Events Hotline: 410 877-3679

Call for update on the status of an event today or leave a message for events coordinator to schedule a private function at Jerusalem Village.

This weekend:

1-4PM Visitors Center is open. Blacksmith demonstrations.

1-4PM Living History Demonstrations, Blacksmith Demonstrations, Visitor’s Center/Mill Museum, McCourtney’s General Store and Gift Shop

Next Upcoming Events:

Dec 1: GFSP volunteers pancake breakfast 

Dec 3: Christmas in the Village

Our events are family fun that won’t stretch the budget
Wind down your summer weekends at our Summer Picnic Concerts in the Meadow, watch history interpreters doing all manner of necessary work the age-old way at our history reenactments and encampments, or root for your favorite vintage base ball team on their scheduled weekends, and more! Our reasonable admission fees directly support our programs and help with our preservation and restoration work.

We hope to see you soon!

Download the 2017 Event Calendar

Year-Round Events:

Living History Sat and Sun 1-4 PM

  • Visitor Center/Mill Museum
  • Blacksmithing demo
  • Miller’s House (Gun Factory)
  • McCourtney’s 1930’s General Store
  • Civil War Room
  • Gift Shop

Every First Sunday              1-4 PM

  • Visit from Ben Franklin

Every Month on the Second Saturday       9 AM -Noon

  • Volunteer Workday, No pre-registration required

Every Day                            Dawn to Dusk

  • Self-guided tours of Village
  • Beautiful picnic area along river
  • Miles of Hiking along Little Gunpowder River

2017 Summer Concerts in Meadow 6-8 PM:

4 Jun     Ft. Delaware Cornet Band

18 Jun    Ken & Brad Kolodner  (Folk)

30 Jun 6 pm Free Concert! 229th Army National Guard Band

2 Jul      Free Range Blue (Americana)

16 Jul    Charlie Zahm and his Band (Celtic)

6 Aug   The Great Train Robbery, Kings of Classic Rock & Roll! (Classic Rock)

20 Aug  Crawdaddies (rock, blues, zydeco and funk)

Concert Tickets: $5 members/seniors, $10 for non-members, 12 and under Free.  Possible location change in the event of inclement weather.

Check/Cash only. Bring blanket/chairs. Please bring a canned food for the local Food Pantry.

A hotdog stand will be available on site for this concert season.  This will benefit a Girl Scout Gold project – a new trail bridge!


Jerusalem Village Family Fun Events:

1 Jan       First Day Hike

8 Apr      Easter Hike & Egg Roll 

6 May     11-3pm Harry Brooks Memorial Joust

13 May  9am-12 Hope on the Horizon Walk 2017 to benefit APFED

3&4        Jun Gilmore’s Raid/Civil War Encampment ($)

10 Jun     FOJM/PLDFF Yard Sale

4 Jul        Kingsville 4th of July Parade Float

Jul     10-3pm George Kreutzer Memorial Joust and Jerusalem Mill Joust

Aug 5        First Responders Day (11AM-3PM)

16 Sep     11-3pm AJC Championship Joust

1 Oct       330th Anniversary of Jerusalem

21 Oct 3pm – 8 pm Sleepy Hollow Spooky Halloween Trail 

3 Nov      American Girl & Longaberger Basket Bingo Fundraiser

Nov 4 10am – 4pm Jerusalem Mill Blacksmith Guild Fall Hammer Down. Info at

Nov 10 Support Kingsville Volunteer Fire Department 

Nov 11    8am to 2pm Fall Yard Sale

3 Dec      Christmas in the Village


Vintage Baseball in the Village:

Watch the Chesapeake Nine of Baltimore vintage baseball team play – 1860’s rules and equipment!

Please see their website for future dates and times at URL:


Maryland’s State Sport

Jerusalem Mill Village is the new home for Amateur Jousting Club of Maryland

Please see their website for future dates and times


 (Photographs taken at public and private events in the Jerusalem Village may be posted on the Historic Jerusalem Mill social media pages.)

Want to Volunteer?

“Adopt A Highway” trash pickup along Mountain Road, route 152, on the Second Saturday in April, June, August, and October weather permitting.  Volunteers are asked to Meet at the McCourtney’s General Store at 8:00 AM.

“Second Saturday Volunteer Workday” EACH month (on the second Saturday of the month). Starts at 9am. Look for the sign to guide you to the sign in area with coffee drinks and snacks. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Wear appropriate clothes for working outside, including work gloves and sturdy shoes. Ends by noon.