As the library calendar says, they “ain’t too proud to beg you to join” them for Motown storytime! Enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays and more.
Carroll County Library Finksburg Branch, 10 a.m., ages 2-8, free, library.carr.org
The White Snake
In the ancient Chinese fable of The White Snake, serpentine spirits White Snake and Green Snake transform into humans. See the family-friendly show at the newly renovated Head Theater.
Center Stage’s Head Theater, Feb. 24-March 26, tickets required, centerstage.org
2017 American Craft Show
Hold onto your glitter glue, Charm City—the biggest indoor craft show in America is coming to town. Featuring more than 650 vendors, the Craft Show celebrates the 75th anniversary of the American Craft Council with hordes of homemade goods and maker-based programming.
Baltimore Convention Center, Feb. 24-26, tickets required, craftcouncil.org/baltimore
Small Foods Party
If you’ve been on Facebook recently, you may be familiar with the odd-but-adorable tiny food trend. The concept is simple: Chefs work to create miniscule versions of traditional dishes like wontons, subs and cupcakes. The littler, the better! Now, kids can try their hand at bite-sized baking with the first-ever children’s competition at the party—or watch in awe as their parents compete for prizes like the Golden Toothpick, Blue Plate Special and more.
Feb. 25 at the American Visionary Art Museum, 6:30 p.m., tickets required, smallfoodsparty.com
Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Bash!
Celebrate the beloved children’s author’s birthday with a fun themed party featuring rhyme games, Seuss story readings, make-your-own bookmarks and more!
Lakeshore Learning Store, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., free, lakeshorelearning.com
Black History Month Open House
In honor of Black History Month, enjoy a Verizon-sponsored open house at the Reginald F. Lewis museum with free gallery entry, arts and crafts and more.
Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, 10 a.m., free, lewismuseum.org
See the United States Navy’s official chorus as they perform everything from old-timey sea chanteys to classical to contemporary music.
Hammonds Lane Theatre, 6:30 p.m., free, chesapeakearts.org
For nearly 50 years, the Philadelphia Dance Company, more commonly known as PHILADANCO, has been inspiring audiences with a unique blend of African-American traditional dance, athletic ballet, jazz and modern styles.
Tickets: $23-$33. 8 p.m. at the Gordon Center.
It’s Monster Jam…need we say more? Everyone’s favorite crash-boom bash returns to Royal Farms Arena with its unique brand of big-wheeled, bad-to-the-bone entertainment. See favorite trucks like Grave Digger, El Toro Loco and Blue Thunder do their trademark damage with crushing stunts, tricks and more (much to the delight of kids of all ages). Sound fun? Then don’t delay—tickets are going quickly, so ensure your seat soon.
Feb. 26-28 at Royal Farms Arena, 7:30 p.m. (with additional 2 p.m. show Feb. 27), tickets required, royalfarmsarena.com
What if everything in the world was blue? In this fun play, it is! Join characters Inky and Pale as they embark on a journey inspired by the discovery of the color red.
Imagination Stage, 10 a.m., ages 1-5, tickets required, imaginationstage.org
Free Family Sunday
Enjoy an exhibition-inspired craft for kids at the Baltimore Museum of Art. This week’s craft: Macrame hangings!
Baltimore Museum of Art, 2-5 p.m., free, artbma.org