Downtown Frederick is where history meets martini bars, where shop owners really do know your name, where high tech mingles with old school and where you can always find the perfect plate to satisfy your hunger. Home to more than 800 businesses, Downtown Frederick is a great place to live, work, stay and play.
The City of Frederick Historic Preservation staff is pleased to host a window and door restoration workshop at the Municipal Office Annex, Room C (140 W Patrick St). The workshop will be conducted by Mozer Works, Inc., experts in the restoration of historic windows and doors. Attendees will learn how to properly repair and restore old windows and doors, and why restoration is often a better option than replacement, while still achieving modern energy efficiency standards. Information about the presenter is on the Mozer Works website. This seminar is free and open to the public. Call the Planning Department at 301-600-1499 with any questions or to request special accommodations.
Workshop on How to Restore Old Windows
Walk from Winchester Hall to the Healing Garden, 7 W. Second St., to plant pinwheels, the national symbol for a happy, healthy childhood.
Friends of the Child Advocacy Center Winchester Hall Walk
Wear Blue Friday – Be sure to wear blue! Remembrance Gathering in the Healing Garden. Remember those lost to child maltreatment, pray for the healing of survivors, and honor those who work to help them. 11 am
Wear Blue Friday with the Friends of the Child Advocacy Center
First Saturday in the Healing Garden. Plant pinwheels in the garden or take one home. Bubbles for children and loads of fun. 3 to 6 pm
First Saturday with the Friends of the Child Advocacy Center
We have dances the First Saturday of each month coinciding with Downtown Frederick Partnership’s First Saturdays in Downtown Frederick, so make a day of it! $5 gets you a beginner lesson at 7pm with Mark & Danae, and a social dance from 8 to 9:30pm. If this is your first time or you are not familiar with the basic steps, please arrive within a few minutes of 7pm to insure you get the full benefit of the lesson! We’re at the Evangelical Reformed Chapel, 10 W Church St. We’ll be upstairs with signs pointing the way. Street parking is free after 5pm; or use garage parking at 17 E Church St ($1/hour, max charge of $5) No Partner or Experience Required!
Monthly Swing Dance
An event where local artists will be creating interactive artwork in front of Downtown Frederick businesses. The mission is to spread awareness of the increasing dangers of plastic and its impact on the environment. Visit their Facebook Page to see more information about the event, resources, and solutions on how to reduce our use of plastics.