Celebrate architecture, wine and nature under the treetops of Piscataway Park at the 2016 Moyaone Reserve Homes Tour, Saturday, April 30, 2016, from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. The Moyaone Reserve is a special neighborhood in Accokeek, Md., just 20 miles south of Capitol Hill. The heavily wooded community of 180 home is situated along the Potomac
PISCATAWAY PARK NATURE TRAILS ARE JUST STEPS AWAY FROM THE MOYAONE RESERVE The Accokeek Foundation in partnership with the National Park Service maintains a number of nature trails in Piscataway Park. These trails are just a short walk from the properties for sale on West Ridge Road in the Moyaone Reserve. Move into 14900 West Ridge
Details Sat, Jan 10, 6:00 PM 3400 Bryan Point Rd 3400 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, MD, United States The Homegrown Coffeehouse -16th Season with The Blue Rhythm BoysOne of our favorites, the Blue Rhythm Boys, will be returning to the Homegrown Stage, Saturday, January 10th, 8pm. Tom Mitchell and Jim Stephason, blend the blues of
The Washington Post featured the Moyaone Reserve in it’s “Where we Live” column on Saturday, October 18, 2014. The column, written by freelance journalist Audrey Hoffer gave a nice assessment of this wonderful community – “it’s a community at home with nature”. In addition to successfully capturing the feel of the community, two local foundations
On Saturday, September 20, 2014 from 12 – 5 pm, the Accokeek Foundation will host Food for Thought a one-day festival featuring nationally and locally recognized writers, activists, and performers inspiring us to eat sustainably and well. “This event brings together James McWilliams, along with local farmer and activist Forrest Pritchard, Co-Chairperson of Slow Food
Celebrating with Pride on the Potomac Saturday, July 12, 11am – 5pm Admission $10/person (Members $7); Children 10 and under are Free *FREE admission for visitors arriving by boat, bike, or who have advanced registration for kayak tours!* Returning for its second year at Piscataway Park, Celebrating the Potomac is a celebration of Potomac River
The Accokeek Foundation offers unique educational programs about Maryland’s history, modern sustainable agriculture, and natural resource stewardship. Entertaining tours and performances, customized experience based activities, and service learning opportunities help people connect to the land and to one another. Sited along the banks of the Potomac River, The Accokeek Foundation at Piscataway Park is
The Moyaone Reserve welcomes new neighbors to the community as two houses changed owners in the last two weeks. One of the properties was home to two mid-century modern structures: A 2 bed – 1 bath A-Frame and custom 1,100+ sq. ft. Charles Goodman-designed studio space with walls of glass. On 7+ wooded acres.
Check out the upcoming Blues concert Jan 18th, Saturday with Memphis Gold, Charlie Sayles with Steve Wolf. National Colonial Farm, 3400 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, MD 20607 Saturday, January 18, 2014, doors open with light meal and desserts at 6:00pm, opening act starts at 7:15.
The Moyaone Reserve is one of the Washington DC area’s best kept secrets — so close to all that the city has to offer but with the benefits and ambiance of a huge private country estate with woods, streams, meadows and gardens. The community is also one of our nation’s first and most successful land