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 family Greenbelt Recreation Department Winter Activity Guide

Find out about winter classes, special events and drop-in facilities for all ages!
Classes begin during or after the week of January 2. 

Registration is open now for both residents and non-residents of Greenbelt!
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Art Gallery Exhibition
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road
Open daily, January 15 - March 23

M-Sa, 9am - 10pm; Su, 9am - 7pm (some exceptions may apply)

Worlds of Wonder II
Enjoy a close-up view of costumes, sets, props and production photography from Greenbelt Recreation Department theater and dance programs.  Image at left by Eric Zhang, from “Buried Treasure”


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Artful Afternoon
Sunday, February 4
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road

1pm - 3pm: FREE “Love and Shelter” sculpture workshop
with Artist in Residence Nikki Brooks. Materials provided. All ages welcome.

1pm - 4pm: Artists’
Studio Open House and Sale.

1pm - 5pm
: Greenbelt Museum historic house tours, 10-B Crescent Road, $3

3pm: alight dance theater performance
- Page 115. See the results of a collaboration between choreographers Eleni Grove and Matina Phillips and the participants in community movement and story-building workshops. Suitable for all ages. FREE.

At left: alight dance theater, photographed by David Dowling

   
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Ceramics Program: Winter Studio Calendars

Check here to see when the rooms are available for open studio time.
Handbuilding/Glaze Room
Wheel Room
Calendars are subject to change.

Gentle reminder: when an adult class is in session, participants may
only enter a studio to access their personal shelves. No entry during children’s classes. Thank you for your courtesy.


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Greenbelt Museum Programs

Greenbelt Community Center exhibit (ongoing):
The Knowing Hands that Carve this Stone: The New Deal Art of Lenore Thomas Straus

Historic house tours at 10-B Crescent Road
Sundays, 1-5pm. Admission: $3 or less.

 More information at Greenbelt Museum

   
 old greenbelt theatre

Greenbelt’s Historic CinemaTheatre Logo

Discover the Old Greenbelt Theatre, a single-screen house owned by the City of Greenbelt and operated by Friends of Greenbelt Theatre, a community non-profit organization. Films and special programs for all ages!

Learn more at Greenbelt Theatre

   
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City of Greenbelt arts programs are presented with the support of the
Maryland State Council. 

Learn more at www.msac.org

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