Don your finest Fair Isle and shamrock on for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Celtic Celebration, a heel-kicking good time featuring step-dancing, bagpipes and music from “Braveheart,” “Titanic,” “Finian’s Rainbow,” “Brigadoon” and more, brought to you by Jack Everly and the BSO SuperPops.
Tickets: $33-$99. Mar. 17-19 at the Meyerhoff.
Friday Night Stargazing.
Wishing you could see the stars a bit better? Gaze at the moon, planets and other celestial bodies at the Maryland Science Center Observatory through their computer controlled telescope.
Fridays at The Observatory at the Maryland Science Center, 5:30-9:00p.m., free
Explore Creative Alliance’s galleries and create original art work at the arts and crafts station with teachers Terry Barnes and Alexandra Gonzalez.
Saturdays through April 22 at Creative Alliance, 12:00p.m.-3:00p.m., free
Steppin’ at the Junction
Jam out with acoustic band Charm City Junction and Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble. This performance will make you want to dance to the beat with its “Bluegrass-inspired” music and dance.
Gordon Center for Performing Arts, 8:30p.m., tickets $15 children and students, $25 adults (in advance)
Baltimore Center Stage: If I Had A Superpower
Check out Baltimore’s Center Stage’s first-ever Family Series with a day of interactive fun and entertaining theater surrounding the show “If I Had A Superpower.” Kids can come in costumes and sing along!
Saturday, March 18 at Baltimore’s Center Stage, 10:30 a.m., $15 tickets
African American Cultural Celebration
Visit the African American Cultural Celebraton for a kids-centered day of entertainment, art and stories. From children’s crafts to a Pixilated Photo Booth, this event will feature plenty of educational adventures.
Free. 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. at at the Walters Art Museum.
Weekend Workshop: Broadway Bound
Kids ages 5-11 learn Broadway-style singing and dancing from the pros.
Saturday, March 18 at The Single Carrot Theatre, 10:30 – 11:15 a.m., $5 admission fee
Thomas and Friends: Explore the Rails
Learn about technology, science, and math by playing with the very friendly and very blue Thomas the Tank Engine. Dress up as a conductor, explore Thomas’ engine and more!
Port Discovery Museum, museum hours, included with general admission
Meet small animals like frogs and salamanders while learning fun facts about their lives, habitats and more.
National Aquarium, 2:15p.m., included with general admission
Internationally-known music and dance group Stomp uses poles, garbage cans and many other unconventional instruments to create rhythm on the stage. Great for the entire family!
Hippodrome, 1:00p.m., tickets $42
Walk, Wonder, and Create Family Tours: Full STEAM Ahead
Join the museum on a tour complete with arts, crafts and plenty of discussion on the importance of science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM).
Sunday, March 19 at The Walters Art Museum. 11:00-12:00 p.m. Free.
The Paper Bag Players: Trip to the Moon
The Jewish Museum of Maryland presents “Trip to the Moon!,” a fun, interactive theater brought to you by The Paper Bag Players. Take an astronomical journey full of whimsical stories, loveable characters and live music.
Sunday, March 19 at The Jewish Museum of Maryland. 2:00-3:00 p.m., Non-members $16 tickets, Members $13 tickets.