Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Tuesday Market in Lauraville: Starts June 7th

Tuesday Market in Lauraville: "It is time for the Tuesday Market in Lauraville season opening!  4500 Harford Road at the Connection Lot in Lauraville.

Friday, May 27, 2011

June 4, 2011 Flea Market & Concert to Benefit Arts & Ideas Sudbury School (Baltimore 21214)

Flea Market & Concert
Benefits Arts & Ideas Sudbury School

Saturday, June 4 · 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
5801 Harford Road (corner of Harford Road and White Ave)
Baltimore, MD 21214

Music by Free Radicals starting at 2:00
Flea market set up 9 a.m.
Table fee $20

Vendors need to bring own tables/racks/etc.
Audrey German is contact person for space registration and further questions. 443-977-8008

Donovan Film Series "To Kill a Mockingbird" on June 18, 2011

In honor of 50th Anniversary of the beloved classic, we will conclude the 2010-2011 Donovan Film Series with screening of 

"To Kill a Mockingbird"(1962) 
Saturday June 18th at 7:00 p.m.
4321 Harford Rd.
Lauraville, Baltimore, MD 21214

Seats are limited and expected to sell out quickly so reserve early.
To reserve a seat,  call Chris at -410-366-1980 x271.



After-film discussion facilitated by Professor and Filmmaker, Chris Reed. http://www.christopherllewellynreed.com/

Please call to reserve your seat or to ask about pre show dinner discounts at Chameleon CafĂ© http://thechameleoncafe.com/ ,  Koco’s Pub http://www.kocospub.com .

Suggested Donation $10 
All proceeds assist seniors in need thru Family and Children's Services.
Your support makes a great difference in the lives of city seniors.

Please share with your contacts.

The Film Series will be dark until October. Stay tuned for the schedule of films. http://www.fcsmd.org/events/donovan.htm 
Thanks and have a great summer. 

Chris Muldowney
Case Management Supervisor
Elder Services
Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland
4623 Falls Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21209
cmuldowney@fcsmd.org
410-366-1980x271

Hamilton Gallery Guest Artist Series (Baltimore 21214)

The Hamilton Gallery
Guest Artist Series

Liz Swanson
Wearable Art
“Love Made Materials”

On exhibit until June 28, 2011

OPENING RECEPTION
Friday, June 3, 2011
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Hamilton Gallery
5502 Harford Road
Baltimore MD 21214

Thursday, May 26, 2011

Music News from the Hamilton Arts Collective (Baltimore 21214)


Hamilton Arts Collective
5440 Harford Road
2nd Floor
Baltimore MD 21214
Monday, May 30, 2011 - 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
 
It's a night of Americana and eclectic rock at the Hamilton Arts Collective. Boston-based and Philly-raised rockers SOUND IN STONE will bring their tubas and banjos to town. Also featured will be country songwriter HAPPY HAINES, the masters of the one-minute-song SAGE AND STONE, and MIDWAY FAIR's seamless synthesis of American and British folk and indie rock.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Summer Acting Classes at Performance Workshop Theatre in Hamilton

Young Actors Studio | JULY 2011

Imagination Alive: Creative Drama Workshop for Preschool Children | July 5 - 28

Make a Play: Creative Drama Workshop for Elementary Students | July 5 - 28

Performance & Playwriting: A Two-Day Workshop (ages 12-15) | July 9th & 16th

Fore more information: 
http://www.performanceworkshoptheatre.org/Welcome.html

Main Street Yard Sale at The Connection 4500 Harford Road


Event: HLMS Yard Sale
Date: June 11, 2011 .  Rain date - Saturday, June  18, 2011
Day of Week: Saturday
Time: 7 AM - On
Location: The Connection, Across from the Safeway, 4500 Harford Road

The cost is $10 per space and you are welcome to take several spaces, if needed.  There will be a spot-a-pot available.  They will not provide tables, chairs or tent.   There are no bad spaces on the lot and there is great visibility and the community is eager to participate and shop.   As always its first come, first served.  For more information or to reserve a space contact Pam Wallace at: pallace113@verizon.net

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Monday, May 23, 2011

Negative Space Recording Studios on Harford Road in Lauraville

Lauraville resident, Evan Kornblum, has opened a recording studio and music production facility called Negative Space Studios at 5001 Harford Road.  From their website:

From its location in the northeast Baltimore community of Lauraville, Negative Space has built its success through its strong attention to detail and relaxed environment. Whether you’re looking to record a single-song demo, full-length album, or voice-over for video or film, Negative Space Studios can accommodate your needs.

negativespacestudios.com

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

May 18 to 21 Music Schedule at Chef Mac's, with Special event on May 27 (Baltimore 21214)

May 18
Humpday Karaoke with host Tex Mix


May 20
The Lou Jerome Band
Lou's voice is similar to that of Albert King , Johnny Adams, and Lou Rawls
Buffet begins 7:30 PM/ Show at 8:00PM
BYOB – $25


May 21
Fund Raiser for candidate George VanHook
Featuring Greg Thompkins Lafayette Gilchrist Quartet
Call 443.791.2123 for tickets [$50 pp]


Special event – Saturday May 27
Chicago Blues comes to Baltimore
We are pleased to host Eddie Shaw & the Wolfgang on Saturday, May 28, 2011. Eddie Shaw & The Wolfgang was the original back-up band for the legendary HOWLIN' WOLF until he died in 1975.

Tickets available at Chef Mac’s - $30 pp

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Maclonza Lee
Owner/Operator
Chef Mac's and All That Blues
4709 Harford Road, Baltimore MD 21214
(410) 319.6227
www.chefmacs.com

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

INDIE 900' DOWNHILL DERBY JUNE 5th, 2011 in HAMILTON (Baltimore 21214)

HAMILTON-LAURAVILLE MAIN STREET WILL SPONSOR THE 2ND ANNUAL INDIE 900' DOWNHILL DERBY, A SOAP-BOX STYLE RACE DOWN HARFORD ROAD. BALTIMORE CITY REC & PARKS WILL JOIN IN THE RACE. GRAND PRIX REPS WILL BRING A CAR FOR DISPLAY.

PLAYING TO A CROWD OF OVER 1,000 SPECTATORS LAST YEAR, THE DERBY PROMISES TO BE ANOTHER FUN-FILLED DAY FOR THE FAMILY!

COME WATCH THE RACE DOWN HARFORD ROAD IN NORTHEAST BALTIMORE, STARTING IN THE 5700 BLOCK AT WHITE AVENUE AND ENDING IN THE 5500 BLOCK NEAR HAMILTON AVENUE. RACE TIME IS SCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY, JUNE 5TH BEGINNING AT 9:00 WITH WINNERS ANNOUNCED BY 3:00. GREAT FOOD AND LOTS OF FUN WILL BE SERVED!

FOR EVENT DETAILS & SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, CHECK WWW.BMOREMAINSTREET.COM

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Studio 55 featuring paintings by Nathaniel K. Gibbs (Harford Road, Hamilton)

Studio 55 Presents Solo Art Exhibition

Works by Nathaniel K. Gibbs

Studio 55
5529 Harford Road, Baltimore, 21214
410-444-0022

Studio 55 - Art Gallery is pleased to presents a solo art exhibition of oil paintings by well-known Baltimore artist, Nathaniel K. Gibbs. The exhibition will continue through the month of May and will include extended art gallery hours on Friday, May 6, from 12:00-8:00 pm for First Friday and Art Crawl activities. For further information and directions please visit the home page of this website or call 410-444-0022.

Nathaniel K. Gibbs (b. 1948) graduated from Frederick Douglass High School in Baltimore, Maryland and began his artistic endeavors as a fine arts major at the Maryland Institute College of Art. He continued post-graduate studies at the Schuler School of Fine Arts, and became interested in the painting techniques of “Old Masters” while studying under the highly regarded master of realism, Joseph Sheppard of Baltimore. In 1981, Gibbs earned a master’s degree in fine arts from the American University in Washington, D.C.

Gibbs’ work demonstrates his distinguished quality in classic representational art influenced by Diego de Silva Velazquez, Leon Bonnat and John Singer Sargent. His personal preference in subject matter is vast ranging and includes his original images of the buffalo soldiers of the civil war, as well as figurative composition, landscapes, still life and city scenes. His commissioned portraits of the former Mayor Clarence “Du” Burns, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., Thurgood Marshall, Malcolm X and Abel Wolman have been added to the art collections of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore City Hall and Banneker Douglass Permanent Collection.

City Neighbors Hamilton's Annual Spring Fling May 7th from 11:00 to 3:00


May 6 & 7 Music Schedule for Chef Mac's and All That Blues

Music Schedule for Chef Mac's and All That Blues

May 6
Electrofied Blues Band
Nominated for two WAMMIES in the blues/traditional R & B category

May 7
Mikey Jr. & Stone Cold Blues
Praised by blues societies as well as players for his original take on ‘old school’ styles
Buffet begins 7:30 PM/ Show at 8:00PM

BYOB – $25
 
Maclonza Lee
Owner/Operator
Chef Mac's and All That Blues
4709 Harford Road, Baltimore MD 21214
(410) 319.6227

First Friday Art Opening at the Hamilton Gallery, May 6th (Hamilton, Baltimore 21214)


Frirst Friday at the  

The Hamilton Gallery
5402 Harford Road
Baltimore MD 21214

Guest Artist Series
Maryland Photographs from the 1930s & 1940s
by Louise Schuler (1903–1984)
“Happenings in our lives that would have otherwise been forgotten”
as presented by her great niece, Suzanne Diggs

On exhibit until May 31, 2011
OPENING RECEPTION
Friday, May 6, 20115:00 pm – 9:00 pm

All are invited!

The Hamilton Gallery & The Hamilton Arts Collective go to:

Grand Opening - Hamilton Bakery, May 6th at 7:00 p.m.

GRAND OPENING
HAMILTON BAKERY
5414 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21214

First Friday, May 6th at 7:00pm

Stop by the Hamilton Bakery at 7:00pm on Friday night for a ribbon-cutting grand opening of the Hamilton Bakery at 5414 Harford Road. Welcome your new bakery and enjoy a taste-testing after the ribbon-cutting ceremony!

Visit a local gallery, enjoy dinner at one of the fine restaurants on Harford road, stop at a favorite tavern, shop at a local retail store, then finish the evening with a great dessert from the bakery.

All at your local businesses in Hamilton & Lauraville!

Monday, May 2, 2011

Hamilton Bakery Opens (Hamilton, Baltimore 21214)

Stay tuned for a Grand Opening... (perhaps on May 6th)

Hamilton Bakery
5414 Harford Road, Baltimore 21214




May 6th @ 6:00 - Art Opening at Charmed Life Studio

“Is This The Answer To The Question?”

Group Show
Art Opening
May 6th, 2011
6:00PM to 10:00 PM

First, let me just tell you that this isn’t about you, it’s about me. Our love is too big for one person. I don’t know any easy way to say this, so I’ll just say it. We’re hosting a group show. Hear me out. We know that one artist at a time can work for some people; hell, it might even be what works for us, in the long run. It’s not what works for us in the month of May. We understand if this is a lot to take in right now. We hope that you can at least try it this one time. Who knows? Maybe it’ll be the best we’ve ever had.

May 6th, 6:00PM to 9:00PM, come down to the Charmed Life Studio and check out our first group show “Is This The Answer To The Question?”. We welcome all levels of experience, from the merely curious to those firmly entrenched in the fine arts lifestyle. There’s going to be live music by The Sean Heath trio and complimentary refreshments. No one is too old or too young. The whole thing is free, baby, just like love.

The Advanced Painting students from Harford County Community College have been invited to submit one painting for our first group show. Each student has been asked to submit a piece that exemplifies their search for artistic identity. The show will feature new work from the owner of Charmed Life Studio, Darl Gnau. The show will also feature work by Analise Luke, Bat Easter, Birgit Lujan, Devra Giles, Erin Sudeck, Gina Pierleoni, Gwyn Howard, Katie Stevens, Leah Werring, Liz Harrison, Mike Z, Rich Kaste, Seraphim Wilson, Stephen Howard, and Sunnye Warner. This show runs until June 3rd.

Charmed Life Studios
4505 Harford Road
(443) 449-7630

Hamilton Elementary and Middle School Art Show, May 6th & 7th

Harbel Flea Market, May 7, 2011

HARBEL FLEA MARKET

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2011
9 AM TILL 1 PM
5807 HARFORD RD

Mother’s Day Flowers, numerous vendors with good Fleas, delicious Baked Goods, and fresh grilled hotdogs and snacks. Donations of baked goods and good fleas gratefully accepted. For more information call: 410-444-2100. Space rental is $20.00.

mikehilliard@harbel.org

Mike Hilliard
Community Services Director

HARBEL Community Organization
5807 Harford Rd., Baltimore, MD 21214
http://www.harbel.org/
Phone: 410-444-2100, Ext. 1013, FAX: 410-426-1140

CANCELLED - "An Evening on Main Street" Gala

From Regina Lansinger, director of Hamilton Lauraville Main Street:

Due to sluggish ticket sales, we have regretfully decided to cancel the "Evening on Main Street" gala that was scheduled for this Saturday, May 7th.  We want to thank you to our dedicated volunteers and supporters who were involved in the event. 

In this difficult economy, fundraising remains a challenge for Hamilton Lauraville Main Street. Please join us for our upcoming events as listed on our website http://www.bmoremainstreet.com/.
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