Weekends On Wednesdays

This Weekend:

The 47th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival (Annapolis)
The 47th Annual Maryland Seafood Festival (MSF) celebrates a weekend of fresh and mouth-watering seafood on September 6 and 7th, along with a variety of entertainment, exhibits and activities. 

Deep Creek Lake Art and Wine Festival (McHenry)
The festival includes wine, regional artists, children's area, silent auction, live music and lots more!

Building Perspectives (Ellicott City)
Building Perspectives features work by five artists — Ashley DuRoss, Lillian Bayley Hoover, Robert Tennenbaum, April Rimpo, and K. Velis Turan — whose explorations of constructed spaces and urban landscapes produce unique and often abstracted works.

Memphis - The Musical (Columbia)
Inspired by actual events, Memphis is about a white DJ, the first to play black music in the 50's and a black club singer hoping for her big break. Filled with laughter, Motown and roof-raising rock 'n' roll!

Prince George's County Fair (Upper Marlboro)
Join us for this annual event featuring live animals, food, music, carnival games and much more.

The Reisterstown Festival (Reisterstown)
FREE festival begins with parade down Main Street featuring marching bands, vintage cars, community groups, Etc..We have craft, merchandise, community and food vendors, live music, Beer Garden, Children's Area with entertainment, Stunt Bicyclist shows, Car show on Sun, Free Fireworks Sat. night at dusk

Suburban Maryland Fall Home Show (Boyds)
At the Home Show, the goal is simple: to inspire, motivate and excite you for your upcoming home improvement - whether it's a minor renovation or a major remodel. The Home Show! It's Everything For In And Around Your Home!

Boonesborough Days (Boonsboro)
A craft show of all hand made items. We have live entertainment ,free parking, clean restrooms, great food, kids playground ,custom car show, and much more. Also visit Nora Roberts' Turn The Page Bookstore, The Boonsboro Trolley Museum and the highly unique Boonesborough Museum.

Marvel Universe LIVE! (Verizon Center)
Superheroes including Iron Man, Thor and Spider-Man battle evil in their quest to retrieve fragments of a broken cube that holds ultimate power.


Steam Show Days (Westminster)
The Mason Dixon Historical Society presents antique farm machinery, steam and gas engines, and antique cars on display. Working demonstrations include saw milling, shingle sawing and branding, baling, threshing, and grinding. Consignment Auction on Thursday. Flea market, food for sale and hayrides. 


2014 Dragon Boat Races (Baltimore)
The 2014 Races are the 9th time that Catholic Charities has taken over the Inner Harbor in September to host the day-long races of between as many as 40 sponsored teams -- all to improve the lives of individuals and families.

Saturday Sungazing (Baltimore)
Take a closer look at the Sun The Observatory is open to museum visitors every Saturday from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM, weather permitting. Admission is included with Science Center

Pocomoketoberfest (Pocomoke City)
Eastern Shore wines and beers, arts and crafts, scarecrow contest and live music.

First Saturday, Dog Days of Summer (Frederick)
Dog parade and costume contest, dog friendly stores, dog friendly stores and dining, animal art live music and more.

Chestertown Jazz Festival (Chestertown)
Wilmer Park will open at 11:00 am. Again there will be the tent adjacent to the river and plenty of open space for lounge chairs and blankets. Local food vendors will offer, crab cakes, fried fish sandwiches, chicken, ribs and more. Cascia Winery from Kent Island will sell both Red and White varieties of wine and of course there will be a beer truck.

Point Lookout Lighthouse Open House (Scotland)
Tour one of the most haunted lighthouses in the U.S. Beautiful views from the lantern room. Talk with a former resident; docents available to answer your questions. Entrance to lighthouse is free - State Park charges entrance fee to get into park.

Defenders Day at North Point (Fort Howard)
Commemorate the Battle of North Point at the annual re-enactment where British troops invaded in 1814.

Sykesville Chili & Beer Festival (Sykesville)
Chili cook-off with tastings for everyone; assortment of beers, live music, craft vendors and more.

Silver Spring Jazz Festival (Silver Spring)
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band headlines the 11th Annual Silver Spring Jazz Festival on September 6th, 2014. 3:30-10:30pm, Veterans Plaza (Corner of Ellsworth and Fenton St.)

2014 National Treaty of Paris Festival (Annapolis)
The festival will be focused on the Treaty of Paris Period (1783-87), the time between the Revolutionary War and the Constitution. It covers all of the major events between the the signing of the Treaty of Paris in 1783 and the 1787 Constitutional Convention, including George Washington's resignation from the Army (1783), the ratification of the Treaty of Paris (1784),the appointment of Thomas Jefferson as a minister to France.

Skydive for a Cure III (Churchville)
On September 6, 2014, the Brigance Brigade Foundation will team up with Aberdeen-resident Justin Coulter for the 3rd annual Skydive for a Cure, which aims to raise funds to benefit victims of ALS. Attendees will be dropping from the sky with the help of professional skydivers from Skydive Baltimore and landing in the ‘Drop Zone,’ a party featuring live music, food vendors, raffles, carnival games and exciting activities for kids. Funds raised at this event will be donated to Brigance Brigade.

Kids Nearly New Fall Sales I & II (West Friendship)
140 booth spaces filled with families selling their kids stuff...NB-teen sizes, clothing, toys, shoes, coats, 1000s books, everything for your child, great selection, brand names, good condition, FUN

What's in Your Attic? (Bel Air)
The Historical Society will sponsor an appraisal fair at the Bel Air Armory, featuring more than 20 professional appraisers from throughout the state. For just $10 per item, you can come & learn the history and value of your family’s heirlooms.

Ed Sheeran (Columbia)
Blending soulful vocals with organic folk introspection and irresistible hip-hop hooks, Ed Sheeran is a genuine global phenomenon. The 23-year old British singer/songwriter's masterful debut album, "+," entered the UK Albums Chart at #1 with the highest opening sales figures for a debut male solo artist ever and is now certified 6x platinum. Fueled by international hit singles like "The A Team" and "Lego House," "+" has enjoyed multi-platinum, platinum, and gold sales in nine countries around the world. Reserved Pavilion $55.00 · Lawn $40.00


41st Annual, Catonsville Arts and Crafts Festival (Catonsville)
Now in its 41st year, the Catonsville Arts and Crafts Festival runs along both sides of Frederick Road between the Ingleside-Bloomsbury corner and Melvin Avenue and attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year. 

Takoma Park Folk Festival (Takoma Park)
Enjoy music and dance from around the world on seven stages. Visit the Grassy Nook Stage for activities designed for children of all ages. The Festival’s juried crafts show showcases the diverse talents of many artisans and craftspeople who live in Takoma Park and the region.

2nd Annual Seersucker and Sundresses Garden Party (Baltimore)
Join us at H. P. Rawlings Conservatory in historic Druid Hill Park for a delightful fun-filled afternoon in our garden with live music, light picnic fare, croquet provided by the Baltimore Croquet Club, plus full access to the conservatory and grounds. Watch teams play croquet, or join in yourself. Tickets are Adults $35; Children (0-12) $10; Family (up to 2 adults) $70.

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