by Linda Senbanjo
Looking for something to do during your free time in November? Check out these events going on in Baltimore:
- Charm City Fringe Festival
Nov. 8 - 15
See theater, comedy, improv, and dance at venues like Terrault Contemporary, Mercury Theatre, Gallery 788, and Church & Company, followed by after-parties with shows, music, and drinks at Liam Flynn’s Ale House and Joe Squared each night. Theater aficionados and amateurs alike can explore many genres of theater with local artists, vendors, and entertainment.
- Pearls on a String: Artists, Patrons, & Poets at the Great Islamic Courts
Nov. 8 - Jan. 31
In this new free exhibit at The Walters, explore the exotic treasures of the great Islamic empires with over 100 artworks dating back to the 16th century. Through three vignettes of paintings, ceramics, textiles, and luxuries, delve into their rich cultural history and discover the relationship between imagination, collaboration, and creativity.
View The Walters website
- Waterfowl Festival
Nov. 12 - 15
Head across the bridge and celebrate the Eastern Shore for one fall weekend full of wildlife arts, tidewater culture, and local activities in the historic town of Easton.
- Festival of Trees
Nov. 27 - 29
You'll think you're in the North Pole after you step into this land of fairy tale forests, gingerbread towns, train gardens, and craft vendors. Price for admission range from $7 to $13 and the event is hosted at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium.
- Miracle on 34th Street
Nov. 28 - Jan. 1
See these historic Hampden homes transform into a lit-up Christmas village with a local flair. Nov. 28. W. 34th St.
See the website and blog