Kim Uslin

B’More Social: March 22-25

THURSDAY Stroller Safari Bring your little ones for a special stroll through the zoo along with animal stories and songs. Registration required. Ages 18-36 months with adult. Zoo admission extra. Maryland Zoo. 10:30-11:15 a.m. $7/member, $10/non-member. marylandzoo.org Amazon STEM Series: Gripping Robotics Technology and engineering come together as you make …

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B’More Social: March 15-18

THURSDAY Animal Craft Safari Come for a wild time of crafts, stories, ecology and an encounter with a member of the zoo’s animal embassy. Registration required. Ages 4 and up.March 15 and 25. Maryland Zoo. 11-11:45 a.m. $7/member, $10/non-member. marylandzoo.org Homeschool Workshop: An Empire’s Legacy of Faberge and the Russian …

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B’More Social: March 8-11

THURSDAY Let’s Get Ready for Kindergarten! Enjoy a special story time for those headed to kindergarten in the fall while Mom and Dad receive information on registering for school and tips for success. Ages 4-5. Carroll County Public Library, North Carroll Branch, 1 p.m., free, library.carr.org Thursday Night Gallery Drawing: …

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B’More Social: March 1-4

THURSDAY STEM – Nature Style Explore STEM topics in a natural setting! Designed for homeschooling families, this course will look into different topics each week while incorporating the great outdoors. Registration required. Ages 5-8. Thursdays thru May 31, Irvine Nature Center, 1-4 p.m., $375/semester (members), $455/semester (non-members), explorenature.org Carnival of …

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B’More Social: Feb. 22-25

THURSDAY Full STEAM Ahead Help your local feathered friends while using your best STEAM skills to create a bird’s nest that can last through the harshest of elements. Enoch Pratt Library, Canton branch, 4-4:45 p.m., free. Camp Read-a-Lot Bring sheets, pillows, and flashlights for an evening of indoor camping with …

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Baltimore Rapper Brings Kids to “Black Panther” for Free Damond Blue has rented out three theaters for Baltimore kids to see the already-iconic film.

  Thanks to local rapper Damond Blue, nearly 200 children in the Boys & Girls Club of Metropolitan Baltimore will be able to see “Black Panther” in its opening week. Damond Blue, in conjunction with his foundation Beats Not Bullets and the Bigger Media Group, has bought out three theaters …

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