Votes for Women: Taking Our Place in Politics Exhibit 

  • Through June 1
  • Hays-Heighe House at Harford Community College

The exhibit was inspired by the campaign for women’s suffrage in the United States, the 100th anniversary of the final pushes in the Senate for the 19th Amendment, and the ratification of women’s right to vote. It is co-curated by Harford Community College’s Stephanie Hallock, Professor of Political Science and Coordinator for Global Engagement, and Gina Calia-Lotz, Instructional Services Librarian. Free admission; reserve a space by calling 443-412-2539 or email

Bogus Boutique Exhibit

  • Through April 5
  • Monday-Thursday, 8:30 AM to 7 PM and Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
  • Harford Community College, Student Center, Chesapeake Gallery

"The Bogus Boutique is a lifestyle brand featuring unique, brightly colored ceramic objects and status symbols. These everyday objects foretell the ironic codification of consumer culture as it embodies our current society. Questioning the notion that ordinary objects can become an ‘object of art,’ Bogus encourages a debate about authorship and originality, dissolving the distinction between sanctioned museum pieces and iconic everyday consumed objects."- David Bogus 

An Evening of Jazz

  • March 8 (Friday), 8 PM, Harford Community College, Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1

Musical performance featuring Bob DeVos, jazz guitarist. or 443-412-2211

Sunday Afternoon Concert

  • March 10 (Sunday), 3 PM, Harford Community College, Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1

Concert featuring soprano Brooke Dircks and pianist Joseph Satava. or 443-412-2211

Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice

  • March 12 (Tuesday), 12:30-1:30 PM & 1:40 - 2:40 PM, Harford Community College, Student Center, Room 113

Ida B. Wells-Barnett was household name in the African American community during much of her lifetime (1863-1931), and was considered the equal of her well-known contemporaries such as Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. Du Bois. The documentary features the dramatic life and turbulent times of the pioneering journalist, activist, suffragist and anti-lynching crusader of the post-Reconstruction period. Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison reads selections from Wells’ memoirs and other writings. Reservations strongly recommended; or 443-412-2539

Harford Community College Board of Trustees Meeting

  • March 12 (Tuesday), 6 PM, Harford Community College, Edgewood Hall, Room 132

HCC’s Board of Trustees will meet in open session. Please note: Those wishing to circulate written materials to the Board for use during their comment session shall submit such materials to the President’s Office at least 10 days in advance of the meeting. To request disability-related reasonable accommodations, call 443-412-2402 voice, 443-412-2199 TTY, or email at least three business days prior to the meeting. Info: 443-412-2230

Harlem Globetrotters All-New Fan Powered World Tour

  • March 13 (Wednesday), 7 PM, APGFCU Arena at Harford Community College

The Harlem Globetrotters are known for their amazing feats of basketball, humor, and acts of goodwill on and off the court. And they have always been about their fans, but this year, everything they do will bring fans closer to the action more than ever before. The Globetrotters' one-of-a-kind show is unrivaled in the world of family entertainment. or 443-412-2211

Game On: Harford Has Talent

  • March 14 (Thursday), Chesapeake Theater
  • Mix & Mingle: 5 - 6:30 PM
  • Talent Show: 6:30 PM

A talent show that benefits the Maryland Center of the Arts. or 443-412-2211 

Lecture: Maryland Women’s Suffrage Movement

  • March 14 (Thursday), 6:30-8 PM, Hays-Heighe House at Harford Community College

The lecture will be led by Kacy Rohn, Community Development Coordinator for city of College Park, MD. Maryland was not among the 36 states whose ratification of the 19th Amendment affirmed women’s suffrage as part of the Constitution, and was unable to ratify until 1941. That does not mean that there was minimal activity by suffragists in Maryland; indeed, proximity to Washington D.C. in some ways made it ground zero. Historic preservationist and community planner Kacy Rohn researched suffrage activities in Maryland, and with the support of the Maryland Historic Trust, created a Story Map of important people, places, and events. Reservations strongly recommended; or 443-412-2539

“Food, Farmers and Community: Opening the Dialogue”

  • March 16 (Saturday), 8:30 AM to 1:30 PM, Harford Community College, Edgewood Hall, Room 132 

The half-day symposium focuses on Harford County's agriculture and food system and the advantages of buying local. Keynote speaker Julie Oberg, deputy secretary of the Maryland Department of Agriculture, will discuss "As a Community of Food Consumers, We Are All Stakeholders in the Success of Our Farms: Overview of Harford County Farming and its Challenges." Price includes breakfast and lunch featuring local agricultural products. Tickets are $10 per person. Info: 

Peg + Cat Live

  • March 16 (Saturday), 3 PM, Amoss Center, Bel Air

Based on the Emmy-winning PBS Kids show, the musical features comedy, countless favorite songs from the show, and Peg’s super coolest pal Ramone! When Peg’s Mom asks Peg and Cat to mail some really important letters, they come face to face with a really big dog. Really Big Problem! To solve it, they’ll need math—bar graphs, size comparison, position words, fair sharing, and a whole lot of counting. They’ll also need to count on each other, and the audience too, for their problem to be solved. A Bay Area Children’s Theatre Production, the show is part of the BGE Family Series. or 443-412-2211

Harford Community College Closed

  • College Closed: March 17-24; Library Open: March 24, 12-4 PM 

Harford Community College will be closed for spring break.

NEW – Golden Dragon Acrobats

  • April 6 (Saturday), 3 PM, Amoss Center, Bel Air

Rooted in time-honored ancient traditions beginning 25 centuries ago, the Golden Dragon Acrobats feature electrifying acrobats, contortionists and jugglers, combining award-winning acrobatics and traditional dance with spectacular costumes and graceful artistry to produce art that transcends borders and culture. or 443-412-2211

NEW – A Nursery for Militant Suffragists: Activism at Goucher College Presentation/Lecture

  • April 2 (Tuesday), 12:30-1:30 PM, Hays-Heighe House at Harford Community College 

In the first decades of the 20th century, dozens of Goucher students and faculty took part in marches, protests, and pickets for women’s suffrage, while the college administration struggled to develop a firm stance on the matter. Sheller’s recent project to uncover the story brought together Goucher alumnae with the college librarian and the curator for special collections, and reclaimed a proud part of Goucher’s history as an outstanding women’s college. Presented by Tina Hirsch Sheller, Assistant Professor of History and Historic Preservation at Goucher College. Reservations strongly recommended; or 443-412-2539