Thanksgiving Events and Things to Do
Over the river and through the woods… Check out these fun Thanksgiving events in Maryland throughout the month of November.
Beginning at 9 a.m. cars will line up at the Perry Cabin Ball Fields. At 10:30 the parade will proceed down Talbot St. and finish at E. Marengo St. at the Classic Motor Museum where refreshments will be enjoyed.
In Maryland, we’ve got a lot to be thankful for, but nothing more than our beautiful horses, our four-legged furry companions, and this land of pleasant living we call home. And for more than 150 years, Marylanders have come together on Thanksgiving to bless our beloved horses and hounds. With riders resplendent in their traditional garb and pups eager to hit the trail, it’s a stirring authentic Maryland tradition.
Get off the couch and get your heart pumping at these Turkey Trots all across Maryland. These races are a great way to spend your morning, work off a few extra calories, and help great organizations like the Y of Central Maryland!
The Thanksgiving tradition is one rooted in the land, the people and the history that unites us, and we in Maryland are blessed with an overflowing bounty or special people and special places. There’s no better way to spend this uniquely American holiday than coming together with friends and family to visit one of Maryland’s State and National Parks. Experience the stunning bounty of nature at unique natural treasures like Assateague, Sandy Point and Blackwater, and get in touch with the stories that make America at Fort McHenry, Point Lookout, Antietam, and Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum.
Unique shopping districts pepper our state. You’re bound to find great shopping packed with local flavor along these Main Street districts. Whether you’re shopping with a mission or just browsing, Maryland’s charming boutiques and malls have the goods and unique treasures you’re looking for. If you like antiquing, you’ll love these Antiques Stores and Shopping Areas for finding the best deals on all things vintage.