Calendar: Oct. 30–Nov. 9

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(Courtesy of The Jewish Museum of Maryland)

Oct. 30
Music of the Red Scare: A Virtual Concert Featuring Ryan Harvey & Brivele
Join the Jewish Museum of Maryland for an online performance with folk and klezmer songs about the history and themes raised by the museum’s exhibit, “Blacklist: The Hollywood Red Scare.” Harvey is a Baltimore-based musician and activist, and Brivele is a Seattle-based anti-fascist klezmer folk-punk trio. The virtual concert will be held from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET, and from noon to 1 p.m. PT on Zoom. The exhibit will be on view until Oct. 31. Prices: $0-$50; Tickets: https://68398.blackbaudhosting.com/68398/Music-of-the-Red-Scare-A-Virtual-Concert-
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Nov. 1
Love and Struggle: The Family Caregiving Crisis
Attend a screening of the short documentary “Caregiver: A Love Story” with a post-film talk by the film’s executive producer and director, Jessica Zitter. She will present “Conquering the Caregiving Crisis,” speaking on the family caregiver burden and public-health crisis. The event begins at 7 p.m. Free. Register: https://www.lifebridgehealth.org/BridgingLife/BridgingLifeEventWithJessicaZitter.aspx#FormSection

Nov. 2
Parents and Teachers as Partners: Getting Ready for PT Conferences
Receive support and information from the community as they join Jewish Educational Services’ SHEMESH and CHADD of Greater Baltimore for a support group for parents of children with attention and executive function difficulties. The program features Brenna Blount, M.A.T. special educator. The conversation will run from 8 p.m. to 9:15 p.m. Free.
https://associated.org/event/parents-and-teachers-as-partners-getting-ready-for-pt-conferences/

Nov. 4
Catch Avi Wisnia performing from new album, ‘Catching Leaves’
Musician Avi Wisnia will start an East Coast tour beginning in Baltimore on Friday, Nov. 4, when he will perform at An Die Musik, located on the second floor of a historic townhouse that presents jazz and classical performances. The tour is timed to his first album in 10 years, “Catching Leaves.” Wisnia is the son of a rabbi and grandson of a renowned Polish-born cantor and Holocaust survivor, David Wisnia. Showtime is at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at: https://www.instantseats.com/?fuseaction=home.artist&VenueID=321&artistid=24101.

Avi Wisnia (Courtesy)

Nov. 8
Veteran’s Day at the Edward A. Myerberg Center
See a special performance by “Voices of Vets, Presentation of Colors” by Franklin High School Color Guard, and a slideshow of Myerberg members and their loved ones who have served the U.S. military. Light kosher refreshments will be served. For assistance with registration, call 410-358-6856. Free. Register: myerberg.org/vets2022

Nov. 9
Songs & Stories: A Tribute to Sammy Cahn with the JCC
Discover the songs and stories of Emmy and Academy Award winner Sammy Cahn (1913-1993), who was best known for his romantic lyrics to songs of Hollywood and Broadway. This event will be held virtually from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Prices: $12.50 – $15
Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/songs-stories-a-tribute-to-sammy-cahn-tickets-370635660237?aff=JCCBaltimore 

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