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


Tag Archives: White Flint

Activating Wall Park

Posted on by Amy Ginsburg


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Last week, a dozen people from M-NCPPC, Department of Recreation, Councilmember Roger Berliner’s office, and Friends of White Flint met to brainstorm how to activate Wall Park this summer. (For those not up-to-date on their buzzwords, activation, in this instance, means maximizing the effectiveness of the park, getting more people using the park, and making the park the place where people want to relax and play.)
The meeting started with a quick review of the long-range vision for the park, which includes active areas such as dog parks, exercise areas, a green lawn for events and pickup sports, as well as areas for more contemplative activities such as walking in the woods.
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This ‘n’ That

Posted on by Amy Ginsburg

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  • Bethesda Now wrote a lovely piece about the pioneer residents of Pike and Rose the other day. (Read it here.) Eventually, more than 14,000 residential units are planned for the White Flint Sector Plan, 9,800 of which will not have existed prior to 2010.
  • Speaking of Pike and Rose, Stella Barra Pizzeria and La Madeline are now open.
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Check out FOWF at Bike to Work Day 2014

Posted on by Rebecca Hertz

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Friends of White Flint was a sponsor at the Bike to Work Day 2014 pit-stop in North Bethesda at the Nuclear Regulatory Commission building on Rockville Pike last Friday.  Despite less-than-ideal weather conditions, we still had a great turnout!  Thanks to Ize’s Deli and Bagelry for partnering with us in donating a $50 gift card for one lucky winner!…

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