10 artists exhibiting work to take part in reception, talk
Ten Prince George's County artists exhibiting their work at Baltimore-Washington International Airport's CK's Restaurant will take part in a reception and talk at 3 p.m. July 15 at the restaurant, on the upper level between the B and C piers.
The exhibit, Colorful Syncopations, is the first in a series sponsored by HMS Host Corp., which owns and operates CK's Restaurant, and the Prince George's Arts Council. The show, which runs through mid-August, includes music-related images and patterned abstracts by Linda Uphoff, portraits from Arnold Hurley and photography from Diana Tuckman.
Police Plane Pull to benefit Special Olympics Maryland
The Maryland Transportation Authority Police is seeking teams to participate in the Police Plane Pull on Oct. 4. Squads of up to 25 people will compete to move a 72-ton aircraft at BWI. The event will benefit Special Olympics Maryland.
Teams may ask sponsors to cover the $1,000 entrance fee or ask team members to pay $45 each. Participants will get a T-shirt. Trophies will be awarded.