Events

Mar 2017

  • Mar3
    Cecil County Public Library–Elkton Central Library, Elkton MD
    10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    If you are a fan of the popular Outlander novels by Diana Gabaldon, love the television series on Starz or are interested in colonial American history, mark your calendars for Cecil County Public Library’s newest exhibit, Artifacts of Outlander. Outlander features a Scotland bristling under English political control in the 1740s. By that time, Maryland [...]
  • Mar3
    Towson University Stephens Hall Theatre, Towson MD
    8:00 PM
    X: Or, Betty Shabazz vs. The Nation is a new play by Marcus Gardley and directed by Towson University Department of Theatre Arts alumnus Ian Belknap ’06. The assassination of Malcolm X—both the story we think we know and illuminating details that have seldom been shared—is brought to vivid, lyrical life in award-winning writer Marcus [...]
  • Mar4
    Richard Montgomery High School, Rockville MD
    All Day
    After months of research on a topic under the theme,"Taking a Stand in History," Montgomery County students will present their projects to judges in the district competition. Winners will go on to the Maryland History Day contest in April.
  • Mar4
    Towson University Stephens Hall Theatre, Towson MD
    8:00 PM
    Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare and directed by Devin Brain. Tackling essential questions about the balance of ambition, personal loyalty, and love of country, Shakespeare’s timeless political masterpiece has never been more relevant. Through the story of Julius Caesar, a rising political star torn down by his most trusted allies, audiences witness the art of [...]
  • Mar7
    Towson University Center for the Arts Ruth Marder Theatre, Towson MD
    2:00 PM
    Providing Historical Context for the Assassination of Malcolm X: A symposium in conjunction with The Acting Company and their performance of Marcus Gardley's play, X: Or, Betty Shabazz vs The Nation Professors Andrew Diemer and La Shonda Mims of the History Department, along with members of The Acting Company, will host a discussion to provide [...]
  • Mar8
    Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore MD
    8:00 PM
    Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare and directed by Devin Brain. Tackling essential questions about the balance of ambition, personal loyalty, and love of country, Shakespeare’s timeless political masterpiece has never been more relevant. Through the story of Julius Caesar, a rising political star torn down by his most trusted allies, audiences witness the art of [...]
  • Mar8
    MICA Falvey Hall, Brown Center, Baltimore MD
    8:00 PM
    This film is presented as part of programming for MICA’s exhibition Laying-by Time: Revisiting the Works of William A. Christenberry. The Night of the Hunter Wednesday March 8, 8 p.m. Falvey Hall, Brown Center Presented by Film Critic Steven Whitty. For more information, visit https://www.mica.edu/Laying-by_Time.html
  • Mar9
    Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore MD
    11:00 AM
    X: Or, Betty Shabazz vs. The Nation is a new play by Marcus Gardley and directed by Towson University Department of Theatre Arts alumnus Ian Belknap ’06. The assassination of Malcolm X—both the story we think we know and illuminating details that have seldom been shared—is brought to vivid, lyrical life in award-winning writer Marcus [...]
  • Mar9
    Cecil County Public Library–Elkton Central Library, Elkton MD
    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    Program in conjunction with Cecil County Public Library's exhibit, Artifacts of Outlander, on view from March 3 to April 30. Sara Rivers-Cofield, Curator at the Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum will discuss the new Outlander television series on Starz goes beyond attractive men in kilts. Explore how the Starz channel’s series Outlander’s costumes and props compare to [...]
  • Mar10
    Stephen Decatur Middle School, Berlin MD
    9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    After months of research on a topic under the theme,"Taking a Stand in History," Worcester County students will present their projects to judges in the district competition. Winners will go on to the Maryland History Day contest in April.
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