Enjoy an ice cream social in Frederick

July 6, 2012 by  

The Rose Hill Day Festival and Antique Car Show will take place at the Rose Hill Manor Park and Museums on August 19 from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. This is a free event.

The Rose Hill Manor Park Museums exist to preserve the “living heritage” of the Frederick area. There are three separate museums; the Carriage Museum, the Farm Museum, and the Children’s Museum. Each offers hands-on exhibits designed to educate the public on what life really was like in 1800s.

The festival on August 19 will feature an ice cream social and an antique cars show presented by the members of the Francis Scott Key Car Club. It promises to be a fun outing for the entire family. Quite probably, the organizers of the festival will be working with Frederick printing companies to get ready for the event. They can avail themselves of such services as flyer printing and poster printing. Flyers and posters can be hung around the city informing the public of this fun-packed upcoming event.

Some people who live in a city may want to learn more about the history of their community. Organizations such as the Rose Hill Manor Park Museums help to educate the public and school children on the way their predecessors and ancestors lived. They help to bring that history to life and foster an understanding of how the community became what it is today. Besides this, it will be a good excuse to look an array of great historic automobiles.