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Trips: road trips, regional events

February 10, 2005|By Claire Wang

Tea at Belair Mansion

Enjoy a candlelight Valentine tea with your loved one at Belair Mansion in Bowie at 4 p.m. Sunday. The menu of traditional tea treats includes scones, sandwiches and desserts. The $20 cost includes a candlelight tour.

The mansion is at 12207 Tulip Grove Drive in Bowie. For reservations or information, email or call 301-809-3089 .

Johnny Cash Tribute

Spend an evening with Tommy Cash and the Cash Crew in a musical tribute to his late brother, country music legend Johnny Cash, Saturday at the Eichelberger Performing Arts Center in Hanover, Pa. The performance will feature hits such as "Get Rhythm," I Walk the Line," "Folsom Prison Blues" and "A Boy Named Sue" - spanning the career of the youngest musician ever inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

The center is at 195 Stock St., Hanover. Concert begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $29-$34. To order, contact the EPAC box office at 717-637-7086 or visit

Dali Exhibit

Take this one-time opportunity to see a comprehensive display of works from one of the best-known surrealists in the world at the Philadelphia Museum of Art - the only U.S. venue slated for this exhibit. This exhibit is part of a commission of a worldwide Salvador Dali centennial year of exhibitions and events that feature more than 200 works of varied media drawn from public and private collections in the United States, Europe, Brazil, Mexico and Japan. In addition to his famous surrealist works, the collection includes works from Dali's less-known post-World War II period and explores his contributions to film, contemporary art and popular culture.

The museum is at Benjamin Franklin Parkway and 26th Street in Philadelphia. The exhibition opens Wednesday and will be on view through May 15. Tickets ($20 adults, $17 seniors/students with ID, $10 children 5-12) can be purchased at the museum's Web site, For more information on the Dali centennial year, visit .

- Claire Wang

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