Heritage Frederick recognizes the challenges parents are facing with the closures, and we are offering new ways to provide high quality learning experiences without entering our doors. Our “Civil War Spy” activity can be done either at home or with a simple walk in downtown Frederick.
We offer a workbook for children, and an introduction for parents and other adult caregivers. These booklets are available online or may be picked up at Heritage Frederick’s entrance at 24 E. Church Street.
Parking is available on the street and across the street at the Church Street Parking Garage.
Any questions may be answered by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Commemorating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote.
Visit downtown Frederick from your home, or download this program and take a self-guided tour!
In partnership with Vote for Women Frederick.
Heroes made history in the past, and today. Who is your favorite, yesterday or today?
Write the name of your favorite hero with a brief identity. Dress up as your favorite if you wish. Take a selfie with your sign!
To submit your hero photo, just tag @heritagefrederick on Facebook and use the #FrederickHeroes hashtag!
Heritage Frederick will host a virtual talk by Jared Frederick on August 12 at 7:00 p.m. Frederick will talk about his book entitled “Dispatches of D-Day: A People’s History of the Normandy Invasion.” Event is free, but participants will be required to register online.READ MORE
Come to an old fashioned apple butter boil and harvest celebration where you will learn the art of apple butter making, stir the kettle, enjoy delicious regional apples, view antique kitchen implements and harvesting equipment. Bring the family and experience a Frederick County tradition.READ MORE