Sleep Inn & Suites
10127 Washington Blvd.
Laurel, MD 20723
Phone: (301) 604-6200
Fax: (301) 317-9667
Established in 1992, Laurel Auction is centrally located between Baltimore & Washington. The auction is held every two weeks and features antiques, furnishings, artwork, china, porcelain, silver, glassware & collectibles.
Maryland Live! is a casino that promises a fun and exciting evening to its patrons. Different gaming and playing options are available at this modern casino. The casino also features several dining establishments that serve variety of cuisines and cater to different tastes and requirements. Apart from that, it also has its very own, Rams Head Center Stage where concerts and similar events are hosted regularly. For details, check website or call ahead.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover is not just about gambling. Its 500-seat Rams Head Center Stage, which opened its door in August 2012 with the performance of The Charlie Daniels Band, is a humdinger of a concert venue. This awesome live music hot-spot hosts concerts almost every day, featuring not just the local bands but also some of the best regional bands on tour. The performances by famous bands like The Real Geniuses, Go Go Gadjet and The Fabulous Thunderbirds have set a precedent for many such performances to follow. So you can expect many such lively performances here. For the football fans, the Rams Head Center Stage gives you a chance to catch live action of the games on Sunday and Monday nights on its giant screen. With an array of drinks and snacks option available on demand, Rams Head Center Stage is a perfect fix for your daily entertainment.
The Jillian's at the Arundel Mills is a magnificent arcade that comprises of a bowling alley, billiards room and a restaurant. Besides this, the coin operated games and video games are a favorite among kids. A fun place to hop over and stop while you shop at the Arundel Mills Shopping Mall. Call for more information.
Merriweather Post Pavilion is actually an outdoor park-cum concert venue situated in downtown Columbia. It is one of the most happening venues for concerts and music festivals not only in Columbia but also in the entire Maryland area. This is not just a venue for the usual rock and roll bands but also for operas and local bands; indie band Animal Collective, named their 2009 hit album after this venue. The Summer Concerts are a big hit, so make sure to book well in advance. Tickets for most concerts can be purchased on line. Visit website for event schedule.
Come to this theater cum dining option located in the center of Columbia. Nominated for the Helen Hayes Awards for around 38 times, this venue hosts original musicals and some famous Broadway shows all year around. A live orchestra supports these splendid matinee and evening shows. The bar on-site serves delicious buffet and delectable drinks. Subscribe to avail of good discounts. For show details and more, check the website.
The Greenbelt Arts Center is best known for its little theater which allows directors to choose the kind of seating arrangement they like, whether it's stadium style, with a proscenium or a rotating stage. A number of exhibitions are displayed so make sure to look those up too.
Built as a stable and a barn for a large private estate in the year 1830, Oliver's Carriage House is now home to the Kittamaqundi Community Church. Despite heavy renovation carried out by the church in the year 1969, the house has retained the original stone walls and wooden beams, which, along with the beautifully landscaped streamline gardens provide a perfect avenue for hosting private events. Equipped with various technological amenities, catering services and other infrastructure facilities, Oliver's Carriage House has, in the past, hosted various family gatherings. A special place to enjoy and celebrate your private occasions, call or visit their website for more information.
Kaleidoscope Comedy is a cooperative comedy group based in the Maryland, DC area.
The home of Terrapin Athletics at the University of Maryland, the Comcast Center seats up to 18,000 fans for basketball, University and community events. The Center includes a large Academic Support Center for student-athletes, an attached 1500 seat gymnasium for the University's volleyball, gymnastics, and wrestling teams, and the Nextel Heritage Hall used for banquets, meetings, and press conferences. Make sure to check out the "Walk of Fame and History" to learn all about Terrapin Athletics.
Chesapeake Chorale is a chorus of 50-60 singers who perform three to four concerts per year in the Bowie area with additional guest appearances at other locations throughout the year.