“The Party Animal,” Victor Green and LaJoie Grimes will host a “Back in the Day Cocktail Sip” on Nov. 1 from 4-8 p.m. at the New Five Mile House, 5302 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore. Music provided by DJ Sugar Chris. In photo is “Rambling Rose” Victor Green and Kweisi MFume. For more information, call Victor at 443-756-5893.

Hello my dear friends and Happy Halloween. I guess Halloween is no longer just for the kids. There are parties all over Baltimore for adults celebrating the holiday including costumes, trick or treat, goblins, food and entertainment. Check this out. The Lexington Market is having a “Trick or Treat” on Oct. 31 for Halloween from 2-4 p.m. with live music, pumpkin decoration and cooking demos. Halloween Costumes are encouraged. Participating vendors will give out candy to people in costumes.

My buddy, Don of D&K Entertainment presents a “Classic Soul Saturdays Masquerade Party” on Oct. 31 from 8 p.m. until midnight at the Arch Social Club, 2426 Pennsylvania Avenue in Baltimore. Music will be provided by LyVe Band and Ol-Skool Band. You can BYOF or purchase your food from the kitchen, cash bar and a best costume contest. For ticket information, call 443-525-2715. Tell them “Rambling Rose” told you. I will see you there.

Bro. Lonnie Parker, renowned Gospel Promoter celebrates 37 years as Program Organizer and Promoter in a big way on Nov. 8, 3:30 p.m. at the Brown’s Memorial Baptist Church, 3215 W. Belevedere Avenue, Baltimore featuring the Swanee Quartet, The Wings of Praise, Eric Wadell & The Abundant Life Singers, Chambliss and The Christianaires. For ticket information, call 43-610-7583.

Another“Adult Costume Cabaret” for Halloween is hosted by my friend, MarvaD Events and DJ KennyD on Oct. 31 from 9 p.m. until 1 a.m. at the Diamondz Event Hall, 9980 Liberty Road in Randallstown featuring the Panama Band, best costume contests and it is BYOB and BYOF with free set-ups. For more information, call 410-599-9159.

Now let us talk about some other stuff happening in Baltimore in the next week before I forget and then I will get back to the “Gospel for the Soul”. It is called “Memphis or Bust”; this is my kind of music. It is the College Park Blues Festival and it is happening on Nov. 8 from 6-11 p.m. at the Ritchie Coliseum on Route 1, 4533 Rossborough Lane in College Park Maryland. My goodness gracious. Mannnnnnnnnnn. I am already patting my feet.

The line-up on this one is the DC Blues Society Band, Jackie Scott & the Housewreckers, M.S.G. Acoustic Blues Trio, Mojo Priests and much more, you get the picture. There will be dancing, vendors, cash bar a guitar raffle and the best of all it is FREE. Even the parking is free. I tell you Girlfriend, if you go to this one, you will come out humming and smiling. I will see you there.

The International Renown Swanee Quartet will perform their hit song “If I Stumble” and “Dr. Jesus” at Lonnie Parker’s Anniversary Celebration at Brown’s Memorial Baptist Church in Baltimore on Nov. 8. For ticket information, call 410-358-9661

My friend, the “Party Animal” as he is affectionately called, Victor Green and his co-host LaJoie Grimes will have an old time “Cocktail Sip” the way we did it back in the day at the Club Casino, the Sphinx Club, the Avenue Bar, at the Bim Bam Boo Lounge, the Garrison Lounge, Lucky Number, the Uptown, Maceo’s Cozy Corner, Bear’s Den, Federal Lounge, Bird Cage, the North End Lounge, the Haven, Moe’s Cocktail Lounge, Gatsby’s and the 32nd Street Plaza; Hey. Hey. Hey.

Did we bring back any memories? Honey Child, if you are under sixty, you have no idea what I am talking about. But if you go to this event, you will get a close idea. I can’t think of a better person to show than Victor. This event will be held at the Five Mile House, 5302 Reisterstown Road in Baltimore from 4-8 p.m.

Gillis Memorial Christian Community Church, 4016 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore is celebrating “Women’s Season” with their Annual Women’s Day Prayer Brunch on Nov. 7 at 9:30 a.m. at Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church, 3100 Walbrook Avenue in Baltimore. For ticket information, call the Church.

My dear friends mark your calendar for this one. The Arch Social Club unveils new mural as an extension of “Art @Work” Sandtown Program. The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts announces the completion of a new mural at Arch Social Club on Pennsylvania and North Avenues, the site of the April 2015 uprising. Theofficial ribbon-cutting and unveiling of the mural takes on Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. Let me see if we can pack that corner for something positive for the community. The mural was painted by local artist, Ernest Shaw with the help of local street artist, Nether and Eric Hendricks III, a graduate of the Art@Work. The 30-foot mural features legendary jazz songstress Billie Holiday. To know more, go to web site: www.archsocialclub.com.

Well, my friends, I am out of space and out of time. I want to thank all who came and supported the Rosa Pryor Music Scholarship Fund last fundraiser, Black & Gold Ball last week. I hope you enjoyed yourself. Remember if you need me; call me at 410-833-9474 or email me at rosapryor@aol.com. UNTIL THE NEXT TIME, I’M MUSICALLY YOURS.