Public Notices


Public art – Do you know of a good place in your neighborhood for a mural or sculpture? Tell the city where you want public art. Drop us an email with your ideas at

The Missing Ingredient is You! Are you a connector of sorts and do you particularly enjoy the process of helping connect with causes? Currently the Lifelong Takoma Planning Committee could use your help. For more information on event day volunteering please contact Colleen Clay at or Karen Maricheau at or at 301-891-7232.

Takoma Park Volunteer Fire Department (TPVFD) Room Rental – The Takoma Park Volunteer Fire Department (TPVFD) classroom space is a (2,040 sq. ft. /36x72ft.) fully carpeted room. Kitchenette for limited food preparation, a men’s single restroom and a women’s single restroom both handicap accessible, a white board, room dividers, banquet tables, chairs, and built-in waist-level cabinet space for laying out food or other items. The maximum occupancy is 75 individuals. All requests should be directed through the TPVFD Administrative Office (240) 773-8954.

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Try Morris dance – Dance in England! We need more dancers for our summer 2017 England tour. FREE practice/learning sessions start in September, most Thursdays, 8:00 PM, Knock on Wood Tap Studio, 6925 Willow Street, NW, Washington, DC (Takoma, DC).  Try it out, no obligation. Foggy Bottom Morris Men are Washington DC area’s premiere men’s morris dance team. Men who wish to attend or who have questions, email Rock Creek Morris Women also seek new (women) dancers. Their practices are Weds. evenings, 7:30 at Bethesda Elementary School. More info.

Opportunities at The Takoma Voice – interns, reporters, columnists wanted for this community news publication. Gain reporting/writing experience, editorial guidance, and a readership. by William L. Brown