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This morning we received a gift I opened a contribution that was made in honor of the return to live events. What a terrific sentiment. Even though most of us are proceeding with an abundance of caution, the number of events and celebrations are soaring.
Looking for holiday cheer and the chance to shop local while supporting creatives? At the risk of leaving many out, here are some ideas for your weekend and beyond culled from GBCA’s Culture Fly events calendar:.
Station North Holiday Markets takes place this Saturday, November 27 in the Y Not Lot at the corner of North Avenue and Charles Street
Howard County Arts Council’s Maker-Mart and Juried Holiday Market starts December 2.
For some hot music, our friends at An Die Musik never disappoint. Check out their line-up for this weekend here.
Did you know that the Made in Baltimore shop has a new home that just opened up in Remington?
A short trip down to the Inner Harbor will transport you to the Christmas Village in Baltimore.
And congratulations to ArtCentric on its opening of Dream Girls at Baltimore Center Stage! The show continues through the weekend, so don’t miss it. The gowns alone will blow your mind!
It is impossible to list all of the amazing upcoming events, including those you can still see virtually. For a fuller idea of what’s waiting for you, visit CultureFly.org and make your choice from the many offerings of the region’s best in the arts and culture scene!
All my best,