Don't Miss This Today

November 26, 2005

10 a.m. / Yule Show / The 20th Maryland Christmas Show, a traditional arts and crafts show that has been ranked among the top 100 craft events in the U.S., is under way at the Frederick County Fairgrounds. Until 6 p.m. (10 a.m.-5 p.m. tomorrow; repeats next weekend.) $6 ($3 for ages 12 and under). East Patrick Street off Interstate 70, Frederick. 301-898-5466 or

10 a.m. / All Aboard / At the historic B&O Railroad Museum, see how the pros put together a traditional model train garden during the Holiday Festival of Trains. Until 5 p.m. (noon-5 p.m. tomorrow; runs through Dec. 29). $8-$14 (under age 2 free). 901 W. Pratt St. 410-752-2490 or

Noon / Ruthian Sale / Bring your Baltimore sports collection into the big time at the Babe Ruth Museum Warehouse Clearance Sale, where pieces of past exhibits and displays (no original memorabilia) will be for sale. Until 4 p.m. Free admission. Sports Legends at Camden Yards, 301 W. Camden St. 410-727-1539 or

8:30 p.m. / Blues Challenge / Renowned guitarist Hubert Sumlin and the Nighthawks and four other bands will compete in the Baltimore Blues Society's Blues Challenge.Until 1 a.m. $25. Rosedale American Legion Hall, 1311 Seling Ave. 410-744-2291 or

AND Tomorrow

10 a.m. / Tree Fest / The Kennedy Krieger Institute's annual Festival of Trees fundraiser winds up at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timonium. Until 6 p.m. $10 ($5 seniors and ages 5-12; 4 and under free). 2200 York Road. 443-923-7300 or

5:30 p.m. / Reflection / For a quiet, reflective end to the first big weekend of the holiday season, Old St. Paul's Church in downtown Baltimore offers its weekly Vespers service: "No sermons, no bulletins, no proselytizing, just candlelight and chant." Charles and Saratoga streets. 410-685-5537 or

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