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Things to do in Baltimore Sept. 23 to 29 – Baltimore Sun

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Listen to one of country’s celebrated duos, Harry Potter fans unite for an evening of fun, see artworks created by a local artist, treat your pet to a pool day or raise a stein of beer.

Country music fans get your tickets to see duo Maddie and Tae perform at the Baltimore SoundStage. Street, 124 Market Place. They are known for such hit songs as “Die From A Broken Heart,” “Girl in a Country Song,” and “After the Strom Blows Through,” Ticket prices start at $15. baltimoresoundstage.com

Saturday 8 p.m.

Adult Harry Potter fans take a “Grown Up Field Trip: Welcome to Hogwarts” at the Maryland Science Center, 601 Light Street. Enjoy drinks from Linganore Winecellars and Pharm Brewing Company, hunt down ghosts in castles, play Quidditch and more. Tickets cost $40. mdsci.org

Friday 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

See the works of Maryland-based artist Oletha DeVane at Spectrum of Light and Spirit at the UMBC Center for Art Design and Visual Culture, 1000 Hilltop Circle. DeVane works in many media, including public sculpture. Head to the first floor of Fine Arts Building Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. umbc.edu

Sept. 22 through Dec. 17

Help save homeless animals and pamper your pet at the Festival for the Animals at Padonia Park Club, 12006 Jenifer Road Cockeysville. There will be fun activities, food and drink for pets and their owners. Well-behaved leashed dogs can participate in the Dog Swim, with proof of vaccination for Rabies, Bordetella and Distemper/Parvo. Tickets cost $29.99 to $39.99 for adults and kids get in free. Proceeds from the event help homeless animals at the Maryland SPCA. mdspca.org

Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Get your drink on at the Oktoberfest & Guilford Anniversary Party at Guilford Hall Brewery, 1611 Guilford Avenue. General admission is free. Early Bird All You Can Drink costs $30 and Early Bird All You Can Eat & Drink costs $80. eventbrite.com

Saturday 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

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