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November 2, 2019

Highlighted Events

Environment - Maryland Commission on Climate Change

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Monday, November 16, 2020

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Adaptation and Resiliency Work Group (ARWG) Meeting
The Maryland Commission on Climate Change Adaptation and Resiliency Work Group (ARWG) meets at the Department of Natural Resources, 580 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401. All meetings are open to the public; nearest parking is at the Naval Academy stadium on Taylor Ave.

https://mde.maryland.gov/programs/Air/ClimateChange/MCCC/Pages/ARWG.aspx
Department of Natural Resources

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Budget & Management - Maryland State Jobs

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

11:00 AM - 2:00 PM Maryland University of Integrative Health Career Fair
Maryland University of Integrative Health’s 1st Annual Career Fair- Current students, alumni, employers and professional associations in the integrative health field that correspond to our graduate programs in:

Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (doctoral and master’s programs)
Master of Science in Yoga Therapy
Doctor of Clinical Nutrition
Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health
Master of Arts in Health and Wellness Coaching
Master of Science in Health Promotion (population health and wellness programming)
Master of Science in Therapeutic Herbalism (concentrations in Clinical Herbalism and Herbal Product Design)

Health - KISS

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Montgomery County
Safe Kids Inspection Station
14111 Georgia Ave.
Aspen Hill, MD


By appointment only.  Call 240-777-2223 or visit http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/mcsafeto make an appointment.Please pre-install your car seat(s) to the best of you ability, and bring your vehicle and car seat manuals with you to the event. 

Safe Kids Montgomery County car seat events are for Montgomery County residents only.
 Non-Montgomery County residents may participate in Fitzgerald Auto Mall events, held monthly (March-December) in Rockville, with no appointment necessary.   

Insurance Administration - Outreach Events

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

8:00 AM - 3:00 PM 15th Annual Pythias A. and Virginia Jones African American Community Forum on Memory Loss - Baltimore
Event Location: New Psalmist Baptist Church

Learn more about insurance issues or get help with insurance problems. LOCATION: 6020 Mariam Dr, Baltimore, MD 21215, USA
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Get Connected 2019 - Germantown
Event Location: Montgomery County Department of Health & Human Services

Learn more about insurance issues or get help with insurance problems. LOCATION: 12900 Middlebrook Road, Germantown, MD 20874, USA
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM Get Connected 2019 - Silver Spring
Event Location: Montgomery County Department of Health & Human Services

Learn more about insurance issues or get help with insurance problems. LOCATION: 8818 Georgia Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20910, USA
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM Get Connected: Special Needs Resources Fair - Baltimore
Event Location: St. Elizabeth School

Learn more about insurance issues or get help with insurance problems. LOCATION: 801 Argonne Dr, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Maryland Health Benefit Exchange "Get Connected" Event - Columbia
Event Location: Howard County Health Department

Learn more about insurance issues or get help with insurance problems. LOCATION: 8930 Stanford Blvd, Columbia, MD 21045, USA

Office of Tourism

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day "In the Moment" Watercolor paintings by Bonita Glaser (Multi-Day Event)
Artists' Gallery's featured artist for October is Bonita Glaser Her Watercolor paintings are on display from October 1 through November 3 with a free reception October 5 from 1-3pm.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism

Phone:410-461-2944
WebSite:http://www.artistsgalleryec.com
2613 Liter Drive
All Day Fall Fun Festival at Gavers Farm (Multi-Day Event)
Enjoy fall on the farm by conquering the twists and turns of the corn maze, jumping on the giant pillow, petting and feeding the farm animals and cruising down the giant slides. Enjoy more than 50 attractions, appropriate for any age
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism

Phone:301-865-3515
WebSite:https://gaverfarm.com/
5501 Detrick Rd

Office of Tourism - Civil War

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Guided Tour of the Historic Tudor Hall (Multi-Day Event)
Tour the grounds & 1st floor of Tudor Hall, home of Shakespearian actors Edwin Booth & John Wilkes Booth. $5 cash ages 13 yrs & older.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage

Phone:443-619-0008
WebSite:http://spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com/
17 Tudor Ln
Commemorating 155 Years of Emancipation in Maryland
On November 1, 1864, Maryland became the first and only border state to abolish slavery. This bold move signaled the continued demise of slavery, by citizen vote. Join Monocacy National Battlefield at present day Best Farm for a powerful program.
Event Time:11am-12N Best Farm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-662-3515
WebSite:https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?id=D665F2DC-DD79-99A0-52548462B2DCB36D
5201 Urbana Pike
Jubilee Voices at Button Farm
The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices joins Button Farm Living History Center for a celebration of Maryland Emancipation Day, commemorating 155 years of freedom in Maryland. Enjoy a performance of traditional African American music by the Voices.
Event Time:2:30-3:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Civil War
History & Heritage

Phone:301-587-3835
WebSite:http://revelsdc.org/2019/nov2-jubilee-voices-button-farm/
16820 Black Rock Rd
Significance of Emancipation in Maryland in the Civil War.
C. Burr Artz Library will host a program about the Significance of Emancipation in Maryland during the Civil War in the afternoon following the 11am event at Monocacy National Battlefield's Best Farm.
Event Time:2-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-662-3515
WebSite:https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?id=D665F2DC-DD79-99A0-52548462B2DCB36D
110 E Patrick St

Office of Tourism - Fairs & Festivals

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Christmas in the Woods Craft Show (Multi-Day Event)
Get yourself in the holiday spirit by visiting Christmas in the Woods craft show. It's not just all about Christmas. There are Maryland themed items, sports photos, home decor, decorated trees, ornaments, jewelry, nautical items, and so much more.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:443-829-5902
WebSite:http://www.christmasinthewoods.com/
556 Baltimore Pike
All Day Apples & Pumpkins & More! It's fall at Larriland Farm (Multi-Day Event)
Pick Your own apples, pumpkins and root vegetables. Take hayrides around the farm. Enjoy the Childrens' Hay maze and little tykes' Boo Barn. Pricing is per event.
Event Time:9am-5pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:410-489-7034
WebSite:http://www.pickyourown.com
2415 WOODBINE ROAD
All Day First Sunday Arts Festival - Annapolis (Multi-Day Event)
Shop from 130 local and regional artists, eat at outdoor cafes and food trucks and enjoy entertainment throughout the event on the first Sunday of each month, May through November, on West St. Friendly leashed pets welcome. Free.
Event Time:11am-5pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:410-858-5884
WebSite:http://www.firstsundayarts.com
West Street and Calvert Street (Intersection)
All Day Howard County Crafts Spectacular (Multi-Day Event)
Featuring several hundred crafters sharing their talents. All items are hand-crafted with more than 270 crafters this year. Magic Shows at 11am and 12:30pm Sat/Sun only. Rain or shine.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:301-271-4432
WebSite:http://www.atozcrafts.net
2210 Fairgrounds Rd
All Day Six Flags America - Fright Fest (Multi-Day Event)
Enjoy the spookiness of Thrills by Day and Fright by Night, There is no "leisurely stroll" during Fright Fest. And terror isn't confined to Haunted Attractions. Weekends and other select dates through Nov 3.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:301-867-0264
WebSite:https://www.sixflags.com/america/special-events/fright-fest-night
13710 Central Ave
All Day St. Mark Orthodox Church Ethnic Food Festival (Multi-Day Event)
Known for its delicious Russian and other Eastern European food specialties, this food festival is a "must visit" for people interested in expanding their palette or remembering the food their grandmother made.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink

Phone:703-266-1067
WebSite:https://stmarkoca.org/food-festival-bazaar/
7124 River Road
All Day Sultana Downrigging Weekend Tall Ship and Wooden Boat Festival (Multi-Day Event)
Visit historic Chestertown for the Mid-Atlantic's largest annual gathering of tall ships, schooners and historic wooden boats,with public sails, musical performances, maritime talks, food, family-friendly activities by Sultana Education Foundation.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
History & Heritage
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:410-778-5954
WebSite:http://sultanaeducation.org/public-programs/sultana-public-sails/downrigging-weekend-2/
10151 Mill Hollow Lane
Breakerspace - A Maryland STEM Festival Event
Explore how things work by taking them apart! Broken/old telephones, clocks, keyboards, and small electronics are available for kids to take apart. Under age 8 should be accompanied by an adult. Supported by Norrisville Friends Harford Cty Library.
Event Time:10:30-11:30am
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Miscellaneous

Phone:4106927850
WebSite:https://marylandstemfestival.org/39-events/570-breakerspace
5310 Norrisville Rd
Emancipation Day Celebration at Button Farm Living History Center
Celebrate the day in 1864 when Maryland changed its constitution to abolish slavery during the Civil War. Button Farm commemorates 155 years of freedom in Maryland with music, food, and history. The Washington Revels Jubilee Singers perform.
Event Time:12N-4pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural

Phone:240.579.5112
WebSite:https://buttonfarm.org/event/emancipation-day-3
16820 Black Rock Rd
Fall Back Ciders, Spirits & Wine Fest
More than 25 cideries, distilleries & wineries will provide unlimited responsible sampling alongside great local food and live music from Springbrooke and Juvenile Characteristics. A few more surprises are in store as well!
Event Time:1-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-259-1991
WebSite:https://www.fallbackwinefest.com/
7313 Sharpsburg Pike
Illuminate Annapolis Mind-Body-Spirit-Arts Fest
Enjoy fine local holistic practitioners, products & artisans. Shop, sample & relax, while practitioners offer mini sessions. Try an intuitive reading. Find crystals, jewelry, essential oils, spa products, gifts & artwork. Free workshops, too.
Event Time:10am-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural
Miscellaneous

Phone:575-519-5883
WebSite:https://www.illuminatefestivals.com/annapolis/
101 College Parkway
Kitty Knight Fall Festival
Join us at the Kitty Knight for an afternoon of holiday shopping and fun as we feature local vendors and host wineries from Rivers to Canal with wine tastings.
Event Time:3-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink

Phone:410-648-5200
WebSite:https://www.facebook.com/events/426108061350278/
14028 Augustine Herman Hwy
November First Saturday in Downtown Frederick
First Saturday means all day activities, late-night shopping and dining, live music on the street, and a free trolley to guide your way. During November First Saturday, celebrate the start of the Holiday Season in Downtown Frederick.
Event Time:5-9pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:301-698-8118
WebSite:https://downtownfrederick.org/event-pro/november-first-saturday/
Downtown Frederick
Oyster & Brew Festival on Tilghman Island
Enjoy a day by the water, slurping oysters and sipping craft brews. This waterfront event features oysters and other foods, craft beer, live music, and more.
Event Time:12N-4pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
History & Heritage

Phone:410-886-9200
WebSite:https://phillipswharf.org/events/oyster-jam/
6129 Tilghman Island Road
Sandy Spring Slave Museum Celebrates Emancipation Day with Jazz Ensembles
Celebrate Emancipation Day with an afternoon of Music and Arts. Enjoy performances by Howard University's premier Jazz Musicians featuring AFRO BLUE and the Howard University Jazz Ensemble.
Event Time:11am-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural

Phone:301-774-4066
WebSite:https://www.sandyspringslavemuseum.org/events-programs
18524 Brooke Rd
Star Bright Farm Fall Festival
A Star Bright Farm gathering to share in food, drinks and entertainment. The farm market will be open for those who would like to shop around for a personal treat. Eat, drink, listen to live music, and enjoy a fall afternoon at the farm.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:410.303.8030
WebSite:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fall-festival-tickets-75704362787?aff=erelexpmlt
2950 Garrett Rd
Swedish Festival and Bazaar - More than just Meatballs!
Enjoy imported Swedish foods and gifts, traditional Scandinavian musicians, and Swedish homemade baked goods. Smorgasbord includes traditional pea soup, Swedish meatballs and red potatoes, open-faced sandwiches, and traditional desserts.
Event Time:11am-2:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
Multicultural

Phone:571-224-6044
WebSite:http://www.drott-lodge.org
11815 Seven Locks Road

Office of Tourism - Food & Drink

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Everybody's Quilt Guild, "Fall Harvest of Quilts" Quilt Show (Multi-Day Event)
*NEW LOCATION AND NEW DATES* Quilt Show with Quilted items Silent Auction, Raffle Quilt, Raffle Basket, Vendors, Boutique & Members Tables. Refreshments and Lite Fare. FOLLOW US on FACEBOOK @ Everybody's Quilt Guild Events.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
Food & Drink
Miscellaneous

Phone:814-404-5166
WebSite:https://www.facebook.com/events/pleasant-valley-volunteer-fire-company/everybodys-quilt-guild-fall-harvest-of-quilts-show/856845094715539/
2030 South Pleasant Valley Road
All Day St. Mark Orthodox Church Ethnic Food Festival (Multi-Day Event)
Known for its delicious Russian and other Eastern European food specialties, this food festival is a "must visit" for people interested in expanding their palette or remembering the food their grandmother made.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink

Phone:703-266-1067
WebSite:https://stmarkoca.org/food-festival-bazaar/
7124 River Road
Fall Back Ciders, Spirits & Wine Fest
More than 25 cideries, distilleries & wineries will provide unlimited responsible sampling alongside great local food and live music from Springbrooke and Juvenile Characteristics. A few more surprises are in store as well!
Event Time:1-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-259-1991
WebSite:https://www.fallbackwinefest.com/
7313 Sharpsburg Pike
Kitty Knight Fall Festival
Join us at the Kitty Knight for an afternoon of holiday shopping and fun as we feature local vendors and host wineries from Rivers to Canal with wine tastings.
Event Time:3-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink

Phone:410-648-5200
WebSite:https://www.facebook.com/events/426108061350278/
14028 Augustine Herman Hwy
Oyster & Brew Festival on Tilghman Island
Enjoy a day by the water, slurping oysters and sipping craft brews. This waterfront event features oysters and other foods, craft beer, live music, and more.
Event Time:12N-4pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
History & Heritage

Phone:410-886-9200
WebSite:https://phillipswharf.org/events/oyster-jam/
6129 Tilghman Island Road
Swedish Festival and Bazaar - More than just Meatballs!
Enjoy imported Swedish foods and gifts, traditional Scandinavian musicians, and Swedish homemade baked goods. Smorgasbord includes traditional pea soup, Swedish meatballs and red potatoes, open-faced sandwiches, and traditional desserts.
Event Time:11am-2:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
Multicultural

Phone:571-224-6044
WebSite:http://www.drott-lodge.org
11815 Seven Locks Road

Office of Tourism - History & Heritage

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Día de los Muertos (Multi-Day Event)
The museum’s community altar will be on display for two weeks leading up to our Día de los Muertos Community Celebration on November 2. We invite members of the public to bring items to place on the altar, in honor of loved ones who have passed.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:410-547-9000
WebSite:https://thewalters.org/event/ofrenda/
600 N Charles Street
All Day Guided Tour of the Historic Tudor Hall (Multi-Day Event)
Tour the grounds & 1st floor of Tudor Hall, home of Shakespearian actors Edwin Booth & John Wilkes Booth. $5 cash ages 13 yrs & older.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage

Phone:443-619-0008
WebSite:http://spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com/
17 Tudor Ln
All Day Sultana Downrigging Weekend Tall Ship and Wooden Boat Festival (Multi-Day Event)
Visit historic Chestertown for the Mid-Atlantic's largest annual gathering of tall ships, schooners and historic wooden boats,with public sails, musical performances, maritime talks, food, family-friendly activities by Sultana Education Foundation.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
History & Heritage
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:410-778-5954
WebSite:http://sultanaeducation.org/public-programs/sultana-public-sails/downrigging-weekend-2/
10151 Mill Hollow Lane
Commemorating 155 Years of Emancipation in Maryland
On November 1, 1864, Maryland became the first and only border state to abolish slavery. This bold move signaled the continued demise of slavery, by citizen vote. Join Monocacy National Battlefield at present day Best Farm for a powerful program.
Event Time:11am-12N Best Farm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-662-3515
WebSite:https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?id=D665F2DC-DD79-99A0-52548462B2DCB36D
5201 Urbana Pike
Día de los Muertos
Understanding a beloved Mexican tradition through music. Come celebrate life and remember those who have passed with this beautiful program.
Event Time:8-10pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-258-6394
WebSite:https://www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recreation/performing-arts/concerts/classic-world-concerts/d-a-de-los-muertos
311 Kent Square Road
Genealogy Lock-In
Join researchers from across the Mid-Atlantic region as we assist novice and experienced investigators delve deeper into how to access available resources. Registration fee includes conference admission, pizza, snacks, and free secure parking.
Event Time:3-10pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
History & Heritage

Phone:301-797-8782
WebSite:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/genealogy-lock-in-tickets-71802054879
100 S. Potomac St.
Jubilee Voices at Button Farm
The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices joins Button Farm Living History Center for a celebration of Maryland Emancipation Day, commemorating 155 years of freedom in Maryland. Enjoy a performance of traditional African American music by the Voices.
Event Time:2:30-3:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Civil War
History & Heritage

Phone:301-587-3835
WebSite:http://revelsdc.org/2019/nov2-jubilee-voices-button-farm/
16820 Black Rock Rd
Oyster & Brew Festival on Tilghman Island
Enjoy a day by the water, slurping oysters and sipping craft brews. This waterfront event features oysters and other foods, craft beer, live music, and more.
Event Time:12N-4pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
History & Heritage

Phone:410-886-9200
WebSite:https://phillipswharf.org/events/oyster-jam/
6129 Tilghman Island Road
Preservation Techniques and Informal Appraisal
Join appraiser Todd Peenstra and Collections Manager Joseph Sherren to get an appraisal of your small, decorative historical objects, and learn how to properly care for them. For larger items, please bring a photograph.
Event Time:1-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-377-7817
WebSite:http://pgparks.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=7331&month=11&year=2019&day=2&calType=0
9650 Muirkirk Rd
Preservation Techniques and Informal Appraisal
Join appraiser Todd Peenstra and Collections Manager Joseph Sherren to get an appraisal of your small, decorative historical objects, and learn how to properly care for them. For larger items, please bring a photograph.
Event Time:1-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-377-7817
WebSite:http://pgparks.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=7331&month=11&year=2019&day=2&calType=0
9650 Muirkirk Rd
Significance of Emancipation in Maryland in the Civil War.
C. Burr Artz Library will host a program about the Significance of Emancipation in Maryland during the Civil War in the afternoon following the 11am event at Monocacy National Battlefield's Best Farm.
Event Time:2-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-662-3515
WebSite:https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?id=D665F2DC-DD79-99A0-52548462B2DCB36D
110 E Patrick St

Office of Tourism - Literary Arts

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

One Maryland One Book 2019 Author at Brilliant Baltimore
Maryland Humanities welcomes pediatrician Mona Hanna-Attisha, who helped expose the lead in Flint, Michigan’s water. The author of WHAT THE EYES DON'T SEE: A STORY OF CRISIS, RESISTANCE, AND HOPE IN AN AMERICAN CITY will discuss her book.
Event Time:12N-1pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Literary Arts

Phone:410-685-0095
WebSite:https://www.mdhumanities.org/programs/one-maryland-one-book/2019-one-maryland-one-book/2019-author-tour/
701 East Pratt Street

Office of Tourism - Miscellaneous

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Everybody's Quilt Guild, "Fall Harvest of Quilts" Quilt Show (Multi-Day Event)
*NEW LOCATION AND NEW DATES* Quilt Show with Quilted items Silent Auction, Raffle Quilt, Raffle Basket, Vendors, Boutique & Members Tables. Refreshments and Lite Fare. FOLLOW US on FACEBOOK @ Everybody's Quilt Guild Events.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
Food & Drink
Miscellaneous

Phone:814-404-5166
WebSite:https://www.facebook.com/events/pleasant-valley-volunteer-fire-company/everybodys-quilt-guild-fall-harvest-of-quilts-show/856845094715539/
2030 South Pleasant Valley Road
Breakerspace - A Maryland STEM Festival Event
Explore how things work by taking them apart! Broken/old telephones, clocks, keyboards, and small electronics are available for kids to take apart. Under age 8 should be accompanied by an adult. Supported by Norrisville Friends Harford Cty Library.
Event Time:10:30-11:30am
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Miscellaneous

Phone:4106927850
WebSite:https://marylandstemfestival.org/39-events/570-breakerspace
5310 Norrisville Rd
Fall Back Ciders, Spirits & Wine Fest
More than 25 cideries, distilleries & wineries will provide unlimited responsible sampling alongside great local food and live music from Springbrooke and Juvenile Characteristics. A few more surprises are in store as well!
Event Time:1-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-259-1991
WebSite:https://www.fallbackwinefest.com/
7313 Sharpsburg Pike
Friends of Patuxent Wildlife Holiday Bazaar
Shop for wild and not-so-wild new and gently-used treasures. Purchase unique gifts and support the Patuxent Research Refuge and Wildlife Center. Attractions include Live Animals, Tram Rides (weather permitting), door prizes, and more.
Event Time:9am-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Nature & Outdoor
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-490-0384
WebSite:https://www.fws.gov/nwrs/threecolumn.aspx?id=2147543412
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop
Illuminate Annapolis Mind-Body-Spirit-Arts Fest
Enjoy fine local holistic practitioners, products & artisans. Shop, sample & relax, while practitioners offer mini sessions. Try an intuitive reading. Find crystals, jewelry, essential oils, spa products, gifts & artwork. Free workshops, too.
Event Time:10am-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural
Miscellaneous

Phone:575-519-5883
WebSite:https://www.illuminatefestivals.com/annapolis/
101 College Parkway
Preservation Techniques and Informal Appraisal
Join appraiser Todd Peenstra and Collections Manager Joseph Sherren to get an appraisal of your small, decorative historical objects, and learn how to properly care for them. For larger items, please bring a photograph.
Event Time:1-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-377-7817
WebSite:http://pgparks.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=7331&month=11&year=2019&day=2&calType=0
9650 Muirkirk Rd
Preservation Techniques and Informal Appraisal
Join appraiser Todd Peenstra and Collections Manager Joseph Sherren to get an appraisal of your small, decorative historical objects, and learn how to properly care for them. For larger items, please bring a photograph.
Event Time:1-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-377-7817
WebSite:http://pgparks.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=7331&month=11&year=2019&day=2&calType=0
9650 Muirkirk Rd

Office of Tourism - Multicultural

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Día de los Muertos (Multi-Day Event)
The museum’s community altar will be on display for two weeks leading up to our Día de los Muertos Community Celebration on November 2. We invite members of the public to bring items to place on the altar, in honor of loved ones who have passed.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:410-547-9000
WebSite:https://thewalters.org/event/ofrenda/
600 N Charles Street
Celebration of International Dance
The Performing Arts Repertory Company (PARC), a non-profit arts organization, will present A Celebration of International Dance with performances by The Ballet Academy, Hua Sha, Carpathia Folk Dance, and more!
Event Time:7:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Multicultural

Phone:301-908-6513
WebSite:http://www.performingarc.org/ticket-sales/
7995 Georgia Ave
Commemorating 155 Years of Emancipation in Maryland
On November 1, 1864, Maryland became the first and only border state to abolish slavery. This bold move signaled the continued demise of slavery, by citizen vote. Join Monocacy National Battlefield at present day Best Farm for a powerful program.
Event Time:11am-12N Best Farm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-662-3515
WebSite:https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?id=D665F2DC-DD79-99A0-52548462B2DCB36D
5201 Urbana Pike
Día de los Muertos
Understanding a beloved Mexican tradition through music. Come celebrate life and remember those who have passed with this beautiful program.
Event Time:8-10pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-258-6394
WebSite:https://www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recreation/performing-arts/concerts/classic-world-concerts/d-a-de-los-muertos
311 Kent Square Road
Emancipation Day Celebration at Button Farm Living History Center
Celebrate the day in 1864 when Maryland changed its constitution to abolish slavery during the Civil War. Button Farm commemorates 155 years of freedom in Maryland with music, food, and history. The Washington Revels Jubilee Singers perform.
Event Time:12N-4pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural

Phone:240.579.5112
WebSite:https://buttonfarm.org/event/emancipation-day-3
16820 Black Rock Rd
Illuminate Annapolis Mind-Body-Spirit-Arts Fest
Enjoy fine local holistic practitioners, products & artisans. Shop, sample & relax, while practitioners offer mini sessions. Try an intuitive reading. Find crystals, jewelry, essential oils, spa products, gifts & artwork. Free workshops, too.
Event Time:10am-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural
Miscellaneous

Phone:575-519-5883
WebSite:https://www.illuminatefestivals.com/annapolis/
101 College Parkway
Sandy Spring Slave Museum Celebrates Emancipation Day with Jazz Ensembles
Celebrate Emancipation Day with an afternoon of Music and Arts. Enjoy performances by Howard University's premier Jazz Musicians featuring AFRO BLUE and the Howard University Jazz Ensemble.
Event Time:11am-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural

Phone:301-774-4066
WebSite:https://www.sandyspringslavemuseum.org/events-programs
18524 Brooke Rd
Significance of Emancipation in Maryland in the Civil War.
C. Burr Artz Library will host a program about the Significance of Emancipation in Maryland during the Civil War in the afternoon following the 11am event at Monocacy National Battlefield's Best Farm.
Event Time:2-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Civil War
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-662-3515
WebSite:https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?id=D665F2DC-DD79-99A0-52548462B2DCB36D
110 E Patrick St
Swedish Festival and Bazaar - More than just Meatballs!
Enjoy imported Swedish foods and gifts, traditional Scandinavian musicians, and Swedish homemade baked goods. Smorgasbord includes traditional pea soup, Swedish meatballs and red potatoes, open-faced sandwiches, and traditional desserts.
Event Time:11am-2:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Food & Drink
Multicultural

Phone:571-224-6044
WebSite:http://www.drott-lodge.org
11815 Seven Locks Road

Office of Tourism - Nature & Outdoor

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Apples & Pumpkins & More! It's fall at Larriland Farm (Multi-Day Event)
Pick Your own apples, pumpkins and root vegetables. Take hayrides around the farm. Enjoy the Childrens' Hay maze and little tykes' Boo Barn. Pricing is per event.
Event Time:9am-5pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:410-489-7034
WebSite:http://www.pickyourown.com
2415 WOODBINE ROAD
All Day Sultana Downrigging Weekend Tall Ship and Wooden Boat Festival (Multi-Day Event)
Visit historic Chestertown for the Mid-Atlantic's largest annual gathering of tall ships, schooners and historic wooden boats,with public sails, musical performances, maritime talks, food, family-friendly activities by Sultana Education Foundation.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
History & Heritage
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:410-778-5954
WebSite:http://sultanaeducation.org/public-programs/sultana-public-sails/downrigging-weekend-2/
10151 Mill Hollow Lane
24th Annual Jug Bay Run/Walk for Wildlife
Run or walk along the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area. Proceeds support research, conservation and nature education in the Patuxent River watershed. Races distances are 10K or 5K with a 3K fun walk. Visit website for more information and to register.
Event Time:9am
Category: Office Of Tourism
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:301-627-7755
WebSite:http://outdoors.pgparks.com/3191/Jug-Bay-Run-For-Wildlife
16000 Croom Airport Rd
Fish for a Cure, Annapolis
Wrap up the striped bass and white perch season with a worthy cause and a great party in Annapolis.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Nature & Outdoor
Sports

Phone:410-279-3639
WebSite:https://www.fishforacure.org/
80 Compromise Street
Friends of Patuxent Wildlife Holiday Bazaar
Shop for wild and not-so-wild new and gently-used treasures. Purchase unique gifts and support the Patuxent Research Refuge and Wildlife Center. Attractions include Live Animals, Tram Rides (weather permitting), door prizes, and more.
Event Time:9am-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Nature & Outdoor
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-490-0384
WebSite:https://www.fws.gov/nwrs/threecolumn.aspx?id=2147543412
10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop
Rock Your Socks 5K
Grab your most colorful socks and run to end homelessness in Baltimore! The Rock Your Socks 5K at Lake Montebello will raise money for Health Care for the Homeless to help children and families secure better health and a safe place to call home.
Event Time:9am
Category: Office Of Tourism
Nature & Outdoor
Sports

Phone:443-703-1336
WebSite:https://giving.hchmd.org/event/2019-rock-your-socks-5k/e238981
Lake Montebello
Star Bright Farm Fall Festival
A Star Bright Farm gathering to share in food, drinks and entertainment. The farm market will be open for those who would like to shop around for a personal treat. Eat, drink, listen to live music, and enjoy a fall afternoon at the farm.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Fairs & Festivals
Nature & Outdoor

Phone:410.303.8030
WebSite:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fall-festival-tickets-75704362787?aff=erelexpmlt
2950 Garrett Rd

Office of Tourism - Performing Arts

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day First Sunday Arts Festival - Annapolis (Multi-Day Event)
Shop from 130 local and regional artists, eat at outdoor cafes and food trucks and enjoy entertainment throughout the event on the first Sunday of each month, May through November, on West St. Friendly leashed pets welcome. Free.
Event Time:11am-5pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:410-858-5884
WebSite:http://www.firstsundayarts.com
West Street and Calvert Street (Intersection)
All Day Little Red's Most Unusual Day (Multi-Day Event)
On a beautiful day, a caped girl sets off to visit her ailing grandmother—but she’s not the only one out for a stroll. You know the traditional “Little Red Riding Hood” story. Now see Lambert Hall’s operatic take on the classic folk tale.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts

Phone:301-258-6394
WebSite:https://www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recreation/performing-arts/theater/little-reds-most-unusual-day
311 Kent Square Road
12:00 AM - MidnightBSO Presents Movie With Orchestra: Ghostbusters (1984)
Bring your proton pack and join the original paranormal investigation and elimination team as they capture their first ghost, with the score performed live by the BSO. Ghostbusters © 1984 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. All rights reserved.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts

Phone:410-783-8021
WebSite:https://www.bsomusic.org/calendar/events/2019-2020-events/movie-with-orchestra-ghostbusters/
1212 Cathedral Street
Celebration of International Dance
The Performing Arts Repertory Company (PARC), a non-profit arts organization, will present A Celebration of International Dance with performances by The Ballet Academy, Hua Sha, Carpathia Folk Dance, and more!
Event Time:7:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Multicultural

Phone:301-908-6513
WebSite:http://www.performingarc.org/ticket-sales/
7995 Georgia Ave
Día de los Muertos
Understanding a beloved Mexican tradition through music. Come celebrate life and remember those who have passed with this beautiful program.
Event Time:8-10pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:301-258-6394
WebSite:https://www.gaithersburgmd.gov/recreation/performing-arts/concerts/classic-world-concerts/d-a-de-los-muertos
311 Kent Square Road
Emancipation Day Celebration at Button Farm Living History Center
Celebrate the day in 1864 when Maryland changed its constitution to abolish slavery during the Civil War. Button Farm commemorates 155 years of freedom in Maryland with music, food, and history. The Washington Revels Jubilee Singers perform.
Event Time:12N-4pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural

Phone:240.579.5112
WebSite:https://buttonfarm.org/event/emancipation-day-3
16820 Black Rock Rd
Half-Scripted, an Improv Comedy Theater Show
See two actors, one with script they must stick to and another actor without a script who must improvise the part. Watch two people desperately try to make sense of something - you know, like life.
Event Time:8-9pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts

Phone:888-745-8393
WebSite:https://www.bigimprov.org
1727 N Charles St
Jubilee Voices at Button Farm
The Washington Revels Jubilee Voices joins Button Farm Living History Center for a celebration of Maryland Emancipation Day, commemorating 155 years of freedom in Maryland. Enjoy a performance of traditional African American music by the Voices.
Event Time:2:30-3:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Civil War
History & Heritage

Phone:301-587-3835
WebSite:http://revelsdc.org/2019/nov2-jubilee-voices-button-farm/
16820 Black Rock Rd
Oleta Adams
The music of Oleta Adams dwells in gospel, while crossing effortlessly into the realms of soul, R&B, urban, and popular music. Adam’s has received four Grammy nominations.
Event Time:8pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts

Phone:410-268-4545
WebSite:http://www.ramsheadonstage.com/event/1849302
33 West St
Sandy Spring Slave Museum Celebrates Emancipation Day with Jazz Ensembles
Celebrate Emancipation Day with an afternoon of Music and Arts. Enjoy performances by Howard University's premier Jazz Musicians featuring AFRO BLUE and the Howard University Jazz Ensemble.
Event Time:11am-6pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Fairs & Festivals
Multicultural

Phone:301-774-4066
WebSite:https://www.sandyspringslavemuseum.org/events-programs
18524 Brooke Rd
Skills for the Working Musician at Strathmore Mansion
Strathmore’s Institute for Artistic & Professional Development, which has proudly supported the budding careers of musicians for over a decade, presents this new daylong series of workshops to help working musicians succeed in the real world.
Event Time:10am, 11:15am, 1pm, 2:15pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts

Phone:301-581-5100
WebSite:https://www.strathmore.org/events-and-tickets/skills-working-musician
5301 Tuckerman Ln

Office of Tourism - Sports

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

Fish for a Cure, Annapolis
Wrap up the striped bass and white perch season with a worthy cause and a great party in Annapolis.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Nature & Outdoor
Sports

Phone:410-279-3639
WebSite:https://www.fishforacure.org/
80 Compromise Street
Rock Your Socks 5K
Grab your most colorful socks and run to end homelessness in Baltimore! The Rock Your Socks 5K at Lake Montebello will raise money for Health Care for the Homeless to help children and families secure better health and a safe place to call home.
Event Time:9am
Category: Office Of Tourism
Nature & Outdoor
Sports

Phone:443-703-1336
WebSite:https://giving.hchmd.org/event/2019-rock-your-socks-5k/e238981
Lake Montebello

Office of Tourism - Visual Arts

Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Saturday, November 02, 2019

All Day Christmas in the Woods Craft Show (Multi-Day Event)
Get yourself in the holiday spirit by visiting Christmas in the Woods craft show. It's not just all about Christmas. There are Maryland themed items, sports photos, home decor, decorated trees, ornaments, jewelry, nautical items, and so much more.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:443-829-5902
WebSite:http://www.christmasinthewoods.com/
556 Baltimore Pike
All Day Día de los Muertos (Multi-Day Event)
The museum’s community altar will be on display for two weeks leading up to our Día de los Muertos Community Celebration on November 2. We invite members of the public to bring items to place on the altar, in honor of loved ones who have passed.
Event Time:
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Multicultural

Phone:410-547-9000
WebSite:https://thewalters.org/event/ofrenda/
600 N Charles Street
All Day Everybody's Quilt Guild, "Fall Harvest of Quilts" Quilt Show (Multi-Day Event)
*NEW LOCATION AND NEW DATES* Quilt Show with Quilted items Silent Auction, Raffle Quilt, Raffle Basket, Vendors, Boutique & Members Tables. Refreshments and Lite Fare. FOLLOW US on FACEBOOK @ Everybody's Quilt Guild Events.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
Food & Drink
Miscellaneous

Phone:814-404-5166
WebSite:https://www.facebook.com/events/pleasant-valley-volunteer-fire-company/everybodys-quilt-guild-fall-harvest-of-quilts-show/856845094715539/
2030 South Pleasant Valley Road
All Day First Sunday Arts Festival - Annapolis (Multi-Day Event)
Shop from 130 local and regional artists, eat at outdoor cafes and food trucks and enjoy entertainment throughout the event on the first Sunday of each month, May through November, on West St. Friendly leashed pets welcome. Free.
Event Time:11am-5pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:410-858-5884
WebSite:http://www.firstsundayarts.com
West Street and Calvert Street (Intersection)
All Day Howard County Crafts Spectacular (Multi-Day Event)
Featuring several hundred crafters sharing their talents. All items are hand-crafted with more than 270 crafters this year. Magic Shows at 11am and 12:30pm Sat/Sun only. Rain or shine.
Event Time:Varies depending on day
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
Fairs & Festivals

Phone:301-271-4432
WebSite:http://www.atozcrafts.net
2210 Fairgrounds Rd
Celebration of International Dance
The Performing Arts Repertory Company (PARC), a non-profit arts organization, will present A Celebration of International Dance with performances by The Ballet Academy, Hua Sha, Carpathia Folk Dance, and more!
Event Time:7:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Performing Arts
Visual Arts
Multicultural

Phone:301-908-6513
WebSite:http://www.performingarc.org/ticket-sales/
7995 Georgia Ave
Fused Glass Square Bowl Sampling Workshop
In this fun sampling workshop, learn basic fused glass techniques and create your own fused glass square bowl. Bring your friends for a fun morning outing. Your creation will be ready for pickup within two weeks.
Event Time:10am-12:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts

Phone:410-730-0075
WebSite:https://hnd-p-ols.spectrumng.net/ColumbiaAssoc/Members/PR/ProgramDetails.aspx?scheduleGuid=ef5744bf-01b6-4ddc-894a-6fc35bb493de&CourseGuid=a6d0d8e5-db50-4d52-bcd0-5ca8663c9356&semesterGuid=2abd8768-5511-4bff-97d0-b4264c9a1ffe&categoryGuid=0d3feb55-b863-418c-80e8-35f5de18535b
6100 Foreland Garth
Holiday Card Making
'Tis the season... to step up your holiday card-making game. Make them early before the hustle and bustle of the season. Learn how to carve your own block to create one-of-a-kind holiday cards.
Event Time:10am-12:30pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts

Phone:410-730-0075
WebSite:https://www.columbiaassociation.org/classes-schedules/art-center/drawing-painting/
6100 Foreland Garth
Painting Exploration on YUPO: Demo
In a step-by-step demonstration of her unique methods and techniques, you will watch as Kathy Daywalt manipulates water-based pigments when painting on synthetic Yupo paper rather than traditional paper.
Event Time:10am-12N
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts

Phone:410-730-0075
WebSite:https://www.columbiaassociation.org/classes-schedules/art-center/drawing-painting/
6100 Foreland Garth
Preservation Techniques and Informal Appraisal
Join appraiser Todd Peenstra and Collections Manager Joseph Sherren to get an appraisal of your small, decorative historical objects, and learn how to properly care for them. For larger items, please bring a photograph.
Event Time:1-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-377-7817
WebSite:http://pgparks.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=7331&month=11&year=2019&day=2&calType=0
9650 Muirkirk Rd
Preservation Techniques and Informal Appraisal
Join appraiser Todd Peenstra and Collections Manager Joseph Sherren to get an appraisal of your small, decorative historical objects, and learn how to properly care for them. For larger items, please bring a photograph.
Event Time:1-3pm
Category: Office Of Tourism
Visual Arts
History & Heritage
Miscellaneous

Phone:301-377-7817
WebSite:http://pgparks.com/Calendar.aspx?EID=7331&month=11&year=2019&day=2&calType=0
9650 Muirkirk Rd

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