Baltimore Restaurant Week

Jul 28-Aug 6, Baltimore: Baltimore’s most delicious week of the summer! The prices are stellar and the food is amazing. You have zero excuses to miss out on the more than 100 Baltimore restaurants that are serving up 2-course lunch and brunch menus and three-course dinners menus. YUM!

Greek Fest

Jul 28-31, Ocean City: 28th Annual Festival is a must go! Food, music, dancing, vendors and giveaways. Fun for the whole family. Again, YUM!

Howard County Restaurant Weeks

Jul 24-Aug 7, Howard County: Noticing a theme yet? Experience this bi-annual, 15 day celebration of the local culinary scene. Part of a national movement, restaurant weeks debuted here in 2008 in an effort to encourage visitors and residents to experience the wonderful culinary talent in Central Maryland. 

Wickedest Tales of All

Jul 27-30, Baltimore: PHANTASMAGORIA’S Wickedest Tales of All explodes onto the stage with its haunting and whimsical stories of horror, “Phantastical” dance, live music, explosive stage combat, large scale puppetry and enthralling storytelling. Join this evocative troupe of storytellers, dancers, and chorus as they embark on adventures through their most popular tales of terror, horrific folk tales, legends and myths from around the world.

Alice and The Book of Wonderland

Jul 29-Aug 20, Annapolis: Annapolis Shakespeare Company presents a compelling new version of a beloved classic, a bright and witty adaptation retelling which reveals a fast-paced tale designed to delight young and old.

Carroll County Fair

Jul 29-Aug 4, Westminster:  The fair is celebrating it's 118th year, with exhibitors, entertainment, animal shows, food and exhibits. Back by popular demand this year you will see the Racing Pigs, Wild West Night, Car Demolition Derby, Tractor Pull, Chain Saw Carver, and much more!

Fort McHenry Crab Fest

Jul 29, Baltimore: Enjoy local music and delicious BBQ fare to go along with Maryland crabs at the 4th Annual Fort McHenry Crab Feast, all in the shadow of historic Ft. McHenry.

June B. Jones Is Not A Crook

Now-Aug 14, Glen Echo, MD: Adventure Theatre presents Junie B. Jones, who, with her two bestest friends in the world, loses her new furry mittens to some "stealers," she has to investigate. But Junie B. might have something she forgot to return, too. Enjoy some lighthearted fun with your little ones.

Pride of Baltimore Deck Tours

Jul 29-30, Inner Harbor: Don't miss this opportunity to take a free deck tour! Cross the gangway and come aboard to learn about Baltimore’s tall ship. Explore the deck and talk to her captain and crew. Learn about the history of Baltimore Clippers and Pride; or hear from a crew member what it is like to sail a tall ship today.

Trifecta Food Truck Festival

Jul 28, Timonium: Family-friendly festival w/live bands, a mechanical bull, dunk tank, pie-eating contest, kids playland, moonbounce, and an artist village. Plus, of course, food trucks!

Baltimore 11th Annual Improv Festival

Jul 31-Aug 6, Baltimore: The Baltimore Improv Festival showcases a variety of local, regional, and nationally-known improv groups in shows and workshops in Baltimore.

Citi Open

Jul 29-Aug 6, DC: Here's your chance to watch some of the best tennis players in the world, in our backyard!

The King and I

Now-Aug 20, DC: The Kennedy Center presents The King and I, winner of four 2015 Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Musical. The timeless story of Anna Leonowens and the king of Siam is "too beautiful to miss" (New York Magazine).

The Baseball Boat

Running through Nats baseball season: Skip the traffic, avoid the crowds and worry of Metro, and ride the Potomac Riverboat Company’s Baseball Boat to a game at the Washington Nationals Stadium. No worries if the game goes into extra innings, we stay until twenty minutes after the last pitch no matter how late. Various pickup/drop off locations.


Now-Aug 20, Olney: "You do what you think is right and let the law catch up." So said Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, who changed the face of American jurisprudence. He argued and won the Brown v. Board of Education decision, ending racial segregation in the schools. Spend an evening with the late Justice at this one-man show.

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