TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Thanksgiving Treat Sampling!
Prigel Family Creamery – Enjoy a day of Sampling! Yogurt, Ice Cream Pie, Chocolate Milk galore! A variety of our products will be available for the tasting! Add something local to your Thanksgiving menu! 12-3pm
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 12:00 PM
Trans Day of Remembrance(TDOR) Potluck
LGBTQ Resources - UMBC Student Life – In recognition of Transgender Day of Remembrance, Spectrum will be gathering together with food, community, and support. The "main dish" will be provided by the Women's Center and Mosaic Center and we're encouraging Spectrum members to bring other snacks, desserts, or drinks to give the space a true potluck feel. Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. This potluck event is an opportunity for new and returning participants of Spectrum to come together as a community to remember those who have passed in addition to practicing self-care and taking care of each other. The Women's Center is located on the ground floor of The Commons - by the Yum Shop. Spectrum is sponsored by the Women’s Center and the Mosaic Center. For further information please contact us at womenscenter@umbc.edu and/or mosaic@umbc.edu.
 
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    Monday Nov 20 - Dec 23 @ 2:00 PM
Christmas Tree Sales
White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company – The White Marsh Volunteer Fire Company is hosting its annual Christmas Tree sales, starting November 20th until we run out of supplies. Come visit us for all of your Christmas needs: -Frasier Fir Trees (4ft to 12ft) -Decorated and Un-decorated wreaths -Swags -Roping (Frasier Fir and White Pine) -Tree Stands -Tree Bags *M-F 2pm to 9pm Sa/Su 9am-9pm *We are working with Santa, to see if he will be visiting us on the weekends for photos. *Please park at our fire station and all tree sales are to the rear of the fire station. *All proceeds benefit the White Marsh VFC. Our members sell the trees, so money goes directly into the community we serve. *We accept cash, credit, and check.
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Sold Out - Waiting List - Wine Bottle Painting
Spirited Sisters Studio – What a wonderful reason to drink wine! Come let us show you how to turn that empty wine bottle into a functional work of art. We supply instructions and all supplies. Including an empty frosted wine bottle drilled with a hole for the string of lights that will also be included in the ticket price. $30
 
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    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Family Craft Night: Christmas Ornaments
The Church at Severn Run – The Creative Team is hosting a ornament craft night for parents and kids! Help us decorate our building by taking broken things and making them beautiful! Learn a lesson about how Jesus takes us, as broken as we can be, and turns us into his beautiful child. Your ornaments will be on display throughout the Christmas Season and then you will be able to take them home after the New Year. We would love if you would also RSVP at: https://severnrun.ccbchurch.com/event_list.php#events/1974/occurrence/20171120 and include how many kids you plan to bring so we can set up enough spaces. If you have questions contact Bonni Mace at bonni@severnrun.com.
 
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    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Coffee and Canvas
Chick-fil-A Johns Hopkins Road – Join us for our Coffee and Canvas event Monday, November 20th! Participants, ages 18 and older, will follow step-by-step instructions from Abrakadoodle Art to transform a blank canvas into a masterpiece. Dinner will include a selection from our menu as well as free refills on beverages, and of course unlimited COFFEE. Spots are limited so register today! We can't wait to see you there! Find more details about our event or register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/coffee-and-canvas-tickets-39699447115
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Parenting the Anxious Child hosted by City Neighbors Charter
City Neighbors Hamilton – Please join City Neighbors Charter School for a chat with Melissa Lee, MD on Parenting the Anxious Child. The event starts promptly at 6:30 at CNCS, Hightman Hall 4301 Raspe Ave. This is an adult event. Please contact CNCS principal Katie Seidl at 410-325-2627 by Friday November 17 if childcare is needed.
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 6:30 PM
Parenting the Anxious Child hosted by City Neighbors Charter
City Neighbors Hamilton – Please join City Neighbors Charter School for a chat with Melissa Lee, MD on Parenting the Anxious Child. The event starts promptly at 6:30 at CNCS, Hightman Hall 4301 Raspe Ave. This is an adult event. Please contact CNCS principal Katie Seidl at 410-325-2627 by Friday November 17 if childcare is needed.
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
Fit For A King & In Hearts Wake
Baltimore Soundstage – Fit For A King & In Hearts Wake w/ Like Moths to Flames, Phinehas and Artifacts November 20th | Baltimore Soundstage Grab tickets here: http://www.baltimoresoundstage.com/event/1545433
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:00 PM
ORNC Council Speaker Series – This is Birdland
Oregon Ridge Nature Center – Oregon Ridge Nature Center Council Speaker Series – This is Birdland: How building design and light affects migratory birds in Baltimore Lindsay Jacks, Director of Lights Out Baltimore Monday, November 20; 7 - 8 p.m. Join Lights Out Baltimore, director, Lindsay Jacks to learn about this group of concerned birdwatchers from the Baltimore Bird Club. She'll talk about the toll lights and windows play on birds and LOB's goal to make Charm City safe for migratory birds by turning out decorative lighting in the city during peak migration seasons. Adults FREE – Donations appreciated. No registration required.
 
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    Monday Nov 20 @ 7:30 PM
XJAM
Baltimore Improv Group – XJAM is an improv jam for women, transgender, non-binary, and gender nonconforming performers. If you're an improv newbie or a seasoned performer, come on out and play! You don’t need to sign up ahead of time, and you won’t know who you’re playing with until you get on stage. We start with a big group warm up. Then, hosts will call out for a number of people and will give them a unique format, input or challenge. They'll have 5 or 10 minutes to play, depending on the number of people to attend, and then we’ll do it again with a different group! If you have a format you’d like to try, you will take the reins and host that set. We’ll end with a big montage for anyone who didn’t get a chance to play. Sign-up starts at 7:15pm.
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 @ 8:25 PM
Catch Every Game with NFL Sunday Night Ticket at Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill
Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill – Catch Every Game with NFL Sunday Night Ticket at Rams Head Tavern Savage Mill
 
TODAY
    Monday Nov 20 - Nov 21 @ 9:00 PM
Metal Monday - Upstairs at Ottobar
Ottobar – Every Monday night upstairs at Otobar! 'Metal Monday' - DJ's spin Thrash, Death, Stoner, Doom, Classic Metal, & More! Plus, special theme nights, movies, drink specials, ticket giveaways to area metal shows, etc! 2-4-1 drinks 9pm-11pm!
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 - Dec 4 @ 10:00 AM
Pop-Up Installation by Master Balloon Artist HongSeok Ko
American Visionary Art Museum – The American Visionary Art Museum (AVAM) is proud to host a special, one-time pop-up installation by blind, South Korean artist HongSeok Ko Tuesday, November 21 – December 2017. Ko began losing his eyesight at the young age of 19. But before going blind, he began twisting balloons. Largely self-taught, this master balloon artist has exhibited around the Asia Pacific region, bringing joy wherever his sculptures appear. Now, he visits AVAM during the week of Thanksgiving 2017 under the generous auspices of the South Korean government. Inspired by the museum's current mega exhibition, The Great Mystery Show, Ko will build a wholly original balloon sculpture at AVAM that will be on public view through December 2017 in the museum’s Dame Anita Roddick Tall Sculpture Barn. This will be Ko's first installation in the continental US. It coincides with other Thanksgiving fun at AVAM! Bazaart Holiday Art Market Friday, November 24, 12pm–6pm & Saturday, November 25, 10am–6pm. Free Browse original creations by regional artists and craftspeople offering painting, sculpture, paper crafts, metalwork, jewelry, textiles, mixed media, and other work that simply defies categorization! Weekend Walk-In: Bot Shop Saturday, November 25, 1pm–4pm $5 plus museum admission Bring new life to recycled and found objects and create a reclaimed robot!
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 11:00 AM
Build your own PB&J
UMBC Dining Services – We're customizing everyone's favorite sandwich today during lunch form 11am-2pm!
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 4:00 PM
Chipotle Fundraiser for First Grade Field Trips!
Patterson Park Public Charter School – PPPCS' first grade is having a Chipotle fundraiser to raise money for field trips! Come in to the Chipotle at 2400 Boston Street in Baltimore on Tuesday, November 21st between 4:00pm and 8:00pm. Bring in this flyer, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Patterson Park Public Charter School!!
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 5:00 PM
Ari Harmony | RED
Hotel RL Baltimore Inner Harbor by Red Lion – Ari Harmony | RED Primarily singing since the age of 13, Ari Harmony Music has been on the go with performing everywhere she can. She moved to Brooklyn, NY in October 2013 to pursue her music career. She has performed at legendary venues such as Village Underground, and many others. Still growing in followers, she has gained quite the views and grabs attention when performing with her band, Noble Vines. You can feel her genuine love for people and her passion in music merging together on and off the stage. Leaving memorable impressions is her goal. !Her hit new single “RED” is now available! Website http://ariharmonymusic.com/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ariharmonymusic iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1082180856?ls=1&app=itunes
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 - Dec 19 @ 6:00 PM
Iconic Masters Sealed League
Games and Stuff – Each event just $6! (Does not include boosters for players’ card pools) Week 1, players build a 30-card deck from the contents of three booster packs (and any number of basic lands) and participate in open play with other league participants. Each week before playing, participants can purchase and add one booster pack to their card pool. Additionally, with each third loss, players can purchase another pack for their card pool. (This is optional and balances the league over the course of its four weeks.) Week 5, bringing you deck play for casual play is encouraged, but you’re more than welcome to just hang out and eat pizza! Prizes will be handed out at each week’s event. Before leaving for the night, show the judge your record sheet. If you have a winning record, you get a free pack of Iconic Masters. If not, you get a free promo card! Prizes each week, and an additional draft set of Iconic Masters packs set to the league winner! The winner is determined by averaging the win percentages of a player’s best three weeks during which they played at least three opponents. If you miss one of the four weekly events, don’t worry! If you can’t manage to get in three one-game matches in a night, you can meet with another player to get in addition games any time before the next event. Questions? Email parker@gamesandstuffonline.com
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 6:30 PM
MewithoutYou [A–>B] Life 15 Year Tour w/ Pianos Become The Teeth
Baltimore Soundstage – mewithoutYou Pianos Become The Teeth Slow Mass ALL AGES It is no mistake that mewithoutYou have become one of today’s most fascinating experimental rock acts. The last 15 years have borne witness to the Philadelphia five-piece exercising stylistic evolutions and aerial dynamics with humbling dexterity and untamed ambition. At their roots may be a theatrical progressive punk/post-hardcore band, but they’ve never been content to remain comfortably within a familiar genre. Their continuous multi-directional movements have left them increasingly difficult to classify, the growth of their branches impossible to predict. The group’s sixth full-length album, Pale Horses, is the best evidence to date of their eclectic agility. The one constant in mewithoutYou's storied career has been lead singer Aaron Weiss' ability to sketch ornate, thought-provoking narratives. Seamlessly weaving his signature holler amidst whispered storytelling and stream-of-consciousness outpourings, his latest offerings vacillate between the emotionally wracked, vibrantly symbolic, and ambiguously metaphysical. His meandering, technicolor vision of a world apocalyptic—populated with werewolves and vulturemen, shape-shifters and apparitions, android whales and an Idaho bride—combines the fantastic opulence of the group’s recent albums with the vulnerable personal confessions of their earliest work. Longtime band-mates Mike Weiss, Rickie Mazzotta and Greg Jehanian continue to craft dramatic, nightmare soundscapes which lavishly complement their singer’s ecstatic hallucinations. The addition of Brandon Beaver (of Buried Beds, the Silver Ages) allows the group as a 5-piece to revisit its earlier intricate, layered fretwork, while adding new depths of vocal harmonies and ever-peculiar arrangements. Musically, the group hearkens boldly to the raw intensity of 2004's Catch for Us the Foxes, while building on the rich imagery of 2006's Brother, Sister. Epic in scope, Pale Horses is mewithoutYou at their best, breathing fresh life into the end times, gloriously terrifying and hauntingly iconic. Their latest album also marks a new beginning for the band, as it's their first to be released on Run for Cover Records. Teaming with the rising Boston independent label was the outgrowth of their partnership with Will Yip, whose masterful production transforms the band’s transcendental musings into a widescreen experience. Drums and bass lines quake with the faults of the earth, as an army of guitars and multi-instrumental nuances ring in the paranoia, mass hysteria and peaceful exaltation. The result is a stunning collage— fitfully disturbing, steadily bizarre, uniquely celebratory—undoubtedly the grandest musical adventure yet conceived within mewithoutYou’s expanding tapestry.
 
TOMORROW
    Tuesday Nov 21 @ 7:00 PM
Sold Out - Sip & Paint a Snowman Slate at the Bushmill Tavern
Spirited Sisters Studio – There's always something happening at the Bushmill Tavern and Spirited Sisters Studio is coming to make ART happen. Paint one of the three designs on a re-purpose slate roofing tile. Artist Kathy Smith will show how easy it is to create a fun whimsical snowman. The slate will be ready to hang with a leather strap that is included in the price and the Bushmill Tavern is offering a complimentary glass of wine to help lubricate the creative process. Tickets are available online $30.