Need to get some work done but could use a change of scenery? Then Route One Fun reader Kate G. has a recommendation for you: Drive to your local PGCMLS parking lot – where free, drive-up WiFi is available 24/7! And if you happen to go to the New Carrollton branch, the tall trees and green fields will have you feeling relaxed before you even send your first email. Thanks for the tip, Kate!
Local History Buffs: Laurel Museum Reopens June 26
Dig local history? Then put a visit to the Laurel Museum on your list! The free museum reopens for in-person visits this Saturday, June 26th at noon with updated exhibits sharing Laurel’s history as well as its social justice work. And while you’re in Laurel, why not check out some lovely small businesses in this city, including divine coffee at Sip at C Street Flats followed by a visit to the Laurel Public Library (and its amazing kids room). Still got more energy? Take a walk/run along Laurel’s Riverfront Park, which is right behind Sip. You’re welcome!
6/7-15: Free COVID-19 Vaccines for PGCPS Students & Families
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.
Help Gymkana w/ “Reload the Truck” Fundraiser
A dear Route One Fun reader and Gymkana fan reached out to ask for our help getting the word out about the local gymnastics treasure. “What word?”; you ask? Well, the word that Gymkana is going through it right now and is asking for our help.
PGCMLS’ Curbside Pickup is Back!
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.
Spread the Word: $25K Grants for Prince George’s County’s Restaurants
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!
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