FNP Events and Sass Magazine present



Join us for the release of Sass Magazine’s fall issue as we celebrate women in music and arts!

Featuring live performances by
The Dirty Middle
Joy on Fire

Early Bird tickets $25! Ends 8/27
Each ticket includes and On the Town Appetizer Card from Frederick Rewards!



• Complimentary hor d’oeuvres provided by Renaissance Chef
• Enjoy cake samples from Cakes to Die for!
• Mini jam jar party favors from McCutcheons
• Get a free henna tattoo from Hannah’s Henna
• Get your photo taken at the photo booth by Handlebar Photo Booths!

• Check out beauty samples and products from Salon Allure
• Browse the Shabby Chic pop-up shop!
• Local cold brew coffee will be available from Glory Doughnuts.
• Shop the pop-up consignment shop from Woman to Woman Mentoring.
• Browse local art & jewelry from Jesco Jewelry, LLC & SD Illustrations
• Featuring a femme-tastic art gallery!



The Music Cafe is having their ten year celebration on Saturday September 17th. They are closing down the street and putting bands in the parking lot/deck area. We will have a jockey box at the back tiki bar and we’re pouring Dogtoberfest and Gourd Standard for the day and will also be featuring Numero Uno Agave Cerveza and Bloodline cans. We will be the only brewery pouring from the back patio so get your sweet ass back here. Also get yourself a snickerdoodle cookie, they are freaking delicious.




Join us Friday night for an exclusive Oktoberfest VIP Kickoff Event. Enjoy Flying Dog’s Brewhouse Rarities and Limited Releases, special food pairings and live music. Ticket entitles attendees to four beer samples, one full beer, food pairings, AND a ticket to Oktoberfest on Saturday or Sunday. Tickets are $35 per person. This is an age 21+ event. Rain or shine. No Refunds.

Beer offerings will be listed here at the beginning of September. Food samples include a curried sauerkraut soup with bits of bauernwurst, German cheese sampler, German salami sampler, a bratwurst sampler, German desserts and cookies.




Bratwurst, Oktoberfest beer, German wines, dancing, music, children’s events and much more! And it all benefits Frederick County charities. Spearheaded by the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek, and the Rotary Club of Southern Frederick County this annual event not only promotes cultural exchange, but it also supports both clubs’ efforts in the community to raise thousands of dollars for area non-profits.

What’s not to like?



RHP Dog Days

Flying Dog and Roasthouse are teaming up to celebrate the end of the Dog Days of Summer. The event will featureDoggie Style Pale, Snake Dog IPA and Dogtoberfest Marzen paired with Gourmet Hot Dogs. We will be helping raise awareness and funds for the Frederick County Humane Society.




Join us on the terrace for happy hour, as we pair four unique hour d’oeuvres with local craft beers from Flying Dog Brewery and change the very fabric of your existence.




This 3-day cultural event will showcase elaborate chalk paintings created by artists directly on the streets of Little Italy. The event will be enhanced with Italian food, wine, music, theater and dance in a celebration of the contemporary renaissance of Baltimore’s historic Italian neighborhood. 

Artists will create chalk paintings on Little Italy’s South High and Stiles Streets for the three event days (September 30-October 2). The street will come alive as it is transformed into fine works of art. The theme of the art is “The Movement of Change.”

Professional and student artists will become i madonnari for the celebration. Little Italy proudly hosts  Madonnari from around the globe, including Vera Bugatti, ToMo, Flavio Coppola, Francesca Arsi andJennifer Chapparo and Baltimore’s own Maestro Madonnaro, Michael KirbyAnthony Cappetto, known for combining 4d technology with 2d and 3d art, will also be featured among the exciting roster of participating visual artists. The street art will be judged by professional artists.

Local, national and international performing artists will participate in a series of indoor and outdoor events sponsored by the Little Italy restaurants.    Laura Norris, founder and instructor of Mando for Kids, will lead her young Baltimore City musicians as they play Italian and contemporary music on bowlback mandolins.  These emerging artists will be followed by the extraordinary musicians who comprise the Baltimore Mandolin Quartet.  Actors from The Baltimore School for the Arts under the direction of Director Donald Hicken and Sally Boyett, Artistic Director of the Annapolis Shakespeare Company, will perform in commedia dell’ arte scenes to be staged in and outside of the Little Italy restaurants.  Roving opera singers will also perform in and outside the restaurants.

Also on the weekends from 11:30 a.m. until 3 pm, the PNC Children’s Chalk Center, a family Madonnari arts area, will be the site of children’s street theater and face painting and free chalk will be provided to young artists who will be able to draw on the street alongside the masters.  Children are also welcomed on the bocce court on Stiles Street, where bocce lessons will be provided.

Festival events on Sunday, October 2 include  the Columbus Celebrations 5K and Parade, preceded by a wreath laying ceremony by civic groups at the base of the Christopher Columbus statue in the Columbus Piazza and  followed  by a bocce tournament and a live rooftop concert in a tribute to The Beatles 1969 concert on the roof of Apple Records provided by Baltimore’s “Fab Five”, The Apple Scruffs.

All of the foregoing events are free and open to the public.

Get all of the details here:




Come one, come all to Pizzeria Paradiso’s first (and hopefully not last) pizza eating contest co-hosted by Flying Dog.

Round 1 – 5:00PM

Who can eat a 12″ Paradiso pizza in the fastest time?

Round 2 – 5:15PM

Who will be able to eat the MOST Paradiso pizza in a 10 minute window?

Not looking to compete? Fear not! We will have Flying Dog draft beers for $4 for all who come as spectators.

To Register email and specify which round you want to participate in.




We’re throwing it back a few decades to when parachute pants, fly girls and tight rhymes were the name of the game. The 90’s Hip-Hop and R&B Sing-Along returns to Union Hall this month with over two hours of party-starting hits that’ll make you wanna Jump! Jump!

We’ll be spinning the best music videos of the decade with all the lyrics right up on the screen – no embarrassing moments of memory failure guaranteed! – so everyone can sing, rap and dance along together. No microphones and best of all – no waiting to sing!

This Is How We Do It…with 90’s hip-hop and R&B video hits from Usher, Salt-N-Pepa, Ginuwine, Mariah Carey, Puff Daddy, Aaliyah, Coolio, Brandy & Monica, Beastie Boys, Boyz II Men, TLC and many, many more.


– Hop into those parachute pants or dress up like your favorite era-appropriate musician, fictional character or celebrity for the 90’s Costume Contest!

– Show off your sweet 90’s hip-hop dance moves in the Dance Off!

– Prizes include 90’s-themed swag like Surge soda plus free drinks and tickets to upcoming Sing-Alongs and Bell House/Union Hall shows!

– Strike a pose in our SecretFormula photobooth with 90’s-themed props and posters to make your friends jealous on social media!

– Plus we’ll have plenty of free Ring Pops, Slap Bracelets and other 90’s nostalgia-inducing fun and themed cocktails to help lubricate your vocal cords.

And no, we still don’t want No Scrubs.



2016 Flying Dog Beer Dinner