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Thing To Do This Weekend: Events in Annapolis, Baltimore, DC and the Chesapeake Bay area, March 6 – 12

 The Animated Orchestra with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

6 Thursday

Reading with Ladybug
Sign up for 15-minute session to practice reading skills by reading to Ladybug the Yorkie dog tutor. Free. 3:30pm. Crofton Community Library, Crofton. 410-222-7915. www.aacpl.net.

Knit Together for Charity
Knit infant caps for a local hospital. All experience levels welcome. Free. 7pm. Annapolis Area Library, Annapolis. www.aacpl.net.

Organist Larry Molinaro
Selections from Johann Sebastian and Carl Philipp Emmanuel Bach in honor of their birthdays. Free. 6pm. St. Anne’s Parish, Annapolis. www.stannes-annapolis.org.

7 Friday

Wee-Sale Children’s Consignment Event
March 7-9. Toys, clothes, baby gear, maternity clothes and other kids items available for purchase. 50% off day Sunday. Free entry. Hours vary daily. Greenbelt Armory, Greenbelt. wee-sale.com.

Baby Signing Time!
Learn simple signs to communicate with babies and young children. Birth – 36 months. 9:30am. Edgewater Community Library, Edgewater. www.aacpl.net.

Preschool Nature Craft: Salamanders
Interactive game, story and craft to learn about nature. Ages 3-5. $2. 10-11am. Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, Lothian. jugbay.org.

Cultural Series: Women’s History Month
Live music and belly dance performances, exhibits and activities focusing on Women’s History around the world. Free with $21.95-34.95 admission. Members and children under 3 free. 5-9pm. National Aquarium, Baltimore. www.aqua.org.

First Fridays at the Maryland Science Center
First Fridays monthly. Enjoy reduced admission to permanent exhibits halls, planetarium and IMAX theater. $8. Members and children under 3 free. 5-10pm. Maryland Science Center, Baltimore. www.mdsci.org.

Singin’ in the Rain
Fridays and Saturdays through March 15. Stage performance based on the classic musical comedy film about transition from silent films to “talkies.” $8-12. 7pm. Kerr Center for the Arts, Annapolis Area Christian School, Severn. www.aacsonline.org.

8 Saturday

Polar Bear Plunge
Take dip in Chesapeake Bay to raise funds for Special Olympics Maryland, then enjoy live music and free lunch for all plungers. $75 to participate, free to watch. 8am-4pm. Sandy Point State Park, Annapolis. plungemd.org.

Discovery Hike
Naturalist-led hike in search of wildlife and plantlife. Ages 4+. $2-3. 10-11am. Watkins Nature Center, Upper Marlboro. www.pgparks.com/Things_To_Do/Nature/Watkins_Nature_Center.htm.

Paws to Read
Read to a furry friend from Caring Canines. Free. 10am-noon. Edgewater Community Library, Edgewater. www.aacpl.net.

Pirate Weekend
March 8 & 9. Wear pirate costume, talk like a pirate and make pirate accessories. $8-10. Members and infants 12 months and younger free. 10am-4pm. National Children’s Museum, National Harbor. ccm.org.

Tailgate Tipoff
Free throw challenge to win free tickets to CAA Championship games, DJ, basketball hoops, food & beverage vendors, team cheerleaders & mascots and more. Free. 11am-3pm. Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore. GoDowntownBaltimore.com.

The Animated Orchestra
Interactive musical story of a mischievous ferret wreaking havoc in an instrument shop $12-20. 11am. Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Baltimore. bsomusic.org.

Cook with Me
Make quesadillas and fruit salsa during parent and child cooking experience. Ages 3-7. $8-10. 11am-1pm. Chesapeake Children’s Museum, Annapolis. theccm.org.

World-Class Jazz Series at AACC: Mike Kamuf’s Little Big Band
Eight-member jazz ensemble from Washington DC/Baltimore region performs original compositions and jazz standards. $5-15. Humanities Theater, Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold. www.aacc.edu/performingarts/.

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