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Things to do July 24-31: Date night ideas and more

CoupleEatingOutdoorsLooking to go on a date night, moms’ night out or get-together with friends in the Maryland, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area? Check out the following special events that are worth your time — and the effort to get to there! Read ahead for some of the best events happening during the week of July 24-31.

24 Friday

July 24-26. One of the largest anime conventions in the United States. $80-100, children free with paying adult. Check website for event hours. Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore. otakon.com.

Baltimore Restaurant Week
July 24-Aug. 2. Three-course dinner for $20 or $30. Two-course brunch or lunch for $15. Check website for participating locations. Various venues, Baltimore. dinedowntownbaltimore.com.

Wine and Wag
Fourth Fridays. Wine and finger foods, learn about an animal-related charity and more. 5:30-7:30pm. Great Frogs Winery, Annapolis. greatfrogs.com.

Couples Cooking Class
Chef David Ludwig and his wife teach a dinner you can make at home. Registration required. $60 per couple. 6:30-8:30pm. Whole Foods, Annapolis. 410-573-1800, wholefoodsmarket.com.

Sara Jones Quartet
Jazz music. $15. 8pm. Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, Annapolis. 410-266-8044, uuannapolis.org.

Aaron Neville Duo
Singer known for hits like “Tell it Like It Is,” and “Don’t Know Much.” $69.50. 8pm. Rams Head on Stage, Annapolis. 410-268-4545, ramsheadonstage.com.

The Accidentals
Multi-instrumentalists Katie Larson and Savannah Buist and drummer Michael Daust. $20. 8pm. Stoltz Listening Room, Easton. 410-822-7299, avalonfoundation.org.

More Friday events

Click next below for events Saturday, July 25-Friday, July 31

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