Calendar: March 3–May 18


March 3-5
American Craft Council Craft Marketplace
Catch the American Craft Council’s three-day celebration of all things handmade. Collectors, enthusiasts and supporters of the craft community and its artists can expect a wide selection of handmade goods in a variety of mediums including ceramics, glass, jewelry, clothing, furniture, basketry and more. For more information visit the event’s calendar entry at
Price: $10 – $15, Free for those under 12 and all ACC members

(David Stuck)

March 5
Baltimore Foodies: Food Collective – Hamantaschen Baking
Join YAD, the Repair the World team and the Moishe House Pod for a free afternoon of cookies and learning at Our Time Kitchen from 3 to 6 p.m. Our Time Kitchen is located at 117 W. 24th St. in Baltimore. Register online to attend. For additional information or questions contact Sarah Machlis at [email protected].

March 8
International Day of the Woman Dignity Grows Packing Party
Band together in honor of International Day of the Woman to support and inspire women in the Baltimore community. Participants will help pack totes with hygiene products to help combat period poverty and take the strain off of low-income people in need of feminine hygiene products.
Price: $36

March 8
Pathways to Parenthood
Gain information, insight and guidance into the multiple aspects of infertility and other family-building challenges through this free Zoom panel hosted by Jewish Community Services and the Cade Foundation. The panel will feature physicians specializing in fertility, a psychologist, a representative from the Barker Adoption Foundation, a rabbi and fertility experts. The panel will run from 7 to 8 p.m. Register to receive a link to the program. For additional information contact Michelle Goldberg at [email protected].

March 8
SCAMO – Scam Bingo from the Office of Consumer Protection
Have fun and learn about popular scams and how to avoid them with this free event, hosted in partnership between the Wilde Lake Community Association and Howard County Office of Consumer Protection. The BINGO will be held at Slayton House, at 10400 Cross Fox Lane in Columbia. This event is for adults only and registration is required to attend. For additional information call 410-730-3987.

March 12, 13
CTPC Presents: Disney’s “Beauty & The Beast JR”
See a classic fairy tale of the power of love, transformation and tolerance brought to life on the Gordon Center stage. Attendees can catch the performance on March 12 at 5 p.m. or March 13 at 7 p.m. The play will occur at the Gordon Center, 3506 Gwynnbrook Ave. in Owings Mills. For additional information email [email protected] or call 410-356-SHOW.
Price: $9 – $18

March 14
Living with Parkinson’s Disease
Receive free education and support for coping with the physical, emotional and social impact of Parkinson’s disease through a recurring Zoom session. The group will meet from 2 to 3 p.m. Discussion will be facilitated by Michelle Goldberg, LCSW-C. For additional information call 410-843-7355 or email [email protected].

March 14
The Jewish History of Harlem Virtual Stroll
Join the Baltimore Zionist District and tour guide Barry Judelman for a free virtual walkthrough of Jewish Harlem, the world’s third-largest
Jewish community from 1870 to 1930. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about an often-forgotten segment of Jewish history and the Jewish institutions in Harlem that helped shape the Judaism of today. The tour will begin at 11 a.m. To attend, register online.

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