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Puppets Artful Afternoon
Sunday, February 7. 1-4pm. FREE
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road

All ages welcome. Hands-on crafts, 1-3pm, room 113. Blue Sky Puppet Theatre 
performs “The Jester’s Box” at 3pm in the gym. From 1-4pm, enjoy a studio open house with the Center’s Artists in Residence plus Art Gallery and Greenbelt Museum exhibits. In case of inclement weather, call 301-474-0646 for recorded information.
Orlando Furioso

Greenbelt Winter Youth Musical - Stagecraft volunteers welcome
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road

Have fun creating costumes and props for Chris Cherry’s new adaptation of the 
medieval epic poem Orlando Furioso. Volunteers ages 13 to adult welcome. Teens may receive school service credit. Work in our studio, and/or check out projects to complete at home. Sewing skills appreciated but not required. Contact Nicole DeWald, production designer, for more information:


Winter Activity Guide

Follow this link to explore classes, special events and much more for all ages in the Greenbelt Recreation Department’s online quarterly publication. Winter classes begin in January. 

All programs are open to both residents and non-residents of Greenbelt. Registration is open for all patrons.


Art Exhibition
November 16, 2015 - January 22, 2016
Open daily. FREE
Greenbelt Community Center Art Gallery, 15 Crescent Road

Oriented Strands: Paintings by Chris Zickefoose

latern 2016 Festival of Lights Juried Art and Craft Fair: Applications Welcome
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road
Crafters, writers, musicians, filmmakers, youth and non-profit groups: applications for booth space at this year’s show will be considered on a rolling through basis through September 30. Fair takes place December 3 and 4. Information and applications.
At left: lantern by Janet Evander. 
lenore 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!


Artist in Residence Program
Greenbelt Community Center

24-hour access. Approximately 10’ X 17’ plus common areas and sink in a room shared with two other artists. $179.45. Write to Nicole DeWald for more information. Apply now for studio space! Available in March. 

At left: participating artist Karen Arrington in her studio.

dancers Contra Dances
Beginner dance lesson: 6:30pm. 
Dancing: 7:00 - 9:45pm.
Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Road
$10 per person (cash) at the door for ages 18+. 
$5 for ages 7-17. Free for ages 6 and under. 

Presented with the Greater Washington Folklore Society.
Upcoming dates: February 6 and April 2.