8:30 a.m.: Bird feedFeed a hungry bird, or 100 hungry...


February 02, 1991|By Stephanie Shapiro

8:30 a.m.: Bird feed

Feed a hungry bird, or 100 hungry birds: The Irvine Natural science Center holds a birdseed sale until 4 p.m. at the center, on the campus of St. Timothy's School on Greenspring Avenue. Call 484-2413.

9 a.m.: Flea time

Earlier than robins, the flea market season is a harbinger of spring. This is an indoor flea market, until 2 p.m. at Resurrection Lutheran Church Hall, Hammonds Lane and Robinwood Road in Brooklyn Park. Call 789-0349.

9 a.m.: Summer plans

Roland Park Country school holds its 10th annual Summer Opportunities Fair, where representatives from local day camps, residential camps and travel organizations will speak with parents and children. The fair takes place until 4 p.m. in the Kelly Gym on the school campus, 5204 Roland Ave. Call 323-5500.

3:30 p.m.: The beef

A tribute to red meat: The Aldersgate United Methodist Church holds a roast beef dinner until 7 p.m. at the church, 42nd Street and Falls Road. Admission: $8 for adults; $3.50 for children under 12. Call 435-2321.

8 p.m.: Feet feats

The Ohio State University Dance company performs in Kraushaar Auditorium at Goucher College. Admission: $7 for general public; $4 for students and senior citizens. Call 337-6333.

8 p.m.: Feet feats II

The Gbarnga Sister Cities Committee sponsors Washington's Kankouran West Africa Dance Company at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The company also performs at 4 p.m. tomorrow. Admission: $6 for nonmembers; $5 for BMA members. Call 396-6314. A startling double bill by The New Year Theatre Co., based at Western Maryland College, features the tragic " 'Night Mother," by Marsha Norman and the comic "Lone Star," by James McLure. The performances take place 8 p.m. tomorrow as well. Admission is $4 for adults; $2 for students. Call (301) 857-2448.

11:45 p.m.: Comedy Bill

Slapstix Comedy Club holds a special show to benefit United Cerebral Palsy, featuring Bill Engvall and local comedian Jeff Charlebois. The Slapstix Comedy Club is located at the Brokerage at the Inner Harbor. Admission: $10. Call 659-7527.


1 p.m.: Radio days

With rain, thunder, gun shots, hoof beats and crackling fire, re-live the "golden days of radio" at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, where every half hour, a sound effects show will be presented in the exhibit gallery. The display is sponsored by the Golden Radio Buffs of Maryland on the first Sunday of every month at the museum, 1415 Key Highway. Call 358-4272.

1 p.m.: Babe's day

Happy birthday, dear Babe! The Babe Ruth birthplace Museum celebrates the 96th birthday of George Herman "Babe" Ruth, with the 1948 production, "The Babe Ruth Story." The film stars William Bendix as Babe Ruth. Admission: $4 for adults; $2.50 for seniors; $1.50 for children under 16. The museum is located at 216 Emory St. Call 727-1539. The Rosedale Volunteer Fire Department holds a bull and oyster roast with beer, set-ups, dancing and music by Joey and the Jammers. Until 6 p.m. at Rosedale Gardens, 8307 Philadelphia Road. Admission: $21. Call 866-2598. And the Long Green Volunteer Fire Company holds an oyster and ham supper until 5 p.m. in the hall behind the fire station, at the intersection of Long Green and Manor roads in Northern Baltimore County. Admission: $9 for adults; $5 for children 6 to 12. Call 592-8337.

4 p.m.: Grand concert

Monkton Methodist Church's antique Steiff baby grand piano will be dedicated today with a concert at the church in the village of Monkton. Child care is available and refreshments follow the concert. Call 343-1495.

7:30 p.m. Nice Lambs

Hee haw, turkey in the straw, y'all -- this concert is not to miss, if you like your amusement out of sync with the mainstream: Baltimore's own Lambs Eat Ivy, post modern country at its weirdest and wittiest, performs at the Fine Arts Concert Hall at Towson State University, as part of the Brave New Works series. Admission: $8 general admission; $5 for students, seniors, alumni and staff, $3 for TSU students. Call 830-2787.

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