Weekly Calendar 1/14/15-1/21/15

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CLUBS/CONCERTS

Wednesday 14

Baltimore Soundstage. Cage, Ceschi Ramos, Seez Mics, Butch Dawson, Drew Scott.

Bertha’s. Whale Show.

The Birchmere. The Psychedelic Furs.

Cat’s Eye Pub. Muleman Band.

The Crown. DaikonDaikon, New Neighbors, Known Ghost, Boat Water.

The Fillmore. Seether, Papa Roach, Kyng, Islander.

Germano’s Piattini. Coup De Bop.

Liam Flynn’s Ale House. Celtic Music Sessions.

9:30 Club. Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven; Alvin Risk, Kodak to Graph, Strike Stone, Rucca.

The Ottobar. The Toasters, Bumpin’ Uglies, The Players Band, The Evokatones.

Phaze 10. Rodney Kelley and Friends.

Rams Head On Stage. Aaron Freeman.

Red Maple. Sutra.

The Sidebar. Professional Victim, The Sharp Lads, Canker Blossom.

The Tin Roof. 98 Rock On Tap.

The Windup Space. DJ Tyler Quinn, Tyrant’s Hand, Ratmilk, Chatham, Old Indian.

Thursday 15

Baltimore Soundstage. Municipal Waste, Torche, Night Birds, War On Women, Old Lines.

Bertha’s. Jeff Reed Trio.

The Birchmere. Wynonna and Friends.

Cat’s Eye Pub. Speakers of the House.

Charm City Art Space. Mourning, Phantom Lanterns, Slowdeath, Further Than Further.

The Crown. Moist, Primovanhalen, Ratboiler, Skull Theft, Special People, No Way.

The 8x10. Sister Sparrow and The Dirty Birds.

Germano’s Piattini. Ultrafaux.

Joe Squared. Ampersand String Band, Deer Creek, Honey Boat.

9:30 Club. Wild Child, Pearl and The Beard, James Tillman.

The Ottobar. Connor Brendan and The Wild Hunt, Quincy Mumford and The Reason Why.

Phaze 10. Marcus Johnson.

Rams Head Center Stage. JJ Rup.

Rams Head On Stage. Cowboy Mouth.

Red Maple. Nature of the Beats.

The Sidebar. A389 XI Anniversary Show #1.

The Tin Roof. Skies In Chaos.

The Windup Space. Baltimore Boom Bap Society.

Friday 16 

An Die Musik. Chick Corea Tribute.

Baltimore Soundstage. Got Snow? Music Festival.

Bertha’s. The Juke Drivers.

The Birchmere. Eddie From Ohio, Pat McGee.

The Black Cat. People’s Blues of Richmond, M.H. and His Orchestra, Toxic Moxie.

Cat’s Eye Pub. Nothin’ But Trouble, Billy Thomson and Jeb Baynum.

The 8x10. Splintered Sunlight.

The Fillmore. Superflydisco, DJ Queenzeb.

Germano’s Piattini. New West Guitar Group.

Hard Rock Café. Hard Rock After Dark.

Joe Squared. Brad Gunson, The Dan Wallace Trio.

Mick O’Shea’s. Speakers of the House.

9:30 Club. Cowboy Mouth, All Mighty Senators; Mr Carmack, Djemba Djemba, Great Dane, Penthouse Penthouse.

The Ottobar. Girlfriend In A Coma, I’m The Man.

Phaze 10. The Rodney Kelley Jazz Experience.

Rams Head Center Stage. Steal The Sky.

Rams Head Live. Any Given Sin, Trust Divided, Lacrymal Exsanguination.

Rams Head On Stage. The Soul Serenaders, Fred Chapellier.

Red Maple. D.V.S., Operation Dankstar, Yams n Jams.

The Sidebar. A389 XI Anniversary Show #2.

The Tin Roof. Heads Up.

Saturday 17 

An Die Musik. Cesar Orozco.

Baltimore Soundstage. Noella DeVil, Stratus Fear, Area 301, Twelve Tides, SU The Clique, T-Lew, Yo From The Moon.

Bertha’s. June Star.

The Birchmere. Eddie From Ohio, Pat McGee.

The Black Cat. Reverend Horton Heat, Robert Gordon, Dale Watson, Rosie Flores.

Cat’s Eye Pub. Nothin’ But Trouble, Eddy and the Haskyls.

The 8x10. Beggar’s Banquet, Josephine Olivia.

Germano’s Piattini. Three For A Song.

Joe Squared. Indie Rock hosted by Adam Smith.

Metro Gallery. A389 XI Anniversary Bash.

Mick O’Shea’s. The Donegal X-Press.

9:30 Club. Super Diamond.

Phaze 10. April Sampe, Cut The Check.

Rams Head Center Stage. Garden State Radio.

Rams Head Live. Ten: A Tribute to Pearl Jam, RATM2.

Rams Head On Stage. Familiar Faces.

Red Maple. Deep Sexy Groove Saturdays.

Red Room. Bhob Rainey, Luminous All Kudler.

The Sidebar. The Great Heights Band, Silver Dollar Switchblade, Matt Pless, Richard Bacchus and The Luckiest Girls.

The Tin Roof. The Piranhas.

The Windup Space. Janus-Fest.

Sunday 18 

Bertha’s. June Star.

The Birchmere. Eddie From Ohio, Jake Armerding.

Cat’s Eye Pub. Steve Kraemer and the Bluesicians, Pete Kanaras and the Hi-Fliers.

The Fillmore. A$AP Ferg, YG, Mathias.

Germano’s Piattini. Maris Micker.

Looney’s Pub Canton. Looney’s Pub Sunday Fundays.

Metro Gallery. Karma To Burn, Sierra, Rhin.

9:30 Club. Reaction.

The Ottobar. The Best of Baltimore featuring Signs Point East.

Rams Head On Stage. Paul Reed Smith Band.

Red Maple. Professional Soul.

The Windup Space. Sarah Sullivan and the New Old Fashioneds.

Monday 19 

The Birchmere. Scott Bradlee and Postmodern Jukebox.

Cat’s Eye Pub. Phil Cunneff New Trio.

Liam Flynn’s Ale House. Gypsy jazz jam.

The Ottobar. 98 Rock’s “Noise In The Basement,” Constraint.

Tuesday 20 

The Birchmere. Kate Voegele, Leroy Sanchez

Cat’s Eye Pub. Chaz DePaolo Band.

9:30 Club. G-Eazy, Kehlani, Kool John, Jay Ant.

The Ottobar. The Rhett Walker Band, Milla Dawt Hniang, Save the Arcadian.

Rams Head Center Stage. Clones of Funk.

Red Maple. Salsa Night.

The Sidebar. The Silverites, The Stents.

Slainte Irish Pub and Restaurant. Irish Acoustic Session.

The Tin Roof. Harikaraoke Band and Gong Show.

The Windup Space. Bachelor Boys Showcase, Out Of Your Head Improvised and Experimental Music Collective.

Wednesday 21

Bertha’s. Baltimore Songwriters Association Songwriters Showcase.

Cat’s Eye Pub. Robert Frahm Trio.

The 8x10. Flow Tribe, Scrambled Greg.

The Fillmore. Marilyn Manson.

Liam Flynn’s Ale House. Celtic Music Sessions.

Metro Gallery. Kayo Dot, Genevieve, Naked.

The Ottobar. Four Year Strong, Comeback Kid, Expire, Handguns, Heart to Heart.

Phaze 10. April Sampe, Open Mic.

The Sidebar. Blackwolf Beach, The Combs, Ruby Bluff, Goldbug.

The Tin Roof. Dirt.

The Windup Space. Electric Shrine Open Mic, Meche Korrect, DJ K-Meta, Elon, Shaka Kondo.

Classical

Friday 16

Bruckner Symphony No. 8. The BSO performs Bruckner’s final symphony and Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 21. 8 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Sunday, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, 1212 Cathedral St., (410) 783-8000,bsomusic.org, $29-$84.

Dance & Dancing

Wednesday 14 

Adult Ballet Classes. Ongoing and open to all. Mondays and Wednesdays, Meadow Mill Athletic Club, 3600 Clipper Mill Road, (410) 235-7000, $13 drop-in. 

American Contra and Square Dancing. The Baltimore Folk Music Society will walk students through a range of New England, Southern Appalachian, and Celtic styles. 7:30 p.m., Lovely Lane Methodist Church, 2200 St. Paul St., bfms.org, $4-$13.

Argentine Tango Lessons. Everyone welcome to the entire series or just individual classes, and no experience is required. 7 p.m., Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 811 Cathedral St., theotherkiss.com, $12-$15.

Belly Dance Classes with R’aina. Learn the art of belly dance. 7:30 p.m., Homewood Friends Meeting House, 3107 N. Charles St., (410) 235-4438, $10.

Friday 16 

Ballroom Dance Lessons. Learn to waltz, rumba, tango, and more during these weekly dance lessons. 8 p.m., The Johns Hopkins University ROTC building, 3300 N. Charles St., (410) 599-3725, free.

Drop-in Swing Classes. Learn the basics every Monday and Friday. No registration required. 8-9 p.m., The Mobtown Ballroom, 859 Washington Blvd., (425) 218-8197mobtownballroom.com, lesson $5, dance $5.

Dance Performances

Wednesday 14 

“Dancing With The Stars” Live. The celebrity contestants of “Dancing With The Stars” perform mediocre to impressive routines on stage. 8 p.m., Patrica and Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric, 140 W. Mt. Royal Ave., (410) 900-1150lyricoperahouse.com, $35-$75.

STAGE

“Annie.” America’s favorite orphan returns to the stage for more classic showtunes, dancing, and mushiness. Jan. 20 - Feb. 1, Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center, 12 N. Eutaw St., (410) 837-7400france-merrickpac.com, $25-$95.

Chippendales. Vegas’ world-famous, all-male strip revue sings and thrusts their hearts out. Jan. 18, 9 p.m., Baltimore Soundstage, 124 Market Place, (410) 244-0057baltimoresoundstage.com, $35-$38.

“Elvis’ Birthday Fight Club.” “Elvis” and Kitty Glitter host six rounds of secret celebrity guest fights plus burlesque performances and contests. Jan. 17, 8 p.m., Creative Alliance at The Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave., (410) 276-1651creativealliance.org, $17-$20.

“InterLock.” Ira Levin’s psychological melodrama explores obsession and betrayal in a post-World War II romance. Through Feb. 8, Vagabond Players, 806 S. Broadway,(410) 563-9135vagabondplayers.org, $10-$20.

“Jekyll and Hyde.” In the musical adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic tale, a doctor battles his own maniacal evils. Through Feb. 8, Spotlighters Theater, 817 S. Paul St., (410) 752-1225spotlighters.org, $16-$20.

“Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman.” In the stage production inspired by the '70s soap opera parody, marketing messages take control of a housewife’s life. Through Feb. 8, The Chicken Box, 1 W. North Ave., (410) 925-4703,baltimoreannextheater.org, $7-$12.

“One Night In Miami...” In an imagined dramatization of a real gathering in Miami, Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown meet in a hotel room one night in 1964. Through Feb. 8, Center Stage, 700 N. Calvert St., (410) 332-0033, centerstage.org, $19-$59.

“References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot.” Upon the reunion of a young housewife and her military husband, the couple struggles with their emotional distance. Through Feb. 8, Single Carrot Theater, 2600 N. Howard St., (443) 844-9253, singlecarrot.com, $18-$25.

COMEDY

Thursday 15

Adam FerraraFrequently popping up on screens in theaters and at home, Ferrara has opened for George Carlin and performed for Barack Obama. Through Saturday, Magooby’s Joke House, 9603 Deereco Road, Timonium, (410) 252-2727, magoobys.com, $10.

Iliza Shlesinger. Shlesinger is not only the only female to hold the title of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing,” but is also the youngest winner. Through Saturday, Baltimore Comedy Factory, 5625 O’Donnell St., (410) 547-7798,baltimorecomedy.com, $17-28.

Saturday 17

Lewis BlackThe stand up favorite and frequent “Daily Show” performer takes the stage. 8 p.m., Patricia and Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at The Lyric, 140 W. Mt. Royal Ave., (410) 900-1150,lyricoperahouse.com, $45-$75.

ART

American Visionary Art Museum, 800 Key Highway. (410) 244-1900, avam.org. “Donald Pass: The Hope We Seek”, An exhibit of 13 works by the late British visionary artist that depict ethereal spirits and the afterlife in watercolor, charcoal, and other mixed-media. Through Feb. 22. The Visionary Experience: Saint Francis to Finster, Featuring artist Rev. Howard Finster, The Visionary Experience offers a perspective on some of the most important moments in history, invention, science, politics, and religion. Through Aug. 30.

Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive, (443) 573-1700, artbma.org. “Black Box: Anri Sala,” Sala demonstrates the horror of the siege of Sarajevo. Through Feb. 22. “Front Room: Dario Robleto,” The multidisciplinary artist’s sculptural installations dive into natural history, outer space, and family legacies. Through March 29. “On Paper: Alternative Realities,” 26 previously unexhibited prints by a selection of artists including Wangechi Mutu and Amy Cutler explore the visual language of pop culture. Through April 12.

Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., (410) 276-1651, creativealliance.org. “Richard Sober: Borrowed Earth,” The artist and poet combines painting and prose to communicate his personal responses to different locations, both real and imagined. Through Jan. 24. Mike McConnell and Janet Olney: “Spatial Conversations,” two local painters use color and mark to evoke abstract spatial relationships. Through Jan. 24.

Current Space, 421 N. Howard St., currentspace.com. “Is Anything Yet?” Jen Frost Smith, Madeleine Cutrona, and Thomas Brown delve into the greatest challenges faced by today’s young artists. Through Jan. 25.

E.M.P. Collective, 307 W. Baltimore St., empcollective.org. “Survey Says,” viewers can take an online survey to get matched with a local exhibiting artist. It’s basically Match.com for art buyers and artists. Through Jan. 24.

Full Circle Gallery, 33 E. 21st St., (410) 528-1868, fullcirclephoto.com. “Emulsion,” Works by Nelson Adlin and Ajay Malghan demonstrate different techniques of manipulating emulsion in photography. Through Jan. 17.

Gallery CA, 440 E. Oliver St., (410) 528-9239, galleryca.org. “Living Fields,” Through painting, drawing, and illustration, Shannon Durbin, Paige Vickers, Dingding Hu, Sarah Schneider, Ambyr Deanna, and T Marie Jacintho explore the storytelling aspects of visual narratives. Through Jan. 16.

Gallery 788, 3602 Hickory Ave., (202) 210-8361, g788.org. “Anything Goes,” The first show of the year features really anything. Through Feb. 1.

Goya Contemporary, Mill Center, Studio 214, 3000 Chestnut Ave., (410) 366-2001, goyacontemporary.com. “Jo Smail: Leaning Over the Edge of the Moon,” Jo Smail presents photographs taken during a recent four-month excursion to Florence, Italy, and paintings created upon her return to Baltimore. Through Jan. 28.

Guest Spot At The Reinstitute, 1715 N. Calvert St., (718) 541-9672, guestspot.org. “Terence Hannum: Decay,” Baltimore artist and member of local metal band Locrian presents new collages made from cassette tape. Through Jan. 17.

Leroy Merritt Center for the Art of Joseph Sheppard, 3501 E. University Blvd. Adelphi, (240) 582-2509, umuc.edu. “Joseph Sheppard: On a Grand Scale”, For a fifth time, UMUC’s Leroy Merritt Center will showcase works from world-renowned realist artist, Joseph Sheppard. Explore the large format paintings of the Owings Mills native and MICA alum through an exhibit featuring 21 of Sheppard’s portraits of rural and urban life, some of which span more than seven feet. Through Mar. 29.

Maryland Historical Society, 201 W. Monument St., (410) 685-3750, mdhs.org. “In Full Glory Reflected: Maryland During the War of 1812”, The Maryland Historical Society (MdHS) is retelling a dramatic story of the War of 1812 with 5,000 square feet of displays and more than 100 historic artifacts.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture, 830 E. Pratt St., (443) 263-1800, africanamericanculture.org. “For Whom It Stands: The Flag and the American People,” Portraits by Sheila Pree Bright show subjects posing with the American flag and demonstrating how they feel to be citizens of the U.S. Through Feb. 28.

School 33 Art Center, 1427 Light St., (443) 263-4350, school33.org. “Sometimes A Great Notion,” Randall Scott curates a show featuring the mixed media works of Neil Feather, Atsuko Chirikjian, Hannah Hiaasen, Scott Hazard, and Kung Chee Keong. Through March 21. “Self-Reflection,” Painter Steven Pearson explores “the noise of the infinite.” Through March 21. “Turn It On Again,” Wes Stitt maps mental repitition through a series of videos. Through March 21.

Terrault Contemporary, 1515 Guilford Ave., (336) 707-5511, terraultcontemporary.com. “Corrupt Images: Works by Andrew Laumann,” Baltimore born and bred artist and Dope Body member Andrew Laumann explores color abstraction through painting. Through Jan. 21.

The Walters Art Museum, 600 N. Charles St., (410)547-9000, thewalters.org. “From Rye to Raphael: The Walters Story,” The Walters celebrates its 80th birthday with artworks, artifacts, and never-before seen photographs of the Walters family. Through April 17. “ From Pen to Press: Experimentation and Innovation in the Age of Print,” A look at the hybrid works, new books, and odd experiments that came about during the early days of printing. Through April 12.

WORDS

Wednesday 14 

Warm Wednesdays. Open mic poetry hosted by Walter M. Jones. Wednesdays 8 p.m., The 5 Seasons, 830 Guilford Ave., (410) 207-9832, the5seasons.com.

Thursday 15 

J.M. Tyree and Elizabeth Kadetsky. Vogue’s “best under-the-radar reads” J.M. Tyree and Elizabeth Kadetsky discuss their recent fiction. 7 p.m., The Ivy Bookshop, 6080 Falls Road, 410) 377-2966, theivybookshop.com, free.

Poets and Pastries. A spoken word and poetry open mic featuring small plates, desserts, coffee, and tea. Hosted by Last Born Child. 8-10 p.m., Herb and Soul, 1702 Yakona Road, Parkville, (410) 668-1886,herbandsoul.net, $5.

Monday 19

Starts Here! An Ivy Bookshop Reading Series. Authors Jeffrey Condran, Kate Wyer, James Magruder, and Rosalia Scalia read from their work. 7 p.m., Artifact Coffee, 1500 Union Ave., (410) 377-2966,theivybookshop.com, free.

Wednesday 21

Nadia Hashimi: “The Pearl That Broke Its Shell.” Nadia Hashimi discusses her debut novel about two women, living a century apart in Kabul, who dress as boys in order to gain access to education. 7 p.m., Enoch Pratt Central Library, 400 Cathedral St., (410) 396-5430, prattlibrary.org, free.

BENEFITS

Wednesday 14 

Gay Bingo. This weekly event includes cash prizes and a progressive jackpot. Proceeds benefit the House of Ruth. Wednesdays 8:30 p.m., Club Hippo, 1 W. Eager St., (410) 547-0069, clubhippo.com, free. 

SkateFest 2015. Instead of getting hypothermia by rushing into the bay as part of the Polar Plunge, help the Special Olympics by ice skating. 6-8 p.m., Waterfront Partnership Ice Rink, 101 Pratt St., $5.

TALKS PLUS

Sunday 18

From Mississippi to Ferguson: Still Struggling For Racial Justice. Jewish civil rights activist Larry Rubin talks organizing and injustice. 10:30 a.m., Red Emma’s, 30 W. North Ave., (410) 230-0450, redemmas.org, free.

Monday 19

The Case For Reparations: A Discussion With Ta-nehisi Coates. In honor of Dr. King’s birthday, writer and Baltimore native Ta-Nehisi Coates discusses America’s moral debts. 5 p.m., Loyola University, McGuire Hall, 4501 N. Charles St., (410) 617-2261, loyola.edu, free.

SPECIAL EVENTS

Wednesday 14 

Trivia Happy Hour! Every Wednesday, come to Ottobar for Team Trivia Night, happy hour drink specials, and prizes. 7-9 p.m., The Ottobar, 2549 N. Howard St., (410) 662-0069, theottobar.com.

Thursday 15

Constellation Thursday Nights. Every Thursday night, visitors are able to walk through the galleries, visit the special exhibitions for free, and eat at the Q at the Walters cafe. 5-9 p.m., Walters Art Museum, 600 N. Charles St., (410) 547-9000, thewalters.org.

Monday 19

AVAM Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Celebrate MLK’s birthday with free admission to the museum, cake, music, workshops, and a performance by Keur Khaleyi African Dance Company. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., American Visionary Art Museum, 800 Key Highway, (410) 244-1900, avam.org, free.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration. Honor America’s most prominent Civil Rights leader with storytelling, a capella, drum and poetry performances, and a round table discussion about national healing after the racial injustices in Ferguson. Noon, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 E. Pratt St., (443) 263-1800, rflewismuseum.org, $5.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade. Floats, marching bands, and cheerleading squads make their way down Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. to celebrate Dr. King’s birthday. Noon – 2 p.m., Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. and Eutaw St., (410) 752-8632, promotionandarts.org, free.

LGBT

Wednesday 14

POZ Men. POZ Men is a peer support group for men who are HIV-positive. 7 p.m., GLCCB, 1000 Cathedral St.,(410) 777-8145, glccb.org, free.

Friday 16 

Bear Night. A night for the bear group in the Saloon. 9 p.m. - 1 a.m., Club Hippo, 1 W. Eager St., (410) 547-0069, clubhippo.com.

Saturday 17 

Sufficient As I Am (SAIM). A support group for LGBT youth and young adults. Youth are welcome to drop in and try out this long running program that features discussion sessions, special events, guest speakers, and trips. For ages 24 and under. Noon-3 p.m., GLCCB, 1000 Cathedral St., (410) 777-8145, glccb.org, free.

Monday 19 

Spot Light Mondays. Club Hippo hosts their weekly Spotlight Drag Show. 9 p.m., Club Hippo, 1 W. Eager St., (410) 547-0069, clubhippo.com, no additional fee.

Tuesday 20 

Showtune Video Madness. Enjoy singing to your favorite showtunes and musicals every Tuesday in the karaoke bar. 8 p.m., Club Hippo, 1 W. Eager St., (410) 547-0069, clubhippo.com.

Screens

Sunday 18

Pizza Party After Dark: “Frankenhooker” and “Basketcase.” Frank Henelotter’s twisted films will leave you delightfully disturbed. 7 p.m., The Wind-Up Space, 12 W. North Ave, (410) 244-8855, thewindupspace.com, free.

KIDS

Wednesday 14 

“Curious George: Let’s Get Curious!” Come along as Curious George inspires kids to explore math, science, and engineering through interactive play. Through Feb. 6, Port Discovery, 35 Market Place, (410) 727-8120,portdiscovery.org.

Saturday 17 

Train Ride to Mount Clare Museum House. Enjoy the Mount Clare Museum House at a discounted rate when you purchase a regular admission ticket to the B&O Railroad Museum. Saturday at 1 p.m., Sunday at 12:30 p.m., B&O Railroad Museum, 901 W. Pratt St., (410) 752-2490, borail.org, $5 adults, $4 kids 2-12, free for B&O members.

HEALTH & FITNESS

Wednesday 14 

Beginner Yoga. Students will be taught the basics of yoga including different poses and breathing techniques. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, Padma Yoga Studio, 1620 St. Agnes Lane, Gwynn Oak, (702) 343-1319, padmayogastudio.com, $15.

Hatha Yoga. Hatha yoga helps build inner and outer strength through a series of poses. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, Inn at the Colonnade, 4 W. University Parkway, (410) 235-5400, colonnadebaltimore.com, $15 for one class, $50 for six classes.

Friday 16 

Tai Chi for Seniors. Improves health and is recommended for improved balance, reducing the risk of falls. 10:30-11:30 a.m., Edward A. Myerberg Senior Center, 3101 Fallstaff Road, (410) 358-6856,myerbergseniorcenter.org, $90, members $60.

Saturday 17 

Baltimore Frontrunners and Walkers. Start your Saturday off with the Baltimore Frontrunners and Walkers, an LGBT group. Afterward, meet back up and have brunch at Panera. 8:45-11:15 a.m., Panera Bread, 3600 Boston St., baltimorefrontrunners.com, free.

Sunday 18 

Baltimore Insight Meditation. The Baltimore Insight Meditation group meets for a one hour meditation. 7 p.m., Universalus Community, 2-B Oakway Road, Timonium, universalusmonks.org, free.

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