Yahoo! PGCMLS has resumed its curbside pickup service! Having access to new (and new-to-us) books has been a Godsend during these COVID-times. While the library’s digital books have remained accessible, there really is nothing like curling up with and turning the pages of an actual book.
With so many of our local and beloved Prince George’s County restaurants struggling right now, we jumped online to ask you all to share this information about the reopening of the County’s Restaurant Resiliency Fund! Between now and this January 22nd, Prince George’s County restaurants can apply for grants up to $25,000. Please share this post with your favorite local restaurant ASAP!
Where are the best pumpkin patches for Route 1 Kids this fall? Route One Fun’s got your answer in our latest 2020 Guide! We’ve even included reader recommendations & savvy tips to help your visit be that much more spooktacular!
PGCPS begins the 2020-21 school year on Monday, August 31st with distance learning for all students. If you’re wondering what school supplies are needed for this fall, here’s the official PGCPS school supplies list here. If you’re curious what additional supplies local parents found helpful to have on hand, then this Back to School Supplies List is for you.
As many know, older adults and those with underlying medical conditions are at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19. If you’d like to learn more about this topic and how to protect yourself/others, then put this Zoom call – COVID-19: It’s Complicated (especially for older adults) – on your calendar and join on August 8th for the helpful conversation.
In case you didn’t know, Prince George’s County Department of Health now offers free COVID-19 testing throughout the county – including 5 locations near the Route 1 corridor. You don’t need an appointment nor a doctor’s note for testing at these sites – and they can accommodate drive-through and walk-up testing for those with or without symptoms.