Lively Arts for Little Ones
Mr. Gabe performs nursery rhymes, folk songs and modern songs for kids.
The Other Barn in Oakland Mills, 10:00 a.m., ticket required, oaklandmills.org
Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week
Casual diners of the world unite and take over (from the foodies). At least for 10 affordable days. Baltimore Winter Restaurant Week offers two-course lunches/ brunches priced from $12 to $20, plus three-course dinners from $20 to $35, at more than 100 local restaurants, from fine-dining establishments to relaxed, innovative eateries. Many boast special menus for wine and beer pairings. Among the more than 100 participants: the Prime Rib, Langermann’s, B&O American Brasserie, the Brewer’s Art, Waterfront Kitchen, Miss Shirley’s Cafe, Bluegrass and Sotto Sopra.
Jan. 13-22 all around town.
The farewell tour of the classic jukebox musical comes to the Hippodrome. Read more here.
Tickets: $49-$101. Jan 13-15 at the Hippodrome.
The Secret Life of Pets
See shows how pets really live (and have fun) when their owners aren’t home.
Pratt Library Waverly Branch, 12-3:00 p.m., free, 410-396-6053
Story Explorers – Superhero Adventures
Young actors will learn how to master various elements of performing. Classes will run through each Saturday through March 4.
Everyman Theatre, 10-11:00 a.m., registration required, everymantheatre.org
Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood LIVE!
Join Daniel Tiger and his friends on an interactive musical adventure across their neighborhood.
The Lyric, 2:00 p.m., tickets required, lyricbaltimore.com
MLK Celebration ft. Naturally 7 and the Maccabeats
A cappella kings Naturally 7 and The Maccabeats join forces for this community-oriented concert.
Tickets: $18-$31. 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. at The Gordon Center.
Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7
Delight yourself and your family with the vibrant notes of Capriccio Espagnol and the happiest of Beethoven’s masterpieces, Symphony No. 7.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 3:00 p.m., ticket required, bsomusic.org
MLK Day Celebration 2017
Come celebrate the life and legacy of prominent civil rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This educational event is filled with cultural performances, craft activities and much more!
Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 12 p.m., RSVP and free with admission, 443-263-1800
Day Off Camp: Eco-Adventures
Cabin fever is no fun—encourage your child to explore the great outdoors instead! Trek through the forest on trails, enjoy nature games and crafts, listen to wild stories and experience animal encounters. And if your child is having way too much fun, opt for an overnight campout for a unique afterhours experience with s’mores around the campfire, a pizza dinner, meet and greets with nocturnal animals and more. Don’t forget to have your little one wear nature-friendly clothing and bring a packed lunch!
Irvine Nature Center, 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m., (ages 5-10), fee required (campout has additional fee), registration required, 443-738-9220
Theatre Makers: Musical Theatre Moments
If your tween is a theatre fanatic or stage performer at heart, then this workshop is definitely for them. This session explores the unique processes involved in being a performer, choreographer and music director through warm-ups, scene work and original choreography.
Everyman Theatre, 4:30-6:00 p.m., (grades 6-8), fee required, everymantheatre.org