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Events

Happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead.

Thurs

May 16th

6-8pm

Jan 25th

2-3pm


Speak Your Peace Community Listening Session

Benning (Dorothy Height) Library

3935 Benning Road NE, Washington DC 20019

RSVP: www.speakyourpeacenow.eventbrite.com

For more information: www.DCHealth.dc.gov/COHAH






Fri

May 17-18th


Nov 9


Annual Women's Conference

St. Timothy's Christian Baptist Church

4005 Groveland Avenue, Baltimore MD 21215

Contact: Louise Holley [email protected] / 410.299.1903






Sat

May 18th

9am-2pm

Nov 9


Mentoring Male Teens in the Hood

St. Timothy's Christian Baptist Church

4005 Groveland Avenue, Baltimore MD 21215

Contact: Louise Holley [email protected] / 410.299.1903






Sat

May 18th

10am-3pm

Nov 9


Baltimore City 4-H Youth Expo

Baltimore City Community College

Liberty Campus, Fine Arts Building

2901 Liberty Heights Avenue, Baltimore MD 21215

http://extension.umd.edu/baltimore-city/4-h-youth/4-h-youth-expo






Sat

May 18th

10am-5pm

Nov 9


BMORE L.I.Y.T (Lucrative In Your Talent) Conference for ages 8 – 25


UA House at Fayette (Living Classrooms)

1100 East Fayette Street, Baltimore MD 21202

Register https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bmore-liyt-lucrative-in-your-talent-conference-tickets-59744243641?aff=ebdssbdestsearch





Sat

May 18th

11:30am-3pm

Nov 9


FREE HIV Testing and Counseling

First United Methodist Church of Hyattsville

6201 Belcrest Road, Hyattsville MD 20782

Contact: Sharon Coker [email protected] / 240.280.5303






Sat

 March 18th

12pm

Nov 9


Ecumenical Conversations About Problem Gambling and Treatment Options

C.C. Jackson Recreation Center (lunch provided)

4910 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore MD 21215

For more information: The Healing Institute of Baltimore 802.294.3103 / [email protected]






Tues

May 21st

12:30-2pm

Nov 9


Regional Forum on the Lower Eastern Shore

Hosted by Maryland Health Connection

Wicomico Youth & Civic Center

500 Glen Avenue, DaNang Room, Salisbury MD 21804

Click Here to RSVP






Wed

May 22nd

6-9:30pm

Nov 9


2019 Interfaith Conversation: Building a Community Beyond Us vs. Them

Hosted by Global Nexus at Montgomery College

Montgomery College Silver Spring Campus

7600 Takoma Avenue, Takoma Park MD 20912

FREE RSVP: www.gn4buildingcommuniy.eventbrite.com

Contact: Enas Elhanafi [email protected] / www.montgomerycollege.edu/glonalnexus






Thurs

May 23rd

8am-3pm

Nov 9


Mental Health Education Conference for Faith Leaders (Cost: $25)

The Conference Center at Sheppard Pratt

6501 N. Charles Street, Towson, MD 21204

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mental-health-education-conference-for-faith-leaders-tickets-59125752718





Sat

May 25th

12pm

Nov 9


Ecumenical Conversations About Problem Gambling and Treatment Options


C.C. Jackson Recreation Center (lunch provided)

4910 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore MD 21215

For more information: The Healing Institute of Baltimore 802.294.3103 / [email protected]





Sun

May 26th

5pm

Nov 9


9th Annual Spring Concert – "Glorious Everlasting"

The Community Concert Choir of Baltimore, Inc.


John Wesley United Methodist Church

3202 W. North Avenue, Baltimore MD 21216

This is a FREE event. For more information visit www.cccbmore.org

Contact: Dr. Marco K. Merrick 410.294.2991






Every Sunday

8am-12pm

Nov 9


Free Food Scrap Drop Off

The Baltimore Office of Sustainability and the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts has launched Baltimore's first-ever FREE Farmers Market Food Scrap Collection program on Sunday, May 5th.

The Office of Sustainability will continue to coordinate the collection of food scraps/compost every Sunday through December 2019. The compost drop-off tent is near the Hollywood Dinner at Holiday Street. Community residents can bring food scraps, plants trimmings, coffee grounds/tea bags, and paper products. We will not be accepting meats, dairy, fish, eggs, liquids, coated paper products, glass, metals, plastics and rubber.