Thank you for your interest in Aberdeen Proving Ground's support to our communities! Our goal is to offer knowledgeable, engaging speakers as well as Soldier support to your events. The information requested below is required to evaluate the event appropriateness and compliance with Department of Defense policies and for coordination with the units involved. 


It's never too early to begin planning your event, and we want to be a part of that plan. Please complete the attached form at least 60 days prior to the event.


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9 NOV: APG Turkey Trot

The walk/run “Turkey Trot” will be held on Thursday, 9 November, beginning in the APG North Exchange parking lot with a kickoff time at 0645. The Walk/Run path will follow along Aberdeen Boulevard and Plum Point and loop back to the Exchange. The event is open to military personnel, civilian employees, their family members, and community guests.

14 NOV: APG Turkey Bowl

The 2023 Turkey Bowl will take place on Tuesday, 14 November - Thursday, 16 November, at Fanshaw Field. Teams must have a minimum of five players, but there is no limit to the amount of people on a team. All players must be APG-affiliated. Registration closes Friday, 10 November. Contact 1st Sgt. Matthew Reed,, for more information and to register.

8 DEC: C5ISR Holiday Party

The installation’s annual workforce holiday celebration kicks off on 8 December at Top of the Bay. This year we’ve dropped the ball and made it a party as we transport you straight into a traditional Bavarian Holiday Market. All those who live and work on APG, including military, civilians and contractors are welcome to an evening of good food, great music, and bad dancing. Brush off your lederhosen and get ready for some schnitzel because this year’s party will not disappoint, and tickets will not last long.

13 DEC: APG Commander’s Ready and Resilient Council

The CR2C is a great opportunity for senior leaders across APG to come together to hear how the CR2C is providing prevention, holistic health, and other actions to help with our community’s challenges, as well as highlight our many strengths as an installation. Supporting the readiness and resilience through forums like this is pivotal to our overall mission readiness and quality of life for the Total Force.

16 DEC: Community Holiday Reception

Another opportunity for senior leaders to celebrate our past year’s achievements and look forward to the future, this time with our community partners. Join the APG Senior Commander, Maj. Gen. Robert Edmonson, as we gather our Army leaders from across the installation along with our community leaders to build and restore our community connections and relationships for the new year.

21 MAR: 2024 APG Immersion Day

While we continue to create opportunities to recruit the force of the future on our installation, APG’s 2024 Immersion Day will target our potential future workforce members by hosting their biggest influencers, their high school principals. We’ll bring over 30 high school principals, administrators, and career program managers from Harford and Cecil County schools onto the installation to get a hands-on, immersive experience to showcase the many APG mission sets that their former students work-on every day in order to demonstrate just some of the endless possibilities available to students as they plan their potential careers.   

Upcoming Community Events:

30 NOV – APG’s Annual Tree Lighting is open for the installation at large and their families.

30 NOV – Army Alliance Breakfast with featured speakers within the biomanufacturing field including APG’s Dr. Kelly Basi, BioTechnology Branch Chief, DEVCOM CBC.

16 DEC –Wreaths Across America ceremonies throughout the community and on APG-North and South.

16 DEC – Freestate ChalleNGe Academy’s Class No. 61 Graduation.

20 JAN – Harford County Public Library Fairytale and Superhero Festival featuring leaders from throughout the county reading their favorite children’s stories to local students.