September 27, 2020

Art & Lifestyle:

Reminder: Census Deadline Is Sept. 30 -

Saturday, September 26, 2020

Music Series Continues With Oct. 2-3 Events -

Friday, September 25, 2020

GM Pool to Close Temporarily for Maintenance -

Saturday, September 19, 2020

‘Water Taxi’ Painting Donated to Museum -

Friday, September 18, 2020

Gallery-V Seeks ‘Quarantine’ Submissions

Gallery-V, an emerging online exhibit space, is accepting submissions for its first show, “Quarantine Dreams.” Anyone with art created during the COVID quarantine may submit now through June 26, 2020.

Lex Park History to Anchor Pax Museum Exhibit

Lex Park History

St. Mary’s Community Development Corporation completes a Lexington Park history in three panels — highlighting the Flattops and Carver Heights. The storyboards are headed to the Pax River Naval Air Museum for display along with aerial photos of Lexington Park through the decades.

2nd Lexington Park Mural Completed

Lexington Park Mural

Artist Rainbow is the second professional mural St. Mary’s Community Development Corp. has installed in Lexington Park, MD. Designed and installed by North Beach, MD, artist Roz Racanello, the collage of portraits includes a wide array of creators with the message: Artists come in every color of the rainbow. Visit the latest Lexington Park mural along Art Alley off eastbound Great Mills Road next to Amazing Nails 2 and Spa. 

2nd Lex Park Mural Seeks Steady-Handed Artists

The CDC is seeking artists of all ages to help trace Lexington Park’s second major mural onto the side of WorkSpace at 46940 S. Shangri-La Drive. Tracing occurs at night, on scaffolding. Artists need a steady hand to trace the design onto the wall. Send an example of your work for a chance to join the transfer team.

Lexington Park Geo-Trail Wins Heritage Grant

Successful Lexington Park MD heritage geo-trail to resupply commemorative coins and geocaches with a grant from So. Md. Heritage Area Consortium

Lexington Park Could Soon Be Eligible for Heritage Grants

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The Southern Maryland Heritage Area Consortium is looking to add Lexington Park to its grant area.