Considered to be Washington D.C.’s first commuter suburb, Takoma Park was founded in 1883. The town has an extensive historic district with everything from large Victorian homes to tiny bungalows.
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The producers-only market, held every Wednesday from 11am-3pm from June to Thanksgiving. We feature local fruits and vegetables from sustainable…
Join us every Sunday on Laurel Avenue in historic Old Takoma. The market includes the freshest local, seasonal produce, breads,…
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Classes for ages 2 years thru adult; levels from beginner to advanced; single classes, workshops, or all-day, 5-week intensives. Please call or visit our website for more information. COME DANCE WITH US THIS SUMMER! Now enrolling.
When school is out, art is in at CREATE! Join us all summer long for our exciting art camps where students will work on projects including drawing, painting, sculpture, collage and more! See below for a list of camp dates. All camp days begin at 9 a.m. and end at 3 p.m. Before and After Camp Care are available from 8:30 " 9 a.m. and 3 " 6 p.m.
When Dani, a precocious nine year old, loses her hair to leukemia, she embarks on a magical journey to get it back--along with her imaginary friend Raph and fellow patient Marty. Simultaneously hilarious and heartbreaking, Dani Girl is an inspirational tale of life in the face of death, hope in the face of despair, and the indomitable power of the human imagination. With music by Michael Kooman, and book/lyrics by Christopher Dimond, Dani Girl has been developed at the Kennedy Center, American Conservatory Theater, the Festival of New American Musicals, and the ASCAP/Disney Musical Theatre Workshop.