Artist Joanne Miller, GreenWheaton and Community Partners Montgomery Parks and the Wheaton Urban District invite you to join us for a morning of photography with birds of prey. Adventures with Raptors will introduce you to live owls and hawks. Joanne will provide camera tips for photographers of all ages. Bring your camera, family and friends. Cameras will be available to use with ID.
Artist Talk: 9:00 AM
Bird Photography: 9:00–11:00 AM
This event is free and open to the public of all ages.
Directions and Parking: Sunday free parking in County Parking Garage 45 (located on Amherst Ave next to Veterans Park) Wheaton Metro Station one block away
Share your photographs and participate in upcoming Wheaton Community Exhibitions.
There are now more ways than ever to have your home’s energy come from renewable solar energy!
Learn from the Sierra Club how going solar just became easier.
Learn about your options
• Rooftop installations
• Power purchase agreements
• Solar co-ops
• New government incentives
•The Sierra Club
• Private solar contractors
• Government agencies
• Solar Cooperatives
• Subscriber Organizations
Third Annual Great MoCo Bike Summit. Assess the County’s progress on bicycle issues, get an early glimpse of future projects, learn how to advocate for change, and of course, network with fellow transportation enthusiasts.
Artist Joanne Miller, GreenWheaton and community partners invite you to join us for a morning of photography in Wheaton’s newly transplanted urban rainscape garden. Capture native blooming flowers and plants, enjoy the sunshine, meet community neighbors. Joanne will provide camera tips for photographers of all ages. Cameras will be available to use with ID. Bring your family and friends.
as we move the Rainscapes Garden from Parking Lot 13 in Reedie Triangle to Veterans Park.
After 5 years the Rainscapes Garden will have a new home during re-development.
(For more about the location, please see the Eventbrite link, below.)
Please come out and help us plant natives!
Even if you only have an hour to help, stop by and dig in.
“Native plants provide ecosystem services such as sequestering carbon, cleaning air and water by filtering pollutants, capturing storm water, stopping erosion, building topsoil, providing diversity for insects and pollinators, and connecting humans to their natural world”.