I know you won’t be surprised when I say that October in Frederick is a busy month full of awesome activiites. Nearly every weekend has something going on!
This weekend Hackberry Flat will start their Monarch Watch. Starting this Saturday you can help biologists tag migrating butterflies at the Hackberry Flat Center! The center will be full of Monarch-related activities from 8am to 8pm. That’s a lot of fun to be had!
Next weekend provides even more entertainment. First, the Tillman County Historical Society will introduce it’s newest event, “Pancakes at the Pioneer.” Stop by the museum and help yourself to some delicious hot pancakes from 8am-2pm for only $6 or $3 for children under 10 years of age. The menu includes pancakes, bacon, coffee and juice!
That evening the Arts and Humanities Council will be hosting the entertainment at The Ramona Theatre for only $12. Killer Keyz, a dueling piano event will be held at 7pm. The entire show will be made for audience requests so get your favorite song ready so you can hear it performed live on dueling pianos!
The fourth Saturday in October will be the date of our Annual Wagon Wheel Trail Run. Though the committee is doing things a bit differently this year, the race will still be a fun, family-oriented trail run at the beautiful Lake Frederick. Stay tuned for details!
And finally, the last weekend this month, which shares the date of Halloween, will be filled with Okiefest 2015, brought to you by the Frederick Main Street organization. There will be costume contests, games, food and much more!
So stick around Frederick this month, there will be plenty of excitement for everyone!