Baltimore Must-See Events Throughout April

4/3: REBECCA HOFFBERGER GOODBYE ON CARNIVAL DAY
Festivals. DIY wreaths, stilts, hoops and treats in AVAM’s outdoor plazas mark a more than fitting send-off for the museum’s founder, who is retiring after nearly 30 years. American Visionary Art Museum. 11:30 a.m.

4/4: LIVE WRITERS! TUNDE OYENEYIN
Conferences and courses. Peloton bike boot camp and elite cycling instructor lead this candid conversation at Enoch Pratt’s Cathedral Street location ahead of the release of his book, SPEAK: How to find your voice, trust your instincts, and get from where you are to where you want to be. Enoch Pratt Free Library. 7 p.m.

4/5-10: PRETTY WOMAN THE MUSICAL
Theater. The acclaimed 1990 Garry Marshall film (based on the screenplay by JF Lawton) heads downtown to tell the tale of an unlikely but electrifying romance at the Hippodrome. The Hippodrome Theatre. Hours and prices vary.

4/5-5/1: SENSE AND SENSITIVITY
Theater. Directed by Susanna Gellert, Kate Hamill’s portrayal of Jane Austen’s acclaimed novel brings the fortunes (and misadventures) of the Dashwood family to Fayette Street at the Everyman Theatre. Everyman Theater. Hours vary. $19-39.

4/7: CHILDREN WRITERS LIVE! YAMILE SAIED MENDEZ
Conferences and courses. Grab the toddlers and watch online as Méndez reads his picture book what do you want to bein which a little girl realizes great potential. Enoch Pratt Free Library. 6 p.m.

4/8: MUSIC UNDER THE DOME: THE WONDERS OF THE 90S
The music. Relive a decade of original, nostalgic songs from everyone from Rusted Root to Blind Melon beneath the Science Center Planetarium. Maryland Science Center. 7 p.m. $35.

TO 9/4: CLAUDIA CAPELLE: “BREATH OF FRESH AIR”
Exhibitions. In Highlandtown, the artist’s latest painted works on silk embrace consciousness and intention in an ever-changing modern world. Creative Alliance. Sat Sun 12pm-6pm

TO 9/4: SAM HUSSENI: “SNOW, FLORA AND FAUNA.”
Exhibitions. At Creative Alliance, the Riverdale-based artist strives to convey the allure of nature through textured paintings, which feature techniques such as wood grain and fading. Creative Alliance. Sat Sun 12pm-6pm

4/9: BALTIMORE IRISH TRAD FEST
festivals. The splendor of the Emerald Isle lands in Highlandtown to bring a night of captivating Irish song and dance. Creative Alliance. 8 p.m. $29-32.

4/9: HAIN BLUE
The music. Local favorites Cora Sone and Strange Attractor join the Baltimore folk band on the Station North stage. The subway gallery. 8 p.m. $15.

TO 10/4: PEOPLE AT HOME
Theater. Award-winning local playwright R. Eric Thomas tells the story of a home shared by a South Baltimore couple (and their newly blended families) on Mt. Vernon’s Center Stage. Center stage. Hours and prices vary.

4/10: DEN-MATE
The music. At the Metro Gallery, the sounds of electro-pop queen Jules Hale explore and seek to alter the lines that cut through wakefulness and sleep. The subway gallery. 7 p.m. $12.

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