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.
Hyattsville’s Mall at Prince George’s is reopening starting Tuesday, June 30th. Limited hours and accessibility. And wear your face mask!
Yahoo! PGCMLS will be reopening soon! Specifically, the library will be reopen in four phases, with the first phase being curbside service beginning July 21st. Read on for more information on this great news!
Hot off the presses: The Prince George’s County Memorial Public Library System just announced “the addition of free digital access to The Washington Post, The New York Times, and 27 popular magazines” (like The Atlantic, Essence, Ranger Rick, Eating Well, Scientific American, Consumer Reports and more)!
TOWN CENTER MARKET IS OPENING ITS PATIO ON MONDAY! That’s all the information I have right now! Happy Friday!
On a more serious note, while I don’t have any more information on this just yet, Town Center Market did share that there are currently ironing out the seating rules and service guidelines ahead of Monday’s opening. So stay tuned to the Town Center Market website for more details!
Many Route One Fun readers have been asking for information on local goodwill / thrift stores that are currently accepting donations. Up until today, we really didn’t have any word on such aside from a tip about Value Village in Adelphi accepting donations – which later turned out to not be the case (per email from store).
This morning, however, we received word that Salvation Army on Kenilworth Ave in Hyattsville is reopening this Saturday, May 30th, 9am-5pm and is accepting donations (as well as scheduling appointments for furniture donation pickups).