Candy Lane is a larger-than-life candy-themed experience with installations, thousands of lights and seasonal entertainment. Guests will be awed by 24-foot-tall ice cream cones and candy forests while strolling the paths of Center Plaza and experiencing Downtown in a sweet, new way.
On Saturday, November 27th from 1- 6pm, visit the Station North Arts District for Small Business Saturday to keep the love local! Come for the unique, handmade, artful gifts from Made in Baltimore makers, sample delicious holiday specials from local restaurants, and stay for our pop-up performance series in the newly reopened North Ave Market! RSVP on Eventbrite to get a reminder here.
Find unique gifts for everyone on your holiday list – including yourself – at the Howard County Arts Council's annual Holiday Maker-Mart! Choose from a wide selection of handcrafted items by talented local artisans, including jewelry, pottery, paintings, greeting cards, photography, fiber art, and more.
New this year: following the kick-off event on December 2 from 5:30-8:30pm, we’ve added a Juried Pop-Up Market from December 3-12 featuring gift items by a select group of artists and artisans. The pop-up market will be open Tuesday-Friday 4-8pm and Saturday-Sunday 12-4pm.
A holiday tradition returns to the historic Liriodendron Mansion in Bel Air!
Visit on Saturday, December 4 from 10 am to 5 pm to tour the beautifully decorated historic mansion and enjoy holiday favorites including:
Baltimore Choral Arts' holiday choral favorites continue a 38-year tradition with Christmas with Choral Arts, broadcasted by WMAR-TV, WYPR Radio and WBJC Radio. This year, we return to the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen for this special holiday performance featuring a brass ensemble.
Our special children’s program Christmas for Kids will make its return with a brand-new twist, featuring Synetic Theater in collaboration with Young Audiences of Maryland. This performance is OUTDOORS, you may bring your own lawn chairs or picnic blankets. Lawn chairs available to rent at venue.
Join us for a special Winter celebration of our ancestors and the traditions that unite us. Learn about traditional ancestral veneration practices across cultures, open your heart to the wisdom of the Elder Circle, and appreciate performances and presentations that remember, revere, and celebrate those that have passed on. This program is led by Yoruba Priestess Iya Keturah and will include a special Masquerade dance by members of her Ile (West African Traditional Spiritual Community), as well as presentations from members of other ethnic and spiritual communities .