Weekends on Wednesdays

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This Weekend:

Annapolis Restaurant Week (Annapolis)
Annapolis' finest restaurants join together for an awe-inspiring, multi-course meal event prepared especially for Annapolis Restaurant Week. Featuring 2-course Breakfast $12.95, 2-course Lunch, $15.95 3-course Dinner, $34.95 

National Outdoor Show (Church Creek)
Enjoy a slice of authentic Dorchester County culture with oyster shucking, log sawing, muskrat skinning, duck calling–and beauty pageants–during the 71st annual National Outdoor Show Feb. 26-27 

You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Bowie)
Rockbridge Academy presents their 2016 musical production, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown!

Zip Zap Circus USA & Airborne DC (DC)
 Aerialists, modern dancers and musicians perform together as part of the Intersections festival. At the Lang Theatre. More Info

Celebrate Black History Month (Rockville)
Josiah Henson Park: The weekend will feature Free Guided Tours, the Time Team America Documentary - “The Search For Josiah Henson” and a Spoken Word Poetry Event. 

Beethoven Trio Festival (DC)
National Gallery of Art:  Every Ludwig van Beethoven instrumental trio is performed by several ensembles over the course of four days. At the West Garden Court.

Robin Hood (Rockville)
The Victorian Lyric Opera Company presents the comic opera. At the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre.


All's Fair in Love and War: Lust and Romance in the Civil War (Frederick)
Explore stories of Civil War lust, love, and loss during the latest "After Hours" program at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.

MD SPCA March for the Animals Kick-off (Baltimore)
Enjoy our Kick-off Party! Dogs can participate in off-leash play in the doggie daycare & swim in the indoor pool. Still Treasured Photography is taking free photo booth pix of pets w/families. 21st Year!

Peabody Improv & Multimedia Ensemble (Baltimore)
Improvisation & Multimedia Ensemble with Gary Thomas, Director


"Naked" Tree ID & Wood Working Workshop (Columbia)
Join local carver Harold Goodman and members of the Howard County Woodworkers Guild (www.hcwg.org) in this incredible winter workshop. 

10,000 Yrs of Native American History (Upper Marlboro)
Archaeologists spent 8 years excavating Native American camps & villages around Jug Bay. Stephanie Sperling reveals findings. Light refreshments. Registration required. Call 301.888-1377. 

Discover Engineering Family Day (DC)
National Building Museum: Twenty activities, such as launching rockets and constructing newspaper skyscrapers, aim to teach children 6-12 about engineering

Pinot and Augustine (DC)
National Theatre: Mark Jaster and Sabrina Mandell of Happenstance Theater perform their family-friendly clown duet. Best for ages 4-10. At the Helen Hayes Gallery.

Charm City Roller Girls Season Opener (Dundalk)
Faster than Football. Baller than baseball. Tougher than.... Baltimore's other, other, other sports league is back in action.The Charm City Roller Girls kick off the season with a tri-header. 

FeBREWary Event: Beer and Donuts (Linthicum Heights)
Ever tried whiskey and donuts together? Now’s your chance! Join Fordham & Dominion for their Beer and Donuts at Whitey’s Liquors in Linthicum Heights.

Hampstead Community Expo (Hampstead)
This is the 33rd year that we've held the Expo, a popular event involving the whole community showcasing local businesses and with food and activities for children of all ages. Everyone gets involved.

Jack Hanna's Into the Wild Live (Frederick)
Meet the world's most spectacular creatures...live! ASL-interpreted (5 pm). Enjoy Jungle Jack Hanna’s infectious energy and humor as he introduces audiences to some of the world’s most spectacular animals and reveals exclusive footage from his international adventures.

Maple Sugarin' (Oella)
Participate in one of the traditional early American "rites of spring," learn about the history of Maple Sugarin' 

Sing Me A Dream: Music and Protest (Bel Air)
An original four-movement suite for a 17-piece orchestra, featuring major African-American texts. 

Winter Rockfest 2016 (Hagerstown)
Come out and support up and coming young musicians! Food & drinks available! All ages welcome! Kids under 5 attend free. 


A Renaissance Original: Carlo Crivelli (Baltimore)
Opening at Walters Art Museum: One of the most original artists of the Italian Renaissance, Crivelli's paintings dazzle through spectacular effects, suggesting the materiality of goldsmiths’ work and spacial illusion. 

Abraham Lincoln in Song & Oh Freedom, Songs of the Civil Rights Movement (Thurmont)
Celebrate the American experience with award-winning, nationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Chris Vallillo as he presents first-hand accounts of the past as "portraits of the history of America." 

Cookies and Canvas (Baltimore)
Museum of Industry: The BMI hosts Cookies & Canvas, a painting class for kids. An instructor will guide young artists step-by- step as they paint their very own snowman. 

Deep River: Celebration of Black Classical Composers (Laurel)
Concert featuring works by H.T. Burleigh, Hall Johnson, Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and more. Narrated by Music Historian Nevilla E. Ottley.

FeBREWary Union Pinewood Derby (Baltimore)
Get a build kit, make a car, race it on the 40ft derby track for great prizes including 1 can or bottle of every special release beer in 2016! 

Nature Connections: Skulls and Teeth (Baltimore)
Examine a variety of skulls on display, with scientists available to answer questions. Bring your collection if you have one! Design a fantasy creature’s skull and decorate a skull mask to take home! 

Violinist Ray Chen at Goucher College (Towson)
Goucher College presents rising star classical violinist Ray Chen, the featured artist for the 56th Henry & Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Lecture-Performance. 

Winter Tree I.D. (Upper Marlboro)
Ever wonder why trees lose their leaves? Join us and learn the basics of winter tree identification and the role winter plays in the lives of trees. Register301-888-1377

Broadway Sing-Along (Gaithersburg)
Cory Davis, music director of the Gaithersburg Chorus, provides lyric sheets and piano accompaniment at this sing-along, complete with a Broadway trivia contest and prizes.

Weekends on Wednesdays

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This Weekend:

American Craft Council's Baltimore Show (Baltimore)
Join us for three days of festivities celebrating all things handmade! More than 650 top contemporary jewelry, clothing, furniture, and home décor artists from across the country will gather under one roof.

MAGFest (Oxon Hill)
 The 14th annual music and gaming festival will feature music, video gaming, arcades, consoles, live video game cover bands, vendors, guest speakers and more. This year's event features performances by Bit Brigade, Super Soul Bros., Kubbi, the One Ups and more.

Sleeping Beauty (Annapolis)
Ballet Theatre of Maryland: From spectacular action to the breathtaking beauty of pageantry and the magical power of love, Sleeping Beauty has something to delight everyone. 

Goosebumps and Grapes Wine Tasting and Bonfire (Oakland)
Wine tasting and bonfire to benefit Special Olympics Maryland. $20 donation to Special Olympics per person 

James and the Giant Peach (Glen Echo)
When James is sent by his conniving aunts to chop down their old fruit tree, he discovers a magic potion which results in a tremendous peach and launches a journey of enormous proportions.

MD Wine Passport Experience (Westminster)
Your personal guide through the wine trails of Maryland. This is a self-guided adventure that gives you the opportunity to experience the rich, unique wines each region offers.

The Music Man (Potomac)
The Har Shalom Players, featuring 55 children and teens from 15 area schools, perform the musical about a con man who organizes a children's band in a small town.


Ghost Tour and Paranormal Investigation (Baltimore)
Baltimore Museum of Industry: Do ghosts really inhabit the BMI? Let's find out as the Paranormal Research and Investigation Society of Maryland explain the methodology used by professional paranormal investigators, and lead visitors on a search for the ghostly and the paranormal at the BMI.


54th Massachusetts and Its Artifacts (Frederick)
Don’t miss this opportunity for an intimate experience with artifacts from the famous (Glory) 54th Massachusetts. Museum staff explore the 54th's history & display artifacts from unit surgeon Louis Radzinsky

6 of One, Half Dozen of the Other (Baltimore)
Commemorating Make Studio's 6th Anniversary, 6 of One, Half Dozen of the Other, showcases the colorful, amusing artworks of its 30 participating artists.

Handel and Haydn Society (DC)
Library of Congress--Thomas Jefferson Bldg: Led by artistic director Harry Christophers, the ensemble celebrates its bicentennial with a program featuring works by Byrd, Kent, Handel, Frank, Bach and others. At the Jefferson Building, Coolidge Auditorium. Free, tickets required

Black Lives, Black Words: 6 Short Plays (Columbia)
New Theatre Movement features works by up-and-coming black playwrights from Chicago & London, exploring the black diaspora of experiences in some of the world's largest multicultural cities. 

Deep Creek Dunk (Oakland)
Take an icy dip in Deep Creek Lake to raise funds for Maryland Special Olympics. Fee for registration. Free for spectators 

Film: Fuitvale Station (Columbia)
"Best Independent Film” 2013 African-American Film Critics Association, Sundance Audience/Grand Jury Winner; true story of 22-yr-old Oscar Grant, who wakes December 31, 2008 and gets a head start on his resolutions. 

Know Yer Birds (Oella)
Fly in for some winter bird fun at our feeders and beyond as you help us identify birds for the Great Backyard Bird Count 

Owl Prowl (Upper Marlboro)
Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary: Owls are fascinating creatures. Unlock their mysteries by attending one of our monthly owl prowls here at Merkle. Registration required: 301-888-1377

Play in a Day (Bethesda)
Six professional Washington, D.C. theaters are given just 24 hours to create 10-minute plays, culminating in an evening of unpredictable theater. 

Something Old, Something New (Thurmont)
The Arts at Green Spring 2016 Concert Series: Featuring Soprano, Jennifer Piazza-Pick and Pianist, Cheryl Cellon Lindquist and in lieu of tickets, a free-will offering will be collected to benefit Sound Experiences, a music education program for undeserved youth.

Winter Birding and Behavior (Owings Mills)
Join a local ornithologist for a short hike looking for signs of wintering birds. Learn how to find and identify birds that stay in Maryland through the cold weather. Call 614.352.7718


Army Field Band (Columbia)
Army Field Band Chamber Concert with SFC Jennifer Everhart and SSG Kevin Walko performing music by Bach, Lutoslawski, Saint-Saëns, and D'Rivera. 

Columbia Voices: Staged Reading - Act One (Columbia)
The Columbia Festival of the Arts commissioned playwright Gwydion Suilebhan to create a play inspired by Columbia’s 1967 founding for its 50th Birthday in 2017. Enjoy this work in progress. 


George Washington's Birthday @ Mount Vernon
 In celebration of his 284th birthday, admission fees are waived for the day. Festivities includes a wreath-laying ceremony, Air Force Strings concert, birthday cake and a visit from "General Washington."


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Weekends on Wednesdays

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This Weekend:

Motor Trend International Auto Show (Baltimore)
Motor Trend International Auto Show in Baltimore features over 500 of the hot-hottest new cars and trucks in one place..... vroom-vroom! 

Adult and Youth Chess Tournaments (Salisbury)
Castling! Crowning! Test your skills against other players in the community. Youth program on Friday; Adults on Sat. Players are encouraged to bring their own chess set and clocks.

JACK and Phil, Slayers of Giants-Inc (Bethesda)
A contemporary, tongue-in-cheek adaptation of the classic fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk! Best for ages 5+. 

The Great Scale Model Train show (Timonium)
Over 100 vendors, up to 900 tables, free parking, many operating layouts, merchandise including model trains, supplies, tools, antiques, books, maps and videos, wardrobe, plus expert advise from leading dealers and modelers. Kid-friendly. Great food. 


Animals-Wild and Domestic (Centreville)
Exhibit Opening: A show by area artists in varied mediums depicting creatures of the land, sea and air and reflecting the beauty and diversity of animal life on our planet 

Casino Royale (Hagerstown)
Discovery Station presents casino games, food and music along with a silent auction at this exciting fundraiser! 

Peabody Concert Orchestra w/Graves and Troxell (Baltimore)
Zhou Long: The Rhyme of Taigu; Gershwin: An American in Paris; Bizet: Selections from "Carmen." Denyce Graves, mezzo-soprano; Richard Troxell, tenor. 

Gem of the Ocean (Columbia)
By The Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre, Mark Clayton Southers, Founder and Producing Artistic Director presents an episode of August Wilson's epic work. 

Mark Lohr, Physical Comedian (Greensboro)
Perfect family date for laugh-out-loud entertainment. His unique style is inspired by Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. Greensboro Elementary School at 7pm. FREE!


February First Saturday--Fire in Ice (Frederick)
Ice sculptures, an ice playground, and an ice walk along Carroll Creek. S'mores, hot chocolate and dozens of ice scultures in Downtown Frederick.

2016 Buttercream Ball (Savage)
Celebrate the Roaring 20s and create Smiles for children fighting critical illness! Includes live music, open bar & heavy hors d'oeuvres!

Chocolate Ball: Dinner, Dancing, Chocolate (Westminster)
Featuring gourmet hors d'oeuvres, open bar, bountiful hand-served buffet, live & silent auctions, chocolate martinis, amazing entertainment including live music. 8th Year! 

Bingomania (Salisbury)
The Eastern Shore’s largest bingo cash prize event returns! Doors open at 5 p.m. for early bird games; regular games begin at 7:30 p.m. 

Cocoa and Coloring (Hagerstown)
Join us at the Miller House Museum for family-friendly fun! We have y what you need to get started: crayons, colored pencils, historical coloring pages—and a bottomless hot chocolate bar! 

Breakfast with the Princesses (Monrovia)
A magical morning of enchantment with the Princesses you know and love. Breakfast Includes scrumptious pancakes, sweet pastries, savory sausage, eggs, fresh fruit, cereal, coffee & OJ. 

Galentine's Day Tea (Elkridge)
Grab your daughters and best girlfriends, your hats, and fancy outfits for this special day at the Manor House. 

Hearts and Crafts! (Forest Hill)
Over 30 vendors. Valentine day raffles, facepainting. Great food and valentine sweets. Benefits Harford County Animal Shelter. Annual fair. 

Human Conditions: Dance About Love, Loss & Life (Brooklyn)
High-energy dance touches issues that affect us all. Family struggles, societal inequalities, and the power of art & community to heal. Full Circle Dance Co.

Morgan State Choir Performance (Baltimore)
Enjoy the illustrious sounds of Morgan State Choir as they perform the traditions of African American spirituals and gospel music.

NGUZO SABA: 7 Signs of Stepping (Bowie)
An exciting demonstration of the high skill and strategy of area high school student step teams! Join us at the 2016 Step Show Challenge.

Poetry and Percussion (Columbia)
Join HoCoPoLitSo for a coffeehouse afternoon of poetry & music. Baltimore poet Steven Leyva reads from his work, centered around the tuneful town of New Orleans, accompanied by Josh Soto on drums. 

River Rat Day (Williamsport)
Williamsport's answer to Groundhog Day featuring Willy the River Rat! Get his prediction on the season ahead. Will he see his shadow? 

Samuel James-Art Opening & Blues Concert (Columbia)
Gallery exhibition private showing, followed by Blues Concert. Samuel James is in a class by himself. With a voice of grit and gravel, roots musician James sings with an authenticity lost in time.

Lunar New Year Celebration (D.C.)
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery - Smithsonian Institution: Celebrate the Lunar New Year at the museum with dance performances by Madison Chinese Dance Academy, ribbon-dancing tutorials, calligraphy lessons and more. All ages. FREE!


Bach Baltimore Cantata and Organ Concert (Baltimore)
Bach Cantatas 93 & 169 and Fantasia & Fugue in g minor, BWV 542 

Chantry Sings Josquin & Morales (Silver Spring)
Two Renaissance masterpieces, Josquin's Missa Ave maris stella and Morales's Magnificat Secundi toni, sung by Chantry’s early music voices, to delight your ears and soothe your soul. 

Chesapeake Oysters (Baltimore)
Eastern Shore native and author Kate Livie will discuss the dynamic history of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay from the Colonial era to the present 

Wilco, Steve Gunn (D.C.)
Constitution Hall--Alternative rock band Wilco and Brooklyn-based singer songwriter Steve Gunn perform.

Milt Diggins: Uncovering Local History (Solomons)
Diggins tells the story of Thomas McCreary and the toxic effects the debate over slavery had in the years leading up to the Civil War.