Wednesday, June 3 & 17, 7:30-11:00pm: Acoustic Open Mic at McGinty’s. Sign up to play or just stop by to enjoy the tunes.
Wednesday, June 3 & 24, 8:00 pm: Highwood’s Cagematch Improv Competition where the audience decides who advances to the next round to face off against another fierce competitor. Partnering with Sligo Cafe for post-show drinks and 20% off food. Tickets are $10 and are available at http://www.thehighwoodtheatre.org/tickets.html
Thursday, June 4, 3:00-8:00pm: In honor of World Refugee Day, the IRC will host a photo exhibit at Pyramid Atlantic. Stop by to see refugee artwork, grab some free food, and participate in a community art project. Free, but RSVP here.
Saturday, June 6, 9:15am-12:00pm: Ride from Bethesda to Silver Spring for the 2nd Great MoCo Bike Summit. After you get all sweaty, head into the Civic Building for presentations and discussions the present and future of cycling in the County. Stop by the Fenton Street Market after for their annual Craft Party (and usual vendors).
Thursday, June 9, 7:00pm: Join the Unofficial Hand Lettering Society of Silver Spring for their monthly meet up to doodle and letter together. This month’s theme is Road Trips! RSVP here.
Wednesday, June 17-Sunday, June 21: AFIDOCS. For the second year, this international documentary film festival takes place mostly in DC…regardless, there are still plenty of showings at the AFI Silver and Ride, Rise, Roar screens outside by the fountain for free on Friday night.
Saturday, June 20, 10:00am-9:00pm: The 7th Annual Silver Spring Blues Festival. This summer tradition features dozens of performers on two stages (Fenton Street Market & Ellsworth Drive by the fountain).
Saturday, June 20, 11:00am: Cool off during the Blues Fest at the new Silver Spring Library! Celebrate Montgomery County finishing a project (mostly) on time . Can’t wait until then? Check out a sneak peek of the new stacks here.
Saturdays, 10:00am-4:00pm: Fenton Street Market
Sundays, 9:30-11:00am: Silver Spring Run Club
Thank you Silver Spring I;m looking forward to the New Library Opening…I”m hope it will be a great event for our community. This community has very little place to go and read and just do learning things…Border Book Store was some of our only outlet for reading enjoyment….Well see you at the opening.
Mr Tony Hinnant Community Volunteer
Rockville and Takoma Park Maryland