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  • OPEN HOUSES AND TOURS

    OPEN HOUSES AND TOURS
    20th Annual Symphony of Lights. Head to the scenic woods of Columbia for a drive-through tour of 70 large holiday light displays. Through Jan. 5, Symphony Woods, intersection of Broken Land Parkway and Hickory Ridge Road, Columbia, (410) 740-7666,hcgh.org/symphonyoflights, $20 per car or van up to 8 passengers, $45 for commercial vans and minibuses seating 9 to 24 people, and $125 for buses exceeding 24 passengers.
  • MUSIC

    MUSIC
    30th Annual Merry Tuba Christmas. Come hear over 200 musicians—tuba and euphonium players—perform holiday music. Dec. 7, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Harborplace Amphitheater, Light and Pratt streets, (410) 332-4191, baltimore.to/amphitheater. A Celtic...

    SHOPPING

    SHOPPING
    A Rock ’N’ Roll Art and Craft Sale. Get some holiday shopping done to the sweet sounds of Andy Bopp, Robert Mitchel, and Justin Kalnasy. Dec. 14 noon-6 p.m., Gallery 788, 3602 Hickory Ave., (202) 210-8361, g788.org. Annual Holiday Greens...

    Charles Village/Waverly

    Charles Village/Waverly
    Alizée 4 W. University Parkway, (443) 449-6200, alizeebaltimore.com $$$, B, L, D, Br, P This American bistro describes its bar as trendy, but if you let that dissuade you, you’ll be missing out on the prix-fixe brunch ($22 with main courses like...

    The Art Scene

    The Art Scene
    The city’s art scene may not get the same level of national attention as the music scene but it is every bit as vibrant. And with the planned extension of the Station North Arts District, the new Bromo Tower Arts and Entertainment District on the...