Night may fall early this time of year, but what better time to take in a festival, concert or holiday celebration. Share in the joys of the season at these favorite annual winter events.
1 Winter Restaurant Weeks
From picking crabs at a table to haute cuisine, Maryland has that and everything in between. Many towns team-up with their local restaurants to offer Winter Restaurant Week culinary experiences so that you can indulge to your hearts' content - at a great price. More info...
2 FeBREWary in Maryland
FeBREWary is Maryland’s official month-long celebration of craft beer lovers, and with craft brew events on tap across the state, it’s the perfect time for a beer lover's getaway. More info...
3 Black History Month
The story of the African-American experience in Maryland is the story of America. From the founding of the colony, through the horrors of slavery and the heroism of the Underground Railroad, to the Jazz Age and the thriving contributions to the sciences, arts and culture of today: the Maryland African-American story is one of perseverance,courage and triumph. More info...
4 Winterfest, Oakland
February 17-19, 2017
Enjoy the cool of winter with ice carving demonstrations, illuminated ice sculptures, an ice bowling alley and slide in the mountains. You won't want to leave this great small town.
5 Celebrate the Legacy of Harriet Tubman, a True American Hero
Maryland is honoring the legacy of one of America’s greatest heroes, Harriet Tubman, with the opening of a new state park the weekend of March 11-12, 2017. The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center offers a stirring look into the life and legacy of a woman who risked all in the name of freedom. Explore the new park and journey along the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad, and truly immerse in history.
More about Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center and State Park
4068 Golden Hill Road
Church Creek, MD 21622
6 Eagle Festival, Cambridge
March 11, 2017
Learn about these majestic flyers on an Eagle Prowl at Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, home of one of the largest breeding populations of bald eagles in the United States.
More about Eagle Festival at Blackwater Refuge
2145 Key Wallace Dr
Cambridge, MD 21613