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HAPPY 4TH OF JULY TO ONE AND ALL!

Rosa Pryor-Trusty | 6/30/2017, 6 a.m.
Hello everyone, hopefully you are enjoying this beautiful weather we are having. No complaints from me! I know it has ...
The Rollex Band is doing a pre-4th of July Celebration on Sunday, July 2 at 5 p.m. at the Vulcan Blazer, 2811 Druid Park Drive. Free food and cash bar. Courtesy Photo

ENJOY THE OUTDOOR, INDOOR CONCERTS IN BALTIMORE

Hello everyone, hopefully you are enjoying this beautiful weather we are having. No complaints from me! I know it has been a little windy and a little humid, but look at the other places in the world; East Coast, some on the West Coast and overseas. Honey child we are blessed, so stop complaining and enjoy.

We have some fantastic concerts going on all over Baltimore, as well as the counties in Maryland and most of them are free. The festivals are just unbelievable fun, entertaining, educational and so enjoyable. The best of the best musicians are performing at all of them.

Aaron Seeber Quintet with Tim Green on sax, Tom Williams on trumpet, Allyn Johnson  on keyboards and Eliot Seppa on bass will be performing at Caton Castle, 20 S. Caton Avenue on Saturday, July 8 from 6-10 p.m.

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Aaron Seeber Quintet with Tim Green on sax, Tom Williams on trumpet, Allyn Johnson on keyboards and Eliot Seppa on bass will be performing at Caton Castle, 20 S. Caton Avenue on Saturday, July 8 from 6-10 p.m.

The “Liberty Live outdoor Concert

Series” takes place every Friday until the end of July at the Kings Point Square Shopping Center, 9900 Liberty Road in Randallstown, Maryland from 6-9 p.m. with all kinds of vendors; food trucks, jewelry, clothing, book signing, ice cream, arts & crafts, drinks and lots of live entertainment. Our buddy, DJ Mike Jones keeps the music going on the breaks. Last Friday, hundreds of festivals goers were there with their folding chairs and umbrellas enjoying the festival.

Coming up is the very popular adult DipNic Festival hosted by the Faisonian Club including CH Productions on Saturday, July 8 (rain or shine) from 12 noon until 8 p.m., located at the Elks Camp Barrett, 1001 Chesterfield Road, Crownsville, Maryland. I have been going to this event almost 25 years of the 31 years that the founder, Charles “Rudy” Faison started this fantastic event and honey child! It gets better and better each year. Take your swimwear, jazz concert gear, you know what I mean. You can also bring your canopy and set it up, folding chairs, sun umbrella, table cloth, charcoal, BYOB and BYOF. There will be many, many vendors including myself, I will be doing my book signings.

Druid Hill Farmers Market every Wednesday from 3-7 p.m. They have fresh baked goods, jam, local eggs, fresh prepared foods, crafts and a full schedule of programming, including live music. This is in Druid Hill Park adjacent to Rawlings Conservatory, 3100 Swann Drive. Take your folding chairs and enjoy.

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Druid Hill Farmers Market every Wednesday from 3-7 p.m. They have fresh baked goods, jam, local eggs, fresh prepared foods, crafts and a full schedule of programming, including live music. This is in Druid Hill Park adjacent to Rawlings Conservatory, 3100 Swann Drive. Take your folding chairs and enjoy.

Girlfriend! The live entertainment will blow your mind, there will be two groups performing as well as DJ Tony spinning some dance music between band breaks. By the way, leave your dogs, cats and children at home, it is strictly for adults and it is enforced at the gate. For ticket information, call

Faison at 443-801-1100 or call my girl Millie Battle at 410-448-0033. I will see you there.

“All You Can Eat Seafood Feast” hosted by Prince Hall Grand Lodge honoring the widows of the MWPHGL of Maryland will be held at the Patapsco Arena 3301 Annapolis Road in Baltimore on Sunday, July 9 from 2-6 p.m. The buffet menu is awesome and the crabs, well what can I say? They have always been good. For tickets call 410-669-4966 or 410-669-2372and tell them “Rambling Rose” told you.

The International African Arts Festival is Saturday, July 1 in Brooklyn, New York with over 200 vendors, musical artists, fashion show, showing of original artwork, international food choices, hair braiding, roundtrip transportation, on board films, and a lot more. You have to bring your folding chairs or any portable seating, bus leaves Baltimore at 9 a.m. and return to Baltimore at 9:30 p.m. For more information, call 410-385-9532 or 410-728-0877.

Well, my dear friends, I have a lot more to tell you, but I am out of space. Remember, if you need me, call me at 410-833-9474 or email me at rosapryor@aol.com. UNTIL THE NEXT TIME, I’M MUSICALLY YOURS