The Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum is observing the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II as well as celebrating Women’s History Month.
On Monday, March 2, at 7 p.m., the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum and the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center will present author Amy Nathan to discuss her book Yankee Doodle Gals, the story of the first women to fly U.S. military aircraft in World War II. Following her presentation, Ms. Nathan will sell and sign her book, and an exhibit on the pioneering contributions of the WASP will be available for exploring.
This free speaker event takes place in the Lockheed Martin auditorium, 2323 Eastern Boulevard, Middle River, 21220.
Join us at the Maryland State Fairgrounds for the annual Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival. Enjoy a great day of beer sippin', bourbon tastin', music listenin', cigar smokin' and barbeque eatin'. Your admission buys you a sampling glass so you can enjoy an All-You-Care-To-Taste sampling of beer and bourbon. Some of the best barbeque vendors are on-site if you get hungry all while enjoying seminars in the tasting theater and live music all day.
Explore the craftsmanship of traditional Japanese tattoos and their enduring influence on modern tattoo practices. Designed by Kip Fulbeck and curated by master tattoo artists and author Takahiro Kitamura, Perseverance represents the diverse spectrum of Japanese-style tattooing today.
The traveling version of Perseverance: Japanese Tattoo Tradition in a Modern World is organized by the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, California, and is supported, in part, by Mariko Gordon and Hugh Cosman and free to the general public.
Gallery Hours: Monday to Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday 1 to 4 p.m. This exhibition runs through May 2.
The Maryland Home and Garden Show is the perfect place to be inspired to improve your home.
This winter, explore the state’s rich culture, museums, and history while also learning more about great local restaurants, attractions and Maryland wines.
Richard Warren “Jake” Jaquish (1933–1999) was a passionate landscape photographer for whom making photographs was a spiritual quest.
In 2014, African American and Orthosox Jewish girls in Baltimore City participated ina photography workshop series.
Learn the art of turning sap into syrup from our rangers. Take a hike to tap trees, see sap cooked into syrup and taste some maple syrup made here at the park!