Weekends on Wednesdays


This Weekend:

Carroll County Corn Maze (Westminster)
Corn Maze theme Farming: Past and Present. Straw maze, kids activities, and more. Group times & rates available. Children 3-12 years old enter for $5 each.

Bennett's Curse Haunted House (Baltimore)
Visit the Worlds Best & Scariest Haunted House Now located in the shadow of the M&T Bank Stadium. 

Forrest Hall Farm Crazy Corn Maze (Mechanicsville)Family fun on the farm. Corn maze, hayrides, farm animals, play area, picnic area. Free apple or small pumpkin included with admission ticket. Group discounts. Farm shop. Jul-Nov. 

Bowles Farms Corn Maze and Pumpkin Fest (Clements)
Corn maze, petting zoo, wagon rides, mini straw maze, corn box, pumpkins, food, and lots of family fun. 

Fall Harvest and Craft Festival (Havre de Grace)
Learn to make apple butter and apple cider, paint a pumpkin, make a scarecrow, go on a hayride. 

19th Annual Fall Harvest Festival at Summers Farm (Frederick)
Fun-on-the-Farm attractions with 12 acre themed corn maze, pick-your-own pumpkins, hayrides, pig races, jumping pillow, barn animals, & more! 

Hometown Get Down (Clarksburg)
The Hometown Get Down is an annual grassroots music and arts benefit event. All proceeds go to The Bernie House. www.theberniehouse.org 

41st Annual Smithsburg Steam Engine and Craft Show (Smithsburg)
There will be over 100 arts and crafts and other vendors. There will be a large display of antique steam traction engines, gas tractors and gas engines. - See more at: http://www.visitmaryland.org/event/41th-annual-smithsburg-steam-engine-and-craft-show#sthash.hiD3YB6Z.dpuf

Westminster Fall Fest (Westminster)
Parade on Thursday at 7pm. Bring your family to enjoy amusement rides. More than 100 vendors are open, shopping, dining and entertainment. 

Apple Harvest Celebration (Elkton)
Apples Galore! Cider, Pies, Cider Donuts, everything apples! Join the Apple Taste Test. Of course, our BarnYardBuddies (farm animal area) are always here, and we have tons of activities going on in the BarnYard! 

St. Mary's County Fair (Leonardtown)
Livestock, home arts, flowers, field crops, 4-H and school exhibits, horse pulls, carnival, food and much more. 

Fright Fest (Upper Marlboro)
Six Flag America--The park is totally transformed into a Halloween playground. experience all your favorite rides in the dark. 

Baltimore Book Festival (Baltimore)
Baltimore Book Festival features hundreds of appearances by local, celebrity and nationally known authors, book signings, more than 150 exhibitors and booksellers, nonstop readings on multiple stages. 

History 101 (Mount Airy)
Speakers and historic programs focusing on Mount Airy, Civil War and regional history. Saturday afternoon residents relive Mt. Airy way back when. 

Ocean City Sunfest (Ocean City)
Summer lasts longer in Ocean City! Enjoy four days of family fun, arts, crafts, live music and food. Admission is free except for ticketed performances like Tony Orlando, Wynonna, Gin Blossoms, and The Spin Doctors.

Remote Control Airplane Festival: Charm City Fly-In (Halethorpe)
The largest celebration of remote control airplanes in Maryland is back for its annual weekend of high-flying fun. This free event features local hobbyists zipping, dipping and diving their R/C planes, helicopters and jets hundreds of feet in the air. 

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. 

25th:

Apple Festival and Campfire (Derwood)
Join us for apple cider pressing, apple lore and hands-on activities, live music and s'mores.

Harmony and Hops (Columbia)
Unique adults-only fall celebration

Lee Ann Womack (Easton)
Among her many accolades, Lee Ann has won a Grammy and Academy of Country Music Award for her collaboration with Willie Nelson, along with Album and Single of the Year . 

Livingston Taylor (Annapolis)
Livingston Taylor live and in concert.

Wind Down Downtown (Hagerstown)
Each night will feature live music, a kid’s fun area, and street activities based on the evening’s theme. This year, Wind Down is offering a new souvenir cup. Purchase your cup, first beer, and wristband at the Maryland Theatre for just $7.00. 

26th:

Museum Day Live (Various)
The Museum Day Live! ticket provides free admission for two people. In the spirit of the Smithsonian Museums, which offer free admission every day, 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.
10th Annual Maryland Microbrewery Festival (Westminster)
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. 

1st Annual SolarFest (Bel Air)
Free food and fun under the sun! Stop by and learn more about going solar, saving energy whilehaving fun with family! We'll be giving away a solar system and get-away to Jamaica. 

Ailey II (Towson)
Under the artistic direction of Troy Powell, the Ailey spirit shines as artists perform an exhilarating and diverse repertory that includes Alvin Ailey's timeless classics & new works. 

Art at the Point (Point of Rocks)
Art at the Point is our annual open air arts festival in cozy Point of Rocks, MD; featuring bluegrass music, local arts and crafts, kids activities, food and more! Come spend a beautiful day at the foot of historic E.Francis Baldwin's Train Station 'out at 'The Point''.

Choptank Heritage Skipjack Race (Cambridge)
Watch skipjacks, which are traditional oystering vessels, race on the Choptank River. The skipjack is Maryland's state boat. 

Das Best Oktoberfest (Oxon Hill)
Join us for this Oktoberfest event. All The Show Features Are Under Cover- so Rain or Shine - you are totally wunderbar! Authentic oompah and polka bands, great food & brew! 

Dogfest Walk-A-Thon and Festival (Reisterstown)
It’s a dog day extravaganza for pets, pet owners, and pet lover and benefits the no-kill shelter. 

Explore@NASAGoddard (Greenbelt)
NASA Goddard opens its gates to the public for a free open house event. Come visit the center for a day of activities, tours and hands-on demonstrations. 

20th Annual Farm Heritage Days (West Friendship)
Farm equipment, farm animals, food and entertainment, and Rodeo Extravaganza. 

Food for Thought Festival (Accokeek)
A fun and entertaining event showcasing ways for reducing food waste through discussion, theater, demonstrations, games and – of course – food.

Frederick Douglass Day (St. Michaels)
We will celebrate the life and legacy of Talbot County native Frederick Douglass, one of the nation’s most prominent figures in African-American and United States history. An abolitionist, editor, orator, author, statesman, women’s suffragist, and reformer, Douglass was a firm believer in equality 

Indian Head 125th Anniversary Celebration (Indian Head)
A celebration with live entertainment featuring Sam Grow. There will be military exhibits, Navy ceremony, children’s activities, time capsule opening and there will be food for sale. 

Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival (Annapolis)The Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival, bringing thousands of visitors together to celebrate the perseverance, education, and cultural heritage of people of African descent.

Main Street Music Fest (Ellicott City)
Family fun with live (outdoor and indoor) music, art, food, craft beers in Historic Ellicott City. Children's activities areas. Free parking shuttle. 

Mt. Airy Fall Annual Yard Sale (Mount Airy)
Largest yard sale & flea market in the area with over 300 vendors. There are items to interest everyone. Food by Mt. Airy Lions Club

Music on the Lawn (Shady Side)
Make it a joyful Fall day on the Captain Avery Museum waterfront! Come early, bring a blanket or chair for jazz by Higher Standards. 

RiverFest 2015 (St. Mary's)
One hundred and one ways to protect and enjoy our rivers and bays. Music, activities, and muster demos by St. Maries City Militia. 

The 1812 Fair and Reenactment (Leonard)
In 1814, war reached the shores of Southern Maryland. At the mouth of St. Leonard Creek, on property that is now part of JPPM, Maryland’s largest naval engagement occurred. This living history event puts you in the middle of life in Southern Maryland during the early 1800s. 

27th

5th Annual Run Wild for Autism (Baltimore)
Featuring: - 5K Run through the Maryland Zoo and Druid Hill Park - Family Fun Run/Walk through the Maryland Zoo - Professionally Managed Race by Charm City Run - Post-race awards ceremony - Family activities, zoo Animal Ambassadors and more - Give-away items - Post-race snacks. 

6th Annual Montgomery County VisionWalk (Rockville)
Walk to end blindness! Join us for fun, food and lots more! 

Army Field Band Chamber Concert: Clarinet Trio (Severna Park)
The Army Field Band's Clarinet Trio celebrates music by some of the great composers: Bach, Beethoven, Borodin, and Dvor├ík. 

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

Nature Connections: Migreation: Hawks, Eagles, and Falcons (Baltimore)Learn about the mighty predators of the sky and their migration behavior. Event includes childrens' activities! 

Ravens Football (Baltimore)
Ravens play the Bengals

Tour du Port (Baltimore)
Explore Baltimore City by bike! Four routes for families, easy riders, off-road enthusiasts, and road cyclists! 

Weekends on Wednesdays



This Weekend:

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

Appalachian Festival (Frostburg)
Appalachian music, arts and crafts and culture are celebrated in the mountains of Western Maryland. 

Charles County Fair (La Plata)
Exhibits as varied as livestock, arts and crafts, great entertainment, special events and activities for all ages including pig races, carnival and pony rides.

Elkton's Fall Fest (Elkton)
Friday Night Kick-Off Party, Live Entertainment, Food and Shopping! Saturday - Crafters, vendors, contests, games, rides, live entertainment! Fun for the entire Family

The Great Frederick Fair (Frederick)
One of the state's longest running agricultural events, The Great Frederick Fair will celebrate their 153rd year, September 18-26, 2015. Located in Frederick, MD, featuring national entertainment acts, agricultural education exhibits and judging, midway amusements, family fun and great food!

Fiesta DC (DC)
 This annual festival kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month. The two-day event features a parade, a science fair, arts and crafts stations and international cuisine booths.

Berlin's Fiddler's Convention (Berlin)
Don’t miss three days of free, live, bluegrass music at the Annual Berlin Fiddlers Convention on Main Street in historic Berlin. Bluegrass musicians from across the country will vie for prizes in fiddle, banjo, guitar, mandolin and bluegrass band competitions. Fabulous food and the sounds of this creative and unique style of American music make this event more popular every year. Only 15 minutes from Ocean City! 

JAM Fifth Element (Mount Rainier)
Exciting song and dance revue that features your favorite songs from across the years JAM-med into one showstopping production! 

Chesapeake Film Festival (Easton)
Bringing the finest in narrative, documentary and short films to the Chesapeake Bay community. 

Road to the Arts Weekend (Ellicott City)
Take the Road to the Arts September 18-20 as Howard County galleries host receptions and special exhibits all weekend long. 

Delmarva Bike Week (Salisbury)
The 15th Annual Delmarva Bike Week presented by Rommel Harley-Davidson returns to Maryland's Eastern Shore. 

Maryland RV Show (Timonium)
Over 85 recreational vehicles brand names will be on display! Sept. 17-20, 2015 10am-7pm Thursday, Friday, Saturday and 10am-6pm Sunday. 

Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention (Hunt Valley)
Meet Hollywood stars like Lee Majors and Lindsay Wagner. Get autographs. Three days of fun for the whole family.

The Gathering - Food Truck Festival (Baltimore)
 Experience Maryland's Best Roving Festival on Wheels with American Classics, Eclectic Gourmet, International Delights and Sweet Sensations in the Greater Baltimore area. 9/18 = Remington; 9/19 = Montebello. 

Maryland Lighthouse Challenge (Fort Washington)
A weekend to visit lighthouse around the state, with special tokens at each site and a special prize if you complete the Challenge and visit all of the open lighthouses. Each venue charges an entrance fee, see cheslights.org for more details.

Dark Fields of the Republic: Alexancer Gardner Photographs (DC)
National Portrait Gallery--The exhibit of photographs by Alexander Gardner include Civil War battlefields, landscapes of the American west, Indians, portraits of President Lincoln and other famous figures.

18th:

7th Annual Flip Flop Festivus (Baltimore)
Mingle with sports celebrities at this resort-casual event featuring great food and wine, dancing to a live band, raffles and a live auction – all to benefit the Life and Breath Foundation

Alabama Shakes (Columbia)
Performing with Drive By Truckers

Season Opener-Old Text Woven New (Baltimore)
Concert of New Music inspired by Shakespeare and performed by The Lunar Ensemble, a Baltimore-based new music collective that presents music in ways that redefines today's concert experience.

19th:

2nd Annual Armed Forces Appreciation Day (Bethesda)
A one-day, family friendly festival in downtown Bethesda. Live music, Irish dancers, raffles, games, food and fun. Two non-profits that help support US service members and their families benefit. 

The Big Build Festival (DC)
Build walls, carve stone, hammer nails and climb on trucks at this festival of tools, trucks and construction. Plumbers, electricians, ironworkers, woodworkers and other professionals will be on hand to talk about what they do.

4th Annual Crab Feast (Pasadena)
Come join us for summer fun in support of PDG's Rehabilitation Services! *Never ending food & alcohol *Games *Playground 

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

Walk for Paws (Columbia)
A fun day of activities for everyone! Adoptable pets, Flyball demo, contests, games & raffle, children’s activiites, food & gifts for sale, pet microchipping, and more! 

Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival (Towson)
Celebrate the rich and thriving traditions of the African American community with approximately 50,000 attendees. 

Bill Picket Rodeo (Upper Marlboro)
Come experience the rodeo at its finest! Bill Picket Rodeo will delight all ages. 

Bluebird Blues Festival (Upper Marlboro)
Annual event attracts 12,000+, featuring national and local blues acts and dozens of vendors. The headline performer and three nationally known artists take the main stage. Children’s activities: face painting, roving artists, tattoo art are in Hallam Theatre. Prince George's Community College

Bluegrass on the Farm (Derwood)
Great bluegrass in the great outdoors. Bring your lawn chair and blankets and instruments. Enjoy old-time bluegrass and traditional music in an early 20th century farm setting right in the middle of Montgomery County. Food available for purchase. 

Honey Harvest Festival (Silver Spring)
Free family friendly festival with arts and crafts, honey harvesting, beekeeper demonstrations and honey products at Brookside Gardens

HoCo College Classic Grand Prix (Clarksville)
Watch world-class equestrians and their horses soar over obstacles and race against the clock for a good cause: the HCCC Educational Foundation. 

Joint Base Andrews 2015 Air Show (Camp Springs)
The air show makes its return in 2015. It will feature a myriad of attractions on the ground and air. 

Monarch Fiesta Day (Boyds)
Come celebrate the Monarch butterfly's inspiring metamorphosis and incredible journey. Exhibits, face painting, story times, crafts and more! 

11th Annual 5K for Families (Columbia)
Columbia, MD non-profit, National Family Resiliency Center (NFRC), is hosting their 11th annual 5K For Families event. The event will start at 8 a.m. on Saturday, September 19th at the Columbia Lakefront,directly across from Columbia Mall near Clyde’s Restaurant and Whole Foods. All ages are invited to participate with awards and trophies given out to winners in various age categories.
In addition to the 5K race and a 1-mile walk, the 5K For Families event will include face painting, games and other activities geared toward children and families including entertainment by: B.Funk Dance Company; Drama Learning Center (Frozen’s Elsa and Anna will help lead a Frozen singalong); Mike John— juggler, balloon sculptor and strolling minstrel; Kangaroo Kids, the precision jump rope team and more.

20th:

34th Annual Hispanic Festival (Hyattsville)
Celebrate the heritage of Hispanic communities and families with entertainment, music, food, games and crafts.

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. 

Love Abilities 5k Run/2k walk (Towson)
Enjoy refreshments, a moon bounce, music, arts & crafts, face painting and other fun-filled activities and entertainment for all ages while raising funds to support all Marylanders achieve maximum potential. 

Robinson Nature Center Anniversary Open House (Columbia)
Celebrate Robinson Nature Centers 4th Birthday!

The Capital Reeds Concert (Bowie)
The Capital Reeds, DC's premier reed trio, is Comprised of an oboe, clarinet, and bassoon, one of the region's up and coming chamber music groups. 

Weekends on Wednesdays



This Weekend:

FlowerMart 2015 (Baltimore)
FlowerMart's two day festival hosts an array of activities to appeal to both adults and children. Live entertainment, food, contests, local artisans and lemon sticks. 

2015 Maryland Seafood Festival (Annapolis)
Family friendly event featuring great food and demonstrations, exhibits, music and kids and adult paddle-board, zip-line and human foosball

Maryland Horse and Pony Show (Upper Marlboro)
Maryland's oldest horse and pony show

An Inspector Calls (Baltimore)
The ultimate detective story. The respectable Birling family are at home hosting a dinner party in honor of their daughter's recent engagement. An unforeseen knock at the door brings a sudden stop to the celebration. 

One Man, Two Guvnors (Frederick)
This adaptation of The Servant of Two Masters serves up satire and slapstick humor in this funny mash-up of comedy, British pantomime, and music-hall revues. 

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

Annual Taneytown Family Fun Days (Taneytown)
Carnival rides, midway games, entertainment, fireworks on Friday, car show on Saturday, arts and crafts, petting zoo, and pony rides. 

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. 

The Reisterstown Festival (Reisterstown)
Annual non-profit festival with live music, traditional "main street" parade, family entertainment, vendors, food, beer garden & more! 

Coastal Kids Consignment Sale (Salisbury)
Families sell, shop and save on high quality, gently used merchandise - infants to juniors and maternity. Proceeds support area charities. Prepare for back to school, and holiday gift giving. Expect 60-90% off retail! Want to sell your quality merchandise? Go to www.coastal-kids.com/Seller

Deep Creek Lake Art and Wine Festival (McHenry)
Benefiting HART for Animals & Garrett Lakes Arts Festival (GLAF); art, wine tastings, music. Wine pairing dinners and lodging packages. 

St. Mary's Rummage Sale (Abingdon)
A treasure trove of electronics, books, CDs, DVDs, kitchen items, glassware, appliances, men's, women's. and children's clothing and shoes, jewelry, home and Christmas decor, collectables, furniture. 

Steam Show Days (Westminster)
Antique farm machinery, steam and gas engines and antique cars. Working demonstrations. Flea market and food. 

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. 

The Gypsy Baron (Rockville)
The Victorian Lyric Opera Company presents a semi-staged concert version of “The Gypsy Baron” by Johann Strauss, Jr. , performed in English 

Challenge Walk MS: Chesapeake Challenge (Easton)
Challenge Walk MS is a 2-day, 30-mile experience that tests your strength and your spirit, and makes an extraordinary difference in the lives of 2.3 million people living with MS worldwide.

11th:

911 Tribute Concert featuring Charlie Zahm (Aberdeen)
A tribute concert to OUR Military, Firefighters, EMS & Police at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Aberdeen, MD 21001

Baltimore our Baltimore (Baltimore)
Join BSO musicians and soloist, Janice Chandler-Eteme to celebrate BSO's 100th Anniversary featuring Baltimore City's 1914 Anthem. 

12th:

A Cappella Showcase - "It's a Grand Night for Singing" (Gaithersburg)
Enjoy an evening of unaccompanied singing. Outdoor venue with lawn seating (bring your own low profile chair/pillow). Sponsored by Harmony Express Men's Chorus. 

Free for All Festival (DC)
Shakespeare Theatre Company's 25th annual event features performances of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at 2 and 8 p.m. plus abridged performances for kids, stage combat and effects demonstrations, backstage tours, mask-making, crafts, face painting, a costume display and more.

A Scholar's Search: No Irish Need Apply? (Baltimore)
Irish scholar Conor Donnan will share his research into the lives of Irish immigrants during the 1850's

Bluebird Blues Festival (Upper Marlboro)
A celebration of music that features local and national recording artists; features food, vendors and fun for the entire family. 

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. 

Silver Spring Jazz Festival (Silver Spring)
Al Chez and The Brothers Of Funk Big Band headline the Annual Silver Spring Jazz Festival on September 12th, 2015. 3:00-10:00pm, Veterans Plaza (Corner of Ellsworth and Fenton St.) 

Children's Day: Feathered Friends! (Monkton)
Children’s Day has become the most anxiously anticipated family event at Ladew. The entire family will enjoy this fun-filled day of learning and excitement featuring hands-on learning stations in the gardens and Butterfly House, educational presentations by the Phoenix Wildlife Center, crafts, sing-a-longs with Pam the KinderSinger, magic shows with One Step MagiCompany, performances by Mr. Mike’s Dinorific Show, as well as self-guided tours of the Gardens and Nature Walk. 

Cool Ways to Observe Bird Migrations (Woodstock)
Join bird expert Mike Kerwin and other Howard County birders to discuss the complexity, predictability, and also uncertainty of migration.

In the Street - Celebrate Frederick (Frederick)
The In the Street Festival runs from Carroll Creek to 7th Street with BLOCKS of themed fun. Check out the fun in nine city blocks highlighting the best of what Frederick has to offer! Activities include a mile run, music, beer and wine gardens, activities for kids, crafts and more.

Mosaics Workshop (Baltimore)
Learn the ancient art of mosaic in this one day workshop. A variety of techniques will be explored, and you will create your own finished work of mosaic art! 

SHAPE Diva Dash (Frederick)
3-mile course dotted with up to a dozen obstacles. New this year: 2 family-friendly waves, and a Free CLIF KIDS Adventure Zone! 

13th:

42nd Annual Catonsville Arts and Crafts Festival (Catonsville)
Right through the main street of town, features the best crafters and artisans, live music, food and kids activities. 

Death Cab for Cutie w/Explosions in the Sky (Columbia)
Death Cab for Cutie knew immediately that Kintsugi would fit perfectly as the title of their eighth studio album. 

Fairwood Arts Festival (Bowie)
Featuring live performances by Rob White, Lorenzo Miller, Akua Allrich , the Upton Blues Band. Art and food vendors, children's activities. 

Game On! (Edgewater)
Step into our historic area to try your hand at outdoor games and toys like hoop rolling, trap ball (like baseball), quoits (ring toss), and ninepins (bowling).

In the Name of Love Tour-Diana Ross (Baltimore)
 See the legendary Diana Ross live and in concert!

Lady Antebellum (St. Leonard)
Lady Antebellum live in concert at the Bayside Toyota Pavilion. For more information visit http://www.slvfd.org/content/concert/. 

Nature Connections: Life of Streams (Baltimore)
Learn about the tiny creatures, fish, amphibians and reptiles that live in the streams of our neighborhoods. Includes childrens' activities! 

Weekends on Wednesdays


This Weekend:

National Hard Crab Derby & Fair (Crisfield)
Crisfield is Maryland's Southernmost Town on the Eastern Shore! National Hard Crab Derby & Fair includes crab races and crab picking contests, a parade, boat docking, a carnival, arts and crafts, seafood, entertainment and fireworks.The festival kicks-off on Thursday evening with a carnival, runs through the weekend ending Sunday night with a Gospel concert and fireworks. 

Baltimore Clayworks' 35th Anniversary Show & More (Baltimore)
Baltimore Clayworks is proud to announce its 35TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW and three new exhibitions in our galleries starting September 4 at 6PM. Show continues through early Oct. 

The Amazing Maze at Madison Fields (Dickerson)
The Amazing Maze, an eight-acre corn maze, is a fun agri-experience for people of all ages! Proceeds go to Madison House Autism Foundation 

Maryland State Fair (Timonium)
No other event provides so much food, fun & family entertainment for so little: tame & thrilling rides and games; traditional Fair & local farm fresh food; thousands of livestock, horse, farm & garden & home arts exhibits, live thoroughbred horse racing;live Ntl. & local concerts & more. 

56th Annaul Skipjack Races and Island Fest (Deal Island)
Skipjacks race takes place Monday at 9:30 am. Island Fest is three days of parades, a 5k, bike races, a fair, great, local food, the blessing of the boats, and even the Miss Skipjack contest. Of course the highlight is the legendary Skipjack race. 

The Oregon Trail (Chevy Chase)
Written By Bekah Brunstetter Directed by Amber Jackson WORLD PREMIERE A tale of two young women, both named Jane. One is an awkward middle schooler the other is actually in the game, living through the hardships of trail life with her family, totally unaware of her capricious fate as a character in a classic video game.

Watch This! Revelations in Media Art (DC)
An exhibition of 45 works of art from 1941 to 2013 highlights the ways artists have used technological innovation to create artistic revolution.

The 2015 Monty Alexander Jazz Festival (Easton)
The 2015 Monty Alexander Jazz Festival will celebrate its sixth anniversary in Easton, MD on Labor Day weekend from September 3 - 6, 2015. 

Page-to-Stage Festival (DC)
More than 50 theaters, universities and playwriting collectives will stage readings and workshop new works.

4th:

An Evening with Les Rayne (Cambridge)
Les Rayne offers different styles of music, and the performance will have a variety show format. This performance will be held in the Gallery of the Dorchester Center for the Arts. 

Defenders Day at North Point (Dundalk)
Commemorates the Battle of North Point, part of the defense of Baltimore, when British troops invaded in 1814.

Columbia Lakefront Movie (Columbia)
Disney's Cartoon Classic 'Sleeping Beauty' G

5th:

Shakespeare on Main Street (Berlin)
Performance by Brown Box Theatre of "The Taming of the Shrew" 

Think Again (Baltimore)
Max Major returns to the Baltimore Theatre Project with an all NEW experience, THINK AGAIN for one night only. 

What's Cookin' at Banneker's Cabin (Oella)
Drop in this afternoon to chat with costumed interpreters preparing dinner in the cabin’s hearth. Find out what Banneker and his family grew and ate. 

Columbia Lakefront Movie (Columbia)
Disney's 'Maleficent' PG

D.C. Blues Festival (D.C.)
The D.C. Blues Society hosts its 27th annual event featuring performances by Sharrie Williams, James Armstrong, Full Power Blues, the Mojo Priests and Jackson and Oziel, plus music workshops, an instrument petting zoo and other children's activities.

Nature Kayak Tours (Savage)
Come join us as we explore one of the gentlest rivers in the Baltimore-Washington area, the Patuxent River. Our experienced and entertaining guides will explain the basics of kayaking from paddling to steering and how to safely enter/exit your kayak.  We often see many different kinds of wildlife like birds, fish, and turtles as we meander quietly on the many coves and inlets. About halfway through we will stop to enjoy a snack we provide before heading back.

6th:

National Symphony Orchestra (DC)
The patriotic program includes performances by the orchestra led by Steven Reineke, vocalist Kate Davis and the Soldiers' Chorus of the United States Army Field Band.

2nd Annual Pig Roast at Catoctin Breeze Vineyard (Thurmont)
Barbequed Pulled Pork and Brisket. Food and Entrance Complementary. Donatons/Proceeds benefit Catoctin High School. Two live music acts. No outside alcohol permitted. See website for details. 

First Sunday Arts Festival (Annapolis)
A family-friendly afternoon of arts, crafts, music, dance and food takes place the first Sunday of each month.

Movies on the Potomac (National Harbor)
Remember the Titans--There’s no better way to enjoy the season than Movies on the Potomac at National Harbor. View a vast array of films under the stars. 

WWE Live (Salisbury)
See all of your favorite WWE Superstars in action as WWE Live returns to the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury - only time this year! Prices: $95, $70, $55, $35, $25, $15.

Southern Maryland Century - Indian Head 100 (Indian Head)
Pedal through hundreds of acres of gently rolling forested hills and tidal bottomlands to the panoramic vista of the Potomac River. 17, 32, 46, 60, 100 mile options.

Scream Back 2 School Fest (DC)
 headlined by one of the hottest, young, energetic hip-hop superstars today, Rich Homie Quan. Quan will be joined by radio hit maker K. Camp and also featuring other trendsetting, music stars; Jacquees, Diggy, Justine Skye, Silento, Elijah Blake, Rawyals, Anthony Lewis, Chris Miles, 4EY, Star Mic and some other special invited guest stars.