Clifford Bernier will accompany the Voices of Woodlawn on harmonica at Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mt. Rainier, MD on February 18 at 7pm. In this unique collaboration, 3 Black poets and a white poet from the D.C. area share their moving poetry about the troubled history of the Woodlawn Plantation in Alexandria, VA
Joe’s Movement Emporium, 3309 Bunker Hill Rd, Mt Rainier.
On Saturday, February 25 at 5pm, join members of the ECPP for a reading, performance, and conversation entitled Black History is All Our History. Responding in part to the decision to reject the African American AP course in various states, specifically Florida, a state rich with Afro/Caribbean history, the poets will share words that connect and shed light on the interlacing of the history of America.
Ivy Bookshop, 5928 Falls Rd, Baltimore.
Terri Simon will present a Poetry 101 class for ASAP (Armed Services Arts Partnership), an organization offering free art and comedy classes to veterans, service members, military spouses, family members, and caregivers, on Saturday, March 11. To learn more about ASAP and its offerings, Click Here.
A virtual event
ECCP and artist April Rimpo team up for an Ekphrastic event for our April fundraiser, Saturday April 1, from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. The event will be held at the RE/Max Offices in Eldersburg. For more info or to preview the April’s artwork, Click Here.
RE/Max Advantage Realty – 1393 Progress Way, Suite 901, Eldersburg.
Catonsville Clubhouse, Third Thursdays Every Month
10 St Timothys Lane, Catonsville
Joe Square, April 4
33 W North Ave, Baltimore,