Pick Your Own Pumpkins at Larriland Farm

From the first strawberry plucked from the field in late May to the final apple pulled from the branch in early November, the pick-your-own season at Larriland Farm brings in droves of guests who love fresh food. Over the course of the summer, the pick-your-own calendar includes a variety of seasonal fruits. Peaches, Asian pears, […]

Mark Your Calendars for Riverfest on Sept. 30

The end of summer doesn't automatically signal that it's time to hibernate. Riverfest celebrates the arrival of autumn in the fresh air at Riverfront Park each year. It's coming up soon on Sunday, September 30th, when it kicks off at noon. For five hours, Riverfront Park transforms into a makeshift fairground with lots of fun […]

Primp and Pamper at The Pearl Spa

When you deserve a bit of self-care, treat yourself to a mani-pedi at The Pearl Spa. The lavish day spa dedicates an entire spacious nail room exclusively to its nail technicians, and it's more elegant than your average nail salon. Chic partitions section off each pedicure chair, so you feel like you're tucked away in […]

Scale the Walls at ClimbZone

You could call ClimbZone an interactive art gallery—with an emphasis on the interactive part. In place of traditional rock-climbing walls, ClimbZone is filled with colorful, creative works of art. It just so happens that they're all flecked with foot- and hand-holds, so they double as climbing walls. You don't have to be a kid to […]

Enroll Your Pup in the Laurel Annual Dog Show, Taking Place Sept. 16

If you’re like most pet parents, you probably think your pooch is the most adorable one out there. So why can’t she participate in a dog show? Former Laurel City Councilwoman Gayle Snyder had the same question. As an animal lover, she felt that all critters deserved to be celebrated—so she championed a dog show […]

Returning to Laurel in September: Old Town X-tras

When September rolls around and you still haven't soaked up enough of the summertime fresh air, head outdoors for the Old Town X-tras events. On September 9th and September 14th, the City of Laurel Parks and Rec department is hosting an outdoor concert and movie screening, respectively, at the Alice B. McCullough Field and Sturgis-Moore […]

Returning July 14 to the Laurel Municipal Pool: Splashdown!

It's not officially summer until you've shown off your new bathing suit at the local pool. Make the poolside area at Splashdown 2018 your runway this summer. The annual event celebrates the warmer weather with a roundup of aquatic activities, hot food, and other fun. If you already have a pass to the pool, enter […]

Play a Round With Friends at Monster Mini Golf

Most mini golf courses don't have their own radio station, but Monster Mini Golf isn't most golf courses. Its signature W.I.R.D. Radio pumps out a mix of oldies and new hits into the indoor mini-golf course. The tunes set the stage for bouts of friendly competition in this softly glowing, slightly spooky space. Why is […]

The Queen’s Ink Can Meet Any Crafting Needs

The next time you want to handcraft a card for a friend or create a scrapbook to commemorate a vacation, head to The Queen's Ink for supplies. The shop in Savage promises everything you need, from specialty papers and book-binding essentials to rubber stamps and mixed media art supplies. In addition to the eclectic inventory […]

Laurel Main Street Festival: Food, Music and Fun on May 12th

If you're driving through downtown Laurel on Saturday, May 12th, you'll notice that a good chunk of Main Street is closed off to cars. Find a spot to park and go explore what's beyond the barricade— it's the Laurel Main Street Festival. This annual spring celebration brings food, entertainment, and handicrafts to your city every […]