News Releases

  1. Dine ‘N’ Learn: Celebrate National Nutrition Month with M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation

    March is National Nutrition Month! Check out the FREE Healthy Cooking Demonstrations the M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation has prepared for your taste buds to enjoy. Learn how to prepare delicious, healthy meals and snacks in these step-by-step Read on...
  2. Women in Music: M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation’s Spring 2019 Lecture Series

    Explore the vibrant history of African American women in music during M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation’s lecture series. Discover the barrier breakers, earth shakers, and hitmakers who paved the way for today’s artists. Read on...
  3. March Madness: Upcoming M-NCPPC, Arts and History Events in Prince George’s County

    There’s no competition for the arts and history programming offered by the Department of Parks and Recreation in Prince George’s County! Choose from a host of events beginning now through April and you can decide for yourself who takes the title. Read on...
  4. 2019 Teen Dating Violence Summit: No Excuse For Dating Abuse

    Join the M-NCPPC, Department of Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Department of Family Services, Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, and the State’s Attorney’s Office, in a national effort to protect and educate young people about dating Read on...
  5. Department of Parks and Recreation President’s Day Holiday Schedule Facilities Open

    Most Department of Parks and Recreation facilities will be open, with administrative offices closed, on Monday, February 18, according to the following schedule: Read on...
  6. 2019 Teen Dating Violence Summit: No Excuse For Dating Abuse

    Join the Department of Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Department of Family Services and with the assistance of Circuit Court for Prince George’s County, States Attorney’s Office, in a national effort to protect and educate young people Read on...
  7. Moving Out, Moving In, Moving Up:The Department of Parks & Recreation Celebrates Black History Month

    Celebrate and honor African-American heritage during Black History Month in February and beyond. From performances to history lessons to panel discussions, there are plenty of exciting events and activities planned throughout Prince George's County. Read on...
  8. A Slice of History: Sweet Stories from the Department of Parks and Recreation

    Prince George’s County offers an abundance of historic sites. Plan your next family fun day at one of the Department of Parks and Recreation’s upcoming events. Read on...
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