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In this season of giving, support An die Musik Live and the artists who bring you live music

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Yes, it has been a difficult year, especially for musicians and performing artists. Yet, An die Musik Live refuses to be silent — we proudly pivoted early to find a way to continue producing the quality live performances you love.

And, just as importantly, we are giving world-class musicians who call the Baltimore area home the opportunity to perform. Overnight, most of them went from full calendars of performances, travel, and recording sessions to no work — a desperate position to find oneself in.

In the spirit of the holiday season, please consider showing your appreciation by making a Donation to Support An die Musik Live and Musicians who performed on our stage. Your generosity will help the musicians make ends meet, and will assist us with operating expenses and our desire to upgrade the hall and equipment to make the live stream experience even better!

Tonight! Join The Park School of Baltimore for a Virtual Middle and Upper School Admission Drop-In Conversation

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The Park School of Baltimore
Middle and Upper School Admission Drop-in Conversation
Monday, December 28 • 7-8 p.m. (Tonight!)

Via Zoom, join a conversation with Associate Head of School Priscilla Morales, Middle School Principal Josh Wolf, Upper School Director of Admission Ruthie Kalvar ’85, Middle School Director of Admission Cheveé Taylor ’01, and other Park community members. Park’s Middle and Upper School application deadline for the 2021-22 academic year is January 1! Registration: www.parkschool.net/events2020

Join The Park School of Baltimore for a Virtual Middle and Upper School Admission Drop-in Conversation

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The Park School of Baltimore
Middle and Upper School Admission Drop-in Conversation
Monday, December 28 • 7-8 p.m.

Via Zoom, join a conversation with Associate Head of School Priscilla Morales, Middle School Principal Josh Wolf, Upper School Director of Admission Ruthie Kalvar ’85, Middle School Director of Admission Cheveé Taylor ’01, and other Park community members. Park’s Middle and Upper School application deadline for the 2021-22 academic year is January 1! Registration: www.parkschool.net/events2020

Grant Funding Covers Total Cost for Select CCBC Continuing Education Programs

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What a challenging year 2020 has been! While we have all seen socio-economic changes to the way we live, there are many who have also seen their long-time jobs disappear. There are those who experienced a cut in pay, while even other workers may have had their hours cut…sometimes cut in half.  It has forced many to look to a career change. For those who find themselves in this situation, CCBC is offering eight programs at no cost through the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) grant.

For folks who’ve made the decision to switch careers, these programs are fully funded for those who meet the eligibility requirements.  They offer tuition, fees and books to any U.S. citizen who is a Maryland resident and whose job has been affected by COVID-19.

Friends School of Baltimore Announces the Blackburn Merit Award

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Friends School of Baltimore recently announced the creation of the Blackburn Merit Award. The merit award is made possible by generous donors who believe strongly in Friends’ mission to provide an extraordinary education for students of all genders. This award is named for Louisa Powell Blackburn, the first woman to hold the position as Head of School at Friends. Blackburn was responsible for founding the Nursery School, which is the forerunner of the current PrePrimary and Lower School.

SHOP THE BALTIMORE PUBLIC MARKETS THIS SEASON

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Neighborhood markets offer everything you need to make the holidays merry and bright

The holidays are just around the corner – and it’s the perfect time to consider making a visit to the Baltimore public markets for all your seasonal culinary needs. The markets, each with its own distinctive character and unique vendors, provide a refreshing – and relaxing – alternative to traditional grocery stores this month.

At Lexington, Broadway, Hollins, Northeast, Cross Street and Avenue markets, you can find the ingredients you need to cook a perfect holiday dinner at home – from fresh seafood and meats to mouth-watering produce and scrumptious desserts. Or, if you’re too busy to cook, you can order in from Market vendors, arguably some of the hottest food purveyors in the City. For more information and vendors lists, visit www.bpmarkets.com and www.lexingtonmarket.com.

Mercy High School Honors Distinguished Alumnae at Foundation Day Celebration

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Dynamic. Compassionate. Generous. Driven. These are apt descriptions of three Mercy High School alumnaeLaura Wontrop Klauser ’04, Dr. Kia Myrick McDaniel ’95, and Mary Agnes Myers Votta 68, P’10honored at the school’s Foundation Day ceremony earlier this month. Commemorating the establishment of the Sisters of Mercy on December 12, 1831, Foundation Day is observed annually by Mercy schools and other ministries around the worldIn that spirit, Mercy celebrated three outstanding women from among its more than 8,000 alumnae for their contributions to their alma mater, their professions, and the world.

Ruth Shaw – Your Home for Everything Holiday

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FABULOUS is a state of mind.

Ruth Shaw – your home for everything Holiday

Keeping the Holiday Magic Alive at Grace Preschool

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We’re all feeling it- the fatigue that comes with nine months of uncertainty due to COVID 19. With the holidays rapidly approaching, it’s easy to let the magic of the season slip away. 

The never ending feeling that you’re stuck in the movie, Groundhog Day, and the wish that everything would go back to normal- we’ve all felt it in one way or another.

The holidays don’t seem exactly the same, and finding ways to keep the celebrations alive has proven to be tricky.

There has been one surprising place that we’ve found the magic is still alive and well, full of sparkle, wonderment, creative energy, and celebration:

Grace Preschool Baltimore.

The faces entering the building each day- the giggles, the wide-eyed wonderment and excitement for what each day will hold, the anticipation of finishing that last gift to share with family members, and the never ending enthusiasm for Festive Fridays have helped to (as they say) “Make the season bright…”.

Get Festive in Holiday East with Joyful Jams

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JOYFUL JAMS AT HARBOR EAST
SATURDAYS IN DECEMBER 19TH
12PM-4PM
Aliceanna Street

Enjoy the sweet sounds of holidays on the harbor. Join us this Saturday, December 19th, from 12pm-4pm for Joyful Jams. Shop and dine the best of Baltimore while you take in live music and festive tunes from local artists. Pose in front of our holiday “selfie station” throughout the season! #HarborEastHoliday.

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