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Voice-Over Class

06/18/2019 to 06/18/2019

Anne Arundel Community College, John A. Cade Fine Arts (CADE) Bldg, Room 121, West Campus Drive, Arnold, MD 21012

In what could be the most enlightening 2 hours you’ve ever spent, this class will show you how you can actually begin using your speaking voice for commercials, films, videos, and more. Most people go about it the wrong way. In this introductory class, you will learn about a unique, outside the box way to break into this creative, fulfilling, and potentially lucrative industry. Voice-overs can be managed on your own terms, on your own turf, in your own time, and with minimal overhead! Whether you choose to pursue voice-overs part-time or full-time, this could be the game changer you’ve been looking for. Fee:$37. Limited Seating. One Session. Ages 18+. Venue Phone: 410-777-2325 Email: Registration Link:

HopeWorks Pantry Drive

06/22/2019 to 06/22/2019

9770 Patuxent Woods Drive, Suite 100, Columbia, MD 21046

HopeWorks maintains a pantry that is available to our clients who need assistance in acquiring essential food, personal care and household items. We appreciate your effort in helping us to restock our shelves so we may continue providing this service to the women, children and men of our community who need it. You won't even need to get out of your car! Volunteers will greet you and unload your donations! RSVPs are appreciated but not mandatory. For more information, call HopeWorks at 410-997-0304 or Roweena Arasah at 443‐902‐1532.

Dragonfly The Poetry Reading

06/27/2019 to 06/27/2019

9770 Patuxent Woods Drive, Suite 100, Columbia, MD 21046

Please join us for Dragonfly The Poetry Reading, as we celebrate the publishing of the 2019 Dragonfly Arts Magazine. This free event will feature local poets' work, offering reflections on life, love, trauma, justice, renewal, and hope. The evening provides a dynamic opportunity to experience the power of words and the vital role that the arts provide in promoting healing, awareness and change. Visit for more information or to register. Questions? Email or call (410) 997-0304.

Columbia Film Festival

06/27/2019 to 06/29/2019

10475 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, MD 21044

Do you love film? Join us June 27-29th for a diverse selection of juried films from Feature and Documentary productions, to Independent and Student Shorts, as well as a growing new category of Web Series. We celebrate films both Domestic and International with an five (5) time Emmy Award Winning Series. Special Guests, Audience talk back Q&A panels, and VIP Events are bonus added opportunities throughout the Columbia Film Festival. (Schedules and Films subject to change.)

Love’s Labour’s Lost

06/28/2019 to 07/28/2019

3655 Church Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043

“Your wit’s too hot, it speeds too fast, ’twill tire.” In this rollicking comedy filled with brilliant puns, the King of Navarre and three courtiers agree to avoid the distractions of women for three years while they study and pray. How well does that go? You can guess: The men become love-struck, back-stabbing sneaks when the beautiful Princess of France and her ladies arrive on a diplomatic mission. Bring a picnic and enjoy the laughs at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company In-The-Ruins at the PFI Historic Park. Every Sunday is Family Fun Day with preshow activities for kids starting 90 minutes before the performance. APPROPRIATENESS: all ages. PRICES: Adults: $46, Ages 65 and over: $42, Ages 19-25: $19, Ages 18 and under: Free (limit 2 per adult ticket), Previews: $16 (all ages, general admission). EVENT CONTACT EMAIL: EVENT CONTACT PHONE: 410-244-8570. WEBSITE:

Joint Anniversary Celebration: HoCoPoLitSo and Columbia Film Society

06/30/2019 to 06/30/2019

10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Horowitz Center 200, Columbia, MD 21044-3110

Join in saluting the founding of the Columbia Film Society and HoCoPoLitSo with an afternoon that celebrates the education of girls, the beauty of story, and the power of collective action. This joint anniversary event features a talk by Aminatta Forna, one of the writers of Girl Rising, and a showing of the documentary film that inspired global awareness about the importance of education for girls. Smith Theatre, Howard Community College, general admission $15, students $10. More information and tickets: or call 443-518-4568.