Five Things to Know for June 21 in Montgomery County

Today is the summer solstice, the longest day and shortest night in the Northern Hemisphere and considered the first day of summer. Here are five more things to know for Friday, June 21, in Montgomery County

1. Germantown in the News: FOX 5 continues their Zip Trip series with a visit to Germantown Friday morning.

2. Conversation with Councilmember Friedson: Residents may share concerns and discuss important issues specific to their neighborhood with Andrew Friedson, who represents District 1. The event takes place from 8 – 9:30 a.m. at Car Wash Coffee, 10700 Connecticut Avenue, Kensington.

3. We Love Weekends:  Not sure what to do this weekend? Check out our Weekend Planner.

4. Wheaton Interim Library Closing: The Wheaton Interim library branch is closing on Saturday, June 22 at 6 p.m. to prepare for the reopening of the Wheaton Library and Recreation Center in late summer. Nearby library branches include Aspen Hill, Kensington Park, Silver Spring, Twinbrook, and White Oak.

5. Washington Spirit Pride Night: The first-place Washington Spirit host the Houston Dash at the Maryland Soccerplex Saturday at 7 p.m. The game will be the Spirit’s inaugural Pride Night. During the halftime ceremony, Spirit legend Joanna Lohman will become the first player in team history to have her number retired.

And one more thing:  Did you know that Montgomery County has 422 parks and 10% of the land in the County is made up of parks?  Melissa Chotiner was our guest on the latest episode of Montgomery Talks with Doug Tallman podcast.

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