Exhibition Featuring "Works by William Ruller and Stephanie Serpick"

  • Runs through November 8
  • Monday through Thursday, 8:30 AM-7 PM
  • Friday, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
  • Harford Community College, Student Center, Chesapeake Gallery

The Chesapeake Gallery is hosting a two-person exhibition that blends the mixed media book works of William Ruller with the oil paintings of Stephanie Serpick for an experience overlapping with themes of loss, abandonment, loneliness and change. Info:

Harford Community College Board of Trustees Meeting

  • October 8 (Tuesday), 6 PM, Harford Community College Edgewood Hall, Room 132

Harford Community College's Board of Trustees will meet in open session. 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

Girls' Horse Literature

  • October 10 (Thursday), 12:30-1:30 PM and 6:30-7:30 PM

From Black Beauty and National Velvet to modern pony club series, relationships with horses have been a popular theme for children's literature. Join us for a discussion of what gives these stories their enduring appeal. The program will be presented by Julie Mancine and Jennie Towner. There is no admission fee, but seating is limited. Reservations are recommended: Call 443-412-2539 or email to reserve a seat.  

NEW – An Evening of Jazz With Christian Perez Quintet

  • October 11 (Friday), 8 PM, Harford Community College, Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1

Argentine guitarist/composer Cristian Perez is joined by flute, bandoneon, upright bass, and drums to create a hybrid ensemble that is equal parts jazz combo, chamber ensenble, and world music troupe. 443-412-2211 or

Children's Tea: Pony Party!

  • October 12 (Saturday), 12:30-2:30 PM

Children ages 5 to 14 are invited to bring their favorite horse or pony toy to this tea with equestrian-themed snacks and activities; they must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets are $12. Reservations are required. Call 443-412-2539 or email to reserve a set.

Defining Modern Women

  • October 15 (Tuesday), 6:30-8 PM

Writer Glynnis MacNicol co-founded the professional women's networking site and argues for greater media representation of women who seek fulfillment in sustaining friendships and careers rather than traditional domesticity. There is no admission fee, but seating is limited. Reservations are recommended: Call 443-412-2539 or email to reserve a seat.

Harriet's Happiest Halloween

  • October 17-20, Harford Community College, Chesapeake Theater

For over 30 years, Harford Dance Theatre has been thrilling audiences with tales of young Harriet as she searches for the perfect Halloween costume. Join us for an all new adventure as Harriet stays after school to work on a project and discovers a new world of crazy characters lurking in the science lab, skulking in the spooky boiler room, and more! Slip on your favorite costume and join her . . . if you dare! 443-412-2211 or

History of the Pimlico Race Course

  • October 22 (Tuesday), 12:30-1:30 PM

Baltimore's own race course, home of the Preakness Stakes, is just shy of its 150th year. Follow the highs and lows of this historic venue and speculate about what its future may hold. The program will be presented by Karin DeFrancis. There is no admission fee, but seating is limited. Reservations are recommended: Call 443-412-2539 or email to reserve a seat.

Friday Evening Concert: Arnold Schoenberg's "Pierrot Lunaire"

  • October 25 (Friday), 8 PM, Harford Community College, Joppa Hall, Recital Hall #1

A sextet including Aaron Thacker (piano), Katie Procell (voice) and Alan Buxbaum (conductor) will perform Arnold Schoenberg's "Pierrot Lunaire," a dark and haunting early 20th century classic that explores topics of love, violence, and passions of the soul.

Women's Sportswear: Fashion and the Equestrian World

  • October 29 (Tuesday), 12:30-1:30 PM

Today, connections between women's activewear and women's race-going clothing may not be evident, but historically, equestriennes and spectators at sporting events sought easy-to-care-for garments that allowed freedom of movement. The resulting "American Look" showcased flexible, clean, youthful clothing appropriate for a variety of occasions – today's smart casual. The program will be presented by Ann Bennett. There is no admission fee, but seating is limited. Reservations are recommended: Call 443-412-2539 or email to reserve a seat.

Screech's Night Owl 5K

  • November 1 (Friday), 7 PM, APGFCU Arena at Harford Community College

Join us for a 5K glow run in support of Harford Community College student athlete scholarships. Participants will enjoy a brand new course through the HCC campus and athletic facilities. Refreshments, wearable glow items, and a premium long-sleeve race t-shirt (must register by October 14 to guarantee a shirt) will be provided to each runner. Medals will be awarded to the top male and female overall and top three male and female in each age category. Entry fees are $30 in advance (pre-registration by October 28) or $35. The event is presented by APG Federal Credit Union. To register:

NEW – Theaterworks USA in Peter Pan

  • November 1 (Friday), 7 PM, Amoss Center, Bel Air

Based on John Caird and Trevor Nunn's 1982 adaptation, the production was originally developed for London's Royal Shakespeare Company. In the spirit of the original tale, the story is told through the eyes of the six children living in Edwardian England. Together, they transform the Darling family's nursery into Neverland, turning long johns into shadows, an ironing board into a ship's plank, and antique snowshoes into a crocodile's snapping jaws. This enchanting production celebrates childhood and captures the magic of the imagination. 443-412-2211 or

NEW – HCC Actors Guild in Neil Simon's Fools

  • November 1, 2, 8 & 9, 8 PM
  • November 3 & 10, 3 PM
  • Harford Community College, Chesapeake Theater

Leon Tolchinsky is ecstatic. He's landed a terrific teaching job in an idyllic Russian hamlet. When he arrives, he finds people sweeping dust from the stoops back into their houses and people milking upside down to get more cream. The town has been cursed with chronic stupidity for 200 years and Leon's job is to break the curse. 443-412-2211 or

NEW – Athletic Hall of Fame Celebration

  • November 2 (Saturday), 11 AM-2 PM, Harford Sports Complex

Join us for a celebration to honor HCC alumni and students who exemplify a commitment to athletics and the community—past, present and future. Festivities include the unveiling of the Athletic Hall of Fame sign, induction of the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019 (Joe Harbach/Baseball and Kate Tiburzi Bohlen/Women's Tennis) and the presentation of the women's lacrosse 2019 National Championship rings. There is no fee to attend, but registration is required. To register, contact Lanell Patrick at 443-412-2563 or

NEW – Hollywood Nights: The Bob Seger Experience

  • November 2 (Saturday), 7:30 PM, Amoss Center, Bel Air

This musical powerhouse has set out to recreate everything about Bob Seger and his music. Determined to leave no stone unturned, Hollywood Nights prides themselves on continuing the amazing groundwork laid down by Bob over the past 30 years. If you are a true Seger fan, you won't want to miss this high-powered tribute to the man and his music! 443-412-2211 or