May 2 & 3 -
Civil War Living History Reenactment
- Witness Living History
in the remaking as various regiments occupy the grounds surrounding the family Farmhouse. Guests may visit
the camps. Artisans will demonstrate skills from the 1800s.
May 16 & 17 -
- Hosted by the Blacksmith Guild of Central
Maryland. There will be guest blacksmith demonstrations, hands-on classes and an auction of blacksmith
equipment and forged items. For more information go to
June 6 -
Spring Muster and Antique Fire Equipment Show
Hosted by the Chesapeake Antique Fire Apparatus Association, a chapter of SPAAMFAA. Antique fire equipment is
on display and there is a flea market of fire service items. Event located near the pond off Ag Center Road.
For more information go to cafaa.net
June 13 -
Deer Creek Fiddlers’ Convention, presented by
Common Ground on the Hill. Bluegrass, old-time and Celtic music and dance competition. Shade tree picking.
Evening concert. Competition with prize money to winners.
For more information go to www.commongroundonthehill.org
June 14 -
Flag Day Ceremony –
July 4 –
OLD-FASHIONED JULY 4TH PICNIC/ CELEBRATION/ FIREWORKS
Celebration includes onstage entertainment, children’s games, food and crafts for sale. Fireworks are sponsored
by Kiwanis Club of Westminster.
July 11 & 12 -
Common Ground on the Hill's Roots
Music & Arts Festival
- Four stages of traditional music, dance, and food from diverse American cultures.
A family-oriented event with programming for all ages. For more information, call Common Ground on the Hill
at 410-857-2771; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 6-10, 13-17, 20-24 -
Living History Camp.
September 10-13 -
Steam Show Days
The Mason Dixon Historical Society presents antique farm machinery, steam and gas engines, and antique cars on
display. Working demonstrations include saw milling, shingle sawing and branding, baling, threshing, and grinding.
Consignment Auction on Thursday. Flea market, food for sale and hayrides.
September 19 & 20 -
The Maryland Wine Festival®
The Maryland Wine Festival® features: tasting of local wines, wine seminars, continuous on-stage entertainment,
crafts, and a variety of delicious cuisine for sale.
October 17 & 18 -
Fall Harvest Days
Traditional autumn happenings may include apple butter making, farm machinery demonstrations, tractor and mule
pulled wagon rides, scarecrow making, and children's games. Country food and crafts for sale and on-stage
December 1-20 -
The Museum is decorated in holiday fashion with Santa visits, food sales, holiday music, and mule pulled wagon rides.