The holiday tours at the Carroll County Farm Museum are decorated around a theme of "Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice" this year. Family-friendly activities from visiting Santa to watching demonstrations by tinsmiths to holiday crafts will be available on the weekends through December.
Port Discovery Children’s Museum is slated to open two new immersive exhibits and several improved amenities in late spring of next year and will begin construction in January, according to a recent release.
The Maryland Sports Boosters put on a 1983 World Series reunion gala on Wednesday night in conjunction with the Babe Ruth Museum. There were plenty of players from that team in attendance and many of them were wondering when the Orioles will knock them off that pedestal.
The National Museum in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, suffered a devastating fire in September that consumed one of the most important museum collections in the Americas — a national and international catastrophe the likes of which the museum world has rarely seen. Sadly, it could happen anywhere.
Ted McNett invited the public to help him and the local blacksmith guild create a luna moth sculpture in memory of Jimmy Malachowski at the Farm Museum on Nov. 10 — as well as create smaller luna moths to be included in an exhibit at the Bear Branch Nature Center in memory of other fallen veterans.
Despite morning, an autumnal chill and having been rescheduled due to a hurricane, the 35th annual Maryland Wine Festival could not be denied Saturday, drawing thousands of revelers to the grounds of the Carroll County Farm Museum.
The friendship between BMA director Chris Bedford and artist Mark Bradford has ramifications for art museums internationally that are struggling to figure out how to tell a comprehensive history not restricted to white male artists. And it already has begun to change Baltimore.
The Gate House Museum is cancelling its last Sunday Afternoon Porch Talk that was scheduled for Oct. 14. The Sykesvillle museum had six of them since summer, with speakers including Gate House Curator Jack White, former nurses from Springfield Hospital, former Mayor Jonathan Herman and local..
Austin McL. "Mac" Taliaferro, who retired from the the Hedwin Corp. where he had been director of marketing and sales, died Sept. 15 from respiratory failure at Bayleigh Chase Assisted Living in Easton. He was 86.
This 39-piece traveling exhibit running through Oct. 14 at the Reginald Lewis museum includes artifacts spanning 150 years of the Jim Crow era in the U.S. Such items as a 1906 calendar advertising Rastus Cigars show how stereotypes get formed.
After a near-record rainy summer flooded out events and washed out dams, a wet September, darkened by the potential cloud shadows of hurricane Florence, may muddy the outlook for high profile festivals.
You can support a great cause and have a delightful breakfast on Sunday, Sept. 16, at Applebee’s, 634 Baltimore Blvd. in Westminster, when they host a fundraiser breakfast to benefit Francis Scott Key High School Athletic Boosters.
“Introduction to Blacksmithing,” a two-day workshop for beginners, will be held for ages 16 and older, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 25 and 26 in a workshop at the Howard County Living Farm Heritage Museum, 12985 Frederick Road, West Friendship. Cost is $160, and enrollment will be capped at 12 students.
Due to a historic storm on May 27 during which more than 10 inches of rain fell in two hours, the Catonsville Historical Society got hit with about 18 inches of water in its museum and its basement was completely submerged — ruining over 150 years worth of archives of Catonsville Times.
Starting this weekend the Gate House Museum will host a series of seven Sunday Afternoon Porch Talks to discuss local history. The free talks will take place on the museum’s porch from 2 to 4 p.m. on various Sundays from July through October
The National Museum of African American History and Culture located on the National Mall will host "Walk-Up Weekdays" through September, allowing visitors to enter the museum on a first-come, first-serve basis during the week for the entire month.
The state has awarded Carroll County’s non-profits, local jurisdictions, and other heritage tourism organizations more than $100,000 to support heritage tourism projects to draw visitors and increase tourism-related jobs.