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Your GuideThe Prince George's County Your Guide to Park and Recreation Classes and Activities contains articles on exciting new recreation opportunities, lists of classes available in the coming months, a Main Events calendar, historic sites, performances, nature center activities, and more! Four issues each year are mailed to current SMARTlink account holders and are available at all Park and Recreation facilities and Prince George's County Memorial Libraries.
African American Heritage SitesThe parks are alive with the sounds of music and drama. Enjoy a variety of summer evening concerts including jazz, rock ‘n roll, country, soul, hip-hop, and blues music at parks throughout Prince George’s County. The popular Prince George's Summer Shakespeare Festival's returns with performances of The Tempest at a variety of park sites in July. Grab a blanket or lawn chairs, pack a picnic dinner and bring your family and friends to relax and enjoy hot fun in the summertime!
Arts Facilities Seasonal Brochures
The arts are alive in Prince George’s County! Visit Montpelier Arts Center, Harmony Hall Arts Center or the Publick Playhouse to view art exhibits, and to enjoy drama, workshops, musical performances and afternoon teas. Click here to view the arts publications.
This Week in Parks and Recreation E-newsletter
Trail maps are sized to fit in your pocket or backpack, and will help you navigate more than 40 miles of hiker/biker/equestrian trails in Prince George's County. The Anacostia Tributary Trail System Map and The WB&A Trail Map include recreation, historic sites and communities along the trail in a complete color map of the area. Maps are available at sites along the trails, as well as numerous M-NCPPC offices and facilities.
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