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Dec. 12 | Finding The Perfect Gift For The Holidays

The holidays can be a stressful time for us all, and trying to find that perfect gift for a loved one amidst all the madness is enough to make anyone pull at their hair. We know it’s hard, so we put together a gift guide to help! Still overwhelmed by the options? No problem, here’s just […]

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MD International Kids Film Fest

The Maryland International Kids Film Fest is committed to bring high-quality, international, challenging, and, most importantly, ENTERTAINING movie programming…in the form of short films as well as the occasional feature length films…to the states. The MIKFF also includes some workshops related to animation to give kids some hands on experience making their own form of animation, either video or in a historical construct. The aim is to show that creativity and moving pictures can be a part of every child’s life and is within […]

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Academy of St. Cecilia Youth Orchestra

The mission of ASCYO is to serve the community by providing opportunity for young musicians to grow spiritually and attain musical excellence through instruction, rehearsal, and public performances of the great musical compositions of the past and present. The ASCYO hopes to encourage young people to make commitments to their faith and religious vocations in […]

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Frederick Regional Youth Orchestra

The Frederick Regional Youth Orchestra (FRYO) was established in 1978 as an organization dedicated to providing quality orchestral music opportunities for young musicians in and around Frederick County. The organization continues to strive to provide our students with a well-rounded approach to ensemble performance. Not only do our members have the opportunity to meet fellow […]

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Dec. 30 | Top 6 Weinberg Events For The New Year

  2017 is over! What a better way to start the new year than coming out to the Weinberg? We have plenty shows throughout January, so here’s just a few of our favorites: 1 | Cartoon Fest Returns! Our annual family-friendly Cartoon Fest is back! Come experience vintage animations the way they were always meant […]

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On Re-Opening

By: Gillian Van Ditta The weather in Frederick is notoriously fickle in the spring. From the mountain peaks of Thurmont to the river valleys of the city itself, the weather can swing wildly from cool and sunny, to so humid the scent of your morning coffee sticks to your skin for hours. It is a […]

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Behind the Bar

by Sam Lister and Payson Silvio For many Weinberg Center patrons, no visit to the theater is complete without a stop at the bar to enjoy an adult beverage while waiting for the performance to begin. Patrons pass under the gigantic masks of Comedy and Tragedy, into the inner lobby and easily find their way […]

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Summer Days with Weinberg Executive Theater Manager John Healey

By: Deborah Afolabi, Weinberg Intern Ever wonder what goes on at the Weinberg Center during the summertime? Why is it so quiet? Executive Theater Manager, John Healey, discloses what’s really going on in these sunny months. As the Executive Theater Manager for the Weinberg Center for the Arts, Healey oversees the operations and programming for […]

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A Semester to Remember

By Sam Lister While searching for an internship for my final semester at Hood College, I was ecstatic to find an opportunity Weinberg Center. I knew that the Weinberg would be a fun place to work, but I never could have guessed how much I was going to learn. As a marketing intern, I have […]

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