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! 

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