Haunted tours, a Pumpkin Walk, a historical re-enactment, new and live performances, football, music, and plenty more happen in Annapolis this week. See what fits your life below and plan on having fun. Annapolis Entertainment Navy football plays on Saturday, October 25 at home in Annapolis. USNA Band will perform too. Learn more about the game at www.usna.edu.
October means many things: Halloween, pumpkins, fall festivals, and the like. In Annapolis though, October also means the U.S. Powerboat Show. This week, Annapolis hosts the powerboat show and tons of fall and family-friendly events sure to wow. Peruse the long list of entertaining events below and see what fits you the best. Annapolis Entertainment It's a bit hard
This week, Annapolis boasts outdoor painting classes, a gentlemen-only bourbon tasting event, Navy football, and plenty more forms of entertainment. From live arts to outdoorsy fun, Annapolis has it all! Annapolis Entertainment The biggest event this week is the U.S. Sailboat Show--big in terms of volume and in anticipation. The sailboat shows have been hosted by
Oktoberfest, festivals, educational events, and green happenings are all available in the area this week. Get out and explore! Annapolis Entertainment Compass Rose Theater continues their rendition of A Raisin in the Sun this week. The show centers on the award-winning classic. Enjoy this performance through mid October. Head to www.compassrosetheater.org to learn
Between a Navy football game, two live productions, community kayaking, and a family friendly festival to celebrate Kunta Kinte, it should be no problem finding things to do this week. Annapolis has art, history, sports, and green events just for you! Annapolis Entertainment This week in Navy football, Western Kentucky comes to Annapolis for a game that's sure to be
In the 16th Century, Spanish explorers sailed around the world searching for new lands and trade routes to help improve their nation’s wealth and resources. Many spent weeks, if not months, at sea as they traveled from continent to continent. During their voyages, many of these seafaring explorers made their homes aboard tall ships called galleons. These 170ft