With cooling temperatures and dramatic color-changing foliage, fall is a beautiful time to be in Baltimore County. Whether you're in search of the perfect pumpkin, freshly pressed apple cider, corn mazes, or spooky haunted attractions, there is something for everyone this season.
Autumn in Baltimore County is also home to many great local events, with everything from concerts to wine tastings available right in your backyard.
Get ready for an evocative evening of sultry singing accompanied by velvet jazz rhythms as Molly Ringwald, America’s sweetheart and teen idol from the 1980s, opens the Gordon Center’s season with an enchanting cabaret style performance.
On Saturday, October 25, Ringwald will perform selections from her recent debut CD, “Except Sometimes,” and other favorites, including her rendition of The Breakfast Club classic, “Don’t You (Forget About Me).” Ringwald’s confident vocals backed by an expert jazz trio are a perfect match for the intimacy of the Gordon Center.
This year’s race represents the eighth Race for the Cure to be held in Hunt Valley, Baltimore County. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz is the honorary chairman for the race.
Individual support and donations mean health programs are available to women, men, and families throughout Maryland who have been affected by breast cancer. Run, walk, or be a sponsor in the Race for the Cure. Support is lifesaving!
Discover Space is a three-part, interactive learning exhibit presented by the Space Science Institute. Discover Space is one exhibit with three sections: Visions of the Universe, Space Rocks: Asteroids and Comets and Planet Families Touch Table.
Visit Wilbur and all his barnyard buddies in our Charlotte's Web Corn Maze.
The Towson Downtown 5K, presented by The Greene Turtle of Towson, will be held on October 25th. The 2014 5K course is a primarily flat and fast, closed loop through the streets of Towson.
Venture to the Community College of Baltimore County Essex for the production of Our Town, presented by Children’s Playhouse of Maryland at 1 p.m. on the weekends of Oct 25-26 and Nov. 1 -2 in the Administration Building Lecture Hall (near Parking Lot 4), 7201 Rossville Blvd.
Encounter witches, owls, snakes and others as you try to solve a Halloween mystery.