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Car show drives into Annapolis

Car show drives into Annapolis
Car show drives into Annapolis
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Aug 2- The Annapolis Car Show. All Makes & Models are welcomed in the show. Proceeds from the show benefit the Diabetes Center at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Vehicle Registration is Required. Free to the public.

Aug 2- Hop(e) Skip and Jump 5K and Family Fun Walk. 5k Race, Fun Walk, Hula Hoop Contest, 25 & 50 Yard Dash, and more! All proceeds from our Hop(e) Skip and Jump event will go to Kids at Hope and Recreation Deeds for Special Needs. Here at the Department of Recreation and Parks we believe All Children are Capable of Success, NO EXCEPTIONS! Free.

July 31 - US Army Field Band - THE VOLUNTEERS. If you want to see what your Army is made of, come see The Volunteers. The official touring rock band of the Army, The Volunteers is a regular at music festivals and sporting arenas around the country, and is also no stranger to high school auditoriums and gymnasiums. Held at Constitution Park, Ft. Meade. No tickets required, Free.

Aug 1 - Hebe Salon: an old-school coffeehouse. Hebe Cafe at Maryland Hall presents Hebe Salon -- an old-school coffehouse featuring local acoustic musicians, and even some stand-up comedy. Performances are from 8 to 10 p.m. Come early; the Cafe opens at 6, serving sandwiches, bagels, soup, salads, pastries, and beverages. Free.

July 31 - I Do! I Do!. Infinity Theatre Company presents: I DO! I DO! It is exuberantly filled with the wistful sentiments of love. The story begins as Michael and Agnes discover the joys and fears of their wedding day - and wedding night - then swiftly travels with them through fifty years of marriage. Tickets, $19-40.

Aug 1 - Aug 22- ASGT presents "Monty Python's Spamalot". Lovingly ripped off from the 1975 film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Spamalot will leave you in stitches. This outrageous and uproarious retelling of King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table intertwines the tale of the king's quest for the Holy Grail into another Pythonesque plot: that of bringing the king and his harebrained entourage to an enchanted land called Broadway. Tickets, $20.