Friends of White Flint

Promoting a Sustainable, Walkable and Engaging Community

P.O. Box 2761

White Flint Station

Kensington, MD 20891

Phone: 301-980-3768

Email: info@whiteflint.org


Monthly Archives: May 2019

Bus Route Cuts in the Pike District/White Flint area?

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County Executive Marc Elrich has proposed cutting service on some of the Pike District’s busiest bus routes, Ride On Routes 46 and 38. There’s a vote on Thursday—let the County Council know cutting buses in the White Flint area isn’t okay. Call or email them here: https://t.co/T1F3dVcB2l

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Pike District Promenade is this Saturday — and it’s going to be 80 and sunny!

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Join your neighbors for a fun, all-ages, pet-friendly stroll along the Trolley Trail at our Pike District Promenade. We will meet at 10am on Saturday, May 18 at the NoBe Market Plaza between Seasons 52 and Starbucks.

Free two-hour parking is available in the NoBe Market garage. Or better yet, ride your bike or walk to the meeting point.…

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Building Moratorium in the White Flint? No, Thanks.

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Dear County Council and County Executive:

As you know, the Walter Johnson cluster is poised to go into moratorium July 1 because it will be 120% overcapacity. Friends of White Flint, a nonprofit organization composed of residents, businesses, and property owners, strongly urges you to find a solution that would prevent this moratorium.…

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A Wonderful Earth Day at NoBe Market!

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Earth Day at NoBe Market hosted three family-friendly classes. Attendees had an hands on experience with natural blueprinting from an international artist, gardening from the editor of Washington Gardener magazine, and an inside look at beekeeping from one of Maryland’s master Beekeepers.

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How fun — a community bike ride in North Bethesda!

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Saturday, May 11 – Better Bicycling Ride in the Pike District

Join your neighbors for a community education bike ride in cooperation with the Washington Area Bicyclists Association (WABA) on May 11 in North Bethesda. Join riders of all levels to explore Montgomery County and learn the techniques urban riders use to get around the region.…

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There is Still Time to Register for Bike to Work Day or Take a Cycling Class

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There is Still Time to Register for Bike to Work Day!
Make sure to register for the North Bethesda Pit Stop at Pike & Rose! We will be in the parking lot of REI. Along with our great host, Pike & Rose,we will welcome new and seasoned cyclists on Friday, May 17, beginning at 6:30 am until 8:30 am. …

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Architect Selected for Woodward High Renovation Project

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From Bethesda Beat

The Montgomery school board plans to funnel $125 million into renovating the former Charles W. Woodward High School in Rockville and on Monday appointed a Calverton architectural firm to lead the design process.

Grimm and Parker Architecture Inc. was selected as the “most qualified firm to provide the necessary … services,” according to school board documents.…

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