It’s cloudy but it’s not raining, so this morning’s Pike District Promenade is on! See you at 10am at North Bethesda Market for an easy, all-ages, dog-friendly stroll along the Trolley Trail.…Read More
Meet your neighbors and reconnect with old friends while enjoying a lovely walk along the Trolley Trail. Meet up at 10 am Saturday, October 20 at the North Bethesda Market plaza in between CVS and Seasons 52. AARP will have some terrific AARP swag to give you, too.
This event is for all ages — from those in strollers to seniors — and is dog-friendly.…Read More
This past weekend’s White Flint Placemaking Event, led by Montgomery Planning, Randolph Civic Association, and Better Block, was a grand slam home run. We loved seeing so many people of all ages — from little ones in strollers to senior citizens — celebrating community with live music, food, art, games, playing, and giant swings. …Read More
Kuya Ja’s Lechon Belly: Slow-cooked pork belly is the star at this Rockville storefront, but it’s far from the only attraction.
Of the many advancements on the dining scene in recent years, the rise of Filipino restaurants has been among the most exciting, a trend famously jump-started by Bad Saint in the District three years ago and nurtured since by upstarts including Kuya Ja’s Lechon Belly in Rockville.…
You can enjoy not one but two fun-filled community festivals this weekend!
First, there’s the unique White Flint Placemaking Festival at Randolph Hills Shopping Center. Join with your neighbors as a shopping center is transformed into a fabulous public gathering space full of trees, things to do, and goodies to eat and drink.…Read More
What is a Pike District Promenade?
*An easy stroll along the Trolley Trail for all ages — babies in strollers to millenials to seniors (well-behaved leashed dogs are also welcome)
*A chance to make new friends and chat with old ones
*An opportunity to get a bit of exercise and enjoy the beautiful Trolley Trail
*A no cost way to make our community more of a community
We will meet Saturday, October 20 at 10am on the North Bethesda Market Plaza.…Read More
From Bethesda Beat
If someone gets lost in Montgomery County’s Pike District, an area nonprofit this week made it a bit easier to find what they’re looking for.
On Wednesday evening, members of the Friends of White Flint hung 30 signs along Nicholson Lane, Executive Boulevard, Old Georgetown Road, Woodglen Drive and Marinelli Road directing pedestrians and bicyclists toward places such as restaurants, bars and parks.…Read More