Check it out! College Park’s JTCC is offering FREE, online Zoom tennis classes for kids ages 3 and up! These 40-minute classes are held via Zoom so kids can participate, learn about tennis and practice their skills all in the comfort of their own home / driveway! Read on for more on this great way to keep the kids active during these times. 🙂
Another great way to show your support for essential workers and give back to our local communities and put some lovely art in your yard = SoHy Co-op’s “Thank You” yard sign! This beautiful collaboration between SoHy Co-op and local artist Clara Cornelius produces a sign that celebrates Maryland flora and thanks for our essential workers all while raising funds for our community via the Hyattsville COVID-19 Pandemic Relief Fund.
Heard about Yard Peeps? It’s a colorful yard sign thanking our essential workers and raising money for local families in need. Mount Rainier’s own Rajni S.L. tells us more about this great effort and how we can get our hands on these colorful signs.
Love Vigilante Coffee but can’t always make it to Roastery or Cafe – especially right now? Then this post is for you!
Did you know that for the price of what you would pay for a bag of decent specialty coffee beans at say Whole Foods (not talking about Allegro; you can keep that dirty secret to yourself), you can have a bag of ethically and sustainably sourced coffee beans, hand-selected by Chris Vigilante himself, packaged in an environmentally responsible way and delivered right to your front door – even if that’s in Vermont – all while supporting a local small business who we all love and want to see thrive to infinity and beyond?!
Read more as we spill the beans on Vigilante Coffee’s subscription service in Route One Fun’s latest post!
Friday grocery store update time! Based on feedback on yesterdays’ post, seems that most grocery stores are returning back to relative normal in terms of inventory – which is great! Some sliding on the social distancing – which is not great.
Thursday grocery store update time! Folks have requested info on where you see paper goods, i.e. paper towels and toilet paper as well as meats (separate from paper 😂). Please share your grocery store insights in the comments below. Doing so will help your friends, neighbors and maybe even frenemies 😉 decide where to go / avoid during these Covid-19 times. Thank you!