The cuisine of Casablanca, Morocco is made up of aromatic spices, careful and artistic food preparation, and delightful presentation. Join Chef Alba for the Enchanting Recipes of Casablanca cooking class at Secolari and impress your friends and family by learning how to prepare an authentic Moroccan meal. Cooking Morrocan alba_700

The custom of this country is always to please the guest so they feel welcomed. In this class, you will be making Braised Meatballs in Ras-El-Hanout Spice, Zaalouk (Eggplant and Tomato Cooked Salad), and Seffa Couscous.

cooking Moroccan 2 a8615075-b1bc-44d1-8f4a-7ac54e90f859Classes are held at Secolari in The Mall in Columbia 10300 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia MD, 21044 Call to Reserve Your Spot: 443-367-0010 Bring Your Own Wine! Payment is required to reserve class space.

Location: Secolari Artisan Oils & Vinegar, 10300 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 3180, Columbia, MD 21044
Date: March 27, 2018
Time: 6:30 – 8:30pm
Tel: 800-946-2077 0r 443-367-0010

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Join Savannah Scavenger Hunt author, Chris Sergi, to discover the wonders of the nation’s largest National Historic Landmark District.

Sergi pulls together little-known facts, visual treats, and enticing tidbits of history in this scavenger hunt designed for all ages to enjoy.

From underground tunnels used by pirates for treasure transport to mausoleums and stained glass windows, the city abounds with secrets and trivia for all to discover.

Great family fun. Tickets must be purchased in advance. For Tickets: Add to cart

Location: Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens, 123 East Broughton St, Savannah 31401
Date: Sat, Mar 24, 2018
Time: 12:30 – 2pm
Tel: 912- 234-8054
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US: Annapolis, MD – Win Designer Handbags Playing Bingo

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Now here’s a unique and stylish fundraiser that I can really get behind; it’s bingo, but how about Designer Handbag Bingo! Designer Handbag Bingo405192c4-7d8a-4051-82fd-72c37aca458e

Enjoy an afternoon of Bingo fun with chances to win designer handbags from Coach, Kate Spade, Michael Kors, Vera Bradley and more. Fun festivities includes: 50/50 Raffle, Special Games, Door Prizes, Silent Auction and Concessions.

Designer Handbagsdepositphotos_42249917-stock-photo-young-girl-in-jeansProceeds will benefit The Bernie House and the Zonta Club of Annapolis Scholarship Foundation.

Admission includes 20 bingo games, with extra games sold at the door. Tickets are limited. To buy your ticket:

Location: The Annapolis Elks Lodge #622, 2 Pythian Drive, Edgewater, MD 21037
Date: Sunday, March 18, 2018
Time: 1pm (Doors open at 12 noon, Bingo starts at 1pm)
Tel: 410-573-0201
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US: St Augustine, FL – Sights, Sounds, and Tastes at St-Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival

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The sounds of the ancient Celtic peoples of Scotland and Ireland are as alive today as ever in America’s Oldest Celtic City at the 8th Annual St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival. IMG_2237_preview

The three-day festival takes place at Francis Field in downtown St. Augustine, featuring internationally acclaimed Celtic bands, a pre-festival Whiskey Tasting, Highland games, Celtic shopping and food, live music, two stages and a variety of entertainment. The music lineup includes Enter the Haggis, Emmet Cahill, House of Hamill, Dublin City Ramblers, Seven Nations, Rathkeltair, Emish, Albannach and Steel City Rovers. Celtic girl Find the CELT in YOU ! 3593-L_preview

The festivities start on Friday, March 9th with a Whiskey Tasting Event from 7-9pm. On Saturday the St. Patrick’s Day Parade  as well as The St. Augustine Highland Games both begin at 10 am,  followed by live musical performances at noon.

Highland games manIMG_2672_previewGeneral admission into the festival is $10. Visit the website for the schedule of events.

Location: Francis Field, 25 W. Castillo Dr., St. Augustine, FL 32084
Fri, March 9 – Sun, March 11, 2018
Hours: Fri March 9,  7-9pm, Sat March 10, 10-10pm, Sun March 11, 10-7pm
Tel: 904-891-0326

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US: Daytona Beach, FL – Wow – Over 500,000 Motorcyclists During Daytona Bike Week

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Dubbed the “World’s Largest Motorcycle Event,” Bike Week is a 10-day event filled with high-octane street festivals, concerts, motorcycle races, bike shows, rallies, manufacturer showcases and more.Motorcycle Rallies(9)

Established more than seven decades ago, nowadays over 500,000 motorcyclists make it an annual pilgrimage. Motorcycle enthusiasts from around the world enjoy spring riding in Daytona Beach along historic Main Street and Beach Streets, Scenic A1A Highway or through the best of old Florida, the Ormond Beach Scenic Loop.

Motorcycle Rallies(3)There will be celebrating at Daytona International Speedway, Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona, the U.S. 1 corridors in Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach, and at Riverfront Park in downtown Daytona Beach.

With so many events taking place, use the calendar below to make sure that you don’t miss anything.Motorcycle Rallies(1)


77th Anniversary of Bike Week 2018 March 09 to March 18, 2018
Bobby Friss at Dirty Harry’s Pub March 09 to March 10, 2018
Cabbage Patch March 09 to March 18, 2018
Cacklebery Campground Bike Week 2018 March 09 to March 09, 2018
Crush performed at Full Moon Saloon March 09 to March 17, 2018
Daytona Bike Week Swapmeet 40th Annual March 09 to March 18, 2018
Dirty Harry’s 2018 Bike Week Event March 09 to March 18, 2018
Downtown Campground for Bike Week March 09 to March 18, 2018
Fastlane Motorcycle Swap Meet and Bike Show March 09 to March 18, 2018
Hayfire March 09 to March 18, 2018
Hilton Daytona Beach Oceanfront Resort Bike Week 2018 March 09 to March 18,2018
Hypersona March 09 to March 18, 2018
Main Street Station the Heart of Bike Week 2018 March 09 to March 18, 2018
Official Bike Week Welcome Center March 09 to March 18, 2018
Retirement Sale Carls Speed Shop March 09 to March 18, 2018
Riverfront Park Rocks March 09 to March 18, 2018
Selwyn Birchwood Band March 09 to March 09, 2018
Visit Hot Leathers March 09 to March 18, 2018
Cacklebery Campground with Broken Halo Girls March 10, 2018
Cacklebery Campground Bike Week Event March 10, 2018
Hot Bike Southeast FXR Dyna Day March 10, 2018
Indian Motorcycle Show March 10, 2018
Bike Blessing & FREE BBQ March 11, 2018
Bike Week Annual Bike Blessing March 11, 2018
Cacklebery Campground with Jurassic Rock and more March 11, 2018
Free Sober Clean Hog Roast and Live Music
March 11 to March 12, 2018
Greg Billings Band March 11, 2018
Cacklebery Campground Bike Week Concert March 13, 2018
Jasmine Cain at Dirty Harry s Pub March 13 to March 14, 2018
Cacklebery Campground March 14, 2018
Cacklebery Campground Miss Cacklebery Contest March 14, 2018
Micro Championship Wrestling March 14, 2018
Bike Rodeo and Party March 15, 2018
Buffalo Wild Wings Facebook Meet and Greet March 15, 2018
Halifax Humane Society’s Ruff Ride Poker Run March 15, 2018
Harley Davidson TT presented by Russ Brown at Daytona March 15, 2018
RideHard Originals Sound Competition March 15 to March 16, 2018
Side Car and Trike Day and Show March 15, 2018
Sons of Speed March 15, 2018
Willie’s Tropical Tattoo ChopperTime Bike Show March 15, 2018
Burning Bike March 16, 2018
Cafe Racer and Classic Biker Day Show March 16, 2018
Motorcycle Demolition Derby and Stunt Show March 16, 2018
Ride Forever Wedding Ceremony by Clerk of the Court March 16, 2018
Rockit Fly March 16 to March 17, 2018
World’s Largest V8 Parade March 16, 2018
45th Annual Rat’s Hole Custom Bike Show March 17, 2018
Cacklebery Campground Events March 17, 2018
Rats Hole Custom Bike and Chopper Show March 17 to March 18, 2018
Women Riders World Record Meetup March 17, 2018

Photo Credits: Daytona Beach Area CVB

Location: Various
Dates: March 9 – 18, 2018
Times: various
Tel: 386-255-0981
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US: Providence, RI – Beloved by Generations The Little Prince Comes to Life

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Festival Ballet Providence presents The Little Prince, based on the popular book written by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, first published in 1943.

The charming fable tells the story of a young boy as he explores and makes sense of a strange new world after falling to Earth on a tiny asteroid. It’s a tender tale of loneliness, friendship, love, and loss.

This interplanetary exploration and adventure comes to life in this multi-media adaptation by choreographer Boyko Dossev, which includes an original video and stop-motion animation, bringing the story to life.

Admission includes post-show meet-and-greet where audience members have a chance to meet and mingle with the characters while enjoying complimentary milk and Seven Stars Bakery cookies.

Order tickets by phone: 401-353-1129 or Online

Location: FBP Black Box Theatre, 825 Hope Street, Providence, RI
Dates and Times: Sat. March 3: 4pm, Sun March 4: 1pm & 4pm,
Sun March 11: 1pm & 4pm
Tel: 401-353-1129
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US: Lumberton, NC – Chili, Music & Exercise: Two Days of Fun in Lumberton

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Rumba on the Lumber 2018, a festival of food, movement, music and the arts, consisting of two days of events in historic downtown Lumberton with over 4000 people in  attendance.Rumba cookoff DSCF2416 (2)

Many wonderful annual events will once again be front and center, including: The Rumba on the Lumber Festival with live music, vendors, Rumba Cross fit Games Exhibition, and the Lumbee River EMC Free Kidzone, 5K, 10K, fun run/walk, 100K ride, 20-Mile adventure ride,  Chili Cookoff and a bicycle rodeo.Rumba Run

Many festival-goers agree, it’s all about the chili. More than two dozen teams bring their most coveted recipes. Teams prepare a minimum of 10 gallons of chili and dole out free samples of their creations. The teams will be competing for prizes including the best tasting, Spiciest Chili, Strangest ingredient and Best chili cooking outfits. Don’t miss the fun!

Saturday- Downtown Plaza/ 3rd Street:

9am Southeastern Health 5K and 10K

10-5 Lumbee River EMC KidZone activities at the Plaza

10-5 Business, Craft and Food Vendors

11am Southeastern Health Family Fun Run/Walk

11- 2 Chili Cook-Off ‘80’s music by Cassette Rewind

2- 5 Concert at the Plaza with The Carolina Soul Band

Sunday (starting site- Northeast Park):

Noon The Yamaha of Lumberton Metric Century (100K cycling ride)

1:30  The Cruzbike 20-Mile Adventure Ride

3:30  The Bicycle Shop of Fayetteville Bicycle Rodeo

Location:Downtown Lumberton,Lumberton, NC 28358
Date: March 3 -4, 2018
Times: 9 – 5
Tel: 919-889-2514
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US: Palm Beach, FL – Flagler Museum’s 2018 Whitehall Lecture Series

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The 33rd Annual Whitehall Lecture Series, Heroes of the Homefront: World War I and the Faces of Wartime America, commemorates the roles of American soldiers and supporters during World War I.

Ballroom-Lecture-1200Each lecture will provide a unique range of historical perspectives, including those of political and military leadership, the Doughboys on the front lines, minority infantrymen conscripted to battle, and women on the homefront and abroad.

Heroes of the Homefront will evoke a new appreciation for America’s participation in World War I and address the ways in which American culture was changed forever because of it. When possible, a book signing with the speaker follows each lecture. All lectures start at 3:00 pm.

February 18
The Last of the Doughboys:
The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten War
by Richard Rubin
February 25
World War I:
The American Soldier Experience
by Dr. Jennifer Keene
March 4
The Second Line of Defense:
American Women and World War I
by Dr. Lynn Dumenil
March 11
Uncle Sam Wants You: World War I
and the Making of the Modern American Citizen
by Dr. Christopher Capozzola
Online visitors can experience each lecture via a free Livestream broadcast at where visitors may listen live, see the presentation and ask the lecturer questions.

Location: The Flagler Museum, One Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480
Date: See Above
Time: 3pm
Tel: 561-655-2833
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US: Jekyll Island, GA – Treasure Hunt on Jekyll Island

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Every winter, throughout the months of January and February, the Jekyll Island Authority hosts a beach treasure hunt known as Island Treasures.island-treasures-2000x600

The origin of the event dates back to the early 1900s, when fishermen used glass floats as markers on their nets. Occasionally, the floats would break loose and wash ashore for lucky beachcombers to find and keep. Collecting the rare, highly sought-after glass floats became a hobby in the 1950s.

On Jekyll Island, the tradition continues with the annual Island Treasures event. Artists from across the country are selected to create one-of-a-kind glass floats. Colorful hand-crafted glass floats or globes, similar to the ones once used on fishing nets, are created by glass artisans from across the country.  New for this year, treasure hunters will now hunt for clear, plastic globes that can be exchanged for a handmade glass float at the Jekyll Island Guest Information Center.

Island Treasures are hidden daily, always  in plain view and public spaces. The treasures will never be placed in the dunes, marshes, animal habitats or private property. And, each weekend, double the number of globes hidden around the island.

Inside each plastic globe,  lucky treasure hunters will find a card with instructions to take the globe to the Jekyll Island Guest Information Center. Each card will have a number that corresponds to a real, handcrafted Island Treasure. Hunters will be limited to one glass float per household per year, increasing everyone’s chance to find a glass float. Hunters will also receive a certificate of authenticity and artist biography for their one-of-a-kind float. The Guest Information Center will be open daily, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

This Island Treasures event is FREE and lots of fun for all ages and as a bonus you get to explore this beautiful island.

Location: Jekyll Island Guest Information Center, 901 Downing Musgrove Causeway
Jekyll Island, GA 31527
Date: until Feb 28, 2018
Time: Open daily, 9 -6pm
Tel: 912- 635-3636 or 1-877-4-Jekyll
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US: New Castle, NH – Freeze your Tail Off to Raise Funds for Animals

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Raise funds by diving into the frigid Atlantic Ocean in New Castle, NH to benefit the thousands of animals that will turn to the NHSPCA in need of warmth, nourishment, medical care and love this year.SPCA PlungeLogo_2018 CROPPED

Are you willing to freeze your tail off for the animals? Join the New Hampshire SPCA’s 8th Annual Doggie Paddle Plunge. Take the plunge for New Hampshire homeless animals. Register, raise funds, and dive into the frigid Atlantic Ocean alongside hundreds of other animal lovers on February 24th in New Castle. SPCA Plunge-170311-003



Don’t want to freeze but want to support the animals? Register as a Virtual Plunger for $15 and raise funds without diving. Or make a donation to one of the many excited Plungers to help them reach their goal. No matter what you choose, you’re supporting animals in need.

Funds raised will help the New Hampshire SPCA continue its lifesaving mission. Now this is a cause worthy of freezing your tail off. Four-legged friends can watch from the beach but no doggie plungers permitted.

Location: New Castle Great Island Common, 301 Wentworth Rd, New Castle, NH 03854
Date: Saturday Feb 24, 2018
Time: 10am – 2:30 pm
Tel: 603-772-2921
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