WEEKENDS ON WEDNESDAYS
April 29, College Park: Maryland Day has become one of the most popular annual events in the region as the University of Maryland opens up its campus offering more than 400 free events. Throughout Maryland’s 1,250-acre campus, visitors can take tours, explore exhibits and attend demonstrations. Don't miss it!
April 28-30, Annapolis: Ready to get back on the water? The boat show displays catamarans, mono hulls, racing boats, and inflatables. Check out the vessels and spend some time shopping for the latest equipment, including electronics, clothing and other accessories, along with workshops for all levels.
April 28-29, Westminster: Never been to a tractor pull? Check out this family friendly event at the Carroll County Agriculture Center.
April 28-30, Timonium: Over 250 of the best local and national artisans display their handcrafted goods. In addition, check out a number of live art demonstrations and workshops. Get a glimpse of the process behind the creations, enjoy live music from talented local and regional artists and enjoy fun entertainment for the kids.
Beginning April 28, selected dates, Baltimore:
April 29, Cooksville:
April 29, Frederick: Get ready for fun with exhibits, hayrides, animals, food, crafts, children's hands-on crafts, games, family activities, and a tractor pull and this fabulous event!
April 28-30, Baltimore: America's largest student-run three day festival featuring carnival rides, arts and craft vendors, games, contests, an ever-expanding food court, and too much to list here!
Now-May 21, DC: The Gala Theatre presents the U.S. Spanish language premiere of the groundbreaking musical in the multicultural American story.
April 28-29, DC: This annual sale is eagerly anticipated. Carefully curated offerings include rare and hard to find plants as well as tried and true favorites – you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for. In addition tothe unique offerings, experts will be available to answer your trickiest questions.
April 28-29, DC: Each spring exhibitors from around the country convene at the Washington Antiquarian Book Fair, offering both serious collectors and budding enthusiasts rare books, manuscripts, modern first editions, autographs, prints, maps, drawings and other fine ephemera.
April 28-30, Gaithersburg: Over 250 quilts will be displayed along with raffles, children's activities, a silent auction, service projects and demonstrations. Heaven on earth for quilting fans!
April 29, Glen Echo: