Schedule of Events

Featured events run from 10 am to 4 pm.
TIME EVENT LOCATION
10-4 Wood Turning Demos - Chesapeake Woodturners  Across from Historic House
10-4 5K Walk-Happy Wanderers Happy Wanderers Tent, near Carriage House
10-4 Free Tours of Historic House  Historic House, Tour Entrance
10-4 Blast-in-the-Past History Playground Lower Lawn
10-4 Museum Gift Shop open Historic House, office entrance
10-4 Dinosaur Hands-On Activity Room Carriage House 
10-4 Weave a basket with the Basket Bunch Children’s Tent
10-4 Open Easels and Guided Painting Activities - Laurel Arts Guild Across from Arts Center 
11 Tea by the Tea Trolley East Wing of Historic House
11-2 Plein-Air Demo and Workshop - Steve Fleming and Laurel Arts Guild  Across from Arts Center
11-12 M.S.G. Acoustic Blues Trio - Roots Music in the Piedmont Tradition Music Tent
11:30 How Bees Make Honey - Steve McDaniel of McDaniel Honey Farm) Historic House Library
noon Tea by the Tea Trolley East Wing of Historic House
12-4 Live Animal Exhibit - Mount Rainier Nature and Recreation Center Animal Tent
12:30 Growing an Herbal Pharmacy - Donna Koczaja, Prince George’s County Master
Gardeners
Lecture Tent
12:30-1:15 The Magic Of Phillip Jennings, Illusionist Music Tent
1 Tea by the Tea Trolley East Wing of Historic House
1 Botanical Scavenger Hunt, completion prizes! - Tim Wasserman Meet at Lecture Tent
1 Classical Recital - Ismar Gomas and Wan-Chi Su Arts Center
1:30 Upcycled Quilting: A workshop for all ages - Cynthia Gossage  Cynthia Gossage vendor booth
2 Tea by the Tea Trolley East Wing of Historic House
2-2:45 The Magic Of Phillip Jennings, Illusionist Music Tent
2:30 Culinary Herbs: A Year-Round Pop of Natural Flavor and Color - Linda Jones of Elements of Nature Lecture Tent
3 Tea by the Tea Trolley East Wing of Historic House
3-4 Kentlands Acoustic Jam, sponsored by the Kentlands Community Foundation Music Tent