College Park’s Numi Yoga’s comin’ into 2020 like a lion, yo! (A very limber lion, of course!) Breathing some fresh movement and meditation classes into your life like Yoga for Larger Bodies, Family Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Chair Yoga, free meditations and more! Want even more to roar about? How about three new tiered pricing options that make Numi’s classes even more accessible to our local communities? Read on to learn more about all the magic happening at Numi Yoga this year!
Why are these folks so happy? Well, probably because local CrossFit superstahs Dre & PJ (along with fitness gurus Vasco and PJ) just announced that they’ll soon be opening their own PG CrossFit in Beltsville! Now for some news to make you smile: You’re all invited to PG CrossFit’s grand opening celebration on Saturday, October […]
Searching for things to do along Prince George’s County’s Route One Corridor this weekend? Well, it’s all in here! Plenty of music options (Ukranian & Folk in College Park, Honky-Tonk in Greenbelt & more!), Book Readings, Rummage Sale, Afro-Beat Zumba Class in Mount Rainier, Mixed Media Arts Workshop, the Itinerant Printer in Hyattsville & more!
Quite a musical weekend indeed! Olivia Mancini and the Mates play at the Listening Room in Brentwood, OSYX and Unring the Bell play at Hyattsville’s Streetcar 82 and Maryland Meadworks hosts a Medievel Music night! College Park’s got a $5 Open Barre class and Mt. Rainier’s opening reception for Integration sounds unique indeed! Friday Along […]
Women’s History Month Beer Class as well as Mead & eight-legged horses in Hyattsville. Visionary Women in North Brentwood. Space Clearing to invite supportive energy in College Park & more this weekend along Prince George’s County’s Route 1 Corridor! Friday Along the Route 1 Corridor Vigilante Coffee Cuppings From plant to the cup, learn about […]
Will it be an International Women’s Day Concert in College Park, Bingo & BBQ in Hyattsville, theatre in Mount Rainier, mixed martial arts style exercise in Cheverly or explore artwork while listening to local bands selected by City Paper’s music editor (& beer tasting) in DC? Why not try to do them – and everything below – all this weekend?!?