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Events this weekend (March 27 — 28)

By LEISURE EDITOR | March 25, 2021

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Take a break from hanging out on the Beach and check out this weekend’s virtual and off-campus events.

Before we rappel into April showers, enjoy the last weekend of March and the amazing warm weather. Who knew how quickly seasonal depression could be lifted until they were sitting on the Beach at 2 p.m. on a Thursday?

Saturday

Tiny Owl Yarns Trunk Show, Lovelyarns (11 a.m.)

Lovelyarns in Hampden is hosting Morgan Boyer of Tiny Owl Yarns, a local hand-dyer, for a trunk show. A virtual video tour of the show will be posted to their YouTube channel and their website will have a page dedicated to the show in order to shop. Shop in person by appointment. Free.

32nd National Drawing & Print Exhibition, Notre Dame of Maryland University (5 p.m. — 6 p.m.)

The 32nd National Drawing & Print Competitive Exhibition will be on view from March 22 through April 23. Attend the virtual reception and juror’s talk to hear Alex Ebstein, curator director of exhibitions at Goucher College, discuss the featured artwork. Comments will also be given by the artists themselves. If you can’t make the reception, a virtual version of the gallery is available here, but the gallery is open to the public by appointment. Free.

The Sorcerer’s Lair with David Parr, Poe’s Magic Academy (8 p.m. — 9 p.m.)

Virtually join award-winning magician David Parr to partake in the illusions of Parr’s house. The show will also include a question and answer portion at the end and will be streamed over Zoom. $20.

Sunday

Bill Warfield & the Hells Kitchen Funk Orchestra, Keystone Korner Baltimore (6:30 p.m.)

Come celebrate the new album of the Hell’s Kitchen Funk Orchestra (HKFO) by streaming their release from Keystone Korner Baltimore. The HKFO is a group of New York City jazz and studio musicians. You can purchase a 72-hour streaming pass for $10.

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