ellen cherry filming Recovering Eurydice, a virtual concert. (photo via Eventbrite)

March is here, and that means it’s Women’s History Month. This weekend brings the lead-up to International Women’s Day on Monday. Fittingly, there are plenty of (virtual) musical performances and art exhibitions this weekend featuring the work of women. Plus, BMI’s big event goes virtual, and a dog doc that raises funds for BARCS:

ellen cherry presents: Recovering Eurydice: Through March 31, virtual.  The Baltimore singer-songwriter presents a 40-minute concert, accessible to watch after buying an online ticket. It’s in honor of the eighth anniversary of a car crash cherry experienced in 2013 while on tour in Texas, and the concert’s songs are written in response to the event.

STRAY opening weekend fundraiser for BARCS: March 5-7, virtual. The SNF Parkway Theatre presents a documentary that explores living on the street through the eyes of three stray dogs. A portion of the proceeds supports Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter (BARCS).

BmoreArt with Jerrell Gibbs and Keith Timmons: 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 4. In a virtual event, BmoreArt’s Cara Ober and Jeffrey Kent discuss supporting artists with rising art star Jerrell Gibbs and collector Keith Timmons.

History of the Edgar Allan Poe House: 1 p.m. on Friday, March 5. Poe House Director Enrica Jang discusses the history of the N. Amity Street and the author. It’s the latest in a series of virtual events presented by The Baltimore Architecture Foundation, Baltimore Heritage and Doors Open Baltimore.

Sci-Fi Friday: 7 p.m. on Friday, March 5. The Maryland Science Center presents a virtual screening of “Guardians of the Galaxy,” complete with a science activity and themed cocktail.

Love Groove Festival presents Women Artists’ Showcase: 8 p.m. on Friday, March 5. The music festival presents a virtual performance of eight women musicians, plus an all-woman house band. The Women’s History Month event is raising money for the The Johns Hopkins Avon Foundation Breast Center.

we make do // wit wat we got” and “Draped in Dark“: 1-7 p.m. on Saturday, March 6, at Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center. It’s the opening for a new art Necessary Tomorrows founder Sharayna Ashanti Christmas curates two art exhibitions, presented as “a testament to the power of the Black communal experience.”

The BMI Bull & Oyster Roast: 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 6, virtual. The Baltimore Museum of Industry event celebrates the oyster, with cooking demos, a farm tour and storytelling, hosted by WYPR’s Tom Hall.

Running Into Purpose: 2:30-5 p.m. on Sunday March 7, at Lake Montebello. In honor of International Women’s Day on Monday, Empowered W.A.P. holds a 5K.

Beau Soir Ensemble: 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 7, virtual. An Die Musik Live! presents a streaming concert from the chamber music trio featuring viola, flute and harp.

Stephen Babcock

Stephen Babcock is the editor of Technical.ly Baltimore and an editor-at-large of Baltimore Fishbowl.

2 replies on “10 Virtual Things to Do in Baltimore This Weekend: Love Groove Festival; BMI Bull & Oyster Roast; ellen cherry’s Recovering Eurydice”

  1. I would like to know when banks are going to open for full service indoors,bars and strip clubs can open i think banks are a lot safer.

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