Watch a star-crossed romance under the stars at Montpelier


July 26, 1996|By Lourdes Sullivan | Lourdes Sullivan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

Remember that tonight you and your loved ones can see a free performance of "Romeo and Juliet" under the stars.

Bring a blanket, a light repast and your crew to the grounds of Montpelier Mansion for an evening of star-crossed romance put on by the Washington Stage Guild.

The group will first perform a short musical play about the 300-year history of Prince George's County.

The performance will begin at 7: 30 p.m., so plan to get there right after work.

The mansion is at the Route 197 exit of the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.

Hammond High honors

Lest astute readers think I've forgotten, here is the continuation of the roll of honored scholars from Hammond High. Congratulations to these fine seniors who earned certificates of merit: Kathleen Sara Kennedy, Emily Christine Kita, Amanda Lorne Klinefelder, Carol Lynn Kundert, Erin Kathleen Lally, Karen Linda Lowry, Kristie Lynne Mack, Erin Leslie Marsden, Matthew Robert Matarozza, David Duff McClung, Mark McCarron Menikheim, Michael Richard Menikheim, Gregory Girard Minah and Ainara Enid Moulier.

Other honorees are: Akil Hassan Nelson, Joseph Michael Norsworthy Jr., Molly Christina O'Donnell, James Hayward Ortega, Jennifer Blye Oxenden, Alexandra Corrinne Podolny, Sandeep Kumar Puri, Zane Alan Rickard, Jeannean Therese Roberts, Rebecca Joyce Robinson, Amy Michel Rosenberg, Jennifer Faith Rosendorf, Suzanne Elyse Rusk and Angela Marie Ruud.

They also are joined by: Jessica Lynn Sacks, Jennifer Rachel Sager, Leah Jamie Schneider, Steven David Seely, Suzanne Serianni, Maritta Lynn Shipp, RuDon Ashanti Showers, Shalendra Singh, Lauren Anne Smith, Kristi Nicole Souder, Jason Scott Speigle, William Ray Staton and Terry Joe Stockham Jr.

More fine scholars next week. Jaycees meeting

The August meeting of the Patuxent Area Junior Chamber of Commerce will be held at 7: 30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Talbot Springs Neighborhood Center.

This is a change of venue from the usual site at the Other Barn in Oakland Mills. All interested members and prospective members are invited.

At Savage Library

Make a note that two Wednesdays from now, Aug. 7, Kim's Karate School of Laurel and Bam's Martial Arts Educators will demonstrate the ancient sport of karate at the Savage Library.

See exciting moves and breathtaking speed as these youngsters show off their prowess. This is a drop-in program for children ages 6 and older.

Plan to spend a quiet hour reading while the kids are watching. The program will run from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

For details and directions, call the library at (410) 880-5978.

The library doesn't want anyone to feel left out of its programming, so this month there is also a four-week story session for 2-year-olds and parents, called "Time for Us."

Registration will open Mondayfor the Savage branch's August offering of this program, to be held at 10: 30 a.m. Mondays from Aug. 5 to 26. For more information, call Jean Salkeld at (410) 880-5978.

For slightly older children who can sit by themselves, the library will present Just For Me.

This five-week story time program will run from Aug. 1 to 29 at 1: 30 p.m. Thursdays. No registration is required.

Pub Date: 7/26/96

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