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City of Frederick Calendar

  1. Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee

    March 3, 6:30 PM @ Municipal Annex Bldg. Rm C
    Frederick, MD 21701

  2. Workshop Meeting

    March 4, 3:00 PM @ City Hall, Boardroom
    Frederick, MD 21701

  3. Mayor and Board of Aldermen Public Meeting

    March 5, 7:00 PM @ City Hall, Boardroom
    Frederick, MD 21701

  4. Planning Commission Field Trip

    March 6, 3:00 PM @ Municipal Annex Bldg
    Frederick, MD 21701

  5. Streets & Sanitation Committee

    March 17, 8:30 AM @ City Hall, Boardroom
    Frederick, MD 21701

  6. Board of Supervisors of Elections

    March 23, 2:00 PM @ 101 North Court Street

  7. Talk with the Mayor Tuesday

    March 24, All Day @ City Hall
    Frederick, MD 21701

Economic Development Calendar

  1. Frederick Restuarant Week

    March 2 - March 8 @ Frederick County Various locations

    Frederick Restaurant Week is a 7-day promotion that features the unique and fine dining options available in Downtown Frederick and the surrounding area. Participating restaurants will offer diners price-fixed meals at mouth-watering prices the week of March 2-8, 2015. Participating Restaurants Alexander's Restaurant L/D Ayse Meze Lounge L/D Brewer's Alley L/D Bushwallers L/D Cellar Door Restaurant L/D Family Meal L/D Firestone's Culinary Tavern L/D Isabella's L/D JoJo's Restaurant & Tap House L/D Lazy Fish D Nido's Ristorante L/D Pistarro's L/D Red Horse D Reina L/D Sumittra Thai Cuisine D Tasting Room L/D Vini Culture Wine Bar & Cafe D Vintage D Wine Kitchen on the Creek L/D

  2. SBTDC - LLC Operating Agreements--What Are They and Why Do You Need One?

    March 6, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ 5340 Spectrum Dr. Ste. A

    A Limited Liability Company’s (“LLC”) Operating Agreement governs the operations of the LLC. The presentation will cover various provisions typically found in an Operating Agreement that deal with capitalization of the company, allocation and distribution of profits, management of the company, voluntary and involuntary transfers of membership (i.e., ownership) interests, confidentiality and non-competition, and compensation of members.

  3. SBTDC - Grow Your Business Using LinkedIn

    March 11, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ 5340 Spectrum Dr. Ste. A

    LinkedIn is the world's largest professional network. Boasting over 200 million professional memebers, it can be a valuable tool for expanding your business. In this session learn how to optimize your presence on LinkedIn to increase your visibility. Topics covered include: -How to add valuable content to your profile to stand out among job seekers. -How to use LinkedIn as a job prospecting tool. -How to leverage LinkedIn as a sales and prospecting tool. -How to advertise your business or services on LinkedIn.

  4. Tech Frederick - Quarterly Networking Event

    March 11, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ e-End USA

    For those in the IT industry who want to chat, network, share ideas. Light fare is provided as well as raffle prizes to include a laptop!

  5. Frederick County Chamber: Coffee & Contacts

    March 13, 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM @ Frederick County Chamber of Commerce

    We'll make the coffee and you make the contacts! This morning networking event gives you the opportunity to make solid business connections before you start your work day!

  6. Frederick County Chamber: March Business Card Exchange

    March 18, 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM @ Dorman Home Remodeling Inc.

    It's the luck of the Irish as we celebrate St. Patrick's Day! Try your luck at making new business connections and join us at our monthly card exchange while touring the beautiful showroom at Doorman Home Remodeling. Bring lots of business cards to this after hours networking event, where area professionals gather to make solid business connections.

  7. Frederick County Chamber: New Media & Technology Conference

    March 24, 8:00 AM - 2:30 PM @ Mount Saint Mary's University - Frederick Campus

    Networking and Sessions. View the Agenda link for schedule and speakers

Neighborhood Advisory Council

  1. NAC 7

    March 3, 7:00 PM @ North Frederick Elementary

  2. NAC 1

    March 4, 7:00 PM @ Whittier Elementary

Parks & Recreation Calendar

  1. Youth Foil 102

    December 10, 6:30 PM, 2014 - March 9, 2015, 8:00 PM @ Trinity Rec Center

    Age 9 to 12 Once beginner course is completed, all students, 9 to 12 learning foil will proceed to this class. This class focuses on tactical strategies of foil, a greater understanding of the rules, and holds the student to a higher physical demand. Students will learn foil blade work, footwork, acquire a good understanding of proper movement, understand reffing and open bouting on electronic scoring equipment. They will spend equal time observing, refereeing, fencing, and in physical training.

  2. Foil 202

    December 10, 7:00 PM, 2014 - March 9, 2015, 9:00 PM @ Trinity Rec Center

    Ages 9 to 12 Once a student has completed two Foil 102 sessions (24 weeks) and has acquired all of his/her own gear and has a good understanding of how to referee, they would proceed to this class. This class provides more time to fence, mastering tactical strategies of foil, a greater understanding of the rules, and holds the student to a higher physical demand. Students will learn foil blade work, acquire a good understanding of proper movement, understand reffing and open bouting on electronic scoring equipment.

  3. Adult Foil 102

    December 10, 7:45 PM, 2014 - March 11, 2015, 9:15 PM @ Trinity Rec Center

    Age 13 & up Once beginner course is completed, all students, ages 13 & up learning foil will proceed to this class. This class focuses on tactical strategies of foil, a greater understanding of the rules, and holds the student to a higher physical demand. Students will learn foil blade work, footwork, acquire a good understanding of proper movement, understand reffing and open bouting on electronic scoring equipment. They will spend equal time observing, refereeing, fencing, and in physical training.

  4. Fencing Basics 101

    December 11, 6:30 PM, 2014 - March 12, 2015, 7:45 PM @ Trinity Rec Center

    Age 9 & up This class will cover the history of the sword, as it relates to fencing, dueling, and the beginnings of the sport. Students will also get a basic understanding of foil, and a basic understanding of the rules. From the first lesson and onward through the class, beginners will also acquire a basic understanding of proper footwork, blade work, form, and function. Students will also have the opportunity to fence using the same style of electronic equipment used in the modern Olympic Games.

  5. Epee 202

    December 11, 7:30 PM, 2014 - March 12, 2015, 9:30 PM @ Trinity Rec Center

    Age 9 & up Once a student has completed two Epee 102 sessions (24 weeks) and has acquired all of his/her own gear and has a good understanding of how to referee, they would proceed to this class. This class provides more time to fence with open bouting on electronic scoring equipment, mastering tactical strategies of epee, a greater understanding of tempo and timing, and holds the student to a higher physical demand. Students will learn to epee blade work, continue to master footwork, acquire proper movement, and will spend time observing, refereeing, fencing, and in physical training.

  6. Epee 102

    December 11, 8:00 PM, 2014 - March 12, 2015, 9:30 PM @ Trinity Rec Center

    Age 9 & up Once the beginner course is completed, all students learning epee will proceed to this class. This class focuses on tactical strategies of epee, understanding tempo and timing, and holds the student to a higher physical demand. Students will learn epee blade work, footwork, acquire a good understanding of proper movement, and open bouting on electronic scoring equipment. They will spend equal time observing, refereeing, fencing, and in physical training.

  7. Mini Hip Hop Dance

    January 26, 5:30 PM - March 23, 6:30 PM @ Dance Unlimited

    Age 1st - 4th grade This fast paced and exciting class offers age appropriate hip hop for the younger set. Session is 9 weeks. Register at William Talley Rec Center

  8. Adult Tap (Adv.Beg/Inter)

    February 4, 7:00 PM - April 8, 8:00 PM @ Dance Unlimited

    Age 18 & up A mix of Broadway and rhythm tap for the adult tapper. Appropriate for advanced beginner/intermediate students. Session is 9 weeks.

  9. Adult Tap (Beginner)

    February 4, 8:00 PM - April 8, 9:00 PM @ Dance Unlimited

    Age 18 & up A mix of Broadway and rhythm tap for the adult tapper. Appropriate for beginner students. Session is 9 weeks.

  10. Adult Ballet (Beg/Inter)

    February 5, 8:00 PM - April 9, 9:00 PM @ Dance Unlimited

    Age 18 & up Class will focus on traditional barre, center work and short combinations. Appropriate for beginner/intermediate level students. Session is 9 weeks.

  11. Beginning Waltz, Fox Trot and Swing, Rumba, Cha Cha & Tango

    February 5, 8:30 PM - March 26, 10:00 PM @ Ballroom Dance in Frederick

    14 & up We will be covering the dance rhythms of Waltz, Fox Trot & Swing the first 4 weeks, and Cha Cha, Rumba & Tango the second 4 weeks. These are the core dances that provide you with the most opportunity to dance at a dance. We not only use music from the 30's, 40's and 50's, but also many contemporary tunes that provide us with the rhythms that we are learning. Singles and couples are welcome. We have public dances every Saturday evening from 8:00 – 11:00 pm where students can practice and use what they are learning.

  12. Irish Social Dancing

    February 25, 7:00 PM - April 1, 8:30 PM @ William Talley Rec Center

    Age 12 & up Enjoy wonderful Irish music while learning Irish dances. These classes will sample three separate traditions: set, ceili and two-and three-hand dances, featuring a variety of music, styles and steps. Irish social dancing is not as physically demanding as step dancing (a la Riverdance), but it is a good aerobic workout, so wear casual clothes that you can sweat in, and flat or low-heeled shoes, preferably with smooth soles, that will stay securely on your feet. No partner, no experience necessary. Beginners encouraged! 6 week session.

  13. Belly Basics - Devine Dance Level 1

    March 9, 7:15 PM - April 27, 8:15 PM @ Wm. Talley Rec Center

    Age 18 & up This beginner/advanced beginner technique class will familiarize students with the basic moves of all belly dance styles. Women 18 and older, all sizes and shapes welcome, no previous dance experience necessary. Students will learn basic slides, lifts & drops, circles, hip undulations; basic travel moves and combinations. Belly dancing tones and strengthens the entire body; promotes flexibility, coordination and a healthier self image. Visit www.divine-journeys.com for additional information about classes.

  14. Intermediate Belly Dance - Devine dance Level 2

    March 9, 8:15 PM - April 27, 9:15 PM @ Wm. Talley Rec Center

    Age 18 & up This beginner/advanced beginner technique class will familiarize students with the basic moves of all belly dance styles. Women 18 and older, all sizes and shapes welcome, no previous dance experience necessary. Students will learn basic slides, lifts & drops, circles, hip undulations; basic travel moves and combinations. Belly dancing tones and strengthens the entire body; promotes flexibility, coordination and a healthier self image. Visit www.divine-journeys.com for additional information about classes.

  15. Mini Hip Hop Dance

    March 30, 5:30 PM - June 8, 6:30 PM @ Dance Unlimited

    Age 1st - 4th grade This fast paced and exciting class offers age appropriate hip hop for the younger set. Session is 9 weeks. Register at William Talley Rec Center

Planning Calendar

  1. PC Hearing

    March 9, 6:00 PM @ City Hall