Learn about easy and low-cost basic care of antique textiles in the home, and when to call a conservator. Presented by Linda Baumgarten, recently retired Curator of Textiles at Colonial Williamsburg, author and lecturer. To reserve contact Mary at 301-663-1188 x107 or firstname.lastname@example.org.READ MORE
Experience the history and beauty of downtown as knowledgeable guides share the fascinating stories that make up historic Frederick, Maryland. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance. $10.00 Adult $8.00 Senior (60+) $7.00 Child (6-12 years) Free children 5 and under *Space is limited for all tours. Contact us for groups of […]READ MORE
Look at Frederick with new eyes. Experience the history and beauty of downtown as we explore some of the popular architectural styles, local art and history. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance. $10.00 Adult $8.00 Senior (60+) $7.00 Child (6-12 years) Free children 5 and under *Space is limited for all […]READ MORE
Families will make their own paper and go on an expedition through downtown Frederick. After making their own compasses, families will follow the clues left behind by Mason and Dixon. The clues will lead to supplies that Mason and Dixon need for their adventure. The paper made by families will be sent to them with […]READ MORE
An annual cotillion was held by the Frontiers of America, an African-American service organization locally chartered in 1950. The pictured event was held at the Frederick Armory in April of 1960. Seventeen young ladies dressed in white danced the night away with their tuxedo-ed escorts. George P. Ambush was president of the organization and George E. Dredden acted as master of ceremonies for the evening. Bernice Monroe of Baltimore was the choreographer. Proceeds from the event benefited national health causes.