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How to Jump-Start Your New Year's Reading Resolution

Jump-Start Your New Year’s Reading Resolution

It's not too late to create a new reading habit in 2021.
Montgomery College Welcomes Amanda Gorman

Montgomery College Welcomes Amanda Gorman

The star of President Joe Biden's inauguration will read her poetry and discuss issues facing today's youth with Montgomery College President Dr. DeRionne Pollard.

Montgomery County Public Libraries to Offer Free Conflict Resolution Workshops

The Peace by Peace series, a partnership with the Conflict Resolution Center of Montgomery County, will explore the meaning of conflict and the different ways individuals react to it.
How to Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

9 Ways to Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day

From online events to donation opportunities, here's how to honor the legacy of the civil rights activist on this national day of service.
Great Uncle Harvey by Gabi Mendick at "Makers Among Us" exhibit

Sandy Spring Museum Reopens to the Public

New exhibit showcases artwork by up-and-coming artists.
Cookbook selections

Four Cookbook Recommendations for When You’re Feeling Uninspired in the Kitchen

Get cooking with these cookbook selections from Montgomery County Public Libraries.
Montgomery County Active Aging Week

Montgomery County Promotes Active Aging with Weeklong Celebration

Residents are invited to participate in free health and wellness activities virtually during Active Aging Week
ARTINA 2020 Sunburst

Lighting the Way to a Sustainable Future

Whether you're craving culture or just need some fresh air, Sandy Spring Museum’s new exhibit, "ARTINA 2020: LIGHT: A Sculptural Solar Dance," is the...
Hannah Oliver Depp, owner of Loyalty Bookstores in Silver Spring and DC

A Boost in Business at Loyalty Bookstores

The fate of the Black-owned bookstore in Silver Spring was uncertain at the start of COVID-19. Then the demand for books about race and social justice skyrocketed.
Author Ellen Oh talks about her nonprofit We Need Diverse Books

Q&A: Ellen Oh, Author and Co-founder of We Need Diverse Books

Tired of seeing a lack of Asian representation in kid lit, the Bethesda author began writing her own children's books.