6-22-11: Maryland Morning Culture Calendar
Public reception, The Nature of Things featuring artist John Ruppert, Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore, 6 pm
Lawn Concert with Unified Jazz Ensemble, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Annapolis 6 pm
Wednesday, 6-22, and Thursday, 6-23
“Nothing Like a Dame: The Women of Rodgers and Hammerstein,” performed by the cabaret singer Amy Alvarez, An die Musik in Baltimore, 8 pm
Panel Discussion: Hands on the Freedom Plow, Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC, Part II, Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture in Baltimore, 7 pm
Saturday, 6-25, and Sunday, 6-26
31st Annual Latino Festival, Patterson Park in Baltimore, 12 pm, both days
Public reception and sale, Public Easels in Frederick, The Delaplaine Arts Education Center in Frederick, 3 pm
Next Wednesday, 6-29
The one-year anniversary of the Maryland Morning Screen Test. Happy hour and birthday party at 5 pm, interview and film screening with Baltimore filmmaker Michael Lawrence at 7 pm. The Windup Space in Baltimore.
Wide Angle Youth Media is collecting stories of public transit in Baltimore, for a project called “MTA Stories.” Tell them the best ones you’ve got, by calling and recording a message on their hotline by June 30th. The number is 877-525-8237.
Alternatively, if you prefer to get places by running, June 30th is also the deadline to register for the Maryland CASA Association’s team that will participate in the upcoming Baltimore Running Festival. Runners will have the chance to raise funds and awareness for the association, which works to ensure that every abused child in Maryland has a safe, permanent home.