Christmas in July in the Shenandoah Valley

It’s Christmas in July around the Shenandoah Valley!

The Merchants on Main are hosting the festivities in Front Royal with deals in many of the businesses downtown, live music, and a surprise you will have to be there to see.

There will also be a visit from Santa Clause at the Gazebo starting at 11 am.

Frederick County Parks and Recreation are getting in the holiday spirit as well with a showing of The Grinch at Clearbrook Pool.

The movie will begin at 7 pm and only credit cards will be taken at the gate. 

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FCPRD’s Parks and Pets Extravaganza

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Frederick County Parks and Recreation is hosting their 7th annual Parks and Pets Extravaganza today from 10am to 2pm.

Take advantage of the opportunity to bring your furry friend to enjoy a day at the park and take a swim.

The Clearbrook Pool will be open for dock diving and vendors will be on site with everything your pet might need.

There will also be a silent auction to benefit Esther Boyd Animal Shelter.

Frederick County’s Fire and Rescue and the Sheriff’s office will have demonstrations on site.

A car show will also be held starting at 10:30 with awards for different categories.

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Clearbrook Park holds their first Spring Carnival

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Clearbrook Park will hold their first ever Spring Carnival April 2 and 3.

Games, activities and prizes will be available from Community partners stationed in the shelters.

The Easter Bunny will be on hand.

COVID-19 restrictions will be in place with Symptom screening at the entrance.

All attendees including parents and guardians must registrar at Frederick County Parks and Recreation website.

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C-Cap receive a sizable donation from Clearbrook

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Clearbrook Park’s annual holiday  light show, Walking in a Winter Wonderland, drew over 23,000 visitors.

Even with a COVID-19 restriction on the number of people at a time allowed in.

The event was able to donate Over $17 hundred in first day ticket sales to Congregational Community Action Project (C-Cap) of Winchester.

The donation will go toward the purchase of a truck so C-Cap can better serve the community.

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