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Staffed by experienced local musicians and DJs, One Sound Music Academy instructs tune-crafters of all disciplines. Brass, woodwind, string, percussion, and voice lessons hone skills for players of all ages and skill levels. The academy’s traditional music programs take their cues from the Maryland state music curriculum, and courses can culminate in student recitals. Group and private DJ lessons cover topics such as music theory, genre mixing, and blending, teaching aspiring jockeys how to mix floor-filling party anthems from vinyl or CDs.

9006 Liberty Rd
Randallstown,
MD
US

The Taste of Pikesville brings together more than 30 of the area's assorted eateries, whisking guests on a culinary voyage to Latin America, Asia, the United States with savory and sweet fare. Pairs can wander the room making conversation as they nibble on bite-size portions of samples such as charred steaks and chops made famous by Ruth's Chris Steak House or simmering Peruvian-style chicken or Cuban-inspired meat dishes from Mari Luna Latin Grille. Area enophiles from Boordy Vineyards showcase wines that may include bottlings from their Landmark Series, sourced from 100% Maryland-grown grapes. Sweet treats will also be on hand, such as red velvet cakes and fruity rainbow cupcakes from Many Mini Cakes. Dessert bites can be paired with a brewed cup of locally roasted or organic coffee poured by Coffee with T.

A portion of the evening’s proceeds benefit the Baltimore County Police Community Relations Councils (PCRC). The councils harbor an open forum between the police and the community, a dialogue that occasionally leads to ride-along programs that allow community members to ride along in police cars and turn on the siren any time they witness a squirrel jaywalking.

1726 Reisterstown Rd
Pikesville,
MD
US

It doesn't take much to excel at one of Twisted Paint's painting classes. The instructors only have three requirements for their students: have fun, smile, and be creative. With those objectives in mind, students station themselves at canvases with brush, paint, and a glass of wine, and follow along as the teachers provide easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions for creating a finished work of art. And the projects aren't limited to paintings either; students can also unleash their creativity onto bracelets, wine glasses, sleeping friends, or articles of clothing.

1328-D Reisterstown Road
Pikesville,
MD
US

When the tavern opened its doors in 1831 at a depot nestled along the B&O Railroad, the owners didn't know that one day its rooms would shake to the sounds of classic rock. The Woodstock Inn bridges two worlds; though it serves as a showcase for local singer songwriters, country musicians, and classic-rock quarters, it also champions the town's and area's histories. On the dining room walls, mounted jockeys' jerseys recall decades of equestrian sport, photos depict downtown Woodstock in older times, and display cases hold pieces of Harley-Davidson memorabilia. Outside, a hitching post awaits riders bringing their horses in from surrounding riding trails, which were reportedly laid in the 1600s by local Native Americans. Chef Pedro Fajardo and his kitchen crew also draw from local heritage to create a menu filled with regional comfort food such as crab cakes, blackened tuna, and cheesesteak sandwiches. Chefs assemble their core menu and weekly specials from local ingredients, frequently using beef from an Ellicott City farm, bread from a Baltimore bakery, and tomatoes from the tavern owner's farm down the street. Servers ferry these dishes, along with local microbrews such as Flying Dog and Heavy Seas, on trips around pool tables and between rustic wood-paneled walls. The space fills with music during open-mic nights on Tuesdays; live acoustic karaoke on Wednesday; and live country, blues, and classic rock on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.

1415 Woodstock Rd
Woodstock,
MD
US