State of the City, 'Three Little Birds,' 'Funny Money'

Things going on in and around Bowie this week.

Funny Money opens at the Bowie Playhouse Friday.|Photo credit: 2nd Start Productions
Funny Money opens at the Bowie Playhouse Friday.|Photo credit: 2nd Start Productions
Looking for something to do this week? Here's a rundown of some upcoming events, and things to know. Click on the event listing for more details.

Bowie-Crofton Camera Club How-To Meeting
Where: All Saints Lutheran Church, 16510 Mount Oak Rd.
Details: The How-To Meeting will be led by Dick Bond, speaking on the 
topic of lighting.

Kids Night Starring The Face Paint Lady at Texas Roadhouse
Where: 6011 High Bridge Rd.
Details: Free food and free ice cream for kids under 12.

"State of the City" Address
: Wednesday
Where:  Bowie Senior Center, 14900 Health Center Dr.
Details: Bowie Mayor G. Fred Robinson will give his annual "State of the City" address, sponsored by the Greater Bowie Chamber of Commerce and catered by Chesapeake Grille & Deli.

Open House: The Academy of Saint Matthias the Apostle
Wednesday, Thursday
Where: 9473 Annapolis Rd., Lanham
Details: Join Saint Matthais for its open house. This private, Catholic school has classes for children in preschool through grade 8.

Adventure Theatre MTC presents "Three Little Birds"
Thursday, Friday
Where: Bowie State University Fine and Performing Arts Center
Details: Bowie State University’s theater program is partnering with Adventure Theater Musical Theater Center (MTC) to present "Three Little Birds," a tribute to Bob Marley’s musical style. The play is headed to Broadway next month.

“Funny Money” by 2nd Star Productions
Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Where: Bowie Playhouse at Whitemarsh Park, 16500 White Marsh Park Dr.
Details: Presented by 2nd Star Productions, never has master of farce playwright Ray Cooney been frenetically funnier. For more information on the 
show or the theatre company, please visit their website at www.2ndstarproductions.com or call 410-757-5700 or 301-832-4819.


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