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  1. 1. FREDERICK BRUNSWICK MIDDLETOWN THURMONT MOUNT AIRY EMMITSBURG WALKERSVILLE WOODSBORO NEW MARKET MYERSVILLE DOWNTOWNFrederick County, Maryland shop
  2. 2. Frederick County’s downtowns give us a glimpse of our past, remind us where we’ve been and offer us something memorable that stays close to our hearts. Each is uniquely positioned with rich history, thriving businesses and a culture that promotes the vibrancy and beauty that defines Frederick County.
  3. 3. What is Main Street Maryland? www.mainstreetmaryland.org Main Street Maryland is a comprehensive downtown revitalization program created in 1998 by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. The mission of the program is to accelerate the economic progress and revitalization of Maryland’s traditional main streets and neighborhoods. There are 28 designated Maryland Main Streets and five are located in Frederick County which include: Frederick, Brunswick, Middletown, Thurmont and Mount Airy. EMMITSBURG THURMONT WOODSBORO WALKERSVILLE FREDERICK DOWNTOWN FREDERICK NEW MARKET MOUNT AIRY BRUNSWICK ROSEMONT BURKITTSVILLE MIDDLETOWN MYERSVILLE
  4. 4. Frederick www.downtownfrederick.org Get It Downtown The City of Frederick is the county’s largest municipality and the center of commerce. Ranked among the top 10 Downtowns in America, Downtown Frederick is where history meets martini bars, where shop owners really do know your name, where high tech mingles with old school and where you can always find the perfect plate to satisfy your hunger. On any given visit, you can enjoy live entertainment and a calendar packed full of lively events. With more than 150 one-of-a-kind specialty shops and more than 50 eateries, come hungry and prepared to shop.
  5. 5. Middletown www.mainstreetmiddletown.org Brunswick www.brunswickmainstreet.org Admire the View and Spend the Day Middletown has successfully blended its historical and agricultural roots with modern conveniences. As a result, Middletown is a timeless treasure of picturesque views and camera-worthy homes, all while offering a variety of restaurants, retailers, historical sites, parks and lively events. A variety of specialty shopping and dining, community events galore and more await in Main Street Middletown. Canal Town, River Town, Railroad Town Brunswick is a Victorian railroad town adjacent to the Potomac River and the National Park Service C&O Canal Towpath. The town has small city appeal with shopping, dining, historical sites, a one-of-a-kind railroad museum and abundant outdoor and water recreational activities. Just steps from the MARC train station, visitors to Brunswick have a variety of shopping and delectable dining experiences to choose from.
  6. 6. Thurmont www.thurmontmainstreet.com Mount Airy www.mountairymainstreet.org Gateway to the Mountains Thurmont is where you’ll find Cunningham Falls State Park, Catoctin Mountain Park and where U.S. Presidents travel to Camp David (not open to the public). During your visit, drop by an orchard or a winery and visit one of several family-owned restaurants and specialty shops. October brings juried arts and crafts festival Catoctin Colorfest, aptly named for the kaleidoscope of Fall colors. Come for the view but stay for the food, fun and shopping experiences. Stroll Along Lively Main Street Bring the family and take a stroll down Main Street Mount Airy to enjoy the history, events, and one of a kind shops and delicious restaurants. Downtown Mt. Airy is a dynamic mix of locally owned shops and services. Quaint shops with big city flair offer the usual as well as unique collectibles, fashions, gifts, art and many interests for the hobbyist. You’ll even find a great casual evening dinner.
  7. 7. Emmitsburg www.emmitsburgmd.gov New Market www.townofnewmarket.org Historic and Quaint Home of the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first U.S. born saint, and Mount Saint Mary’s University, you’ll find Emmitsburg’s rich Catholic history in places like the local bookstore and coffee shop. Also home to the National Emergency Training Center, restaurants and shops highlight the town’s strong ties to the commitment of our Nation’s safety all with a picturesque small town charm. Where Old Meets New Since 1793 when Main Street was once part of the National Turnpike, one thing has remained the same in New Market: visitors always feel welcome. Ninety-percent of the nearly 100 buildings in the linear historic district were built in the early 19th century. Foodies can indulge in wonderful restaurants after a day with the children at the local Children’s Museum and unique shopping downtown.
  8. 8. Myersville www.myersville.org Walkersville www.walkersville-md.com All-American Hometown The trolley provided access to and from Frederick for Myersville residents in the early 1900’s. Although the railway no longer exists, today, the town still caters to its residents with a small downtown area. The local diner is a place where residents gather and the market is a haven for locally grown items. A trip to downtown Myersville is small town living at its finest. Where Heritage Lives On Deeply rooted in the fabric of Frederick County’s agricultural history is Walkersville. Surrounded by some of the County’s most fertile farmland, the downtown area is a step back into time where residents give a friendly wave to passersby. Shops are quaint, parks are plentiful and Main Street leads to the town’s restored 1920’s depot, open for an excursion or a dinner train if the schedule allows.
  9. 9. Woodsboro www.woodsboro.org Small Town Americana A walk down Main Street in Woodsboro is a delightful way to experience small town life. Several businesses have roots dating back to the 1800s and residents take pride in supporting their hometown grocer, hardware store, and restaurants. Homes are quaint, the 102-acre park is a local treasure and the community is proud of their main street charm. Frederick County is home to 12 unique municipalities. This brochure features municipalities with downtown commercial experiences. The municipalities of Burkittsville and Rosemont offer beautiful scenery, small town charm, civic groups and interesting architecture throughout and are primarily residential communities. You’ll also find several unincorporated villages with shops, eateries and much more waiting for you to discover in Frederick County.
  10. 10. YEAR ROUND First Saturday – First Saturday of each month; 3-9pm; Downtown Frederick Great Frederick Fair Farmers Market – Saturdays; 8am-2pm; E. Patrick St.; Frederick SPRING Taste of Thurmont Expo – March; Thurmont Frederick Restaurant Week – seven days in March; Frederick County Main Street Chili Cookoff – April; Mount Airy Downtown Collective – weekend in the Spring; Downtown Frederick Mayfest – May; Downtown Frederick May Fest – May; Mount Airy Art, Wine & Cupcake Walk on Main Street – Friday before Mother’s Day; Thurmont Maryland National Road Yard Sale – May; Middletown Walkersville Days – May; Walkersville Alive @ Five – Thursdays May through September; 5-8pm; Carroll Creek Amphitheater-Downtown Frederick SUMMER Farmers Markets – Brunswick, Frederick, Emmitsburg, Middletown, Thurmont, Mount Airy; For a list of times and locations, visit www.frederickfarmfresh.com Alive @ Five – Thursdays May through September; 5-8pm; Carroll Creek Amphitheater Downtown Frederick Movie Night on the Creek – Fridays in the summer; Carroll Creek Amphitheater Downtown Frederick Summer Concert Series – Sundays; Baker Park Bandshell; Frederick Frederick Festival of the Arts – first weekend in June; Carroll Creek Downtown Frederick Easels in Frederick – June; Downtown Frederick Community Day – June; Emmitsburg Celebrate Summer – July; Mount Airy Farm to Fork – August/September; Frederick County annual calendar shop downtown events
  11. 11. FALL In the Street – September; Downtown Frederick Heritage Festival – September; Middletown Brunswick Railroad Days – 1st full weekend of October; Brunswick Catoctin Colorfest – 2nd weekend of October; Thurmont Brunswick Business Expo – Fall, annually; Brunswick Scarecrow Decorating Contest and Walk – October; Middletown Myersville Harvest Festival – October; Myersville Halloween Town Parade – October; Emmitsburg Halloween – October; Downtown Frederick Holiday Preview – November; Mount Airy Fall Art Walk – 1st Friday of November; Thurmont WINTER Frosty Friday – Friday after Thanksgiving; 9am to 9pm; Downtown Frederick Small Business Saturday – Saturday after Thanksgiving; Frederick, Thurmont, Middletown, Brunswick, Mount Airy Kris Kringle Procession – December; Downtown Frederick Christmas in Thurmont – 1st Saturday in December; Thurmont Jingle Bell Run/Santa Stroll – 1st Saturday in December; Brunswick Hometown Holidays – 2nd Saturday in December; Square Corner Park; Brunswick Christmas in the Valley – December; Middletown A Main Street Christmas – December; Mount Airy Downtown Cooking School – weekend in February; Downtown Frederick
  12. 12. SPONSORS www.discoverfrederickmd.com 301-600-1058 www.visitfrederick.org 800-999-3613

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