Spirit of Christmas Past

During candlelight tours, reenactors dressed in Victorian and Civil War attire will escort guests around the Marietta House Museum and discuss holiday customs and decorations. The event will include stories for children, music and light refreshments. 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday-Monday. 5626 Bell Station Rd., Glenn Dale. $4; ages 4-18, $2; 3 and younger, free. 301-464-5291.

They've Got Rhythm

The Wild Zappers prove that you don't need music to dance in rhythm. The Greenbelt-based all-male troupe of deaf dancers will merge American Sign Language with jazz, funk and hip-hop in a performance coordinated by counting and visual cues. The group will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the New Carrollton Library, 7414 Riverdale Rd., New Carrollton. Free. 301-459-6900.

The Game Onstage

West Coast rapper the Game has enjoyed fame since the debut of his album "The Documentary." He got his start in music in 2001, and rap mogul Dr. Dre signed him to his Aftermath label in 2003. The Game will perform at 9 p.m. tomorrow at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. Campus Drive, College Park. $32-$39. 301-314-9845.

Holiday R&B Concert

Babyface is fresh on the singles scene and the radio airwaves after his separation from wife and business partner, Tracey Edmonds, and the release of "Grown and Sexy." The award-winning producer of works by OutKast and TLC will share billing with '90s rhythm and blues notables En Vogue, one of the top-selling all-female groups, and Charlie Wilson, formerly of the Gap Band, in "Holiday Extravaganza," a concert at 8 p.m. next Thursday at the Show Place Arena, 14900 Pennsylvania Ave., Upper Marlboro. $65. 301-952-7999.

Singer, producer and songwriter Babyface will headline the "Holiday Extravaganza" concert next Thursday at Upper Marlboro's Show Place Arena.