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.


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.


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.

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