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Events online

 Our library system offers a wide variety of events and entertainment to the whole community.

The President's Own United States Marine Band, Col. Jason K. Fettig, Director, offers a live concert series online. You can also watch past concerts on their YouTube page.

The Folger Shakespeare Library is all about Shakespeare and more, with excerpts from past performances, podcasts, virtual events, and blogs.

Check out the online offerings from the Smithsonian. Many are free.

National Philharmonic’s 2020-2021 concert season, conducted by Maestro Piotr Gajewski, will be streamed from the stage of The Music Center at Strathmore to a device of your choice at no charge. Programs feature a mix of classical masters you love, like Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, and Chopin, and contemporary composers that may become new favorites, including Jessie Montgomery, Carlos Simon, Adolphus Hailstork, Henry Dehlinger, and Janice Hammer.

Next Avenue offers content of interest to seniors on health, money and policy, work and purpose, living and caregiving. Access is free but membership/donations are encouraged.

Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation offers county-wide and virtual activities for all age groups and interests. Explore here.


The Metropolitan Washington YMCA offers free virtual fitness classes with the Fit & Well Seniors program. Register to receive a monthly calendar of activities.

The Folklore Society of Greater Washington creates opportunities for participation in the joys of traditional dance, music, and storytelling in the Washington DC metro area, both virtual and in person. Many events are free.

The Old Greenbelt Theater, Prince George's only non-profit cinema, offers free Monday matinees featuring golden oldies, recent releases you may not find easily elsewhere, and outdoor movies on Friday nights.