It’s Thursday, April 30 and here are five things to know in Montgomery County.
1.Virtual Tenant Town Hall: With next month’s rent due in just a few days, many residents are concerned about their housing and economic security during this crisis. The Montgomery County Council has relief measures in place to assist renters during this time. Councilmember Evan Glass and Councilmember Will Jawando will be providing updates on their efforts during the Virtual Tenant Town Hall at 7:00 p.m. today. Click here to register.
Join me and @willjawando for a virtual townhall on Thursday April 30 at 7 p.m. to provide updates on our efforts to support renters and tenants during this crisis.
— Evan Glass (@EvanMGlass) April 29, 2020
2. Virtual Library Experience: Montgomery County Public Libraries has a variety of virtual events to enjoy. Click here for more details.
Reading to young kids is critical for early literacy skills, but let’s face it, keeping that pigeon from driving the bus is getting…old. Let our expert children's librarians help with our daily Virtual Storytimes! Go to https://t.co/8SZdtcofeT to see this month's schedule! pic.twitter.com/0MuM85GXoi
— mcpl_Libraries (@MCPL_Libraries) April 15, 2020
3. Latest Montgomery County Coronavirus News: Click here to see the latest updated news regarding COVID-19 in Montgomery County.
4. Bethesda Restaurants Open for Take Out: Click here for a list of restaurants in Bethesda that are open for take out, pick-up and delivery during the coronavirus shutdown.
5. Five Days Until MCM’s Giving Tuesday: Montgomery Community Media, like other nonprofits, is facing economic uncertainty due to COVID-19. We are asking those who are able to make a donation to support local news and television programming.
And one more thing: Are you looking for more restaurants that are open for take out? Check out our restaurant lists here.