Earth Day is Thursday, April 22, and Rockville is celebrating with events all spring long, including the following free or low-cost activities that promote getting outside and helping nature. All in-person events require participants to wear a face covering and practice social distancing of at least 6 feet. Activities marked SSL are
Join Peerless Rockville and professor Gail Hornstein, author of “To Redeem One Person Is to Redeem the World: The Life of Frieda Fromm-Reichmann,” online for a free presentation at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 25. Hornstein will tell the inspiring story of Fromm-Reichmann, the German-Jewish refugee analyst who was able to
Celebrate the coming of spring by getting outside and exploring Rockville’s historic and unique places with Peerless Rockville. Building on the success of October’s scavenger hunt and tour, the latest Explore Rockville event, scheduled for Thursday, March 18-Sunday, March 21, will feature more than 15 sites – all new –
More than ever, people are looking for ways to help the community and each other. While the pandemic is limiting volunteering to activities where social distancing and other safety protocols can be practiced, there are still plenty of opportunities to make a big difference in Rockville. Opportunities with the SSL
Virtual March Programs at the Senior Center Stay home and stay well with online seminars from the Rockville Senior Center in March. For details, visit www.rockvillemd.gov/recreation. Register online, call 240-314-8800 or email email@example.com for more information. Sessions are free, unless otherwise noted.
Acting state health Secretary Dennis R. Schrader outlined Maryland’s efforts to distribute the state’s allocation of COVID-19 vaccines in a Feb. 2 letter to Rockville’s Mayor and Council. The letter comes in response to a Jan. 26 letter in which the Mayor and Council called on the state to send
The Glenview Mansion and Peerless Rockville Speaker Series hosts a virtual presentation of The Archaeology of Josiah Henson Park, by Cassandra Michaud, at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 on WebEx. Michaud, a senior archaeologist with Montgomery Parks, will give an illustrated presentation on the findings of recent excavations at Josiah
Stay home and stay well with online seminars from the Rockville Senior Center in February. For details, visit www.rockvillemd.gov/recreation. Register online, call 240-314-8800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Sessions are free, unless otherwise noted. Healthy Heart, Healthy Brain!This class will discuss the heart and brain connection. Learn risk factors
The city’s 49th annual Martin Luther King Day celebration, held virtually Jan. 18, included presentations of two awards to community members carrying on King’s legacy. Find the celebration this month on Rockville 11, channel 11 on county cable, and on the city’s YouTube channel. F. Michael Taff AwardAwarded to an
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Rockville’s Climate Action Plan should focus on reducing greenhouse gas, addressing racial equity and protecting future generations, respondents to a recent city survey said. The city received 525 responses to the Climate Action Plan survey conducted in late 2020. Highlights
The Mayor and Council will receive a report at their Monday, April 26 meeting on a recent managed deer culling pilot program, held in the John G. Hayes Forest Preserve. All told, 21 deer in total were culled without incident
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