Weekends on Wednesday - 19 Things to Do!

FEB 14-16

Ocean City Convention Center

Maryland State Fairgrounds
One Day Pass: $10
Weekend Pass: $15
Purchase in advance and print your RV Show tickets at home and receive an automatic $2 OFF discount on each ticket

National Harbor, MD
Katsucon is an annual 3-day fan convention held in the D.C. metro area for multicultural enthusiasts and entertainment. Katsucon is produced by Katsucon Entertainment, Inc. (KEI), a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit organization dedicated to bringing information about Japanese animation, society, and traditional and popular culture to fans everywhere.

737 South Broadway
10th Anniversary of the Belgian this year. So we will be pulling out all the stops for this one.We will have over 160 Belgian beers on draft, over 200 Belgian beers in Bottles and a full Belgian inspired food menu

It may be cold outside but Baltimore is heating up with the most delicious week of winter – Restaurant Week – and fixed-price dinner, lunch and brunch menus at participating restaurants around town. Find the cure for cabin fever with a money-saving package at your choice of accommodations and receive a bonus gift card in return. Enjoy ticket offers and special programs at museums & attractions! By One Get One Offers!!

FEB 14th

Oregon Ridge Nature Center
13555 Beaver Dam Road
7 PM
Ages 6+ $5
$4 Members
Tap a maple tree by moonlight. Sit by a campfire and hear legends about maple sugaring while making jack wax (or sugar in the snow) from maple syrup! To register call 410-887-1815.

Baltimore Humane Society
1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown
1:30 PM

Please join us for Valentine’s Day nuptials between Chico and TeTe, an adoptable dog and cat, and Aladdin and Jasmine, two of our adoptable guinea pigs.  It is a celebration of hope, caring, and friendship in the lives of animals who have lost the love and support of their families, but who tirelessly search for it again. 

Baltimore Arena
201 W. Baltimore Street

FEB 15th

Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary and Visitor's Center
6:00  - 9:00 PM
11704 Fenno Rd., Upper Marlboro
$3 per person or $10 for a family of four
Join a naturalist as we explore the nighttime world of the owl. Take a hike and look, listen, and call for our creatures of the night. Meet at the Park Store building. Call to make your reservations- space is limited!

Baltimore Arena
Bruce Bruce and Earthquake are back! The Top Shelf Comedy Tour is one you do not want to miss!

Imagination Stage
4908 Auburn Ave., Bethesda
The clock ticks as playwrights, directors and actors from professional Washington, D.C. theaters are given just 24 hours to create 10-minute plays, culminating in an evening of unpredictable, one-of-a-kind theater.

Reginald F. Lewis Museum
830 E. Pratt St.
Teaching artist Culture Queen™ leads children in an interactive workshop with drama, movement, art and music as they use future hero™ powers to envision the future of America 20 years from now. This workshop is inspired by The Kinsey Collection. Program included with museum admission.

Gordon Center For Performing Arts at the JCC
3506 Gwynnbrook Avenue • Owings Mills
7:30 p.m. • $35 Adult/$15 Students & Seniors
Baltimore Ballet presents world class dancing at affordable prices.  Audiences enjoy international stars and up-and-coming, award winning dancers performing to Gershwin and Stravinsky. 

Turn the Page Bookstore
18 N Main Street * Boonsboro, MD
12-2 PM
Book Signings by: Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb, Erica Bauermeister, Jaci Burton, Sylvia Day, Stephanie Dray/Draven, Jeaniene Frost, J. Kenner, Pamela Palmer,and local children's author Michael T. Myers

Games and Stuff
7385-G Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, Glen Burnie
Shake off the winter blues by putting on your best Hawaiian shirt and coming out to play piles of island-themed board games! As is our custom, we'll have some Hawaiian refreshments available throughout the day! Dressing up is encouraged, but grass skirts are not required. :)

Oregon Ridge Nature Center
13555 Beaver Dam Road
10AM and 4PM
Visit our Sugar Shack any time between  to learn the magic behind the process of making maple syrup! Take an invigorating hike to tap a tree for sap. Then, taste maple syrup and sugar! Hikes on the hour. Sugar on the snow demos at 12:30 and 3:45. Free!

Howard County Conservancy
10520 Old Frederick Road
The Lunar New Year is the most important annual festival observed in many eastern Asian cultures. During this program at the Howard County Conservancy, Wendy Ng and Kyong Parker will explore how many Lunar New Year practices in the Chinese and Korean cultures are rooted in nature – cycle of life, flowers, animals, respect and love as well as sharing the significance of some individual practices. Come and learn more about the most important cultural festival celebrated by nearly half the population of the world. Families who attend will participate in some of the activities many Asian children experience during their Lunar New Year. FREE.

Columbia Mall
11 AM - 1 PM

Columbia Pro Cantare will present it third annual “Singathon,” at The Mall in Columbia. Admission to the performance is free. No ticket is required.The Singathon program will be lively and casual with works ranging from traditional songs to spirituals to Broadway tunes. Listeners are invited to stop by the Mall’s Center Court any time between 11 and 1 to enjoy the music.

FEB 16th

Chesapeake Arts Center
Hammonds Lane Theatre
194 Hammonds Lane, Brooklyn Park, MD
3:00 PM
Ticket Price: $27.00
All Age Concert!

And Events in D.C. this weekend?!?  Way too many to list!  Search on this website for something you might enjoy!

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