Free Summer Concerts are offered in Rockville's Town Square, Rio Washingtonian, Bethesda Veterans Park, Silver Spring Veteran's Plaza, and Strathmore. See website for more information.
May 16 - Jul 26
The River's Journey: From Sandy Spring to the Patuxent and Anacostia
Sandy Spring Museum presents Bruce McNeil's photography exhibit showing environmental connections as well as a social and moral connectedness that links us together. A celebrated DC-based photographer, McNeil combines a painterly style with environmenatl activism and documents the flow of water from the eponymous Sandy Spring to the tributaries that lead to the Anacostia. Opening reception on May 16 from 3-5 and artist remarks at 4pm.
Jun 27 - Jul 26
Hyattstown Arts Mill Project will present a juried exhibition of indoor and outdoor artwork made from or about clay or other earthen materials. The exhibition will be curated by Michael Holdahl, Adjunct Professor of Ceramics at Hood College. An artists' reception will be held on June 27 from 2-4pm. Artists are invited to submit their creation for the exhibit by June 7. See website for details.
Jul 8 - Jul 10
Chautauqua 2015: Sporting Lives
Maryland Humainities Council brings history to life with the annual interactive Chautauqua performances. Hear famous historical figures talk about their experiences, accomplishments, and ideas in an interactive session. Performances will be held at Montgomery College's Germantown campus at 7pm.
This year's three historical figures are:
Wilma Rudolph (July 8) - First African American woman to win three gold medals in a single Olympic Games
Babe Ruth (July 9) - One of the greatest American baseball players of all time
Jim Thorpe (July 10) - Olympic Award winner who played in professional baseball, basketball and football leagues
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