What to do in Havre de Grace this weekend: Friday, Nov 18 - Sunday, Nov 20
It's the weekend before Thanksgiving! Time for making the final plans for your Turkey Day feast, picking up carry-out Thanksgiving dinner, or just enjoying the brisk fall weather.
Whatever your plans are this weekend, we have got you covered with fun events from around Havre de Grace!
On Saturday, Saint Mark's Episcopal Church will be hosting an Organ concert by world-renowned musician and scholar, Patrick Kabanda. Kabanda is a Juilliard-trained organist and Fletcher-trained international affairs professional. He received Juilliard's William Schuman Prize for outstanding achievement and leadership in music in 2003, and from 2012 to 2013 he was a Charles Francis Adams Scholar at The Fletcher School of Tufts University. Don't miss this chance to hear one of the world's preeminent organists in Havre de Grace!
First Christian Church is donating free Thanksgiving dinners to those in need at 800 Giles St on Saturday. If you're interested, all you need to do is drive up to the church on the morning of the 19th and they will place a box of food in the trunk. Be sure to share this event with anyone you know who may be in need of some extra supplies this holiday season.
Finally, Yoga Co is hosting two classes this weekend to teach you how to be more mindful and relaxed. On Sunday, they have their "Everything Zen class" featuring mellowed-out kriyas borrowed from kundalini (think neck circles, trunk circles, and hip circles - some of our favorite ways to warm up), followed by holding some of our favorite deep stretch poses, such as pigeon and seated forward fold.
If you're not too busy making last-minute Thanksgiving plans this weekend stop by and check out these events!
5 things to do this weekend: Friday, Nov 18 - Sunday, Nov 20
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- Sat Nov 19 2:00 pm
Saint Mark's Episcopal Church
You are invited to hear world renowned musician and scholar, Patrick Kabanda make Saint Mark’s Rodgers organ sing as he plays hymns and variations.
Patrick Kabanda is a Juilliard-trained organist and a Fletcher-trained international affairs professional. He received Juilliard's William Schuman Prize for outstanding achievement and leadership in music in 2003, and from 2012 to 2013 he was a Charles Francis Adams Scholar at The Fletcher School of Tufts University. He has performed at St. Paul… [more details]
Breath Work and Mindfulness - Fri Nov 18 10:00 am
This class will be a 45 minute class geared towards learning and working with different breath and mindfulness techniques. We will explore the power of the breath in relation to the nervous system. Step out of fight or flight and get back into rest and restore with this quick reset series dedicated to getting you out of the head and back into heart center. We will additionally work with meditative and mindfulness practices in order to stimulate the senses and return to presence in the body… [more details]
First Christian Church Thanksgiving Box Giveaway - Sat Nov 19 1:00 pm
Havre de Grace
Saturday, November 19th starting at 11:00 am FCC will be handing out food boxes for all those who need them. We are located at 800 Giles St in Havre de Grace. On the morning of the 19th drive up to the church and we will place a box of food in the trunk. Please let all those you know who are in need that this is available. We will be handing them out as long as supplies last. Thank You and May God bless you! [more details]
Everything Zen - Sun Nov 20 11:00 am
This class will feature mellowed out kriyas borrowed from kundalini (think neck circles, trunk circles, and hip circles - some of our favorite ways to warm-up), followed by holding some of our favorite deep stretch poses, such as pigeon and seated forward fold.Registration Details:https://www.hdgyogacollective.com/book-online [more details]
Webster Church Pie Sale - Sun Nov 20 8:00 pm
Pies must be ordered by November 20th and can be picked up and paid for November 22nd for 5-7 pm or November 23rd 10-11. [more details]
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