The Carroll Arts Center is going to be the center of Carroll County entertainment over the next two weeks as the nonprofit hosts a trio of performances, screenings and galleries, from ballet to film to sculpture exhibitions.
The American School of Inspiration, a Maryland dance company featuring performers from Carroll and surrounding counties, will perform this two-act ballet which blends romance and supernatural storytelling. The show follows a group of supernatural women who bring back to life two women who have died of broken hearts and try to convince them to commit revenge on the men who broke their hearts.
The Film Lovers in Carroll County will support Carroll County Food Sunday and the fundraising effort Puerto Rico No Esta Apagao — Puerto Rico is not Spiritless — with this screening of the 2012 French comedy based on the true story of the personal cook of the French President of the Republic. Any guest who brings a nonperishable food item with be given a free small popcorn or savory baked good from JeannieBird Baking Company.
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17 with a closed-captioned screening at 1 p.m. Friday.
Carroll families have enjoyed the Arts Council's annual Festival of Wreaths as part of their holiday traditions for two decades. The event, this year, will feature more than 150 wreaths, from the conventional, to the truly outrageous. Come see wreaths made from steel, glass, beads and more at the Arts Council's annual fundraiser.