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Events this weekend (Nov. 5— Nov. 6)

By LEISURE EDITOR | November 5, 2021

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Pumpkin ale, cute fall photoshoots and a good time — that's a solid weekend plan. 

The weather is getting colder, and the semester is getting harder. It’s time to take care of your mental health and step out of the Hopkins bubble this weekend, even if just briefly. Take advantage of this weekend’s events before it gets too cold outside!

Friday 

A Toast with a Ghost and Adam Stone, Poe’s Magic at the Holiday Inn (8 p.m. — 9 p.m.)

Do you like magic? Join magician Adam Stone for a spooky night! Performing a few blocks away from where Edgar Allan Poe passed away, Stone will magically connect your spirit with the ghost of Poe himself. This is the perfect way to channel any remaining Halloween spirit you have left and will leave you and your friends in awe. Tickets: $20. 

Free Movie Night, Prigel Family Creamery (5:30 p.m. — 8:30 p.m.)

A wholesome movie night with friends, wrapped up in a thick blanket and sipping on milkshakes: Yup, that sounds perfect. 

This year, The Lion King will play at the Prigel Family Creamery with an ice cream station for all attendees to enjoy. At this family-friendly event, you are encouraged to come early to set up blankets and enjoy an ice cream sundae. Complimentary popcorn and water will be served throughout the screening. Free; registration required.

Saturday

2021 Baltimore Craft Beer Festival, Canton Waterfront Park (12 p.m. — 5 p.m.)

It’s time to put your beer knowledge to the test! This year’s festival will feature beers from dozens of Maryland breweries, and it’s bound to be a great time. There will also be a live judging of the Maryland Craft Beer Competition’s “Final Table,” live music, local food trucks (can you imagine how good the food will taste after splurging on beer?), unique vendors and more.

The perfect fall adventure for those 21+. Tasting passes start at $45, and designated drivers get in for $15. More ticketing information can be found online

Early Christmas Flea Market and Craft Fair, Benson-Hammond House (8 a.m. — 3 p.m.)

Looking for something more chill and lowkey? Craving a relaxed stroll with a date? The Ann Arrundell County Historical Society is hosting an Early Christmas Flea Market and Craft Fair on the grounds of the historic Benson-Hammond House. There will be many vendors, crafters and lots to see and buy! More information can be found on the Historical Society website under “Events.” Free to enter.


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