Weekends on Wednesdays

This  Weekend:

Baltimore Restaurant Week (Baltimore)
The most delicious week of the summer – Savor $30* and $20* three-course Restaurant Week menus and $15* two-course brunch and lunch options. *Price per person, not including alcohol, tax or gratuity unless otherwise noted. Restrictions apply. Bon appetit!

Howard County Summer Restaurant Weeks (Columbia)
Farm to Table Restaurant weeks with restaurants featuring local meats, seafood, produce and wine.

Maryland German Festival (Timonium)
The German Festival will have German bands, folk dancing, singing; crafts and collectables; wall climbing, puppet shows, face painting; German food, beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages, schnapps, desserts. Free parking, Light Rail accessible. 

Bethesda Outdoor Movie Series (Bethesda)
Movies of all genres featured on a large projector in downtown Bethesda. Limited chairs provided, guests may bring their own. July 21: Sixteen Candles, July 22: Chef, July 23: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part I, July 24: Mrs. Doubtfire, July 25: Imitation Game

Otakon Convention, 23rd Annual (Baltimore)
oin thousands of anime, manga and all facts of Asian pop culture fans. Otakon has many events at which con-goers can meet or listen to guests – the artists, writers, actors, musicians, and production staff who create anime, movies, music, webcomics, and games. 

Catch Me If You Can (Annapolis)
A teenager named Frank W. Abagnale, Jr. runs away from home in search of a glamorous life. With nothing more than his boyish charm, a big imagination, and millions of dollars in forged checks, Frank successfully poses as a pilot, a doctor, and a lawyer—living the high life and winning the girl of his dreams, or does he?

Cecil County Fair (Elkton)
Old-fashioned country fair with rodeo, demolition derby, midway, & tractor pulls, 4H exhibits & entertainment. 

Cambridge Classic Powerboat Regatta (Cambridge)
Check out the thrills 'n spills on the Choptank River at the American Powerboat Association-sanctioned world class of inboard hydroplane and flat-bottom boats race on July 25-26. The action will happen at Great Marsh Park in Cambridge, near Somerset Avenue and Hambrooks Boulevard. Free admission to watch the races!

Farm Tour & Harvest Sale (Germantown)
Montgomery County celebrates its agricultural heritage, promotes local farms and indulges in seasonal food during the Annual Farm Tour and Harvest Festival

Washington International Piano Festival (DC)
The festival features a young pianists showcase, a faculty concert and recitals by pianists Alexander Kobrin and Peter Frankl as well as the Alessio Bax and Lucille Chung Piano Duo. At the Ward Recital Hall.

The Elves and The Shoemaker's Daughter (Wolf Trap)
The re-imagined children's ballet introduces you to the shoemaker's daughter, her friends in desperate need of new shoes, and the mischievous elves who help them. At the Children's Theatre-in-the-Woods.

Tidewater Archaeology Days (St. Mary's City)
Get down and dirty with the pros at one of the nation’s best-preserved colonial archaeology sites.

Oliver (Bethesda)
In this musical a young orphan must navigate a world of pickpockets in order to survive in 1853 London.

Union Craft Brewings 3rd Anniversary Celebration (Baltimore)
A night of celebrating craft beer and community in Baltimore. Featuring rare, vintage, seasonal, and cask beers, food trucks and music. 


Aaron Neville Duo (Annapolis)
Aaron Neville is an international ambassador of New Orleans R&B, though his soaring falsetto sounds at home in many styles.

Sam Smith with Jazmine Sullivan (Columbia)
Merriweather--This British pop sensation performs his heartfelt ballads and chart-topping hits like “Stay With Me”. 

Swinging Sounds of the Silver Screen with the Sara Jones Quartet (Annapolis)
Join Jazz Vocalist Sara Jones and her quartet for an evening of “Jazz at the Movies.” The quartet will present a program of songs curated from cinema’s finest works,. 

Aida (Wolf Trap)
Opera--Joined by Metropolitan Opera artists and the Washington Chorus, Wolf Trap Opera alumni Michelle DeYoung, Marjorie Owens, Carl Tanner and Scott Hendricks perform Verdi's opera. At the Filene Center.


14th Annual Watermelon Festival (Mardela Springs)
Fun day full of great food including Free watermelon slices and free fire truck rides. Activities include, watermelon seed spitting contest, watermelon bowling contest, watermelon eating contest and Little Miss Watermelon contest for ages 3-8. Come enjoy live music from local musicians.

Little Bennett Great Outdoors Festival (Clarksburg)
 The third annual event offers outdoor activities, music, games, food and exhibits. Participating organizations include natural conservationists, arts organizations, police, park rangers and outdoor recreation companies.

National Dance Day: Dance for Everybody (DC)
The celebration will feature a wide variety of dancers and performances, including the AXIS Dance Company, deaf dancer and teacher Antoine Hunter and internationally known tap dancer Baakari Wilder. At the Millennium Stage. Free

2015 Summer Jazz Concert Series: John Lamkin "Favorites" Quintet (Oella)
Bring your chairs and/or blankets and enjoy an evening of Jazz in the Park. 

2nd Annual Christmas in July Bazaar (Hampstead)
Tables inside and out filled with homemade crafts. Food & Baked goods for sale all day. Vendors $15 a table 

4-H Fair (Westminster)
Country fair with exhibitors, entertainment, animal shows and food. Check schedule for dates and times. 

Ariana Grande (DC)
The Honeymoon Tour--Pop music concert

Angie Stone (Annapolis)
If Angie Stone had her way, she'd sit down next to every single one of her fans and pour out her heart - and soul - to them. 

Christmas in July (Westminster)
Celebrate Christmas in July in downtown Westminster. Crafts/activities, Santa, an ice sculpture and carriage rides. Frozen starts at 9pm.

Comedian Al Madrigal (Annapolis)
Comedian Al Madrigal (The Daily Show with John Stewart and NBC’s About a Boy) will be performing a one-night only show on Saturday July 25th at the Rams Head on Stage in Annapolis.

Family Day at Bobby McKey's (National Harbor)
An afternoon of all-request live music paired with a lunch buffet, and great for music lovers of all ages!

Eat the Farm - An Artisinal Tasting Event (Jefferson)
Experience the fresh tastes of seasonal local ingredients in the Big Red Barn.

Gemini Piano Trio 2015 Chamber Music Workshop Concert (Columbia)
A night of chamber music. The program includes masterworks by Handel, Beethoven, Dvorak, Shostakovitch, Rachmaninoff, Piazzolla, and more. 

Mudderella (Clarksburg)
Mudderella is a 5-7 mile obstacle course, designed by women for women. The event is all about working together, having fun, and owning your strong! 


Month of Sundays, Dean Crawford and The Dunn's River Band (Westminster)
Our summer concert series wraps up with Dean Crawford and The Dunn’s River Band.

Swinging Summer Celebration (Mount Rainier)
Join us for a sensational summer swing dance hosted by Joe's and featuring Gottaswing's own Tom Koerner! 

Womens Distance Festival 5K (Columbia)
Join us at the HCC Athletic Center for one more trip around the Hickory Ridge and Owen Brown neighborhoods! Plenty of food, drinks, music.

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