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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.
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)
Short Story Fest
05/15/2021 to 05/15/2021Elkader Road, Baltimore, MD 21218
Short Story Book Club kicks off the inaugural literary short story festival, Short Story Fest on May 15, 2021 starting at 10 am ET. Short Story Fest is the online literary event for people who love and appreciate short stories and reading culture. This one-day event will bring together readers and authors to create connections based on their mutual enjoyment and appreciation of short stories, literature, and writing. Several of our authors reside in different parts of the Baltimore/Washington area. So, please join in supporting local artists! Workshops include: When Pivotal Life Moments Get in Your Way, Joy Embrace!; Writing Your Life's Story with Jamie; PR Tips During COVID-19; Write Like the News. Learn more about Short Story Fest and register at SHORTSTORYFEST.COM.
Sykesville Farmers Market (Sundays 9AM-1PM)
05/16/2021 to 07/18/20217547 Main Street, Sykesville, MD 21784
The 2021 Downtown Sykesville Farmers Market is nestled in historic Sykesville. Vendors are set up on Baldwin Drive or integrated in the fabric of our charming shopping district, in between the unique shops and boutiques of the Best Main Street in America 2020 (award by Independent We Stand). The Market runs every Sunday, 9:00am-1:00pm from May 16th to Oct 24th! You can find a variety of locally sourced fruits and vegetables, herbs, honey, cakes, nuts, beef, pork, poultry, eggs, cheese, baked goods, dog treats, as well as eclectic artisan booths displaying jewelry, home decor, and art pieces. We have the Junior Market returning that will host special activities each week for our younger Market attendees! We will also be having a poetry and art contest at the Junior Market - for more information on how to enter your poetry or art please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Main Streets shops and boutiques are opening earlier to welcome you as well! We have so many more surprises but would rather have you come check them out. Enough blabbing on our part: come on down to the Sykesville Farmers Market you will not regret it! We all have a responsibility to stop the spread of COVID-19; as such the Sykesville Farmers Market requires mandatory mask usage while attending the market, social distancing, and frequent hand sanitizer usage. All of our vendors are required to answer COVID-19 screening before attending each Market and we ask that if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, have been exposed or have come in contact with someone exposed to COVID-19 that you refrain from attending the Farmers Market. https://downtownsykesville.com/farmersmarket/
Baltimore Humane Society hosts a Bargain Bin Sidewalk Sale!
05/16/2021 to 05/16/20211601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136
Our Spring cleaning is your opportunity to score big! We have more than we can possibly use of all types of leashes, collars, harnesses, pet costumes, accessories, and more, so we are turning it all into more help for our adoptable pets! Come out and shop the deals at this not-to-be-missed, one-time event! Prices range from $1-5, except for the crates. All proceeds benefit the Baltimore Humane Society! Sunday, May 16th: 11am-1pm. Baltimore Humane Society: 1601 Nicodemus Rd, Reisterstown, MD 21136. For any more questions or concerns, please call (410) 833-8848).
Repurpose Your Career: An Evening with Marc Miller
05/17/2021 to 05/17/20215802 Roland Avenue, Corner Community Center, Baltimore, MD 21210
Marc Miller, award-winning author, podcaster, and owner of CareerPivot, will join us for discussion of his book Repurpose Your Career: A Practical Guide for the 2nd Half of Life on Monday, May 17th at 6:30 pm. Our Career Book Club Moderator, Cherelle Faust, will host and facilitate the discussion. This is a virtual event via Zoom. Marc Miller has made six career pivots over the last 30 years. He understands this is not about jumping out of the frying pan into a fire but rather to create a plan where you make clear actionable steps or pivots to a better future career. Many Baby Boomers either can't retire or don't want to, but they want a change. Maybe a career they've always dreamed of or just something more fulfilling. Marc's book shows how that change is possible. It requires a strategy and a series of practical steps that are outlined in Marc's engaging text. Cherelle Faust, M.S., PHR, SHRM-CP currently works as a Human Resources Business Partner for Booz Allen Hamilton. She is strategic and creative HR professional with more than 10 years of experience leading global and multicultural workforces. Cherelle’s passion is building diverse high performing teams to create long-lasting transformative results for the company. Prior to her current position, Cherelle worked for Inova Health System and CoStar Group. Cherelle holds a Masters degree in Organizational Development and Knowledge Management from George Mason University. To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/repurpose-your-career-an-evening-with-author-and-podcaster-marc-miller-tickets-150844091739.