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Events this weekend (March 19 — 21)

By LEISURE EDITOR | March 17, 2021



Poe’s Magic in downtown Baltimore is hosting virtual, interactive performances.

Take advantage of the extra hour of sunlight (okay, maybe it’s not actually an extra hour, but an extra hour in the evening) to enjoy all the fun events that Baltimore has to offer.


BGI Weekend at Ida B’s, Ida B’s Table (11 a.m. — Sunday, 7 p.m.)

Brown Girls International (BGI) is collaborating with Ida B’s Table all weekend in honor of Women’s History Month. Enjoy some good food and support BGI, a nonprofit which seeks to provide Black girls ages 11-17 with opportunities to experience the world. Free.

Time Capture with Dave Thomen, Lord Baltimore Dining & Events (8 p.m. — 9 p.m.)

Dave Thomen of D’s Magic is hosting an interactive performance at Poe’s Magic online. Log in to think like a magician and experience each moment of magic with an architect of time. $20. 


Spring Bazaar, Hanover Cross Street Courtyard (12 p.m. — 5 p.m.)

Celebrate the first day of spring at the Hanover Cross Street Courtyard while supporting small businesses. This outdoor market will have live music, shopping and food to go. Face masks and COVID-19 guidelines will be enforced. Register in advance for tickets. Free. 

Akua Allrich & The Tribe: The Genius of Black Women in Music, Creative Alliance (8 p.m.)

Join vocalist Akua Allrich and her group, The Tribe, in this annual event honoring the defining female voices of Black music. The event is produced by the Creative Alliance with support from the Greater Baltimore Urban League. It will be live-streamed in high definition with a four-camera system. $10 for Creative Alliance members, $20 nonmembers. 


The 45th Annual Baltimore Bach Marathon (Virtual), Music at St. David’s (1 p.m. — 5 p.m.)

The Baltimore tradition of celebrating J.S. Bach’s birthday continues virtually this year on YouTube. Stream a variety of his music written for organ, voices and chamber ensemble. Free.

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