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FREE concert in Annapolis

FREE Concert in Annapolis
FREE Concert in Annapolis
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June 21 - Maggiano’s / Make-a-Wish 5K. Join us for a rousing 5K race through scenic Quiet Waters Park that benefits the Make-A-Wish® Foundation. There is also a one mile Fun Walk course through the park that is appropriate for all ages and abilities. Adult: $35, Youth $25, Fun Walk: $10.

June 24 - How To: Sushi. In this class, participants will learn the basics of sushi preparation. Together with Siang, an experienced sushi chef, we will create a few sushi rolls while learning some simple tips and tricks. This is a hands-on class. $35.

June 19 - Annapolis Maritime Museum's 14th Annual Summer Concert Series. Annapolis Maritime Museum's 14th Annual Summer Concert Series. Come enjoy this free event against the incomparable back-drop of the Chesapeake Bay. Beer, wine, signature cocktails, and food will be available for purchase. Guests should bring a blanket or lawn-chairs for seating during the concert.

June 20 - Summer Solstice with OCEAN Celtic Quartet at 333. Washington's premiere Celtic-fusion group, Jennifer Cutting's OCEAN Celtic Quartet, welcomes the high summer with a special seasonal performance. Soaring songs, kicking jigs and reels, and much more! Tickets, $12 for the general public, and $10 for seniors (65+), students and members of ATDS and its affiliate organizations.

June 19 - June 21 - ASGT presents "42nd Street". A musical theatre classic, the story centers on Julian Marsh, a down-on-his-luck theatrical director preparing his biggest show yet, Pretty Lady, in the depths of the Great Depression. It’s an inspiring tale of hard work, being in the right place at the right time, and relishing the stuff dreams are made of. Tickets, $20.

June 19 - June 28 - Colonial Players presents 'Dead Man's Cell Phone'. An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café. A stranger at the next table who has had enough. And a dead man—with a lot of loose ends. So begins Dead Man's Cell Phone, winner of the Helen Hayes Award for Best New Play, a wildly imaginative new comedy by Pulitzer Prize finalist and Tony-nominated Sarah Ruhl. Tickets, $20 Adults & $15 Senior/Student/Military.

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