From Feb. 1 – March 15 dresses, suits and accessories can be donated at Marilyn Praisner Community Recreation Center, located at 14906 Old Columbia Pike in Burtonsville. Three community recreation centers will also have specific donation drop-off dates.
Drop-off locations and dates:

  • Germantown Community Recreation Center, 18905 Kingsview Road, Germantown
    • Saturday, Feb. 4 and Saturday, Feb. 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Jane E. Lawton Community Recreation Center, 4301 Willow Lane, Chevy Chase
    • Saturday, Feb. 4 and Saturday, Feb. 25, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Marilyn J. Praisner Community Recreation Center, 14906 Old Columbia Pike, Burtonsville.
    • Feb. 1 – March 15, Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m., Friday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Potomac Community Recreation Center, 11315 Falls Road, Potomac
    • Saturday, Feb. 11 and Saturday, March 4, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Once collected, the items will be dry cleaned and displayed in a special formal boutique that will be held at Praisner Community Recreation Center. Any high school student, just by showing their school I.D. card, will be able to “shop the racks” and select one for free from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on April 15.

Praisner’s Project Prom Dress seeks to eliminate the financial obstacle of attending prom, which turns out to be, for many students, one of the most memorable days of high school. WPGC 95.5 FM is co-sponsoring the event.


Per Westfield Montgomery: Westfield Montgomery is celebrating the Lunar New Year Jan. 22 and 29 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. marking the Chinese New Year with celebrations hosted in partnership with the Chinese Culture and Community Service Center (CCACC). Westfield Montgomery presents a series of well-designed and prepared cultural performances, including traditional dragon and lion dances, artisticdemonstrations, martial arts, and more! Along with these performances, the center has been adorned with festive decorations throughout.

All performances and activities occur in Nordstrom wing of the premiere shopping center, on the lower level; and is open to adults and children alike – no rsvp required.

Additionally, Fangyan (also located in Nordstrom wing) is offering 15% off on Jan. 22 and 29 in celebration of the holiday.

“Westfield Montgomery, in partnership with CCACC, has created two exhilarating celebrations to commemorate the year of the rabbit,” said Zeina Davis, Director of Marketing for Westfield Montgomery. “Collaborating with such important diverse local partners is truly what community means to us – and we hope to bring a sense of this time-honored tradition to the center and all of our customers.”



About Westfield Montgomery

Westfield Montgomery is a 1.1-million-square-foot flagship shopping center located just minutes from Washington D.C. right off interstate 270 in Montgomery County, Maryland. The center is the retail destination of choice for communities in Bethesda, Potomac, and Chevy Chase and across the wider region. The center is currently home to such top brands such as Nordstrom, Zara, Lululemon, Lilly Pulitzer, Vineyard Vines, FableticsKiehl’s, Sephora, Urban Outfitters, LEGO, J.Jill, Nespresso, Madewell, Stuart Weitzman, Bonobos, Tesla, Tommy Bahama, Apple and the critically acclaimed Lucky Strike gastropub / bowling alley concept. Westfield Montgomery is also home to popular restaurants and eateries like The Cheesecake Factory, Shake Shack and CAVA. Moving into the future, Westfield Montgomery will be transformed from a traditional shopping center into a completely reimagined city center encompassing best-in-class residential, retail, office, co-working, health and wellness, restaurant, entertainment, hotel, and recreational offerings.


The annual event brings together advocates, allies, policymakers and emerging leaders to empower, engage and mobilize Marylanders around issues affecting women and girls. Attendees will hear from, and engage with, members of the Maryland General Assembly, community leaders and representatives of organizations that advance the status of women and girls.

The opening session, “Women Who Empower Through Advocacy,” will include Adrianna Hopkins, a news anchor from WJLA ABC 7.  She will serve as the moderator of a panel that includes:

  • Virginia Kase Solomón, CEO, League of Women Voters
  • DeAnna Hoskins, CEO, JustLeadershipUSA
  • Susan Jin Davis, Social Impact Officer, Al Roker Entertainment

Their national viewpoints will provide a unique perspective of how empowerment looks throughout the United States and how advocacy can lead to a career in many fields.

“This year’s Women’s Legislative Briefing theme is ‘Empowered Women Defend Democracy.’ This important message comes at a crucial time as we encourage civic action to support solutions and protections for issues affecting women and girls,” said County Executive Marc Elrich. “We know that empowered women can change laws, policies and represent us in office. Last year, Montgomery County voters elected its first-ever female majority to our County Council and I look forward to serving the next four years with all of these new members. Together, along with the Women’s Commission, we are going to ensure that Montgomery County is a place where all women and girls can be supported and thrive.”

Following the opening panel discussion, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in breakout sessions focused on how empowered women and girls can influence critical legislation and policies to protect, access and secure women’s right to health care, public safety, economic justice and education.

An important component of the WLB is its signature Emerging Leaders sessions for middle and high schoolers. The interactive workshops focus on civic engagement and pathways to leadership for young women and men. This year’s topics include “Feeling Safe Everywhere: Home, School, Community” and “How to Express My Mental Health.” Students may earn up to three Student Service Learning hours by participating in the program.

Major sponsors supporting the event include AARP Maryland, Kaiser Permanente, The Universities at Shady Grove and Montgomery College. Approximately 50 community organizations also are supporting the event.

To participate in the Women’s Legislative Briefing, register at the WLB website.

For more information, call 240-777-8300 or visit the CFW website. Follow the event using the hashtag #MoCoWLB via Twitter and Facebook.

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There will be a community Chanukah Celebration tonight at the Pike District’s Banneker Street Pop-up Park on Grand Park Ave in North Bethesda (green space behind the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel) beginning at 6pm.  The event will feature fire dancing, Menorah lighting, and a gelt hunt.
“Six Jewish organizations in North Bethesda will partner to host a Chanukah Celebration complete with a showcase of Fire Dancing, Fire Eating, Fire Breathing, Menorah Lighting, and a Gelt Hunt. This is the third year for the event held in the Pike District. The Chanukah Celebration is open to the public.”
WHAT:  Community Chanukah Celebration with a menorah lighting fire show
WHO: Aish Center of Greater Washington
  • Alef Bet Montessori School
Chabad Israeli Center
  • Chabad of Rockville
  • Ezras Israel Congregation
  • Magan David Sephardic Congregation
WHERE:   The Pike District’s Banneker Street Pop-up Park, Grand Park Ave, North Bethesda, MD 20852 (green space behind the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel
WHEN:   Wednesday, December 21 at 6:00 pm
Run of show for this evening:
6:00 Fire dancing pre-show
6:05 Introduction and Rabbi Frankel for Dvar Torah
6:08 Introduce the Fire artists for a 15 min Fire Show
6:23 Chazan Liran Pre Menorah Lighting Signing
6:25 Menorah lighting
6:27 Introduce Alef Bet
6:30 Gelt Hunt with Dreidel Man
6:35 Five min Fire Show Finale
6:40 Goodbyes and Thank yous
PARKING:        Free parking in the Marriott parking garage

Per Imagination Stage: Imagination Stage™, the metro DC region’s largest professional theatre for children, continues the run of its hit rock musical Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: the Rock Experience during the winter holiday week, with many matinees from December 26-December 31. The show is based on Mo Willems’ best-selling 2009 picture book Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed and is best for ages 4+.

To dress or not to dress, that is the question for the naked mole rat colony when clothes suddenly fall from the sky. Through a series of witty, silly, tuneful rock songs–sung and played by a live band–the colony opts for tolerance, letting each mole choose whether to dress or remain unclothed. How do they celebrate? With a naked mole rat fashion how!

Willems has written the script and lyrics, and Deborah Wicks La Puma is composer, and Kathryn Chase Bryer, Imagination Stage’s Associate Artistic Director, directs a cast of versatile professional actor/musicians.

Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed runs through January 8; holiday week matinees are 11:00 and 2:00 on weekdays, and 1:00 and 4:00 on weekends. See the full schedule on our website.  Tickets are $12 – $36 (group rates available) and may be purchased online at or by phone at 301-280-1660.  Members of the media: for more information or to schedule an interview, contact Laurie Levy-Page at 301-280-1642 or [email protected]


Founded 43 years ago, Imagination Stage is a holistic theatre arts organization for all children and youth. Through award-winning professional theatre, arts education, and community-based theatre programming, the organization helps children and young people develop a deep appreciation of theatre arts, while building a sense of self and social understanding. Based in Bethesda, MD, its programming serves children and families throughout the DMV.


Below is a list of ten of our favorite things to do in Montgomery County during the holiday season. Did we leave any of your favorites out? Let us know in the comment section!

10. Holiday Street Fest & Fireworks at Rio

Date: Saturday, December 10
Time: 1-7pm
Location:  Grand Corner Avenue in Gaithersburg
“1-5 PM: Join us on Grand Corner Ave (from Dick’s Sporting Goods to Barnes & Noble) for a Holiday Street Fest presented by Novavax!

  • Festive Music, Artisan Market, Pop Up Bar, S’mores Lounge, Wreath Making Workshop, Family Activities & More!

5-7 PM: The festivities continue on the Boardwalk Stage (By Guapo’s) with a DJ, Games/Prizes and a Pop Up Bar!
6:45 PM: Enjoy a Dazzling Fireworks show over the lake!*  Perfect viewing all along the Boardwalk and Fire Lounge.

Adults ages 21+ can indulge in a festive and boozy holiday beverage and light bites at the following pop-up bars:

  • True Food Kitchen: Grand Corner Ave,1-5 pm
  • Dave & Busters: Boardwalk Stage, 5-7 pm
  • Nando’s ‘Deck the Bar’ (on their patio), 5-7 pm
    * Please note: The playground and portion of the lake path will close prior to the fireworks display.

Pro Tip! Parking is free and plentiful at rio – beat the crowds and park in the garages near Kohl’s and Target!

Firework show will be visible throughout the lakefront and last approximately five minutes. There are plenty viewing options throughout rio –  along the Boardwalk, on Restaurant Patios, Fire Lounge, etc.!

9. The Garden of Lights at Brookside Gardens

Date: Now through January 1, 2023 (Closed December 24-25)
Time: 5:30pm to 9:30pm nightly
Location: 1800 Glenallan Avenue, Wheaton

The Garden of Lights display transforms Brookside Gardens into a magical winter wonderland. Stroll through the one-half mile, outdoor, walk-through exhibit and enjoy the twinkling lights and glimmering one-of-a-kind displays adorning the flowerbeds and grounds throughout the 50-acre horticultural gem in Wheaton.
Event information:

  • Tickets are $10 per person(opens in a new tab), age five and older, and are only available to purchase online at
  • Every person five and older must have a ticket.
  • Tickets are timed entry with a specific day and entrance time for your arrival.
  • Please print a hard copy of your digital tickets to bring with you to the event.
  • You must arrive within thirty minutes of your ticketed time slot to redeem your ticket.
  • Tickets are non-refundable.
  • Garden of Lights is an outdoor, rain or shine event. Please dress accordingly.

8. Ice Skating at Rockville Town Square

Date: Now through March
Time: Sun 10am-10pm, Mon through Thurs 12pm-10pm, Fri 12pm-11pm, Sat 10am-11pm
Location: 131 Gibbs St, Rockville
The ice-skating rink at Rockville Town Square opens to the general public every year in November. Reservations are required and are available two weeks in advance. You will need to reserve your arrival time. Non-skaters who wish to enter the fenced rink area are also required to pay admission and need to make reservations as well. Click here for more information on pricing, holiday hours, group rates, events and lessons.
“At 7,200 square feet and 120 feet long, the rink is the largest outdoor rink in Montgomery County and has been an annual winter attraction for more than a decade.”

7. Holiday Lights in the Town of Poolesville

Location:  19721 Beall St, Poolesville
Make the trek to Poolesville this December and see the fantastic light display in front of Town Hall. The official tree lighting event took place on December 2 and the lights will be displayed nightly throughout the month. While in Pooleville, grab dinner at one of the great local restaurants like Basset’s or Cugini’s. Visit for more information.

6. ‘The Nutcracker’ Presented by the Rockville Civic Ballet
Date: Saturdays, Dec. 3 and 10; Sundays, Dec. 4 and 11.
Time: 2pm & 7pm
Location:  603 Edmonston Dr, Rockville
Tickets cost $17; $13, children 12 and younger and seniors 60 and older.
“Join Clara on her magical journey. Directed by Eleanor Simpson and Erin Kwong. The Rockville Civic Ballet consists of 85 adult and children dancers. Since 1974, the company has annually performed the Nutcracker. The company also annually performs spring and summer production. Learn more about the Rockville Civic Ballet at”



Montgomery County is home to several great craft breweries, many of which offer heated tents, patios, and yurts during the winter. Lone Oak Farm Brewing Company at 5000 Olney Laytonsville Rd in Olney offers comfy tents that include a private server will that deliver anything you order off the Lone Oak menu – right to your tent! Visit for more information and pricing.

Waredaca Brewing at 4017 Damascus Rd in Gaithersburg is all about the yurts! Yurts are set for groups of 10 with room to accommodate more guests if you double up or reserve additional tables. They are heated and can be purchased with additional amenities like a fire pit, s’mores kit and pre-ordered food. Reservations are for two hours and start at $65! Book yours online today at! For more information, and to make a reservation, visit

4. The Olney Farmers & Artist Market

Every Sunday
Time: 9am-1pm
Location:  2801 Olney Sandy Spring Rd, Olney
The Olney Farmers & Artist Market is one of the only markets in Montgomery County that is open year round. Here you will find traditional market staples like produce, baked goods, flowers, as well as dozens of local artists selling everything from hand-carved cutting boards, scarves, mittens, hats, face masks to stained glass and bird-themed wallets. During the holiday season there are vendors selling fresh cut Christmas trees and wreaths.

“The Market runs year-round, rain or shine, from 9 am to 1 pm. We’re located on the Medstar Hospital Thrift Shop site, at 108 and Prince Philip Drive. There’s plenty of parking, both in the lot adjacent to the Market along 108 and opposite the Thrift Shop on Prince Philip. Special provisions for disabled customers. Anyone elderly or disabled will be able to park closer in. If you’d like to make arrangements in advance, call 202 257 5326.”

3. The Jingle Lounge at Montgomery Mall

The festive Jingle Lounge, located on the lower level next to Lego, opened on November 21st. “Westfield Montgomery invites guests for a full lineup of festive activities including live holiday music, complimentary cocktails with purchase popups prepared by Cocktail Curations, and holiday arts and crafts by the center’s new non-profit arts center, Creative Outlets and Lego.” Schedule of events below:
Sunday, December 4th from 11 am to 1 pm | Holiday Craft and build with Lego and Creative Outlets Arts Center
Friday, December 9th from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM | Holiday Music with the 42nd Street Carolers
Sunday, December 11th from 11 am to 1 pm | Holiday Craft and build with Lego and Creative Outlets Arts Center
Friday, December 16th from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM | Holiday Music with Keyboardist Jordan Mills
Saturday, December 17th from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Sip with Purchase event! Spend $75 at any Westfield Montgomery store and redeem for a complimentary holiday cocktail or mocktail.
Sunday, December 18th from 11 am to 1 pm | Holiday Craft and build with Lego and Creative Outlets Arts Center
Friday, December 23rd from 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM | Holiday Music with the 42nd Street Carolers

2. ‘Festival of Lights’ at the Washington D.C. Temple

Date: Now through January 2, 2023
Time: Dusk to 9pm
Location: 9900 Stoneybrook Dr, Kensington

The annual Festival of Lights at the Washington D.C. Temple returned this year after the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints cancelled the display in 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns and to focus on the temple’s open house and rededication, which took place this past spring.
“It’s that time of the year again! Mark your calendars because the Festival of Lights is coming back this Christmas! Bring your friends and family and make some memories!

1. Winter Lights Festival in Gaithersburg

Date: Now through December 31(Closed December 25)
Time: Sun-Thurs 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Fri & Sat 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Location: 11950 Clopper Road, Gaithersburg

“The City of Gaithersburg’s Winter Lights Festival is getting ready to welcome visitors for another spectacular season. The wondrous display of lights at Seneca Creek State Park will be open nightly November 25 through December 31. The festival is closed on December 25 and last entry for December 24 & 31 is 8:30 p.m. The 3.5 mile drive through the enchanted setting of Seneca Creek State Park takes you past more than 450 illuminated displays and beautifully lit trees that light up the night. The park is located at 11950 Clopper Road, conveniently accessible from I-270.  Advanced purchase of tickets is required and one ticket is required per vehicle and pricing/additional information can be seen below:

  • Monday – Thursday: $15
  • Friday – Sunday: $25
  • 15+ Passenger Vehicles: $30

Before you leave your home:

  • Check traffic to estimate your wait time. WTOP provides traffic updates and WAZE & Apple Maps provide estimated travel times.
  • Make sure you have plenty of fuel in your gas tank.
  • Bring a car phone charger, especially for mobile ticketholders.
  • Use the restroom before leaving home; port-a-johns are located just beyond the park entrance & in the admissions booth loop.
  • Bring snacks & drinks, or grab dinner on the way to enjoy in your vehicle.

During your trip to the Festival:

  • Arrive early & as close to 5:30 p.m. as possible.
  • Follow all traffic laws; do not block intersections.
  • Have your tickets ready as soon as you enter the park.

During your visit:

  • For your own safety & to keep traffic moving, do NOT exit your vehicle and do NOT stop along the route.
  • Tune in to 97.1 WASH FM for holiday music.
  • Enjoy this special holiday memory with your loved ones. Happy Holidays!

Per the City of Rockville:
Winter Jubilee Welcomes in the Holidays
Celebrate the season with interactive merriment at the Winter Jubilee, at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre and Social Hall, 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17.
Get your pictures taken with costumed characters, including balloon-twisting elves. Play games in the theater lobby. Have your face painted and create your own art with fun crafts projects in the social hall. Admission for children is $6 for residents, $8 for nonresidents. Adults 18 and older are free.
Preregister with course #20611 at

Rockville Civic Ballet Presents ‘The Nutcracker’
2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, Dec. 3 and 10; 2 p.m. Sundays, Dec. 4 and 11. Tickets cost $17; $13, children 12 and younger and seniors 60 and older.
Join Clara on her magical journey. Directed by Eleanor Simpson and Erin Kwong. Learn more about the Rockville Civic Ballet at
Assigned seat tickets are available for purchase, by phone, in-person or at

Glenview Mansion Art Gallery
The Rockville Art League Juried Members’ Winter Show will feature varied media, Sunday, Dec. 4-Friday, Jan. 13. Meet the artists from 1:30-3:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4.
Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. The gallery is closed on official city holidays.

Rockville Concert Band Presents ‘Holiday Themes’
3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18. No tickets required; $5 suggested donation.
Some of the most beloved themes of the merry holidays, directed by Juan Gallastegui.

Rockville Chorus Presents ‘Celebration of Light’
7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 18. No tickets required but donations are greatly appreciated.
Directed by Linda Garrettson. Learn more about the chorus at
Buy tickets online and learn more about performances and events at Rockville Civic Center Park: Visit; call 240-314-8690; or visit the box office, 2-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. For more info, email [email protected].


The annual Festival of Lights at the Washington D.C. Temple (9900 Stoneybrook Dr) in Kensington will run from December 1, 2022 to January 2, 2023, including Christmas and New Year’s Day. The lights will be turned on nightly from dusk until 9pm and additional details for the festival will be released in the upcoming weeks.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints cancelled the Festival of Lights in 2021 due to COVID-19 concerns and to focus on the temple’s open house and rededication, which took place this past spring.

From the DC Temple’s Visitors Center Facebook:
“It’s that time of the year again! Mark your calendars because the Festival of Lights is coming back this Christmas! Bring your friends and family and make some memories!

When: December 1, 2022- January 2, 2023
Where: 9900 Stoneybrook Drive Kensington, MD
Contact 301-587-0144 for more information or send us a message!



Per Montgomery County: Every family member must be considered during the holidays and Montgomery Parks will enable dog owners to have outing with their pets at its free “Holiday Barket’ from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. at Cabin John Region Park in Bethesda. Cabin John Regional Park is located 7400 Tuckerman Lane in Bethesda. The event will be held in the picnic area across from the park’s train station. The Barket will be an opportunity for dog owners and their pets to explore a handful of small local businesses and outdoor activities. Gifts and accessories for pets will be available from vendors. Food also will be available for dog owners.

The event will include music by local band Capital Effect at the amphitheater stage. There will be a craft station where creativity can lead to making a keepsake of a pet’s paw print. There also will be an opportunity to stop by the photobooth and get a picture of your canine with the Grinch. The PetConnect Rescue will be at the event and to tell about their adoption efforts and services—in case a future addition would be right for attendees. PetConnect is an animal welfare organization dedicated to saving dogs and cats at high risk of euthanasia. They are committed to ensuring a highly positive rescue experience for adopters and to raising awareness of the plight of abandoned animals through community education.

The Cabin John Regional Park Dog Park is right across the lane from the Holiday Barket. Dogs must be leashed at the event, but at the dog park, they can be let loose to meander, run and explore. The nearby Cabin John Trail will provide an opportunity for a scenic walk. The trail includes a loop around the event from the parking lot off Tuckerman Lane to the parking lot off Westlake Drive.  Additional details on the Holiday Barket are available at Holiday Barket – Montgomery Parks.


Per the City of Takoma Park: The Takoma Park Volunteer Fire Department and the Takoma Park Police Department are teaming up again for the annual toy drive. Donations are appreciated in the form of a new and unwrapped toy or gift cards.
Toys/gift cards can be dropped off at:

  • Takoma Park Volunteer Fire Department
    7201 Carroll Avenue
    Takoma Park, MD 20912
  • Takoma Park Police Department
    7500 Maple Avenue
    Takoma Park, MD 20912

The toy drive will run from November 21, 2022, to December 20, 2022.
Takoma Park Families:
If you would like to receive toys/gifts for your family, the request forms are attached here in EnglishSpanish, and Amharic.
Please return the form in ONE of three ways:

  • You can click the link above, and it will automatically be sent to Lt. Williams.
  • You can click the link above, print out the form, fill in the information, and scan and email it to Lt. Williams at [email protected].
  • You can click the link above, print out the form, fill in the information, and hand it in in person to Lt. Williams at the Takoma Park Police Department, 7500 Maple Avenue, Takoma Park, Maryland.

Thank you for your generosity!




Per Montgomery Parks: Montgomery Parks(opens in a new tab), part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, announces its first Holiday Barket, a dog-themed holiday market, on December 3, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cabin John Regional Park. The event will feature dog-friendly accessories and gifts from a handful of local businesses, representatives from community pet service agencies and concessions for purchase.

PetConnect, an animal welfare organization that focuses on saving dogs and cats at high risk of euthanasia, will be attending to share about their adoption efforts and services. There will be musical entertainment with Capital Effect and other activities such as a photoshoot with the Grinch, a pawprint keepsake craft, and recreational opportunities at the dog park and Cabin John Trail.

WHAT:         Montgomery Parks’ Holiday Barket

WHEN:         December 3, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

WHERE:       Cabin John Regional Park, 7400 Tuckerman Lane, Bethesda, MD 20817

WHY:            Shop for unique gifts and enjoy holiday activities with your precious pooch at a fun, festive, and informative event where both pet owners and their dogs are welcome.

View the Holiday Barket preview video here.

About Montgomery Parks
Montgomery Parks manages more than 37,000 acres of parkland, consisting of 421 parks. Montgomery Parks is a department of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a bi-county agency established in 1927 to steward public land. M-NCPPC has been nationally recognized for its high-quality parks and recreation services and is regarded as a national model by other parks systems. in a new tab)

Montgomery Parks, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, encourages and supports the participation of individuals with disabilities. Please contact the Program Access Office at 301-495-2581 (Voice/TTY), MD Relay 7-1-1 or 800-552-7724 or [email protected](opens in a new tab) to request a disability modification. Visit Montgomery Parks Accessibility(opens in a new tab) for more information.



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