SANTA & MRS. CLAUS’ TRAIN ARRIVAL & TRAIN RIDES
10:30am – Civil War Santa & Mrs. Claus arrive by train into the Roundhouse
10:45am – Santa & Mrs. Claus light a new 20 ft. animated Christmas Tree
Weekend train rides with Santa
Ornament Decorating Contests for Kids
Craft: making Wooden Toys
50% off admission with a donation to Toys for Tots*
Admission: $18 adults, $16 seniors (60+), $12 children (2-12), B&O Members – Free!
Train Rides: $3 adults, $2 children with paid admission, B&O Members – Free!
Carousel Rides: $2 with paid admission
*Donations must be received by December 15; only new donations accepted.
Location Info:B&O Railroad Museum 901 W. Pratt St Baltimore, MD 21223
Contact Info:410-752-2490 Visit Website »
Building a Brighter Tomorrow through National Marine Sanctuaries
Explorer. Environmentalist. Educator. Filmmaker. For over five decades, Jean-Michel Cousteau has dedicated himself to advocating for our water planet. A voice for the ocean, he inspires audiences worldwide to act responsibly and preserve the fragile underwater ecosystems that are so intricately tied to all life on Earth.
Location Info:The Baltimore Aquarium 501 East Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21202
Contact Info:410-576-3800 Visit Website »
Wellness Classes: Living with Diabetes: Executive Summary
A condensed version of Living with Diabetes offered in the evening. Most insurance plans cover all or part of thisprogram.
Location Info:Howard County General Hospital 5755 Cedar Ln Columbia, MD 21044
Contact Info:443-718-3000 Visit Website »
Banneker After School Explorers Series
Each after school adventure will explore a different nature/history theme that will include hands-on activities and outdoor exploration. Dress for the outdoors including sturdy shoes. Parents are welcome to stay but it is not required. Children in 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades $15 member / $20 non-members (For the series of 6 sessions)
Advance registration required… 410-887-1081 or BannekerMuseum@BaltimoreCountyMD.gov
Location Info:Benjamin Banneker Historical Park and Museum 300 Oella Avenue Catonsville, MD 21228
Contact Info:410-887-1081 Visit Website »
Dvořák & Gershwin
Antonin Dvořák’s most famous work was inspired by the sights, sounds, and music of the US, while George Gershwin mined the riches of Cuban rhythms for his thrilling overture. Plus, here’s an extraordinary opportunity to hear Christopher Rouse’s Pulitzer Prize-winning work in the hall named for his cousin Jim Rouse, featuring National Symphony Trombonist David Murray.