Join the thirteenth annual Bring a Broom Saturday on Saturday, April 27, 2024! Community members are asked to bring their brooms and help Downtown Frederick get ready for spring. Volunteer a few hours of your time with friends and neighbors to help make downtown shine! Volunteers will sweep sidewalks, mulch tree wells, pick up trash and plant flowers. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Bring a Broom Saturday is a great volunteer opportunity for companies, sports teams, social clubs and civic groups. If you’re volunteering as part of a group, select your team name from the dropdown menu during registration. If you’re a group leader and need to create a team registration, please contact email@example.com. More event info at bringabroom2024.eventbrite.com Bring a Broom Saturday is made possible with support from Oldetowne Landscape Architects, the City of Frederick and Oldcastle APG, Lawn & Garden Division.
Bring a Broom Saturday
This virtual art talk, sponsored by the Delaplaine Visual Arts Center in Downtown Frederick, delves into the intersection of Art history, hip hop music and culture. Throughout the talk, there will be an engaging audiovisual experience for the audience to see the intriguing relationship that they have and occupy.
Art at Noon: The Art and Hip-Hop Experience
True Documented Stories of the “Paranormal” with “Maryland’s Oldest Operating Ghost Tour. Take a Remarkable Journey through Frederick’s Gruesome and Bloody Past. Nearly 300 Years of War, Executions and Revenge. Uncover Politically Savvy and Defiant Citizens, Patriots from the Revolutionary War, Beckoning Soldiers from the Civil War, and so much more! Historic Frederick – Where The Dead Come Out To Play! Tours are 90-minutes in length and leisurely cover 1.2 miles. Not Recommended for Younger Children. Still cameras and flashlights permitted. No video or audio recording allowed. Tour Stops: • Visit Court House Square – the “execution site” of British sympathizers, learn about their fate, and the “curse” that continues to resonate • Visit the “spiritual playground” of dead children whose lives were cut short by unmerciful disease and suffering • Unravel the mystery surrounding a mysterious man in black executed in 1781 for his loyalty to King George III • Find out the “devilish plan” of a “spiteful” owner of an 1814 mansion and why his “spiritual discharge” remains • Contemplate the reasons why Frederick’s famed Barbara Fritchie continues to guard her home from invading Confederate soldiers 158 years after her death • Discover why former stage hands, […]