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.” 

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