MARYLAND (WJZ)— Several events across Maryland are being altered, postponed, or cancelled in expectation of rough weather expected to be brought along with Hurricane Florence:
- 35th Annual Maryland Wine Festival: Due to impending inclement weather and Hurricane Florence, The Maryland Wine Festival has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 13, 2018. All tickets will be honored on that date. Additional details will be forthcoming.
- 10th Annual DogFest: The 10th annual DogFest, has been postponed to Saturday, October 6 due to the impact of heavy rains and Hurricane Florence.
- Hope Re-imagined: Night in Havana: Due to the “State of Emergency” declared by Governor Hogan and the uncertainty of the weather, the event has been postponed to: Saturday, October 13, 6:30-10:30pm
- Baltimore County African-American Cultural Festival: Due to the announced state of emergency in preparation for Hurricane Florence. The Baltimore County African American Cultural Festival has been postponed on Saturday, September 15, 2018. There is no additional information at this time. Stay tuned for further announcements.
- Defender’s Day Celebration: Has been altered. There will be no Friday night parade through Locust Point, and no Saturday evening music and fireworks. Daytime programs for Saturday and Sunday are, for the moment, still on.
- Taste of the Chesapeake: Has been cancelled due to the upcoming hurricane. No new date has been announced as of yet.
- Saint Mary Mediterranean Food Fest: Due to the impending rough weather this coming weekend. The festival will be moved back a week later making the dates of our annual festival September 21st, 22nd, and 23rd.
- D.C. Region Annual 9/11 Heroes Run: Due to the pending impact of Hurricane Florence, the annual Annapolis 9/11 Heroes Run has been postponed, and will not take place as originally scheduled for this Sunday, September 16, 2018. Every effort will be made to reschedule the race, but no further information is available at this time.