Weekends on Wednesdays

Christmas on the Potomac Featuring ICE!

This Weekend:

Christmas on the Potomac Featuring ICE! (Fort Washington)
An incredible walk-through, hand-carved holiday attraction made of 2 million pounds of ice!

Waterfowl Festival (Easton)
A wildlife art and sportsman's expo; celebration of small towns and a commitment to conservation.

Sea Glass Weekend (Grasonville)
Fall Sea Glass Vendor Fair! This event happens twice a year- Spring & Fall! Over a dozen vendors selling their Sea Glass creations. For more info call the Queen Anne's County Office of Tourism at (410)604-2100

Soul to Soul: A Gospel Music Extravaganza to Build Bridges Across the Community (Frederick)
Come join us to explore gospel - the uniquely American music that will have your feet tapping and your hands clapping! Artist and composer Dr. Robert Jefferson will lead our musical journey as we experience singing and playing music in authentic gospel style. A concert closes this 3 day workshop.

Mary Poppins (Columbia)
Featuring the irresistible story and unforgettable songs from one of the most popular Disney films of all time, plus brand-new breathtaking dance numbers and spectacular stage-craft, MARY POPPINS is everything you could ever want in a hit Broadway show! So get swept up in the fun of this high-flying musical.

Wake Up Brother Bear (Bethesda)
This audience-favorite show is back from hibernation! Watch as Brother and Sister Bear experience a full year of glorious seasons. Together we see a waterfall melt, meet a butterfly, chase an elusive fish, and skate on an icy pond. Children are invited to join the action with a small bag of props.

Brick Nation, A Lego Fan event (Jessup)
Brick Nation, a Lego Fan event for enthusiast of all ages, is being created to increase awareness of the fact that science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) are all in play when it comes to LEGO and other construction toys. Families will participate in unique Lego building activities and attractions. 

Symphony of Lights (Columbia)
The Symphony of Lights, a holiday tradition delighting all ages, is a dazzling, 20-30 minute, drive-through display of more than 75 larger-than-life, light creations illuminated by a fantasy of color, design, and animation.

Tiny Tim's Christmas Carol (Glen Echo)
 Tiny Tim attempts to save the day when Mr. Scrooge insists that his father, Bob Crachit, work on Christmas Day. At the Adventure Theatre MTC


Holiday Preview (Mt. Airy)
A night of seasonal cheer as Mt. Airy downtown shops preview their Holiday displays and merchandise. Shops will offer wine and refreshments. Entertainers perform live music and crafters demonstrate their artistry.

An Evening with Marla Singer (Annapolis)
A very successful singer and dancer, Marla will also share stories and songs from her career in some of the most popular Broadway shows in history. Your evening also includes half-price valet parking ($10), a specially priced cabaret menu and a coupon for a drink.

Stories Around the Campfire (Baltimore)
Gather around the campfire to hear stories and learn about the art of storytelling. Feel free to bring a short story or instrument! Ages 5 and up, (rain date November 15th)

Holiday Gallery Stroll (Thurmont)
November 14th from 6pm-9pm on Main Street. Rebecca Pearl will unveil her two new portraits Cozy Restaurant and Trinity United Church of Christ. Yemi will have a genre of his Thurmont artwork along with Joann & Nancy selling great mural items for Christmas gifts! Great Musical entertainment by Paul 


Domino Day at the Maryland Science Center (Baltimore)
Witness over 12,000 dominoes of different sizes and colors zigzag, spiral, climb up stairs, across tables, fall in collapsing pyramids and much more.

Wildlife Holiday Bazaar (Laurel)
Find unique gifts and at the same time support both the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center and the Patuxent Research Refuge. No Registration Necessary!

Weekly Cleaning Habits (Westminster)
In the 1800’s keeping clean was difficult. Did people brush their teeth? How about bathing in a bathtub? Come to this class and experience it for yourself! Yes, we will be brushing our teeth with homemade toothpaste and sticks! 

Best Buddies 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run (Cockeysville)
On 11/15/2014 more than 500 runners and walkers will gather at Oregon Ridge Park to join our Army of Inclusion and support the 5K and 1-mile Fun Run to benefit Best Buddies Maryland. Race management provided by Charm City Run Events. $30 fee includes BB5K race shirt, food and beverages

Rocksgiving Fishing Tournament (Annapolis)
Chesapeake Harbour Marina is proud to announce Rocksgiving, Annapolis' premiere Striped Bass Fishing Tournament.

Twig Wreath Workshop (Catonsville)
Create a unique decoration while enjoying hot cocoa and company. This beautiful twig wreath enhanced with other natural products from the park is perfect to decorate your home. Bring a wire coat hanger and pruning clippers. Adults and children 12+. Advance registration required.

Navy vs. Georgia Southern (Annapolis)
Watch Navy face off against Georgia Southern at U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.

Towson University Family Art Day! (Towson)
Towson University Community Art Center:Family Art Day Saturday, November 15, 2014, 12:00 – 3:00 Towson University, Center for the Arts, Atrium Admission is Free and Open to the Public. (All ages welcome!) Experience the joy of thinking like an Artist! 

Harvest of the Empire Screening (Mount Rainier)
Mount Rainier Elementary School and the Office of Diversity of Prince George's County Public Schools are hosting a screening of Harvest of the Empire, an award-winning documentary on immigration. A brief talk and discussion following the film will be lead by director Eduardo Lopez.

32nd Annual Towson University Turkey Run 5K and 1 Mile Walk (Towson)
The challenging 5K course will take participants through Towson University's beautiful campus. Bring family and friends to register for the TU Turkey Run event. All ages and abilities are welcome!

A Taste of History: Colonial Foods (Annapolis)
Come explore the tastes and smells of colonial foods through colonial ingredients and recipes. The program includes a make-and take activity that will bring colonial foods into your own kitchen! 


Ghost Brothers of Darkland County (Baltimore)
The staging of Ghost Brothers is an amalgam of different styles – both old fashioned, resembling an old-style radio show, and yet, modern and unique in its interactive use of storytelling, music and singing to move the macabre Ghost Brothers story forward. 

Gemini Piano Trio Concert (Columbia)
Come take another journey with the Gemini Piano Trio! Together, we’ll indulge in the decadently emotional extremes of the Romantics, and be energized by the cutting-edge chamber music of our time

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