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At the F. Scott Theater: A Shipboard Romp, Singalong, Videogame Music and a Knight’s Tale

“Anything Goes,” presented by Rockville Musical Theatre, is a hilarious shipboard romp, wrapped around one of Cole Porter’s most magical scores. It’s delightful, delicious and de-lovely! Directed by Dana Robinson, musical direction by Stuart Weich and choreography by Hayley North.

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City’s Water Quality Receives High Marks for Safety

Lead and Copper Monitoring Produces Good Results

Rockville’s drinking water continues to be safe, the city’s Department of Public Works said in the Annual Drinking Water Quality Report, released June 29.

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Swim Center to Close for Annual Cleaning and Maintenance

The Rockville Swim and Fitness Center is gearing up for its annual August spruce up.

Indoor facilities will be temporarily closed for cleaning and repairs during August and the start of September.

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City Wish List for Federal Aid: Metro, Police and Infrastructure

Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton, Councilmember Mark Pierzchala and city staff took the following requests for federal support to a June 6 meeting with the city’s congressional delegation in Washington, D.C.:

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New Rockville Rewards Cards On Sale Aug. 1

Save money while supporting your community with Rockville Rewards discount cards.

Nonprofits sell Rockville Rewards cards and keep 100 percent of the proceeds to support scholarships, homeless shelters and free medical clinics.

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Enjoy Smoke-Free Dining and Drinking Outside in Rockville

The summer weather is finally here and these warm evenings are the perfect excuse for a meal outside at one of Rockville’s restaurants and bars. Even better, that experience will be smoke free at outdoor serving areas.

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Most City Facilities Closed July Fourth

City Hall and the following city facilities will be closed Wednesday, July 4, for Independence Day: Lincoln Park, Thomas Farm and Twinbrook community centers; the Rockville Senior Center; Croydon Creek Nature Center; Glenview Mansion, including the mansion’s art gallery; and F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre and its box office.

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Celebrate a Fabulous Fourth with Fireworks in King Farm

A Rockville tradition, the Independence Day celebration, returns to King Farm on Wednesday, July 4.


GET THERE
What:  Independence Day Celebration
When:  Wednesday, July 4, 7-9:30 p.m.
Where: Mattie J.T. Stepanek Park, 1800 Piccard Drive


Hosted by the Mayor and Council, the celebration is held annually at the 26-acre Mattie J.T. Stepanek Park, 1800 Piccard Drive, in King Farm, which offers easy access and ample free parking, with convenient exits within a short walk of fireworks viewing areas.

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Safety and Preparedness at the Rockville Senior Center

Improve your wellness, be better prepared and learn to be safer with free classes for the 60-plus crowd, held July and August at the Rockville Senior Center.

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Apply for CDBG Grants to Help Home Repair Organizations

CDBG Funding Targets Low- and Moderate-Income Housing Providers

Rockville’s Department of Community Planning and Development’s Housing Division will hold a housing providers forum on applying for Community Development Block Grant funding, 9-11:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 10, in the Mayor and Council chambers at City Hall.

The forum will share information on how affordable housing providers can receive CDBG money to pay for repairs to their affordable housing stock. RSVP to attend at bit.ly/housingforum2018.

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