Community Calendar

Looking for fun activities for your kids? Or how about a new wildlife documentary film screening? Or maybe, a workshop on gardening or bike repair?

Our calendar features upcoming community events for those who enjoy a mix of outdoors, activism, creativity, and learning. Make the My Green Montgomery calendar your first stop to planning your week.

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TO BE RESCHEDULED: Green Learning Series: Organic Lawn Care

Gaithersburg Library 18330 Montgomery Village Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD

Join Mary Travaglini, Sustainable Landscapes Manager for the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection, to learn about healthy soils and tips for maintaining your lawn without synthetic fertilizers or pesticides.

“Lighten Up” Lightbulb Exchange

Gaithersburg Library 18330 Montgomery Village Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD

Montgomery Energy Connection, a program of Montgomery County is excited to bring “Lemons & LEDs” to your Library. Join us on Wednesday, July 21st at the Gaithersburg Library to swap out your old incandescent and compact fluorescent (CFL) lightbulbs. Our motto is “lemons are sour, saving money is sweet!” Come swap your bulbs for energy

Free

Clean Energy Week: Lightbulb Exchange

Gaithersburg Library 18330 Montgomery Village Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD

National Clean Energy Week is a celebration of the policies, industries, and innovations that power our daily lives while producing no or very little greenhouse gas emissions. Despite the very real technological and political challenges, a clean energy future is in our reach, and America is ready to lead the way. As part of Clean Energy

Energy Express at Gaithersburg Library

Gaithersburg Library 18330 Montgomery Village Avenue, Gaithersburg, MD

Energy Express is a summer event for kids and families to learn about energy usage. As a partnership between the Department of Environmental Protection and Montgomery County Public Libraries, these presentations will take place across the County’s libraries as part of the Summer Reading Program. And for the first time since 2019, Energy Express presentations