Weekend Happenings, Oct. 21st-23rd (Demo)

Mt. Rainier Live Jazz Expressions, Connie Briscoe at Book Club Meeting,  Vicki Yohe presents at free workshop, India.Arie at Strathmore, WALE at the Filmore, Spike Mendelsohn at National Harbor, Maryland Renaissance Festival and yes Howard’s homecoming is going on this weekend but it’s NOT IN PGCo so I don’t have any link to it! LOL! I’m a Howard Alum so get over it.

 

Friday, October 21st

Mt. Rainier Nature/Recreation Center is sponsoring a Jazz Expressions Coffee House.  Come hear live music, Open Mic for poetry & songs, Dance Area, Coffee, Tea, & Hors d’oeurvres, Ages 18 & up; Cost: Resident $8 - Non-Resident $9.  4701 31st Place, Mt. Ranier, 7:00pm-10pm .  More information HERE
Meet author Connie Briscoe, the bestselling author of Brothers & Sisters, PG County, and her new book, Money Can’t Buy Love at Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex, 8001 Sheriff Road, Landover, 7-9pm.  Please note that the author will only sign books purchased from Mahogany Books.  Additional information HERE
 

Saturday, October 22nd

Evangel Assembly’s Music and Fine Arts Department welcomes you to attend a FREE informal workshop with Christian music artist Vicki Yohe.  Workshop starts at 3pm, Evangel Assembly is located at 5900 Old Branch Avenue, Temple Hills, (301) 899-5940, (703) 837-4794, (703) 819-3258
India.Arie and Idan Raichel presented at the Strathmore, 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda, 8pm. Tickets start at $31.50.  See SITE  for details
WALE appearing at the Filmore in Silver Spring, 8656 Colesville Rd, 7pm.  Tickets start at $45 at stubhub.com
Spike Mendelsohn from Top Chef will be at National Harbor’s Stonewall Kitchen to autograph his cookbook  from 2pm-4pm.  Spike’s restaurants are located Capitol Hill, Good Stuff Eatery and We the Pizza.   Please call the store for questions and/or details at 301.749.6902. Web site HERE
Maryland Renaissance Festival Eight stages of continuous entertainment by acts: sword swallowing, Celtic music, juggling, comedy and daily performances of “Hamlet.”  Festival vendors offer the likes of turkey legs, mead, chain mail garments, art, hammocks and tarot readings. Costumes are encouraged. Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Closes Sunday. Maryland Renaissance Festival Grounds, 1821 Crownsville Rd., Annapolis. 800-296-7304.  $19, seniors $16, ages 7-15 $9, age 6 and younger free.
See HERE for more information.
 

Sunday, October, 23rd

Jackson Brown is at Warner Theater. Last I checked, there were 6 tickets left starting at $79.  Tickets at stubhub.com
Maryland Renaissance Festival Eight stages offer continuous entertainment by acts including sword swallowing, Celtic music, juggling, comedy and daily performances of “Hamlet.” The wooded venue is also full of unusual vendors offering the likes of turkey legs, mead, chain mail garments, art, hammocks and tarot readings. Costumes are encouraged. Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Closes Sunday. Maryland Renaissance Festival Grounds, 1821 Crownsville Rd., Annapolis. 800-296-7304.  $19, seniors $16, ages 7-15 $9, age 6 and younger free.  See HERE for more information.
 

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