|Free Fall Baltimore 2014|
Road to Abstraction (Columbia)
Deborah Hoeper (watercolors) and Barbara Steinacker (pastels) explore abstraction in their approach to painting in this joint exhibition.
32nd Annual Mid-Atlantic Small Craft Festival (St. Michaels)
Sailing skiffs, rowing shells, kayaks, canoes, paddle boats, prams, and one-of-a-kind boats will be on display and in the water throughout this family-oriented event.
58th Potomac Country House Tour and Festival (Potomac)
First Look at 25+ Boutiques, Silent Auction items & Raffle, Children-friendly activities. Tour of these homes, Norton Manor, Re-Imagined Williamsburg Colonial, The Rowe Home, and Potomac Contemporary) open for tour on Sunday as well as Wreath Love at the Carriage House
Children of Eden (Bowie)
Children of Eden is a frank, heartfelt and often humorous examination of the age-old conflict between parents and children. Adam, Eve, Noah and the "Father" who created them deal with the headstrong, cataclysmic actions of their respective children.
Hometown Get Down VII (Clarksburg)
Live Music, Art, Food, Drink, Camping and More. Event proceeds benefit: The Bernie House, a transitional housing program for families fleeing domestic violence.
Corvette Weekend Ocean City (Ocean City)
Corvette Weekend Ocean City Maryland is Oct 3-4 2014. Event includes 2 parties, 3 shows, 4 rallyes and legendary Boardwalk Parade. Preregister June 1st to Sept 14th. Late registration Friday Oct 3r from 11:00am to 8:00pm. at the Clarion Resort.
Free Fall Baltimore (Baltimore)
During the city-wide arts celebration, Baltimore City arts organizations present hundreds of FREE arts activities including dance, music and theater performances, art exhibitions, free admission to museums, walking tours, festivals and workshops.
Blessing of the Fleet (Coltons Point)
Arts & crafts, Southern Maryland seafood, continuous music, boat ride to St. Clement's Island, visit Blackistone Lighthouse, children's games and rides, parade, fireworks on Saturday.
Brunswick Railroad Days (Brunswick)
Celebrate Brunswick's rich railroad history with live entertainment, train displays and excursion rides.
Chesapeake Celtic Festival (Snow Hill)
Come visit highlights of Celtic culture including music, traditional dance, storytellers, crafts and much more! Don your kilt, announce your clan, and watch some Caber tossing, it's a must-see event for any Celtic enthusiast.
Fall Festival (Frederick)
Hands-on crafts, carnival games, & candle-dipping for children. Fall Festival - Rose Hill Manor Park, 1611 North Market Street, Frederick, MD
Mt. Airy Fall Festival (Mount Airy)
Old fashioned fall festival with artist and crafters, vendors, live entertainment, good food, scarecrow making and pumpkin painting, hay rides and much more.
Fort Frederick in the Civil War (Big Pool)
To commemorate Fort Frederick’s role in the American Civil War, reenactors will assemble for a weekend of living history demonstrations and tactics demonstrations. $3.00 per car for MD residents, $5.00 per car for out of state residents.
WPOC Saturday/Sunday in the Country (Columbia)
Jake Owen, Eli Young Band, Thompson Square, Love and Theft, the Cadillac 3
Doktor Kaboom: LIVE WIRE! The Electricity Tour (D.C.)
Comedian/mad scientist David Epley's solo show teaches children about science through interactive experiments on stage. Best for age 7 and older. At the Family Theater.
Guitarists Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge (Annapolis)
Grammy-nominated guitarist Julian Lage’s eclectic style blends chamber music, modern jazz, and other genres. Hailed by AllAboutJazz.
Bumper Jacksons (Mount Rainier)
Deeply rooted in their love for early swing, blues, and old time country, Bumper Jacksons are playfully creative with their originals, re-imagining American roots music with both power and tenderness.
Quilt Bingo (Parkville)
The Baltimore Modern Quilt Guild presents QUILT BINGO, Friday, October 3rd, 2014, Great Quilted Bingo Prizes Raffle Baskets, 50/50’s and Door Prizes. Tall Cedars, 2501 Putty Hill Ave, Parkville, MD 21234 Doors Open at 6:00pm, Games start at 7:00pm Tickets Prices $10.
Darlington Apple Festival (Darlington)
Take a step back in time. Apples, pumpkins, mums, crafts, entertainment, art, country market, refreshments.
Family History Festival (Annapolis)
The free event will feature: Expert lectures on genealogy, history, and archival research; Demonstrations on caring for your own family papers and photos; One-on-one research sessions with archivists and genealogists; Seminars on imaging techniques; Behind-the-scenes tours; and Children's activities
Chessie Jam Children's Music Festival (Baltimore)
On Saturday, October 4th, 2014, "Chessie Jam," a live children's music festival, will hit Pier Six Pavilion in Baltimore. Join the fun while we sing and dance to performances by Milkshake, Recess Monkey, Father Goose, Justin Roberts and Biz Markie from Yo Gabba Gabba.
Conquer the Bridge 2 (Chesapeake City)
5K through Chesapeake City and over the Chesapeake City bridge.
Annapolis Fringe Festival 2014 (Annapolis)
Fringe Festival focuses on the performing arts. Theater, dance, puppetry, spoken word and the like, make up the Fringe core. Festivals often include film and visual arts elements. Fringes don't have a focus on a single discipline or genre -- they are a performing-arts smörgåsbord!
Sheep to Shawl, Colonial Style (Catonsville)
Join us for a story, game, song and hands-on work with wool, carding, spinning and weaving. A small loom and other take home goodies provided. Wear your own colonial dress-ups or borrow ours. Children 7-12 with an adult. $3 members/$5 non-members. Advanced registration required.
1st Annual Belair-Edison Beer and Wine Festival (Baltimore)
The 1st Annual Belair-Edison Beer & Wine Festival will be held Saturday, October 4th, 2014 in the beautiful Herring-Run Park, located at Belair Road & the 2800 Block of Chesterfield Avenue. The afternoon will feature wineries, breweries, food trucks, specialty vendors as well as great entertainment!
Grammy Winner Mollie O'Brien & Rich Moore in Concert (Westminster)
Grammy Award-winning singer Mollie O’Brien’s solo and duo albums (with powerhouse guitarist husband Rich Moore) have cemented her reputation as a singer’s singer. She concentrates on the fading art of interpretation, moving fluidly from bluegrass to blues to traditional folk to jazz to rock and roll
Wine Stock Festival (Rising Sun)
Break out the tie dye and put flowers in your hair! Get Groovy while enjoying music from three live bands, visiting numerous on site artisans, and sipping award winning wines provided By your host Dove Valley Winery, Far Eastern Shore Winery, Cassinelli Winery, And Woodhall Wine.
Let's Move Frederick (Frederick)
The 5K is a part trail/part paved run through Historic Rose Hill Manor Park. The 1 mile fun run or walk will be mostly paved. This run is presented by Docs in the Park. Free Tee Shirts to the first 200!
Festival of Praise (Baltimore)
Fred Hammon and Donnie McClurkin Perform.
Carroll Live on Stage Presents: WindSync (Westminster)
They were the winner of the 2012 Concert Artists Guild (“CAG”) Victor Elmaleh Competition and thrill audiences nationwide with their fresh approach to classical music. They play exclusively from memory and create dramatic musical interpretations with costumes, masks and choreography.$50 subscription
Living History - A Slave's Life (Frederick)
A slave life Living History presentation by - Mia Marie Join us for our Fall Festival event on Sunday October 5th and be sure to visit the Log Cabin for a unique slave life living history presentation. Learn about life in the quarters and what life was like for Maryland slaves.
Autism Fall Fest (Baltimore)
Join Child Guidance as we launch the first ever festival in the MD/PA/DE/NJ area designed exclusively for those with Autism.
Jazz in the Mills Presents: Janine Gilbert-Carter (Columbia)
Jazz in the Mills Presents: Janine Gilbert-Carter on Sunday, October 5, 2014 at The Other Barn. The concert begins at 5:00pm and ends at 7:30pm.
Kinderfest (Upper Marlboro)
Bring the family for a day filled with activites for pre-school and elementary aged children. Face-painting, hayrides, moon bounces, entertainment and more. FREE ADMISSION
Savage 7K Run and 1 Mile Historic Walk (Savage)
The 7K Run runs past Savage Mill, through Savage Park and surrounding neighborhoods before returning to the Hall. The 1-Mile Walk, occurring at the same time, is a guided tour through historic Savage.
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