Scottish Festival The 14th annual Anne Arundel Scottish Festival brings Celtic traditions to the Annapolis area. This one-day event includes authentic Scottish food, music, athletic competitions and dancing. Scottish dogs, Highland cattle, Clydesdale horses and sheepdogs will be on site. The event is for adults and children. Live performances by the Highland-Aires, Bonnie Rideout, Carl Peterson and the Homespun Ceilidh Band. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday. Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, 1450 Generals Hwy., Crownsville. $10; students 12-18, $3; children 11 and younger, free. 410-849-2849.

'Frankenstein' on Stage

The Pasadena Theatre Company will perform Victor Gialanella's suspenseful adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic tale. In mid- 19th-century Switzerland, Dr. Frankenstein constructs a creature out of stolen bones. After being shunned by society, the creature asks Frankenstein to create a companion. When Frakenstein refuses, his creation turns into a monster. 8 p.m. tomorrow, Saturday, and Oct. 14 and 15; 3 p.m. Sunday and Oct. 15 and 16. Humanities Recital Hall, Anne Arundel Community College, 101 College Pkwy., Arnold. $15; children 12 and younger, members, $12. 410-975-0200 or

Arts Marketplace

The ninth annual Arts Marketplace is one of the largest juried shows in the area featuring American crafts, furniture, clothing, baskets, toys, jewelry and sculpture. This year, more than 50 artists join the show, including newcomer Mary Jackson of Charleston, S.C., who has kept her family history alive through sweetgrass basket-making. Jackson was taught by her mother and grandmother. The festival also includes live entertainment and artist demonstrations. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; 6:30 p.m. tomorrow, preview party. Academy Art Museum, 106 South St., Easton. $6; preview party tickets, $50. 410-822-8121 or

"Cobra" basket by Mary Jackson, who will display her work this weekend in Easton.