Hyattsville Zombie Run, Family Art Day in Langley Park, Clowns without Borders in Mount Rainier, Fall Festival in Upper Marlboro, College Park Day and more inside Route One Fun’s latest Kids Weekend Guide!
We know we talked about Red Onion Records possibly opening its Hyattsville doors here in 2018 and here earlier this year, but nigh’s the time to let the angels rejoice because Red Onion Records is now open! And with a sweet, sweet front door / windows styled by Hyattsville’s own artist and designer, Betsy Martin!
Have a hankering for shrimp and grits? How about chicken and waffles? Well, keep your eyes on A Place To Walk To because this new comfort food restaurant is opening soon in Hyattsville’s University Town Center!
As will come as no surprise to Route One Fun readers, the Route 1 corridor is full of great communities for folks of all ages to live and call “home.” With its variety in housing stock and active aging-in-place programs like Hyattsville Aging in Place, Helping Hands University Park and Greenbelt’s Aging in Place, you may often find older friends and relatives inquiring about searching for an age-friendly home after visiting our wonderful area! Take a look below for some helpful tips when searching for an age-friendly home as well as sample of nearby homes well-suited for aging-in-place.
Lovely weather to enjoy live music outdoors in College Park or explore the outdoors in Laurel. Inside’s got true, moving stories about homelessness in Mount Rainier, multi-media art exhibit in Hyattsville & more. Read on, Route 1 buds!
Route 1 Kids Weekend Guide is up! Will it be Ballet in College Park, Open Gym in Mount Rainier, Elephant & Piggie play at Glen Echo, Music Together Class in Hyattsville, Hill Center’s Family Day or – read on for more options!