Saturday, April 5, 9:15am: The Great MoCo Bicycle Summit starts with a family ride from Silver Spring to Bethesda. After the ride, join Councilmember Hans Riemer, the Washington Area Bicyclist Association, Montgomery Bicycle Advocates, and others for a discussion on the future of biking in our County.
Friday April 11, 8:00pm: Zach Parkman & the Damaged Goods perform live at Zed’s Cafe. Catch this talented local musician at one of our favorite coffee shops. Head across the street to Urban Butcher afterwards for a nightcap.
Saturday, April 12, 9:00am-12:00pm: Crafty Yard Sale in Pyramid Atlantic’s parking lot. Join local artists and makers as they clean out their closets of old inventory and crafting supplies – yard sale style. Find misprints, yarn stashes, fabric scraps, older but still beautiful work and more.
Saturday, April 19, 12:00-4:00pm: Silver Spring Inc’s City Wide Easter Egg Hunt – Great for adults and children, both. Scour the central business district for hundreds of eggs, get to know your city, and meet your neighbors. $3000+ in prizes, music, food trucks. B&O Train Station, 8100 Georgia Ave.
Thursday, April 24, 7:00-9:00pm: IMPACT Now! Celebrate the 2014 Momentum Award winners – local heroes working in our community to create change – and explore the theme of “Are We There Yet?” at the Civic Building. We know it’s early, but we promise it’s worth it!
Saturday, April 26, 10:00am-4:00pm: Fenton Street Market Opening Day! It’s been a long winter and we can’t wait to see our vendors and neighbors on Veterans Plaza. Stop by to buy local, listen to tunes, and have a fresh crepe.
April 1 – May 9: Radical Elements reimagined quilts at the King Street Gallery. Presented by Montgomery College’s Department of Visual Arts & Design, the exhibit goes through April and redefines what makes a quilt in contemporary art.
Banner photo courtesy of JH Photography, www.jhphotograph.com