There’s still time to register for summer programs, including summer camps, for teens and kids.
Camps are open to city residents and nonresidents age 3-16 with single and multi-week options. Camps run through Sept. 1 and spaces are still available. Summer Blast, Rockville’s traditional all-day, all summer camp for ages 5-11 will run until Aug. 11 at Richie Park, College Gardens and Lakewood elementary schools, until Aug. 18 at Twinbrook Community Recreation Center, and the weeks of Aug. 14 and 21 for Extended Summer Blast at Elwood Smith Recreation Center.
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and Teens this Summer!”
Rockville’s free outdoor “Movies in the Parks” on the big screen return to neighborhood parks throughout the city on Wednesdays in August.
Continue reading “Four Weeks of Free, Family-Friendly ‘Movies in the Parks’”
Beginning in July, users will be able to sign up for accounts on Rec1, the new registration system for booking facilities and signing up for programs, classes and events from the City of Rockville’s Recreation and Parks Department.
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Frank Sinatra, Johnny Cash and Dean Martin are among the characters who will help open Glenview Mansion Art Gallery’s July-August exhibition’s opening reception — in the person of impersonator Billy Finch and his act, “Legends.”
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Music Feature at Gallery Openings”
Operational changes are coming to Rockville’s skate park, July 1. Two of the most significant are to the facility’s hours of operation and helmet policy. Continue reading “Skate Park Hours, Helmet Policy to Change”
Look out for the fall recreation guide, “Rockville Life,” from the City of Rockville, due out Aug. 1. Continue reading “New Recreation Guide Due Out Aug. 1”
Registration for adult sports leagues is open until Sept. 7 for a slew of activities to keep you healthy, involved and moving throughout fall.
Men’s softball, men’s basketball and women’s volleyball leagues are open for play, as well as co-rec soccer 7s, co-rec reverse softball and co-rec volleyball. Most leagues begin games in September (men’s softball begins the week of Aug. 21). The city’s Sports Division maintains a list of individual players for teams that need to complete their rosters.
Deadlines to register are: Soccer 7s: Aug. 25; men’s basketball: Sept. 7; men’s softball: Aug 3; co-rec softball: Aug. 21; co-rec volleyball: Aug 21; women’s volleyball: Aug 21.
Find out more by calling 240-314-8620, emailing email@example.com or visiting www.rockvillemd.gov/recreation/sports.
“On second thought, let’s not go to Camelot. It is a silly place.”
Immortal words from the iconic movie, “The Holy Grail,” will be heard in Rockville in July with Rockville Musical Theatre’s production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” coming soon to the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre.
Continue reading “Journey from ‘Spamalot’ to ‘Almost,
Maine’ at the F. Scott Theater”
The city’s Rocktobierfest celebration will be held from noon-6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 7 in Rockville Town Center.
The free festival, which will coincide with the visit of a delegation from Pinneberg, Germany to mark 60 years as Rockville’s sister city, will feature local breweries and two stages of music, including the Rockville German Band, the German polka of Mike Surratt and The Continentals, and eclectic cover tunes by Vinyl Rhino. Continue reading “Save the Date: Rocktobierfest is Oct. 7”
A zoning ordinance amendment to allow breweries and distilleries in Rockville will be under discussion at a July 10 meeting of the Mayor and Council.
The amendment, if approved, would allow full production of alcoholic beverages in light and heavy industrial zones, and in the mixed-use employment zone. Limited production, such as micro-breweries and micro-distilleries, could also take place in mixed-use business, mixed-use transit district, mixed-use corridor district and mixed-use employment district zones.
Continue reading “Brewing Zoning and APFS on Agenda”