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Early voting will take place from October 27 - November 3. Polling centers will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Early Voting Centers approval by the State Board of Elections may be viewed here. Visit Montgomery County Board of Elections for more information. You can register and vote the same day during early voting. Bring a Maryland Driver's License, ID or Learner's Permit that proves where you live. (Other documents that are acceptable.)Find out more »
Montgomery County Public Libraries’ Food for Fines program will be held October 16 through 30. Food for Fines offers customers the opportunity to earn $1 for each donated food item toward payment of existing library fines. The donations will go to the Manna Food Center, a local non-profit that works to collect and distribute donated foods to those in need in the community. The program is offered during Montgomery County’s Community Service Week. While the program provides a reprieve to…Find out more »
The Not so Spooky Skate will be on Friday, October 28th from 4:15-7:00 pm at Cabin John Ice rink, 10610 Westlake Drive, Rockville, MD 20852 Kids can come in costume for a free skating lesson from 4:15-4:45 pm followed by fun open skating time including on ice games and costume contest. Skaters can also trick or treat around the rink and do Halloween crafts including pumpkin painting and mask making. Cost is $20 per child and registration is required at…Find out more »
Gather the family together for a fun evening! Children can dress in their favorite costume, partcipate in a garden costume parade, paint a pumpkin, try a pumpkin treat, and top the evening off listening to award winning storyteller Gary Lloyd present "Pumpkin Tales for the Young telling tales more funny than scary. Space is limited. Register children ages 3 - 12 - Parents are free.Find out more »
Celebrate Halloween at one of the largest and most popular haunted attractions in the capital region. Celebrate Halloween with 4 terrifying haunts in one location. Take a 35 min walk on the TRAIL OF TERROR and a 3D tour of the NIGHTMARES IN 3D HAUNTED HOUSE, try a ride on the HADES’ HAYRIDE or try the new HAUNTED TRAIL with 9 station of campground fear. Field of Screams is open now through November 5, weekend and select Thursdays. Visit Field of…Find out more »
Markoffs Haunted Forest is Maryland’s original Halloween event. Choose from two terrifying trails, and while you wait, indulge in a dozen other spine tingling events from zip-lines to giant swings. Open September 30 - October 31. https://youtu.be/fi8cyiHlY5g To enter the trails, each patron must purchase a 2016 Trail Ticket. Tickets are limited in number and are specific to each night of Markoff’s Haunted Forest. The only guarantee of entrance is with a ticket purchased in advance online here. Find more information…Find out more »
On October 20th, Housing Opportunities Commission will open the Fear Factory haunted house at Emory Grove. Fear Factory will be open on weekends from October 20- October 29. Proceeds from Fear Factory will support youth programs. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.orgFind out more »
ANGELS IN AMERICA PART I: MILLENNIUM APPROACHES & PART II: PERESTROIKA By Tony Kushner, Directed by Jason Loewith & Ryan Rilette Co-produced with Olney Theatre Center Part of A CELEBRATION OF TONY KUSHNER Round House Theatre and Olney Theatre Center present the 25th Anniversary production of Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning masterpiece. Sexuality, religion, and politics collide at the beginning of the AIDS crisis in one of the most celebrated plays of the 20th century. Don’t miss Part…Find out more »