Welcome to Historic Frostburg, Maryland
1st Annual Italian Festival
FrostburgFirst, the City of Frostburg’s Main Street Program, along with the Bobby Preston Memorial Fund is sponsoring the First Annual Italian Festival on May 30, 2015. This family- friendly festival will be held from 1:00 pm-7:00 pm in the area surrounding City Place and City Square in downtown Frostburg. The event is dedicated to Moose Arnone and Al Via who started the event in the 1960’s.
The festival will feature a wide variety of Italian foods, desserts from Lorenzo’s Bakery, Pizza tasting from Wild Things, Fat Boys Pizza, and Foxes Pizza. Koni Ice, Kettle Corn and Fried desserts that are everyone’s favorite. There will be lots of activities, and even a Dunking Booth at the Kids Zone on Broadway Street. The Frostburg Dance Academy will perform; demonstrations by Rick Rando, Kick Masters karate; a Wine Tasting area, Spaghetti dinner served at the Community Center, and music throughout the day.
To top the event, “The Voice” James Young, a Frank Sinatra impersonator, will be entertaining the crowd. He will be singing Sinatra songs to pay tribute to Franks 100th Anniversary. Young has performed at Disney World, Las Vegas, and venues all over the country. He will be performing two shows at the City Place parking lot. There will be two hour and half performances-- One at 2:30-4:00 and 5:00-6:30. The show is Free and open to the public.
Come celebrate the Italy Festival! Show your Italian spirit and wear your green, red, and white costume and enjoy the day!
For more information, contact Christine Werner, Main Street Manager at 301-689-6900 or email email@example.com.
Frostburg, Maryland is a small college town in Western Maryland boasting Frostburg State University; a four-year graduate and undergraduate public university. The university shares its name with the town in which it is located. Nestled in the state's Appalachian highlands, the area rich in its mining and education heritage and is known for crisp autumns, snowy winters, beautiful springs and cool summers.
Its location provides easy access to Pennsylvania and West Virginia, while the major metropolitan areas of Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore are only a few hours away.
Frostburg is a Historic Main Street community with many "turn of the century" homes. It has 18 churches representing many denominations and is a growing municipality full of creativity and community spirit. Frostburg provides six community parks for recreational activities and was named after Meshach Frost.