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Events this weekend (March 11 — 14)

By LEISURE EDITOR | March 9, 2021

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ROSIE JANG/CARTOONS EDITOR There is no better way to celebrate Pi Day than by making some pie.

We may be losing an hour to daylight saving time on Sunday, but that just means you should live the rest of your slightly shortened weekend to the fullest. Whether you’re participating in science trivia or virtually attending a racial justice concert, here are our upcoming events this weekend as we move into spring.  

Thursday

Baltimore Boom Bap Society and Baltimore Ceasefire, Racial Justice Concert Series (12 p.m. — 1 p.m)

Hip hop collective Baltimore Boom Bap Society will present an original performance addressing the root causes of gun violence in Baltimore and bring healing to those affected by loss of life in support of the Baltimore Ceasefire movement. Baltimore Ceasefire representatives will also talk about their fight for racial justice in Baltimore and how people can get involved. The event will be hosted on YouTube livestream. Free. 

Friday

Sci-Fi Fridays, Maryland Science Center (7 p.m. — 10 p.m.)

Join the Maryland Science Center for this week’s Sci-Fi Friday. Each Friday, the Center selects sci-fi movies you can stream, suggests a science activity inspired by the films and gives a recipe for a themed drink on the event page. This week, stream Contact and follow along on the event page for the science activity and cocktail. Free.

Saturday

Trivia Night!, Baltimore Underground Science Space (7 p.m. — 9 p.m.)

Baltimore Underground Science Space in Highlandtown is hosting their first ever trivia night. The trivia will combine a mix of science questions and science-adjacent questions. This event will be online due to COVID-19. Free.

Sunday

Pi(e) Day, Maryland Science Center (12 p.m. — 4 p.m.)

Celebrate Pi(e) Day online, courtesy of the Maryland Science Center! Enjoy activities that include educational explanations of pi, musical pi, a livestream of pies dropping from the roof of the Science Center and the design of your own pi-inspired necklace. Free.

The Fine Art of Gratitude, Enoch Pratt Free Library (2 p.m. — 4 p.m.)

Community artist and educator Cinder Hypki is hosting a workshop that focuses on writing and simple visual art techniques for communicating and conveying messages in the time of COVID-19. Celebrate and practice the fine art of gratitude with papers, colors, pens and other supplies that will be provided in an art kit. Free. 

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