Pike District Progress

The White Flint area is transforming into a vibrant, walkable community. Keep current on all the exciting Pike District news with Friends of White Flint Executive Director Amy Ginsburg.

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Have S'more Fun at Grill Night at Wall Park June 16

Grill Night Wall Park June 16

Read more about Grill Night and other Pike District happenings in  our latest enewsletter.

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Want to Decrease Pedestrian Injuries?

Graphic | Friends of White Flint

Duh, who doesn’t want to decrease pedestrian injuries? On average, 100 pedestrians are killed and 3,000 injured every year in Montgomery County. If only there was a way to decrease those tragic numbers … Well, what do you know? There is.  We just need to put some of our main streets on a road diet. A […]

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Pigs, Paths, and Posts

Pike & Rose Barbecure

This Sunday, from 1-5 p.m., Pike & Rose is hosting a very fun event that features a pig roast, food and refreshments, live entertainment from AMP by Strathmore, oyster shucking, giveaways, children’s activities, sidewalk sales, and more! Alcoholic beverages will be available to purchase. It is free to attend, though it costs $20 for adults and $10 for children to partake in the pig roast. […]

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A New Logo, a Delicious Fundraiser, and Placemaking


On Tuesday, April 28, from 5 – 9 p.m., you can fill your stomach with delicious food while filling the coffers of Friends of White Flint. Simply enjoy dinner at ShopHouse Southeast Asian Kitchen in Pike & Rose on April 28th from 5pm to 9pm and mention Friends of White Flint. That’s all you need […]

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So Just Who Does Live in the Pike District?


Do you recognize yourself in any of these categories? According to the 2013 Tapestry Segmentation Area Profile: 27% of Pike District residents are Metro Renters Metro Renters are highly educated and very mobile adults in their late twenties/early thirties.  They prefer to live close to their jobs and usually walk or take transit to those […]

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