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Things to do in Baltimore and online May 7 to May 13

Travel back in time and return with photographic proof of your adventure at “Step into History” at Patapsco Valley State Park in Baltimore County, and at Watkins Regional Park in Prince George’s County. The Maryland Center for History and Culture has placed larger-than-life frames in the parks. Visitors can step inside the frame and have their picture taken with historical figures. The event is free and Patapsco Valley State Park is open 9 a.m. to sunset and Watkins Regional Park is open dusk to dawn. mdhistory.org. Through July 31.
(HANDOUT)

Things to do in Baltimore and online May 7 to May 13

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Before you start planning your vacation, why not plan to see these local events. The Baltimore Museum of Art will unveil some new acquisitions, Motor House will premiere a new play and the Pride of Baltimore II will make a port of call in Havre de Grace.
(John Coffren)
May 7-9: Pride of Baltimore II in Havre de Grace
Greet the Pride of Baltimore II when it docks Friday between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Hutchins Park (100 Congress Avenue) in Havre de Grace. Visitors can watch the crew work and enjoy land-based displays and programming. Because of COVID-19 protocols there will be no deck tours or day sails aboard the replica War of 1812 privateer schooner. Visitation hours are Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Friday to Sunday.
Greet the Pride of Baltimore II when it docks Friday between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. at Hutchins Park (100 Congress Avenue) in Havre de Grace. Visitors can watch the crew work and enjoy land-based displays and programming. Because of COVID-19 protocols there will be no deck tours or day sails aboard the replica War of 1812 privateer schooner. Visitation hours are Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Friday to Sunday. (HANDOUT)
May 7-23: ‘Serious Adverse Effects’ at Motor House
Get tickets to the world premiere of Derek Lee McPhatter’s play “Serious Adverse Effects” at Motor House Friday. A scientist on the verge of discovering a cure for a mysterious disease seeks reconciliation with a family that does not trust her motives. The Rapid Lemon Production is directed by Noah Silas. Tickets cost $24. Cast, crew, staff and audience members will be masked at all times and seating capacity is limited to 25 percent. Performance times and dates are 8 p.m. May 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 and 5 p.m. May 9, 16, 23. 120 West North Avenue, Baltimore rapidlemon.com. Through May 23
Get tickets to the world premiere of Derek Lee McPhatter’s play “Serious Adverse Effects” at Motor House Friday. A scientist on the verge of discovering a cure for a mysterious disease seeks reconciliation with a family that does not trust her motives. The Rapid Lemon Production is directed by Noah Silas. Tickets cost $24. Cast, crew, staff and audience members will be masked at all times and seating capacity is limited to 25 percent. Performance times and dates are 8 p.m. May 7, 8, 10, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22 and 5 p.m. May 9, 16, 23. 120 West North Avenue, Baltimore rapidlemon.com. Through May 23 (HANDOUT)
May 8: Art Walk in Havre de Grace
Stroll downtown Havre de Grace and take in the May Art Walk on Saturday. Local artists works will be on display at businesses and restaurants in the Arts & Entertainment District. Visitors making a purchase during the Art Walk will receive a 10% discount Saturday at the following Havre de Grace restaurants: Coakley’s Pub, Creole de Graw and MacGregor’s Restaurant. HdGArtsCollective.org. Saturday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Stroll downtown Havre de Grace and take in the May Art Walk on Saturday. Local artists works will be on display at businesses and restaurants in the Arts & Entertainment District. Visitors making a purchase during the Art Walk will receive a 10% discount Saturday at the following Havre de Grace restaurants: Coakley’s Pub, Creole de Graw and MacGregor’s Restaurant. HdGArtsCollective.org. Saturday 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (Pat Venturino / HANDOUT)
Ongoing: BMA’s new exhibit: Now is the Time
View 26 works recently acquired by the Baltimore Museum of Art at the Now Is the Time: Recent Acquisitions to the Contemporary Collection exhibition. Many of the artists whose works are on display are women, Black, Indigenous, self-trained, and/or have connections to Baltimore. General admission is free and the museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Timed reservations, face masks, and answering two questions about COVID-19 exposure are required for all visitors. Call 443-573-1700 or visit artbma.org. Through July 18
View 26 works recently acquired by the Baltimore Museum of Art at the Now Is the Time: Recent Acquisitions to the Contemporary Collection exhibition. Many of the artists whose works are on display are women, Black, Indigenous, self-trained, and/or have connections to Baltimore. General admission is free and the museum is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Timed reservations, face masks, and answering two questions about COVID-19 exposure are required for all visitors. Call 443-573-1700 or visit artbma.org. Through July 18 (HANDOUT)
Ongoing: Step into History at Patapsco Valley State Park
Travel back in time and return with photographic proof of your adventure at “Step into History” at Patapsco Valley State Park in Baltimore County, and at Watkins Regional Park in Prince George’s County. The Maryland Center for History and Culture has placed larger-than-life frames in the parks. Visitors can step inside the frame and have their picture taken with historical figures. The event is free and Patapsco Valley State Park is open 9 a.m. to sunset and Watkins Regional Park is open dusk to dawn. mdhistory.org. Through July 31.
Travel back in time and return with photographic proof of your adventure at “Step into History” at Patapsco Valley State Park in Baltimore County, and at Watkins Regional Park in Prince George’s County. The Maryland Center for History and Culture has placed larger-than-life frames in the parks. Visitors can step inside the frame and have their picture taken with historical figures. The event is free and Patapsco Valley State Park is open 9 a.m. to sunset and Watkins Regional Park is open dusk to dawn. mdhistory.org. Through July 31. (HANDOUT)
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