2024-05-03 May the Fourth Lightshow Frederick Edition

Once again, the Tesla Owners Club of Maryland Represented for a Global Light Show event! This time, 46 Teslas and their humans showed up at Frederick Airport to perform the May the Fourth light show. There was one original Roadster, 3 (count ’em, 3!) Cybertrucks, six Model X’s, one Model S, 18 Model 3’s, and 17 Model Y’s.

Be sure to check out the official YouTube video compilation of the global event too! Maryland has three snippets in there, two from the Southern Maryland event from mid April (drone footage) and one from this event (no drones allowed near airports, so that was taken from outstretched arms held overhead height).

Special thanks to Frank Noe for coordinating use of the airport grounds, as well as Mark Czajka and Ty Burke for all their work with the event logistics.

Central MD March 2024 Tesla Tuesday Location


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Central MD March 2024 Tesla Tuesday Location

It’s time to choose where our next Tesla Tuesday event will be! We queried Club members who registered with an address in Montgomery, Prince George’s, Howard, and Ann Arundel counties to ask what their recommendations were for a place to meet. If you have another recommendation for a specific place, please add it! Choose up to six options, and the one with the highest number of selections will be where we meet on March 12. One set of choices per person.

This poll is open until 5PM March 5.

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2024-02-11 Tesla Model 3 Refresh Unveiling

Tesla reached out to the Club for a special event to see the Tesla Model 3 refresh (“Highland”) and be able to take some demo rides. Despite the early time, many folks went to the Montgomery Mall location and were thoroughly impressed with what they saw. See below for pictures of the event.

2023-12-30 TOCMD Light Show

Our Second Annual Tesla Owners Club of Maryland Holiday Light Show, organized again by Tyron Burke, was a success! A grand total of 54 Teslas and their humans congregated on the top floor of a parking garage in Montgomery Mall to synchronize playing “The Arrival.” It took a few tries while carbon-based life forms braved the cold (and the occasional question from Mall Security), but we got it.

Afterwards, some folks grabbed a bite to eat at the California Pizza Kitchen there.

See below for the photographic and video proof.