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Maryland of Delight
NOVEMBER · 2010
UPCOMING EVENTS
Freedom’s Sisters
Oct. 23 to Jan. 17
Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Baltimore
Antique Bottle Show and Sale
Nov. 7
Elkton
Cecil County
Pirate Encampment
Nov. 6-7
Susquehanna Museum
Havre de Grace
Harford County
Veterans Day Parade & Ceremony
Nov. 7
LaPlata
Charles County
Winterfest of Lights
Nov. 18 to Jan. 2
Ocean City
Worcester County
Christmas on the Potomac at Gaylord National featuring ICE!
Nov. 18 to Jan. 9
National Harbor
Prince George’s County
Amish Quilt Auction
Nov. 20
Mechanicsville
St. Mary’s
Victorian Christmas Celebration
Nov. 26 to Dec. 31
Cumberland
Allegany County
Holiday Festival of Trains
Nov. 26 to Jan. 3
B&O Railroad Museum
Baltimore City
Gaithersburg Winter Lights Festival
Nov. 26-27, Dec. 6-31
Seneca Creek State Park
Gaithersburg
Montgomery County
Turkey Cluster All-Breed Dog Shows
Nov. 26-29
County fairgrounds
Friendship
Howard County
Trainspotting Day
Nov. 28
Bowie Railroad Station Museum
Prince George’s County
Calendar of Events
FREE Destination Guide
Colonial Guide
Discover Maryland’s colonial heritage this month. Start the Thanksgiving season with a trip to the state’s birthplace, Historic St. Mary’s City in Southern Maryland. Stroll through Annapolis, a colonial town with the nation’s largest collection of 18th-century buildings still in use. Head to the Eastern Shore where you’ll find Cambridge, Chestertown, Oxford and St. Michaels – former colonial seaports brimming with new vibrancy. At the top of the Chesapeake Bay is Havre de Grace, a colonial town with an artistic flair. Here are just a few ways to experience Maryland’s colonial heritage this month.
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Artist studio tours – Shore, mountains
See the work of Maryland artists on the Eastern Shore and in Western Maryland. Artworks Studio Tour, based in Chestertown, offers a free itinerary of 50 Kent and Queen Anne’s county studios that runs two weekends, Oct. 30-31 and Nov. 6-7. Mountain Maryland Artists Studio Tour provides a look at 26 studios in Allegany and Garrett counties – also on two weekends: Nov. 6-7 and Nov. 13-14.

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Decoy Bay traditions – Oysters, wildlife art
Celebrate life by the bay. Oysterfest, Nov. 6 at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, features all things oyster – along with live music, boat rides and kids activities. Easton’s 40th annual Waterfowl Festival, Nov. 12-14, showcases wildlife art and the Shore environment in a festival that has “calling” contests, auctions, and fly-fishing and dog demos. The Chesapeake Oyster and Beer Festival, Nov. 20 at the state fairgrounds in Timonium, serves up tons of oysters and more than 40 beers and wines.
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Octoberfest Holiday craft shows – Handmade gifts
Find just the right arts & crafts holiday gift at one of these seasonal craft shows:
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Frosty Friday

Downtown festivities – Frederick, Leonardtown
Frederick kicks off the holiday season with First Saturday, Nov. 6 – an evening of exhibit openings, live entertainment and free carriage rides. Frederick also hosts Frosty Friday, Nov. 26 – a day of free cocoa and gift wrapping, and special attractions on the biggest shopping day of the year. Also Nov. 26, Leonardtown in Southern Maryland presents Christmas on the Square – an evening of holiday fun that accompanies a tree lighting and Santa’s arrival.

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Call 1-800-LEAVES-1 (1-800-532-8371) to hear where the brightest red, orange and gold foliage is in Maryland.

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