Monday, September 5, 2011

Fall 2011 Things to Do in the Mid Atlantic

An incredible range of festivals, shows and other events are held throughout the Mid Atlantic during the fall months. This list highlights some of the most popular fall things to do for the 2011 fall season:

The Maryland Renaissance Festival is set on a beautiful 25-acre wooded site with 85 acres of free parking. The festival includes craft and food booths, five pubs, ten major stages, a Jousting Arena and lots of games.

The festival is located on Crownsville Road, in Anne Arundel County in Crownsville, just outside of Annapolis, MD. The festival is held on weekends during August, September and October.

Sunfest in Ocean City Md is held on Sep 22nd, 2011at the inlet and along the beach.This Maryland fall festival includes music, food, arts and crafts, hayrides, children's activities and more.

The 2011 Potomac River Ramble, happens on Sunday, September 11, 2011 (rescheduled for October). The Potomac River Ramble is a canoeing and kayaking event that features environmental programming, restoration projects, festive meals, meetings with elected officials, and much more.

Join the Maryland Chapter of Trout Unlimited (MDTU) on September 21 when Lefty Kreh is scheduled to to speak at the Trout Unlimited Annual Meeting. His presentation is entitled: “Tips and Tricks for Fly Fishing.”

The Virginia Beach Neptune Festival runs from September 30, 2011 thru October 2, 2011. The festival includes Boardwalk Weekend, the Neptune Art and Craft Show, a sandcastle competition, athletic competitions, the Neptune Grand Parade, and other activities.

Harvest Faire, the Peninsula’s oldest Renaissance Festival, runs October 7-9, 2011 to Newport News to Newport News Virginia.

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