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Join Baltimore City Community College for virtual sessions on how to cope with depression, anxiety, and painful reflection during this holiday season. BCCC’s Student Support and Wellness Services will present strategies to help you manage the “holiday blues.” Register below for one of the dates and take a step toward your wellbeing!Tuesday, November 17 at […]
There isn’t anything I can say that hasn’t already been said in the media or from your family and friends about our safety in this environment. I think of you all often and pray that you all are doing the right things and staying well. I have faith in a higher power and this too […]
Staying connected to each other is so important while we’re physically being isolated. I have several craft groups that meet every month… spinning, knitting weaving, bobbin lace, as well as a few other specialized social groups and over the last few months, I’ve just been too busy in many cases to hang out on a […]
At the WBJC booth at the 38th Annual Baltimore Art, Antique and Jewelry Show at the Baltimore Convention Center, here’s Wine World Beer and Spirits’ Elizabeth Labruto with Dyana Neal.
Come join us at the Baltimore Antique show! The WBJC Booth with be located at #1909. Thursday 8/30: Dyana Neal 12p-3p Kati Harrison 3p-6p Friday 8/31: John Scherch 11a-2p Dyana Neal 2p-5p Saturday 9/1: Jonathan Palevsky and Steve Elville 11a-2p Mark Malinowski 2p-5p Yvonne Allen 5p-7p Sunday 9/2: Judith Krummeck 11a-2p Diana Ross 2p-6p
Octavus is a new chamber choir of singers and instrumentalists who performs for the love of music! Kelsey LaCour, Second Alto with Octavus, spoke with me about their performance at the Baltimore Basilica this coming Friday, September 8th at 7:00 PM. Proceeds from the concert will benefit a new women’s shelter called Mary’s Home. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/benefit-concert-octavus-at-the-baltimore-basilica-tickets-35152897262
Brahms’ Requiem SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 2017, 8:00pm 8pm in the Concert Hall: Special Classical Conversation on Zohar with Cantors Laura Croen & Michael Shochet 8:30pm: Downbeat Danielle Talamantes, soprano Nmon Ford, baritone National Philharmonic Chorale Piotr Gajewski, conductor Leshnoff Zohar (DC-area premiere) Brahms Requiem, Op. 45
Thank you so very much to each and every one of you who called in your pledge of support during last week’s Winter Pledge Drive! Thank you also for your patience while we all adjusted to a new computer system. This was a major upgrade to how we do business, and will make our drives more streamlined. Case […]
I want to extend a special Thank You to all our volunteers. You were FABULOUS! You helped make the transition to the new computer pledge system a real joy and all your help training the next shift was invaluable. THANK YOU ALL SO MUCH!!
I love Fall. Let me just state that categorically… To me, Fall is the colors of the changing leaves, a smell in the air of crispness, baked apples and campfires, the snuggly feel of flannel clothes and the taste of pumpkin pie. It feels like the start of things, getting back to school or getting […]