WEEKENDS ON WEDNESDAYS

WEEKENDS ON WEDNESDAYS


National Symphony Orchestra Declassified

Jun 29, DC: Ben Folds curates and hosts this unique “part concert, part party” event that defies the traditional classical music presentation by shining a spotlight on great live music performed by the NSO and special guests in a laid-back and relaxed setting.


Caps Fan Fest

Jun 30, DC: Head to the Kettler Capitals Iceplex on Saturday with activities beginning at 10 a.m. Fan Fest will feature the team's a Development Camp scrimmage, annual equipment sale, a public skate and a photo opportunity with the Stanley Cup!


Reba McEntire

Jul 1, Vienna: A household name thanks to a successful career spanning music, television, film, and theater, Reba McEntire is a three-time Grammy winner, member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, and top-selling country musician. Wolf Trap is pleased to host her!


Judy and the General

Jun 29-30, Baltimore: Judy and the General is Rosemary Toohey's hilarious new musical about the biblical Judith and the powerful general Holofernes. Her image is in museums and churches all over the world. Intelligent, devout and resolute, she ingeniously uses her feminine wiles to outwit the mighty Holofernes, thereby saving her people from destruction. It’s a classic match between the forces of good and evil. Spotlighters Theatre is proud to present this new work.


1776 the Musical

Jun 29-30, Frederick: The musical 1776 dramatizes the days leading up to the signing of our Declaration of Independence, bringing to life founding figures John and Abigail Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and many others. The production, presented by the Weinberg, is co-directed by Andrew and Melissa Baughman, and features Frederick elected officials and community leaders in supporting roles.


Smithsonian Folklife Festival

Jun 29-Jul 1, 4-8, DC: A massive, kid-friendly celebration of cultures across the globe. The 2018 edition focuses on the cultures of Armenia and Catalonia, as well as a musical revival of the Sisterfire festivals that took place in DC in the 1980s. Local and national food vendors are on-hand showcasing their latest offerings, artisans from around the world show off their craft-making skills, enjoy cooking collaborations, tastings, live music performances, arts and crafts-themed workshops, in-depth discussions, parades, dance classes and so much more. 


Quicken Loans National

Jun 28-Jul 1, Potomac: From following your favorite golfer, to hanging out at one of the public viewing destinations the PGA tour is fun for the whole family, featuring lawn games and barbecue and the excitement of a day out.


Independents Day Georgetown

Jun 30, Georgetown: Join over 35 independent merchants to celebrate the spirit of small business. Stop by participating stores and restaurants for refreshments, activities, food and entertainment.


Twelfth Night

Jun 29-30, Columbia: One of Shakespeare’s most beloved Comedies. The story of twins Viola and Sebastian, separated by a shipwreck, and washed up on the shores of Illyria, each thinking the other is dead. Performed under the stars!


Sarah McLachlan

Jun 29, Bethesda: Fans won’t want to miss this solo piano show, with McLachlan’s hauntingly beautiful voice highlighted by the stunning acoustics of the Music Center.


Frederick Jazz Festival

Jun 30, Frederick: 7 hours of non-stop music in downtown FrederickThe Festival provides Fredericktonians and visitors of all ages an opportunity to experience America's unique musical art form in the heart of the historic district.


July 4th Fest

Jun 30-Jul 4, Upper Marlboro:  Six Flags Fest has everything you need for a star-spangled visit: exclusive ride times, fireworks all five nights, festive foods, and more!


Roaring 20s Garden Party

Jun 30, Westminster: Carroll County Farm Museum presents this fun event for couples is a must-attend occasion to launch your summer dates together! Participants are encouraged to wear 1920s era clothing, so don your favorite flapper dress with feather boas or gangster gear. Cheer for your favorite team, strut your best dance moves, join in lawn games and help us celebrate an era long gone!


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9017 CONSTANT COURSE CRSE NE COLUMBIA, MD 21046

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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Price: $2,300

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WEEKENDS ON WEDNESDAYS

Flag Day and Naturalization Ceremony

Jun 14, Baltimore: Join the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House and the Baltimore Office of Immigration for a very special Flag Day program and Naturalization Ceremony. The Flag House will be open to the public for FREE from 10 AM – 4 PM. Tours of the historic house will pause during the ceremony from 12 PM to 1 PM.

Ocean City Air Show

Jun 16-17, Ocean City: The 11th annual OC Air Show featuring the USAF Thunderbirds! The OC Air Show keeps getting bigger and better thanks to the hundreds of thousands of spectators who come out to make it a success! In the days before the official start aircraft will be arriving and practicing!

Columbia Festival

Jun 14-30, Columbia: The FREE LakeFest Weekend includes three days of live music, an invitational arts and crafts show with 55+ artists, strolling performers, festival food, an array of activities and entertainment for all ages.

Jazz on Jackson Place

Jun 14, DC: Now in its 12th season, Jazz on Jackson Place has presented musicians from around the world, including major artists from the U.S., China, Spain, Argentina, Russia, and Brazil. The series is curated by Burnett Thompson. The series is regularly sold out and has become a must-see in the hot D.C. summer music scene.

Greek Cultural Center

Jun 14-17, Lanham: Festival attendees will enjoy popular Greek favorites like souvlaki, gyros, and baklava. In addition, specialties like loukoumades, pastitisio, frappe', Greek smoothies, and much more will be available. There will be live music Friday, Saturday and Sunday courtesy of the band Mortes. Youth groups from the Baltimore-Washington region will perform traditional folk dances.

Antique and Classic Boat Festival

Jun 15-17, St. Michaels: Wooden and fiberglass classics, vintage racers, and other antique and Chesapeake Bay-related boats are coming this Father’s Day weekend. This event brings a sense of nostalgia to the Miles River and CBMM’s docks and campus, drawing some of the area’s finest classic boats, nautical and maritime treasures, entertainment, food, and libations to this waterfront festival.

Port Discovery Family Fun Night

Jun 15, Baltimore: Enjoy three floors of interactive exhibits along with fun and engaging programs. Take part in drop-in programming including interactive Circle Time featuring stories and songs, visit the SPCA and more! This is a great chance to explore the temporary exhibit, where visitors will encounter unfamiliar landscapes, touchable dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes, and opportunities to investigate clues about what the dinosaurs left behind.

FSO Meets the Beatles

Jun 15-16, Frederick: Come join the Frederick Symphony Orchestra for their final concert of our 21st season. Sing along to classic renditions of your favorite hit songs from The Beatles; Chicago; David Bowie; The Moody Blues; Stevie Wonder; Kansas; Earth, Wind & Fire; and the Eagles.

Kalmar Nyckel Sailings

Jun 14-17, Solomons Island: The Kalmar Nyckel offers a wide array of sailing opportunities — from April through October.   Guests are invited to haul lines, set sails, and enjoy tales of the original Kalmar Nyckel  — or become a "pirate" with the crew on special pirate sails. It's location changes, so check the website!

Mamma Mia!

Jun 15-Sept 9, Columbia: A mother. A daughter. Three possible dads and a trip down the aisle you’ll never forget. Audiences around the world have fallen in love with the music and story that make MAMMA MIA! the feel good show of our time. On a Greek island paradise, on the eve of her wedding, a daughter’s quest to discover her father’s identity brings three very different men from her mother’s past back to the island. The magic of ABBA’s timeless hit music tells this story of love, laughter and friendship.

Patience

Jun 15-17, Rockville: The Victorian Lyric Opera Company, a community theatre company, specializing in the works of Gilbert and Sullivan, presents a lovely comedica operetta.

Weekend of Wonders

Jun 13-17, Baltimore: Festival of Fantastic Feats & Extraordinary Exhibitions! 5 nights. 5 different shows. Featuring magic, storytelling, stunts, comedy, cabaret, circus, and countless curiosities!

1 West Mount Vernon Place Opening

Jun 16, Baltimore: In celebration of the new opening of 1 West Mount Vernon Place, the Walters is hosting a free block party featuring an opening ceremony and an array of special programs. Visitors of all ages are invited to tour the transformed space and enjoy art demonstrations and a variety of performances.

3rd Annual Knight's Pawn Amateur Chess Tournament

Jun 16, Baltimore: Amateurs of all ages can compete in a minimum of 3 games to see who becomes this year's champion. All ages are welcome to attend and play, and amateurs and rated players with 2100 rating or less. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place monetary prizes.

Juneteenth

June 16, Upper Marlboro: Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Marking the date that the last enslaved people learned of their freedom, the month of June and the nineteenth day were combined to form the word Juneteenth. From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond. Juneteenth is an official holiday recognized in over 43 states and the District of Columbia.

Woodson Young Jazz Festival

Jun 15-16, Ft. Washington: The First Annual Woodson⋅Young Jazz Festival, will be the Smooth Jazz Festival event of the year! Overlooking the Potomac River and the Nation’s Capital city of Washington DC, the First Annual Woodson⋅Young Festival is the ultimate Jazz music lovers experience.

AFI Docs

Now-Jun 17, DC: AFI DOCS is the nation's documentary film festival known for showcasing the best in documentary filmmaking from the US and around the world. It is the only film festival in the United States that offers the unique opportunity to connect film audiences with national opinion leaders, filmmakers and intriguing film subjects. With conversations and experiences you won't experience at any other film festival, AFI DOCS harnesses the power of this important art form and its potential to inspire change. Screenings during this annual five-day event take place in landmark venues in Washington, DC and the world-class AFI Silver Theatre, the independent film hub of the metropolitan region.

Other Life Forms

Jun 15-Jul 7, DC: The Keegan Theatre is thrilled to present this new work by DC Brandon McCoy. Roommates Ben and Jeff couldn’t be more different. Ben is a struggling journalist who can’t get anything to go his way. Jeff is a successful researcher who glides through life with little resistance. At Jeff’s insistence, they both give online dating a try. Ben meets Molly and the results are volatile, while Jeff meets Leslie and they make a connection. Over the course of the evening, a truth is revealed that sets in motion a series of hysterical and illuminating events. OTHER LIFE FORMS is a dynamic comedy that sets out to prove the existence of love, and how we often get in the way of it.

8388 MONTGOMERY RUN RD #A A ELLICOTT CITY, MD 21043

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A must see main level condo w/ patio off the living room backing to green space * close proximity to swimming pool and tot lot * 2 master bedrooms seperate from each other w/ custom closets * wood floors in living and dining room *silestone countertops, updated cabinets, new built-in microwave, * easy access to commuter routes and shopping * Ready to move in.
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Square feet: 1,084
Price: $213,000

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WEEKENDS ON WEDNESDAYS


Honfest

Jun 9-10, Baltimore: Think all summer street festivals are the same? Check out HONfest. Located in the Baltimore neighborhood of Hampden, HONfest celebrates the working women who helped make this great city what it is. “Hon”, short for Honey, is a classic Bawlmer term of endearment. For generations, it has expressed the warmth and affection bestowed upon neighbors and visitors alike by our mothers and grandmothers. Since 1994, HonFest has grown from the tiny Baltimore's Best Hon pageant behind CafĂ© Hon, to a nationally recognized festival that covers four city blocks on Hampden's very own 36th Street.

Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival

Jun 9, Anacostia: In 2018, the 9th annual Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival will join the District of Columbia in celebrating the "Year of the Anacostia." Nestled between the banks of the Anacostia River, Kingman Island has become a park dedicated to preserving natural resources and educating District youth about conservation and becoming better stewards of the natural world. This festival has introduced thousands of guests to the beauty that lies within our Nation's capital and this year we gather, once again, to support and celebrate the continued restoration and maintenance of the Anacostia and Kingman Island as vital community resources.

Greek Folk Festival

Jun 7-10, Baltimore: Be Greek For A Day! Celebrating our Greek Orthodox faith and culture by sharing our faith and traditions through our love of God, music, dance and authentic Greek food.  Come and enjoy great food, wine, music, dance and our famous Greek hospitality.

Bernstein and Shostakovich

Jun 7-10, Baltimore/Bethesda: Join us for the BSO Season Finale concert. The piano plays the protagonist in Bernstein's sentimental tone poem, "The Age of Anxiety," performed by acclaimed pianist Jon Kimura Parker. Hear Shostakovich's tremendous Symphony No. 5, which received an overwhelming public response and half hour standing ovation at its premiere.

Jun 7, Columbia: Merriweather Post Pavilion is proud to present another great performance in it's summer lineup!

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying

Jun 6-10, DC: Big business means big laughs in this delightfully clever lampoon of life on the corporate ladder. A tune-filled comic gem boasting an exhilarating score, the show took Broadway by storm, winning both the Tony Award® for Best Musical and a Pulitzer Prize. We follow the rise of J. Pierrepont Finch, who uses a little handbook called How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying to climb the corporate ladder from lowly window washer to high-powered executive.

DC JazzFest

Jun 8-17, DC: Since 2005, the DC Jazz Festival organization has provided enriching and entertaining jazz performances and programs that introduce students and adults from all walks of life to jazz, our nation’s singular original art form. This year's JazzFest has more than 125 performances in 40+ venues, DCJF will present an amazing array of emerging and master-level talent that includes more than 90 bands and 300 artists!

Feastival

Jun 9, Baltimore: A delicious and wonderful way to support finding a cure for Cystic Fibrosis. The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation presents an afternoon worth savoring. Join fellow foodies at the Sandlot Baltimore for a rare culinary experience. Guests will feast on delectable bites by Baltimore’s hottest culinary talent and sip stylish cocktails and craft brews. With refreshing sights and sounds, relish in this epicurean adventure.

Space - The Final Frontier

Jun 9, McHenry: Join the MSO for a concert that will take you on a musical journey through the cosmos. Performing selections from Holst’s The Planets to Star Wars, E.T., Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Superman, and more, this concert is an experience you don’t want to miss!

47th Antique Fly-In

Jun 9, Massey: Conducted by the Potomac Antique Aero Squadron (PAAS), fabulous antique airplanes, food, drinks and fun are in store for the whole family!

Ever in the Glades

Jun 8-10, DC: The Kennedy Center presents this highly anticipated work, originally shown during the 2016 theatre festival. On an isolated island deep in the heart of the Everglades, five teenagers make a daring attempt to escape to the mainland from a place where the adults are as dangerous as the gators. The play begs the question: what is the current generation’s responsibility to the next, and what happens if we fail them?

End Hunger Dragonboat Festival

Jun 9, North Beach: Come be part of the 6th Annual End Hunger Dragon Boat Festival and spend the day in the charming town of North Beach. You will enjoy a family friendly atmosphere, local vendors, and more! Best of all, you will be part of our community coming together to support End Hunger In Calvert County.

Downtown Salisbury Festival

Jun 8-10, Salisbury: The festival is all about Americana - like good eats from local food trucks - homemade ice cream, funnel cakes & oyster fritters! Check out the carnival, live music on the main stage plus local vendors, activities and more!

Heritage Days Festival

Jun 9-10, Cumberland: Join us for the 50th anniversary of Cumberland’s annual Heritage Days Festival. Marking the traditional beginning of summer, Heritage Days has something for everyone.

Colonial Market Fair

Jun 9-10, Catonsville: The Colonial Market Fair is a living history event for family members of all ages! Kids can make a souvenir using 18th century tools and techniques; Interact with historical interpreters and hear their stories of perseverance; explore hiking trails, gardens, and an orchard within Banneker Park; dress-up in stylish colonial garb and role play your favorite colonial characters; march to the the beats of freedom from a fife and drum corps; discuss the latest 18th century gossip and decide if you are loyalist or patriot. Do all this and more at the Fair!

BritFest 2018

Jun 9, Fallston: The second annual BritFest Festival will be held at The Maryland Polo Grounds. Great live British music, beer, polo, classic cars, vendors and food!

Over the Limit Comedy Fest

Jun 8, Frederick: The “Over The Limit” Comedy Fest is Frederick County’s premier comedy extravaganza featuring a night of national touring comedy acts, rounded out with additional performances by Frederick area comics, all performing in the name of drunk driving prevention by way of the local charity, The Safe Ride Foundation.

Nights on the Fringe

Jun 9-10, Baltimore: Charm City Fringe presents its fifth Nights on the Fringe with two shows of vaudeville-inspired acts. Friday’s show features a 10-act lineup that includes ballet, theater, puppetry, film and crankies. Saturday’s show features dance, magic, circus performers, and more. Based on the idea of presenting a modern vaudeville experience, both nights will feature buskers, special guest appearances and a house band.


5466 PHELPS LUCK DR COLUMBIA, MD 21045

Property Site: http://tour.circlepix.com/home/Z3S7M8/5466-PHELPS-LUCK-DR-COLUMBIA-MD-1001738286
This spacious and open floor plan offer 5 bedrooms and 3 fully renovated bathrooms. Beautiful hardwood floors, stunning over sized ceramic flooring, skylights, and more. Additional updates include windows, vinyl siding, refrigerator, and Hot Water heater. One year warranty paid by the seller. A pleasure to show!
Bedrooms: 5
Bathrooms: 3
Square feet: 2,274
Price: $399,900

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WEEKENDS ON WEDNESDAYS


Annapolis Arts Week

Jun 1-10, Annapolis: This week-long event encompasses the wide ranging artistic creativity in Annapolis. Featuring events at art galleries and performance arts studios, musicians, and an array of all-around artistic talent.

Washington Folk Festival

June 2-3, Glen Echo: One of the most popular events of the year at Glen Echo Park, the Festival attracts close to 10,000 visitors. Free to the public and held rain or shine, the Festival features over 450 musicians, storytellers, dancers, and crafters from the greater Washington area. The festival is a celebration of this region's rich cultural diversity. International performers share the music, dance, and cultural traditions they brought from their original homes while American performers showcase a variety of musical traditions that developed in this country.

Space, the Next Frontier

Jun 1-2, DC: Boldly go where few orchestras have gone before! Join the NSO for a celebration of NASA’s 60th anniversary. The NSO will perform music inspired by space—both fact and fiction—ranging from 2001: A Space Odyssey to music from Carl Sagan’s Golden Record and more. Projections of photos and video, ranging from the International Space Station to the Hubble Space Telescope, examine our planet and beyond through the six decades since NASA’s inception, including special visuals by NASA TV, Taschen Books, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, producer Duncan Copp, and more.

Capital Jazz Fest
Jun 1-3, Columbia: Head to the Merriweather Post Pavilion for this fabulous 26th Annual Event!

Celebration of Light: Naked Eyes

Now-Jun 30, DC: At the crossroads of art, science and technology, ARTECHOUSE brings a true 21st century art experience as the first digital art gallery. Opened in June 2017, this is a first-of-its-kind innovative art space dedicated to showcasing experiential and immersive large scale installations by artists who are forerunners of the new age in arts and technology.

Wales vs. South Africa Rugby

Jun 2, DC: International Rugby Match at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC - Wales vs. South Africa. CLASH OF THE TITANS! For the first time on U.S. soil - you don't want to miss this epic rugby battle!

One Journey

Jun 2, DC: One Journey was founded in 2017 by two American immigrants who wanted to share with others the positive, welcoming reception they received as newcomers. Driven by grassroots volunteers, our team is made up of nonprofit gurus, industry stalwarts, and local DCists, many of whom are refugees. We are launching a national movement for compassion and empathy that will inspire all to turn their faces and hearts to this refugee crisis. One Journey is shifting the narrative about refugees by celebrating their courage, stories, talents, and remarkable contributions.

Race 4 Respect

Jun 2, DC: 5th Annual Down Syndrome Awareness Dash!

Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk

Jun 2-3, DC: Stretch your legs and your mind during the 35th Annual Walk. Five diverse museums will open their doors free of charge for this weekend long celebration in one of Washington, D.C.’s most beautiful neighborhoods. Discover Anderson HouseDumbarton HouseNational Museum of American Jewish Military HistoryThe Phillips Collection, and the President Woodrow Wilson House free of charge. The Museum Walk event is held rain or shine.

Savage Fest

Jun 2, Savage: The 31st annual Savage Fest promises a day of fun for all ages and a chance to meet friends old and new. Originating in Savage Days festivities from the 1920s, the festival conveys the charm and vibrancy of the small town of Savage, MD. The celebration takes place on Baldwin Common with live music, dance performances, pony rides, a petting zoo, an antique car show, games, crafts, vendors, food and more.

Imagination Bethesda

Jun 2, Bethesda: A children's street festival celebrating the arts and all things fun at the 24th annual Imagination Bethesda. Activity tents line the streets, face painters bring butterflies and pirates to life, a stage of live entertainment will have the whole street dancing, and more!

Hammond Harwood House Secret Garden Tour

Jun 2-3, Annapolis: This treasured annual event will take guests through one of Annapolis’ most historic areas: Charles, Cathedral, Conduit and Franklin Streets and Acton Landing (the old Anne Arundel Medical Center), all just a minute’s walk from some of the state’s most historic areas, State and Church Circles and City Dock. Guests to the SGT will enjoy going beyond the gates of beautiful and lovingly tended private gardens not normally seen from the sidewalk, each displaying the tastes and lifestyle of the homeowners. Tour goers will enjoy the beauty, quiet and tranquility of the gardens they visit as well as discover ideas suitable for their own plantings and outdoor living areas.

Sandy Spring Strawberry Festival

Jun 2-3, Sandy Spring: One day just couldn’t contain the fun! Get ready for the 37th Annual Strawberry Festival! The museum’s grounds are transformed into a fun-filled community fair with live music and entertainment, food trucks and activities for children of all ages. Over the years the Strawberry Festival has featured a rock climbing wall, pony rides, a petting zoo, and much more!

Patuxent River Air Expo

Jun 2-3, Patuxent River: The 2018 Naval Air Station Patuxent River Air Expo is a weekend of free family fun! See exciting aerial acrobatic performances, ground exhibits and demonstrations. Food, vendors and kids’ activities cover the ground, while planes, jets, and helicopters fill the air.

Frederick Festival of the Arts

Jun 1-3, Frederick: Celebrating 25 years, the festival is held along Carroll Creek Linear Park in the heart of Historic downtown. This juried fine arts venue invites discerning art-lovers from across the country. The festival is committed to presenting the finest national artists bringing the best of quality fine art, exceptional musical talents, and plenty of food and beverages for all to enjoy! Join the high caliber celebration!

Western Maryland Blues Fest

Jun 1-2, Hagerstown: The 2018 series will feature yet another fabulous line-up of national, regional and local musical acts, food vendors and family fun to jump-start your summer fun!

Nat King Cole Tribute

Jun 1, Bethesda: Join local award-winning jazz pianist and vocalist, Mark G. Meadows, as he pays homage to the one and only, Nat King Cole. The son of a gospel and jazz vocalist, Meadows unifies R&B, hip-hop, funk, jazz, and gospel into a harmonic blend that is fresh and exciting. With a velvet voice and endlessly debonair stage manner, Meadows is a true showman.

Annapolis Irish Festival

Jun 1-2, Annapolis: Celebrate everything Irish at the only festival of its kind in the region. Enjoy traditional Celtic music and Irish rock bands on three different stages, along with workshops and exhibits. When you get hungry, try some delicious Irish beef stew and other Irish favorites. Little Leprechaun Land provides pony rides, face painting and other free activities for the kids.

Gershwin's Piano Concerto

Jun 1-2, Baltimore: Under Marin Alsop’s baton, Stravinsky’s dazzling Firebird concludes with one of the most exalted finales in all of music. Gershwin’s Concerto in F is a blend of traditional classical forms and the freedom of American jazz. After a year without writing music, Schumann expresses his triumph over darkness in his incredibly personal Second Symphony.