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June 2013

Student Art Show • free

Over 120 student-artists showcase their art, music, dance and photography at the exhibit of work done with Creating Communities Art Mentorship Academy, which helps struggling kids nurture their art talents. 11am at Maryland Hall, Annapolis: 

Estuarine Center Open House • free

Morgan State University Estuarine Research Center celebrates its 10th anniversary with an open house. Heavy hors d’oeuvres served. 11am at the Research Center, Jefferson Patterson Park, St. Leonard: 410-586-9700 x5200;; 

KIDS Christian Story Time

Ages 4-7 enjoy Christian stories, sing-alongs and a light lunch. 11am-1pm at Centenary United Methodist, Shady Side. rsvp: 410-867-1675;

KIDS Christian Story Time

Ages 4-7 enjoy Christian stories, sing-alongs and a light lunch. 11am-1pm at Centenary United Methodist, Shady Side. rsvp: 410-867-1675;

Almost 7:30 Democratic Breakfast

Democrats break bagels and hear Hank Greenberg on the American Association of Retired Persons. 7:30-8:45am at Eastport Democratic Club, Chester Ave. and State St., Annapolis. $6: 410-263-2022.

Summer Garden’s [title of show]

Follow two aspiring but struggling writers thru the gauntlet of creative self-expression as they write and produce an original show in three weeks in director Rachael Murray’s debut show at Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre [title of show] (yes, that’s it’s name). Opening this weekend; playing thru July 20. Th-Su8:30pm at Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre, 143 Compromise St. $20: 410-268-9212;

Last Weekend for Always … Patsy ClineAir • free

“Always … Patsy Cline offers remarkable singing and terrific acting in the service of country legend,” writes Bay Weekly reviewer Davina Hill Grace of Infinity Player’s story of country star Patsy Cline and her best friend, single-mom Louise Seger. Read the full review under the arts & culture tab at Playing thru June 30. Th 2pm & 7pm; FSa 8pm; Su2pm at Children’s Theatre of Annapolis, Bay Head Park, 1661 Bay Head Rd., Annapolis.

Last Chance for Taking Steps

More than entertaining, Colonial Players Taking Steps addresses serious commitment issues,” writes Bay Weekly reviewer Jane Elkin about the farce following two couples, a realtor and a ghost. Read the full review at under the arts & culture tab. Playing thru June 29. Th-Sa 8pm at Colonial Players, 108 East St., Annapolis. $20: 410-268-7373; 

Colonial Craft Day at the Mount Clare Museum House Stable

Event Date:  July 27, 2013 - 10:00am - 3:00pm Mount Clare Museum House is hosting a Colonial Craft Day at Mount Clare Stable in Carroll Park. Participants travel back to colonial times to apply their skills in making items that were necessary in the use of everyday life. They will learn how to write a letter with a quill pen, make a clothes pin doll, assemble a lantern and even try to master the skill of colonial stitchery. In addition to making crafts, colonial artisans will be on site to demonstrate Theorem Painting and spinning. Live colonial music provided throughout the day. Location Mount Clare Museum House 1500 Washington Blvd, Carroll Park Baltimore, MD 21230 United States See map: Google Maps

Your Fireworks Guide

Saturday June 29   The Hollywood Volunteer Fire Department kicks off the festivities. Enjoy live music and carnival rides through the afternoon. Then find a seat for the fireworks at dusk. Carnival starts at 6pm; fireworks at 9pm at Fire Department, 24801 Three Notch Rd., St. Mary’s County: 240-9257863: