Peerless Rockville presentations in April offer closer looks at a Rockville theater company, the city’s public art and a 19th-century newspaper editor from Rockville whose antiwar writings made him the target of mob violence. Register for the following free virtual events at www.peerlessrockville.org/events-and-programs.
The Rockville City Academy returns in May, offering community members an opportunity to better understand how the City of Rockville operates, with a closer look at city departments and services.
Stay home and stay well with online seminars from the Rockville Senior Center in April. For details, visit www.rockvillemd.gov/recreation. Register with the course number online at www.rockvillemd.gov/registration, call 240-314-8800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Sessions are free, unless otherwise noted.
Rockville Police Offer Drive-Up and Drop-Off Collection The Rockville City Police Department and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office offer a safe, free and anonymous way to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs during National Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 24.
Movie Buff? F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Fan? The Zelda by Zoomlight Movie Club is a virtual watch party on Zoom that will present films Zelda Fitzgerald and and her author husband, F. Scott would have enjoyed. Participants 16 and older can join the Zoom party every other Tuesday, from
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
The Mayor and Council will hold a virtual public hearing, Monday, May 17, on a proposal to annex an almost 10.3-acre plot of land at 16200 Frederick Road. The annexation was initiated through a petition to the city by Victor, Inc., the property’s owner, with a request to zone the
Second Rockville Business Forum Will Discuss Available Resources and Offer Opportunity for Businesses to Discuss Their Needs
NOTE: This article has been updated to reflect new meeting link and contact information. The COVID-19 pandemic has placed enormous stress on local businesses, and the City of Rockville has partnered with the Rockville Chamber of Commerce, Rockville Economic Development, Inc., and Maryland Women’s Business Center to help.
“Life in Rockville” and “Adults 60+,” the city’s guides to recreational programs, throughout Rockville, are out and packed with the promise of spring! Registration begins Thursday, March 4. Find dozens of things to do from March to May: sports and leagues for all ages; aquatics and fitness programs; virtual events
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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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