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January 2013

Sculpture Exhibit Opens • free

  St. John’s College opens the Mitchell Gallery today after a long winter break with colorful steel sculptures by David Hayes, who is known for sculptures that reflect forms in nature and the human figure. Forty works from Hayes’ 60-year career are on exhibit thru February 17. Tu-Su noon-5pm at St. John’s College: 410-626-2556; www.stjohnscollege.edu. 

Pizza at Honey’s Harvest

  Enjoy homemade Italian bread pizza, beer and wine at Honey’s Harvest Market & Deli’s pizza night, every Fri. 4-7:30pm at Honey’s Harvest, 7150 Lake Shore Dr., Rose Haven: 410-257-7757; www.honeysharvest.com.

Museum Workshop

  Museums and libraries learn how to be more inclusive as community centers for dialogue from Susie Wilkening of Reach Advisors and Jack Tchen from Museum of Chinese in America. Lunch served. 10am-4pm at Historic London Town and Garden, Edgewater. $25 w/discounts; rsvp: 410-222-1919; www.historiclondontown.org. 

Almost 7:30 Democratic Breakfast

  Hear John Woolums talk about Maryland educational system. 7:30-8:45am at Eastport Democratic Club, Chester Ave. and State St., Annapolis. $6: 410-263-2022.

Colonial Players’ Shipwrecked!

  Three actors play 100 roles and handle sound effects, scenery and props to bring Louis de Rougemont back to life in a 19th century comedy of surviving shipwreck and living with Aboriginals. Playing thru Jan. 26. ThF 8pm; Sa 2:30pm & 8pm; Su 7:30pm at Colonial Players Theatre, 108 East St., Annapolis. $20 w/discounts: 410-268-7373; www.cplayers.com.

Bay Theatre’s The Foursome

  "If you long to crack open a few beers and play verbal tackle over a friendly wager, then this is the play for you,” writes Bay Weekly reviewer Jane Elkin of Bay Theatre Company’s The Foursome, wherein four old schoolmates reunited for golf do a lot of catching up. Read the full review at bayweekly.com, under the arts & culture menu. This weekend is your last chance. Th-Sa 8pm; Su 2pm at Bay Theatre Company, 275 West St., Annapolis. $35-$45; rsvp: 410-268-1333;www.baytheatre.org.

Resolved to lose weight this year? To eat healthier? Tackle the topic this Friday, January 11, when the Annapolis Community Health Initiative hosts a tasting, movie and discussion on healthful eating at the Pip Moyer Recreation Center in Annapolis.     Start the evening by tasting local chefs’ presentations of food that’s good and good for health.

KIDS Times at the Library

  Annapolis Library: 410-222-1750 • 9:30am & 11am: Preschoolers wear beach gear for music and activities. Prince Frederick Library: 410-535-0291 • 9:30-9:50am: Ages up to 2 hear stories, songs;rsvp. • 10-10:30am: 2- to 3-year-olds practice listening skills and crafts;rsvp. • 10:45-11:30am: Stories, songs and crafts for families;rsvp.

KIDS Times at the Library

  Annapolis Library: 410-222-1750 • 9:30am & 11am: Preschoolers wear beach gear for music and activities. Broadneck Library: 410-222-1905 • 10am: Ages 2 to 5 hear stories. Edgewater Library: 410-222-1538 • 10am: Babies to 2 years hear stories and songs. • 11am: Ages 2 to 5 hear short stories. Prince Frederick Library: 410-535-0291

KIDS Times at the Library

  Tuesday January 8 Fairview Library, Owings: 410-257-2101 • 9:30-9:50am: Babies to 2-years hear stories and songs;rsvp. • 10-10:30am: 2- to 3-year-olds practice listening skills and crafts;rsvp. • 11-11:45am & 1-1:45pm: Stories, songs and crafts for families;rsvp. Prince Frederick Library: 410-535-0291 • 9:30-9:50am: Babies and toddlers up to 2 hear short stories, songs and more;rsvp.