2021 Taiwan Bubble Tea Festival

The Taiwan Bubble Tea Festival on 9/25 from 10am to 5pm is a family and kid friendly fun event, open to all.

In addition to offering a variety of bubble teas, the festival will provide education and outreach opportunities that aim to strengthen the social connections in our community. This year, there will be four different bubble tea vendors participating, providing various Taiwan-style food and snacks. RSVP and mark your calendar

The Rockville Arts Festival

The Rockville Arts Festival celebrates outstanding visual artists, live music and cultural performances, and art demonstrations by VisArts’ professional artists. The festival will take place on Gibbs Street on: Saturday, September 4th – Sunday September 5th from 11am – 5pm

This free, two-day, outdoor festival featuring 140 fine art and fine craft artisans. We close the streets to traffic and turn the area into a pedestrian-only thoroughfare for art and fun! Whether you’re shopping for a unique gift or looking for something special for yourself, you’ll find it at the Festival, where artists and artisans from 22 states showcase their one-of-a-kind creations at every price point.

Learn more about the Arts Festival on the VisArts website

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The fountain/splash pad is open until September 30th!

Hours: Monday – Saturday 11AM-9PM / Sunday – 12PM- 8PM

Splash Pad Open July 1

Plaza Oaxaca to open in Rockville Town Square in February

‘Authentic Mexican cuisine’ cornerstone of new restaurant

BY CAITLYNN PEETZ | DECEMBER 18, 2020

Plaza Oaxaca

Plaza Oaxaca, a Mexican restaurant, is expected to open in February in Rockville Town Square.

In a press release on Friday morning, landlord Federal Realty Investment Trust announced the restaurant will open at 141 Gibbs St. and provide “authentic Mexican cuisine to Rockville through their traditional food.”

The restaurant plans to host live music and dance nights when it is safe to do so after the public health emergency ends.

The 4,500-square-foot restaurant is owned by Cecilia Pastor and Maria Barragan.

It will be open Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Plaza Oaxaca’s name is a tribute to Pastor and Barragan’s hometown of Oaxaca, Mexico.

The restaurant’s website says in Spanish that the business is a “culmination of a dream” and its aim is to “transfer (diners) through our authentic and 100% artisan food to the prodigious and magical state of Oaxaca.”

This article originally appeared in Bethesda Magazine. Read the article here.

The Pick-Up

New Curbside Contactless Pick-Up Available at Rockville Town Square

The Pick-Up, a contactless curbside service, is here! Place your orders with your favorite Rockville Town Square shops and restaurants, park in a designated pick-up spot, and let them know you’ve arrived. Click here to view a map that highlights each pick-up area at Rockville Town Square.

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