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  1. Kids Kaboose

    February 19, 2019, 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ Bowie Welcome Center and Railroad Museum

    All aboard our 1975 Chessie Caboose and watch Amtrak trains whiz by up and down the Northeast Corridor. Make your way to the Railroad Depot to enjoy a Lego Model Train Display and then participate in a craft and/or story time in the Welcome Center. For ages 1 - 11 years with adult.

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  2. Movie Day at the Senior Center: Black Panther

    February 19, 2019, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Bowie Senior Center

    Join us we show the movie Black Panther. Experience this award winning motion picture based on a fictional superhero. “Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa/Black Panther: The king of the African nation of Wakanda, who gains enhanced strength by ingesting the heart-shaped herb. He ascends to the throne following the death of his father T’Chaka in Captain America; Civil War (2016).”

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Meetings

  1. Council Meeting

    February 19, 2019, 8:00 PM

    Update on Environmental Initiatives - The Chair of the Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) will brief City Council on the next steps for a Green Bowie.(Planning Dept., ext. 3047) Mid-Year Budget Report – Staff will update Council on City finances and progress toward the completion of budget objectives. (Finance Dept., ext. 3025) Police Department Update – The Police Chief will brief Council on the status of various matters in the Police Department. (Police Dept., ext. 5700) The public is encouraged to attend City Council meetings. Residents may speak during the Citizen Participation portion of each meeting or during Public Hearings. To view discussion items at future Council meetings, please visit www.cityofbowie.org/agenda. Please contact City Clerk Awilda Hernandez for more information at 301-809-3029 or ahernandez@cityofbowie.org.

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Senior Trips

  1. National Cryptologic Museum - Lunch at Mamma Roma's - THIS TRIP IS FULL

    February 19, 2019, 9:45 AM - 2:30 PM

    The tour covers cryptologic history and the role that making and breaking codes has had in American/world history. You'll hear how messages were sent in the Civil War, how the U.S. entered WWI due to a broken coded German message, touch a real working German Enigma from WWII, see the machine that decrypted the Japanese "Dec. 7, 1941" message, and learn about the Native American Code. Be prepared for walking and standing during tour. Cost includes lunch at Mamma Roma’s in Odenton.

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