Baltimore Concert Opera presents a free concert featuring its principal artists performing a variety of opera highlights accompanied by piano. Artists describe the pieces they perform, focusing on the unique storytelling ability opera affords and the power opera has to bring us all together.
Adult players, both new and old, are welcome to join the quest to slay the dragon, grab the treasure and win the day. We'll be playing a 5th edition campaign, run by librarians. No experience necessary; characters provided. From 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Former White House social secretary and author of Treating People Well reveals secrets to "personal and professional empowerment through civility and social skills" that she and her co-author discovered during their years in the Bush and Obama White Houses.
In cooperation with the Jewish Community Services Career Center, a monthly series of 90-minute workshops: New Year - New Job Search. These workshops are for all, no matter what your job status: employed, under-employed or job-seeking. Join us for the fourth session - How to prepare for a job interview, answer tough questions and wrap up the interview.
Howard Needle, 1000 Friends of Pikeville co-founder, provides an update on Baltimore County's Pikesville Revitalization Plan Study and the Governor's Commission to Study the Future of Pikesville Armory.
To celebrate Yom Hashoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day), survivor Edith Cord recalls her harrowing journey from hidden child to successful wife, mother and professional in Becoming Edith: The Education of a Hidden Child.