Jewish Baltimore Bike Tour

Jewish Museum of Maryland
Sunday, October 18

This bike tour rides through the several neighborhoods of South Baltimore, East Baltimore and Bolton Hill looking at the remaining Jewish sites that tell the history of the Jewish Baltimore. Participants will see neighborhoods that seem anchored in time and others that are experiencing dramatic changes. Learn about the immigration history of Jewish Baltimore.

Contact: 
Simone Ellin

Victorian Fun Fair (former Ye Olde Kids Fest)

B&O Railroad Museum
Saturday, October 17 - Sunday, October 18

For kids of every age! Explore Victorian home entertainment: toys, conundrums, parlor games and crafts.

Contact: 
Stefanie Hare

Fell's Point Oyster Festival

Broadway, on the waterfront
Saturday, October 17 - Sunday, October 18

Fell's Point's nautical spirit is on display for three days of music, food, drink and the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay at the Annual Fell's Point Oyster Festival. Stroll the stalls of craftsmen and vendors while slurping salty oysters and sipping a beer, and imagine yourself stepping back in time to the era of the sailors and  pirates who first roamed this ancient shipbuilding neighborhood.

Cadette and Leadership Program for Brownies and Juniors

National Museum of Dentistry
Saturday, October 17

Discover the power of a healthy mouth and body, connect with women in the dental field to learn about careers, and take action teaching.

Contact: 
Amy Pelsinsky

The Whispers

Lyric Opera House
Saturday, October 17

One of R&B music's most beloved and consistently popular vocal groups, The Whispers, began their legendary and timeless career in 1963. Twin brothers Walter and Wallace Scott joined with friends Nicholas Caldwell, Marcus Hutson, and Gordy Harmon to form a local singing group. They perfected their tight harmonies on the street corners in the Watts section of Los Angeles and in nightclubs in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area.

Phone: 
410-783-8000

Russian Festival

Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church - 1723 East Fairmount Avenue
Friday, October 16 - Sunday, October 18

Celebration of the Russian community.

Contact: 
Arte Lisowski
Phone: 
410-276-6171

Judy Kaye

CENTERSTAGE
Thursday, October 15 - Sunday, October 18

Tony Award-winner Judy Kaye returns after her huge success in CENTERSTAGE's 2008-09 season closer Souvenir. Her Broadway credits include Tony-nominated roles in Momma Mia! and Souvenir, plus Ragtime, On the Twentieth Century, and her Tony Award-winning role in The Phantom of the Opera.

Contact: 
Heather Jackson
Phone: 
410-986-4016

Ian Anderson

Lyric Opera House
Thursday, October 15

Widely recognized as the man who introduced the flute to rock music, Ian Anderson remains the crowned exponent of the popular and rock genres of flute playing. Ian also plays ethnic flutes and whistles together with acoustic guitar and the mandolin family of instruments, providng the acoustic textures which are an integral part of most of the Jethro Tull repertoire. He has recorded numerous, diverse solo albums and appears frequently in solo concerts.

Phone: 
410-783-8000

Heroes! Mortals and Myths in Ancient Greene

The Walters Art Museum
Sunday, October 11 - Sunday, January 03

Sometimes they are superhuman protagonists of ancient myths or modern fiction. Other times, they emerge in the form of average people who rise above the ordinary to help others, excel in competitions or display remarkable compassion. Using ancient Greek culture as a point of origin, this exhibition explores the inherent human need for heroes and descibes an extremely relevant cultural phenomena: the images of heroes mirror the values and cultural identity of their admirers.

Contact: 
Amy Mannarino

Under Armour Baltimore Running Festival

M&T Bank Stadium
Saturday, October 10

In seven short years, the Festival has become one of Baltimore's signature events as well as garnering national recognition as one of the top races in the United States. In addition, more than $3.6 million has been raised for charity as a result of the Running Festival and over $20 million is pumped into the local economy every year as a result of the event.

Contact: 
Corrigan Sports Enterprises
Phone: 
410-605-9381
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