Various Dates in Summer 2023
Learn more about our planned activities surrounding the latest PBS series, Iconic America. And register for some great events.
Bi-weekly, March 1 - April 12 at 7pm
Join MPT and our partner MGS for a beginner-to-intermediate workshop series consisting of four bi-weekly sessions covering best practices for creating a research plan.
Thursday, January 19, 2023 at 7pm
Join us at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore in Owings Mills MD for an in-person screening and discussion of The US And The Holocaust.
Now through December 31
Make a donation of any amount to Maryland Public Television and receive a coupon code for a FREE virtual cooking class at Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Cooking School!
November 19, 8am-2pm, MPT Studios
The MPT Flea Market & Bazaar is BACK! This event, located on the MPT campus, brings together more than 1,000 community members and dozens of vendors and crafters to sell, mix, mingle, and shop.
Join us for a daytime bus trip to Maryland's Eastern shore. The first stop on the tour is St. Michaels. We will have a waterside lunch before we move on to Cambridge Maryland.
October 28, noon
Join us for a lunchtime screening of the latest Indie Lens film. A dancer paralyzed with a spinal cord injury tests the limits of her recovery while adapting to life with a disability.
October 27, 9am-6pm, Timonium Fairgrounds
The Baltimore County Department of Aging's extravaganza showcases the latest in information, resources, products and services. Stop by the MPT table in the south hall.
October 26 at 7pm
Join us, virtually, for an interactive conversation moderated by Dr. Kay Wise Whitehead from Today with Dr. Kaye on WEAA 88.9FM. We will take a deep dive into the Making Black America series and discuss the role the arts play in black history.
Wednesday, September 28 at 7pm
This YouTube live event celebrates "Harriet Tubman: Visions of Freedom" and "Becoming Frederick Douglass". Screeners of both films will be followed by a conversation with the filmmakers.
September 21 at 7pm, Morgan State University
Join MPT and WEAA at Morgan State University for a sneak peek of the newest Henry Louis Gates film, Making Black America. The event is free to attend, but registration is required.
Wednesday, June 22 at 7pm
Hiding in Plain Sight presents an unstinting look at both the seemingly insurmountable obstacles faced by those who live with mental disorders and the hope that many have found after that storm.
Bi-weekly, June 1 - 29 at 7pm
Join MPT and our partner MGS for a beginner-to-intermediate workshop series consisting of three bi-weekly sessions covering genetic specific genealogical research.
Thursday, May 19 at 7pm
Make a $60 donation to Maryland Public Television and you'll receive a Downton Abbey thank you gift that includes a ticket to the newest Downton Abbey motion picture and much more!
Wednesday, May 4 at 7pm
The film follows San Francisco’s Lowell High, one of the best public schools in the country that draws high achievers—nearly 70% Asian Americans—from across the city into a fiercely competitive universe.
Friday, April 8, 9am-5pm
Join us as we tour the sites of nearly a dozen barn quilt squares in Harford County, Maryland. Transportation, lunch, and gratuities included.
Thursday, March 31 @ 7pm
Join us for a preview and discussion of this impressionistic look into the life of Harriet Tubman.
Tuesday, March 22 @ 7pm
Three unforgettable, formerly incarcerated mothers, jailed for drug-related charges, fight to readjust to life with their families. Join us for a discussion immediately following the program.
Friday, March 18 @ 7pm
In a male-dominated media landscape, the women journalists of India’s all-female Khabar Lahariya (“News Wave”) news network risk it all to cover the country’s news from a women-powered perspective.
Friday, November 5, 7:30AM - 5:30PM
Join us on our second Barn Quilt Bus Tour. This time, guest will travel to beautiful Calvert County Maryland to tour the sites of more than a dozen barn quilt squares. Transportation, lunch, and gratuities included.
Bi-weekly September 2 - October 14 at 7pm
Join MPT and our partner MGS for a beginner-to-intermediate workshop series consisting of four bi-weekly sessions covering various topics to help you advance your genealogical research.
Friday, June 25 at 1pm
Live on MPT's Facebook and YouTube channels. A panel of experts discuss the role technology and social media play in mental health, for better and for worse.
Explore the great outdoors with a guided tour of Irvine Nature Center's impressive woodland and meadow ecosystems. This event is part of MPT's NEA Big Read program featuring "Lab Girl" by Hope Jahren.
May 24-28, 2021
Join the National Coordinating Center for the Regional Genetics Networks (NCC) and PBS stations from across the country for a multi-day film screening of "Ken Burns Presents The GENE: An Intimate History" (THE GENE) to celebrate Public Health Genetics Week 2021!
TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 2021 @ 7PM
In this online workshop, a panel of experienced genealogists give tips on how to get started with your family research.
Sunday, January 10, 2021 @ 1pm
In this online workshop, a panel of experienced genealogists give tips on how to get started with your family research. Advance registration is required.
Friday, NOVEMBER 13 at 6pm
Learn how to participate in American Portrait, the national storytelling initiative created by PBS -- plus learn five technical tips for creating a fantastic video.
Thursday, February 27, 2020
MPT celebrated the illustrious career of MPT's first lady, Rhea Feikin, at the Water's Edge Event Center with a five-course dinner & bid a fond farewell to Rhea.
October 12, 2019 @ 6-10pm
Enjoy a delicious Chesapeake themed menu, beer, wine, dancing, and more in beautiful Easton.
March 23, 2019 at 7pm
MPT held our 3rd annual Artworks Uncorked & Untapped - an evening of fantastic art, food and libations that marries regional artists with local breweries and wineries.
Thursday, May 16 @ 6:30pm
MPT held a special performance of A.R. Gurney's play "Love Letters" joined by MPT's first lady Rhea Feikin and Center Stage's executive director, Michael Ross.