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Learn how to copy them to your computer. Make separate folders for all your groups of pictures. Email them to family and friends. Bring your charger and cord to class. Instructor: Andre Hickman. Course 27752
Rockville 11 will broadcast one of three candidate forums live on channel 11 on county cable systems and livestreamed at www.rockvillemd.gov/rockville11. Replays will be available on Rockville 11 and at youtube.com/cityofrockville.
Community members are invited to attend 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26 at Thomas Farm Community Center, 700 Fallsgrove Drive. Presented by the Greater Rockville Chamber of Commerce.
This meeting will be held virtually via WebEx.
This meeting will be held virtually via WebEx. For details, please contact Bryan Barnett-Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When and how do I backup my system? How long do I hold my backups? What type of backup media is the best? Learn the answers to these and other important questions you might have. Instructor: Andre Hickman. Course 27753
Join The Rockville City Police Department as part of Rockville Goes Purple to learn about opioids and drug problems in our community, and how you can help. Course 27719
Please refer to Meeting Agenda for location details.
Enrollment allows you to make changes to your Medicare coverage. Join or switch to a different Medicare Advantage or Medicare Part D plan during open enrollment. Learn about your options with the Montgomery County State Health Insurance Assistance Program. 28894
The Rockville City Police Department want your drugs. As part of the annual National DEA Prescription Drug Takeback and Rockville Goes Purple, bring unused unwanted, or expired prescription and over-the-counter medications to the Senior Center, where officers will be available to take the for disposal. Course 27720
Free fresh produce and shelf stable food for anyone, provided by the Capital Area Food Bank. This occurs every fourth Thursday of the month except the weeks of Thanksgiving and Christmas.
To join by phone:
The Harvest Moon is the closest full moon to the fall equinox and its bright light allowed farmers to harvest their crops late into the night. Join a naturalist for an evening hike to learn more moon-lore while looking for nocturnal animals who roam the forest preserve at night! Ages 6+.
Jury Parking Lot, Corner of Rt. 28 and Monroe St. in Rockville Town Center.
Take time with your little one to go exploring with a naturalist. Hiking, games and hands-on learning are all part of the fun! Registration required. Ages 2-5.
Rockville Town Center
Rocktobierfest features two stages of entertainment, including German and rock music. Guests can also enjoy beverages for sale by local breweries and participants, food, and an artisan shopping area.