Weekend Wrap-Up: Fro-Zen

8467329540_260b92dd64_oWas there ever a time without suffocating winds and frozen, death-trap sidewalks? If there was, I’m not sure I can remember. While the weather has proved pretty pathetic over the last week (and there’s no signs of recovery), what’s not pathetic is your weekend plans. Don’t let a few icicles stop you! Bohs in the snow and an excuse not to wear real clothes (only snow gear) await. Plus, yours truly is participating in the Polar Bear Plunge this weekend – so no excuses. Channel that Fro-Zen for the weekend.

Friday, January 24, 5 to 7 p.m.: Coppermine DuBurns Family Dinner and Happy Hour

Did you know DuBurns has been under new management? They’re holding an open house event this Friday and invite all Cantonites to join other Baltimore families for a night of socializing and dancing for the little ones. Come free to the open house, which includes a turf filled with toys (and a MOON BOUNCE!) and various sporting activities. A toddler room will also be open with age appropriate toys.

Saturday, January 25, 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.: Basics of Burlesque at the Creative Alliance

The Creative Alliance has the perfect Saturday event for those looking to add a little spice and heat (yes please) to their lives. This three-hour session provides an overview of Burlesque’s history as an art form. Join instructor and performer Maria Bella to explore music, costuming, and the creative process while learning about historical examples of how the dance form evolved. The cost of this workshop $65, $60 for members.

Saturday, January 25, 6:30 p.m.: Charm City Roller Girls Season Opener

Baltimore and roller derby go hand in hand which is why you should probably skate on over to DuBurns arena on Saturday night and watch fierce women duke it out on the roller rink. The 2014 season opener is a doubleheader: Speed Regime vs. Mobtown Mods and Junkyard Dolls vs. Night Terrors. The event is family-friendly, wheel chair accessible, and you can grab a Dangerously Delicious slice of pie while you’re there. General admission is $12 and kids are $5. Buy tickets here.

Sunday, January 26, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.: Lululemon’s Movement, Meditation, and Merriment Finale

This weather get your  life and body all out off kilter? Commit to balance with 45 minutes of yoga and 15 minutes of meditation on Sunday morning for the finale class in Lululemon’s in-store yoga series. Lululemon athletica Harbor East‘s newest ambassador Nila Mechali will guides participants through Movement (vinyasa flow) & Meditation, followed by complimentary Merriment. Find Nila on her mat at Sanctuary Bodyworks & Rev Cycle Studio. The class begins at 9:30am and the first to come will be the first to secure a space.


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