4th Annual Talbot Avenue Bridge Lantern Walk

Begun in 2018, the Talbot Avenue Bridge Lantern Walk is an annual local community event that weaves together neighborhoods once divided by racial segregation. All neighbors are welcome! Come join us in shining our lights in the darkness, promoting unity over division, remembering the past and taking steps toward a brighter future.

5th Annual Community Bridges Girl Legacy

Community Bridges 5th Annual Girl Legacy Celebration is an evening of celebrating, “Creating Opportunities, Cultivating Potential and Achieving Dreams,” taking place on Friday, November 5th at 6:30pm. The Community Bridges girls have designed a virtual evening full of performances, awards and an opportunity to meet and greet with our amazing girls and alumnae. Every dollar … Read more

Takoma Park Street Festival Returns October 3

The Takoma Park Street Festival will return to mark its 40th anniversary on Sunday, Oct. 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 pm. The festival will take place on Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park to Carroll Street N.W. in Washington.

County Brings Back Thanksgiving Parade for 2021

Montgomery County will bring back the Thanksgiving parade on Saturday, Nov. 20 this year after canceling in 2020 due to the pandemic. The county is now accepting applications for parade participants.

“Pocket Pet Palooza” Waives Adoption Fees for Small Mammals at Shelter

The Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center will waive adoption fees for all small animals, such as rabbits, gerbils, ferrets and guinea pigs, for two weeks, from Aug. 15 to Aug. 28. Known as “Pocket Pet Palooza,” the promotion is sponsored by the nonprofit organization Montgomery County Partners for Animal Well-Being.

Tour of National Park Seminary

Take a guided walking tour of the enchanting historic National Park Seminary, once a private women’s school, then Walter Reed’s rehabilitation center, and now a unique residential community. Tour starts at 2747 Linden Lane, Silver Spring at 1 pm and lasts 2 hours. Reservations are recommended. Go to www.saveourseminary.org/tours to reserve your space.