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Keeping It Fresh at the Main Street Market

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Aluminaries by Rona offers handmade, one-of-a kind aluminum jewelry. When the City of Gaithersburg opened the year-round Main Street Farmers Market to artists this March, Aluminaries was the first vendor to sign up.

Every Saturday, rain or shine, the Main Street Farmers and Artists Market has been a gathering place for the community, offering fresh and prepared foods, artists’ creations and opportunities to connect with community organizations. The market has become such a…

Pritchard Music Students Take on NYC

Photo | Becky Pritchard

Pritchard Music Academy took 17 students to perform with the Patriot Brass Ensemble in New York City for a Memorial Day concert for veterans. Here, students stand in front of The Church of Saint Luke in the Fields in NYC’s Village where they performed. Students (back row, L to R) include Luke Wonnacott, David Rea, Jacob Latour, Brian Rea, Sophie Durmowicz, Vanya Gorbachev, Jason McFadden, Josh Ayres and Kristen Gottlieb; (middle row, L to R) Ivan Postovit, Iris Postovit, Lucas Englert-Fernandez and Katie Judge; (front row, L to R) Lauren Campano, William Bouley and Matthias Englert-Fernandez.

Pritchard Music Academy provides private music lessons, group classes and chamber ensemble experience to 240 local students ages 2 to 78 from their Kentlands Main Street studio. But according to Steven Behnke, executive director for New York City’s Patriot Brass…

Around Town

Cub Scouts Enjoy Outdoor Adventure Gaithersburg Cub Scout Pack 1440 camped under the stars in late May at the 170-acre Hanson Farm in North Potomac. Led by Cubmaster Marc Feinstein, 12 Cub Scouts and 10 parents cooked their meals over…

City Scene

Gaithersburg Is ‘Great Small Town for Book Lovers’ In recognition of its nationally acclaimed Gaithersburg Book Festival, the City of Gaithersburg recently earned a spot as one of the “30 Great Small Towns for Book Lovers.” The list, assembled by AboutGreatBooks.com,…