Head out to Screamland Farms, and get your fill of thrills and chills! Choose to visit one, two or all three of our depraved haunts- Corrupted Corn, Hayride of Horrors, or Barn of Bedlam. Brace yourself for diabolical clowns, demented patients and cannibals galore!
New to Screamland is Zombie Paintball! Guests get a hay wagon ride with all the paintball supplies. While in wagon, shoot at real, live zombies. Admission: $20 for 100 rounds and one wagon ride.
Haunt admission is $10 per attraction, per person. Save with our package deals: 2 attractions = $20, 3 attractions = $27. Screamland Farms is rated PG-13. Not recommended for those under 13.
For more information, visit www.screamlandfarms.com.
Begin your family’s annual fall tradition at Crumland Farms. We offer friendly, family fun for all ages! Stay as long as you like and enjoy the attractions as often as you wish during your visit.
Enjoy a stroll through 8 acres of twisty, turn-y fun—right in the middle of a working cornfield, or bring the entire family to feed the animals in the mini-barnyard, launch corn from a cannon, take a spin around our enhanced pedal cart track, leap into a pile of soft, fresh hay, ride on the MooChoo Train, slip down our new giant slides, run on our new dinosaur tire playground, enjoy the giant tricycles rides, and browse the Fall Market.
Looking for the perfect pumpkin? We have it! Come and choose your pumpkin from among tens of thousands in a variety of shapes and sizes. Pumpkins are $0.50 per pound.
Admission to all of these wonderful activities and events is $9 per person (two and under is free). For more information about the farm, visit www.crumland.com.
The Frederick Clustered Spires High Wheel Race
The 2014 Frederick Clustered Spires Race will be on Saturday, August 16th in historic downtown Frederick. The race will be held in conjunction with the 5th Annual Tour de Frederick. Bring your family and friends to watch this unique event and celebrate the love of bicycles in Frederick, MD!
The FREE Westview Promenade (WVP) First Friday Fun Fest will occur on September 5th from 9:30 – 1:00pm in the Courtyard in front of Regal Cinemas. This event is geared towards moms and preschool aged kids. Frederick County Public Libraries will conduct multiple story times for the kiddos, while WVP merchants and other participants provide music, games, crafts and food samples. Pre-registration is not required.
Come celebrate college football’s season opening with us and come by for samples of our new Grilled Chicken and feel the #GrilledLove that goes into making for you. WFRE, Frederick’s Free Country, will be here broadcasting LIVE from 4 to 6pm. WFRE will also have their “Wheel ‘O Tickets” with lots of free tickets to the areas best concerts and events—as well as plenty of coupons for free Chick-fil-A Grilled Chicken Sandwiches!
Looking for a local bakery that makes Dutch apple pies, the kind with a crunchy topping (except no nuts as the person who wants it for his birthday dessert won’t eat nuts). Need it by Aug 22nd.
On September 27th and 28th, 2014 the Great Frederick Fairgrounds will be transformed into a German village for the eleventh annual Frederick’s Oktoberfest. This family-friendly event is rich in tradition, history and good old-fashioned fun. In 2013, more than 8,000 people attended to partake in the singing, dancing, contests, and activities for children and families.
More than two dozen not-for-profits and community organizations benefit directly from Frederick’s Oktoberfest! There is plenty of authentic-recipe foods, history, culture, sports and children’s attractions to make this an all-day event!
And don’t forget the beer! There is always an Oktoberfest brew or two on tap, along with other German beers, craft and local beers, thanks to Flying Dog Brewery, Brewers Alley and Monocacy Brewing Company, Barley and Hops and Wantz Distributors. German wines, McCutcheons Apple Cider and soft drinks will also be available.
Advance purchase tickets are just $5 for adults and children with children under 2 free. Parking is also free, although donations are welcomed since all proceeds benefit the community.
For more information, visit www.frederickoktoberfest.org.
Does anyone know where to rent for a yard sale event? I know that the Wal Mart on 26 used to do it.