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Events this weekend (April 17 — 18)

By LEISURE EDITOR | April 14, 2021



If you can't make it to Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens in person, check out their live presentation over Zoom on the basics of daffodils.

Take advantage of your remaining free time before finals season hits and you retreat to D-Level. Beware of friends who try to lure you into the library on these beautiful days; let’s be real, whatever it is can be done the Monday after.


Daffodils 101, The Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens (10 a.m.)

The Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens is hosting a live presentation by Joan Bender of the Maryland Daffodil Society on the fundamentals of choosing, planting and growing daffodils. You’ll get to learn about the different “faces” of daffodils. The event will stream online. Free.

Bmore Flea & Craft Market 2021, Bmore Flea (11 a.m. — 4 p.m.)

Head to Bmore Flea at Broadway Market in Fells Point for arts, crafts and vintage finds from Baltimore’s best local vendors. Follow Bmore Flea on Instagram for updates and additional information. Free. 

Magic & Mystery with Ran’D Shine, Poe’s Magic Theatre (8 p.m. — 9 p.m.)

Baltimore staple Poe’s Magic Theater is hosting magician and comedian Ran’D Shine, known for performing “Real Magic for Real People.” The event will be streamed over Zoom. $20.


Pathway to Wellness through Movement: I Could Never Love Anyone..., Black Mental Health Alliance for Education & Consultation, Inc. (6 p.m. — 7:30 p.m.)

Dance company Katharine Pettit Creative is leading an online movement workshop. The workshop includes stretching and movement exercises as well as a dance musical about three sisters and their struggles with addiction. The event features British R&B and Canadian hip-hop. Free.

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