With 50 great participating restaurants, Baltimore County Restaurant Week features the variety to suit every taste and budget. From fine dining and fusion to family dining and pubs, you can enjoy 16 days of diverse “meals and deals.”
At the Hampton Mansion, Baltimore County’s only National Historic Site, experience two historic programs that take you back in history and tell the story of people – enslaved African Americans, European indentured servants, industrial and agricultural workers, and owners in the early 1800s.
On January 11, Park Ranger Anokwale will take you on a 90-minute journey through the Hampton mansion, ice house and octagon house foundation for “Servitude at Hampton: In Black and White.” Learn how the enslaved African Americans made the Hampton owners’ lavish lifestyle possible during “The Hampton Plantation: Overseer’s House, Slave Quarters” tour on January 31. Admission and parking are free for both programs
Tour Baltimore County’s Heavy Seas Brewery and learn how your favorite beer is made. The tours are free and open to all ages, but you must be 21 years of age to drink. A souvenir pint glass that includes five beer samples costs just $5. Tours are held most Saturdays at the Halethorpe location, so make a reservation now.
The Tap Room is open Wednesday through Friday, 3 to 8 p.m., and Saturdays from noon to 8 p.m., so stop by for a pint or fill a growler. Be sure to register for the 7th Annual Real Ale and Barbecue Festival on March 7 – tickets are required.
Terence Hannum's exhibition “Impedance” features collages and sculptures made at the Vermont Studio Center during summer 2014. All of the work centers around acts of destruction committed to commercial audio cassette tape by using the peeled lines of ferric magnetic dust, glossy black cassette tape, brightly colored leader tape, and stacks of cassette tape spools.
Anri Sala creates video works that explore how sound represents emotion and mood. The exhibition features one of his recent works selected by art historian Michael Fried. Come enjoy local talent on display!
This exhibition features Robleto's Setlists for a Setting Sun, a body of poetic sculptures, prints, and cut-paper works that weave together the histories of recorded light and sound.
Commercial Vegetable Growers throughout the region are invited to the 2015 Central Maryland Vegetable Growers Meeting offered by the University of Maryland Extension.
Based in New York, Shen Yun is a premium classical Chinese dance and music company.