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AFI DOCS brings the best new documentaries to the Washington, DC, area with an expanded footprint in the heart of DC. The Festival has built a reputation for presenting compelling and engaging films that connect with audiences in theaters, and beyond. The Festival will run from June 22 through June 26, 2016. Now in its 13th year, the festival serves as a launch pad for independent documentaries, and affords international filmmakers access to US audiences. Called the "Pre-eminent US Documentary…Find out more »
Witness all your favorites in action, up close and personal, including Rickie Fowler and defending champion Troy Merritt. Reserved box seats on 10, private cabanas on 11, or walk all 18; opportunities are endless to catch the action live. You can customize your day with fun games, exciting golf challenges and unique experiences at The Boardwalk on 11 and Main Street. Each ticket purchase supports the college access programs of the Tiger Woods Foundation in the Washington, D.C., region. For…Find out more »
Sponsored by Heritage Montgomery, the 19th annual Heritage Days Weekend is back and better than ever. Visit over 30 parks, museums, and historic sites all across Montgomery County open with FREE Admission highlighting local history, culture, and outdoor recreation with children’s activities, music, food, and fun. Special programs include live musical performances, walking and biking history tours, art exhibits, games and crafts for children, history exhibits and demonstrations – fun for all ages. Cyclists can travel local scenic byways as…Find out more »
The Gaithersburg Community Museum and Observatory Park are among numerous historical sites participating in Montgomery County Heritage Days, June 25 and 26, 2016. This 19th annual event celebrates and showcases the County’s rich history, culture and natural beauty with activities, exhibits and performance for all ages. Explore all countywide events here. All Heritage Days events are free. Housed in the 1884 Freight House, the Community Museum is part of the rail complex in Olde Towne Gaithersburg. Explore a caboose and…Find out more »
The Gaithersburg Community Museum and Observatory Park are among numerous historical sites participating in Montgomery County Heritage Days, June 25 and 26, 2016. This 19th annual event celebrates and showcases the County’s rich history, culture and natural beauty with activities, exhibits and performance for all ages. Explore all countywide events here. All Heritage Days events are free. Built by Edwin Smith for the International Geodetic Association in 1899 as one of six around the globe, the Observatory played an important…Find out more »
In partnership with Damascus Theatre Company, Arts on the Green presents The Drowsy Chaperone When a die-hard theatre fan plays his favorite cast album, the characters come to life in this hilarious musical farce. Winner of 5 Tony Awards (including Best Book and Best Original Score), The Drowsy Chaperone is a loving send-up of the Jazz age musical featuring one show-stopping song-and-dance number after another. View more performances at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn. For more information on the City of…Find out more »
Meet local artists Pat Goslee, Lynn Putney and Veronica Szalus and learn more about how experience, energy and emotion link the studio practices of these three artists. The exhibition “e(3): Pat Goslee, Lynn Putney, and Veronica Szalus” will be on view in the Terrace Gallery from June 9 through July 16, 2016. Read more about this exhibit here.Find out more »
The artists reception and awards presentation for more than 90 regional artists whose original works using water-based media on paper has been selected for the annual juried exhibit sponsored by the Baltimore Watercolor Society. The “2016 Mid-Atlantic Regional Watercolor Exhibition” will be on view in The Kay Gallery from June 9 through July 16, 2016. Read more about this exhibit here.Find out more »