Monthly Archives: December 2018
You may not have known Dee Metz nor known of her behind-the-scenes work to make the White Flint Sector Plan a reality, but Dee Metz was, quite simply, one of the greatest drivers of the White Flint transformation, and she will be missed. Her email announcing her retirement is below.
It is with mixed feelings that I am announcing my retirement at the end of January. …Read More
One of these fun New Year’s activities is sure to be the perfect one for you!
Ring in the New Year at Pinstripes, December 31, 7:30 pm
Enjoy a night of dinner, drinks, live music and a complimentary champagne toast at midnight. No Cover Charge.
New Year’s Eve at Summer House
Monday, December 31 Brunch 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Happy Hour 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM, Dinner 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM
While holiday–goers love a snowy New Year’s Eve, start the final night of 2018 surrounded by beach decor and summer vibes at Summer House!…Read More
The Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) last week expanded its dockless bikeshare program by making “e-bikes” available in North Bethesda. The County established a pilot dockless bikeshare program in Silver Spring and Takoma Park last year.
During the first year of the pilot period, adjustments to the program were made based on public input that greatly reduced the number of reported concerns.…Read More
State, local, and national officials celebrated the end of the Grosvenor Turnback yesterday at a ceremony at Rockville metro. Enjoy these photos from the event.… Read More
County Executive Elrich, Senator Van Hollen, Metro General Manager Wiedefeld, Montgomery County Director of the Department of Transportation Al Roshdieh, and Friends of White Flint will celebrate the end of red line turnbacks at Grosvenor Station today at 10:30 am at the est side of entrance to Rockville Metro Station entrance.
Friends of White Flint and its resident, business, and property owner members advocated vigorously to end these turnbacks, and we’re thrilled to celebrate this achievement.…Read More
Sadly, the rain beat us, so we’re canceling today’s Pike District Promenade. Join us next month on January 19th … hopefully the weather will cooperate better.…Read More
Tomorrow’s Pike District Promenade has only an 89% chance of being rained out (according to my weather app) so we’re not cancelling … yet.
If the weather predictions turn out to be wrong (fingers crossed!), we’ll meet tomorrow, Saturday December 15, at 10 am at the North Bethesda Market plaza for a wonderful, easy stroll along the Trolley Trail.…Read More
Mark you calendar for our next Pike District Promenade, Saturday, December 15, 10 am. We’ll meet at the North Bethesda Market plaza between Starbucks, Seasons 52, and CVS. Dress warm and enjoy fresh air, great companionship, and holiday spirit!
There’s free parking at NoBe Market off Marketplace Street or on the surface parking lot across from Quincy’s at the corner of Woodglen and Nicholson.…Read More