Arts & Music

Howard Community College's Fall For All-Friday, October 20

Howard Community College is thrilled to host our inaugural Fall for All event on October 20, 2023. This family-friendly, free event falls on a day when HCPSS schools are closed so it's the perfect time to explore our campus and enjoy fall festivities, such as food, fun activities and crafts, a corn maze, candy, and more! "HCC is happy to host the community for the inaugural Fall for All festival.

Howard County Pride

On October 15, from 11 am - 4 pm, Howard County Pride returns with its annual PRIDE Celebration at Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods. This free, family-friendly event kicks off with a Kids' Music Box performance by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra!
Vendors, Exhibitors, and Food Trucks will line the pathways and the Chrysalis stage will feature a variety of amazing performances!

Wilde Lake Fall Festival

Join us for a fun day at Wilde Lake Park as welcome Fall 2023! The event will include several local school and area bands, dance performances, food trucks, games, face painting, moon bounces, community vendors and more! Ride your bike to the event, Bike HoCo will sponsor a bike corral. #VibrantWildeLake #WildeLake

Maryland STEM Festival 2023 Opening Ceremony

On October 12th, Kick off the 9th Annual Festival with a variety of fun presentation and STEM activities focusing on this year’s theme STEM-ertainment.   There will be plenty of activies involving eSports and Video Games includng Firaxis and the Baltimore  Chaper of Independent Game Developers Association.  This is a free event for all ages.  The event is in the Science and Technology Building at Howard Community College.

Howard County Seeks Entries for Coloring Book Contest Promoting “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle”

Howard County’s Department of Public Works’ Bureau of Environmental Services invites Howard County students, grades third through fifth, to participate in its annual Coloring Book Contest promoting the importance of the three R’s: “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.” Drawings should be done on white, unlined 8.5” by 11” paper in black marker or ink – no color, and should show how each artist practices at least one of the three R’s.