What to do in Towson this weekend: Friday, Nov 18 - Sunday, Nov 20
t's the weekend before Thanksgiving! Time for making the final plans for your Turkey Day feast, picking up carry-out Thanksgiving dinner, or just enjoying the brisk fall weather.
Whatever your plans are this weekend, we have got you covered with fun events from around Towson!
On Saturday, Saint Mark's Episcopal Church will be hosting an Organ concert by world-renowned musician and scholar, Patrick Kabanda. Kabanda is a Juilliard-trained organist and Fletcher-trained international affairs professional. He received Juilliard's William Schuman Prize for outstanding achievement and leadership in music in 2003, and from 2012 to 2013 he was a Charles Francis Adams Scholar at The Fletcher School of Tufts University. Don't miss this chance to hear one of the world's preeminent organists!
Christ the King Church (CTK) is hosting a Christmas Bazaar this Saturday! This is an excellent opportunity to shop for early Christmas gifts! They offer everything from handmade items and jewelry to big-name brand products.
The Salvation Army still needs volunteers to pack grocery boxes for low-income seniors in the Baltimore area. If you're feeling like giving back to the local community, there are hundreds of low-income seniors in the Baltimore area who struggle to get to the grocery store and buy the essentials they need. This is an opportunity to help out while meeting like-minded individuals.
Finally, The 46th annual BAIC Pow Wow is this Saturday at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. Join the community for a Native American celebration of good Food, Culture, Heritage, Authentic Indigenous Crafts & Fun. There will be native dancers and drummers in regalia.
If you're not too busy making last-minute Thanksgiving plans this weekend stop by and check out these events!
7 things to do this weekend: Friday, Nov 18 - Sunday, Nov 20
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CTK Christmas Bazaar - Sat Nov 19 9:00 am
Christ the King Church
Come join us for our annual Christmas Bazaar! Shop early for Christmas gifts, from handmade to big-name brands. [more details]
- Sat Nov 19 2:00 pm
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church
You are invited to hear world renowned musician and scholar, Patrick Kabanda make Saint Mark’s Rodgers organ sing as he plays hymns and variations.
Patrick Kabanda is a Juilliard-trained organist and a Fletcher-trained international affairs professional. He received Juilliard's William Schuman Prize for outstanding achievement and leadership in music in 2003, and from 2012 to 2013 he was a Charles Francis Adams Scholar at The Fletcher School of Tufts University. He has performed at St. Paul… [more details]
2022 Epworth Holiday Craft & Baked Goods Bazaar - Sat Nov 19 9:00 am
Epworth United Methodist Church
The popular Epworth Church Holiday Bazaar returns on Saturday, November 19 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with one-of-a-kind, handmade crafts and baked goods for the holiday season! You’ll find lots of new items and seasonal favorites including:
- Craft vendors
- Pick-your-own homemade cookie assortments
- Handmade household goods and kitchen items
- Wood crafts
- Quilted items
- Holiday wreaths
- Handmade ornaments
- Unique holiday gifts
- Onsite hearing screenings by Hearing… [more details]
Hike & Yoga - Sat Nov 19 10:00 am
Cromwell Valley Park
We are giving mini retreat vibes as we step into our season of gratitude. Explore fall colors and change in nature during the hike and yoga. Be sure to come dressed in your fave fall colors!Treat Yo’ Self and add-on gift bags from Two Twenty Two Supply including all organic, herbal tea blends and extra SURPRISE goodies. Hot herbal teas from Two Twenty Two Supply will also be available for sale prior and after the hike! For further information please visit Two Twenty Two website , about herbal… [more details]
46th Annual BAIC Pow Wow - Healing for our Community
- Sat Nov 19 11:00 am
Maryland State Fairgrounds
Join us for Native American celebration of good Food, Culture, Heritage, Authentic Indigenous Crafts & Fun. There will be native dancers and drummers in regalia. Event will be held indoors at 4-H/Home Arts Building. Building is handicap accessible. [more details]
Volunteers Needed to Pack Grocery Boxes for Low Income Seniors - Sat Nov 19 12:00 pm
Salvation Army Warehouse
Are you ready to make a difference? The Salvation Army of Central Maryland needs your help to pack grocery boxes for vulnerable seniors.The Salvation Army of Central Maryland needs your help to combat poverty, hunger, and frequent starvation of vulnerable seniors living in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Many of our seniors are running on limited funds, homelessness, and lack of mobility (or even support) to get food.Our goal with our "Grab n' Go' Grocery Food program is to feed over 2,800… [more details]
FREE at the Howard County Center for the Arts: Military veteran classical actors perform an original work derived from Shakespearean plays, portraying universal experiences of soldiers throughout time. - Sat Nov 19 7:00 pm
The Howard County Center For The Arts
Olive Branch & Laurel Crown — the veterans acting ensemble at the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) — is reviving their original play To Be A Soldier, previously performed to great acclaim at the annual conference of the international Shakespeare Theater Association in January, and at CSC in Baltimore, in March.To Be A Soldier portrays universal realities of war faced throughout the history of humanity. The play’s five acts reveal and examine: political events that lead to war, alliances and… [more details]
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