Fall 2018 Events + News

Beginning this week, 7 local artists' designs were fashioned into vinyl murals to wrap 15 traffic box cabinets were wrapped within the City of Hyattsville. This is made possible through funding from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s Community Legacy Program, and Maryland State Arts Council, with the support of the Maryland State Highway Administration. Installation is ongoing, by Focus Fulfillment.

For photos and a map, browse the Program Page, and read the full press release.
This Friday, November 16th at 6pm at CAMPspace, HyCDC is hosting a Small Business mixer in preparation for Small Business Saturday, and will be giving out promotional goodies for everyone. Local business owners, entrepreneurs, artists, and CDC members are invited! Please RSVP.
The CDC invites local residents and area stakeholders are invited to attend a free personal finance advice class, taught by local resident, Luke Brandon, Tuesday, November 27 at 7:30 at the City of Hyattsville Municipal Building. Budget and All That Jazz will cover the basics of personal finance in all-levels. A Q&A will follow. Learn more about Luke and the workshop.
The Riverdale Park Public Art Initiative has a Call for Artists out for five (5) sculptures of various styles and sizes to display for a one year-long placement, at pre-determined, publicly-accessible sites within the Town of Riverdale Park. Due Monday, December 17 at noon, view the full Call.

Browse a slideshow of sculptures over the years!
Grand Opening of Studio 3807
See the unveiling of the newest Sculptural Bus Shelter (designed by Kyle Miller and Tim Scofield, fabricated by Independent Custom Metalworks) and of the newly installed sculpture, “Aya” by Valerie Theberge, at the front entrance! 3807 Rhode Island Ave, Brentwood, MD 20722. Browse photos online.
All Things Small Business - Fall Update
Browse our last newsletter, which featured a list of new businesses that have opened in the City of Hyattsville this Fall.

Late additions to the newsletter:
Padek's Pharmacy, at Baltimore Ave & Oglethorpe St; and just a couple blocks down the street, Beholder El, Lavenda Lash Boutique and Walk In Closet, in the first floor retail of the 'Arts District Hyattsville' townhomes' strip. Also in the Prince George's Plaza Transit District, The Vie Cafe will open in Spring.
Explore the Rhode Island Avenue Trolley Trail
HyCDC was happy to speak along the Rhode Island Trolley Trail Bike Ride on November 4th, organized by the APBP National Capital Region Chapter. 

Browse the full Trolley Trail website, here.
Participate in Small Business Saturday this Thanksgiving 
If you didn't get our Small Business Saturday guide, please take a look! We're planning to do promos of local businesses and your shop small deals this November with interviews and other social media promotions. 
Looking to start a business in Hyattsville or along the Route 1 Corridor?
This guide is your one-stop shop for all things business in the Hyattsville, MD area. Whether you're looking to relocate to Prince George's County, start a business from scratch, or brush up on the best practices or requirements for businesses, this guide is for you.

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