Baltimore area events: Monday, Oct. 20

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Moon-Inspired Stories and More!
Oct. 20, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Free

October is here and that means FREEFALL. This year, Literary Arts Week comes early, and the Baltimore Chapter of the Maryland Writer’s Association & the Village Learning Place will kick the week off with our 3rd Annual Moon Madness on Monday October 20th at 7:00 pm at the Village Learning Place.

The Villiage Learning Place
2521 St Paul St
Baltimore, MD 21218

http://www.freefallbaltimore.org/

 

Stoop Storytelling Series

Oct. 20, 7:00PM-10PM, $10

Join seven speakers as they talk about the unexplained in the return of the Stoop Story Teling Series.

CENTERSTAGE
700 N. Calvert Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 

www.stoopstorytelling.com

 

Leveraging Social Media to Grow Your Firm
Oct. 21, 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM, $35-$50

While it’s still sometimes dismissed as a “waste of time,” more and more A/E/C firms are shifting from “What is social media and why do we need to jump on the bandwagon?” to “How do we use these new tools strategically and effectively to strengthen our brand, deepen client engagement and grow the bottom line?”

Whether you like it or hate it, social media’s ability to help companies reach a broader audience and do it at relatively low cost has put it at the center of today’s marketing discussions. So, how can your firm better leverage social media for its branding, marketing, PR and business development efforts?

During this program, you will learn what social media channels work best for the A/E/C firms; how and what type of content to share; how to build and leverage your social communities; and more.

The panelists will cover the strategies and tactics for building a brand, positioning your firms and its experts as thought leaders, reaching new clients and enhancing credibility, reputation and visibility. They will present on how their firms are leveraging the power of social media; and share lessons learned, tactics and tools, so that you can walk away with a set of practical recommendations to use in your firm’s marketing programs.

Engineer's Club
11 West Mount Vernon Place
Baltimore , MD 21201

GBLA General Body Meeting & After meeting "Conversations"

Oct. 21,  6:30 PM to 8:00 PM, Free

 Our meetings provide professional development, networking and opportunities to volunteer in the community. They are open to members and non-members — so feel free to attend and bring a friend. It will held at the Greater Baltimore Urban League Headquarters, 512 Orchard Street, Baltimore  at 6:30pm.


Greater Baltimore Urban League Headquarters
512 Orchard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

www.gblaimpact.org

1st Annual Vendor Night!
Oct. 21,  6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, Free

The purpose of this event is provide an enjoyable evening for our residents, YOUR prospective customers! We are home to over 1,200 residents, some of whom are familiar with the area and others who are new. We often receive requests from residents for personal recommendations on a variety of services. We are confident our recommendations to our residents are strong influences on where they choose to seek local services. We would be happy to refer our business to yours!
The Quarters at Towson Town Center
960 Southerly Rd
Towson, MD 21204

http://www.thequartersatttc.com

DYSCOVERY ZONE
Oct. 21, 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Free

Heritage of the Lord® presents ‘Dyscovery Zone’ an interactive session for ‘tweens’ & teenagers (9-19yrs) to discuss and find answers to life’s questions.

Jesus House Elkridge
805 Barkwood Ct
Suite I
Linthicum Heights, MD 21090

http://heritageofthelord.net
 

Belly Dance Series
Oct.-Monday, Nov. 3, 7:30, $75

Learn to move in ways you never thought you could as we break down the fundamental movements of belly dance. We will learn how to isolate upper and lower body as well as basic arm and hand movements — and of course shimmies! This class is a multi-level and beginners welcome. More advanced dancers will be given additional layers.

Sanctuary Bodyworks
710 S Ann St
#210
Baltimore, MD 21231

 

 

 

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