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FrogWatch Reports Spring Peepers Frogs and toads are more than a welcome sign of spring. Their presence is indicative of the health of local waterways. Last year, Montgomery County joined the FrogWatch USA volunteer frog and toad monitoring program and…

City Scene

Mayor to Present State of the City Address April 23 Highlighting accomplishments from the previous year and outlining initiatives for the future will be part of Mayor Jud Ashman’s State of the City Address set for 6:30 to 9 p.m. April 23 at the…

Arts & Entertainment

Winter Farmers Market Saturdays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Main Street Pavilion Enjoy winter vegetables as well as produce grown in local greenhouses. Other items may include meat, breads, crab cakes, soups, dips and spreads, pickles, crepes, cupcakes and cookies, scones, eggs,…

Shop Talk

Fleet Feet Hosts Free Self-Defense Workshop Fleet Feet Sports Gaithersburg is holding a second free self-defense workshop on Sunday, April 19, 5:30 p.m. Uriel Casas from American Tae Kwon Do Academy will volunteer his time to come and instruct the…

Assignment Education

The Arts Flourish at Quince Orchard High School Quince Orchard students continue to win recognition for their talent and dedication to the arts. On April 5, two teams from QO competed in the Maryland State Destination Imagination tournament. Team Husted…

Surfing the Turf: It’s Not a War

Turfgrass was the talk of the Tuesday Topics series at the Gaithersburg Community Museum on April 14. Typically, the sessions feature local historians, authors and re-enactors, but that evening, Eric Wenger, president of Laytonsville-based Complete Lawn Care, offered homeowners an…