frederick, The Fifth Annual Frederick County Marble Collector Show & Festival (4/1): The 2017 Show Will Be the Biggest One Yet with Even Bigger & Better Activities Planned for Kids to Promote the Fun of Playing and Collecting Marbles!!

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Frederick, The Maryland Ensemble Theatre 13th Annual Retro Prom (4/1): Enjoy a wild night of indulgence while going retro with “prom attire” from decades past.

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Frostburg, Shaft VFD Cash Bash (4/1): Come out and support the Shaft Volunteer Fire Department April 1st for a Cash Bash! Early Bird Drawing is at 12:30 and all other prizes begin at 1:00. Doors open at 11:30.

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Frostburg, Telluride Mountain Film at Frostburg State University (3/30): This spring Telluride Mountain Film and The Kinesiology & Recreation Department at Frostburg State University is teaming up to provide audiences with some awesome outdoors films that inspire individua

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Fruitland, 14th Annual Easter Parade (4/1): Come out and join us on April 1st at 10:00 AM for the 14th annual Easter parade.

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Fulton, James Keelaghan (4/8): James Keelaghan is an internationally recognized singer songwriter, known for his finely crafted stories and his commanding performances.

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Gaithersburg, 2017 Black Memorabilia, Fine Art and Craft Show (4/8 - 4/9): Featuring many Vendors and Artisan with Black Memorabilia, Fine Art and Crafts for sale including slavery artifacts and documents, paintings, books, dolls, autographs, stamps and more.

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Gaithersburg, Arte di Primavera Exhibit and Artists Reception (3/3 - 5/1): Works to be included in the exhibit will be selected by a jury committee. It is a wonderful opportunity to meet the artists, while enjoying refreshments, art, and great conversation.

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Gaithersburg, Blessing of the Bikes and Spring Open House (4/8): Our friends the Black Jacket Cruizers are hosting a Blessing of the Bikes at 1pm. Join the Black Jacket Cruizers on a ride afterwards at 2pm. Everyone is welcome!

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Germantown, Water On Mars (4/1): Water on Mars is virtuoso juggling gone wild. Take three monstrously skillful young jugglers, six hands and thousands of catches.

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Glen Arm, Pass It On (4/1): This is a totally FREE Indoor yard/flea market. No $ required. Free stuff and free food - No Fooling :)

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Glen Burnie, BBQ Dinner Fundraiser to Benefit VFW Post 160 in Glen Burnie, MD (4/3): Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout Candidate Josh Wesley of Troop 447 in Linthicum, MD is leading the effort to install a new sign for VFW Post 160 in Glen Burnie, MD.

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Glen Burnie, Customer Appreciation Day, STBB Fitness (4/1): STBB Fitness would like to invite you to our FIRST ever MONTHLY "CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY" at our Studio in Glen Burnie, MD. All current, past, and future members are welcomed to join us!

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Glen Burnie, Dynamite Saturday at Da Zone (4/1): We have some special guests from Dynamite & company who will be at Da Zone on April 1st! Trust us this is not an April's Fools joke but you will be a chump if you miss out on this Dynamite event!

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Glen Burnie, Healing Service w/ Mike Zachman & Special Guest Dan Mohler (4/1): We are hosting Mike Zachman at Redemption House Life Center for a Healing Service and having a second service with special guest Dan Mohler!

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Glen Echo, Sara Dittrich: Arrhythmia of the Body (3/11 - 4/2): The Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture is pleased to present Sara Dittrich: Arrhythmia of the Body. This exhibition features photographs and mixed media 2D work. The works meditate on the

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Glen Echo, Walt Bartman: Journey (3/11 - 4/2): The Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to present Walt Bartman: Journey. This exhibition will feature paintings capturing his love of light, color, and atmosphere in landscapes. Bartman admires nat

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Glyndon, Breakfast with Easter Bunny! (4/8): Have breakfast with the Easter Bunny! Event will be at Glyndon Volunteer Fire Department, 4812 Butler Road. Hope to see you there!

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Glyndon, Pallet Painting Fundraiser (4/4): Choose a 3 – 6 word phrase or quote, and email it to us for a pre-design. Designs are transferred on to an 11” x 18” pallet by the participant on the day of the event.

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Grasonville, The Chesterwye Center 50th Anniversary (3/31): Join the Chesterwye Foundation for the Annual Thomas J. Ewing Dinner and Auciton.

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Greenbelt, 1984 National Screening Day (4/4): On April 4, 2017, almost 140 art house movie theaters across the country in 124 cities and in 41 states, plus four locations in Canada, will be participating collectively in a NATIONAL EVENT DAY...

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Greensboro, Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt (4/7): When the sun goes down the fun begins! In this variation of the traditional Easter Egg Hunt, kids ages 3 – 10 will hunt eggs in the dark using only a flashlight and their own night vision. There will

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Hagerstown, Cumberland Valley Artists and Photographers Exhibition (1/29 - 4/9): The Exhibition will be on view January 29, 2017 – April 9, 2017

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Hagerstown, Hello from the Other Side, A Night with Psychic Medium Sharon Renner Lewis (4/15): Hagerstown Hopes, in conjunction with Sharon Renner Lewis, presents "Hello from the Other Side, A night with local psychic medium Sharon Renner Lewis". Doors will open at 5:00pm and readings will begi

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Hagerstown, Popovich Comedy Pet Theater (4/5): The Popovich Comedy Pet Theater is entertainment for the whole family, featuring the unique blend of comedy and juggling skills of former Moscow Circus veteran Gregory Popovich.

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Hagerstown, Superhero Niight! (3/28): Come dressed as your favorite hero. Cost: $5 Includes: admission, skate rental, goody bag for children 10 & under. Activities: games, photo booth...

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Hagerstown, The Best of the Eagles (4/8): This concert takes us back to the fast-lane life of the ‘70s and ‘80s with the legendary music of The Eagles.

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Halethorpe, Silence the Blind (4/1): Silence the Blind was founded in late 2009 and has been bringing its unrelenting mix of thrash, death, and hardcore elements to the mid-Atlantic region ever since. First or Last, Headliner, or Side St

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Halethorpe, Thousand Vision Mist (4/1): Ascending from the ashes, Thousand Vision Mist was born in Laurel, Maryland, March of 2013. Maryland is rich in tradition with a distinct style and undeniable sound. Danny Kenyon, (Guitar, vocals), Ch

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Hampstead, Grand Master West Seminar (4/8): Grand Master J.R. West will be teaching techniques, and we'll be celebrating his 50th Anniversary as a black belt! Come out and be a part of the fun and celebrate a huge milestone in Hapkido!

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Havre De Grace, Hopewell United Methodist Women Flapjack Fundraiser (4/1): Hopewell United Methodist Women's fundraiser to help support our missions. $8 per person, $5 children 12 & under.

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Henderson, 22nd Annual Maryland 4-H Foundation Tournament (4/1): 50 Target Sporting Clay Tournament benefiting MD 4-H Shooting Sports Programs, Registration begins at 9am, Shoot begins at 9:30am. Last shooter must be on the course by 11:30am.

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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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Hyattsville, Story District presents What Was I Thinking?!? (4/1): Join DC's most popular storytelling establishment for a night of hilarious and heartfelt true stories about mistakes, missteps, and epic disasters.

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Jarrettsville, Jacks Small Engines Annual Open House (4/8): Save the date for Jacks Small Engines Annual Open House Saturday, April 8th 10am-4pm.

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Jarrettsville, LuLaRoe Spring in the Gardens (4/2): Come join us on Sunday, April 2nd at 10am for a whole hall FULL of LuLaRoe!

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Jefferson, Magnolia Fest (4/1): Magnolia Fest is coming to Jefferson, LA on Saturday, April 1, 2017, starting at 11 AM.

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Kensington, A Heartfelt Japanese Concert (4/7): Please come and join us on April 7th at Washington D.C. Temple Visitors' Center. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Keymar, Easter Open House (4/8): Join us for our Spring/Easter Open House. Door prizes and spring inspired shopping... more details to follow.

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La Plata, Chicks on Chairs (4/1): This workshop is designed to empower women to feel comfortable expressing their femininity. Every woman will enjoy this workout and the confidence it brings!

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La Plata, If We Could Sing To The Animals Concert (4/8): This POPS concert will consist of a "menagerie" of songs that reference animals or are from films or shows about animals.

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Landover, Youre My Lady stage play (4/8): Chris Clark brings his award nominated comedy stage play to Landover Maryland for one show only. Come see the Nesbitt family as they navigate through test and trials of Love, Sickness, and addictions.

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Laurel, Kupcake Kabobs with Karen (4/8): Starting in April 2017, I'll be offering 'Kake It Till You Make It' Sessions for kids 13 years and younger. Each session will be a different "KAKE" theme!

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Laurel, Paint Party with a Purpose (Apr) (4/5): Please come and join us on April 5th at TGI Fridays (Laurel, MD). Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Manchester, Easter Adventure Egg Hunt (4/8): Children just learning to walk through age 12 will take part in an egg hunt, including "prize eggs" in each of four age divisions. Please plan to arrive early as the hunt will begin promptly at 10am.

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Mechanicsville, Patuxent Habitat Warrior 5K Fun Run/Walk (4/1): The Patuxent Habitat for Humanity's Warrior 5K Fun Run/Walk is the primary source of funding for the Patuxent Habitat for Humanity’s Veterans Critical Home Repair program.

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Mount Airy, Wine Down With Windon And Ricker (3/31): Cozy up to the fire inside or bundle up to the fire pits outside. Join Elk Run Vineyards for an intimate musical interlude and wine trivia.

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Mount Rainier, Fundraiser for Alma Selimovics Berlin Residency/Special Exhibit (4/1): Alma is going to Berlin for a two-month residency at the INSTITUTE FÜR ALLES MÖGLICHE in Berlin, Germany.

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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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National Harbor, Chance for Life 2017: Poker Tournament (4/1): Hosted with MGM National Harbor on April 1, 2017, Chance for Life is the Washington area's premiere charity fundraiser to benefit childhood cancer research.

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North Beach, Creative Bellydance Sampler (4/1): This fun workshop will focus on basic bellydance movements, how to link these movements together, and some creative ways to dance together with a group

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North Bethesda, Good Deeds Day Study and Discussion (4/2): We will be talking about the role of volunteering and charity and wider social change.

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North Bethesda, Ladies Sing the Blues (4/8): Vocalists Catherine Russell, Brianna Thomas, and Charenee Wade channel the independent, liberated spirits and pioneering vocalizations of 1920s blues divas.

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North East, 3rd Annual Integrity/AnnieMac Appreciation Easter Egg Hunt (4/8): AnnieMac Home Mortgage and Integrity Real Estate can't thank you enough for your continued support of us. This is our 3rd annual event and this year will be bigger and better then before.

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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, Come meet Thor and the Black Widow! (4/1): Come meet Thor and the Black Widow! Get an autograph and even get your photo taken with the Super Duo!

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Ocean City, PRMC Foundation Spring Fling (4/7): Live and Silent Auction fundraiser to benefit the Foundation's Behavioral Health Campaign.

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Ocean City, Rescues Rock the Runway Fashion Show (4/8): Pet Threadz Invites you and your furbaby to the first PET EXPO & FASHION SHOW on the Eastern Shore, "Rescues Rock the Runway", on April 8, 2017, from 9am-5pm.

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Olney, The Magic Play (4/12 - 5/7): 2015 Helen Hayes Award-winner Andrew Hinderaker (Colossal) returns to Olney with his newest play, another remarkable story that combines vivid theatricality, profound emotions and in this case, a touc

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Oxon Hill, Behold the Lamb (4/7): Enjoy live musical performances, choreographed dances, powerful testimonies and so much more!

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Oxon Hill, Dine 2 Donate at Granite City: National Harbor (3/30): March 30, 2017 - Mark Your Calendars! Eat, Drink and Have Fun at Granite City City Food & Brewery at National Harbor.

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Perryville, Catsino Night (4/1): Come out and join CFA for its 6th annual fundraiser to help the cats and kittens in our communities. There will be 50/50, raffles, door prizes, silent auctions, cash bar and much much more!!

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Pittsville, LuLaRoe LuLaPALOOZA! (4/7): Please come and join us on April 7th at Pittsville Vol Fire Dept Inc. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Potomac, Mule Drawn Boat Ride Chesapeake & Ohio Canal (4/9): Take a trip back in time to the 1870's! Ride along the historic C&O Canal in a boat pulled by mules and experience rising 8 feet in a lock.

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Potomac, Wines & Equines - A Wine Pairing Dinner & Auction Gala (4/1): - Wine Pairing Dinner & Auction Event at The William F. Bolger Center in Potomac, Maryland, on Saturday, April 1st 2017 at 5:00PM.

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Prince Frederick, Grand Re-Opening (4/1): Join us for the grand re-opening of the Farm Stand at Spider Hall Farm!

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Randallstown, Perfect for You Product Party (4/1): Receive personal beauty product recommendations from Jannay Brown, owner of Asili Hair Care Center and The Natural Hair Lady, creator of Dr. Locs.

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Ridgely, Caroline Kayaking (4/15): Discover the beauty of the mid-shore's water trails.

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Rockville, Boxing Fundraiser (3/31): Join the Clifton Park Academy for a high-intensity interval training workout class designed to sculpt your body and burn calories like nothing you’ve experienced before.

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Rockville, Dominican! (4/1): Enjoy a merengue and salsa dance demonstration and group lesson, traditional Dominican cake, traditional hair braiding for girls, and an inspirational guest

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Rockville, Heroes Against Hunger Reception (3/30): Manna Food Center’s Heroes Against Hunger Annual Awards Reception, presented by Giant Food, honors leaders in our community who are making a difference in the fight against hunger.

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Rockville, Kayla Plosz Antiel: Sunlit (3/24 - 4/23): Kayla Plosz paints to play with color and form. She says, “I love the weirdness of color; how there’s a limitless number of possibilities.” ?Individual colors evoke highly particular emotional respons

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Rockville, Kevin Labadie Breaking Circles (3/31 - 4/30): This series of paintings examines the circle as both focal point and moving vehicle. The paintings are often arranged in sets. As a lens or porthole, each painting offers entry into the space beneath

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Rockville, Twelfth Night (4/12 - 4/15): Twins Viola and Sebastian are not only close, but they look very much alike. While traveling, they are separated in a shipwreck with each believing the other has drowned.

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Saint Leonard, Tracing Piscataway Indian History on the Ground (4/6): Please come and join us on April 6th at Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Saint Michaels, ALL Course: Native Plants for the American Cottage Garden (4/6): Have a small garden space and want to do your part to help our environment and to have the look of an English Cottage Garden? It’s quite possible!

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Saint Michaels, Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival (4/8 - 4/9): The Eastern Shore Sea Glass and Coastal Arts Festival in St. Michaels, Maryland will be held on the weekend of April 8-9, 2017.

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Saint Michaels, Exhibition exploring Potomac River Waterfowling Opening (4/8): Potomac Waterfowling: Gunning the Nation’s River follows the harvesting history from 18th century statesmen like George Washington

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Saint Michaels, Exhibition Strikes - 17th National Exhibition of the American So (4/2): Please come and join us on April 2nd at Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Salisbury, Battle Of The Breweries (4/8): Join us at Roadie Joes Bar and Grill for our first annual BATTLE OF THE BREWERIES!

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Salisbury, Everything Beautiful Benefit Concert (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at Headquarters Live. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Salisbury, Ladies Spring Retreat (4/1): Come for food, fun, fellowship, and luncheon. Our speaker is Paula Law, a high-energy former international missionary to Turkey, Germany, and England.

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Salisbury, Scientific Illustration: Artistry in the Age of Science (1/27 - 5/14): The field of scientific illustration offers beautiful renderings and visual explanations of scientific subjects from birds and butterflies to animals.

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Sandy Spring, Museum Jam (1/22 - 5/28): Monthly Music Jam starting in January 2017. Open to all ages and levels of musical ability.

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Silver Spring, Bens Run 2017 (4/1): The 7th Annual Ben's Run in memory of Ben Goldfogle. The race will raise money to benefit the oncology and bone marrow units at Children’s National in Washington, D.C. In six years, Ben's Run has don

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Silver Spring, Bonnie Thron and Carl Banner (3/31): Bonnie Thron, cello, and Carl Banner, piano, perform works of Martinu, Walker, and Robinson.

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Silver Spring, Dr. Sarcofiguy presents The Wicker Man (1973) (4/1): A remote Scottish isle inhabited by neo-pagans practicing fertility rites and sexual magic provides the setting for one of the coolest, creepiest cult classics from the 1970s...

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Silver Spring, Oral Cancer Foundation 5k Walk/Run in memory of Peter McGee Hoffman (4/22): A family friendly 5k Walk/Run event benefitting the Oral Cancer Foundation

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Silver Spring, Pearls of Promise and Poise Mother-Daughter Tea (4/2): Join the members of Ivy Vine Charities, Inc. and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Theta Omega Omega Chapter for our Mother-Daugther Tea, a signature event to kick off the 2017 Pearls of Promise and P

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Silver Spring, Philippines Cherry Blossom Princess Coronation Ball (3/31): Please join us at the 2017 Philippines Cherry Blossom Princess Coronation Ball as we honor 2017 Miss Philippines Cherry Blossom Princess Gabrielle Enguillado and the inaugural class of the Philippines

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Silver Spring, Screening Event Featuring Award Winning Documentary 2e: Twice Exceptional (5/2): This event is for parents, educators and professionals living with and working with gifted and twice exceptional kids.

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Silver Spring, Senegal Night: Humanitarian Gala (4/8): The Bank-Fund Senegalese Staff Association (BFSSA) of the World Bank and IMF invites you to its Annual Senegal Night - Humanitarian Gala, to celebrate Senegal's Independence Day and support BFSSA's ca

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Silver Spring, Sip n Paint (3/30): Join The Urban Winery for it's March Sip 'N Paint! Your ticket includes 2-3 hours on paint instruction, all materials, and a glass of your favorite Urban Winery wine

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Silver Spring, Vantage Points: What is the current state of womens rights? (3/29): Join your fellow denizens to have a beer and trade vantage points on hot topics in a community conversation moderated by our friends at Mosaic Silver Spring.

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Silver Spring, WE Can-Cer Vive: Honduras Fundraiser (4/6): On April 6, 2017 WE Can-Cer vive!® Mission Team will be hosting a fundraiser night Color Me Mine. Each painter will be charge a $5.00 studio fee.

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Silver Spring, Womens Self-Defense Workshop: Physical, Verbal and Mental Self-Defense (4/1): This workshop is lead by Relson Gracie Self-Defense certified Instructors,Greg Bartman and Tori Garten.

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Smithsburg, Flower Workshop with Eichholz Flowers (4/2): Join us for a flower arranging workshop with Jon Ingels, owner of Eichholz Flowers in Waynesboro, PA. Enjoy an afternoon of creativity and fun!

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Snow Hill, Nick Haglich Live at The Daily Brew Coffeehouse (4/7): Please come and join us on April 7th at The Daily Brew Coffeehouse. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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Solomons, OtterMania! (3/31): Join us in celebrating our favorite museum mammal! Dance "the Swim" with our otter mascots, get your face painted, and listen to otter tales from an "otterly" terrific story teller.

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Solomons, Spring Break Day Camp: Norse Exploration Day Camp (4/13): Join us for a day camp to explore the culture of the Norse explorers. We will dive into topics such as navigation, ship building, runes, and shield symbology of these fearless seafarers,

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Sykesville, April First Friday (4/7): Grab a floating rubber ducky and get the discount written at the bottom!

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Timonium, The Konstantino Event (4/6): Join us for a celebration of eternal beauty at Smyth's Konstantino Event in Timonium.

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Timonium, The Timonium 12 Rope Comp (4/1): Grab a partner and come test your mettle in The Timonium 12 - an endurance based competition in which each team will have 12 hours to complete as many climbs as possible.

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Towson, Hope of Guinea 2017 Ball: It Takes A Village (4/7): This Spring, Hope of Guinea will be hosting it's second annual Charity Ball on Friday, April 7th, 2017.

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Upperco, Roller Skating-Sportsmans Hall (4/2): Join us from 11am-5pm. Stay for an hour or two or spend the day!

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Waldorf, April 2017 Quarter Auction (4/6): We work with several vendors that come together for a cause and share their wares for charity. We work together to share each others companies and products.

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Waldorf, Crustacean Celebration presented by Elite Beatz (4/8): The Blue Crabs 2017 Fan Fest is packed with so much fun, including our Fantasy Baseball Challenge.

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Waldorf, Easter Egg Hunt at YourSpace Storage at St. Charles (4/1): Some Bunny has been hiding Easter Eggs! Come, rain or shine, to our free community event! Take photos with the Easter Bunny, participate in an Egg Hunt, and enjoy some treats!

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Washington DC, 36th Annual Salute to the Parks (4/5): National Parks Conservation Association's 36th Annual Salute to the Parks offers one of the largest and most influential gatherings of the conservation and environmental communities.

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Washington DC, Adventures of Alex and I Charity Happy Hour (4/5): It has been an amazing start for Adventures of Alex and I! We had family yoga, breakfast book club, homework happy hour, free soul cycle, a successful launch, and much more to come.

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Washington DC, Celebration and Dinner with Fabulous Silent Auction 40 Plus of Washington DC (3/29): The evening wiill begin at 6pm with a 40 Plus cash bar signature networking mix and mingle. Connect with old friends and make new connections.

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Washington DC, Charity Happy Hour at Umaya: 20s and 30s Going Out Group (4/7): Our happy hour will benefit One Common Unity, a member supported non-profit organization whose mission is to create and nurture sustainable communities through innovative peace education, arts, and me

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Washington DC, Copa Style Celebrates Yvette Downs as 2017 Woman of the Year (3/29): Copa Style Magazine will be celebrating Yvette Downs as our 2017 "Woman of the Year." Mrs.

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Washington DC, Decades Dance Party at The Saloon (4/1): For our newest Get-together, we’re taking over The Saloon and hosting a party so big that it spans several decades.

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Washington DC, Deliberate Face to FACE: Meet the Builders (3/31): Join Focus Attitude and Commitment to Excellence, a team of DC homeless and formerly homeless advocates, for their second town hall style event.

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Washington DC, District Karaokes Super Sweet 16 (4/8): To celebrate the end of DK's 16th season, come one and come all to this magical event!

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Washington DC, Easter Baskids Happy Hour (4/7): Join us for our 3rd Annual Easter Baskids Friday, April 7th at Avery's on H Street.

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Washington DC, Film Screening: Growing Up Married with Director Q&A (3/30): Join us for a private screening of A Documentary Film on Child Marriages: Growing Up Married.

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Washington DC, Miss District of Columbias Outstanding Teen Pageant (4/15): Join us as we crown Miss District of Columbia's Outstanding Teen 2017!

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Washington DC, Moral Hangovers 2nd Annual Latin Rock Tribute at Tropicalia (3/31): Come join us after work for our 2nd Annual Latin Rock show on Friday, March 31st, featuring local bands Moral Hangover, Indigo, and Latin Velvet, partnered with Tropicalia.

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Washington DC, Mother and Daughter Tea (4/7): The American Association of Women in Community Colleges changes women’s lives through education, service and leadership development.

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Washington DC, Music of Michel Corrette (4/7): Little is known about the French organist and composer Michel Corrette, but he left behind a wealth of music ranging in scope from the slight to the serious.

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Washington DC, National Cherry Blossom Parade & Fair - DC (4/8): Come and join to O\one of DC’s largest spectator events, the energy-filled National Cherry Blossom Festival Parade® which will happen on Saturday, April 8th at Washington DC area.

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Washington DC, No Lost Generation Student Initiative Spring Conference (3/30 - 4/1): Join us for our inaugural network-wide conference as we bring together students from 50 universities, professionals from the humanitarian community, and civic engagement experts to discuss grassroots

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Washington DC, Planet Forward Summit (4/6 - 4/7): The Planet Forward Summit will focus on how we as students, scientists, communicators, innovators, policymakers and citizens of the earth, communicate to inspire action.

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Washington DC, Refugee Awareness Happy Hour (4/6): Join us for our Charity Happy Hour at Sudhouse DC to raise awareness and support for the current refugee crisis.

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Washington DC, Social Hour at Petworth Citizen (4/3): Petworth Citizen is the definition of hipster chic, with its elegant decor and master bartenders, it's one of DC's best bars to socialize.

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Washington DC, WEConnect International Gala (3/30): Each Awards Gala ticket includes two drink tickets per person for the reception, a formal dinner, and entertainment.

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Westminster, Carroll Hospital Auxiliary Spring Fashion Show (4/6): Rocking the Runway festivities include a collaboration of fabulous fashions from Boscov’s, The Candy Striper Gift Shop, and The Wellness Boutique.

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Westminster, Egg Hunt 2017 - Town Mall, Westminster (4/1): The 1st Annual Tots2Tweens Egg Hunt is coming to TownMall on April 1st from 11am to 3pm. By bringing the event indoors we have eliminated the need to worry about the weather!

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Westminster, Phil Wiggins/Eleanor Ellis (4/1): Two giants of the Piedmont blues come together for a night of exceptional music.

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Westminster, The Carroll County Forestry Board Backyard Buffer Workshop (4/8): This half day workshop addresses the importance of planting tree and shrub seedlings adjacent to water bodies.

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Westminster, Walk a Mile In Her Shoes (4/8): Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is an annual fundraiser held by Rape Crisis Intervention Service (RCIS). The proceeds directly benefit RCIS and help us continue offering free and confidential services

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Westminster, Wee-cycle Mart Carroll County Spring/Summer 2017 (3/31 - 4/2): This event is a Huge Kids Consignment Sale - everything from maternity to teens! Over 30,000 NEW and like items from Maternity to Teens.

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Whiteford, Easter Egg Hunt at Applewood Farm (4/1): Please come and join us on April 1st at Applewood Farm. Looking forward to seeing you there!

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