Why to go: Experience the wonders of space in the comfort of Robinson Nature Center’s Nature Sphere, a digital planetarium and dome-style movie theater. Join us as we explore our universe-from planets, to constellations, to black holes. This program is for adults and children over the age of 5. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are $6 and sell out fast. It is recommended you pre-register by calling 410-313-0400 to secure your seat.
Why to go: HCC’s Arts Collective’s (AC) improv group “What Improv Group?!?!” (W.I.G.) is adding its first off-shoot improv group – FEATURING TEEN ACTORS ages 14-18 – to AC’s upcoming 18th Season! AC's new teen cast will perform during various W.I.G. shows throughout AC’s 2012-2013 season. Audition appointments required.
Visit AC’s website for audition appointment info and details, improv style, rehearsal and show information: Click Here!
Where/When: Prince George's Stadium, 4101 Crain Hwy NE, Bowie, Maryland 20716,
Children’s Concert: Concert gates open at 4:00pm. Children’s Concert begins at 4:15pm.
Bowie Baysox Game: Gates open to the public at 5:30pm. Baysox game time is 6:35 p.m. Fireworks are scheduled to follow the game.
Family Campout Event: Friday, August 3, 2012: Sleep under the stars at Baysox Stadium. (Pre-registration required http://www.baysoxshop.com for tickets) - $10.00.
Why to go: Campout, baseball game and firework fun for the entire family, concert especially for the kids!
A special ticket package is needed for campout and concert.
Children’s concert: $12 in advance, $14.00 at the door.
Family Campout: $10.00
Regular Game Pricing: $7.00
Why to go: The Friday Night Swing Dance Club run dances with Great Bands EVERY Friday night in Towson. Our $12 Fee includes a beginning Swing Class at 8:00 to 9:00, a super dance band every Friday Night from 9:00 to Mid-night, and light refreshments.
Our Dances are open to the public to all ages 16 years old and up.
NO PARTNERS NECESSARY.
Hope to see you dancing soon call or e-mail if you have questions.
Where/When: Laurel Mill Playhouse, 508 Main Street, Laurel, MD, Friday, July 27, 2012 – Sunday, August 19, 2012, 8:00 p.m.
Why to go: The story of young love and feuding families, this famous story will be full of action and music.
Where/When: 1030 Leslie Ave, Catonsville, MD, Friday, August 3, 2012, 6:30 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.
Why to go: Learn to Fence! It's Fun! It's Exciting! It's Different!
Beginner fencing classes are now forming. Ages 8 - 80.
8 weeks sessions for Thursday or Friday evening 6:30pm to 7:15pm.
We provide the equipment and weapons.
You come in comfortable gym clothes and good tennis or cross-training shoes.
Can be a great experience for the family. And we offer family discounts!
Where/When: Friday, August 3 and Saturday, August 4, 2012, 10:00 a.m.
Why to go: The experience of perpetual, participatory pandemonium that wowed, bewildered and astonished visitors to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor last summer has returned! Now through Labor Day, the Maryland Science Center presents the Summer of EVEN MORE Irresponsible Science.
All new contraptions and experiments like the Chicken Flinger (a real-life Angry Birds!), powerful Can Crusher and flaming, whirling Tornado of Fire have been added to the irresponsible inventory alongside returning favorites like the Super Squirting Sphere of Science and the Toilet Paper Cannon. Maryland Science Center visitors will witness robots operate a Rube Goldberg machine, popping hydrogen balloons into bursts of flame.
Guests will harness chemistry and physics to create take-home science toys and see what electric contraptions can be assembled from the innards of old televisions. The fashion forward can even design wearable, light-up accessories with circuits and LEDs.
Visitors are warned to keep their eyes open for Pop-Up Science, surprise demonstrations from multitudes of mad scientists demonstrating the powers of lasers, magnetic levitation and other science marvels.
Where/When: Howard County Fairgrounds, 2210 Fairground Road, West Friendship, Maryland 21794, (410) 442-1022, Dates: August 4-11, 2012, Fair Hours, Hours vary, see the full schedule.
Why to go: The Howard County Fair is an American tradition of good, wholesome fun including livestock exhibits, carnival rides and games, musical entertainment, educational demonstrations, and an animal petting zoo. The Howard County Fair hosts daily horse shows, pony rides, tractor pulls, and livestock competitions. Popular contests include the Pretty Baby Contest, Talent Show and Cow Milking Contest.
Pricing: $5 per person, ages 10 and up / Children under 10 years old admitted FREE
$2 for seniors.