This week, local shops host in-store speakers, artists and sales, and debut new products for the season. Check out these events going on around Baltimore:
The Ivy Bookshop will host two events in its Falls Road store this week. The first, at 6 p.m. on Saturday November 1st, is a talk with epidemiologist and humanitarian Sandy Althomsons, author of Inside a Refugee Crisis: My Time in South Sudan. The second talk, held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 4th, is with George W. Liebmann, author of The Last American Diplomat, a book about the diplomat John D. Negroponte.
On Wednesday, November 5th and Thursday, November 6th, silhouette artist Lena Bengtson will be creating silhouette portraits at The Pied Piper in Cross Keys. Call ahead for appointment availability.
Starting on Thursday, November 6th, Lori K will host a Lafayette 148 trunk show to preview the brand’s new collection. The show will run through Sunday, November 15th.
Hampden’s local shops will go big on Friday, November 7th to celebrate November’s First Friday with extended hours and fun specials. Check the Hampden Village Merchants’ Association website for details as they emerge.
While you’re in Hampden, check out the new music collection at Cloud 9. The store’s Hampden location has started carrying a small collection curated by Jason Willette of the record shop True Vine.
Head to Handbags in the City in Harbor East to check out the new Tory Burch fall bags, which just arrived in the store this week.
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