YOUR GUIDE TO
Find t! I d Fin It!
Looking to find it all, in a place
that is close to everything?
Visit Howard County and
discover why this is where
Maryland comes together.
DISCOVER IT... Civil War history &
America’s oldest railroad terminus.
EXPLORE IT... 100 miles of scenic
wooded trails and great outdoor fun.
SHOP IT... Unique antiques, trendy
boutiques and artist galleries.
SAVOR IT... Friendly bistros, cozy
taverns and fine dining .
Only 10 minutes from BWI airport &
Interstate 95. Just 20 minutes from
both Washington D.C.
& Baltimore beltways.
Delaware Art Museum holds a world-renowned collection of American art and
illustration from the 19th century to the
present, the largest collection of British
Pre-Raphaelite art outside the United
Kingdom, and the art and archives of
American artist John Sloan. Along with
a lively series of changing exhibitions,
it houses the Helen Farr Sloan Library
& Archives, Bank of America Education Wing and art studios, Kids’ Corner,
Thronson Café and the Museum Store.
The 11-acre site on beautiful Kentmere
Parkway also includes the Copeland
Sculpture Garden and the Labyrinth in
the Anthony N. Fusco Reservoir.
....... Where Maryland Comes TOGETHER!......
A Horse Expo and Festival
The Meadow Event Park
A must-attend event for horse lovers of
all ages and interests, Virginia’s biggest
horse happening features three days of
horse fun for the whole family! Enjoy
great shopping, trick horses, breed parades, horse talent competition, Virginia
Farmer’s Market and Wine, live music,
mule and donkey exhibits, 100+ clinics
and demonstrations for beginner riders
through expert, a colt starting competition, kids’ activities and MORE.
First Works Festival 2011
270 Westminster Street
Sept. 22–Nov. 12
A Festival of Firsts. Second to None.
Celebrating First Works’ biggest season
ever, Festival 2011 transforms Providence into a multistage spectacle of
tour-de-force performances. Enter a
world of illusion and movement through
the deep green lens of MOMIX’ Botanica.
Be mesmerized by the Caravanserai, a