Sunday, June 4th, 2017
12:00pm – 3:00pm
College Park Moose Lodge
3700 Metzerott Road
The College Park Moose Lodge at 3700 Metzerott Road is holding a Family
Picnic Community Fun Day from 12:00 pm ‐ 3:00 pm! There will be face
painting, a moon bounce, a dunk tank; hot dogs, hamburgers and other
picnic foods available at a reasonable cost. The Prince Georges County Police
will be available for children’s finger printing services and vendors will be
showing and selling their items. If you’re interested in renting a table ($20
per table) for garage sale/flea market items, contact Joan Ford via private
message on NextDoor.com. If you are not a registered member of NextDoor
(Adelphi/Riggs Rd Neighborhood), you may email me at
email@example.com and I will private message Joan Ford on your behalf.
Rain date will be Saturday, June 10th.
Purple Line Transit Partners (PLTP) will host two open house events to introduce the concessionaire team to local communities. The public is encouraged to attend, meet the team, and learn about the publicprivate partnership (P3) that will make the Purple Line a reality. At the events, the project team will be on-hand and attendees can view the design of the Purple Line and its twenty-one stations.
Prince George’s County Meeting
Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017, 6:30pm-8:30pm
College Park Community Center
5051 Pierce Avenue, College Park, MD 20740
Montgomery County Meeting
Wednesday, May 24th, 2017, 6:30pm-8:30pm
Montgomery Blair High School
51 University Blvd E., Silver Spring, MD 20901
For more information visit PurpleLineTransitPartners.com
View the event flyer here.
Summer is almost here…are you ready?
The CSTCA is starting a WALKING GROUP! Yep!!! That’s right! A WALKING GROUP. Morning walks through the neighborhood and surrounding areas; breathing fresh morning air, hearing birds chirping…doesn’t that sound ideal!! Walking is a great low impact way to get into and/or stay in shape. Walking is one of the best forms of exercise. Need motivation? Want great company and good conversation? The CSTCA has that and more! We’ve got an all-around diverse neighborhood full of wonderful and interesting people and great conversationalists.
If you are interested in joining the CSTCA Walking Group or have other healthy, fun ideas, let us know. Interested in walking? Contact one of the CSTCA officers below.
Meet at 2500 Cool Spring Rd. (Corner of Cool Spring Rd. and 26th Ave.) at 8:30 AM, April 29th, 2017
The Cool Spring Terrace Civic Association is participating in Clean Up, Green Up sponsored by Prince George’s County. Volunteer now to help us pick up trash in the neighborhood and in our wooded areas.
We need the following volunteers:
- Drivers – Drive behind the Litter Patrol with flashers to keep Litter Patrol safe.
- Litter Patrol – Pick up trash in designated areas in the neighborhood. Each volunteer will be provided with: a trash grabber, a safety vest, disposable gloves, and trash bags.
- Food Servers – Help organize continental breakfast and lunch for the volunteers.
Students! Earn Service Learning Hours. Bring the form from your school’s guidance office and our clean up coordinator will sign the form. Indicate that you are a student on the sign-up form.
Contact: Kim Crews, (301) 717-8723, firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer
At the conclusion of the April 22nd bi-monthly meeting, we will be hosting a community seed and plant start swap in front of the Church of Christ Scientist, 8300 Adelphi Road, Hyattsville 20783. Estimated start time between 12:30pm and 1:00pm, depending on the length of the meeting.
Stay and socialize after the meeting and find out who your fellow gardeners in the community are! Bring along any of the following you would like to share with your neighbors:
- Vegetable starts
- House plants or outdoor plants, in soil or as cuttings
- Miscellaneous small garden equipment (flower pots you don’t want, etc.)
We will be providing supplies for labeling and transporting seeds, but please bring any rooted plants in containers you are willing to part with ready to go or on hand for quick repotting. Here’s a link with instructions for how to make a pot out of a newspaper, or you can bring them in yogurt containers, soda bottles cut in half, pasta sauce jars, etc…
If possible, try to bring as much information about the plant with you as you can, such as species name, soil used, and sun preference. This will give its new owner the best chance at success.
It’s up to you whether you want to trade only, or simply gave away surplus. For those with no gardens of their own started, this might be your chance to learn more and get your first vegetables in the ground. I know I for one will be bringing plenty of these prolific Egyptian Walking Onions to give away – EVERYONE has a green thumb with this plant!
Please join us at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17, for a neighborhood cleanup event! We’ll meet at the Mosley’s home at the corner of 26th Avenue and Cool Spring Road. We’ll be participating as part of the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation’s Clean Up Green Up Fall 2015 initiative. Volunteer teams will split up to clean sections of our neighborhood. Light refreshments will be served. So come on out, meet your neighbors, and lend a helping hand!
For more information, please contact Ted Hull at (301) 422-9599.
OK, we know that DC isn’t technically a state, but… this looks like an interesting event. It’s happening today, Sept. 12, 2015, from noon to 8 p.m. at 925 Rhode Island Ave NW – just blocks from the Green/Yellow Shaw-Howard U Metro Stop. They’re even having a Pet Parade! Check it out: