Calendar: July 28-July 31

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Thursday, July 28
Living with Low Vision
If you are living with macular degeneration or other visual impairments, this group offers conversation, support and the latest information on resources and assistive technology. Facilitated by Rachel Brodsky, MA, CMC. Free and open to the public. 1:30-2:30 p.m.; Edward A. Myerberg Center, 3101 Fallstaff Road, Baltimore; free; For more information, contact Rachel Brodsky at 410-843-7421 or rbrodsky@jcsbaltimore.org.

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Thursday, July 28
Bowling with MoHo
Who doesn’t love a classic game of duckpin bowling? Join Moishe House Baltimore, an organization for Jewish young adults ages 21-33, after work and bowl your heart out at the Patterson Bowling Center. Moishe House Baltimore will cover bowling admission; you only need to pay for shoe rental. RSVP, masking and proof of vaccination are required. 7-8:30 p.m.; Patterson Bowling Center, 1817 E. Fayette St., Baltimore; free, but guests will need to pay for shoe rental; RSVP at bit.ly/MoisheHouseBowling.


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Friday, July 29
Services in the Park
Join Beth Am Synagogue for this annual summer favorite. At 6 p.m., bring your own dairy/parve picnic dinner. At 7 p.m., there will be Klei Kodesh instrumental Kabbalat Shabbat services, led by Rav Daniel Burg, Rav Tyler Dratch and Uncle Ira’s Hebrew Washboard Ensemble. Open to the community. 6-8:30 p.m.; Waterfowl Pavilion, Mansion House Drive, Baltimore; free; RSVP at bit.ly/ServicesinthePark.

Saturday, July 30
Shorashim Shabbat
Come meet Cantor Benjamin Matis and join Beth Israel Congregation for a family-friendly Shabbat service and play. Bring your own lunch. 10 a.m.-noon; Embark Education, 120 Sparks Valley Road Suite B, Hunt Valley; free; register at bethisrael-om.org/event/shorashim-shabbat.html.

Sunday, July 31
Happy Glaze
Looking for a creative indoor activity to do with friends or children? Drop into Happy Glaze, the JCC’s popular paint-your-own ceramics studio. We supply the paints, brushes, stencils… everything you need. After you paint and glaze your item, we will fire it in our kiln and it will be ready for pick up in 1-2 weeks. Noon-4 p.m.; Weinberg Park Heights JCC, 5700 Park Heights Ave., Baltimore; $5 per person or $15 per family for members, $7 per person or $20 per family for nonmembers, items range from $5-$20; register at sforce.co/3OaYQOp.

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