Calendar: August 26-September 1

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Sunday, August 28
Happy Glaze
Looking for a creative indoor activity to do with friends or children? Drop into Happy Glaze, a paint-your-own ceramics studio at the Park Heights JCC. Select from a large stock of various pre-made ceramics items for kids and adults. Paints, brushes, stencils: everything you need is ready and waiting. After you paint and glaze your item, it will be fired in the kiln and ready for pick up in one to two weeks. Noon. Park Heights JCC. 5700 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore. For more information, visit https://www.jcc.org/event/happy-glaze-5.

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Sunday, August 28
Veterans Sefer Torah Parade and Celebration
A hachnosos sefer Torah celebration will welcome the Bernie and Beatrice Fass Sefer Torah to the JUSA Center, in memory of World War ll Veteran Ernie Fass. The Veterans Torah Celebration will be followed by a special salute to local veterans, in partnership with the Jewish War Veterans of Maryland. 2:30-4:30 p.m. The JUSA Center. 2316 Sugarcone Road, Baltimore. Free. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/VeteransSeferTorah.


Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, August 29-31
Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare
“Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare” is an exhibit bringing the history of the Cold War in Hollywood to life. Through personal narratives of blacklisted people, members of the House Un-American Activities Committee, and film executives, the exhibit shares stories of people on both sides of the Communist/anti-Communist divide. It features film stills, photographs, movie posters, documents, and more, and explores the intersection of politics, popular culture, economics, and the First Amendment. It is an original exhibit created by and on loan from Jewish Museum Milwaukee. 12-4 p.m. Jewish Museum of Maryland. 15 Lloyd Street, Baltimore. Tickets range from $4-$10.

Wednesday, August 31
Small Business Seminar: Mental Health, Wellness & Stress Management
Join industry professional Jacqueline Duncan for an interactive online discussion including how to overcome anxiety, manage stress, and handle mental health challenges at work, at home, and in the community. 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Virtual event. Register at https://web.centralmarylandchamber.org/events.

Through September 5
Very Eric Carle: A Very Hungry, Quiet, Lonely, Clumsy, Busy Exhibit
Take advantage of the final week to step into the pages of author Eric Carle’s beloved books at Port Discovery Children’s Museum’s limited-time exhibit, featuring hands-on activities and interactive displays. 35 Market Place, Baltimore. For hours and ticket information visit portdiscovery.org/veryericcarle.

To submit an event to the community calendar, go to jewishtimes.com/calendar or portal.cityspark.com/add/event/JewishTimes. Events should ideally be submitted at least three weeks in advance.

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