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


Now there are Two Free Yoga Classes at NoBe Market on Saturday

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Join NoBe Market this Saturday, October 3rd for week three of our Socially Distant Outdoor Yoga Series with ExtendYoga!

Focus on linking conscious breath while awakening your strength, energy, and flexibility with FREE*  yoga classes!

8:30am Rise & Shine Yoga (45 min)

Get moving and wake up your body and mind for the day ahead.

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Montgomery County Recreation Launches New Pool Reservation System

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Interested in swimming at our neighborhood pool at the Kennedy Shriver Aquatic Center? Montgomery County Recreation is launching a new pool reservation system designed to create an easier and better user experience. The new system will go live on Monday, Sept. 28 for pool reservations on Monday, Oct. 5, 2020 or later.…

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Pike & Rose Showcases Federal Realty’s Sustainability Credentials

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Here are some highlights from yesterday’s long article full of accolades and insights on Pike & Rose in Reit Magazine:

The completion this summer of 909 Rose, Federal Realty Investment Trust’(NYSE: FRT) latest addition to its transit-oriented Pike & Rose mixed-use development, highlights the REIT’s long-term sustainability track record and its commitment to creating communities that are aligned with the evolving needs of tenants and residents.

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Hope to see you online at our upcoming Community Meeting

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On Thursday, October 8 at 7 pm, please join Friends of White Flint at our virtual community meeting.

Councilmember Andrew Friedson and Robin Ficker will discuss and take questions on their property tax ballot amendments, Question A and Question B.

Montgomery County Department of Transportation will give a quick update on the Western Workaround construction.

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Picnic in Wall Park — Now With Booze as Well as Food

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If you’ve found yourself enjoying parks across the county but suddenly feel the need to leave to find food, look no further! Parks has teamed up with Visit Montgomery and MoCo Eats to offer our new Picnic in the Park program. And now you can legally consume alcohol in designated areas within 9 parks selected for the pilot.  …

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Willco Hires New CEO As It Plans New White Flint Development

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Bisnow reported that Willco has hired longtime D.C.-area real estate, Tom Regnell as its new CEO. Tom Regnell spent the last six years as president and CEO of the Chevy Chase Land Co. executive,

Friends of White Flint was thrilled to read about Willco’s focus on the Pike District area:

Willco owns two sites near the White Flint Metro station in North Bethesda totaling 36 acres where it is planning over 4M SF of development.

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Randolph Hills Shopping Center — the perfect place to order food for your Rosh Hashanah dinner

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Discover the hidden gems within the Randolph Hills Shopping Center including a kosher market, bakery, deli and pizza restaurant for the upcoming High Holy Days, despite the COVID restrictions.

Goldberg’s NY Bagels
Goldberg’s, which earned Top Nosh award by the Washington Post and Best Bagel by Jewish Weekly, will be offering simcha bagel packages and customized platters.…

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Find Your Zen at a Socially Distanced Yoga Class at NoBe Market

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Join NoBe Market this Saturday, September 19th to kick-off our Socially Distant Outdoor Yoga Series with ExtendYoga!

Focus on linking conscious breath while awakening your strength, energy, and flexibility in a free 40 minute “Rise and Shine” yoga flow.

Safety Measures:

  1. Each yogi will receive a hand sanitizer, reusable face mask, and sports towel.
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Our County Council testimony on the SSP/New Growth Policy

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As one or two of you may know, tonight the County Council is holding a worksession on the proposed new Subdivision Staging Policy/SSP (now to be called the Growth Policy.) While it’s on very few radars, the SSP/Growth Policy affects development, schools, and transportation, so it affects practically all aspects of life here in Montgomery County.

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Hank Dietle’s owners hope to complete bar’s resurrection by year’s end

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From Bethesda Beat

The owners of the Hank Dietle’s Tavern in North Bethesda say the once-popular bar could reopen by the end of the year — but they worry that followers might not come back quickly due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dietle’s was destroyed by a fire in the early morning hours of Valentine’s Day 2018.…

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