August 23, 2019

Cherry Blossoms! Just in Time for Festival

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The cherry blossoms are in bloom and just in time for the second annual Lexington Park Cherry Blossom Festival on Sunday, April 8, 2018. The festival is free and opens at noon with the Great Mills High School Hornets Marching Band and opening remarks by CAPT Jason Hammond, commanding officer of Naval Air Station Patuxent River.

Wanted: Former Flattops, Carver Heights Residents

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The second annual Lexington Park Cherry Blossom Festival will include some special guests this year. The St. Mary’s Community Development Corp. has invited former residents of Lexington Manor (aka The Flattops) and Carver Heights as special guests to the ArtsPark event April 8, 2018.

Get Along Little Doggies to the Costume Parade

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Returning this year to the Lex Park ArtsParks Cherry Blossom Festival on April 8 will be the popular dog costume parade. Bring Fido in his favorite outfit.

Lex Park ArtsPark Cherry Blossom Fest Set April 8

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The Lex Park Arts Park will welcome visitors to its second annual Cherry Blossom Festival beginning at noon Sunday, April 8, 2018. If the weather is just right, a couple hundred cherry trees could be in full bloom.

Cherry Blossom Festival Opens at 11 April 9, Costumed Dog Parade at Noon

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Great Mills High School Marching Band to open the 2017 ArtsPark Cherry Blossom Festival and followed by Broadway, Salsa, Gospel, Chorale, and Orchestral emsembles throughout the afternoon. Winner of Lexington Park Alive! mural competition announced at 4 at the Three Notch Theatre.

Inaugural Cherry Blossom Festival April 9

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Artists, musicians, actors, even costumed dogs are joining in to launch an ArtsPark at the former Lexington Manor neighborhood with an inaugural Cherry Blossom Festival on April 9, 2017.

Lexington Park Seeks Artist for First Public Mural

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Lexington Park is seeking an artist for its first public mural. The St. Mary’s Community Development Corp. is soliciting design proposals for a mural in black and white plus one accent color to appear on all or part of a 15-foot-high and 50-foot-wide cinderblock wall visible from a busy Lexington Park intersection.