This Thursday, a bench made from the 300-year-old Linden Oak Tree will be unveiled to the public.
Garden of Lights was suspended Friday night due to police activity around Brookside Gardens (1800 Glenallan Ave, Wheaton.)
Montgomery Parks will hold its third annual Urban Wood sale the weekend of December 9-10, 2023. The sale offers woodworkers and craftspeople the chance to purchase wood salvaged from Montgomery Parks trees.
Rainbow trout stocking at Pine Lake in Wheaton Regional Park is at risk of being discontinued by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, according to a social media post by Montgomery Parks.
Per Montgomery Parks: “Celebrate the holidays with Montgomery Parks! We have birdwatching, winter solstice, New Year’s festivities, and many more activities for the whole family.
Originally published in 2020, written by Isaac Donsky
Montgomery County is full of historical landmarks and buildings, many of which are well known outside of the county. But for every notable landmark, there are many more that are often overlooked by the public.
Montgomery Parks invites the public to participate in a hybrid community meeting to discuss proposed renovations to Rosemary Hills-Lyttonsville Local Park.
Per Montgomery Parks: “The Montgomery Agricultural History Farm Park in Derwood always is a fascinating place that can quickly take visitors back to a time when agriculture dominated the County’s economy and lifestyle. There will now be an opportunity to learn about those times via candlelight tours on Friday-Saturday, Dec. 15-16. (more…)
Per Montgomery Parks: “Montgomery Parks, announces programming and operating hours for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Thursday, November 23, through Sunday, November 26.
The Montgomery County Planning Board announced the appointment of Miti Figueredo as the new Parks Director for Montgomery Parks following a national search. Prior to her appointment as director, Figueredo served as Chief of Staff for the Planning Board Chair and later as Parks Deputy Director for Administration.
The Montgomery County Police Department (MCPD) recently provided a traffic tip, warning drivers “don’t veer for deer.”