10 Clarke Place
A landmarked victorian in Downtown Frederick, 10 Clarke Place lies just steps from the center of this small city founded in 1745 just south of the Mason-Dixon line. Within 30 miles of 10 Clarke Place, you’ll find some of the nation’s most historic sites — with Washington DC just an hour away. Within walking distance, visit dozens of well known culinary indulgences including VOLT!, Vini Culture, AYSE Meze Lounge, The Wine Kitchen, The Tasting Room, and many more! All rooms include luxurious hand pressed linens, new comfortable memory foam mattresses, an embroidered waffle weave cotton bath robe, European chocolates, filtered water in an eco-friendly bottle, and music from the in-house sound system.
10 Clarke Pl
Barbara Fritchie House
Barbara Fritchie (1766–1862) is a central figure in the history of Frederick, Maryland. A Unionist during the Civil War, she is best known for her folkloric defiance in the face of Confederate troops. As the occupying rebel forces were marching out of Frederick in September 1862, Dame Fritchie, then 95, was said to have waved a Union flag from her upstairs window. Her fabled act of heroism was immortalized in an 1863 poem by John Greenleaf Whittier. The ballad uses a German spelling of her name, Frietchie. The original house was built in 1806, but was washed away in a flood in 1869, 7 years after Barbara’s death in 1862. According to historians, so many people kept coming to the site where the house was that locals decided to build a replica of Barbara’s original house, at the same location in 1926. The house was operated as museum until 2017, when the house was purchased by my wife, Charlotte and me, Bryan Chaney from the Ausherman Foundation. No renovations have been done to the outside of the house, but the inside has been renovated to be a cozy, high-quality Airbnb, complete with furnishings, decorations, equipment and supplies you would expect […]
154 W Patrick St
Downtown 1850 Retreat
Beautifully restored Townhouse in Downtown Frederick built in 1850. Everything has been lovingly restored, floors hand-painted, beautiful chandeliers and mirrors throughout. The main bathroom features linen subway tile and tumbled marble floor. Fireplaces and the Victorian garden invite a retreat from the world…and all the amenities you’d expect from a high-class hotel. The house accommodates 10 people with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. The galley kitchen which opens onto the backyard is fully-equipped to cook. The entire house features air conditioning and central heating, a washer and dryer in the building, cable TV and Wifi. Visit www.stayinfrederick.com for more information.
24 W South St
Historic Hauer House
Stay at the childhood home of the famous Barbara Fritchie! Barbara grew up in this home and then when she was married to John Fritchie, her father had the Barbara Fritchie House built right next door…attached to the Hauer house! The house accommodates 11 people with 3 bedrooms, 1 full bath and 1 half bath. The lower level combines historic stones with modern entertainment and the kitchen space is equipped to cook. The entire house features air conditioning and central heating, a washer and dryer in the building, cable TV and Wifi. Visit www.stayinfrederick.com for more information.
152 W Patrick St
Hollerstown Hill Bed and Breakfast
The Hollerstown Hill Bed & Breakfast, established in 2002, is located in a quiet downtown Frederick neighborhood. It is a wonderful example of late victorian architecture built in c.1900 by Sarah and Richard Dutrow, owners in the late 1800s of the Dutrow Confectionary. The bed & breakfast is graced with carved mantels, fireplaces, period antiques, reproductions, and collectibles. For example, Betty displays her large collection of dolls throughout the house. There is a game room in which you’ll find a traditional pool table plus nooks for board games, including a chess set with Civil War characters. The four uniquely decorated guest rooms are spacious, each with sitting area and en suite bath, air conditioning, and cable TV. Begin your day with freshly brewed coffee or tea. Indulge in a full country breakfast featuring home-baked breads, fresh fruit, juices/ smoothies, yogurt, granola, and sumptuous breakfast casseroles. Guests can relax on the wrap-around porch or garden patios, enjoy the game room, or leisurely stroll to the center of downtown Frederick’s charming historic district to visit the shops, museums, local events, and numerous restaurants. There are many additional historic sites a short drive away. Your hosts/proprietors, Betty and Phil LeBlanc look forward to making your visit a memorable one.
4 Clarke Pl
Inn On Market
Inn on Market is a full-service inn located in a beautifully restored 1770s historic building at 301 N Market St, which also houses the Up on Market bistro. The inn features 4 unique rooms, each appointed with a private bath, Anichani sheets and French Bath products. Your stay includes free wi-fi, direct television, daily housekeeping, and hot coffee or tea and a baked good in the Bistro.
301 N Market St
Upcoming Downtown Events
DISTRICT Arts is pleased to present the paintings of artist Delna Dastur in a featured artist exhibition that focuses on Nature and its ebullience, bringing us joy and sanity during difficult times. In addition to a career as a professional artist, Delna teaches a class entitled “Exploring Abstraction” for the Smithsonian Institution and the Art League, Alexandria. First Saturday 11-7 PM, Exhibit runs through 10/2.
“Seeking the Light” by Delna Dastur @ DISTRICT Arts
Sundays 9:00AM-1:00PM The Frederick City Market is a local food and artisan market located in the historic district of Downtown Frederick, Maryland. Join us at 331 N Market St every Sunday from May through November. Here at The Frederick City Market it is our pleasure to serve the community with some of the freshest produce, foods, and most unique artisan products and services around. Everything is either farm grown, or handmade locally by our wonderful vendors. We are located on Market Street in downtown Frederick between 3rd & 4th Street each Sunday from May through November. More info at frederickcitymarket.com
Frederick City Market
Since you’ll already be in town for First Saturday… The art galleries encourage you to stay for a special Downtown Frederick Sunday Artwalk following each First Saturday. There will be special events, art talks, live demos, and DIY projects from 12-4pm. Find specifics for October 2nd below: Tarot Card Readings @ Gaslight Gallery In exchange for your written question, Cynthia will interpret the cards for you with her original, unique Tarot deck. ‘Tis the season when the veil between the worlds is thin. Listen within for answers. Between Ideas and Reality – artist talk @ NOMA Gallery At 2pm Steven Dobbin will present an artist talk about his current solo show entitled “Between Ideas and Reality” and be on hand to discuss the work until 4pm. DIY watercolor flowers & Popup Exhibition @ Y Arts Center Visit Lisa Sheirer and Karin Birch during their Open Studios and make your own DIY coffee filter, watercolor flowers with them. Then, stop by the popup exhibition, “Dreamscapes” by Irish artist Charlotte O’Brien in Gallery 115. Meet the Artist @ The Little Pottery Shop Local Artist, Katlynn Almansor, will be exhibiting a collection of her work. She utilizes texture and color […]
Originally from Mexico, Francisco LOZA creates Arte de Estambre, or Pressed Yarn Art, by working on wooden surfaces that he covers in a combination of waxes that he mixes together to use as an adhesive base. Onto these waxed bases, LOZA intricately presses, cuts, and shapes yarn into his original artwork of multiple colors, sizes, depths, and concepts. For his workshops, LOZA provides the following materials required for Arte en Estambre: -Two (2) types of wax (only available in Mexico) -Yarn of varying colors (yarn type found only available in Mexico) -Instruments for pressing yarn -Oil for cleaning hands -Pre-cut flat heavy cardboard pieces or wooden surfaces (5 x 7 or 8x 10) for each participant At this workshop you will learn the history behind this medium, the cultural significance, as well as the process and technique all mastered by Francisco Loza whose artwork has been exhibited at the American Visionary Art Museum, U.S. Department of State in Washington and in Brazil; Migration Policy Institute (Washington, DC); and exhibits at the Arlington Arts Center (AAC); Morgan Arts Council (Berkeley Springs WVA); and Keswick Wellness Center, Baltimore, MD. To learn more about Francisco Loza and his unique process you can find […]
Connecting Culture Through Art with Francisco LOZA @ FAC
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Austin Zumbro Rainbow Fish is the most beautiful fish in the ocean, and the only one of their kind, When Rainbow Fish refuses to share their vibrant, shimmering scales, the whole ocean seems to turn against the vain creature. It takes a friendly little fish, a goofy starfish, and a helpful octopus to teach the Rainbow Fish the value of friendship.
The Rainbow Fish Musical @ Maryland Ensemble Theater
ABBA The Concert continues to be the top ABBA tribute group in the world, dazzling all who see with their fantastic performance while playing the most iconic hits from ABBA, including “Mamma Mia,” “S.O.S,” “Money, Money, Money,” “Knowing Me, Knowing You,” “Waterloo,” “Gimme, Gimme, Gimme” and “Dancing Queen.” Come dance, come sing, having the time of your life!
The Concert: A Tribute to ABBA
Frederick’s annual film competition returns and for Year 17- there’s something a bit different! While teams will still only have 72 hours to make a film, for the first time since Year 4 the theme to the Fest will be kept secret until the Launch Party where filmmakers are given their criteria. Students, Amateurs and Pro teams alike will then have only a weekend to write, direct, edit and turn in their short films. Over 600 films have been made throughout the years for the Fest, showcasing talent from across the region. All of the films will premiere Friday Night over two blocks, with the finalists and award winners showcasing on Saturday Night alongside a new short with the hosts Mikael Johnson and Aura Manjarrez. The 72 Award Ceremony directly follows the Saturday Night screenings.
72 Film Fest
Fingal’s boss has given him a big assignment: to apply his fact-checking skills to a groundbreaking piece by legendary author D’Agata. But now Fingal has a huge problem: D’Agata made up a lot of his article. What starts professionally quickly becomes profane in this witty comedy based on a true story of D’Agata’s easy “What Happens There”.
Lifespan of a Fact @ Maryland Ensemble Theater
There are many ways of presenting thought-provoking ideas and themes in visual art. This exhibition will reflect the interpretation of this commonly used metaphorical expression in the art of 25 independently juried artists. It is on view from October 5 through October 30 and is free and open to the public. The opening reception is Saturday, October 8 from 5 to 7 PM. Visit https://www.districtarts.com/food-for-thought for more information, including gallery hours.
“FOOD FOR THOUGHT”, a Juried Themed Exhibition @ DISTRICT Arts
Come out and support the local civilians that lost their homes from the apartment fire that took place on August 24th in downtown Frederick on the corner of N Market and 2nd St. All donations will be given to the Go Fund Me accounts created by said civilians. For questions, please contact AudioElectricWV@gmail.com Must be 21+ with valid ID to drink. Show is all ages. Doors: 5:30 Music: 6:00 Faith In Jane •doom groove• faithinjane.bandcamp.com Puce Moment •noise/post punk• pucemomentusa.bandcamp.com/releases Fable Circuit (wv) •indie rock• fablecircuit.bandcamp.com/album/connector Motel Portrait •punk rock• motelportrait.bandcamp.com TeeVee. •ambient dream pop• experienceteevee.bandcamp.com/album/become-an-odor Be sure to also check out the Frederick Record Exchange Benefit show @ The Portside Chapel on Saturday, September 24th if you’re interested in helping the local record shop that was destroyed by the same fire. https://facebook.com/events/s/benefit-show-for-record-exchan/453318660064296/ Concept Art: Bill Kole Made possible by: Audio Electric West Virginia Left Over Pizza Productions The Maryland Doom fest team Frederick Arts Council
Post-Fire Relief Fundraiser @ FAC’s Sky Stage
One of the best-selling, greatest hits packages in recording history! Relive the sound of California Roots Rock note for note, cut for cut performed by Classic Albums Live. The Eagles Greatest Hits contains a selection of songs from their first four albums from 1971 to 1975. From “Take it Easy” to “Desperado” to “One of These Nights” to “Best of My Love” hear the beautiful harmonies and iconic songs that dominate the airways to this very day, live on stage.
Classic Albums Live – THE EAGLES Greatest Hits
Join us on 2nd Wednesdays through October featuring varied hosts, followed or preceded by open mic readings. All-ages, possible mature content. Free to enter; books/anthologies/journals/chapbooks may be available for purchase; byob.
Maryland Writer’s Association Presents Literature Night @ FAC’s Sky Stage
Enjoy this classic film once more on the big screen! Category: Drama, Horror, Sci-Fi Runtime: 1 hour 10 minutes Rating: N/A Cast: Colin Clive, Boris Karloff, Mae Clarke Synopsis: Dr. Frankenstein dares to tamper with life and death by creating a human monster out of lifeless body parts.
Wonder Book Classic Film Series: Frankenstein (1931)
FAME (Frederick Acoustic Music Enterprise) hosts Open Mic night every 2nd Friday from May-October, 7-9pm. Come to listen, play, or both! Whether you are a pro or a novice, this is a welcoming environment for you collaborate, build your skills, and get to know other local artists. Free to enter. Please sign up with FAME prior to the event to participate as a performer (you don’t have to sign up to watch). Donations appreciated. All-ages, beer/wine may be available for purchase w/ID. Sign up information on FAME’s page here.
Open Mic Night hosted by FAME @ FAC’s Sky Stage
Celebrating nine albums and 45 years in the music industry, Oleta Adams is no stranger to the spotlight and delivering a captivating performance full of soul. The gospel singer has inspired a growing legion of fans worldwide from her roots that cross into R&B, urban and popular music. The velvety-voiced songstress toured with Tears for Fears, Phil Collins, Michael Bolton and Luther Van Dross before becoming a legend in her own right with four Grammy nominations and over two and a half million records sold.
Eat, Drink, & Be Scary at this 21+ Halloween Movie Event presented by Frederick City Parks and Recreation. We’ll be watching Hocus Pocus and your ticket price includes one drink. Tickets $10 or 2 for $15. Tickets available at the door (cash only) or online.
Movie on the Big “Scream” Hocus Pocus @ Carroll Creek Amphitheater
We needed some much needed time to mourn and put ourselves back together before we answered what we would do to honor the life of Blaine Hoffmann. Many have asked as of late, so please mark your calendar for a very special Karaoke Brunch on October 16 from 11am-3pm. We have teamed up with @heartlyhouse and DJ Brian Mo to make this a stellar event, in true Blaine fashion. ☘️
A Tribute to Blaine Hoffman Karaoke Brunch @ Bushwaller’s Pub
Join us in the secret Kid’s Corner of the Heritage Garden each month for Story Time! First there will be a story, followed by garden activities! We encourage you to bring to and enjoy lunch with your little one, in the garden, after story time. Important TIP: To enter the secret garden, please walk to the back of the big white house and enter through the iron gates by the curved brick wall. (its a little adventure!!)
Storytime in the Heritage Garden @ Heritage Frederick
The FAC Art Center is hosting a unique opportunity for artists who are looking to enhance their online portfolios. Join us on October 19th from 5:30-8:30 at the FAC Art Center. You can reserve a time slot to have professional photos taken of your 2D and 3D work, network with other artists, and finish with a demo on how to build an online portfolio as well as which website builder to use for your needs. *Please only bring work that you feel comfortable transporting yourself. Work should be smaller than 8.5 x 10 feet. This workshop will be held on the first floor of the FAC Art Center. There is a step up to enter the building.*
Portfolio Development Workshop @ FAC
Dance to Latin beats at this popular monthly event! Starts with an approximately 30-minute salsa lesson at 7pm by Silvia Yacoubian of Frederick Salsa. 3rd Wednesdays. (Pre-registration may be required depending on COVID regulations at the time.) $5 suggested cash donation at the door; all-ages, beer/wine available with cash/cards for over 21s with valid ID. Venue is open-air, so dress comfortably. Check for updates on Frederick Arts Council website in case of rain.
Salsa Under the Stars @ FAC’s Sky Stage
The Galway, Ireland, and Nashville-based quartet, comprised of two sets of brothers, Enda & Fergal Scahill and Martin & David Howley, continually push musical boundaries while maintaining an unwavering devotion to the essential audience experience. WB3 seamlessly converge the shared and varied traditions of Americana, Bluegrass, and Celtic music with popsensible songcraft to create a truly unique and gratifying signature sound. Brilliantly commanded instruments banjo, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and percussion effortlessly elevate lead singer David Howley’s propulsive voice. Live on stage, their songs carry the listener along until, at the perfect moment, the band crescendos into catchy choruses with pitch perfect harmonies. We Banjo 3 deliver their music with such palpable rapport, stunning precision, and infectious energy, it’s impossible to pigeonhole what kind of listener might suddenly consider themselves a WB3 fan.
We Banjo 3
The FSK Lions Club presents the 3rd Annual Canines on the Creek, featuring a doggy parade and Halloween-themed costume contest!! Exhibitors and Demonstrations! Learn more at fsklions.org/canines. Dress up you and your pooch in your best Halloween get up for the opportunity to win prizes and giveaways! RAIN or SHINE Saturday, October 22 from 2-5PM at the Carroll Creek Linear Park Trellis area at Market Street. The Costume Contest and Parade kick off at 3PM. Costume Contest Registration Fee: $25 per dog (2 dogs for $45) Register by calling Gary Bennett at 301-606-3012 or email@example.com Mail check to FSK Lions Club, ATTN: Canines on the Creek PO Box 3932, Frederick, MD 21705 All proceeds benefit Lions Club Leader Dog. Donations welcome! Judging Categories: Best owner and dog look-alikes Best small breed costume Best large breed costume Dogs must be well behaved, on leash and up to date on vaccinations, at time of registration.
Canines on the Creek Doggy Parade & Costume Contest
“Midlife Priceless” is how Mark Bryan, lead guitarist and co-founder of the 20 million-selling, two-time Grammy®-winning band, Hootie & The Blowfish, is living. It’s also the title of his latest solo album, and it represents the many moods and friends that have passed through his studio and world recently. Coming on the heels of Hootie’s sold-out 2019 arena tour, Bryan’s latest feels confident, free, and perfect for long-time fans of his band and new listeners alike. Much of the energy and the songs that made Hootie & The Blowfish one of the biggest-selling acts in music history, are on his new album and in his upcoming performances.
MARK BRYAN with the Screaming Trojans
Have you ever dreamed of growing food on your very own property? Our team members Sharon Fraley and Lisa Jagger will be at the office to offer tips and advice! Come on by!
East Rivendell Farm Pop Up @ Premier Group of Long & Foster
Join us on October, 23rd from 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM at Attaboy Beer with INOVA for a Blood Drive. As a thank you, INOVA will be giving away “mystery” t-shirts to donors. There will be fresh food, good music, and a raffle with great prizes. Let’s have fun while saving lives!
INOVA Blood Drive Sponsored by Miles Coleman @ Attaboy Brewery
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND – not your typical staged reading — this fully blocked production with new “bells and whistles” is a perfect October ghost story! Enjoy this charmingly fun Halloween story filled with mystery and Oscar Wilde’s famous wit — based on Oscar Wilde’s humorous short story about an American family who moves into an English haunted castle. Sun. Oct 23, 3pm Mon. Oct 24 7:30pm Tues. Oct. 25 7:30pm Show runs under 90 minutes. Pay-what-you-can SKY STAGE – 39 S. Carroll Street in downtown Frederick. (Rain location FAC Arts Center on 5 E. 2nd Street.)
The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde, An Actively Staged Reading @ FAC’s Sky Stage
Join us for the grand opening night of a recurring nightlife event series taking place at Cafe 611. There will be 3 local house music DJs playing upbeat, dancey mixes, and a collection of local artists displaying their work inside the venue, for an immersive music and arts experience.
Maddog’s Dance Party @ Cafe 611
Ever see a car dressed up for Halloween?! Stop by Everedy Square & Shab Row during the Halloween in Downtown Frederick event to check out all the Vintage VWs. Some will be in their Halloween costumes, others will be showcasing their natural beauty! There will also be a few treats to gather if you’re in the business of trick-or-treating! Rain date will be November First Saturday, Nov. 5 The Mid-Maryland Vintage VW Club was founded in 2019 by vintage VW enthusiasts Gidget Gill, Jonathan Fitz-Enz, and Tony Morone. With over 100 members and growing, the MMVVW Club includes Beetles, Buggies, Vans, Dokas, Convertibles and Campers. Enjoy some photos from last year’s show! Anyone in the mid-Maryland area with a vintage VW is welcome to join as the Club looks forward to continued growth. The Club’s FB Events page posts weekly car shows for all club members to attend. Join our group through Facebook or contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vintage VW Halloween Car Show & Trunk-or-Treat
Trick-or-Treat with your favorite downtown businesses! The Saturday before Halloween, Downtown Frederick turns into a trick-or-treat paradise – this year, it’s on October 29th! Our local business owners provide candy for the best ghouls, goblins, princesses, and dinosaurs in town. From 10am-12pm. Thank you to our partners at Potomac Pest & Termite Control for presenting Halloween in Downtown Frederick! Find them at 30 N Market St with a special bug sensory station, games and more!
Halloween in Downtown Frederick
Balloon Art, Face Painting & Photos Ruppert Companies are falling into the fun of Halloween in Downtown Frederick! Make this one of your stops during trick-or-treat for a few photos ops, face painting, and balloon art. The old Firehouse is located at 12 W Church St. Get to the festivities by taking the walkway on the left side of the building to the courtyard in the back!
Fall Festivities @ The Firehouse
Art for your walls; help for your neighborhood. Join us for “Got to Get back to the Garden” silent auction with photographs by Shannon Beatty. Proceeds will go to the Downtown Frederick Partnership Go Fund Me for business affected by the June 15 and August 24 fires downtown. View and bid at the gallery, Thursdays and Saturdays, 1pm-3pm, or by appointment (text 240.446.9615). Closing reception & pickup: Saturday October 29th 1 to 4 pm.
Silent Auction Fundraiser for Businesses Affected by August 24 Fire @ Expanding Heart Gallery
First Saturday is a day to show your love for local! Support local businesses by shopping with an independent retailer, eating at a local restaurant, supporting local artists and exploring Downtown Frederick. Where you spend your money matters. Whether you’ve lived here for years, or you’re a first time visitor, First Saturdays are a great time to discover something new about our beautiful downtown. Thank you to our partners at SkyPoint Federal Credit Union for presenting November First Saturday! Find them at 30 N Market St from 11AM-5PM with special games, giveaways and more. LOCAL SHOPPING & EVENTS Downtown businesses celebrate First Saturday with their own unique events. From in-store tastings and gallery openings, to artist and vendor exhibitions… there’s always something new to explore! Check back as the date gets closer for a list of specific activities, or visit downtownfrederick.org/upcoming-events/events/ to see what’s happening today. LIVE MUSICIANS Every First Saturday, the streets are filled with live music and entertainment. Check back closer to the event date for this month’s information. PARKING & TRAVEL Access travel and parking information for Downtown Frederick at www.parkfrederick.org and download a map of downtown businesses here. Public Restrooms can be found in the Church Street (17 E […]
November First Saturday
Our manhole cover printing event is back and just in time for Inktober. Join us on November 5, First Saturday, and help us print your very own shirt(s)! We will be set up on the corner of East 4th and North Market Streets, where we will also be announcing an exciting new venture of ours! We will have a limited number of shirts available to purchase for $20, which includes printing price, or you can bring your own shirt and print it for $10. Additional prints will be $5 (i.e. another print on the back of the shirt or other fun layering ideas). Please make sure that your shirt is 100% cotton or a poly/cotton blend and light in color. We encourage you to use a clean shirt because the drying process will burn stains into the garments. We also have kid sizes available, but again encourage you to bring your own to ensure availability and the perfect fit for your kiddo!
First Saturday Manhole Cover Printing with FBAC!
Calling all board game lovers (or those curious)! We have an evening event with Aleventures where you can game, get some beverages (yes some of a boozy nature as well as coffee) and food. No registration to play, it’s free, and you can always just opt to check the games out and watch the action too.
Pop-Up Game Cafe @ Gravel & Grind
An Improvised Comedy Show Shaped by your Suggestions. ESPtheatre regular Michael Harris & friends have performed in comedy and improv festivals across the country and are now bringing a monthly “Whose Line is it Anyway?” style show to First Saturdays! Characters, Scenes, and Foolishness invented on the spot, inspired by audience suggestions. Sometimes brilliant, sometimes awkward, always fun! Pay what you can.
First Saturday Funnies @ Frederick Arts Council
The Guess Who is a group that’s connected with the masses throughout an exultant hit parade including “These Eyes,” “Clap For the Wolfman,” “Hand Me Down World,” “No Time,” “Star Baby” and “Share the Land.” Add in fellow classics and double sided singles like the rock anthem “American Woman” and “No Sugar Tonight,” plus “Laughing” and “Undun,” and the Canadian-bred stateside conquerors are amongst music’s most indelible treasures who are eternally etched into the very fabric of pop culture history. Founding member and original drummer/songwriter Garry Peterson is joined onstage by veteran musicians keyboard player/flutist Leonard Shaw, lead guitarist Will Evankovich, bass legend Rudy Sarzo, and lead vocalist/guitarist Derek Sharp. Together the quintet launches an ambitious North American tour to adoring audiences and selling out venues with their awe-inspiring execution, deft meticulousness and decades of radio-penetrating smashes.
THE GUESS WHO
A world-class vocal group, assembled from past and present members of Motown’s most legendary groups…Ali Woodson’s Temptations, The Miracles and The Contours. A Motown Christmas is a powerful family-oriented show combining Motown’s greatest hits with everyone’s favorite holiday classics. This show features those famous Motown trademarks…dazzling choreography and unforgettable harmonies all performed in that memorable, soulful Motown style. This is an evening not to be missed! Bring the family, dance, sing and enjoy this special holiday spectacular.
A Motown Christmas
First Saturday is a day to show your love for local! Support local businesses by shopping with an independent retailer, eating at a local restaurant, supporting local artists and exploring Downtown Frederick. Where you spend your money matters. Whether you’ve lived here for years, or you’re a first time visitor, First Saturdays are a great time to discover something new about our beautiful downtown. LOCAL SHOPPING & EVENTS Downtown businesses celebrate First Saturday with their own unique events. From in-store tastings and gallery openings, to artist and vendor exhibitions… there’s always something new to explore! Check back as the date gets closer for a list of specific activities, or visit downtownfrederick.org/upcoming-events/events/ to see what’s happening today. LIVE MUSICIANS Every First Saturday, the streets are filled with live music and entertainment. Check back closer to the event date for this month’s information. PARKING & TRAVEL Access travel and parking information for Downtown Frederick at www.parkfrederick.org and download a map of downtown businesses here. Public Restrooms can be found in the Church Street (17 E Church St) and Carroll Creek (44 E Patrick St) Public Parking Garages. Restrooms are open daily from 9AM-10PM and cleaned regularly by the City of Frederick following all relevant guidelines. Staying the […]
December First Saturday
From stunning landscapes painted “en plein air” to figurative works and flickering flames, Mike is a local artist whose last event at Creme de Creme was a smashing success. Arrive early for first pick of his original works and prints.