Next Meetup

Burmese Food + Life on the Edge
Enjoy Burmese food at Mandalay Bay (http://www.yelp.com/biz/mandalay-restaurant-and-cafe-silver-spring), followed by a free talk sponsored by the Maryland Native Plant Society (http://mdflora.org/events.html). (Please only rsvp here if you plan to attend dinner and the talk. No need to rsvp here for talk only.) Life on the Edge (Tuesday) 1/30/2018 7:30 PM Silver Spring Civic Center, Silver Spring, MD Speaker: Karen Molines, MNPS Board Member and Local Naturalist Talk description TBD Location: Silver Spring Civic Center (http://www.silverspringdowntown.com/go/silver-spring-civic-building-and-veterans-plaza), 1 Veterans Pl, Silver Spring, MD 20910. (GPS device address: 8525 Fenton Street, Silver Spring) It's at the intersection of Ellsworth Drive and Fenton Street. Parking in the garage across street from the civic center, on Ellsworth, is free if you enter after 7:00 p.m. The program is open to non-members. Registration is not required. Sponsored by Maryland Native Plant Society.

Mandalay Restaurant & Café

930 Bonifant Street · Silver Spring, MD

What we're about

Public Group

Meet other outdoors enthusiasts who are environmentally conscious and spiritually inclined. Of course you don't have to be all three! Our main purpose is to enjoy nature, whether it is hiking, biking, camping, backpacking or bird-watching. We'll also try to do our part to protect the environment by joining clean-ups, trail maintenance, etc., Being with nature is also great for the spirit, but when we are not outdoors we'll do meditation, book-reading, etc., We'll do our own events or join the activities of Sierra Club, hiking and biking clubs, other outdoor and environmental groups and also meditation groups. I have found that enjoying nature brings me in touch with my roots as a human being and helps me to connect better with other living beings and people, without any barriers.

Disclaimer: We provide a way for meeting people with similar interests on a voluntary basis. Participants in our events are responsible for their own safety.

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