7310 Executive Way
Frederick, MD 21704
Phone: (301) 668-4600
Fax: (301) 668-4622
With a history dating back to 1742, All Saints Episcopal Church is nestled in the center of downtown Frederick. Its prominent tower is one of the highlights of the city skyline and its beautiful neo-Gothic building is a sight to behold. The church is known for its musical events and outreach programs. Events such as Christmas in April and Greens and Gifts sale are some of the much anticipated occasions of the neighborhood. One can even stroll through their lovely garden which is tucked away behind the structure. All Saints Episcopal Church also has many spaces usable for various functions and meetings.
A premier venue for various art and culture events in Germantown, the BlackRock Center for the Arts is where creativity finds inspiration and appreciation in the town. Built out of a need to provide the local community with a comprehensive arts and cultural center, this venue strives to provide a platform to local artists, while also presenting known national and international artists. Among its offerings are its well-equipped spaces, like the art gallery, the lobby, and the main stage theater. Do visit the website for further information on the BlackRock Center for the Arts.
Located less than 50 miles from Baltimore, and run by a non-profit organization, the Montgomery County Fairgrounds were set up in 1949 with just 12 buildings but now have 42 buildings. Originally agricultural shows used to be held here where farmers brought forth their best livestock and produce however, in recent years, a number of trade shows, art & craft festivals and private banquets have been held. Thousands of volunteers are hired to manage each event and look into details like house-keeping, security, administration, parking, catering etc.
The War Memorial Building was acquired by the Shepherdstown Men's Club in the year 1947 and given its present name, to honor the dead of the World War II. The place has been refurbished several times since then and has taken over several roles. Now, the War Memorial Building is used as an eclectic events space to conduct the meetings and events of the club. The place is also rented out for private parties and celebrations. Located at the cross junctions between the German street and King street, the place is easy to spot and reach. If you are in the city, ensure that you pay a visit here, as a mark of respect for the dead and to appreciate the beauty of the monument.
The Charles Town Races & Slots is home to the Hollywood Casino that features variety of options for gaming. Table games, a separate poker room and much more awaits you at the casino. For more details, check website.
Extremely popular, Charles Town Races & Slots is entertainment at its best. Spread over a huge area, the place is all about real gambling. As the name suggests, Charles Town Races & Slots offers nothing less than 5,000 slots for gambling and has a large casino set up. Racing is another passion that finds expression here, with options for car racing and horse racing. The huge TV screens offer live entertainment along with exquisite dining facilities. Unconditional and unconventional entertainment!
Spread across 153 acres (61.92 hectares) of lush greenery and landscaped gardens, the Rockville Civic Center Park is a must visit when in the city. Comprising of the Glenview Mansion, Croydon Creek Nature Center, F. Scott Fitzgerald Theater and the Social Hall, this tourist attraction is used for many occasions such as cultural and major events. The Classic Revival mansion built in 1926 is now the home of the Glenview Mansion Art Gallery and is available for conferences, weddings and holiday parties. Formerly the Glenview Farm, the Civic Center Park also has various facilities like picnic tables, nature trails, walking paths, climbing walls, playgrounds, tennis courts, open spaces, grill areas and a wildlife sanctuary. The Glenview Mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.