Weekend Roundup: February 27th – March 1st

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out some of these family fun events and more!

February 23 – March 1

restaurant-week-marylandAnnapolis Restaurant Week

Food lovers won’t want to miss this seven-day dining extravaganza featuring two-course, fixed-price luncheon menus and three-course fixed-price dinners at some of the most popular restaurants in Annapolis. Nearly 40 establishments are expected to participate in the annual culinary event that provides the perfect opportunity to sample new restaurants and enjoy old favorites in the heart of Maryland’s capital city. Sponsored by the Annapolis Business Association, the sixth annual event provides a welcome opportunity for area residents and visitors to treat themselves to the award-winning cuisine Annapolis is famous for – all at an affordable price.

February 28 March 1

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Maryland Home & Garden Show

Visit over 300 booths with everything from Fall landscaping, decks and patios to kitchens, baths, re-modelers, spas, windows, additions, builders and many unique products you won’t find anywhere else. Many exhibitors will be offering show specials available only at the show.

 

February 27 March 1

Grave Digger Monster Jam MarylandMonster Jam

Monster Jam® Trucks: Team Max-D℠ driven by Morgan Kane, Team Blue Thunder® driven by Dalton Millican, Team Monster Energy driven by Coty Saucier, Team El Toro Loco® driven by Becky McDonough, Team Grave Digger® driven by Colton Eichelberger, Team Scoody-Doo™ driven by Bailey Shea Williams, Team NEA Police℠ driven by Aaron Basl, and Team Monster Mutt® Rottweiler driven by Daron Basl!

February 28 – March 01maryland wine passport experience

Maryland Wine Passport Experience

Traverse MD Wine Country though the Passport Experience! The Passport Experience is your personal guide through the wine trails of Maryland.  It is a self-guided adventure that gives you the opportunity to experience the rich and unique culture that each region has to offer. Take a weekend (or two) to get away and explore the local attractions, eat at some neighborhood hot-spots, and of course, indulge in great, locally-produced wine.

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