Visit Us at 7328 Carroll Avenue
Winter 2015 Events at 7328 Carroll AvenueTuesday, January 13, 7-8:30 PM — "Thanks for the Memories." A benefit for Historic Takoma. Pam Holland, founder of Mindful Decluttering & Organizing, LLC, will teach a workshop on what to do with photos and other memorabilia that represent important pieces of our past (delete- and our heritage). Learn how to decide what to keep and how to keep it. Develop your own personal guidelines for what is important in your life now and for the future. For information and to register, visit clutterfreenow.wordpress.com. There is a recommended donation to Historic Takoma of $15 to $25.
Friday, January 16, 7-9 PM — "Pay 2 Play: Democracy's High Stakes." A film by John Ennis details his quest to find a way out from under the pay to play political system and how much of a difference one person can make. Hosted by the Maryland Committee to Amend and Historic Takoma. Free.
Thursday, January 29, 7-8:30 PM — "Designing the Perfect Kitchen," Donna Godwin, ASID and Director of Design Services for historic local firm Galliher and Huguely, presents design ideas for the kitchen of your dreams. Donna will be bringing all the latest and greatest in design information from her recent attendance at the National Kitchen & Bath Show. Offered as part of Historic Takoma's Home Renovation Series. Free.
Wednesday, February 18, 7-9 PM — "What We Can Learn from English Gardens" with speaker Carolyn Mullet. Takoma Horticultural Club. Free.
Please check for new additions, as events are still being added for the winter season!
7328 Carroll Avenue
Takoma Park, MD 20912
P.O. Box 5781
Takoma Park, MD 20913
When visiting Historic Takoma, please walk, bike or take public transportation. Parking is available either in the public lot adjacent to the TPSS Coop, or in front of or behind the Carroll Avenue businesses that are accessed from Lee Avenue.
Help create a FINDING HISTORY GuideYou are invited to review Finding History in Montgomery County, a guide of historical resources in the county, compiled in conjunction with Montgomery County Historical Society. The goal is to expand this current pdf version and convert it to an interactive format for distribution to the general public. Please send comments to Diana Kohn.
Who was J. Enos Ray?
by Diana KohnThe gentleman pictured here is closely associated with the wooded part of the Washington-McLaughlin property purchased by the City this week. His name was J. Enos Ray (more properly James Enos Ray, Jr). His family once owned this land, north of where Poplar Avenue crosses New Hampshire. Ray was a prominent Prince George's County politician at the turn of the 20th century. He sold the land to the Prince George's County Schools for an elementary school, which they proceeded to name after him.
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