Things To Do This Weekend (January 20-22, 2023) at Montgomery Parks

by MCS Staff

Playtime: Black Hill Regional Park is the place to bring your children three and older for exploring, creating, and climbing during Wild Forest Time(opens in a new tab) on Sunday, January 22, from 1 pm to 3 pm. Staff will supply materials and space in the woods, and your kids supply imagination and sense of adventure. Free drop-in program. Meet at Shelter F on Parking Lot 3.

Health: Adults, increase your flexibility and strength, and cultivate your mental focus with Yoga at Brookside Gardens(opens in a new tab) on Saturday, January 21, 9:30 am. Bring your own mat. Ages eighteen and older only.

Art: Improve your botanical illustration by improving your pencil skills in Brookside Gardens’ Graphite Mastery(opens in a new tab). This advanced course is virtual and is held three hours each Saturday between January 21 and February 4.

Sports: Young figure skaters display their artistry during the Winter Ice Show(opens in a new tab) at Wheaton Ice Arena on Sunday, January 22, 5:15 pm. The one-hour event with solo and group performances is free.

Volunteering: This weekend, you can volunteer with Montgomery Parks by helping maintain trails or remove invasive and nonnative plants. The Trail Workday(opens in a new tab) at Copperhead Run Trail in Northwest Branch Stream Valley is Saturday, January 21, at 9 am. And, there are three Weed Warrior Workdays at Long Branch Stream Valley Park(opens in a new tab) on Friday, January 20, 9 am; Elmhirst Parkway Neighborhood Conservation Area(opens in a new tab) on Saturday, January 21, 10 am; and Rock Creek Stream Valley Park (opens in a new tab)on Sunday, January 22, 10 am.

Courtesy of Montgomery Parks


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