The 87th running of the My Lady's Manor Steeplechase Races will take place Saturday at 3: 30 p.m. Thursday's LIVE section listed the incorrect day for the event. For more information, call 410-557-9466.
The Sun regrets the error.
Raja and the Holocaust
Learn about Raja Englanderova, a child survivor of the Holocaust, when the Children's Theater Association presents "I Never Saw Another Butterfly" Sunday afternoon at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The powerful biographical drama about finding hope in the face of the Holocaust tells the story of Raja, who was a 12-year-old when she was imprisoned at the transit camp Terezin, outside Prague. Out of 15,000 children who came to Terezin, only about 100 survived. Raja is one of them. The play is recommended for children ages 10 and older.
The performance starts at 2 p.m. Tickets are $8 in advance and for BMA members and $10 at the door. The museum is at Art Museum Drive. Call 410-366-6403.
My Lady's Manor
Take the family to the rolling hills of Harford County Sunday for an afternoon of top-notch steeplechase racing. The 87th running of the "My Lady's Manor Steeplechase Races" features three races, covering a 3-mile course over timber. While cheering the horses and riders, enjoy a picnic on the grounds -- you may bring cooler and charcoal stoves, but unleashed dogs are stricted prohibited. Proceeds benefit Ladew Topiary Gardens.
Enter the race grounds at Jarrettsville Pike and Pocock Road. Gates open 12: 30 p.m., post time is 3: 30 p.m. Subscriber parking available through Ladew Topiary Gardens at $75 and up. General parking, available in advance and at the gate, is $25; family parking $35. Call 410-557-9570.
Pub Date: 4/10/97