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Baltimore Chapter Event: Holiday Party



Parklawn Recreation Building
1601 East-West Hwy
Adelphi, Maryland  20783
United States


Luke Matanin

Event Details

Join MDSPE Bronze Partner ATCS at their annual clean-up of the Sligo Creek Trail, a Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission Department of Parks and Recreation trail in Prince George’s County. As sponsors of the trail, ATCS has committed to a biannual trail clean up. On May 12, they will have their third trail clean up and have extended an invite to all MDSPE members! In the past, they have invited political candidates, MBIA, Stanley Martin Homes, and other clients and community members to the clean-up. 

The clean-up typically lasts for two hours and we follow the clean-up with “field day”- yard games, drinks, and snacks at the park. 


Friday, May 12


1PM – 3:30PM (field day to follow)


Please fill out this MS Form to register. In case weather changes plans, this will allow us to notify attendees:

This is an open invitation, so participants and members are encouraged to invite colleagues, family, and friends.


Parklawn Recreation Building, 1601 East-West Hwy, Adelphi, MD 20783

Use the Trail Map to find exact location, Google Maps is not the most accurate. This should be located south of and off of East-West Hwy (Rte 410) between Riggs Rd (Rte 212) and Chillum Manor Rd

What To Wear:

Closed Toe Shoes/Hiking Shoes
Hat if desired
Recommended: Pants, t-shirt, high socks

What To Bring:

Sunscreen/bug spray if desired
Snacks/Lunch if desired
Backpack to store any of the above… we may be up to 1.5 miles from the meeting point

Trash bags, trash grabbers, and latex work gloves will be provided (Bring your own work/gardening gloves if desired). Park and Planning will have 3 trucks for us to fill!

Note: We will be cleaning up trash for ~2.1 miles along the Sligo Creek Trail.
Clean-up area includes some exposed flat grassy areas and some shaded steep slopes along the stream bank. Some areas may be overgrown, have ticks and/or poison ivy.

We hope you can join us!

For more information please contact Luke Matanin.