10001 WINDSTREAM DR #1103 COLUMBIA, MD 21044

Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/NQ23NQ
This is a rare opportunity to own a 2820 sq ft penthouse. Updates include Kitchen, baths, flooring, built ins and more. Amenities incl concierge, secured & covered parking, social rm, exercise rm, large outdoor pool, and storage. This 3 BR unit has some of the best views in Columbia from 2 large terraces. Overlooking Wilde Lake and Town Center. Less than 10 min walk to 150+ shops & restaurant.
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3.00
Square feet: 2,820
Price: $525,000

For more information about this property, please contact Laurie Scheiber at 443-745-7887 or lauriescheiber@remax.net. You can also text 3204280 to 67299.

See more listings at: www.mcginnhomes.com

MLS ID: HW9528108


Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/BVNQLP
Remodeled Cliftonbrook brick rancher *spacious lot w/ fenced back yard, large deck and large storage shed *open floor plan * granite counter tops * stainless steel appliances * wood floors * fresh paint * fully finished lower level w/ separate entrance * 2nd full kitchen * wood burning fireplace *Must see! Also listed For Sale MLS# MC8727184
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.00
Square feet: 2,632
Price: $2,300

For more information about this property, please contact Laurie Scheiber at 443-745-7887 or lauriescheiber@remax.net. You can also text 3199278 to 67299.

See more listings at: www.mcginnhomes.com

MLS ID: MC9526439


Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/LY9G39
Spacious rancher on .85 acres in Fulton * New Roof * Wood Floors * Plenty of Natural Lighting * Eat-in Kitchen * Large Walk-in Pantry * Space for Office *Separate Laundry * Storage Room that can be turned to 1 car garage * Fresh Paint *Greenhouse * Chicken Coop * Partially Fenced Back Yard * Established Garden Area
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.00
Price: $315,000

For more information about this property, please contact Laurie Scheiber at 443-745-7887 or lauriescheiber@remax.net. You can also text 3193533 to 67299.

See more listings at: www.mcginnhomes.com

MLS ID: HW9524328

Weekends on Wednesdays

This Weekend:

Ice Rink at Inner Harbor (Baltimore)
Get those skates laced up! Open every day and all Holidays 

National Gallery of Art Ice Rink (DC)
The 2015–2016 ice-skating season begins November 14 and continues through March 13, weather permitting. Experience ice-skating in theSculpture Garden while surrounded by large-scale sculptures by contemporary artists, including Louise BourgeoisSol LeWittTony Smith,Roy LichtensteinRoxy Paine, and others. 

A Christmas Carol (DC)
Ford's Theatre: Edward Gero returns to play Scrooge in this annual retelling of Dickens's classic.

Greg Behrendt (Timonium)
Stand-up Comedy with Greg Behrendt at Magooby's Joke House

A Lump of Coal for Christmas (Glen Echo)
 It is Christmastime! The perfect occasion for a hilarious and heartburning, uh, heartwarming holiday adventure of a Lump of Coal who wants to be an artist. Traditionally the dreaded stocking stuffer for children on the Naughty List, this Lump turns one child’s worst nightmare into a dream come true. This world premiere by Norman Allen will delight audiences young and old with its story of unlikely friendships and holiday miracles.

Maryland Christmas Show (Frederick)
A traditional arts and crafts event just in time for holiday shopping enjoyment. 

A Year with Frog and Toad (Bethesda)
 Frog and Toad might be opposites, but they are good friends and in this story they explore the seasons. Best for age 4 and older.

Cinderella (DC)
National Theatre: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Tony Award-winning Broadway musical makes its D.C. premiere.

Sugarloaf Crafts Festival (Gaithersburg)
More than 350 of the nation’s finest artisans will display homemade crafts.

Towson Winterfest (Towson)
Tree Lighting, Santa visit, Shopping promotions, Breakfast with the grinch and frosty, Holiday movies and Santa's Workshop. 

Winterfest of Lights (Ocean City)
More than one million holiday lights sparkle throughout your favorite beach resort. Hundreds of animated light displays! Nov 19th-Jan 3rd

Lights on the Bay (Annapolis)
Don't miss this spectacular drive-through holiday lights show beside the Chesapeake Bay. The event features more than 60 animated and stationary displays. Nov 21st-Jan 2nd

Kris Kringle Holiday Craft Show (Hagerstown)
Calling all Crafter's & Customers! Join us for our 31st year featuring Hand-Crafted products, Gourmet Food items & more! The best & friendliest crafter's with quality products you will ever meet.

Christmas on the Potomac Featuring ICE! (Oxon Hill)
Winter comes alive every year as ice carvers build a frozen wonderland at National Harbor. Ice slides, magical creatures and so much more make this enchanting experience one you’ll remember forever. This year, visitors discover how Santa Claus started giving toys to good girls and boys in the ice-depiction of the classic, Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town. 

Santa's Lego Block Party (Baltimore)
B&O Museum: Santa & Mrs. Claus arrive November 21 at 10:30am to kick off the magical holiday express! 


Jennifer Nettle: Playing with Fire Tour (Silver Spring)
Jennifer Nettles, Ryan Kinder & Brandy Clark perform--Country Concert

Battle of the Bayside Bands (Salisbury)
Rock out for a cause at the Battle of the Bayside Bands on Friday, November 20 from 7 - 10 p.m. at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center. Area garage bands will represent their high schools while battling for cash prizes and bragging rights.

Bumper Jacksons (Solomons)
Returning after last year's sold out performance, hear the early jazz & country repertoire paint America's story-New Orleans' brothels to Appalachian hollers.

De Temps Antan at the Creative Alliance (Baltimore)
The power trio of De Temps Antan take Quebec's vibrant living music tradition and use it as a springboard for musical innovation.

Robert Randolph & The Family Band (Annapolis)
Genre: Soul, Gospel, R&B

The Honey Dewdrops (North Brentwood)
Performing live at the Brentwood Arts Exchange Listening Room, The Honey Dewdrops’ folk & country music exudes musical chemistry with shared vocals and guitars creating a sound that captivates audiences. 

Twilight Open House (Lothian)
Greenstreet Gardens' magically transforms to a Winter Wonderland! Wine-Tasting Fundraiser. Local caterers & wineries. $15/pp; $25/couple. Supports Captain Avery Museum. 


Amish Quilt Auction (Mechanicsville)
Bid on Amish quilts and other hand-stitched items at this traditional Amish auction. 

Barakaat Presents KIN (Ellicott City)
KIN utilizes the rich movement vocabulary of Middle Eastern dance to tell an original story of human emotion, family love, loss, betrayal and renewal. 

Celebration of Native American Heritage (Salisbury)
Celebrate Native American Heritage on the Eastern Shore and learn from the Delmarva Indian Tribes. 

Comedy Ventriloquist Sylvia Fletcher (Wye Mills)
This family friendly event offers a fun & funny performance! 1:00PM Performance and 7:30 PM Adult show. Stay for the 2:00PM Puppet Workshop! Tickets for general performance & workshop - $20.00. Adult show - $20.00.

Geological Forms of Belmont and the Patapsco Valley (Elkridge)
Join Jeff Campbell and explore the geologic foundations and forms along the grounds at Belmont.

Greg Brown (Annapolis)
Genre: Folk Rock

Heart Strings feat. Karen Somerville (Rock Hall)
The Lady of style, grace, and versatility moves the heart towards another memorable night with originals and Jazz standards R&B, and Blues 

Holiday Craft Fair (Columbia)
Historic Oakland: 40 Vendor Tables with crafts right in time for the holidays! 

Mass Transmission (Towson)
Celebrate the holidays with the Towson University Choirs as they present music from around the world and assemble a composite mass from across the choral masterworks. 

Prince George's Philharmonic (Bowie)
Charles Ellis, conductor Richard Rosenberg, guest conductor Amy Beth Horman, violin 

Quinn Sullivan (Frederick)
The sixteen-year-old blues guitar prodigy.

Yiddish Art Song: Life In and After Eastern Europe (Columbia)
This program will present works by Lazar Weiner and Maurice Rauch, covering the themes of warmth, survival, family, and love of the Yiddish language. 


Billy Collins & Aimee Mann: poetry, music & conversation (Frederick)
The former U.S. Poet Laureate and an Academy Award-nominated singer/songwritier. ASL- interpreted.

Colonial Holiday Celebration (Elkridge)
Enjoy Colonial holiday decorations, period reenactments, music, food & drink in Belmont Manor House. Proceeds benefit the Conservancy's environmental education programs 

"Psalms of David" (Cumberland)
Mountainside Baroque performs “Psalms of David” at B’er Chayim Temple on Sun. Nov. 22. TWO SAME-DAY Performances: 4 pm & 7 pm. 

Geology Day! (Baltimore)
Nature Connections: Explore how our planet was made, what it’s made of, and how it’s changed over time.

Noah Hunt & Mato Nanji (Annapolis)
Genre: Blues. Noah Hunt (vocalist for Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band) & Mato Nanji (frontman of Indigenous) **All Ages Matinee** 

Symphony Orchestra Concert (Towson)
The Symphony Orchestra students under the direction of maestro Julien Benichou perform a varied and exciting program. Tickets: $10 regular price, $5 seniors and students 

Technicolor Motor Home: A Steely Dan Tribute (Annapolis)
Genre: Classic Rock

The Realm of Virtuosity (Columbia)
The duo takes you to experience some of the most virtuosic works by Foss, Paganini and Chopin. Come and enjoy this exhilarating ride! 

Zoo Zoom 8k and 1-Mile Family Walk (Baltimore)
RUN WILD through the Zoo! Whether you have the speed of a cheetah or pace of a tortoise, join The Maryland Zoo for this wildly popular annual event. 

Weekends on Wednesdays

This Weekend:

Capitol Area Storytelling Festival (Rockville)
The inaugural festival brings together storytellers from across the the country such as Donald Davis, Geraldine Buckley, Sheila Arnold Jones, Anne Thomas and Dr. Mike Lockett. The event also features a competitive story slam Saturday night.

Gingerbread Village Festival (Westminster)
Gingerbread Houses on display, a mall scavenger hunt for kids, and the opportunity to win an incredible custom built playhouse for your backyard.

Holiday Preview (Mount Airy)
A night and day of seasonal cheer as downtown Mount Airy shops preview their holiday displays and merchandise. Live music and crafts. 

Akeelah and the Bee (DC)
Charles Randolph-Wright directs playwright Cheryl L. West's adaptation of the 2006 film.

16th Annual Festival of Wreaths (Cambridge)
Wreaths on display for silent auction. Gala featuring live auction of wreaths, trips, artwork; entertainment and refreshments. The Holiday Benefit Gala on December 3, 5:30-9pm, closes the Festival of Wreaths, with an auction of unique gifts, final silent auction wreath bidding, wine and food tasting, featuring specialties from local restaurants and caterers, and live entertainment. 

Annual Ornament Show and Sale (Dowell)
This is the perfect place to find unique and affordable gift for friends and family. The ornaments are beautifully hung on trees displayed in the Main Gallery of the Arts Building. Visitors shop off the trees and take their purchases to the Gift Shop. General admission fees apply. Daily thru January 5, 2015 (closed Nov. 28 & Dec. 24, 25 & Jan. 2) 

Waterfowl Festival (Easton)
A wildlife art and sportmans expo. A celebration of small towns and a commitment to conservation. 

Appomattox (DC)
Washington National Opera honors the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act and the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War with Philip Glass's opera about the two events. At the Opera House.


Baltimore Composers Forum "Autumn Brass" (Baltimore)
The Baltimore Composers Forum presents “Autumn Brass,” a concert performed by the Lyric Brass Quintet at An die Musik. 

Matt Belzer Master Class (Columbia)
Come to see Matt Belzer conduct a master class with Howard Community College jazz major students and ensemble groups! 

Mike Farris and The Roseland Rhythm Revue (Frederick)
The GRAMMY- winning artist fuses soul and gospel for a spirited evening of song. 


Belgian Beer Festival (Cambridge)
The High Spot and Stoked are hosting their Belgian Beer Festival the afternoon of Saturday, November 8, from 1-6pm. 

Best Buddies 5k (Baltimore)
The 2nd Annual Best Buddies 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run! $30 Registration Fee.

Family Day (DC)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden-- A day of family fun inspired by the museum's new exhibition, "Marvelous Objects: Surrealist Sculpture from Paris to New York." Planned activities include a screening of Walt Disney's animated classic "Alice in Wonderland" (1951)in the Ring Auditorium (2-3:15 pm). ed for children age 5 and younger.

Christmas in the Country (Union Bridge)
Holiday Art and Craft Festival all day fun. Join us for a Turkey and Oyster dinner! 

Conowingo Eagle Day (Darlington)
An opportunity to learn more about wildlife photography, bald eagles and birding around Conowingo Dam. Programming related to photography, local wildlife and the environmental benefits of the dam. 

Friends of Patuxent Wildlife Holiday Bazaar (Laurel)
Shop for wild and not-so-wild new and gently-used treasures. Purchase unique gifts and support the Patuxent Research Refuge and Wildlife Center 

Global Expressions (Owings Mills)
This annual world dance production is a vibrant display of live music, colorful costumes, exciting movement & dance featuring Rueda de Casino Baltimore, Natya Kala Mandir East Indian Dance & Yesodot Israeli Youth Dance. 

Mark Forrest Concert (Silver Spring)
International Irish Tenor, Mark has filled concert halls and cathedrals worldwide. He has sung for luminaries such as Pope John Paul II and Mother Theresa.

Model Boat Show (Oxford)
Roughly 30 modelers displaying diverse models such as; the historic Oxford Bellevue Ferry. Kids activities. Fun for all ages! 

Slow Shutters and Starry Skies (North East)
Calling all amateur photographers! With your DSLR and tripod in tow, hike to the Turkey Point Lighthouse to explore the stars and constellations of a November night sky (approximately two mile hike round trip). 

So, Sew Simple: A Quilting Introduction (Oella)
Learn to sew a simple quilted holiday ornament and enjoy the brief story of quilting in the United States. 

Spotting Wildlife in Winter (Woodstock)
Expert wildlife spotter & photographer, Frank Marsden, is outside every day. He will share his beautiful photos and lead us on an easy hike around Conservancy grounds. 

Trash to Treasure Green Craft Fair (Upper Marlboro)
Shop local this holiday season! Join us for our 6th annual Trash to Treasure green craft fair at Watkins Nature Center. Handmade goods by local artisans and crafted from recycled, sustainable, organic or fair trade materials. Items for sale include jewelry, wood carvings, bee products.

Workshop: Make Your Own Glass Thanksgiving Platter (Annapolis)
Make a fun platter to dazzle your holiday guests! Learn fundamental concepts relevant to creating glass objects in the kiln. 


A Grand Slam! (Columbia)
A celebration of the 10th season of the Horowitz Visual & Performing Arts and new partnership with Howard County Concert Orchestra. 

Acoustic Alchemy (Annapolis)
Jazz concert

Ana Vidovic, Classical Guitarist in Concert (Annapolis)
Ms. Vidovic is one of the most talented virtuoso guitarists in the world. A short Q&A will follow the concert. 

Miracle Pond (Woodstock)
Over 15 years, the "Miracle Pond" in Baltimore attracted an amazing abundance of wildlife. Join noted Maryland photographer, Middleton Evans, as he shares his findings.

Pro Musica Rara (Timonium)
Baltimore's premier early music ensemble presents Songs and Music from Restoration England including excerpts from Purcell’s King Arthur.Pre-concert talk 2:30 pm.

SugarPlum Tea Parties (Rockville)
The Metropolitan Ballet Theatre hosts a "Nutcracker"-themed party, which includes tea, sweets, a ballet class and crafts and visits from the SugarPlum Fairy, Snow Queen and other characters. Ages 3-7.

Weekends on Wednesdays

Veteran's Day Parades in Ellicott City and Brunswick

This Weekend:

2015 Maryland Irish Festival (Timonium)
The MD Irish Festival features traditional Irish food, drinks, dance and music in addition to children's activities, cultural exhibits and vendor.

24th Annual Annapolis by Candlelight (Annapolis)
Take advantage of this once a year opportunity to peek inside some of the finest homes in Annapolis’s Historic District.

Howard County Crafts Spectacular (West Friendship)
Howard County Crafts Spectacular Arts and Crafts Show; several hundred crafters share their talents. 

Maryland Emancipation Day Celebrations (Sandy Spring)
The weekend of November 6 - 8 Montgomery Parks will celebrate Maryland Emancipation Day at multiple historic sites throughout the county! Hike on the Underground Railroad, tour log cabins, visit a museum dedicated to the legacy of slavery, enjoy living history demos and great food! Park events on Saturday and Sunday are FREE, unless noted. 

Opera! Opera! (Towson)
Students of Music for Stage (Phillip Collister, director) and University Orchestra (Julien Benichou, music director) present a program of well-known opera arias, scenes & overtures. 

World Cup Finals: Import vs. Domestic (Mechanicsville)
The largest motorsports event in Maryland, featuring outlaw drag racing, car show and much more. 

Militia Muster (Edgewater)
Enlist with Odenton's Company of Baltemore Rangers! Stand in formation and learn proper musket drill just like a militiaman of the seventeenth century.


Beyond Bluegrass (Baltimore)
Jimmy Gaudreau and Moondi Klein--Blugrass, Jass, Folk, and American Music

Burlesque to Broadway (Frederick)
Starring Quinn Lemley--a sizzling theatrical concert featuring powerful vocals and a live, hot big band.

Classics for a Cause (Annapolis)
Classics for a Cause is a classical music concert performed by students in Wicomico county. All proceeds benefit the SWAC instrument barn. 

Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone (Annapolis)
Genre: Pop, Beat

Women Veterans Invisible No More Expo (Baltimore)
This daylong event offers women veterans networking and job leads, free legal advice, benefits information and claims assistance, and the chance to win prizes and more! 


A Sip in Fall (Elkton)
Share an evening with a group of friends as we enjoy tapas, beer and wine tastings, and wonderful music. Local breweries and wineries will be there, so don't miss it! 

American Indian Heritage Day (St. Leonard)
Join us as we experience and discover the knowledge and traditions of America’s first culture. There will be people teaching and demonstrating crafts and skills, with fun things to watch and do and learn! 

Chemical Warfare in the Civil War (Frederick)
Dr. Guy R. Hasegawa will speak about his recently published book, "Villainous Compounds: Chemical Weapons and the American Civil War."

DUO-Amal (Owings Mills)
Music by Palestinian pianist Bishara Haroni & Israeli pianist Yaron Kohlberg

Eastport vs. Annapolis Tug of War (Annapolis)
18th Annual Battle between the Maritime Republic of Eastport and the city of Annapolis. Music, dancing, food and drinks on both sides 

Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble 35th Anniversary Show (Westminster)
Live music, comedy and lots of percussive dance from around the world 

Jug Bay Run/Walk for Wildlife (Upper Marlboro)
Run or walk along the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area. Proceeds support research, conservation and nature education in the Patuxent River watershed. Visit website to register. 

Marching Through History - A Tribute to Veterans (Ellicott City)
Parade on Main Street in Ellicott City's Historic District

Maryland State Archives Family History Festival (Annapolis)
Free open house style event with sharing and learning about local family history and genealogy at the Maryland State Archives. 

Patagonia Winds- Vive La Femme (Columbia)
Join the Patagonia Winds for a dynamic program celebrating music about, by, and for women. 

Phil Vassar (Frederick)
The award-winning singer/songwritter headlines the biggest country bash of the season. 

Pigs and Pearls BBQ Festival (Arnold)
A family-friendly event featuring a fun-filled afternoon of live music, BBQ, oysters, craft beer & wine, moon bounce, face painting & kids crafts

Pocomoketoberfest (Pocomoke City)
Beer and wine festival featuring many local breweries and wineries with lots of live entertainment. 

Swedish Bazaar and Festival (Potomac)
Imported Swedish foods, gifts, crafts, & homemade baked goods. Smorgasbord lunch: pea soup, meatballs, lingonberries, & traditional desserts

Slovak Christmas Market (DC)
If you want to get an early start on your holiday shopping, you don't have to head to a mall. Some of the best places to buy presents are at foreign embassies. The Embassy of the Slovak Republic hosts a holiday market with with vendors selling gorgeous Czech and Slovak ornaments, jewelry, glassware and other gifts. There's free mulled wine and traditional Christmas soup for visitors. No RSVP is required. FREE
10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Embassy of the Slovak Republic, 3523 International Court NW. 


10K Across the Bay (Annapolis)
A beloved Maryland tradition is coming back in a new exciting format. This 10-kilometer course will take runners over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

83rd Annual Veterans Day Parade (Brunswick)
The 83rd Brunswick Veterans Day Parade is one of the oldest and Maryland’s largest parade in observance of Veterans Day.

Diwali Mela (Takoma Park)
Hindu Holiday--Traditional Indian Music and dance, Indian clothing, jewelry, housewares, henna tattoos, Indian snacks and sweets. FREE! 

Oceanaire Oyster Bash (Baltimore)
Oceanaire Oyster Bash on Sunday, November 8., an all-day celebration of fresh shucked oysters, wine and live music by Ed & Frank

The Wind--Film with live choral score (Frederick)
See the thrilling live experience the Washington Post called “a splendid match of music and image.”