Sports. Art. Nature. Prince George’s has it all, and April is a great time to experience the variety of activities offered in the region. You can take in a game at the university, participate in a professional dance class, or hike through history with expert park guides. Pick your passion and explore it.
Check out one of these April events and activities:
- Reserve a ticket at the Bowie Playhouse to see Arthur Miller’s All My Sons. The show, which tells the story of a suburban businessman holding a long-held secret, runs through April 23.
- Cheer on the University of Maryland women’s lacrosse team as they take on Ohio State on April 8. Deck yourself in college gear and then head to the SECU Stadium College Park
- Discover what rural life was like in the 1800s through a Patuxent River Park Guided Tour. Join the walk on April 9 to get details on the park’s log cabin, blacksmith shop, tobacco farming barn, and more.
- The Marietta House Museum is hosting a talk on April 13 to discuss the ties between the Atlantic Slave Trade, 18th-century life in Prince George’s County, and modern human trafficking in the region. Take part in this important and provoking conversation.
- Join the Prince George’s Audubon Society at the Governor Bridge Natural Area on April 15 for an early morning walk. Spot birds that call this region, with its diverse ecosystems, home.
- Bring the kids to the Old Greenbelt Theatre for a storytime on the big screen. Hosts will read stories, play a short film, and prepare a child-friendly art activity on April 17.
- Get centered at the Craft and Create event on April 19 at the Hillcrest Heights Library. Adults are welcome at this event; focused on meditative coloring, where supplies are provided.
- Merge your love for gaming and music at the 3rd Annual Video Game Music Concert at Prince George’s County Community College on April 22. Before the Washington Metropolitan Gamer Symphony Orchestra performs , Dr. Richard Anatone will give a special pre-concert talk.
- The Dallas Black Dance Theatre is coming to the Prince George’s Publick Playhouse for a master class on April 27. Teens and adults can participate in praise choreography led by professionals.
Check out more events in Prince George’s for this month and beyond.