April 11 - April 12 - Herb & Veggie Weekend. Culinary experts agree that a prepared meal can only be as good as the ingredients with which it’s prepared. Homestead Gardens has over 80 varieties of healthy and delicious tomatoes, peppers, melons, squash and more…plus more herbs than you probably knew existed, all grown locally!
April 12 -Asphalt Angels 2014 Spring Car Show. The Asphalt Angels Car Club of Maryland is an organization for car enthusiasts of all types and there are no restrictions on model year and type of car. All cars including CLASSICS, TRUCKS AND IMPORTS are welcome. Vehicle Participant Registration $15 at the gate. Spectators welcome free of charge.
April 11 -Bumpin' Uglies @ Union Jack's. The return of Annapolis, MD based Bumpin’ Uglies (also known as the Uglies) are deliberately carving out their own captivating niche in the rock/reggae scene. The Uglies come with a fresh new approach that smoothly incorporates reggae, ska and rock, coupled with honest, well-written lyrics that weave clever, real-to-life stories throughout their work. $5 cover.
April 12 - Sly 45 Live @ Union Jack's. Formed in Baltimore, Maryland from a couple local guys who wanted to add the sound they loved to an already booming local jazz, blues, and pop scene, the gentlemen of Sly 45 set out to not only give new life to those forgotten hits, but also to breathe a little of that old-time energy into modern pop and classic tunes. %5 cover.
April 11 - April 13 -Stop Kiss by Diana Son. Diana Son's very funny and unsettling drama, delivers a multidimensional examination not just of repercussions of hate crime but also of the slippery underpinnings of identity. $15.
April 12 -Free Range Improv @ Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge. Live, local improv comedy at Metropolitan Kitchen & Lounge in historic downtown Annapolis. Advance tickets only $10.00 ($15.00 at door). Space is limited, so buy your tickets now!
April 13 -Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents HAMLET. The Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents the psychological thrill ride of Hamlet’s descent into a homicidal rage and takes the audience deep into the mind of Shakespeare's most famous protagonist. ADults, $24. Students, $20.