Peabody Open House It's one thing to hear about a child...

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September 21, 2000|By Lori Sears

Peabody Open House

It's one thing to hear about a child prodigy, and it's quite another to actually hear one. Lots of small bodies with big talent will entertain visitors at the Peabody Open House on Sunday. Young violinists and pianists from the school will play chamber music, including students in the Young People's String Program. Also, the school's dance and early-childhood education departments will offer demonstrations for parents and children. Faculty member Angela Taylor will perform music with computers and lead a hands-on demonstration of new techniques. Guided tours of the Peabody will be offered throughout the day. And performances by the Peabody Symphony Orchestra, Peabody Wind Ensemble and soloists will entertain the entire family.

The open house takes place 2 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday at the Peabody Institute's Friedberg, Griswold and Leakin halls and on the Peabody Plaza. Enter at 1 E. Mount Vernon Place or 609 N. Charles St. Free. Call 410-659-8124.

Harvest festival

Have you mastered the art of apple-bobbing? Need to hone your skills? The Fall Harvest Festival and Craft Show at Steppingstone Museum runs this weekend in Havre de Grace. You can perfect your scarecrow-making, learn the tricks of apple-butter-making, paint a pumpkin, bob for apples, take pony rides and hay rides, watch the pumpkin pie and apple pie contests, browse among crafts and enjoy lots of live entertainment. The museum will be open for tours, and refreshments will be available.

The festival and craft show takes place Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at Steppingstone Museum, 461 Quaker Bottom Road, Havre de Grace. $5; free for ages 12 and under. Call 410-939-2299.

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