Events in Baltimore this weekend: April 13-16

April 13, 2017

Thursday

Lesbians Who Tech (and friends) Baltimore April Meetup

Sugarvale, 5:30 p.m.

Join a community of queer women and allies who work in tech fields for beverages, conversation about geeky topics and professional networking. $0-15.

Friday

Married to Art: Espi Frazier artist talk

Gallery CA, 6:30 p.m.

Espi Frazier talks about her exhibition and the herstory of her journey as presented through her art, while creatively commenting on our society, culture and history. No listed cover.

Build Bridges, Tear Down Walls: Jail Support Spring Kickoff!

Sweet 27, 7 p.m.

Join a collective of community members who have been hosting a weekly jail sit at Baltimore Central Booking since summer 2016 to broaden networks, eat, drink and raise funds. A percentage of all purchases go to fund the Jail Support Crew.

Saturday

Spring Tree Fruit Fair

Rawlings Conservatory, 10 a.m.

Attend workshops on growing fruit in an urban environment and get a free fruit tree for your house on a first come, first served basis at a fair run by the Baltimore City Fruit Tree Partnership. Free.

Susan Alcorn and Sahba Sizdahkhani

Pepto Palace, 7 p.m.

Susan Alcorn continues to bring back the steel pedal guitar along with Sahba Sizdahkhani, who will likely be on the 104-string Persian santur. Susan Alcorn is an absolute must-see if you have never experienced her music. $5-10.

Sunday

Helltrap Nightmare

E.M.P. Collective, 8 p.m.

From Chicago, Helltrap Nightmare is a night of comedy horror and noise music terror that has garnered a cult following for their unique format that allows experimental noise musicians, performers and stand up comics to share the stage in order to share their wildest and most radical material. $10.

 

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