Saturday, November 12th in Prince George’s County: Things to Do (Demo)

College Park Blues Festival, Clinton college fair with laptop give aways ,Taste of Potomac is commemorating their anniversary, and an intriguing play called “Fat Pig” that I’d love to see.  Just emailed them about some tickets.  If you attend any of these events, write me and tell me about your experience. 

College Park Blues Festival Warner Williams, Clarence “The Blues Man” Turner, the Tom Newman Band and the D.C. Blues Society Band perform the fourth annual festival,  6p.m.-11:30pm, University of Maryland, Ritchie Coliseum, 4533 Rossborough Lane, College Park. 301-405-1000.  Free.  More information at their WEBSITE HERE.
Taste of Potomac Gourmet Market at National Harbor, to commemorate their anniversary, is having demos and free tasting events featuring favorite items and preview new gourmet selections including beers, wines, holiday pastries, cheeses, snacks and more! Everyone that enters will choose a coupon for either 10, 20, 30, 40, or 50% off any purchases on 11/12 or 11/13 and be entered in the grand prize gourmet gift basket drawings!   Balloons for the kids!
College Fair in Clinton at the Stephen Decatur Community Center.  There will will financial aid workshops, laptop computer give aways, SAT Prep, college panel discussion, scholarship raffles, internship opportunities and more.  Stephen Decatur Community Center is located at 8200 Pinewod Drive, Clinton, the college fair is from 10am to 1 pm.  For more information, (301) 297-4648/TTY (301) 203-6030
PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY AUTHORS BOOK SIGNING at the Greenbelt Public Library , 1-4pm, Meeting Room, lower level, 11 Crescent Rd. Greenbelt, 301-249-0763.  The event features books about and authors from Prince George’s County, Maryland.  Authors will briefly talk about their books and will be available for further discussion and signing afterwards.  Light refreshments will be served. FREE

I would love to see this play but I’m covering another event: DANG IT!!!  FAT PIG, presented by the Prince George’s Community College Hallam Theatre, 301 Largo Rd., Upper Marlboro, MD 20774, 301-322-0920.  Authored by Neil LaBute, the play follows a young handsome man who has to explain his new relationship with a plus-sized woman to his shallow friends.  This play explores society’s traditional view of beauty.  For ticket information, call 301-322-0920 or email  The play opened Thursday, November 10 at 3:30 p.m., and runs November 11 – 13 and November 17 – 20 at 7:30 p.m.


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