Weekend's Best Bets
Feb 03, 2012 06:52PM ● Published by Anonymous
On Friday, the Annapolis Wind Symphony will kick off the new First Fridays at First Presbyterian concert series in a program featuring works by Vaghan Williams, Respighi, and more. The event begins at 8 p.m., and ends around 9:30 p.m.
As Maryland's only philanthropic professional arts organization, it's fitting that the AWS' performance will benefit the a local charity. All $20 of the price of admission will go directly toward the Winter Relief Homeless Shelter. To date, the AWS has raised over $14,000 for non-profits in Anne Arundel County.
If, however, you're going to find yourself on the Shore this weekend, then you may want to make a trip to St. Michaels.
At the town's branch of the Talbot County Free Library, Mr. James Lane will present a discussion entitled "Marsh, Maroons and Mariners: Identity and Community on Delmarva," which will revolve around traditional maritime culture, community identity, and sustainability.
A trained ethnographer and community scholar, Lane has worked with professional folklorists, oral historians, writers, and local communities throughout the mid-Atlantic. His presentation will take place on Saturday at 2 p.m.
Visit Tcfl.org or call 410-745-5877 to find out more.
Looking to get out a little bit before you hunker down for the big game? Head to D.C.
Each two-hour showcase features 6-8 films and three live stand-up routines. So, whether you're interested in a brief visit or you're in for something more, you'll have the chance to get to one of five different showtimes to experience 38 films and 10 comics.
A hilarious combination, the weekend-long event is sure to have something for everyone.