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Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day LIVE!

This Weekend:

Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day LIVE! (Various Museums)
Receive Free Admission for 2 at Participating Venues with a ticket. In the spirit of Smithsonian Museums, who offer free admission everyday, Museum Day Live! is an annual event hosted by Smithsonian magazine in which participating museums across the country open their doors to anyone presenting a Museum Day Live! ticket… for free.

Westminster Fall Fest (Westminster)
Carnival rides, live entertainment and food. Enjoy more than 100 crafters and commercial vendors. No pets.

Baltimore Comic-Con 2015 (Baltimore)
The Baltimore Comic-Con comic book-oriented fan convention featuring marquee-name comic book creators, publishers, charitable organizations, comic/pop culture vendors, costume contest, art auction, annual exclusive yearbook, autograph scavenger hunt, Kids Love Comics pavilion, exclusive events, etc.

A MidSummer Night's Dream (Baltimore)
Join us for the magic and merriment when the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company presents William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Ian Gallanar, CSC’s Founding Artistic Director.

Capital Challenge Horse Show (Upper Marlboro)
Annual competition with elaborate championship presentations.

Calvert County Fair (Prince Frederick)
Calvert County’s long agricultural heritage and history is celebrated each year with an old-fashioned county fair complete with farm animals, displays of all kinds, demonstrations and delicious Southern Maryland cooking.

Farm Heritage Days and Bull Blast (West Friendship)
Farm equipment, farm animals, food and entertainment, with the Bull Blast and Rodeo Extravaganza.

Maryland Renaissance Festival (Annapolis)
Second largest Renaissance festival in the nation. A 16th-century celebration on 10 stages on 22 acres.

The Night Fairy (Bethesda)
Flory is a Night Fairy who is attacked by a bat. When her wings are damaged, she is forced to learn how to survive by daylight. During her adventures, Flory reconciles with her foe. By the time her wings begin to sprout back, Flory has discovered a renewed sense of creativity, and resilience.

Wine on the Beach (Ocean City)
Wineries from across the mid-Atlantic region, arts and crafts, continuous entertainment, food and more.

Steel Wheels Festival (Cumberland)
The Steel Wheels Festival will be a celebration of history and will include a night photo sessions, C&O 1309 restoration shop tours, the Amtrak Exhibit Train, daytime train rides and Dinner train "Dining by Rail" with Jim Porterfield.

Remote Control Airplane Festival: Charm City Memorial Fly-In (Baltimore)
This free event features local hobbyists zipping, dipping and diving their R/C planes, helicopters and jets. As part of the three-day event, attendees will enjoy flights and demonstrations by more than 25 pilots, novice training sessions, and festivities and food.


Baltimore Book Festival (Baltimore)
Baltimore Book Festival features hundreds of appearances by local, celebrity and nationally known authors, book signings, more than 100 exhibitors and booksellers, nonstop readings on multiple stages.

Chestertown Harry Potter Festival (Chestertown)
The colonial river town will host the celebration, featuring spectacular activities and events for children and adults – wizards and muggles alike. Proudly, presented by the non-profit Mid-Shore Community Foundation, the Festival benefits the Garfield Center for the Arts.

Stargazing and Smores (Savage)
Drink in the expanse of our universe with an illuminating night hike on our Stargazing Trip. Our well versed guides will regale you with colorful stories of our constellations, and facts about our stars leaving from our base camp at Savage Mill. Then we will shoot for the stars on our Giant Swing.  After your hike we will roast s’mores over an open campfire and under the canopy of silver speckled twilight. Enjoy the best of summer all in one night.

Motown Open Dance Party (Jessup)
Join us for our first 60’s party! Dance the night away to your favorite music of the era and make sure to come dressed to impress in you favorite 60’s attire!


Crabtoberfest (Cambridge)
This one of a kind event features German music, dancing, German and Eastern Shore food.

Arts Collective Presents: What Improv Group (Columbia)
W.I.G., now in its fifth year, returns for a 3-show run throughout AC’s 19th season… guaranteeing an outstanding, unique, wig-wearing journey inside truth, storytelling and improv! Seriously funny business… always spontaneous… always honest… and always with audience suggestions and participation… often featuring stellar, surprise guest artists! GA 12$ Students 10$

Kunta Kinte Children's Festival (Annapolis)
Kunta Kinte was one of 98 slaves brought to Annapolis, Maryland aboard the ship Lord Ligonier in 1767, and despite many years in bondage, he never lost his connection to his African heritage. Kunta Kinte's experience symbolizes the struggle of all ethnic groups to preserve their cultural heritage.

Frederick Douglass Day (St. Michaels)
The Town of Easton and the Frederick Douglass Honor Society invite you to celebrate the life of Frederick Douglass and his powerful legacy during Frederick Douglass Day. The celebration will feature a parade with bands, keynote address by renowned Douglass scholar, musical performances, children activities, food and retail vendors, a tour of “The Hill,” a historically-oriented scavenger hunt, oral history interviews and a free screening of “Twelve Years a Slave”.

Choptank Heritage Skipjack Race (Cambridge)
Watch a race of skipjacks from throughout the Chesapeake Bay, hosted by Cambridge's ambassador skipjack, Nathan of Dorchester. Views from Long Wharf and other locations along the banks of the Choptank River. Bleachers, food and gift vendors at Long Wharf. One of only two skipjack races left on Bay.

Art in the Park (Stevensville)
Art festival with local and visiting artists displaying original works; food, music and crafts.

MPT MotorWeek CARnival (Adamstown)
Maryland Public Television hosts its second annual MotorWeek CARnival, a car show for auto enthusiasts and families. Join John Davis, host and creator of MotorWeek, and Pat Goss, host of “Goss’s Garage” segment on the show, and enjoy entertainment for all ages. $10 per car in advance, $15 day of

The Shindig Music Festival (Baltimore)
This year’s two main stages will be anchored by alternative rock legends JANE’S ADDICTION and punk rock favorite’s RISE AGAINST. The all-day festival will feature two identical main stages with NO OVERLAPPING SETS of music. The Vending Village in The Woods includes a diverse offering of Baltimore’s best and familiar food and beverage options with plenty of seating and shade available. The Woods is also home to the Ripley’s “Believe it or Not” Side Stage featuring an array of rare talent including sword swallowers,

National Public Lands Day (North East)
Come out and celebrate Public Lands Day at Elk Neck State Park! You will be among thousands of people nation-wide who volunteer their time to benefit America's public lands. Work with park staff and afterwards enjoy a live animal program featuring some of Maryland’s most common reptiles.

Shawan Downs Legacy Chase (Cockeysville)
The Legacy Chase has become an annual event marrying the excitement of a steeplechase with the beauty of the country side.

Old Town Bowie Fall Festival (Bowie)
The Old Town Bowie Fall Festival features antiques, crafts, vendors, food, and entertainment! Lots of fun for everyone in the family! This outdoor event is family-friendly, including appropriate entertainment for the younger crowd. Rain date is the following day.

Dogfest Featuring Paws on Parade Walkathon - A Doggone Great Day! (Reisterstown)
Dog lovers! Dogfest featuring Paws on Parade, is a dog day extravaganza for pets and pet lovers that benefits the no-kill shelter, Baltimore Humane Society. The Family Fun day includes a walkathon, activities, games, dog swimming, events, food, and contests!

U.S. Naval Academy vs. Western Kentucky Football (Annapolis)
Watch Navy face off against Western Kentucky at U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Historic London Town and Gardens Fall Plant Sale (Edgewater)
Purchase an unusual camellia or magnolia, a London Town-grown perennial, or a seasonal plant from the Melwood Horticultural program. The event features an array of native and exotic woodland species that thrives in our local environment. Master gardeners will be on site to assist. A list of plant offerings is posted on London Town’s website.

Mortified Baltimore (Baltimore)
Come share the shame with readings from embarrassing adolescent diaries, locker notes, and bad teen poetry, all read live on stage by their original authors in front of total strangers. As seen in the documentary "Mortified Nation," it's equal parts comedic, cathartic, and creepily voyeuristic.

FARE Walk for Food Allergy (Rockville)
The FARE Walk for Food Allergy is coming to Rockville on September 27, 2014. Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) works on behalf of the 15 million Americans with food allergies. To register for the walk, visit www.foodallergywalk.org/rockville2014

This fun-packed festival will celebrate and promote the best of Maryland's handcrafed and distinctive microbrews. 14 breweries with over 30 types of beer. Food, vendors and continuous music.

The Business & Community Expo has something for everyone. If you have a business, want to start a business, or purchase products and services from businesses; this is an event for you!


The Midtown Men (Bel Air)
Tony® Award winner Christian Hoff, Michael Longoria, Daniel Reichard and Tony® Award nominee J. Robert Spencer, shared the Broadway stage for over a thousand performances in the mega-hit Jersey Boys. The Midtown Men, they have thrilled crowds on concert stages and symphony halls across the continent, and have delighted television audiences with performances on "Good Morning America," "Access Hollywood," "Katie," and "The Chew.

One Maryland One Book,Maryland's largest annual reading & discussion program, with free programs and discussions in every county in the state. Hear Reyna Grande speak about her memoir, "The Distance Between Us." She will take questions and sign books in 6 public appearances across the state.

Colonel Timothy J. Holtan and guest conductor Dr. Michael Votta, Professor of Music at the University of Maryland, lead members of the Concert Band in music highlighting dance and movement. The concert also features the ensemble, invoke.

Lutenist Richard Stone has performed as soloist and accompanist worldwide. The New York Times called his playing “beautiful” and “lustrously melancholy,” while the Washington Post described it as having “the energy of a rock solo and the craft of a classical cadenza.”

This ageless tale of star-crossed lovers in 13th-century Verona is retold in elegant and virtuosic bel canto style and offers some of Bellini’s most beautiful melodies. Based on Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet,” this is “an opera of dramatic appeal” (New York Times) and features the enormous talents of stunning soprano Nicole Cabell as Giulietta and mezzo-soprano Kate Lindsey as Romeo. Tenor David Portillo sings the role of Tebaldo.

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Maryland Ave Fall Festival

This Weekend:

God & Country Dinner Show (Hagerstown)
A riveting patriotic tribute that will both entertain and inspire! Includes an all-American cookout-style meal. 

Elkton Fall Fest (Elkton)
Fall Fest begins Friday, September 19 from 5pm to 9pm. Food vendors and car show are set for Main St. Live entertainment begins at 6 pm Friday with The Cruisers. Saturday, September 20th runs from 8am - 8pm featuring music by Beatlemania Now!, 5K run, Elkton's Voice Contest, and much more!

Berlin Fiddler's Convention (Berlin)
Three days of free, live bluegrass music and competitions

A Raisin in the Sun (Annapolis)
Winner of four Tony awards, the iconic story of the struggle of an African-American family poses eternal questions about identity, justice, and moral responsibility. An unflinching vision of what happens when dreams are constantly deferred, this American classic is as powerful today as it was 50 years ago.

The Great Frederick Fair (Frederick)
The Great Frederick Fair is the ultimate country fair featuring 4-H exhibits, carnival midway, rides, entertainment, amusements, antique cars, harness racing, music and great food!

Appalachian Festival (Frostburg)
The Appalachian region’s rich cultural heritage will be on display during Frostburg State University’s 2014 Appalachian Festival. Now in its 9th year, the free daytime event celebrates all that makes the region unique – its history, culture, natural environment, musical and artistic traditions, food and more.

The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention (Hunt Valley)
The celebrity guests scheduled to appear at the 2014 MANC are Piper Laurie, Lana Wood, Peggy King, Veronica and Angela Cartwright, and Connie Stevens. Film screenings featuring works of the celebrity guests, QandAs, photo and autograph opportunities, are among the convention's highlights.

Sunfest (Ocean City)
This nationally recognized festival brings family fun-filled days of music, food, and an array of arts and crafts to the festival grounds. Nationally known & regionally popular entertainers highlight four days of fall fun. All entertainment is free with the exception of the headline acts.

2014 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships (McHenry)
The ICF World Championships represent much more than a simple competition. It is a gathering of nations from around the globe joining together in sport while establishing the legacy of this Olympic-style event.

4th Annual Taste of Maryland Music and Seafood Festival 2014 (West Friendship)
Woodstoc "Roc Out Cancer Stage", Live ebtertainment, live cooking demonstrations, kids play area and beer and wine garden.


The Deanna Bogart Band (Brooklyn Park)
The Deanna Bogart Band at the Chesapeake Arts Center in the Hammonds Lane Theatre on Friday, September 19, 2014 Doors 7:00pm | Show 8pm All Ages! Tickets: CAC Members $22.


Wiener 500 Dachshund Dash (D.C.)
 Kick off Oktoberfest with the third annual Wiener 500 dachshund races, because nothing's funnier than racing dogs. The day also includes canine contests open to all breeds, including best costume and best trick, plus music and a beer garden.

OLD BAY Festival at Padona Park Club (Cockeysville)
OLD BAY FESTIVAL TO BE HELD AT PADONIA PARK CLUB As its popular and definitive seafood spice OLD BAY® celebrates its 75th anniversary, McCormick & Co.

U.S. Naval Academy vs. Rutgers Football (Annapolis)
Enjoy the U.S. Naval Academy’s “Annapolis Home Opener” football game against Rutgers at U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Cruisin' For Our Heros (Lutherville)
Motorized emergency vehicle show and demonstrations, rides, flea market, antique cars, honoring area service personnel.

Civil War Reenactors (Walkersville)
Union and Confederate reenactors on the train and in the bushes trackside. Caution! There will be the sound of gunfire with skirmishes along the line and a mock battle at the park. Advance reservations are only available for the May event.

Main Street Music Fest (Ellicott City)
Bring the family for a day of live music, art, food, local beer all in Downtown Historic Ellicott City. Music venues indoors and outside. Children's activities areas. Locally brewed craft beer & food. All events are free and family friendly. Free shuttle service to remote parking.

National Drive Electric Week Baltimore (Baltimore)
Experience the fun of riding in or driving an electric car at the Maryland Science Center. Talk with EV owners about the benefits of driving electric. Learn how easy it is to charge an electric car. Learn about EV Rebates and Tax Incentives. See related Green Technologies.

Bluebird Blues Festival (Upper Marlboro)
Enjoy nationally-known live entertainment, children’s activities, music workshops, food and crafts for people of all ages. The Bluebird Blues Festival is sponsored by Prince George’s Community College.

Maryland Brewers' Harvest (Baltimore)
MD’s finest beer amongst the cobblestoned streets and waterfront views in one of Baltimore’s most celebrated neighborhoods. 25+ Maryland brewing companies pouring 150+ unique, fresh and local craft beers. Complete with local top chefs, this Harvest could not be a finer Old Line State celebration!

Honey Harvest Festival (Laurel)
Join the Maryland State Beekeepers Association as they celebrate the Annual Maryland Honey Harvest Festival! Discover the busy world of bees and other pollinators while enjoying arts and crafts, honey tastings, candle making demonstrations, Refuge habitat tram tours and much more!

Gaithersburg HELP 3rd Annual Neighbor Helping Neighbor Fun Run and Walk (Gaithersburg)
On September 20th, Gaithersburg HELP will be hosting the 3rd Annual Neighbor Helping Neighbor Fun Run & Walk at Bohrer Park. We will be raising funds to support HELP's food pantry and other programs benefiting local residents in need.

Baltimore Seafood Festival (Baltimore)
The Baltimore Seafood Festival will feature the area's favorite restaurants serving their signature seafood dishes, live music by Strykers' Posse and Super Bueno, cooking demos by top Baltimore chefs, refreshing drinks and a family area with toys, games, face painting and more!

Corsica Watershed Awareness Day (Centreville)
Free - Fall event for families includes environmental exhibits, children's crafts and activities, ecotours/hayrides, tours at the historic farmhouse, live music, food.

Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival (Towson)
Come celebrate African American culture with dance, music, art, poetry, historical exhibits, childrens activities, a health and wellness village, financial empowerment zone, food, vendors of all types and much more. The festival culminates with nationally renowned musical acts on the main stage.

Western Maryland Kidney Ride (Cumberland)
Pedal your way through the scenic mountains of Cumberland and Frostburg, while helping NKF-MD raise funds for patient and community services, education programs, patient advocacy efforts, research and patient financial support.

Howard Community College Grand Prix (Clarksville)
Saddle up and head out to watch world class equestrians soar over obstacles and race against the clock - all for a good cause! In addition to thrilling equestrian action, the Grand Prix features vendors, games, food, cornhole tournament, and a classic custom car show.

Wanda Sykes (North Bethesda)
This brilliant standup comic, writer, and actress has won multiple Emmy Awards and ranks among Entertainment Weekly’s 25 Funniest People in America.

Caribbean Ancestry: Tracing Family History from the West Indies with Damani Davis of the National Archives (Baltimore)
The lecture will provide a general history of 20th century Caribbean migration to the U.S. and will examine key record groups including naturalization, passport and ship passenger arrival records.

Bill Pickett Championship Rodeo (Upper Marlboro)
Hailed as the 'Greatest Show on Dirt,' the Bill Pickett Rodeo returns in its 20th Anniversary tour. Don't miss the rodeo excitement as cowboys and cowgirls compete.


Bel Air Festival for the Arts (Bel Air)
350 artists, photographers, crafts people; continuous entertainment, food, rain or shine, free shuttle from MVA on Rt 24.

13th Annual Calvert County Watermans' Festival (Solomons)
The Festival is perhaps best known for our Boat Docking Contest, during which work boats and charter boats compete within their divisions for cash, prizes and trophies. Never a dull moment, this is a spectacular event to watch! Beer, food and soft drink sales and exhibits by some of our sponsors will also be available. Live entertainment will be provided by Deanna Dove!

8th Annual Walkabout Abilities (Towson)
Join Abilities Network for this fun, inspiring, community fundraiser that brings individuals, families and the community together to support Marylanders with disabilities. The event features a 2-mile walk, refreshments, music, arts & crafts, fun-filled activities and entertainment for all ages.

6th Annual Fort McHenry Tunnel Run (Baltimore)
All proceeds from the event benefit Special Olympics Maryland (SOMD). SOMD currently provides year round sports training and competition to over 6,900 individuals with intellectual disabilities across the state of Maryland. Events such as the Tunnel Run help SOMD continue to reach more and more individuals.

24th Annual West Annapolis Oktoberfest (Annapolis)
Join the festivities at one of Annapolis’ premier street fairs where everyone is invited to be German for the day. The festival features an authentic German band, dancing, German food and beer, arts and crafts vendors and a special kids’ zone.

Jazz on Sundays (Brooklyn Park)
The Chesapeake Arts Center’s upcoming Jazz on Sundays events will be amazing! The Jazz on Sunday series will kick off on Sunday, September 21, 2014 with Doug Byerly and Marty Knepp at 3:00pm in the Studio 194 Theatre located at 194 Hammonds Lane, Baltimore Maryland 21225.

Hispanic Festival (Adelphi)
Bring the family and celebrate the rich heritage of our Hispanic communities! From carnival games, crafts, entertainment, delicious ethnic food and more, there's something for everyone. Bring a friend or neighbor and enjoy the day! FREE

Maryland Avenue Fall Festival (Annapolis)
Fall is in the air! Come celebrate the beginning of autumn at the Annual Fall Festival along Maryland Avenue and State Circle in the heart of Historic Annapolis on Sunday, September 21, 2014, from 10 AM to 5 PM. The festival is an old-fashioned street festival with local merchants and vendors.


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Wheel of Lights: Star-Spangled Spectacular

This Weekend:

Star-Spangled Spectacular (Baltimore)
The commemoration for the War of 1812 Bicentennial concludes in 2014 with live entertainment, international tall ships and grey hulls, the Blue Angels, fireworks and other festive activities.

152nd Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam (Sharspburg)
Join us at the historic Pry House to commemorate the 152nd anniversary of the Battle of Antietam and the men of both sides who stood, and fell, during the bloodiest day in American military history.

Home of the Brave (Frederick)
The ceremony will take place on the actual 200th anniversary of the famed Battle of Baltimore which included Francis Scott Key's writing of the Star-Spangled Banner. This special event will include a candlelight, wagon-led walking tour of selected veteran graves within the cemetery, including that of Francis Scott Key.

152nd Anniversary of the Battle of South Mountain (Boonsboro)
South Mountain State Battlefield will celebrate the 152nd anniversary of the battle that occurred on September 14, 1862. Ranger guided battlefield tours will be offered throughout the weekend. For specific program times and locations check the park's website.

Wee-Cycle Mart and Moms Fest (Westminster)
Clothing (maternity to teens), toys, games, puzzles, baby equipment & Furniture, books/movies/CD & DVD, kids arts & crafts, scrapbooking, sports stuff and more. Featuring Moms Fest on Saturday with over 20 Services and Vendors supporting moms!

The Great Frederick Fair (Frederick)
Exhibits, rides, entertainment, amusements, educational programming and eateries.

Anne Arundel County Fair (Crownsville)
Farm animals, exhibits, contests, carnival midway, entertainment, family atmosphere, agriculture education, 4-H exhibits and auction.

Asian Festival (Fort Washington)
The Asian Festival extravaganza aims to promote diverse cultures and celebrate traditions and talents from the Asian continent. The Festival aims to bring together people from various cultural backgrounds, to promote peace, harmony and unity.

Amadeus (Baltimore)
In 18th century Vienna, music is the currency of power. And court composer Antonio Salieri is the toast of the town. That is, until a young prodigy by the name of Mozart comes on the scene.

Delmarva Bike Week (Salisbury)
Get your motor running! Delmarva Bike Week and OC Bike Fest are Harley Davidson bike events in Ocean City and Salisbury, Maryland and in Seaford, Delaware, featuring great entertainment including live concerts, stunt teams, food and merchandise.

Once (Baltimore)
ONCE tells the enchanting tale of a Dublin street musician who’s about to give up on his dream when a beautiful young woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. As the chemistry between them grows, his music soars to powerful new heights, but their unlikely connection turns out to be deeper and more complex than your everyday romance.

NextNOW Fest (College Park)
For the first time ever, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center is kicking off our season with four days of fun and frolic with the NextNOW Fest! Discover the next big thing in small, intimate and surprising environments: sonic massages, subway buskers, Terptastic jazz, deep theatre for your short attention span, dance mysteries, late-night art explosions, food frolics, an arts tailgate, and toast… and then something curious… and then…

Maryland RV Show (Timonium)
This year's show will feature over 85 brand names covering the latest travel trailers, 5th wheel trailers, tent "pop up" trailers, as well as, the largest diesel pushers, class A and C motor homes down to the smallest mini-motor homes. All feature new light weight fuel efficient frames

Maryland Horse and Pony Show (Upper Marlboro)
Originating in 1943, The Prince George's Equestrian Center is pleased to again host The Maryland Horse & Pony Show. This event is free to spectators.

Pop: Everlasting: An exhibit of paintings by Cory Obendorfer (Germantown)
Drawing inspiration from those who came before, Pop: Everlasting focuses on a series of popsicle paintings where artist Cory Oberndorfer has imagined how the artists who influenced him might approach his work. The legacy of these artists continues in this new set of paintings in the series. Oberndorfer’s images of drippy summer treats cling onto youth, nostalgia, and the dream of eternal vacation.

Clybourne Park (Frederick)
BY BRUCE NORRIS DIRECTED BY PETER WRAY Bruce Norris’ witty new spin off of Lorraine Hansberry’s Raisin in the Sun follows a Chicago household in 1959 as a black family plans to move into a predominately white neighborhood.

Native American Festival (Vienna)
Featuring Native American traditional dancers, singers and drummers, Quality vendors from throughout the United States, Craft and artist demonstrations.


Lynrd Skynyrd Concert (Aberdeen)
Lynyrd Skynyrd Concert at Ripken Stadium. Friday, September 12th. Gates open at 6:00pm, Show begins at 7:30pm


The Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival (Annapolis)
The Annapolis Craft Beer and Music Festival combines the best of all worlds: over 100 award-winning artisan beer tastings from regional and national artisan breweries as well as music of every variety on stage. Shop for arts and crafts and specialty food items, too. Oysters on the half shell, too!

In the Street Festival (Frederick)
This outdoor street festival includes nine blocks of themed fun, including areas highlighting children’s activities, local art organizations, regional artisans, history, sports, and more. Four stages of live entertainment and local food & beer vendors.

Harvest Festival at Layton's Chance Winery (Vienna)
Grape stomping, activities for the kids, fun family atmosphere. Music and wine.

The Annual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival (Hyattsville)
Last year, over 4,000 DC-area art aficionados lined the streets of the Arts District Hyattsville shopping center to experience amazing arts & crafts, numerous live performances, as well as tasty local food & drink.

Indian Discovery Day (St. Mary's City)
Explore and celebrate the life ways of Maryland' first people. There will be Native American Dancers, hide tanning demonstrations, canoe burning, archery and atlatl demonstrations as well as crafts to make and take home.

Nora Roberts Book Signing Event (Boonsboro)
Meet Nora Roberts and other favorite authors at this book signing event in historic Boonsboro, MD. These are very popular and exciting events. Be sure to check out the website for details.

Learn to Solder (Linthicum)
At the National Electronics Museum. The workshop will include two hands-on soldering projects that will introduce the basics of soldering and teach about various electronic components. Go to Go to http://ow.ly/zsis4 for more information. Advanced registration required.

Monarchs and More! (Catonsville)
Families can explore the world of butterflies, how they are different from moths and how we can help them. We will identify caterpillars and "tag" any monarchs we catch and help track their progress to Mexico. Adults and children 6+. $3 members/$5 non-members. Advance registration required.

Double Bubble Fun Run (Sykesville)
You will run through Foam Stations, Bubble Stations, Color Stations, Obstacle Stations and lots of surprises we can't tell you about. There will be Super Heroes dancing with the children at the end of the fun. Then it's time to relax and watch the show of Frank and Shiloh performing K9 frisbee show

A Cappella/Barbershop Show (Silver Spring)
Skit portion is set in the Great Depression and features music from that era ("Over The Rainbow"). Formal portion includes "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" and songs from the Beach Boys. Special guest quartet is Mayhem (2014 Mid-Atlantic District Champion). Advance ticket purchase: 301-257-2669

U.S. Navy Parachute Team THE LEAP FROGS (Churchville)
The Leap Frogs consist of an all-volunteer team of active duty personnel. Jumpers often activate smoke grenades and create various formations during freefall flight. Members may deploy a flag and the last jumper to land typically trails an American flag. Be sure to bring a chair!

Bikeabout (Columbia)
Discover trails and treasures while having fun with family and friends on this 10-mile route through the villages of Wilde Lake, Harper’s Choice and Hickory Ridge. Stay and enjoy an old-fashioned picnic at Wilde Lake Park hosted by the Wilde Like Community Association and CA.  Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. Event is free and open to the public.

President Lincoln's Cottage Family Day (D.C.)
 Activities include a Civil War encampment, live music, a petting zoo and top hat making. 

Snallygaster (D.C.)
Washington's best beer festival? That would be Snallygaster, which brings more than 275 craft beers and ciders to Yards Park on Sept. 13. The annual event is run by the team behind ChurchKey, Bluejacket and Rustico, which means you'll find rare seasonal ales and rubber-clad German gravity-pour kegs instead of the usual pumpkin beers that clog supermarket shelves this time of year. The event will feature an "artisanal cider garden" and live music by !!! and local electropop group Brett.


Silver Spring Maker Faire (Silver Spring)
KID Museum is hosting the Silver Spring Maker Faire which features free family activities and projects created by inventors, hackers, crafters, artists, and do-it-yourselfers of all kinds. For more information visit http://makerfairesilverspring.com/

ZERO Prostate Cancer Challenge (Towson)
Lace up your sneakers and join Chesapeake Urology at the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk. This is a tight-knit community activity that brings together athletes, doctors, cancer survivors and those who care about them to end prostate cancer.

The National Anthem, Remixed by Shodekeh (Baltimore)
To coincide with the 200th anniversary of Francis Scott Key’s writing the National Anthem, on September 14, 2014, beat box artist Shodekeh leads a new interpretation of the National Anthem using virtuosic vocal percussion.

Hampstead Hill Festival (Baltimore)
O'Malley's March, 1814: The Rock Opera, Baltimore City College Choir, Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, Maryland sings, Charm City Junction, Fife & Drum Corps, 1814 Fashion Show, National Anthem sing0a0long led by Governor Martin O'Malley, Historical Re-Enactors, Free to the Public.


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This Weekend:

The 47th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival (Annapolis)
The 47th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival (MSF) celebrates a weekend of fresh and mouth-watering seafood on September 6 and 7th, along with a variety of entertainment, exhibits and activities. 

Deep Creek Lake Art and Wine Festival (McHenry)
The festival includes wine, regional artists, children's area, silent auction, live music and lots more!

Building Perspectives (Ellicott City)
Building Perspectives features work by five artists — Ashley DuRoss, Lillian Bayley Hoover, Robert Tennenbaum, April Rimpo, and K. Velis Turan — whose explorations of constructed spaces and urban landscapes produce unique and often abstracted works.

Memphis - The Musical (Columbia)
Inspired by actual events, Memphis is about a white DJ, the first to play black music in the 50's and a black club singer hoping for her big break. Filled with laughter, Motown and roof-raising rock 'n' roll!

Prince George's County Fair (Upper Marlboro)
Join us for this annual event featuring live animals, food, music, carnival games and much more.

The Reisterstown Festival (Reisterstown)
FREE festival begins with parade down Main Street featuring marching bands, vintage cars, community groups, Etc..We have craft, merchandise, community and food vendors, live music, Beer Garden, Children's Area with entertainment, Stunt Bicyclist shows, Car show on Sun, Free Fireworks Sat. night at dusk

Suburban Maryland Fall Home Show (Boyds)
At the Home Show, the goal is simple: to inspire, motivate and excite you for your upcoming home improvement - whether it's a minor renovation or a major remodel. The Home Show! It's Everything For In And Around Your Home!

Boonesborough Days (Boonsboro)
A craft show of all hand made items. We have live entertainment ,free parking, clean restrooms, great food, kids playground ,custom car show, and much more. Also visit Nora Roberts' Turn The Page Bookstore, The Boonsboro Trolley Museum and the highly unique Boonesborough Museum.

Marvel Universe LIVE! (Verizon Center)
Superheroes including Iron Man, Thor and Spider-Man battle evil in their quest to retrieve fragments of a broken cube that holds ultimate power.


Steam Show Days (Westminster)
The Mason Dixon Historical Society presents antique farm machinery, steam and gas engines, and antique cars on display. Working demonstrations include saw milling, shingle sawing and branding, baling, threshing, and grinding. Consignment Auction on Thursday. Flea market, food for sale and hayrides. 


2014 Dragon Boat Races (Baltimore)
The 2014 Races are the 9th time that Catholic Charities has taken over the Inner Harbor in September to host the day-long races of between as many as 40 sponsored teams -- all to improve the lives of individuals and families.

Saturday Sungazing (Baltimore)
Take a closer look at the Sun The Observatory is open to museum visitors every Saturday from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, weather permitting. Admission is included with Science Center

Pocomoketoberfest (Pocomoke City)
Eastern Shore wines and beers, arts and crafts, scarecrow contest and live music.

First Saturday, Dog Days of Summer (Frederick)
Dog parade and costume contest, dog friendly stores, dog friendly stores and dining, animal art live music and more.

Chestertown Jazz Festival (Chestertown)
Wilmer Park will open at 11:00 am. Again there will be the tent adjacent to the river and plenty of open space for lounge chairs and blankets. Local food vendors will offer, crab cakes, fried fish sandwiches, chicken, ribs and more. Cascia Winery from Kent Island will sell both Red and White varieties of wine and of course there will be a beer truck.

Point Lookout Lighthouse Open House (Scotland)
Tour one of the most haunted lighthouses in the U.S. Beautiful views from the lantern room. Talk with a former resident; docents available to answer your questions. Entrance to lighthouse is free - State Park charges entrance fee to get into park.

Defenders Day at North Point (Fort Howard)
Commemorate the Battle of North Point at the annual re-enactment where British troops invaded in 1814.

Sykesville Chili & Beer Festival (Sykesville)
Chili cook-off with tastings for everyone; assortment of beers, live music, craft vendors and more.

Silver Spring Jazz Festival (Silver Spring)
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band headlines the 11th Annual Silver Spring Jazz Festival on September 6th, 2014. 3:30-10:30pm, Veterans Plaza (Corner of Ellsworth and Fenton St.)

2014 National Treaty of Paris Festival (Annapolis)
The festival will be focused on the Treaty of Paris Period (1783-87), the time between the Revolutionary War and the Constitution. It covers all of the major events between the the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783 and the 1787 Constitutional Convention, including George Washington's resignation from the Army (1783), the ratification of the Treaty of Paris (1784),the appointment of Thomas Jefferson as a minister to France.

Skydive for a Cure III (Churchville)
On September 6, 2014, the Brigance Brigade Foundation will team up with Aberdeen-resident Justin Coulter for the 3rd annual Skydive for a Cure, which aims to raise funds to benefit victims of ALS. Attendees will be dropping from the sky with the help of professional skydivers from Skydive Baltimore and landing in the ‘Drop Zone,’ a party featuring live music, food vendors, raffles, carnival games and exciting activities for kids. Funds raised at this event will be donated to Brigance Brigade.

Kids Nearly New Fall Sales I & II (West Friendship)
140 booth spaces filled with families selling their kids stuff...NB-teen sizes, clothing, toys, shoes, coats, 1000s books, everything for your child, great selection, brand names, good condition, FUN

What's in Your Attic? (Bel Air)
The Historical Society will sponsor an appraisal fair at the Bel Air Armory, featuring more than 20 professional appraisers from throughout the state. For just $10 per item, you can come & learn the history and value of your family’s heirlooms.

Ed Sheeran (Columbia)
Blending soulful vocals with organic folk introspection and irresistible hip-hop hooks, Ed Sheeran is a genuine global phenomenon. The 23-year old British singer/songwriter's masterful debut album, "+," entered the UK Albums Chart at #1 with the highest opening sales figures for a debut male solo artist ever and is now certified 6x platinum. Fueled by international hit singles like "The A Team" and "Lego House," "+" has enjoyed multi-platinum, platinum, and gold sales in nine countries around the world. Reserved Pavilion $55.00 · Lawn $40.00


41st Annual, Catonsville Arts and Crafts Festival (Catonsville)
Now in its 41st year, the Catonsville Arts and Crafts Festival runs along both sides of Frederick Road between the Ingleside-Bloomsbury corner and Melvin Avenue and attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. 

Takoma Park Folk Festival (Takoma Park)
Enjoy music and dance from around the world on seven stages. Visit the Grassy Nook Stage for activities designed for children of all ages. The Festival’s juried crafts show showcases the diverse talents of many artisans and craftspeople who live in Takoma Park and the region.

2nd Annual Seersucker and Sundresses Garden Party (Baltimore)
Join us at H. P. Rawlings Conservatory in historic Druid Hill Park for a delightful fun-filled afternoon in our garden with live music, light picnic fare, croquet provided by the Baltimore Croquet Club, plus full access to the conservatory and grounds. Watch teams play croquet, or join in yourself. Tickets are Adults $35; Children (0-12) $10; Family (up to 2 adults) $70.