April Events

Here’s a brief overview of some of the local happenings in April.

Go to the Bulletin Calendar for details and additional events—just click on an event to see more information.

April 1 through10 – MICA’s Theatre Company Presents “Jailbait” and “Blackbird”, with performances Thursday through Sunday evenings.

April 2 – Hoi Polloi: An Experimental Fashion Event, one of two MICA student-led Fashion Shows showcasing nontraditional, provocative, and original fashion designs. The other is on the 9th.

April 3 – Brown Memorial Tiffany Series: LGBT Choral Concert

April 4 – Comedy Happens at Joe Squared, a benefit for Dance Happens

April 6 – B&P Tunnel Project Open House, with new information on alternative routes. Also on April 16.

April 9 – DONROSE, the 23rd Annual Benefit Fashion Show, featuring newly designed clothing by student artists and designers to showcase their creative visions as they push the boundaries of fashion with fiber, textiles and mixed media.

April 14 – Start of Early Primary Voting, and see related article here.

April 14 – Dutch Graphic Designer to Lecture at MICA, Richard Niessen will present “The Palace of Typographic Masonry.”

April 15 – Opening Night of Ragtime, Memorial Players spring musical. Additional performances on April 16, 17, 22, 23, and 24. More information here.

April 16 – Community Health and Wellness Expo, with health screenings, assistance with access to medical services, and information to help make positive changes in your health.

April 16 – Second Party with a Purpose, a Stoop Party! More information here. Afterwards, we’ll go together to the Bounday Block Party below.

April 16 – Boundary Block Party. Make a day of it with the Stoop Party above. Read more here.

April 19 – Chili Fundraiser for Mt. Royal Sixth Graders, to fund their Spring trip to Outdoors Camp.

April 22 – Ribbon-Cutting at Brookside Gardens, celebrate Earth Day at this event showcasing the installation of  neighbor/artist Linda DePalma’s sculptures.

April 24 – Two events at Brown Memorial, “City Love” Luncheon Speaker Series and Frederick Swann Organ Concert

April 26 – Primary Elections, please vote. More information on voting.

April 30 – Bolton Hill Garden Club Spring Plant Sale

April 30 – Walking Tour of Bolton Hill, with Baltimore Heritage, part of their ongoing series of tours.

April 30 – Kindling – Sparking Community Connection, guided conversations meant to deepen understanding of our diverse community.

Save the date – May 23 for the Samaritan’s Annual Movie Night Gala at The Charles