Victorian Lyric Opera Company Presents “The 7th Great Gilbert & Sullivan Sing-Out” The Victorian Lyric Opera Company kicks off its 45th anniversary by giving fans the opportunity to experience and sing through the complete musical scores of all 13 intact operettas across three days, Friday, Sept 1-Sunday, Sept. 3.
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The 27th annual F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival will honor author Jonathan Franzen with the F. Scott Fitzgerald Award for Outstanding Achievement in American Literature. Since 1996, the award has been presented to some of America’s most distinguished writers, including Richard Russo, Annie Proulx, Norman Mailer, Pat Conroy, John Updike,
Rockville’s annual Veterans Day and Memorial Day ceremonies each include a member of the military as a featured speaker.
The Maryland Heritage Areas Authority has awarded the City of Rockville grant funding to study the Avery Road Colored Cemetery and Benjamin Franklin Smith Family Homestead, located within the footprint of today’s Croydon Creek Nature Center and John G. Hayes Forest Preserve.
Rockville is addressing carbon reduction, equity and resiliency through its Climate Action Plan, and community members can play their part by learning about actions to take at home to support the city’s climate goals.
The Chesapeake Bay Trust has awarded Rockville an Urban Trees Award Program grant of $199,930 to plant more than 1,000 trees and 500 shrubs in RedGate Park to reforest the area, as approved in the Mayor and Council’s RedGate Master Plan. The city has until May 1, 2026, to use
City government will be closed Monday, Sept. 4 in observance of Labor Day. City Hall and the following city facilities will be closed: Lincoln Park, Thomas Farm and Twinbrook community centers; the Rockville Senior Center; Croydon Creek Nature Center and the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre and box office, which are
Learn how the railroad changed Montgomery County and explore public art with Peerless Rockville in July and August. Historian Susan C. Soderberg’s illustrated presentation, “From Corn to Commuters: How the Coming of the Railroad Changed the Way of Life and the Future of Montgomery County,” explores how a branch line became
Rockville welcomed Joyce Tian, pictured in the Mayor and Council chambers, winner of the “If I Were Mayor…” essay contest, to City Hall on May 25. Tian, a fourth-grader at Beall Elementary School, earned the right to serve as Rockville’s Mayor for a Day, doing an on-camera interview with Rockville
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Rockville will honor veterans of our nation’s armed forces with a ceremony at 11 a.m. on Veterans Day, Saturday, Nov. 11.
8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 27, 28, Nov. 3, 4, 10, 11; 2 p.m. Sundays, Nov. 5 and 12. Frederick Frankenstein reluctantly inherits his infamous family’s estate in Transylvania. Urged on by a hunchbacked sidekick, Igor, and a leggy
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