Tagged as Recreational Event

The Battle of Antietam remains the bloodiest one-day battle on American soil. On September 17, 1862, 23,000 soldiers became casualties in the first major Confederate attack on the Union during the Civil War. Every year, the National Park Service honors their sacrifice when it illuminates the Battlefield with 23,000 luminaries.

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Our annual Best of Maryland Awards typically held in May, Preservation Month, has been postponed until Fall 2020.

Sun, 06/07.
11:00am

Paddle Pick-Up in Patapsco

The Cycle Mill Bike Shop, 169 Frederick Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043

Hosted by Patapsco Heritage Greenway

Cost: $0-$30

Calling all paddle enthusiasts! If you love getting out on the Patapsco with your kayak, canoe, or paddle-board, or if you want to get started, this event is for you!

Sun, 06/21.
9:00am

Festival del Rio Patapsco

Hosted by Patapsco Heritage Greenway, Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park

Latinx visitors to our area are an opportunity to engage a new audience in our mission, learn from Latinx audiences about their own stewardship efforts, and create more inclusive heritage tourism opportunities in the Patapsco Valley. Patapsco Heritage Greenway is planning a Festival del Rio Patapsco on June 21, 2020. This event is being planned in partnership with Friends of Patapsco Valley State Park.

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