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Maryland Calendar of Events for November
Last time pages were updated November 7, 2016 5:17 PM

Farmer's Training
November 3rd from 4:00-6:00pm

Join us on November 3rd from 4:00-6:00pm to learn about our beginner farmer's training on a 10-acre beautiful farm in Cromwell Valley Park, Maryland, can restore your youth, vitality and outlook. Learn how you can be trained as a farmer and about 9,000 square foot urban farm plots available to graduates of our program.Half the country's farmers are over 55. In less than ten years they will be retiring. Let our future in farming be passed down to you.
Historical Old Salem's Fall Bus Trip
Friday, November 4th

We'll leave the Southwest Park & Ride at 8 am. Our first stop will be Kitchen Kettle Village, a collection of shops offering “all kinds of everything”! We will have some time to shop before heading to Miller’s Smorgasbord at 12:30 for a fabulous lunch.  Then to the American Music Theater, where we will enjoy the 2016 Christmas Show, Winter Wonderland…… “It’s the most wonderful time of the year – time again to be dazzled and delighted with first rate musical merriment, live on stage!  Experience the beautiful vocals, dynamic dancing, and impressive instrumentals of our critically acclaimed AMT singers, dancers, and orchestra as they perform the very best of your spiritual and secular holiday favorites. The 2016 Christmas Show: Winter Wonderland will be a great value, feel-good holiday event filled with yuletide whimsy and winter wonder that celebrates both the magic and the meaning of Christmas.  Witness a beautiful Christmas town, an enchanting trip to the North Pole, powerhouse vocals, dazzling scenery, and lots more.  You’ll want to wrap yourself up in this warm and wonderful seasonal show that promises to be one of your family’s favorite holiday habits!”

Cost is $105 per person, and includes bus transportation, lunch, theater ticket, taxes, and meal gratuity. Shopping at Kitchen Kettle Village is on your own. We will return home at approximately 8 pm.
Contact Beverly at 410-744-2448 for more information or to reserve your spot. Payment due by October 1st.

Historic Ellicott City Autumn Clean-UpQD
November 5, 2016 @ 7:30 am – 10:30 am 

Roger Carter Community Center

Lend a hand by picking up litter along the tree lines and streets of Historic Ellicott City. Meet at the Roger Carter Community Center for a continental breakfast. We provide gloves, bags, and an event t-shirt for those who volunteer. RSVP by October 28, all are welcome! RSVP/Info: 410-313-2764.

2 yrs +
RP5400.101 Roger Carter Comm Ctr Nov 5 7:30-10:30am Sa Free

The 2016 Baltimore Out of the Darkness Walk
November 5th 2016

To raise awareness for suicide prevention and end the stigma of mental illness will be held at Patterson Park, November 5th 2016. Registration starts at 3 pm, opening ceremony starts at 4.30 pm. Live music and Food Trucks. Kid and dog friendly event. All proceeds from this fundraiser will support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and its local and national efforts to end suicide.

GET DOWN to DO GOOD – A Party to Benefit Business Volunteers Maryland
Saturday, November 12, 2016 – 7:00 – 11:00 PM

Columbus Center, 701 E. Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD, 21202
Tickets: $75
Get Down to Do Good is Business Volunteers Maryland’s annual fundraiser. More than 300 of our partners, volunteers, and leaders from business and the community will come together in Baltimore on Saturday, November 12 to support our vital work while enjoying a party atmosphere – complete with an awards presentation, food, drink, silent action, and world class entertainment.
This year’s event will feature the soul and Motown sounds of Baltimore native – the legendary Winfield Parker joined by the Wilson Pickett Band.
As Baltimore comes together to support ongoing efforts to rebuild our city, we are promoting the theme of building a strong community culture, creating trailblazers for change, and what better music than Motown to inspire that feeling and desire.
Please join us in our upcoming celebration of Baltimore and Business Volunteers Maryland!

The Teen Summit
November 12 2016 @ 11 am- 4 pm

My Girlfriends House 9244 East Hampton Dr., Ste 621 Capitol Heights, MD 20743

Please join us for a one-day interactive summit that is designed to deliver a powerful message that encourages teen girls to empower themselves and others while taking a stance against bullying.

The Teen Summit is a special opportunity for girls to engage, connect, and share experiences with inspirational female speakers on topics such as:
·         The Man in the Mirror
·         When the Bough Break
·         The Bully In Me

This event is designed to engage middle and high school aged girls. However, we welcome and encourage all individuals to join us and bring their dads!
Your $10 attendance donation ensures that our girls will continue to receive opportunities that will pave the way to more successful futures.

Just Between Us Girls Teen Summit

Just Between Us Girls Summit is a powerful one-day event that creates a platform for teens to bond in a fun and exciting environment. The summit will ignite conversations that connect girls through intimate discussions focusing on the real issues teens are facing. Topics include:

Improving the relationship with mom
Building self-esteem
The Bully in Me

This group discussion will feature guest panelists who will pour into the audience as they share personal stories and give guided advice to inspire, educate and empower. Guests will leave with ideas, a positive mindset, more confidence and tools that will help them continue to strengthen their personal and family relationships.

Time: 11am-4pm
November 12, 2016
Address: 9244 East Hampton Dr., Ste 621
Capitol Heights,MD 20743

NKF-MD Kidney Outreach at Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church Thanksgiving Service/Health Fair
Nov. 13     4pm-6pm  Free event

Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church 3100 Walbrook Ave. Baltimore, MD 21216 / Contact: 443-322-0375

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Event details:
As part of its mission of early detection and early intervention, NKF-MD will provide outreach and explain why the kidneys are important, discuss risk factors for kidney disease and give recommendations for protecting the kidneys.

This information is particularly relevant to African Americans, who have an increased risk of developing kidney failure due to higher rates of diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.

African Americans are three times more likely to develop kidney disease so it is critical for them to be aware of these risk factors and visit their doctor or clinic regularly to check their blood sugar, blood pressure, urine protein and kidney function.

Overall, kidney disease affects 26 million people – that’s one in nine Marylanders. One in three American adults – 73 million people – are at risk for kidney disease, and the risk increases to one in two over the course of a lifetime. Most people affected do not realize it until the condition has progressed.

For details about this event or NKF-MD’s other outreach events and kidney screenings, call 410.494.8545 or visit

About NKF-MD
Serving central and western Maryland, the Delmarva Peninsula and portions of Virginia and West Virginia, the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland is the area’s only voluntary health agency dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by these diseases, and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation. For more information, visit

Twilight Open House at Greenstreet Gardens
Friday, November 18

Kick off the holiday season with an evening of music, light fare, and libations at Greenstreet Gardens. Be among the first to experience the garden center's transformation into a winter wonderland of color and light. Enjoy a live performance by singer/songwriter and recording artist Courtlyn Carr while sampling food, wine, and beer from local establishments. Proceeds from the event will benefit Shady Side's Captain Avery Museum. 6-9 pm. Admission $20 per person. 391 W. Bay Front Road, Lothian. or

Holiday Craft fair
Sat, Nov 19, 2016. 10am-3pm

FREE Admission.
The Holiday Exhibition
November 30, 2016 to January 14, 2017

"The Holiday Exhibition brings together an accomplished ensemble of seven Baltimore­-based artists; all who create unique, small­-scale works. The majority of artworks measure under 8 x 11 inches and utilize a variety of mediums including: painting, mixed­-media, sculpture and metal work.

Featured artists include: Jo Brown, Jill Orlov, Lois Borgenicht, Julia Niederman, Beth de Loiselle, Justin Wiest, and Don Griffin

The exhibition is on view from November 30, 2016 to January 14, 2017."

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