The Jewish Museum of Maryland presents a full day of cooking, crafts, music and storytelling. The day will include fish-themed crafts, reading fish tales, showing fish films and hosting a Gefilte Fish "throwdown." Special tours include "Smoked, Pickled and Poached: A Fish-Lover's Guide to Chosen Food" and "Ritual Waters of the Lloyd Street Synagogue." From 10 a.m-noon, the National Aquarium's conservation team will talk about sustainable fishing. In the afternoon, the team from the Brooklyn-based Gefilteria will sample their tasty new take on the traditional Jewish stuffed fish. The Gefilte fish throwdown starts at 2 p.m.