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Welcome Spring at our annual fundraiser event celebrating the 144th running of Maryland’s Preakness Stakes! Our party has a new twist! In the garden of Volt’s elegant 1890’s mansion, you will be treated to Celebrity Chef Bryan Voltaggio’s exceptional cuisine, beer, wine, and the specialty drink “The Black-Eyed Susan.”
Held each year at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, the Preakness is the middle jewel of the Triple Crown, held in May between the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes. First run in 1873, it has been called “The Run for the Black-Eyed Susan,” named for the winning horse’s blanket adorned with Maryland’s state flower. At Volt, you’ll pick your winner with a 50/50 wagering system and see the thrilling race live on the Big Screen.
Ladies, don your hats! Gentlemen, sport your bowties! Join us as we celebrate the 144th running of the Preakness!
Explore what it was like to live in Frederick during the Civil War. Stories include the last Confederate invasion of the North, the ransom of Frederick, and the Battle of Monocacy. 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 […]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
Investigate the past with Heritage Frederick and historian Mike Dixon on June 8 at 2pm as we catch some of history’s elusive criminals. Programs such as Law and Order and CSI have acquainted most people with the modern techniques for solving crimes. But for most of our past, sleuths did as much as they could […]READ MORE