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Virtual Active Aging Exercise Classes
05/12/2021 to 05/12/2021541 Marshall Rd SW, Vienna, VA 22180
May 5, 2021 - June 23, 2021 Wednesdays (Virtual via Zoom). Virtual Active Aging Exercise Classes sponsored by Shepherd's Center of Northern Virginia (SCNOVA). 10:45 am - 11:45 am. Exercise classes for older adults focusing on offering balance coordination, stretching and improved mobility. Class meets for 1 hour, once a week, for eight weeks. Cost: $50 for 8 week session - payable to Sun Fitness LLC. To register or for more info, contact Casey Tarr at 703-821-6838 or email@example.com. After registering, you will be contacted with payment instructions and will be provided with an invitation link to connect to the Zoom virtual class.
What Every Parent Needs to Know About Child Seats
05/12/2021 to 05/12/2021E Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21231
Priority Towing is proud to launch their first free online webinar. Goldenvalley firefighter and Car Seat Technician, Jason Hoffrogge leads an informative 45 minute seminar highlighting everything you need to know about car seat safety! You’ll walk away from the seminar with a greater understanding of the mechanisms keeping your child safe and how to avoid common mistakes when installing child car seats. “What Every Parent Needs to Know About Child Seats” will be available starting May 12, 5pm CDT, and is free of charge. For more information on “What Every Parent Needs to Know About Child Seats”, visit: https://prioritytowinginc.com/car-seat-seminar/. About Priority Towing: Priority Towing offers 24 hour light duty, medium duty, and heavy duty towing to the Baltimore, Woodbine, Columba, and Ellicott City areas. Also providing roadside assistance, Priority Towing is proud to keep their community safe.
Eat Out to Fight Cancer!
05/13/2021 to 05/13/20217213 Muncaster Mill Road, Derwood, MD 20855
All you have to do is eat, and Ledo's will donate a portion of your check to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life of SoMoCo. Eat in or take out, it all counts. Call ahead for take out at 301-869-7900. Bring your family, friends, coworkers, and neighbors. . If you cannot attend and would like to make a donation go to: http://main.acsevents.org/goto/rhodac
Rep Stage Presents “Ghost/Writer,” a Radio Play
05/13/2021 to 05/23/2021Virtual Event, Virtual Event, MD 21044
Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College (HCC), presents the world premiere of “Ghost/Writer,” a radio play by Dane Figueroa Edidi, directed by Danielle A. Drakes. Family secrets spanning decades unravel as history and fiction collide. In 1920 just outside of Tulsa, Patrick, an Irish immigrant, seeks out the services of Ms. Ruby, a mysterious Black woman from Baltimore, known to help exorcise ghosts from her clients, but the price she is asking may be too high. Meanwhile, in 2019, Charles Ross hires infamous ghost writer Rebecca Warren to help him through his writer's block, but what she invokes could be his salvation or undoing. Edidi's new play examines the intersections of race and gender inviting us to explore the role of love, justice and joy in a world where the ghosts of the past have yet to be laid to rest. Ticket holders may view/listen to “Ghost/Writer” at their convenience from May 13 -May 23, 2021. A single ticket is $15; a household ticket is $25. For tickets and additional information, visit www.repstage.org or call the box office at 443-518-1500. The box office staff are operating remotely., and campus access remains restricted to employees only. For assistance with your order, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call 443-518-1500. Please visit www.repstage.org for the latest box office hours.
Howard Community College Film Program Film Discussion Series
05/14/2021 to 05/14/2021Virtual Event, Virtual Event, MD 21044
The Howard Community College (HCC) film program launched a film discussion series this spring. The series operates much like a book club. Participants choose the films that interest them from the schedule and watch the films at their convenience before the scheduled discussion. Offered virtually, the discussion series takes advantage of film titles available on popular streaming platforms such as Amazon Prime and Netflix. The 7 p.m. discussions take place via Zoom on Fridays through May 14, 2021, and are moderated by HCC film professors Marie Westhaver and Mike Giuliano with occasional special guests. “Calendar Girls” – May 14. This series is available at no cost to participants, but online registration is required. The Zoom link will be emailed to registered individuals by noon on each discussion day. Attendees’ microphones will be muted and questions accepted via the chat function. For more information on the film discussion series, visit howardcc.edu/filmfestivals. The Horowitz Center Box Office is currently operating remotely. Box Office staff members are available to guide patrons through the online ticket purchasing process. For assistance, please email email@example.com or call 443-518-1500, during operating hours, Tuesday – Friday, 12 p.m.–2 p.m. Visit howardcc.edu/boxoffice for more information.
05/15/2021 to 05/15/2021YouTube, YouTube, MD 21044
Join us for a free virtual concert on YouTube! Acclaimed soprano Ah Young Hong joins the orchestra for Samuel Barber's nostalgic Knoxville: Summer of 1915, a "lyrical rhapsody" on James Agee's memories of a Tennessee childhood. George Walker's emotional Lyric for Strings highlights the melodic gifts of the first African-American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. The stirring voice of Willy, an unhoused man recorded on the streets of Chicago, is featured in Anna Clyne's A Wonderful Day. But first, Mozart leans into his unique gift for melody to craft his tuneful Symphony No. 29. Watch the premiere at at 7:30pm to interact with other viewers, or watch after at your convenience. (youtube.com/colorch)