Don’t Miss the Summer Concerts at RIO Washingtonian Center

The RIO Washingtonian Center isn't your average mall. For one thing, it invites you to step outside into the fresh air as you move from one shop or restaurant to the next. It also boasts some fun recreational activities, like paddle boats, a trackless train, and a carousel. But perhaps most importantly, the shopping center […]

Tee Off at the Miniature Golf Course at Bohrer Park

Situated in the heart of a picturesque public green space, the Miniature Golf Course at Bohrer Park easily outshines its competitors based on location alone. It's the neighbor to a local water park, a skate park, and a collection of special event pavilions. But the location is just part of the reason that this 18-hole […]

Sip and Swish at Vino Nostra

As you can probably surmise from its name, Vino Nostra specializes in fine wines, many of them made right here in California. Its wine list offers a carefully curated selection of both reds and whites, from cabernet and pinot noir to chardonnay and sauvignon blanc. These are in addition to the craft brews and ciders […]

Pick Up a New Beach Read at Half Off Books

Half Off Books isn't like your average used bookstore, where you're required to sift through stacks of worn literature in search of that one diamond in the rough. The shop offers an online catalog of its inventory so that you can see if it has a book in stock before you visit. Half Off also […]

Try the Grandma Duck at Kiin Imm Thai Restaurant

You've probably never tasted anything quite like the Grandma Duck dish at Kiin Imm Thai Restaurant, which just opened in March. It's one of the chef's specialties. The chef begins by searing a duck breast to crispy and golden-brown, then he adds a brown sauce infused with tomatoes, bell peppers and brussels sprouts, and pineapple […]

Bring Your Pup to Canines & Cocktails at the Kentlands Mansion

The beautiful grounds of the Kentlands Mansion are always open to humans, but your pup is invited to tag along to Canines & Cocktails on Thursday, July 19th. This special "yappy hour" serves as a great chance for dog owners and their pups to mix and mingle with some bites and rinks from 6 to […]

Break a Sweat (for Free!) During Yoga & Zumba in the Park

The city of Gaithersburg is making it easy to stay in shape this summer without breaking the bank. Put your gym membership on pause and reap the benefits of the summer's weekly outdoor fitness classes at the City Hall Welcome Pavilion, running now through the end of August. If you're free on Tuesday nights, join […]

Enjoy Live Music During Evenings in Olde Towne

Take full advantage of the warm summer nights and skip happy hour to head outside for Evenings in Old Towne. The concerts unfold at the City Hall Concert Pavilion every Thursday now through the end of September. Pack up some lawn chairs or a blanket and head to the pavilion a little before 6 p.m. […]

Celebrate Independence Day Early at the Gaithersburg SummerFest on June 30

A few days before the Fourth of July, your city will celebrate Independence Day at the Gaithersburg SummerFest. The festivities kick off at 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 30th at sprawling Bohrer Park. From the first live music performance to the very last firework, SummerFest has lots of fun in store. A local dance band […]

MOM’s Organic Market: Making the World a Healthier Place

MOM’s Organic Market – Gaithersburg is more than just an eco-friendly grocery store. Its inventory boasts some up-and-coming healthy foods that you can't find anywhere else, even many specialty stores. Case in point: the snacks crafted from insect proteins. You might be surprised by how delicious a protein powder made from crickets tastes—and it's much […]