November 2010 Events in Frederick County

Many apologies for the lack of an October Events post.  I for one will be very happy to see the end of October and trust that you all found plenty to do all month.  Now, on to November!  Here are a few events that I’ve found and, as always, feel free to add in the comments anything else that you hear about or want us to know about.  For a more complete list of events, check out the Frederick Tourism website.

November 6th is First Saturday.  The theme for November is A Downtown Open House:

Start your holiday season with the November First Saturday – A Downtown Open House. The evening will get you in the mood for the holidays with FREE carriage rides in Everedy Square, FREE hot cocoa on Market and Patrick Streets, holiday music and much more! Enjoy live music, guest artists and exhibit openings every First Saturday from 5 – 9pm!

November 10th is the Downtown Frederick Progressive Dinner/Happy Hour featuring Flying Dog beer:

Downtown Frederick Partnership and Flying Dog Brewery have created a new twist on the successful Downtown Frederick Progressive Dinner…

A Progressive Happy Hour

featuring Flying Dog beer and appetizers from Downtown Frederick restaurants while benefiting Downtown Frederick Partnership!

Enjoy a heavy appetizer paired with a Flying Dog beer at three restaurants and finish the evening with a dessert created with a Flying Dog beer. Coffee will be provided with dessert. Happy Hour attendees will walk between restaurants…

Click here for the full menu.

The Historical Society of Frederick County has several events scheduled for the month of November.  Scroll down the page for the month of November.

Starting November 5 and continuing through January 1st, Adventure Park in New Market will have a drive through musical Christmas light show.

Emmylou Harris will be at the Weinberg on November 19th.

The Maryland Christmas Show will be at the Frederick Fairgrounds the weekends of  November 19-21 and November 26-28.

Friday, November 26 is Frosty Friday.  Click here for the day’s schedule.

Forget the mall…make yourself merry in Downtown Frederick as it celebrates the busiest shopping day of the year with special holiday activities!  The festivites begin at 9am with over 50 shops and restaurants opening early to make your spirits bright!  Join the fun with great holiday events throughout the day!

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  1. The Arc of Frederick County is hosting its 2nd Annual Festival of Holidays generously sponsored by Rager, Lehman, and Houck. It will be held on November 28th from 2-5 PM. There will be a catered reception, beer/wine tasting, dessert tasting, and an old time photo booth. Tickets are only $20.00 each, and it’s a great way to bring in the holiday season! All proceeds from this event directly benefit those with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Frederick community. If you have any questions, contact Shauna – 301-663-0909 x 40.

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  2. The FREDROCK Local Music Festival is this Saturday, November 6th from noon to midnight at the Frederick Moose Lodge in downtown Frederick, MD!

    24 of Frederick’s best bands will be performing all day and into the night at Frederick’s biggest monthly gathering of music lovers.

    Our mission at FredRock is to support local music, provide a safe venue for young musicians and fans to enjoy live music and most importantly, establish a network to connect local fans, bands and visual artists to make sure all that is beautiful in Frederick has a chance to survive and prosper. We have already done amazing things in our short one year history. Bands are no longer forced into playing at bars or out of town due to a lack of appropriate music venues. We have truly created a music community in Maryland.

    And best of all, we raise funds and awareness for good causes by giving portions of our proceeds to charity. This month, I will be supporting TASAAGA, a Ugandan AIDS relief organization.

    Check out the facebook event here for more info: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=136196569762335

    WHAT: A gigantic all-day local music festival called FredROCK
    WHEN: Saturday, November 6th from NOON TO MIDNIGHT
    WHERE: The Frederick Moose Lodge
    322 East Patrick Street
    Frederick, MD 21701
    TICKETS: At the door, $7 (Portion of proceeds go to charity)
    CONTACT: Kenny Eaton from Time Columns
    timecolumns@gmail.com

    SPONSORED BY TIME COLUMNS
    FREE ALBUM DOWNLOAD: http://www.timecolumns.bandcamp.com
    MORE INFO ABOUT FREDROCK’s HISTORY: http://www.myspace.com/timecolumns

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  3. November 20th – 6-9pm – Daybreak Adult Day Services (7819 Rocky Springs Road, Frederick MD) – “It’s a Wonderful Wreath” – an auction of uniquely decorated wreaths. $10 per person.

    Food and drinks provided including “Bang Bang Shrimp” by Bonefish, appetizers from Olive’s and ice cream from Maggie Moo’s.

    You can donate a wreath or attend the event and bid on one! There’s a Facebook Page for Daybreak and event information can be found there.

    Also, Grapes Gifts Galore at St. Thomas More Academy on Buckeystown Pike. Saturday, November 13th from 7-10pm. Dinner, Drinks and Dancing for only $25 a person! Ticket price includes: limited wine & beer tastings as well as tasting the fare from local restaurants, caterers and bakeries. Spend some time in the Cigar Lounge, playing 50/50 games
    or shopping for holiday gifts.

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  4. With all the closings mentioned recently, I wanted to alert everyone to an OPENING. I saw a sign on the Road and Rails museum’s window that said they’re opening November 26 (Friday after Thanksgiving).

    Can’t wait to check it out. (http://roadsnrails.com/)

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