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Things to do in Baltimore and online Feb. 12 to Feb. 18

Tender vocalist and Howard University Jazz department graduate Cooper will be performing as part of the livestream An die Musik series. Listen in on the virtual concert. Tickets cost $10. andiemusiklive.com. Monday 7 p.m.
(Baltimore Sun)

Things to do in Baltimore and online Feb. 12 to Feb. 18

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Check out these events over the next week: Black History Month continues with a book discussion, a podcast and an arts and craft class.
(John Coffren)
Feb. 12-14: Beer Fest
Raise a glass at the 17th Annual Belgian Beer Fest at Max’s Taphouse. The event starts noon on Friday and lasts through Sunday. Indoor and outdoor seating and curbside orders available at Max’s Taphouse on 737 South Broadway. maxs.com
Raise a glass at the 17th Annual Belgian Beer Fest at Max’s Taphouse. The event starts noon on Friday and lasts through Sunday. Indoor and outdoor seating and curbside orders available at Max’s Taphouse on 737 South Broadway. maxs.com (HANDOUT)
Feb. 16: Baltimore County Public Library anti-racism book discussion
Racial justice will be the focus of discussion at the Anti-Racism Book discussion in this zoom event sponsored by the Baltimore County Public Library and Maryland Lynching Memorial Project. Moderators include Naomi Keppler and Joan Bryan and special guest John Billingslea. bcpl.info. Tuesday 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Racial justice will be the focus of discussion at the Anti-Racism Book discussion in this zoom event sponsored by the Baltimore County Public Library and Maryland Lynching Memorial Project. Moderators include Naomi Keppler and Joan Bryan and special guest John Billingslea. bcpl.info. Tuesday 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (HANDOUT)
Ongoing: Bookmarks at the Northwood Branch
Create your own Black History bookmark courtesy of the Northwood Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Call (443) 984-3912 and request a kit. And then you’ll be ready for the Thursday, Feb. 18 virtual meeting at 4 p.m. where you’ll learn how to put it together. prattlibrary.org
Create your own Black History bookmark courtesy of the Northwood Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library. Call (443) 984-3912 and request a kit. And then you’ll be ready for the Thursday, Feb. 18 virtual meeting at 4 p.m. where you’ll learn how to put it together. prattlibrary.org (HANDOUT)
Ongoing: Black History Podcast
Give a listen to the Black History month podcast made by the Hamilton Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library system on Friday. The discussion will include book recommendations to celebrate Black History. prattlibrary.org. Friday 12 p.m.
Give a listen to the Black History month podcast made by the Hamilton Branch of the Enoch Pratt Free Library system on Friday. The discussion will include book recommendations to celebrate Black History. prattlibrary.org. Friday 12 p.m. (HANDOUT)
Feb. 15: Imani-Grace Cooper plays jazz
Tender vocalist and Howard University Jazz department graduate Cooper will be performing as part of the livestream An die Musik series. Listen in on the virtual concert. Tickets cost $10. andiemusiklive.com. Monday 7 p.m.
Tender vocalist and Howard University Jazz department graduate Cooper will be performing as part of the livestream An die Musik series. Listen in on the virtual concert. Tickets cost $10. andiemusiklive.com. Monday 7 p.m. (Baltimore Sun)
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