Editor's Choice Events for Maryland
New Castle, 2018 Warehouse SALE (10/26 - 10/27): Emile Henry, Mauviel, Duralex, Novis and Lekue are back for the tenth annual Factory-to-Table Sale at the New Castle Delaware Centerpoint Blvd warehouse with discounts up to 80 percent off retail pric
Rockville, DC Ski Swap (11/3): A consignment sale of pre-owned, store leases, new ski & snowboard equipment plus 100s of jackets, sb/ski pants, etc. Every thing for snowriders!
Gaithersburg, NATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHOIR CONCERT (11/3): Some concerts (Christmas, occasional benefit events, etc.) require tickets and where that is the case, it is noted on the concert announcement below. Most of our church concerts have free admission w
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Annapolis, 2018 Annapolis First Sunday Arts Festival (5/6 - 11/4): On the first Sunday of every month May through November this festival features arts, crafts, live entertainment and great food in an outdoor arts festival setting.
Annapolis, A Fundraising Event for Priddy Music Academy. (10/27): Priddy Music Academy is raising funds that will enable us to purchase new equipment without raising our class fees for use of our current and future students. Tickets are $10 each.
Annapolis, Barbells for BOOBS (10/27): This fundraising WOD is for every level of athlete looking to help bring awareness to Breast Cancer detection with an emphasis on women and men under the age of 40.
Annapolis, Be On Purpose: A Day for Women Entrepreneurs (11/3): Join us for the First Be On Purpose Day for Women Entrepreneurs! Awesome, helpful information and concepts about growing a business you love. Explore. Experience. Enjoy.
Annapolis, Bountiful Harvest 2018 (11/9): The blue carpet is rolled out for an elegant evening of live music, gourmet tastings from local chefs and carefully curated live, super-silent and silent auctions.
Annapolis, CASAblanca 2018 (11/3): On the evening of November 3, 2018, Anne Arundel County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates)...
Annapolis, Collectors Choice 2018 (10/28): Collector's Choice is going golden! Come celebrate with us - where one ticket admits two people for food, drinks, and one amazing piece of art!
Annapolis, DoD At Senior Stroll (11/3): Browse local vendors, have delicious food, and enjoy a leisurely stroll as we kick off the beginning of adopt-a-senior month. We'll be there to help support Senior Dog Sanctuary.
Annapolis, Drag Queen Brunch (10/27): Come on down to Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant on October 27th for a fun filled day of Good Food, Strong Drinks, Fabulous Queens, and an all around good time!
Annapolis, Make an Impression (10/27): Make jewelry where art imitates nature…in-fact uses it to create quiet an impression! We welcome Markella Magoulas owner of Allekram Designs on Saturday Oct. 27th to the studio.
Annapolis, Midnight Madness at Historic Annapolis (11/6 - 12/20): Join us for this holiday tradition where Annapolis adorns the streets and storefronts with holiday decorations, trees, garland, and snowflakes, and stores stay open until midnight! Be sure to visit th
Annapolis, Paint and Wine NIGHT (10/28): This witch kitty is purrfect for your wall decor! Feel free to bring wine, 1 bottle per group of 2 or 3. 5pm-7pm. $30
Annapolis, Recovery Art Warrior Workshop (10/27): Join Artist and Survivor Robin Gilliam for this powerful exploration into the healing process of expressive arts for survivors of trauma and addiction.
Annapolis, Riverbay Halloween Bash (10/26): Join us for our Halloween Bash! We will have CASH prizes for best overall costume & best couples costume - you must be present to win!
Annapolis, The Babylon Line, by Richard Greenberg (10/19 - 11/10): Teacher Aaron Port leads an adult-ed creative writing course at the local high school. As his students take on multiple roles as characters in each other’s stories, the audience is gifted with an enga
Annapolis, The Barber of Seville (11/2 - 11/4): Follow the escapades of Figaro, as he helps Count Almaviva woo the lovely Rosina in Rossini’s perfectly honed Barber.
Annapolis, The Ins and Outs of Estate Planning (11/3): Your are invited to attend a complimentary seminar discussing the ins and out of estate planning. There will be ample time for questions. Light refreshments will be served.
Annapolis, Trunk or Treat! (10/27): At Trunk or Treat, we celebrate Fall as a community. One Saturday every Fall, this free, family-friendly event rolls around with trunk or treating, candy, games, food and a whole lot of fun.
Annapolis, Visionary Forum - Staying the Course (11/10): Regardless of whether you just arrived at the starting line, considering a lane change, or close to the finish line, staying on course is crucial. Proper planning is a must.
Baltimore, 13th Annual Jazz Brunch (11/11): The Columbia (MD) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated in collaboration with The Links Foundation, Incorporated is hosting the 13th Annual Jazz Brunch.
Baltimore, 2018 IAAC Awards (11/10): Many of the most influential people are overcomers who continue to give and help change the lives of others and have never been honored to thank them for making the choice to reach back.
Baltimore, 2018 Women’s Day (11/4): Save the date to join us for the 2018 Women's Day Service. More details to come!!!
Baltimore, 3rd Annual Hope for the Homeless (10/28): Our 3rd Annual Hope for the Homeless raises support for Churches for Streets of Hope's Men's Cold Weather Shelter right here in Southeast Baltimore County. Good food. Live Music. A Great Cause.
Baltimore, 5 Star Dinner at Ruth Chris (10/27): 3rd Annual 5 Star Dinner will be held Saturday Oct. 27 at Ruth's Chris Steak House - Baltimore - Pier 5 Come join us for a 5 star dining experience. The dress is semi-formal.
Baltimore, 5th Annual Monster BASH! (10/26): NO BOO'S, JUST BOOZE! Who doesn't love a good costume party? We sure do! Join us for our 5th Annual Monster Bash on Friday, October 26th!
Baltimore, Americas First Factory Town (11/11): New England’s late 18th and early 19th century textile mills have long been seen as the originators of the American Industrial Revolution. Is it true?
Baltimore, Annual Memorial Mass (11/4): We will be celebrating our Annual Memorial Mass on Sunday, November 4th at the 11:30 Mass. We encourage all parishioners to join us as we honor those who have passed during the last year.
Baltimore, APTA of Maryland (11/3): APTAs of DC and Maryland Annual Conference Registration is Now Open! November 3rd is the date so get ready to energize and invigorate.
Baltimore, Audubon Habitat Team (11/3): Habitat Garden Volunteers Needed! Bird habitat in Patterson Park needs your help! These native gardens provide food and homes for wildlife and learning spaces for students.
Baltimore, Bahari Sisters 4th Annual Fundraiser (10/27): Join us for a festive evening with Lite Fare, the distinctive sound of the Morgan State University Jazz Band, Kenyan Jewelry PopUp, and Silent Auction!
Baltimore, Baking Witchcraft for Wizards and Witches (10/27): A class for young witches and wizards (and a parent!) to work some baking magic together. We will start with basic kitchen and wand safety, and cover the essentials of spell-work in the kitchen.
Baltimore, Bees for BARCS (10/27): Our Eighth Grade Community Life Captains are pleased to share our school-wide fundraiser to support the Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter (BARCS).
Baltimore, Big Work: A Documentary Play by Bergstrom and Marple (10/26): Big Work is a documentary play that weaves together verbatim excerpts of interviews with 17 strangers into a modern day meditation on the American Dream and how we define success and ourselves in the
Baltimore, Big Work: A Documentary Play by Bergstrom and Marple (10/27): Big Work is a documentary play that weaves together verbatim excerpts of interviews with 17 strangers into a modern day meditation on the American Dream and how we define success and ourselves in the
Baltimore, Bike Party: Halloween Ride! (10/26): We know you've been waiting for it. Next month we are throwing the BIGGEST, SCARIEST, MONSTERIEST bike party of the year! A big ride calls for an even bigger party.
Baltimore, Bull & Oyster Roast (11/10): Cap off our 2018 event season with this gathering of the faithful. Treat yourself to a bountiful, all-you-can eat buffet, bottomless pitchers of beer, and crazy prizes in the raffles and auctions.
Baltimore, Carrollton Ridge Adopt-A-Block (11/3): Join us on November 3 as we launch our 1st Adopt-A-Block in our new location, Carrollton Ridge! We are going to be celebrating this new journey by serving the community.
Baltimore, Challengers 2018 Casino Night (10/26): 2018 is a very special milestone for Challengers Independent Living -- it's our 20th Anniversary!
Baltimore, Civic Works 25th Anniversary with Ira Glass (10/27): Baltimore native and Civic Works supporter Ira Glass will lend his unique storytelling talent to celebrate Civic Works' 25th Anniversary and honor our founders...
Baltimore, Clue! A Staged Reading (10/26): This beloved and bonkers film is coming to the Single Carrot stage for a one-night-only Halloween event! Come watch the Carrots try to solve a thrilling mystery – one clue at a time!
Baltimore, Community Shred Event (10/28): On-site shredding of all confidential paper. Watch your confidential documents destroyed in seconds and feel good they will still be recycled.
Baltimore, Community Unity Golf Tournament (11/2): Faces Going Places First Annual Community Unity Golf Tournament. To benefit BEMORESTEM Foundation and Junior ROTC
Baltimore, Divas Ladies Night (10/27): Ladies don't miss this fun, social event! Door prizes! Raffle prizes! Sangria! Vendors & more!!! Not to mention a grand prize winner for best Diva-Inspired costume!! This is a 21 & over event!
Baltimore, Diwali Concert and Dinner (11/11): Gujarati Samaj of Baltimore present Diwali and Concert and Dinner on November 11 from 4 pm - 9 pm.
Baltimore, Donate Life Gospel Fest 2018 (11/10): Join us for the eighth annual Donate Life Gospel Fest, a FREE concert featuring local performing artists.
Baltimore, Downtown Baltimore Jewish Walking Tour (10/28): Moishe House is an international non-profit organization that focuses on creating vibrant communities for all Jewish young adults in their 20's.
Baltimore, Eagles vs. Jags London Brunch (10/28): We will be opening at 8:30 for the London game. Sound will be on! We are doing Bottomless Brunch! To early for you to get ready? Who cares wear your pajamas!
Baltimore, Fulfilling The Promise Banquet (11/2): Come and join us for our 3rd annual Fulling the Promise Banquet!!! A night of elegance and worship honoring our very own Trustee Carroll Campbell Sr for his tireless work in the kingdom!!!
Baltimore, Fused Glass Jewelry Making (10/27): Learn about the art of glass fusing and select from a wide range of colors to create your own design.
Baltimore, Goodman Guilliams Acoustic at Costas Inn (11/9): Nov. 9th, spend your evening with Goodman Guilliams Acoustic Trio (featuring Jess Banner) and Costas Inn. We make a great team. Come see us in action- 9:00 p.m. performance.
Baltimore, Guild Auction (11/3): Come on down to our workshop for a real live auction! Rocks, slabs, equipment, jewelry...you never know what we might be auctioning off. Come a little early to take a look at the offerings.
Baltimore, HalloSCREAM: Voice Workshop (and After-Party) (10/26): Interested in Singing, Speaking, Voice Acting or Trans-Voice? Want to learn safe and effective ways to improve your voice? Get your dirt cheap earlybird tickets including:Complimentary BBQ and Drinks
Baltimore, Harvest Moon Event at The Promenade (10/27): Join us for our Annual Harvest Moon Event on Saturday, October 27th featuring a Performance by Catherine Noblitt's Formation Team. Beginner Tango Lesson from 6:30 pm until 7:15 pm
Baltimore, Ive Gone MAD Family Event (11/10): The purpose is to inspire, encourage, motivate, uplift and support others towards fulfilling their goals, dreams and to realize their God given purpose whether in ministry, business, education, etc.
Baltimore, Jimmys Ravens/Pitt Tailgate (11/4): The greatest rivalry in the NFL returns to Baltimore! To celebrate the battle between the AFC North's Best, we've teamed with Vibrancy21 to bring you a tailgating experience second to none!
Baltimore, Kuba: Fabric of an Empire (8/19 - 1/20): This exhibition of dazzling Kuba textiles presented in the BMA’s Cone Collection galleries reveals how a central African kingdom independently developed a form of modernist abstraction in the 20th cen
Baltimore, Leaf Raking at DAR Chapter House (11/3): Come out and join us. Bring your rakes, gloves and trashbags and help. It is always a fun time with other members around the State coming to help out.
Baltimore, Lets Go to the Movies! (10/28): Come join The Baltimore Philharmonia Orchestraas we present music from such family and children's favorites as Frozen, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Mission Impossible, and more…
Baltimore, Maker Mart (11/11): Open Works invites you to Maker Mart, a platform for the community to shop with and support local makers and entrepreneurs.
Baltimore, Mark Bradford: Tomorrow is Another Day (9/23 - 3/3): Tomorrow is Another Day, Mark Bradford’s exhibition for the U.S. Pavilion, was born out of his longtime commitment to the inherently social nature of the material world we all inhabit.
Baltimore, MDVLA x MAP Art Law Clinic (10/27): MdVLA holds Art Law Clinics for $5 approximately 10 times yearly. On October 27, 2018, join us for an Art Law Clinic at Maryland Art Place! The clinic will take place from 1-4pm.
Baltimore, Monster Bourbon Ball (10/27): The First Annual Monster Bourbon Ball is a benefit event for executives that love Halloween and love their community.
Baltimore, New York City Bus Trip (11/10): Fall in love with the Big Apple and join us on our Bus Trip to New York City Saturday, November 10th! This trip sells out in a New York minute! Tickets go on sale September 17th, 2018.
Baltimore, November Prayer Walk (11/3): Join Canon Scott Slater as we walk through Baltimore City to offer prayers for those who have died of gun violence along the route in the last twelve months.
Baltimore, Pro Musica Rara concert, Arias Sacred and Profane (11/11): “Arias Sacred and Profane”, featuring guest artists Clara Rottsolk (returning guest), soprano; Stephen Bard, oboe; and Leon Schelhase, harpsichord. Ms. Rottsolk, Mr. Bard, and Mr. Schelhase will be ac
Baltimore, Refuge Way of the Cross Church of Christ, Inc. (11/4): Join the Refuge WOTCC Family as we celebrate the Call to Ministry and Initial Sermons of Ministers Elect Sean Miller, Ronald Rowlette Jr., Dominique Wilkes, and Elevation to the Office of Deacon
Baltimore, Romare Bearden: Visionary Artist (11/11 - 3/3): Romare Bearden: Visionary Artist features over 70 works in a variety of media that showcase Bearden as one of the most important visual artists of the 20th century.
Baltimore, SCARY-OKE Friday (10/26): Get your costumes on and join us Friday October 26th for Scary-oke. There will be spooktacular drink and food specials, trick or treat kamikaze karaoke and a costume contest with a cash prize.
Baltimore, Service Course Yard Sale (11/3): Come on out to the Service Course annual yard sale! The shop and some friends will have all manner of bikes, parts, wheels, clothing and anything else you can think of available.
Baltimore, Shuckin’ in the Street VI! (10/27): Our Famous Block Party is back and all the Shuckin’ fun starts at 12! $10 DONATION AT THE DOOR WITH A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS GOING TO KENNEDY KREIGER &THE CHESAPEAKE OYSTER RECOVERY PARTNERSHIP
Baltimore, Sip and Shop (10/28): Welcome to The Dawn Productions will have it's first "Sip and Shop" to end our 15th Anniversary Celebration Weekend. Come out and enjoy an afternoon of networking with visual and performing artist.
Baltimore, Sock Hop (10/28): Annual Dance Party with music from the 50’s to the 80’s. Wear your Poodle skirts, roll up your jeans and slick back your hair and get ready for our best party of the year!!
Baltimore, T6B Happy Hour (11/9): Come be happy and have fun hanging out with T6B. We'll just be hanging out at the new Blue Dog BBQ for a few hours. No tools required.
Baltimore, The Family Trees Next Gen Network Oktoberfest (10/27): Join The Family Tree's Next Generation Network at Diamondback Brewery Company in McHenry Row for a Saturday afternoon of fun, philanthropy and locally brewed beer!
Baltimore, The GALS Annual Empowerment Conference (11/10): Join the women of The G.A.L.S. Women’s Empowerment Network at their Annual Women's Empowerment Conference on Saturday, November 10, 2018 at the Hilton Garden Inn in White Marsh/ Baltimore, Maryland.
Baltimore, The Monster of a Show (11/10): The one-of-a-kind craft show for the unique shopper. Sixteen invited artists and crafts people displaying monster themed hand made work.
Baltimore, The Night Brunch (10/31): The Night Brunch is celebrating Halloween on the harbor at South Point in Port Covington.
Get out of the house and come to the only outdoor waterfront Halloween party around. Enjoy the experience
Baltimore, The Women of Strength Luncheon (10/28): Whether you are a mother to an Angel born in heaven, a mother who has experienced infant loss, a woman diagnosed with infertility, or a woman who supports women on their journey to healing, the challe
Baltimore, Time Frames: East Asian Photography (11/4 - 3/24): More than 40 rarely shown color and black-and-white photographs delve into various concepts of time, from a reflection on a legend or historical event, to a future imagined and anticipated.
Baltimore, Tony Bennett (11/4): The BSO proudly presents Tony Bennett, the 19 time Grammy Award-winning legend whose music spans over six decades.
Baltimore, Transformation: Art of the Americas Opening (10/27): Transformation features approximately 20 works from indigenous American cultures, dating from 1200 bce to 1500 ce, that illustrate the metamorphosis of body and spirit.
Baltimore, Turkey Dinner (11/10): Our annual Turkey Dinner will provide you an opportunity for fellowship, delicious food, and not having to answer the question...what's for dinner? TAKEOUT IS ALSO AVAILABLE!
Baltimore, USGA Halloween Social & Costume Contest (10/26): To participate in the costume contest, arrive at Pickles Pub by 6:55pm on the night of the event to have your picture taken and posted to our voting platform!
Baltimore, Veterans Day Concert (11/10): . Enjoy a beautiful concert performance by the Maryland Conservatory of Music, heavy hors d'oeuvres, open bar, and a special presentation to a deserving honoree.
Baltimore, Visionaries Fundraiser/Banquet Ceremony (10/27): On Saturday, October 27, 2018 @ 5pm we will gather to hold a fundraiser awards banquet where citizens in the homeless community will fellowship with Pastors, Preachers, Clergy Leaders, Community Leade
Baltimore, Womens Car Care Workshop (10/27): This workshop is designed to empower women participants by giving each woman the confidence to perform light auto maintenance and understand car repairs.
Baltimore, Workshop _ Ceramic Holiday Ornaments (11/3): Bring your best friend, your true love or your family & create a one-of-a-kind holiday ornament to hang in your window or on your tree!
Baltimore, Youth Speak Teen Lounge (10/26): Join us October 26, 2018 from 5pm - 8pm as we host our first Youth Speak Teen Lounge at the Impact Hub.
Bowie, A Piece of My Heart (11/2 - 11/18): A Piece of My Heart, a drama by Shirley Lauro, provides an absorbing and moving experience about a tumultuous period in American history—the Vietnam War.
Bowie, Adoption Show at Bowie Petsmart (10/27): Meet Our Adoptable Animals. We do not have a central shelter facility, so the best place to meet our adoptable cats and dogs is at an adoption show.
Bowie, Basket Bingo 2018 (11/11): Temple Solel Sisterhood is a women's group associated with Temple Solel in Bowie, MD.
Bowie, Comedy Night at Temple Solel (11/10): London-based, Italian American Jewish Comedian Mike Capozzola has performed nationally at various JCC’s, synagogues and Hillels.
Bowie, Dale Beer Tap Takeover! (10/26): Dale’s Pale Ale is our defiant, proud, voluminously hopped mutha of a pale ale. If you’re looking for a fistful of flavor, look no further than this hopped-up trail ride.
Bowie, Dont Bury Your Talent (11/3): Come join us in this discussion and garner tips from current entrepreneurs.
Bowie, Green Bowie Veterans Day 5k Fun Run/Walk (11/10): Sat, Nov 10 City of Bowie Government is hosting its first ever Green Bowie Veterans Day 5k Fun Run/Walk to celebrate and commemorate our many veterans in the City of Bowie.
Bowie, Halloween On Ice Party (10/27): Wear a costume or bring a canned good for FREE Admission. Wear a costume AND bring a canned good for FREE Skate rentall too! Costume contest, door prizes, music, games and treat bags!
Bowie, Howl-O-Ween Houndfest Sponsored by Bowie CLAW (10/28): You and your four-legged friends are invited to Patuxent Nursery for Howl-O-Ween Houndfest Presented by Bowie Citizens for Local Animal Welfare. It will be a fun-filled afternoon including...
Bowie, RPE at BEST Horse Show Banquet (11/10): We will see you at the Black Eyed Susan Horse Show series year-end Awards Banquet! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for ticket information!
Bowie, The Empowered Womans Self Defense Class (10/27): Self Defense training is not only good for personal safety and protection, but will do amazing things for your self-confidence and personal growth!
Bowie, VYBES Afro-Caribbean Dance Fitness Party (11/11): VYBES (™) A 60 Min high-energy Afro-Caribbean Dance Fitness Workout Program that will make you SWEAT like the island sun! So bring your towel and prepare to VYBE out!
Bowie, X-Tract Band (10/26): Come join us Friday night for our live music. We have the "X-Tract Band " playing their grooves. You don't want to miss these Jazzy Cats & their Cool Blues.
Cambridge, Holiday Arts, Crafts and Gifts Fair (11/3): Emily’s Produce hosts a Holiday Arts, Crafts & Gifts Fair. Looking for that perfect gift? You might just find it here with more than 25 hand craft vendors. No two vendors alike!
Catonsville, Holiday Bazaar (11/3): Vendors wanted for the annual Westchester Holiday Bazaar, located at the Westchester Community Center situated between Historical Ellicott City and Catonsville.
Centreville, Centreville Day (10/27): Centreville Day features an interactive Kids Zone, a cookie contest, an Idol contest, pumpkin painting, pumpkin bowling, games and activities.
Chesapeake City, Party to Preserve 2018 (10/27): This year’s Party to Preserve will be held at the impressive Chateau Bu-De Vineyard & Winery.
Chester, Rotary Roundup: Casino for a Cause (11/10): Calling all cowpokes! Howdy partners! It's time for a Rotary Roundup: Casino for a Cause! Enjoy table games and cinema horse racing by professional dealers from Fun Events.
Church Hill, The Hostage (11/2 - 11/18): The Hostage centers on the fate of an Irish Republican Army (IRA) prisoner sentenced to be hanged in a Belfast jail and the British conscript taken hostage by the IRA as a bargaining chip to save him.
Clarksville, Beat the Rush Direct Sales and Craft Show (10/27): Shop for gifts before the Halloween decorations are a memory! Over 30 direct sales vendors and hand crafters display their wares at St. Louis Church Pastoral Center.
College Park, 2018 Harvest of Love (11/3): Please join us for a beautiful evening of spiritual fellowship and help us boost our Building Fund!
College Park, Annie Get Your Gun in Concert (10/28): Annie Oakley is the best shot around, and she manages to support her little brother and sisters by selling the game she hunts. When she's discovered by Col.
College Park, Catalyst Bonfire Retreat (10/27): Hey Young Adults! Join Catalyst on Saturday, October 27th at Cherry Hill Park for Lit Conversations for lives aligned with Christ and community.
College Park, Choro Das 3 (11/9): Choro Das 3 is a vibrant and virtuosic all-female instrumental ensemble, returning with a new album to the Washington, DC area after a hugely successful sold-out show in 2017.
College Park, Citizen: An American Lyric (11/9 - 11/16): Everyday racism can come on slyly—a hasty glance or too-casual comment. Sometimes from a friend. Or a coworker.
College Park, College Park Blues Festival (11/10): The Annual College Park Blues Festival is a free event featuring bands, shopping vendors, dancing, craft beers and more!
College Park, GhostWhyte 6 (10/26): We'll supply the pumpkins, carving tools, candles, mulled cider and even a few stories to raise your hackles... Just bring your soul, a friend, & something to eat or drink for sharing.
Columbia, Community Fall Festival (10/27): It’s time again for our annual Community Fall Festival. This year will be bigger and better than ever with live entertainment, vendors, food, raffles, 3 on 3 basketball and more!
Columbia, Craft Fair (11/3): The Oakland Mills High School Craft Fair will have over 100 vendors to shop from.
Crofton, Duffel Bags for Children in Foster Care (11/3): The Maryland Chapter of the American Sewing Guild (ASG) continues The Duffel Bag Project – making duffel bags for children who enter the Foster Care system in our state.
Cumberland, Cleansing Stream Cumberland, MD (11/10): Come be a part of the stream of deliverance and healing as the Lord touches His people. Whether you are coming as a participant or serving, God's presence will change your life forever!
Cumberland, Dancing with the Local Stars (11/10): This exciting event will feature prominent figures throughout Allegany County performing a choreographed dance routine for the audience. Viewers can donate money to support their favorite dancers.
Cumberland, The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) (10/27): Allegany Allied Arts is pleased to present the cult favorite "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" (1975) with full audience participation encouraged.
Cumberland, Vendor/Craft Fair (11/10): We will have vendors, crafts, a bake sale, and a silent auction. Come out to 217 N. Centre Street (rear entrance). Do some shopping, get some treats, and maybe win something great!
Damascus, Holiday Bazaar (11/3): The Holiday Bazaar will include many great vendors, Christmas decorations, clothes, food, raffles, and much more!
Damascus, Susanas Sweet 16 (11/3): Having a WEDDING, SWEET 16, or QUINCEAÑERA? We are a bilingual (English/Spanish) event planning boutique serving DC, MD, and VA; let us help you!
Denton, Make a Difference a CASA of Caroline Benefit (11/3): "Make a Difference" a CASA Benefit, featuring a "Through thier Eyes" photo project is a fundraiser to ensure that CASA can continue to support these children in need.
Derwood, Mill Creek Parish Craft Bazaar (11/3): We will have a wide variety of wonderful things for sale from over 45 vendors along with a delicious lunch counter and bake sale.
Dundalk, Bull & Oyster Roast (11/10): Bull & Oyster Roast to benefit Sacred Heart of Mary Church. Wheels ? Door Prizes ? Laydowns ? Raffles. Donation: $40 per person. No Minors Please
Easton, Jay Fleming: Island Life (8/25 - 11/11): Maryland photographer Jay Fleming has spent years documenting the culture and environment of the Chesapeake Bay.
Easton, Waterfowl Festival (11/9 - 11/11): The Waterfowl Festival is an invitational show. There will be vendors, artisans, crafts, wineries, breweries, food, and so much more!
Ellicott City, HallowRead 2018 (10/26 - 10/27): Bringing authors and readers together for a hauntingly good time! Join us for workshops, author panels, book signings and so much more!
Essex, Fall Festival & Trunk or Treat (10/27): We invite you to join us for Trunk or Treat, crafts, food, and fun! Please wear your costume and bring a bag to collect your treats.
Fallston, Community Pre-K Fall Festival (11/3): Fallston Community Pre-K is proud to host our annual Fall Festival. This year, 2018, marks the 50th Birthday of the preschool and we are excited to celebrate the milestone.
Forest Hill, Barktober (10/27): Join us for the first dog walk in Maryland to #FightSuicide! In support of the Havre de Grace Out of the Darkness Walk.
Frederick, 4-Hour Conference (11/10): SAVE THE DATE: 4-Hour Men's Conference at FCOB on Saturday, November 10th! Title: Jars of Clay: Spiritual Leadership for the Unqualified (A Study in Judges).
Frederick, Art & Architecture Walking Tour (5/12 - 10/27): Look at Frederick with new eyes. Experience the history
and beauty of downtown as we explore some of the
popular architectural styles, local art and history.
Tours meet at 11 am every 2nd Saturd
Frederick, Art Matters: First Saturday Artist Talk (11/3): On November 3, National Juried Photography Exhibit juror Richard Nowitz will discuss his selections and present awards for the 2018 NJPE. A building-wide exhibits reception follows immediately.
Frederick, Banned in DC/Punk the Capital (11/3): Banned in D.C. slideshow, talk and book signing with Cynthia Connolly and preview with film outtakes of Punk the Capital film with James June Schneider, film maker.
Frederick, Celebrate Bump Day! (11/10): Celebrate Bump Day with Spring Ridge Chiropractic! We'll have free prizes, face painting, local vendors, and refreshments and snacks. Bring the kids!
Frederick, Christmas Shoppes (11/4): Join us for this unique holiday shopping experience, sponsored by Other Voices, Inc, 501(c)3 and benefitting Other Voices Dance and Theatre Companies.
Frederick, County Council Candidates Forum (10/27): County Council Candidates Forum. Hosted by the Frederick County Farm Bureau. What is Your Stance on Issues Important to Frederick County Agriculture?
Frederick, Fillipino Martial Arts Warrior Workout (11/11): Join us in training with Tuhon Bobby Ladra, Master Carl Minkel and Master Mark Clark. Advanced training in Pekiti-Tirsia, Modern Arnis, Emty Hand and Controls of Dumog.
Frederick, Historic Frederick Walking Tour (5/6 - 10/31): Experience the history and beauty of downtown as knowledgeable guides share the fascinating stories that make up historic Frederick, Maryland.
Frederick, Lama Chodpa with Tsok Offering (11/4): Please bring a vegetarian food item to share, such as cookies, fruit, nuts, and so on. Please also bring a non-perishable food item to offer to Frederick Food Bank.
Frederick, Laughter Yoga w Kimberlyn (10/26): Laughter yoga combines breath, community and movement to facilitate connection, strengthen core muscles and enhance the body's natural production of serotonin and endorphines
Frederick, Meal Packaging Event (11/11): Please come be a part of packing meals for families right in our neighborhood! At Vacation Bible School, $860 was raised from children and family donations! Synod is matching our total!!
Frederick, Murder & Mayhem Walking Tour (10/6 - 10/27): Explore the “other side” of Frederick’s history, including some of the most scandalous, nefarious, and unbelievable moments in the city’s storied past. Stories include bootlegging, bank robberies and
Frederick, Opening: “ Forward, Backward, Up, and Down” (11/3): The exhibit will feature my most recent sculptures and wall pieces based upon 360° panoramic photography and digital art. Please come to the opening, held on November’s First Saturday.
Frederick, Over the Limit Comedy Fest featuring Maria Bamford (10/27): Star of the hit Netflix Original series “Lady Dynamite”, award-winning stand up comedian and actress Maria Bamford will headline the Weinberg Center as part of The “Over the Limit" Comedy Fest.
Frederick, Self Care Haven Day (11/10): So many of us overlook self-care in our lives, to the point where stress becomes our autopilot. Simply put, it doesn’t need to be!
Frederick, Shoff Promotions Frederick Md. COMIC CON (11/11): Shoff Promotions Frederick Md. COMIC CON SUNDAY NOV. 11 10am-4pm Frederick Md. Clarion Inn Event Center 5400 Holiday Dr Frederick Md 21703
Frederick, Soldierfit (5/2 - 5/2): Fitness Center Frederick, MD
Frederick, Souper Sunday! (10/28): The Frederick Rescue Mission is proud to announce that our 6th annual Fall Souper Sunday fundraiser will be held on sponsor, Ayse Meze’s beautiful outdoor patio.
Frederick, Spooky Spokes by The Bicycle Escape (10/27): Description: Beware! The 5th Annual Spooky Spokes Ride is a night-time scary fun ride through Frederick City's back alleys, cemeteries, and dark downtown corners.
Frederick, Swap Meet, Cruise-In & Fish Fry (11/3): Come check out the classics brought in by The Heart of Maryland Classic Chevy Club and enjoy a fish fry provided by the United Road Warriors.
Frederick, Triumph of Light (11/4): In a world with all too much darkness, we invite you to join us in celebrating the light. Through acts of kindness, leadership, generosity, and service, light continues to triumph!
Frederick, U14 Club Volleyball Tryouts (11/10): From the beginner development player to players with recreation and club experience. Practicing every position and learning a deeper understanding of rotations and individualized skill development.
Frederick, Woodvale Fun Day (10/28): Join us for jumping, Dressage fix-a-test with Judge Meghan Truppner, a costume competition, BBQ pot-luck.....and loads of F-U -N !!!!!
Frederick, Zenka Trunk Show - Frames with interchangeable parts (11/3): A display of the newest and most colorful frames with cool interchangeable toppers and fronts that give you a new look every day. People will stop you and say "you got another new pair of glasses?"
Frederick, Zydeco Jed (10/26): Zydeco Jed... Tom Ericsson, Mike Lessin, Chris Marsh. Michael Murphy, Nick Newlin and Lloyd Yavener... we wish you good health and happiness.
Gaithersburg, Adoption Fair - Gaithersburg, MD (Free) (11/3): Join us at any time throughout the morning to find answers to your questions through a variety of conversations with adoptive families and CH/LSS staff!
Gaithersburg, Discovery Day: FrankenSTEM (10/28): Celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Frankenstein with monsters, chemistry and electricity with hands-on science experiences. Program is free; donations recommended.
Gaithersburg, Ghosts of Gaithersburg Haunted Happy Hour (10/27): Karen is an historian and museum educator. She worked for many years as education director for the Montgomery County Historical Society (MCHS) and is currently a museum consultant.
Gaithersburg, Halloween Toddler Time SPOOKtacular (10/28): Join us for a Halloween-themed Toddler Time event including a costume contest, treats, and more! Toddlers who wear costumes will receive $2 off their ticket!
Gaithersburg, NATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHOIR CONCERT (11/3): Some concerts (Christmas, occasional benefit events, etc.) require tickets and where that is the case, it is noted on the concert announcement below. Most of our church concerts have free admission w
Gaithersburg, Ravnica Guilds Challenge (11/2): Entry: $5.00 plus purchase of a Guild Kit from us. Rounds: 3. Prizes: Pack per win. Choose your Guild and Sling some spells! Decks may not be modified.
Gaithersburg, Reiki - Level One for Beginners- Training Class (11/3): The knowledge that an unseen energy flows through all living things and directly affects the quality of health has been part of the wisdom of many cultures since ancient times.
Gaithersburg, Ultimate Guide to EQualizer Training (11/10): Learn the unique exercises created by using the Lebert EQualizer®, plus ways to revamp your current exercise library. Review simple and effective progressions and regressions
Gambrills, Fall Festival (10/27): The Regency Park Senior Living Community Fall Festival is filled with food, music, vendors and fun! We invite families, friends, the public and of course our residents.
Garrett Park, MCC Gift Show (11/9 - 11/10): Vendors are showcasing custom jewelry, creative clothing and accessories, unique crafts, specialty cakes and cookies, book signings and much more! Proceeds will be donated to local charities.
Germantown, Creole & Zydeco for Kids (11/9): CREOLE FOR KIDZ! is a dynamic performance centered on the French speaking Creoles of South Louisiana and the history of zydeco music.
Germantown, One House Project Exhibit (11/10 - 12/15): Artists and individuals are invited to create and contribute an “Ancestor Panel” for the second iteration of the ArtWatch collective’s One House Project exhibit.
Glenn Dale, Holiday Symposium and Luncheon (11/10): Holidays are wonderful times of the year, for most. For widows, it’s often a different story. Pain, stress, and anxiety start building sometimes weeks before the holiday.
Hagerstown, 2nd Annual Car Show (10/27): Proceeds will benefit the canine victims of Hurricane Florence. All dogs are under the care of rescue organizations and not owned,they were found as strays.
Hagerstown, Christmas Open House 2018 (11/10): Our Christmas Open House has been scheduled for Saturday, November 10th, from 10 am thru 5 pm. Come and enjoy refreshments, register for a door prize and find a gift for someone special. :)
Hagerstown, Congregational Meeting (11/4): Our annual congregational meeting will occur after church to vote on 2019's budget and any other business.
Hagerstown, Designer Purse Bingo (11/4): St. James Catholic Church will host a Designer Purse Bingo on Sunday November 4th, 2018 at Riggie Hall in St. Joseph Church - 17630 Virginia Avenue, Hagerstown MD 21740.
Hagerstown, Halloween Drag Brunch at HHBBQ (10/28): Sunday, October 28, 2018 11:00am-2:30pm Enjoy Brunch Buffet, 2 Drinks (for those 21+) and one of a kind entertainment from local queens featuring Halloween inspired celebrity impersonations.
Hagerstown, Harvest at the Market (11/3): Join us at the Market for kid's activities, scarecrow building, a petting zoo and more!
Hagerstown, Hoffmans All American Grill (11/11): Traditional Sunday Brunch, Acoustic Classic Rock - Classic Country & select American Standards.
Hagerstown, Howl-O-Ween Dog Parade (10/27): Please join us on October 27th at Hagerstown Fairgrounds. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Hagerstown, Muddfest 2018 featuring Puddle of Mudd (11/3): Saturday, November 03, 2018. Puddle of Mudd with Saliva and with Special Guests: Jimmie's Chicken Shack, Tantric, Paralandra and Talia. Tickets will be available at the bar. 21+ Show.
Hagerstown, October Canine Games Night (10/26): Join us for Howl-o-ween fun! No special skills required. Costumes encouraged ;) Open to all dog- and people-friendly dogs over 8 weeks. Dogs must be current on vaccinations.
Hagerstown, Oklahoma Auditions (11/4): Come audition with Authentic Community Theatre at 1000 Florida Ave, Hagerstown MD. Sign in begins at 4pm and auditions will begin at 5pm.
Hagerstown, Psychiatric Pharmacolgoy Update (10/26): This seminar will provide 3 continuing education credits for Counselors/Therapists (NBCC) and Maryland Social Workers and Psychologists.
Hagerstown, The Not-So-Dark Tail (10/28): One hour event dedicated to those who may not like the dark. Not as scary. Still lots of fun. Dress in costume if you'd like.
Hampstead, Double Dog Dare Rescues 5K to Lick Cancer (10/27): Double Dog Dare Resuce, a 501c3 organization, in Westminster is organizing a 5K run/walk to benefit two great charities. By partnering with the William E. Kahlert Regional Cancer Center, this event wi
Hanover, Davids (10/22 - 10/31): Experience a luxurious, yet comfortable, atmosphere just off our lively hotel lobby and steps from the bustling gaming floor. Menu selections feature large portions, perfect for sharing, bursting with
Havre De Grace, Celebration of Hope (11/2): Join us as we come together to celebrate Harford County's Families of Hope who have shone excellent motivation and perserverence in moving towards their dreams.
Hunt Valley, Shay Sharpes Pink Wishes (10/28): Join us for a night of philanthropy as we raise funds to continue educating, advocating, mentoring, providing scholarships and granting wishes to young women.
Hyattsville, Grand Opening Celebration (11/3): My Dead Aunt's Books Formerly Robert Harper Books has reopened inside Tanglewood Works in Hyattsville, MD. After party music provided by the Repeat Offenderz.
Hyattsville, Harsiddhi Shakti Temple (11/3): Please join Harisiddhi Shakti Temple for our Bhajan Maala Fundraiser on Sat. Nov. 3rd starting at 6pm! Pledge donations to hear a song! Raffle tickets on sale for $5.00. Great prizes!
Hyattsville, Succulents & Suds (10/27): Get your hands dirty and learn how to make your own terrarium all while enjoying some delicious craft beer! Join us in Hyattsville for a class on building and maintaining a succulent terrarium.
Hydes, Fields of Fire Country Concert (11/9): Join us for a fun evening country concert on the farm. Country bands Old Line Vinyl and Boot N Rally will be performing for your entertainment.
Ijamsville, Christkindlesmarkt 2018: Frederick MD (11/11): Artists and Crafters from throughout the region will be selling a wide array of holiday gifts, including upscale accessories, beauty items, clothiers, florals and keepsakes, leather goods, ornaments,
Indian Head, Trunk-or-Treat 2018 (10/27): Mark your calendars for this super-fun event! Bring the entire family....Invite your friends too! We have enough candy for everyone!
Kensington, Kensington Fall Colors and Holiday Lights Seasonal Walk (10/20 - 12/30): Trails are two 10km loops and two 5km loops, rated 2A, through Historic Kensington, Howard Avenue Antique Row, the Mormon Temple Visitor's Center, Garrett Park and along Rock Creek Park's hiker/biker
La Plata, Metropolitan Home Show (11/3 - 11/4): The Metropolitan Home Show is a home show that focuses on decorating, lifestyle, and updating your home with characteristics that describe you.
Largo, 2018 College Essay Writing Workshop (10/27): The purpose of the workshop is to provide Prince George's County, MD students an opportunity to develop their composition skills.
Laurel, AKC STAR PUPPY Test (11/3): Please contact email@example.com if you wish to come test. Applewoods's students have priority. Dogs must have on an AKC approved collar.
Laurel, All American Games (11/4): All American Games Tournament - Required for all students! weapons, forms, fitness, sparring, board breaking and more!
Laurel, CHC Halloween Party (10/26): A fun evening for the family! Lots to do for the little ones. And, something scary for the older kids. Lots of refreshments
Laurel, CLFs Annual CultureFEST (11/3): All CLF's public-charter schools throughout MD are public, tuition-free, & STEAM focused.
Laurel, Friends of Patuxent Holiday Bazaar (11/3): Fundraising efforts go towards supporting the mission, programs, and research at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center and Patuxent Research Refuge.
Laurel, Halloween Spooktacular (10/27): Join us Saturday, October 27th at 2pm SHARP at Robert J DiPietro Community Center.
Laurel, Healthy Boundaries In Relationships (11/10): Are your “romantic” relationships wonderful one day and disastrous the next? Is how you feel about yourself based on how you’re treated? If so, this power-packed event is for you!
Laurel, Kunde Memorial Horseshoe Tournament (11/3): First Annual Vicki Kunde Memorial Horseshoe Tournament. Open to all Post Home Members and their Guests - Entry Fee $10. Food & Drinks Available for Purchase - Pull Tabs & 50/50’s Too!
Laurel, SMART Recovery Regional Conference - Md/DC/Va (10/27): You’re invited to join SMART Recovery at the third annual SMART Recovery Regional Conference: Tools to Achieve a Balanced Life happening Saturday, October 27, 2018
Laurel, The Sister Code Unlocked: Presents Pretty Girl Rags (10/27): Pretty Girl Rags is a charity event, in which I'm asking you to donate clothing, to those less fortunate. Please have clothing dry cleaned, (Zips Cleaners) so it's ready for immediate wear.
Linthicum Heights, Duckpin for a Cause (11/11): This November 11th (Ravens bye-week), please come out and support three young warriors: Mya (3), Gianna ("GG" - 3), and Camden (5) who are battling childhood illnesses.
Lutherville Timonium, Five Alarm Party (11/10): Join us for great food and beverages from local restaurants, caterers and breweries, as we honor 250 years of firefighting and fire responders!
Have fun at our fantastic auction.
Mechanicsville, FAST Fall Nationals (10/27): Saturday is qualifying and eliminations for the FAST Class, track opens at 5pm.
Mitchellville, Pastor Statons 5th Pastoral Anniversary Celebration (10/27): Please join us we celebrate our Pastor for his leadership of Providence St. John Baptist Church for 5 years. Under his leadership, the church has seen tremendous growth and increase in attendance on S
Mount Airy, Spooky Halloween Trail (10/27): Come Downtown for trick- or - treating on Main Street, hay rides, spook trail, kids activites and much more!
National Harbor, The Fire and Ice Harvest Ball (11/3): Join us for the 30th Annual CalvertHealth Foundation Harvest Ball on Saturday, November 3, 2018. The Fire and Ice-themed event, Igniting the Difference, will be held in the Riverview Ballroom at the G
North Bethesda, Poulenc Concerto for Two Pianos (11/10): Conductor Kwamé Ryan returns to the BSO, introducing the fast-rising Naughton sisters, twins and duo-pianists whom The Philadelphia Inquirer praised as “paired to perfection” after their Philadelphia
Ocean City, Cub Scout Christmas Bazaar (11/3): We are featuring vendors, games run by our Scouts, face painting, photos with Santa, food, a cake auction, door prizes, Christmas tree/wreath auction, and more at this fun family friendly event!
Ocean City, O.C.Toberfest (10/20 - 10/28): FREE FAMILY FUN returns to Ocean City Maryland for the seventh annual O.C.Toberfest, October 20-21 & 27-28, 2018.
Ocean City, SEASIDE 10 MILER/5K Run (10/27): Welcome to this year’s running of the Seaside 10 Miler/5K. Straight out and back for 10 mile course taking advantage of the OCMD boardwalk but runners will jump off boardwalk at 27th St onto Coastal
Olney, Elf the Musical (11/9 - 1/6): Based on the hit Will Ferrell movie, Elf has quickly entered the pantheon of holiday classics, and for good reason.
Owings Mills, Masquerade Cabaret (10/27): A MASQUERADE CABARET supporting Baltimore nonprofit, Suited to Succeed!
Owings, Hitchcock’s Team South Africa Meet and Greet (10/27): In preparation for this year’s World Cup Finals at Maryland International Raceway Oct31-Nov4 we are rolling out the green carpet, here at Hitchcock Autoworks, for our long distance friends from South
Pocomoke City, Christmas Arts and Crafts Festival (11/10): The Christmas Arts and Crafts Festival is presented by the Pocomoke Area Chamber of Commerce and full of arts and crafts vendors offering arts, crafts, gifts and more for your one-stop shopping!
Prince Frederick, CHA 2018 Casino Night Auction Gala (11/10): Enjoy playing with money that's not yours! With the purchase of your ticket, you will receive $500 of Ante Up play money to dish out at card tables and slot machines.
Riverdale, Christmas In November Extravaganza (11/10): This event gives potential customers the opportunity to come out and do some Christmas shopping with some vendors as well as engage in good conversation.
Rockville, 2018 Gala (11/10): Please join our celebration honoring The Hon. Ike and Catherine Leggett for their service to our community and our over 300 volunteers for their dedicated service to our patients and families.
Rockville, Annual Halloween Kids Brunch (10/28): Black Cats & Witches Brunch Buffet featuring popular menu items and tempting holiday treats. Jack-o'-Lantern Kids Activities: special kids activities to delight kids of all ages.
Rockville, Brigadoon (10/26 - 11/11): New Yorker Tommy Albright unexpectedly arrives at the mysterious Scottish Highland village of Brigadoon, which only appears for one day every 100 years.
Rockville, DC Ski Swap (11/3): A consignment sale of pre-owned, store leases, new ski & snowboard equipment plus 100s of jackets, sb/ski pants, etc. Every thing for snowriders!
Rockville, District 36 Toastmasters Recognition Awards (11/4): You are cordially invited to the District 36 Awards and Recognition on November 4th, 2018. It is our opportunity to recognize YOU as individuals, clubs, and district leaders for an amazing 2017/18 Yea
Rockville, HBCU Gospel Music Festival 2018 (10/27): Free admission! Seating on a first come first serve basis! Come out on Saturday, October 27th at 3:30 pm for the 2018 HBCU Gospel Music Festival.
Rockville, Howl - O - Ween Fest (10/28): Join The Cathay School, an internationally recognized educational enrichment center and pre-school, in coordination for Activity Rocket Thrively for its annual Halloween celebration!
Rockville, Spooky Skate (10/26): Creepy music, lighting, and treats for all!
Rockville, Tavern Brawl 2018! (11/10): There will be a band playing at 7 locks right after so come out to compete/support, and stay for the live music and awesome craft beers!
Rohrersville, Kellgard Kares Evening at Big Cork Winery (10/27): Join us for an evening of live music, wine, and food as we honor and celebrate our 2018 sponsors! Tickets include entrance to the event, food, drink tickets, and seating.
Salisbury, A Night with Sinatra (11/2): Join us at Brew River on Friday November 2nd, from 6-10PM, for free live & local music entertainment from Award-winning Sean Reilly - Vocalist in the Sinatra Style Singing All His Classics!
Salisbury, Applebees Flapjack Fundraiser (11/10): Enjoy a short stack of all you can eat pancakes and sausage along with unlimited refills of juice, coffee or soda. Applebee’s Flapjack Fundraiser Breakfast to support Salisbury Urban Ministries.
Salisbury, Artists Trading Cards for Beginners (10/27): Artist Trading Cards can be any medium and are traditionally baseball size. You can express your own one-of-a-kind artist flair with your card and the best part is, you don't have to be an artist!
Salisbury, Fall Festival (11/10): - The Eatery, there are a few new things to purchase: bottomless cup of coffee, corn bread & pineapple upside down cake
Salisbury, Halloween Costume Contest (10/27): Put on your favorite Halloween Costume and Party with us!! $500 in Cash & Prizes for the Best Costumes!!
Salisbury, Hero Day 5K and Kids Run 2018 (11/10): So let's do this! Join us at our new location, Salisbury City Park, as we gather to honor our heroes, run through our gorgeous City Park and enjoy this mission all together!
Salisbury, Horizons Holiday Sale! (11/3): Horizons Holiday Sale! Happening November 3rd, will be a great way for you to get a jump start on your holiday shopping (or get something for yourself) while supporting Horizons Salisbury!
Salisbury, Sip & Paint with ArtLaurea (11/10): Please join us for Sip & Paint, while we dance to some music! Come prepared to have some fun as we create our masterpieces and joke at who did the best job!
Salisbury, The Country Houses Christmas Open House (11/10): Our Christmas Open House is Saturday, Nov. 10th! Our retail store will be open from 10am-5pm with tons of giveaways & prizes, Christmas decorating ideas, and food sampling!
Silver Spring, A Wider Circle: Poverty Simulation (11/4): More than 40 million Americans are currently living in poverty. The federal poverty line for a family of four is less than $25,100 annually. For a family of three, the line is $20,780 annually.
Silver Spring, Forcey Craft and Vendor Show (11/3): The Forcey Craft and Vendor Show is a family friendly event benefiting the Forcey Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) group.
Stevenson, Halloween Pumpkin (10/26): Halloween Table Arrangement ~ Make your own tabletop spooky pumpkin with succulents and moss and a spooky spider. Fun tabletop display!
Stevensville, 2018 Across the Bay 10K (11/4): Don't miss your chance to Beat the Bridge in 2018! The Across the Bay 10K is the ONLY way to run or walk across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Registration opens March 19!
Takoma Park, 11/4 - Lap Dulcimer Workshops w/Karen Buglass (11/4): An introduction to the dulcimer for new players. Learn to hold and tune the dulcimer. With right- and left-hand basics, enjoy playing simple tunes with others.
Takoma Park, LabX at DX: A Fresh Taste (10/26): Join Dance Exchange and LabX (National Academy of Sciences) for an evening of performances and conversations that help us gain a better understanding of the food we eat everyday.
Takoma Park, WGTS 91.9s Night of Hope (10/26): That feeling that everything is falling apart and out of our control. But there's ALWAYS hope, and SOMEONE who is holding it all together.
Temple Hills, What Does Forgiveness Look Like Conference (11/3): A conference that brings healing from the inside out. Through learning to listen to those who are free enough to share, praying with those who are crying out for prayer,
Upper Marlboro, Comedy Versus Cancer (10/27): This show Comedy V Cancer 2018 features one of the top rising stars in the comedy world Just Nesh... ........JustNesh has performed withMike Epps & I saw her open at the DC Improv for DeRay Davis & sh
Upper Marlboro, Psi Nu Chapters 2018 Achievement Week Gala (11/3): This is our annual awards and recognition dinner dance where we acknowledge the exceptional accomplishments of individuals in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area and members of Psi Nu Chapter.
Waldorf, Community Awards/Jazz Brunch (11/10): Please join us as we celebrate the accomplishments of individuals and organizations for outstanding community service in Charles County and St. Mary's County.
Washington DC, 2018 Capital City Soiree (11/2): As the largest network of community health centers in Washington, D.C., Unity Health Care provides a full-range of health and human services to meet the needs of our communities through a network of o
Washington DC, 2018 Vegan Holiday Live Webcast & Tasting Dinner! (11/11): The Veggie Chest presents the 7th Annual Holiday Webcast & Tasting Dinner with Dr. Ruby. Attend the live webcast demonstration and tasting dinner in person. OR Watch the Live Webcast Cooking Demonstra
Washington DC, 2018 WES Auction (11/3): The annual WES auction will be held on Saturday, November 3 at 6:00 pm at WES.
Washington DC, A Taste of Central Union Mission (11/2): Our highly skilled chefs–trained in as diverse environments as Marriott and Wolfgang Puck—bring creativity and nutrition to their jobs.
Washington DC, AMPOCares Mystery Auction Dunch (10/28): The event will be held on Sunday, October 28, 2018, from 4 - 6 pm, at the beautiful Whittmore House, 1526 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC.
Washington DC, Annual Guadalupe Gala 2018 (11/3): Come join us at our Annual Guadalupe Fundraising Banquet. This year we will be honoring Mary Hamm for her legacy to the prolife Movement.
Washington DC, Black Cat Soirée 2018 (10/27): The brainchild of Dani (Blonde In The District) and Caro (The CaroLøve), The Black Cat Soirée gives you the chance to give back while you get down at Hawthorne DC on Halloweekend.
Washington DC, Clean Cookstove Project (10/28): Join Shea Radiance, Envirofit, USAID, and the Global Shea Alliance, for an afternoon centered around health, wealth & beauty, to benefit Women Shea Producers in Oyo State, Nigeria.
Washington DC, Dancing Through the Decades (10/26): This year’s theme is “Dancing Through the Decades” and will be a fun and entertainingoptional costume dance party!
Washington DC, DC Masonic Classic Rep Your Sports Jersey Day Party (11/10): The Prince Hall Freemason and Eastern Star Charitable Foundation in conjuncton with the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of DC and the Georgiana Thomas Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star,
Washington DC, LunchBag Socials Annual Shoe Drive with Kicks 4 the City (11/11): Join Lunchbag Social for our annual Shoe Drive event in colloboration with Kicks 4 the CIty. We will be collecting and restoring gently used shoes that will be distributed to those in need in the Dist
Washington DC, NCA Party Cruise 2018 (11/3): Join NCA for our Party Cruise aboard the Capitol Elite Yacht! Food, Fun and Festivities on the Potomac!
Washington DC, Ruff Riders Meetup at Theodore Roosevelt Island (11/4): Meet up with Teddy's Ruff Riders for a casual stroll around the Island, socializing, and a breakfast bite. Attendees should gather at the Friends of Theodore Roosevelt Island table on the Memorial Pla
Washington DC, Sixth Annual Homecoming Prayer Breakfast (10/27): The Joseph and Terrence Tusan Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to mentoring youth to empower them to strive for a bright future, to make choices that will positively impact their live
Washington DC, The Cherry Horror Halloween 2018 (10/27): Nothing could be scarier than depression. Help us make a difference in the Mental Health Service Community by joining us for a Very CHERRY Halloween, our Annual Fundraiser for our Barry Smythers Ment
Washington DC, The Fresh Ball: 2nd Annual Hip-Hop Gala (11/9): Our second annual Fresh Ball will be held on Friday, November 9, 2018 at the Decatur House, an historic house museum located in the heart of our nation's capital.
Washington DC, Variety DC Charity Screening: Bohemian Rhapsody (11/2): Variety -- the Children's Charity of the National Capital Region (Variety DC) is hosting an advance screening of Bohemian Rhapsody to raise funds for children with mobility issues in DC, MD, and VA.
Washington DC, Veterans Day Gala: Ties that Bind Us (11/11): Nearly a Century ago our beloved nation started honoring our veterans. Since the ending of WWI and the signing of the armistice, we have gathered together as a nation to show our gratitude to those wh
Washington DC, Volunteer Event at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (10/27): Join us on Saturday, October 27 for a volunteer service event! We will spend the morning removing invasive plants to help native plants thrive and pick up litter.
Washington DC, Winning Essay Writing Tips (10/27): This will be an interactive session and allow youth to learn tips on how to write essays that are persuasive and grabs the reader's attention.
Washington DC, XI Annual Charity Argentine Wine Tasting (10/26): This is a great opportunity to collaborate with our fundraising efforts while enjoying Argentina’s best wines, including award-winning traditional Malbecs, fruity Torrontes, hearty Cabernet Sauvignons
West Friendship, Howard County Motorcycle Swap Meet (10/28): The Howard County Motorcycle Swapmeet has always been a motorcycle event that caters to bikers looking for parts and accessories, bikes and all things motorcycle related!
Westminster, 2018 Dinner & Dance Fundraiser (10/27): Dinner, dancing, fun photos and incredible prizes!! Our 3rd annual Dinner & Dance will be held on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 5:30pm – 10pm at the St. John’s Catholic Church Portico.
Westminster, All Aboard Auxiliary Ball (11/3): Please join us on November 3rd at Martin's Westminster. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Westminster, Cooking Class:Thanksgiving Leftovers (11/10): Turkey Tetrazzini. Turkey Pot Pie with bread dressing crust. Turkey enchilada's rosemary focaccia with Turkey, ham and asiago cream sauce (open face)
Westminster, Fall Harvest Barn Party & Garden Blessing (10/28): Let's get together for an old fashioned fall barn party!! We will celebrate the harvest with some hot cider and barn games followed by an outdoor PotLuck and hayride.
Westminster, Fall Vendor Craft Show and Raffle (11/9): The show will feature local craft vendors and direct sales vendors. We will also be holding a raffle that starts on November 9, 2018 and ends at Greene Turtle’s Restaurant Night on November 12, 2018!
Westminster, Halloween Bash (10/27): Celebrate the "Not So Spooky Side" of the season!
Westminster, Halloween Bash All You Can Play Special Event (10/26): $25 Per Person At The Event - Includes 1 Round Of Glo Golf Plus All You Can Play Laser Tag, Bumper Cars, And Inflatables. Wear Your Costume And The Best Dressed Will Win Prizes!!!!
Westminster, Halloween Open House & Gift Card Sale (10/27): Stop by and see us on Saturday October 27th between 12-7pm for coffee, cider, cupcakes, & other tricky treats! One day only ~ buy a gift card and get a bonus!
Westminster, Harvest Day (11/4): Foodies welcome! If you enjoy fine dining on four wheels then come on out to Harvest day at Church of the Open Door!
Westminster, Holiday Vendor Day (11/11): Start your holiday shopping early with some great vendors in our Banquet Hall! We will have a special visit from Santa as well! Bring your camera! OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!
Westminster, Original NY Americana Music by Dan Zlotnick (10/28): Driven by his soothing yet powerful voice, Zlotnick’s Zen-like stories of love and life inspire listeners to seek out the nearest mountain range and get lost in a world of childlike wonder.
Westminster, Red, White & Blue Gala (11/10): The Red, White, and Blue Gala is one of many fundraising efforts to assist in the operating costs of the new Veterans Center.
Westminster, Rocky Horror Picture Show (10/26): Beginning 15 minutes before the screening, the audience will get a refresher course on the steps to the "Time Warp" dance and prizes will be given for the best costumes.
Westminster, TerryBurkSamCase5K (11/3): 5K run on the Wakefield Valley and Wakefield Golf Course trails. Run in memory of Terry Burk and Sam Case
Westminster, Westminster PetSmart Adoption Show (11/10): PetSmart Adoption Show : Come out and promote the CSAC with an alumni or bring a foster. Visit with CSAC friends and family.
Westminster, Westmonster 12 - 12th Annual Zombie Walk 2018 (10/27): 12th annual Westminster, MD zombie walk! We are doing a canned food drive to benefit Carroll County Food Sunday again this year! Please bring canned foods to donate!
Westminster, Zombie Nerf Battle (10/27): Battle the zombie outbreak with Nerf guns! Less scary version starts at 6pm, more scary starts at 7:15. Each is 1 hour long!
Wheaton, Holidays in the Gardens (11/10): A Silent Auction to benefit Brookside Gardens sponsored by the Friends of Brookside Gardens (FOBG).
Woodbine, Halloween Boo Bash (10/27): You are cordially invited to the 3rd Annual Eat, Drink, and Be Scary costume party benefiting Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore (BHGH).
Woodsboro, AL Post 282 Christmas Bazaar (11/4): The American Legion Post 282 Christmas Bazaar is a great event featuring many wonderful vendors, handmade crafts and more! The Auxiliary will be selling food and we will also have a silent auction.