InterAct Family Theatre starts their 2015-16 season, with the highly acclaimed
“The Hero of Everything!”
Saturday, Oct. 3, 11:00am
Free – Wheaton Library, 11701 Georgia Avenue, Wheaton, MD 20902
An interactive play for young superheroes and heroes of all ages about teamwork, respect, and the perils.of trying to be the Captain of Everything!
Post-performance talkback where kids can meet the actors and get a sneak peek at the how the theatre magic works!
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
This project is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County Government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County. With additional funding and in-kind support provided by: To request ADA program accommodations or to request this information in an alternate format, at least five work days in advance, contact the library hosting the program. www.montgomerycountymd.gov/library
Calling Students & Parents – Stretch your legs, Enjoy your neighborhood, Walk To School!
East Silver Spring Elementary School
Highland View Elementary School
Sligo Creek Elementary School
It’s Fun! Walking and bicycling bring a sense of joy and independence.
Healthier Habits The trip to school is a chance for children (and adults!) to get the physical activity they need.
Cleaner Environment Replacing car trips to school with walking or bicycling can reduce congestion and air-polluting emissions.
Promoting Safety Building sidewalks, providing education programs and adding traffic calming measures are some of the ways to improve safety. Encouraging walking and bicycling to school can help build support for infrastructure improvements in the broader community.
Community Benefits Reducing traffic congestion, boosting a sense of community, and improving neighborhood connections benefit the community.
FINDING BEAUTY – CELBRATING ART, NATURE AND COMMUNITY
Sunday, August 23, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Meet at: Wheaton Veterans Park
11200 Amherst Avenue
Wheaton, MD 20902
Join artist Joanne Miller on a photographic journey through urban Wheaton. Bring your camera and walk along with Joanne as you photograph the nature in the downtown Central Business District (CBD). The walk is an opportunity for photography and conversation about personal vision and creative practice.
Free and open to the public – all levels of photographers are welcome. RSVP on EVENTBRITE is encouraged, but walk-ups are welcome.
Dress appropriately for the weather – comfortable shoes, sunscreen, hat, water, etc. In the event of rain, the date will be rescheduled.
Exciting News: The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County has awarded a Wheaton Culture Grant to Joanne Miller to collaborate with GreenWheaton on a year-long series of arts and nature community photography programs. Please check our website for updates on artist walks and community events.
This project is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County.
As the summer continues and you may be trying to beat the heat, we at GreenWheaton wish you an enjoyable and refreshing August. We will not have our monthly networking Happy Hour, but do have some outstanding updates to share with you soon. Be on the lookout for our monthly newsletter, as well as posts on Facebook and Twitter.!
We look forward to seeing you on *Wednesday* Sept. 16th at Los Chorros restaurant, for a Special Green Drinks event in partnership with Silver Spring Green.
Join your neighbors and friends on Thursday, July 23rd for Green Drinks!
Montgomery County DEP works across all sectors of environmental sustainability and is a leader not only in our region, but across the nation, with progressive action action measurable results.
Michelle Vigen, Senior Energy Planner (and others TBA) will share updates on the County’s energy and environmental efforts and first-in-nation policies! Learn how you, neighbors, businesses, places of worship and community groups can participate and benefit from these programs and resources.
for making this years gala such a success. Thank you Janet (Hollywood East Cafe) and Kit (Green Plate Catering) for the awesome delicious food. Notable additions this year from Seoul Food DC, Los Chorros and Java Nation.
Thank you to the exhibitors, sponsors, donors and volunteers who are continually helping us move a little closer to our goals of a “greener” Wheaton.
And especially THANK YOU KIRA for making everything run smoothly. Thank you for your support, patience and dedication to the cause and GreenWheaton. Couldn’t have done it without you.
What to Expect: Mouth Watering Appetizers, Local Beer & Wine, Delicious Refreshments, Informational Green Vendors, Fun Door Prizes!
Enjoy selections from Wheaton favorites Hollywood East Cafe, Limerick Pub, Green Plate Catering and Los Chorros. The Gala, sponsored in part by IHOP Restaurant, The George Apartments, M&T Bank, and Theresa Testoni, celebrates our successes in four years of non-profit educational work and green initiatives in the Wheaton community, and serves as a fundraiser for our continuing efforts of living and working “green” into the future.
June 25, 2015
6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The George Apartments Penthouse Lounge
11141 Georgia Avenue, Wheaton, MD 20902
Directions and Parking
Tickets: $60 a person
For Sponsorship Information contact Wendy or Kira, firstname.lastname@example.org
The May monthly GreenWheaton GreenDrinks will be Thursday, May 28th from 5:30p-8:00p at Hollywood East Cafe , 11160 Veirs Mill Road, at the Wheaton Mall.
Plan ahead – GreenWheaton Annual Gala – Thursday, June 25th! More details to come soon. We look forward to seeing you there.