Friday, May 25, 2018

Route One Kids' Weekend Guide: May 25th-27th


Plenty of options for outdoor and indoor fun along Route One in this Kids' Weekend Guide!

Special thanks to the sponsor of this Weekend Guide!

Thursday, May 24, 2018

2018 Memorial Day Events Along Route One Corridor, Prince George's County


Here is an alphabetical list of Memorial Day remembrance ceremonies and events happening in and around the Route One Corridor to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our country:

Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Adults' Weekend Guide: May 24th-27th

Check out (EN)lighted this weekend!
📷 : M-NCPPC

Paddle Night on the Anacostia, Labor Film Fest and a Laborpalooza Music Fest, House Concert for Pyramid featuring Lauren Calve, barre in Magruder Park only to be followed by free community yoga the next day! SO much to get excited about this weekend! 👊

Special thanks to the sponsor of this Weekend Guide! 

#whereamiwednesday

For the second installment of this soon-to-be-beloved-but-not-yet-fully-discovered series, I present you with a picture of this beautifully painted elephant statue which stands in front of the town hall of which lovely town in Prince George's County?


Make your guess in the comments, below! Likewise, if you know any details or more information about this elephant, please share your insight! Or play along over on Facebook or Instagram! 👏

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

The Mount Rainier-in Goats are here!

And the Chicago Cubs did finally beat every team in the league! ⚾ Our world is full circle now, people. 😉 No clue what I'm talking about? Well, the City of Mount Rainier is having some goats visit this week so that they may do their goat-y thang and feast on overgrown vegetation at Rogers Park in Mt. Rainier (4011 Eastern Ave, between Bunker Hill and Shepherd St). Annnddd The Mountain Goats are an Indie Folk band who presciently sang of a time when the Chicago Cubs would "beat every team in the league!" See? Full circle. So much knowledge packed into one paragraph!  You're welcome. 🤣

📸 by Margaret Boozer-Strother