Calling all fun and creative 6 to 10 year-olds! Check out these three mighty affordable virtual Saturday morning classes with Arts on a Roll’s “Out of the Box” series! Ever tried embroidery? Told a story through homemade puppets? Giggled a morning away clowning ? Well – now’s your chance! $20/class gets you 90-minutes of top notch instruction and all the supplies you need!
Well, looky here: An 8,500 sq. foot “food hall and ghost kitchen” is slated to open this summer at The Station at Riverdale Park. This new spot will feature “9 independent culinary concepts, a sleek wrap-around bar, and indoor/outdoor seating for 175+ guests.
Hyattsville City Council passed a motion at its May 3, 2021 meeting to rename the City’s Magruder Park as David C. Driskell Community Park. This new name honors former Hyattsville resident Dr. David C. Driskell, a preeminent artist, historian, curator, and scholar of African American art.
If you’re a parent or loved one of a kiddo, then chances are you’ve got some extra, unused diapers taking up space in your home. Before you think about throwing them out, though – please, please, please consider donating them to the Greater DC Diaper Drive happening now through Sunday, May 16th at Hyattsville’s Mall at Prince George’s.
Hyattsville’s Caracas de Ayer, originally known as “Cafe Azul,” will soon move and bring its Venezuelan fare to Riverdale Park.
University Park just installed 6 electric car charging stations, in partnership with the Electric Vehicle Institute (EVI). And they’re located on Queens Chapel Road, directly across from University Park Elementary School, in parking spots frequently used by UPES parents during morning drop-off / afternoon pick up of students.