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What should I do for Christmas 2019 in Salisbury, MD?

Christmas Events in Salisbury, MD

The holiday season is a great time to soak up unique vibes that can only be found at this time of year. One great way to do this is through public events, where you can see your fellow Salisbury residents expressing themselves in a whole new way. What are some of the highlight happenings going down in Salisbury as we send off 2019?

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Mannheim Steamroller at Wicomico Civic Center

  • When? Friday, Dec. 20 from 7 to 10 PM
  • Where? Wicomico Civic Center, 500 Glen Avenue, Salisbury

You’ve probably heard that one epic instrumental Christmas song on the radio. You’ve probably heard it a lot. It’s got an orchestra that sounds like they’re playing for their life, along with a screaming guitar solo. Yeah, that one.

The culprits behind that holiday tune are the neoclassical titans known as Mannheim Steamroller. They’ve swept holiday radio for the past few decades with their epic renditions of Christmas music. If you like to take your Christmas traditionals with the drama turned up to eleven, then this concert at the Wicomico Civic Center is the place to be on December 20th.

Mini Holiday Pop-Up Shops

  • When? Saturday, Dec. 21 from 10 AM until 3 PM
  • Where? The Ugly Pie, 501 W. Main Street Ste C, Salisbury

For the first three Saturdays of December, the Ugly Pie is hosting a slew of “Mini Holiday Pop-Up Shops.” As of this writing, the first two Saturdays have already passed. That means you’ve got one more chance to experience this unique and festive space.

The Mini Holiday Pop-Up Shops are a chance to eat some unique sweets, take care of a little last-minute gift shopping, and support local vendors. Count us in.

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Winter Wonderland

  • When? Saturday, Dec. 21 from 10 AM to 2 PM
  • Where? The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, 909 S. Schumaker Drive, Salisbury

For a free, well-rounded family-friendly holiday experience, head down to the Winter Wonderland at the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art. The event includes holiday crafts, performances, sweets and more. There will even be an appearance by the Christmas Man himself (more commonly known as Santa Claus).

The theme of this year’s Wonderland is “Toyland.” Children will get to experience the world of toys while wearing their very own self-decorated elf hat. Visitors can also enjoy theater games with the Community Players of Salisbury. D’Ann Danse Studios will also be back, performing select holiday-themed choreographed routines this year from “A Rockin’ Cool Yule.” The selection of sweet treats will even include a hot cocoa bar.

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3 Salisbury Events to Check Out This Spring

Salisbury, MD eventsLocated over on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Salisbury has a much stronger connection to the rural farms and vineyards than the city centers of Baltimore and Washington. Due to this, Salisbury doesn’t have as many special events as you’d see in a place where millions of people live close together. However, the ones it does have show a greater appreciation of the land and the animals that live on it.

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5 Offbeat Things to do in Our Nation’s Capital

SaxophoneIf you’ve visited Washington D.C. on multiple occasions, it might seem like you’ve done practically everything there is to do as a tourist. Fortunately, even if you’ve seen all the top sites in our nation’s capital, there is still plenty for you to do. Here are five offbeat things to do in Washington D.C.

D.C. Jazz Festival

If you plan on visiting the nation’s capital sometime in June, you should check out the D.C. Jazz Festival. The annual D.C. Jazz Festival is by far the largest music festival in the capital. During this festival, you can choose from more than 200 live performances to attend and enjoy. These performances take place in clubs and concert halls throughout Washington D.C. You will get to learn about the different styles of jazz and meet with jazz aficionados from other states and abroad.

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