Wednesday, November 28, 2012

December 8th Holidays on Harford Road


Holidays on Harford 
Hamilton and Lauraville

 Saturday, December 8, 2012

10:30 am; 11:30 am; 12:30 pm
Mid Atlantic Center for the Performing Arts, 5543 Harford Road
  •         Milk and Cookies with Santa - Reservations required - Call 443-438-4525

11:00 am
Hamilton Gallery, 5502 Harford Rd
  •        Holiday Crafts – Face Painting
  •        Hamilton Elementary Middle School Band

11:00 -4:00 pm
Faith Community Church, 5315 Harford Rd
  •        Last Chance Holiday Craft Show

12:00 pm
Hamilton
  •       Santa arrives on Harford Road on a motorcycle and sidecar
  •       Join Santa for a stroll along Harford Road in Hamilton
  •       View students’ painted holiday windows           

1:30 pm
Future Care, 4700 Harford Rd
  •         Santa visits with the Arcadian Rhythms
  •         Hamilton Elementary Middle School Improv Players - “Christmas Gone Wrong” and “New        Year’s Eve”

2:45 pm
Red Canoe Café, 4337 Harford Rd
  •         Santa arrives to read your letters and enjoy a cup of coffee or hot chocolate
  •         Caroling with Arcadian Rhythms

3:45 pm - Santa strolls along Harford Road in Lauraville visiting businesses 

4:30 pm - Tuesday Market Lot, 4500 Harford Rd
  •         NEW! Santa’s House will be open to welcome children.
  •         Followed by Camp Fire Fun - Bring your own marshmallows.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Hamilton Gallery Featured Member Artist

Featured member artist for November: James Hammond
Hamilton Gallery
5502 Harford Road, Baltimore, MD 21214


Hamilton Gallery's member artist James Hammond is featured through the month of November. James has been a dedicated photographer for more than 30 years. For most of that time he resided in central Pennsylvania, where he was a professor at Penn State. His work also entailed visiting professorships in Australia and Oregon. Since retiring in July of 2008, he has divided his time between a home in Baltimore and a cottage on Delaware Bay. Seascapes, birds, as well as fish and other underwater subjects are dominant themes in his photography.


Banjo Jam at the Hamilton Arts Collective November 3

Bald Mountain Band and SPACEBOY

at the HACBox Theater Saturday 11/3 – 9:00 PM
5440 Harford Road - 2nd floor Entrance on Hamilton Avenue across from the Green Onion

Tickets $5.00 BYOB (Bring Your Own Banjo?)

Bald Mountain Band are:Jon Ackerman, Jane Beatty, Tony Bonta, Bud Dickens, Jay Herzog, Chris Kiehne
Beatles + Blondie + Banjo = Bluegrass? In the world of Bald Mountain Band it does. With six musicians in the room, one is bound to come across a wide variety of musical tastes. No worries-we play what we want to! You might hear a traditional bluegrass tune, a cover of “Funky Town” and an original song or two thrown into the mix to keep things interesting. Regardless of what we end up playing, we always have a great time making music together and sharing it with our audiences!
For more info on Bald Mountain:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bald-Mountain-Band/177626972291323?sk=info
http://www.reverbnation.com/baldmountainband

Hamilton Gallery Guest Artist for November


 

November Exhibit

Christine Humphries

Christine Humphries has always been involved in the arts. For many years, she pursued creative expression through music. As a composer she was intrigued by collaborative efforts; this included composing for theatre and advertising, as well as producing mixed-media events involving dance, photography and lighting.
Six years ago, while meditating, vivid colors and shapes appeared before Christine’s mind’s-eye, and she decided to paint what she saw. The musical swish of paint on canvas was alluring, and Christine has been painting ever since.
Traces Left presents works based on meditations, improvisations and reflections on place.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

First Friday 11/2

First Friday 11/2

Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street will host a 'Thank you' party to PNC & BOPA (Baltimore Office of Promotion & Arts) for funding Main Street Large Fruit Art. Below is the schedule, along with other events taking place along Harford Road in Lauraville and Hamilton. Please join us!

6:00 - 7:30 at the Green Onion. Music from the Barage Band; open house & light refreshments - courte
sy of the Green Onion & Clementine - at the Green Onion, 5500 Harford Road; carrot cake courtesy of Hamilton Bakery.

7:30 - 9:00 at 4500 Harford Road, home of the Tuesday Market in Lauraville; light refreshments served, courtesy of Zeke's Coffee, Tooloulou's & Berry cake from Hamilton Bakery.

6:00-9:00 The Gift Cellar, 4337B Harford Road, celebrates their 1st First Friday event. "Follow the stairs down to explore our wide range of gifts!"

5:00-9:00 Guest Artist, Christine Humphries, at the Hamilton Gallery, 5502 Harford Road

7:00 Pop for All Eternia - Charmed Life Gallery, 4505 Harford Road

Please remember that something is always happening on the First Friday of every month. 5502 Harford Road, Hamilton Gallery; 5440 Harford Road Hamilton Arts Collective; 4505 Charmed Life Gallery; Happy hour specials at participating restaurants & pubs. Please support your local arts!
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