Looking for something fun or interesting to do this month? Check out these offerings from around the community:
Join Jmore contributor Rafael Alvarez and author Dan Fesperman for a free holiday event with songs, stories, cookies and more.
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Keynote: Joshua M. Sharfstein, MD, Associate Dean, Public Health Practice and Training Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (former Health Secretary of Maryland)
Plus a panel of medical professionals and people whose lives have been impacted by addiction.
Overdose Response Training — including how to obtain and administer Narcan.
Co-sponsored by JCS, Sol Levinson & Bros., Inc., the Baltimore Board of Rabbis and Myerberg Center.
Baltimore musicians ease on down to “The Wiz,” the classic 1970s soulful interpretation of “The Wizard of Oz.” Musicians Marc Evans & Black Root Underground featuring Ama Chandra, Jonathan Gilmore, J Pope, Shalanda Bond-Hansboro, QueenEarth and Wordslave perform.
Enjoy a wine tasting and culinary extravaganza with ore than 25 wines and passed appetizers.
The menu includes:
Salvatore Rizzuti, world renowned sculptor, flies in from Sicily to officially present Sotto Sopra’s owner and chef, Riccardo Bosio his commissioned statue of Persephone. In Greek mythology, Persephone represents new beginnings with spring vegetation, life and harvest in the fall when the ground goes dormant, death. Rizzuti’s statue of Persephone is carved of two woods, cypress and olive, representing the cycle of life and in loving memory of Riccardo’s mother, Renata.
Riccardo invites you to join him on this special evening where he is preparing a dinner representative of the cuisine of Rizzuti’s Sicily. There are only 60 seats available – early reservations/tickets highly recommended.
Calamaro Ripieno con Crema di Zucca, Crostino all’Arancio
Roasted stuffed squid, pumpkin crema and orange infused crostini
Caponata di Verdure all Siciliana
Vegetables with pinenuts, raisins and chocolate
Spaghetti alle Alici, Panura Siciliana é Colatura di Alici
Pasta with anchovies, Sicilian breadcrumbs
Arancino alla Siciliana
Rice ball with egg, green peas, ragu, ham and mozzarella
Tonno con Purea di Zucca, Confit di Cipolle, Giardiniera di Verdure
Tuna with pumpkin puree, onion confit, assorted vegetables
Brioche con Granita al Limone alla Siciliana
Sweet yeast bread with shaved lemon ice
Cassata alla Siciliana
Spongecake, almond paste, ricotta cheese with lemon glaze
$65 per person
(excludes beverages, tax and gratuity)
This market showcases Baltimore-area artisans selling paintings, textiles, jewelry, sculptures and homemade treats. The event takes place in the Davison Lobby.
Start the holiday season with a tree-lighting ceremony, special treats and sales from shops at the Square.
Seth Kibel has a brand-new album of original tunes featuring talented guest artists, progressive political commentary, dark humor, and much-needed musical therapy for these strange and trying times. Come commiserate with Seth and his friends as they celebrate the release of this record with performances by David Kitchen, Flo Anito, Billy Coulter, Black Betty, Damon Foreman, Chris Urquiaga, and more. Not only will the album be performed in its entirety, but you’ll hear plenty of other tunes, both familiar and new, reflecting our current unprecedented political morass.
Green Spring Station hosts a one-day holiday marketplace featuring Baltimore’s most talented artists and crafters as they set up shop around the center in this one-day Holiday Makers Market. The Makers Market features more than 15 local holiday craft vendors and artisans, along with a special pop-up shop curated by Taken as well as a schedule of DIY events geared to please even the most discerning gift-giver.
Some of the available workshops include Aromatherapy ($32.54), Terrarium ($43.04) and Holiday Wreath ($32.54).