Open Thread: September 24th Edition

These open threads provide a chance for us to chat with our neighbors. Ask questions, share news, or whatever you want. As long as it’s central to Frederick County and civil, anything goes.

Have at it in the comments!


4 thoughts on “Open Thread: September 24th Edition

  1. Giving Never Felt So Good!

    Cocktails for a Cause brings you another chance to have a blast and help out a great cause!

    When’s the Party?
    Monday, October 1 from 5-8 p.m.

    Where’s the Party?
    The Cellar Door
    5 E. Church St. (at the corner of Church and Market)
    Frederick, MD

    What You Need To Know:

    Admission is only $15 and includes your first drink, but don’t wait – space is limited and this event will sell out quickly, so make sure you register in advance online at our website: (Select Event Registration from the menu bar).

    And the best part is that all of the proceeds from this event will benefit the Frederick County 4H Therapeutic Riding Program. The mission of the organization is to provide a recreational experience and therapeutic regimen to Frederick County citizens with medically certified mental, physical and emotional disabilities, through appropriate equestrian activities.

    The program began in April 1984 as a special project under the Frederick County 4H Horse and Pony Club. They provide a seven week session of riding instruction each spring and fall and their 76 students ride free of charge. Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings and all day Saturdays. The program always has a waiting list of applicants, but enrollment is limited by money and the availability of volunteers. The Frederick County 4H Therapeutic Riding Program is not funded through any Federal, State or County funds. They rely solely on private donations and fundraising events like this.

    So raise a glass and help us raise awareness for an amazing cause.

    We’ll see you on October 1!


  2. What to do for a ‘ladies night out’ on a Thursday night?

    Looking for fun ideas for a Thursday night downtown. Trying to avoid taking a bachelorette party into Baltimore or DC. The bride prefers laid-back to “clubby” vibes, and we don’t expect the party to be absolutely insane… just a little tipsy. 🙂 Seems like lots of places close pretty early on Thursday, though, and the group won’t be getting started until at least 7pm.


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