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Maryland Family Events: Nov 3-5

Maryland Family Events: Nov 3-5

Welcome to November, what a beautiful last couple of days it has been! Here’s our picks for events this weekend in Maryland featuring the STEAMFest and the Maryland STEM Festival activities! Don’t forget to reset your clocks and “Fall Back” this weekend!

Harvest Moon Hayride
Nov 3; 6pm
Cost: $6 res; Non-res: $8 Day of Event – Res $8; Non-res $10
Snacks, fun activities, and the kids’ costume parade contest, and the family car contest. Spooky train ride with “trunk treating”.

Mother & Son Dance
William B Wade Community Center –Waldorf
Nov 3; 6:30pm
Cost: $15-$20
Moms can make it a date night with the little boys in their life. Dress up and dance the night away.

ShowPlace Arena
Nov 4
Enjoy nature tales and roasted marshmallows, and different nature themes for each program.

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Maryland State Fairgrounds
Nov 4-5
The Brick Fest Live LEGO® Fan Experience is filled with hands-on attractions and activities engineered to inspire, educate, and entertain.

Superhero Day
Nov 4; 10am
Milton Somers Community Center – La Plata
Cost: $15-$20

Have the kiddos dress up as their favorite super hero and let them put their superpowers to the test! Included is a photo and a superhero photo ID badge. A light snack is included.

MDIS Fall STEM Festival – FREE
Nov 4; 10am
Maryland International School – Elkridge
Hands-on STEM activities for families with children in grades PreK-12.

American Indian Heritage Day -FREE
Nov 4; 11am
Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum
Musical performances, storytelling, archery lessons, craft activities and demonstrations of essential life skills.

The Great Pumpkin Smash
Nov 4; 1pm
Spider Hall Farm – Prince Frederick
Cost: Ages 4+ – $5; under 3 Free
Smash pumpkins and clean up the farm. Pumpkin relays, pumpkin bowling, smashing and more! Bring your old pumpkins from home and smash them in the patch too!

Maryland Emancipation Day Celebrations
Nov 3 – 5
Montgomery County Parks
On November 1, 1864, Maryland freed by a new state constitution all those held in bondage within its boundaries. Celebrate Maryland Emancipation Day at historic sites throughout the county.

Pay What You Want Day
Nov 5; 10am
National Aquarium – Baltimore
Donate an amount of your choice for admission.

Saturn V Moon Rocket Celebration
Nov 5; 2:30pm
NASA Goddard – Greenbelt
See a display of the model Saturn V rocket. A presentation will be made recapping the Saturn V launch vehicle and giving families a up close and personnel experience of the journey to the moon.