The winter season is far from over, but that doesn’t mean we are far from finding ample deals on this season’s greatest accessories and fashions! Local consignment shops are dropping their already low prices up to 50% on tremendous finds for winter here in Frederick in order to help you feel fashionable without breaking the bank.
Offering up their annual Winter Blowout Sale, Chic-to-Chic is happy to invite you in for one of their biggest sales of the year. With all items storewide on sale up through January 25th, including your favorite designer labels, there’s no reason to miss out on these colossal deals. Ellen Didion, owner of Chic-to-Chic, promises that every visit offers customers the chance to “look great, save money, go green, and recycle.” Everybody loves a fun, thrilling shopping experience, and Chic-to-Chic offers just that! Find Chic-to-Chic at 30 East Patrick Street in downtown Frederick or at their Gaithersburg location!
When asked what to expect upon entering Rachel and Jack’s Winter Blowout Sale, happening now through the end of the month, storeowner Kim Boyer simply states, “Great deals!” With an abundance of women and children’s winter clothing and accessories, the local consignment store is excited to offer huge savings on this season’s new and gently worn clothing including designer brands. Rachel and Jack’s consignment is located at 1202 E. Patrick Street in Frederick.
Hurry in! These sales are for a limited time only while supplies last!
These are the words of wisdom from Linganore Winecellars President & Wine Maker Anthony Aellen. To help dispel worry about pairing wines with the “right” foods, Aellen host tastings each month featuring an assortment of good eats. This month, international cheeses from France, England and some locally made will be on the menu.
“It’s a taste experience but also an educational one,” said Aellen. “ We want people to feel confident about wine. We want to teach you how the wine changes with the taste of food.” You’ll be a pro once you’ve attended and Aellen is sure to dissipate any fear because this tasting includes 16 wines and 6 different cheeses. Yes, 16 wines!
If cheese isn’t your thing, next month’s tasting is with chocolate, followed by everyone’s ultimate favorite, Girl Scout cookies. There’s no wine snobbery at Linganore Winecellars, “Everyone is a wine connoisseur, no one’s taste is wrong. If you like cookies and brownies, then eat cookies and brownies and find the wine that works,” says Aellen.
The winery is on a sprawling 230 acre farm just outside the historic city limits of Mt. Airy. Events are held all year long, check out the calendar for more information about tastings, artful libations, cellar previews and concert series. Reservations are recommended and tastings cost $10.00 per person.
13601 Glissans Mill Road
Mt. Airy, MD 21771