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B’More Social: Nov. 17-19


The Lion King
The highest-grossing show in Broadway history comes to Baltimore for a night of fabulous music and plenty of fun.
Nov. 16 – Dec. 10 at the Hippodrome. 

Linda Fairstein at The Children’s Bookstore
It’s not quite the same thing as a parent-child book club, but it’s close. Linda Fairstein, former Manhattan prosecutor and current mystery writer, will read from her books at The Children’s Bookstore in Roland Park. Fairstein’s latest page turner in the Devlin Quick series is called “Into the Lion’s Den.” Grownup readers know her gripping Alexandra Cooper mysteries.
Nov. 17, The Children’s Bookstore, 4 p.m.,

Baltimore 4 Puerto Rico
Enjoy the music of Soul Cannon, Chiffon, Super City, Shinji, Tropixxx and more in this family friendly concert to benefit hurricane relief for Puerto Rico.
Metro Gallery, 7 p.m., $10-20 sliding scale donation,


Lights on the Bay
It’s not too early to get into the holiday spirit! “Lights on the Bay” features a scenic drive through Sandy Point State Park, with more than 60 animated and stationary displays illuminating the roadway.
Nov. 18- Jan. 1. Open daily: 5 p.m-10 p.m. Sandy Point State Park. Tickets: Per Car: $15, larger passenger vans, mini buses, and trolleys: $30, Buses: $50. 410.268.4388.

Concert: Trent Harmon
American Idol Season 15 winner Trent Harmon performs in a matinee concert for all ages. Doors open at noon, concert starts at 1 p.m.
Rams Head On Stage, 1 p.m. $24.50,

Campfire Fondue
Gather around the fire a night of togetherness, and of course, melted cheese to celebrate National Fondue Month,
Anita C. Leight Estuary Center, 6-7 p.m., $5 per person, $20 per family,

Adults: Hops & Vines
Parents take over the kid-popular Port Discovery for a one-night fundraiser that features local brews and wines, make-your-own Shrinky Dinks and no one under 4 feet in line in front of you as you check out the museum’s cool exhibits.
Port Discovery, 7:30-11 p.m., $50,


Signs of the Season
Enjoy a fall walk with the whole family and learn some basic sign language.
Irvine Nature Center, 1-2:30 p.m., free for members, $10 non-members,

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