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B’More Social: April 5-8


2018 Tots@10 Kickoff
Little ones five and under (plus their favorite adult!) are invited to The Avenue every first Thursday through October for pint-sized fun. This week, enjoy the musical styling of “Kindie rock” artist Joanie Leeds.
The Avenue at White Marsh, 10 a.m., free,

Marvel Universe Live! Age of Heroes
Twenty-five of your favorite Marvel heroes and villains including Spider-Man, The Avengers and The Guardians of the Galaxy are coming to together for an epic battle in this live action show.
Apr. 5-8, Royal Farms Arena, showtimes vary, $15-$65,

Cast Conversations: Aubergine
Gain a deeper insight into the theatre with a moderated, post-show discussion with cast members.
Everyman Theatre, 9:30 p.m., free with ticket,


Little Masters: Water Lillies
Drop off your budding Van Gogh for a one-hour instructional painting class. Registration required. Ages 5-14.
aMuse Toys, 4:30 p.m., $20,

Maryland Day Celebration
Celebrate our wonderful state with activities and events all weekend long, many of which are free!
Apr. 6-8, Annapolis and surrounding area, hours/prices vary,

First Friday at the Maryland Science Center
The first Friday of every month means $10 admission to the Maryland Science Center! STEM activities and hands-on fun await you around every corner.
Maryland Science Center, 5-8 p.m., $10,

Half-Price Friday Nights
All the fun for half the price! Spend any or every Friday night with 20,000 plus amazing, aquatic animals at the National Aquarium. Sponsored by M&T Bank.
Fridays, National Aquarium, 5-8 p.m.,


Saturday Morning Tunes: Falu’s Bazaar
WTMD presents kid music that won’t make parents crazy! This month’s featured artist, Falu, will bring listeners on a musical adventure through South Asia and beyond.
WTMD Studio, 9-11 a.m., $15 (adults), $10 (children), free (under 2),

Royal Adventure Days at the B&O Railroad Museum
Young princes and princesses are invited to the museum for activities, crafts, and fun along with a royal train ride.
Apr. 7-8, B&O Railroad Museum, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. (Sat.), 11 a.m.-3 p.m. (Sun.), $20/Adults, $17/Seniors, $12/Kids 2-12, Train Ride Additional fee,

Weekend Walk-In: Cosmic Egg
Using a special clay-like compound and bits of bling, create your own smaller version of Andrew Logan’s Cosmic Galaxy Egg. All ages.
American Visionary Art Museum, 1-4 p.m., $5/participant,

Bubble Guppies Live: Ready to Rock!
Dive on in for an underwater musical adventure with the Bubble Guppies! Molly, Gil, and the rest of the gang will have young fans laughing, singing, and dancing along in this live rocking show!
Hippodrome Theatre, 2 p.m., $48-96,

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood LIVE: King for a Day!
Join Daniel and all his neighborhood friends for a live show filled with important lessons about helping others, friendship, and kindness.
Harford Community College, Amoss Center, 3 p.m., $15-40,

Maryland Young Voices Festival Concert
Hear the joyful sounds of the state’s top children and youth community choirs as they come together in concert.
St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, Bel Air, 7 p.m., free,


Baltimore Farmers’ Market & Bazaar Opening Day
Maryland’s largest producers-only market is back for another season offering produce, breads, flowers, crafts, meats and so much more.
Holliday & Saratoga Streets, 7 a.m.-sell out, free,

Red Shoe Shuffle 5K Run and Walk
Lace up your sneakers for this festive 5K benefitting the Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore, helping seriously ill children and their families have a home away from home during treatment.
Ronald McDonald House Baltimore, 9 a.m., $45/adult, $10/child,

Sunday Morning Dog Hikes
Bring your pooch and join fellow dog lovers for a hike on the grounds of the shelter’s Wildlife Sanctuary. Registration required.
Second Sundays, Baltimore Humane Society, 10 a.m., $2/dog,

Westminster Easter Egg Hunt
Grab your basket and head to City Park for eggs galore! Keep your eyes peeled … each age group will have one golden ticket hidden with the eggs! Ages 1-8
Westminster City Park, 10:30 a.m. (ages 1-4). 11:30 a.m. (ages 5-8), free,


Image courtesy of the Ronald McDonald House Instagram

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