Weekends on Wednesdays

Free Fall Baltimore

This Weekend:

48th Annual Autumn Glory Festival (McHenry)
Celebrate our Fall Foliage with two large parades, concerts, band competitions, art exhibits, fall foliage tours, craft shows and more! 

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.

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. 

Baltimore Beer Week (Baltimore)
For this year's 7th Annual Baltimore Beer Week: October 9th - 18th, 2015. Baltimore Beer Week Quite simply, is a week-long series of events promoting all the great beer we can get right here in the Chesapeake region. 

Bedlam in the Boro - 20th Anniversary (Manchester)
Super scary old fashioned haunted hayride and house of terror and not-so-scary hayride for kids of all ages. There will be food, games and more! Open rain or shine.

Broadway in Annapolis: Carousel (Annapolis)
A timeless story of love and sacrifice set to some of the most wonderful music ever written for the stage, this is the perfect show for the whole family!

Fallfest at Catoctin Furnace (Thurmont)
Traditional crafts & demonstrations, baked goods, gifts, & children's activities. Fri 12-4pm; Sat 10am-4pm. 

Sugarloaf Crafts Festival in Timonium (Timonium)
More than 250 of the nation’s finest artisans will display homemade crafts.

United States Sailboat Show (Annapolis)
Bring the family to this world-famous sailboat show where you will find something for everyone; seminars, clothing & accessories, and boats of all sizes. Enjoy the many shops and restaurants in historic Annapolis, Maryland.

Williamsport WWII Weekend (Williamsport)
8th Annual World War II Weekend. Living History, Military & Home Front Displays, Veterans Concert, Fashion Show, Swing Band & More! Free, All Ages! 

Wings of Fancy Live Butterfly and Caterpillar Exhibit (Wheaton)
Brookside Gardens: Visitors learn about the amazing metamorphosis, crucial role butterflies play in a healthy ecosystems & how to ensure these beautiful insects thrive in our gardens.

Be a Chef for a Day (Baltimore)
National Children's Culinary Arts Festival: Cooking with real chefs to make a fun and tasty, healthy meal. Italian style, of course!

Catoctin Colorfest (Thurmont)
The 52nd annual nationally recognized juried arts and crafts festival in a mountain setting. 


2015 Nanticoke River Jamboree (Vienna)
Dorchester County’s largest living history event! Reenactors, Demonstrations, Music, Exhibits, Food, Craftspeople and more!

Art Agstravaganza (Cockeysville)
Stroll through one of the most beautiful farms in the state admiring and buying art from more than 60 local artists and artisans in this juried art show brought to you by the Baltimore County Arts Guild. Enjoy hiking, pumpkin picking and food trucks!

Chesapeake Wildfowl Expo (Salisbury)
Chesapeake Wildfowl Expo pays tribute to decoy’s from the past while encouraging the carving of new ones. Come see the marketplace, carving competitions, have your own decoy appraised, activities for kids, and more. 

Columbus Day Classic-USA Warriors vs. APG-Blast (Abingdon)
Charity hockey game, Silent Auction, raffles, 50/50's! The USA Warriors Ice Hockey Program has been organized to operate exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, for those wounded in defense of the United States in conjunction with the USA Hockey Disabled Hockey Program. 

Das Best Oktoberfest (Baltimore)Bier Ist Wunderbar at Maryland's largest beer festival. The theme is German Oktoberfest with over 150 beer, wines and spirits being served. Entertainment, German food and more. 

Eye Spy Halloween Trains(Rockville)
Bring the kids for a ride on our miniature train all done up for Halloween. They will spy items in the woods as they ride. Great for kids 8 & under. Under 2 are free with paying adult. 

Family Hike (Woodstock)
Bring your family and join an age-appropriate group with a naturalist to walk across the meadows, on woodland paths, and/or around the farmstead. Weather worries? Please check website.

Gears and Beers (Baltimore)Join us for a day of Steampunk music and a beer garden at the B&O Pavilion. Performances by Eli August at 11am & 1:15pm, Positroni Cats-11:45am & 2 pm & Nightwatch Paradox-12:pm & 2:45pm. 

Pigtown Festival (Baltimore)
The 14th Annual Pigtown Festival is for all ages. It is run by Pigtown Main Street, a non-profit organization, who is dedicated to the historical revitalization of the Pigtown commercial corridor. 

Fire Station Open House (Ellicott City)
Please join us on Saturday October 10 from 1-4 pm for our annual open house at Station 2. There will be demonstrations, a jr fire fighter challenge, face painting and much more. We hope to see you there!

Haunted House and Home (DC)
What makes some spaces spooky? Why do some houses seem horrifying? Learn about the elements that make a space scary and design your own table-top haunted house. Best for ages 6 to 11. National Building Museum

National Fossil Day (D.C)
Visitors can make fossil rubbings, observe fossil preparation, talk to scientists and volunteers, see an exhibition about dinosaurs and become deputized as Junior Paleontologists by the National Park Service. National Museum of Natural History


Germantown Family Fall Festival (Germantown)
Come for an afternoon of delight and autumn-themed family fun. Enjoy pumpkin & face painting, spin art or jumping in a moon bounce. 

Maryland Million 5k (Laurel)
Participants will burst from the starting gate and run down the homestretch through the finish line in front of the grandstand. 

Nature Connections: Fossils and Dinosaurs (Baltimore)
Explore ancient fossils with paleontologists. Practice a fossil dig. Learn about dinosaurs. Includes childrens' activities! 

Souper Sunday (Frederick)
An empty bowls inspired fundraiser to benefit the Frederick Rescue Mission.

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