Thursday, May 19, 2011
Mount Rainier Police Chief Michael E. Scott's report to the city council.
Thursday, May 19
Music from Sonya Cotton and Mount Rainier resident Will McKindley-Ward
Thursday, May 19th, 8pm at the New Community Church 614 S Street NW Washington, DC. $8 admission. "Reverence: An Evening of Music and Words Exploring Loss"
Saturday, May 21
University Park Townwide Yard Sale 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Big Green Truck Day at Magruder Park, Hyattsville 10 a.m. - 1 p.m..
Kids can get up close to a fleet of municipal vehicles, from a street sweeper to a police cruiser. Free and open to the public! Rumor has it a helicopter may land around noon.
Mount Rainier Farmer’s Market begins! 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
The location has moved. On Mount Rainier Day it will be located across the street from City Hall at the Perry Street parking lot next to the flower shop. On future Saturdays it will be at the Municipal Plaza in front of City Hall.
Mount Rainier Day Festival!
Municipal Plaza and the 3400 and 3500 Blocks of Rhode Island Avenue, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Painting the Intersection 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Local Artist Vernon Sears and coordinator/volunteer Mike Turner with other volunteers will paint the intersection of Bunker Hill Road and 34th Street in Mount Rainier during the city’s annual Mount Rainier Day Festival. Come out and enjoy viewing of the artwork – participate in the design markings and chalking of the street. This should be an exciting project for the city. It will consist of local artists and volunteers painting a sun design of various hues of yellow, green and blue. The design will light up the 34th Street business district! The City of Mount Rainier is partnering with Gateway Community Development Corporation for this project.
Countdown to Splashdown at the Prince George's Pool, open to all
"It’s too early to actually get into the water at PG Pool, but the grounds will be available for inspection and use. So whenever you're done with Mt. Rainier Day, or sports or chores (and hopefully having survived the Rapture) pack up your family and some food and come on down to the Cool Pool for our annual preseason potluck. We’ll share what we have as long as you do too." Featuring Joe "Hula Man" Atkins as deejay.
4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Pool on Facebook
Mount Rainier performers give a show in DC
Affectations is a movement/theater performance created and performed by Dance Box Theater Co-Artistic Directors Laura Schandelmeier & Stephen Clapp with Dance Artist Ilana Faye Silverstein and Composer James Harkins.
Saturday, May 21 at 8pm
Sunday, May 22 at 7pm
Dance Place 3225 8th Street NE Washington, DC 20017
EDGEWORKS Dance Theater in "Mixer"
EDGEWORKS Dance Theater is DC's premiere all male contemporary dance company of predominately African-American men. EDT's mission is to challenge perceptions of men, to shatter stereotypes as a means to build community, and to create projects that links the arts and social justice.
Saturday, May 21, 8pm
Sunday, May 22, 7pm
Tickets $20 General Admission, $15 Seniors & Students, $10 Youth
Joe's Movement Emporium, 3309 Bunker Hill Rd
Monday, May 23
Potluck Peace Meal followed by sharing ideas on Practicing Peace in Daily Life
Mount Rainier Christian Church, 33rd St. and Bunker Hill Rd.
Saturday, June 4
Will Campos PG County District 2 Town Hall Meeting
June 14 - July 1
ART WORKS STUDIO SCHOOL will be holding summer art camps this year
Session 1: Ages 13+ (adults encouraged) June 14-17 with Barbara Johnson
Session 2: Ages 6-8 June 20 - 24 with Ashley Ruschatz
Session 3: Ages 9-12 June 27-July 1 with Bonnie Parry
All of the teachers are experienced artists and educators and the classes and camps focus on creating confidence and joy through art-making.
You can sign up today by visiting their website or e-mailing email@example.com
3711 Rhode Island Avenue Mt Rainier MD 301-454-0808