Heads-up to our fellow PGCPS families: Free COVID-19 Vaccines for PGCPS students (ages 12+) & their families at select high schools from Monday, June 7 through Tuesday, June 15th.
We learned two important things when doing a curbside pickup at the Hyattsville Branch Library earlier this week: (1) The current (temporary) location will be closing next Saturday (5/29); and the new location is slated to open up towards the end of summer (so late August/early September). Exciting!
It’s time to register your child for pre-k and kindergarten at PGCPS! Curious about kindergarten at Hyattsville Elementary School? Well, you’re in luck! Our latest post shares registration information, a peek at the steller kindergarten teachers at HES and points of contact should you have any questions.
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.