Things To Do

Strathmore's Patio Stage in North Bethesda

Music al Fresco

Strathmore is welcoming back musicians and audiences to its new open-air Patio Stage.

Easy, Breezy Summer Reading

These novels, recommended by Montgomery County Public Libraries, are best enjoyed while relaxing poolside or at the beach.
SkySquad CEO Julie Melnick

Local Mom Making Air Travel Less Stressful for Families and Seniors

Julie Melnick of Bethesda founded SkySquad, an airport concierge service, to help other parents like herself.
"Awake to Racism" by Joann Malone of Takoma Park

Takoma Park Author Reflects on 60 Years of Activism in New Memoir

Joann Malone, a former nun, wrote "Awake to Racism" during the pandemic.
Josiah Henson Museum in Bethesda

New Museum Tells Story of Former Slave and Freedom Fighter Rev. Josiah Henson

Josiah Henson Museum and Parks in Bethesda on the site of the former plantation where Henson was enslaved.
Celebrate Pride With Councilmember Evan Glass

Celebrate Pride Month With Councilmember Evan Glass

The month-long series of events across Montgomery County includes a dog social, author talk and drag brunch.
Where to Pick-Your-Own Berries in Montgomery County

Where to Pick-Your-Own Berries in Montgomery County

You'll find strawberries, blueberries, cherries and more this summer at these three local orchards and farms.
Local Teens Create a Mural Celebrating the Dentzel Carousel’s Centennial

Local Teens Create Mural to Celebrate Dentzel Carousel Centennial

The artwork, which recognizes the carousel's role in the civil rights movement, is collaboration between the Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture and Future History Now.
climate fiction

Explore the World of Climate Fiction

Montgomery County Public Libraries recommends these fiction titles about the impact of environmental issues on human society.
Six Montgomery County Artists Featured in the National Cherry Blossom Festival

Local Artists Featured in National Cherry Blossom Festival Exhibit

The festival's Art in Bloom program, on display through May 31, includes the work of six Montgomery County artists.