Five Things to Know Today, May 31, in Montgomery County
Here are five things to know today, May 31, in Montgomery County:
1. Corbett and Grace Lunsford are driving their Tiny House across the country to showcase its energy efficiency, and this week they are in Montgomery County. You can tour their Tiny Home, as part of the Proof is Possible Tour, from 5 – 6 p.m. today at the city of Takoma Park’s parking lot at Takoma Junction. A homeowner’s workshop is scheduled from 7 – 9 p.m. tomorrow night at Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Avenue.
2. The World of Beer opened its newest location this week at 196B East Montgomery Avenue in the city of Rockville. The WOB offers a wide selection of brews from around the globe – there are over 500 different bottles and 50 rotating taps. You can find out more, here.
3. It’s graduation day for the Class of 2016 at Stephen Knolls, Einstein, and Wootton high schools.
4. Sherwood High School’s softball team is celebrating its fifth straight state championship. Way to go Warriors!
5. Enjoy Yoga in the Park tonight from 7 – 8 p.m. at the Gaithersburg City Hall Pavilion.
- Hundreds of Rolling Thunder motorcyclists traveled down I-270 on Sunday morning.
- Montgomery County’s outdoor pools are now open for the summer season.
- Police are investigating a fatal collision that occurred Friday afternoon in Beallsville.
- It will be later this week before Health and Human Services employees can return to their county offices at 401 Hungerford Drive because of a bed bug infestation.
- Watch County Report This Week for more local headlines.