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Fall Activity Guide
Explore visual and performing arts classes, special events and much more for all ages. Both residents and non-residents of Greenbelt welcome.
Fall programs begin the week of September 12 or thereafter.

Online Fall Activity Guide - Online Registration

For registration assistance: Ruth Campbell, 301-397-2208.

Synetic Theater

Artful Afternoon - Masks! Synetic Theater!
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road
All ages - most activities FREE 

Sunday, October 2, 1-4pm (times vary for individual activities).

Halloween mask workshop with Celestine Ranney-Howes, 1-3pm. Rm 113. Synetic Theater performs “The Miraculous Magical Balloon” at 3pm in the gym.  
Artists in Residence studio open house and sale,
1-4pm. Third floor. 
Also, visit the Greenbelt Museum exhibit and tour their historic house.


Greenbelt Pottery Group:
Show Me Sunday Swap Meet

Sunday, September 18, 2-3pm
Greenbelt Community Center, Room 304
An exchange of ceramic tools and materials among local potters.
No pottery, please. No cash exchanged.

Lantern 2016 Festival of Lights Juried Art and Craft Fair: Applications Welcome
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road
Deadline to apply: September 30
Open to fine arts, crafters, writers, musicians, filmmakers, youth and non-profit groups. Fair takes place December 3 and 4. Information and applications. 
At left: lantern by Janet Evander. 
Ice Age

Moonlit Movies
FREE outdoor screenings!
Ice Age: Collision Course
Saturday, September 10, 8pm
Springhill Lake Recreation Center

North By Northwest
Saturday, September 24, 7:30pm
Greenbelt National Park

 Contra Dance Contra Dances
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road

Beginner dance lesson: 6:30pm. Dancing: 7:00 - 9:45pm.
$10 per person (cash) at the door.
Presented with the Greater Washington Folklore Society.
Ongoing series. Upcoming dates: October 1 and November 5  
Lenore Thomas Straus Greenbelt Museum Exhibition
Ongoing. Open daily. FREE
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road

The Knowing Hands that Carve this Stone:
The New Deal Art of Lenore Thomas Straus

Learn about the artist who created the iconic Mother and Child statue in Roosevelt Center, the bas reliefs on the facade of the Community Center and much more!