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Relive *More* Great Greenbelt Festivals with these Videos

Readers told us they enjoyed this highlights video of the October 8 Crazy Quilt Music Festival, so catch up with *more* Greenbelt festivals and events in the fall of 2022 with these videos.

Greenbelt Blues Festival in Roosevelt Center, September 17, 2022

The Blues Festival, sponsored by Friends of New Deal Cafe ARTS and the New Deal Café with support from the City of Greenbelt, was a finalist in the Washington City Paper’s Best Music Festival reader poll for 2022. Video by Mike McMullin.

Arts Crawl in Roosevelt Center October 16, 2022

The first-ever Arts Crawl by sponsored by the Greenbelt Arts Advisory Board. Camera by John Campanile, Phoebe McFarb and Mike McMullin. Editing by John Campanile and Greenbelt Access Television.

Campfire Drumming in Greenbelt National Park, October 22, 2022

Campfire Drumming with Katy Gaughan in Greenbelt National Park was one of its most popular Campfire Program events ever! Visit the park online: https://www.nps.gov/gree/ Visit Katy Gaughan Drumming for Wellness online: https://www.katygaughan.com/ Video by Susan Harris for GreenbeltOnline.org and the Greenbelt, Maryland YouTube channel.

“Wild Rumpus” in Roosevelt Center, October 28, 2022

Hosted by the Greenbelt Recreation ARTS Program and directed by Nicole DeWald, “Wild Rumpus” was inspired by the Maurice Sendak book “Where the Wild Things Are.” Max was played by Emilia Loo and the Monster by Ken Loo. Additional performers included: Black Cherry Puppet Theater with local volunteers Isah Williams and Judy Goldberg-Strassler; bat dancers Mecca Lartigue of the Greenbelt Dance Studio with volunteers Kian Williams and Zian Williams; and the Greenbelt S.I.T.Y. Stars. Trick-or-Treating was sponsored by the Roosevelt Center merchants, the Greenbelt Arts Center, and the Greenbelt Branch Library, followed by free spooky short films at the Old Greenbelt Theatre.

Video by Susan Harris for GreenbeltOnline.org and the Greenbelt, Maryland YouTube channel. Thanks to the City of Greenbelt and James Wisniewski for the opening still photo.

Seen Around Greenbelt Lake, October 2022

Decorations by Marc and Diane Siegel. Kayaking werewolf played by Diane Siegel. Video by Susan Harris for GreenbeltOnline.org and the Greenbelt, Maryland YouTube channel.

Follow Susan Harris:
“Susan started blogging about Greenbelt soon after moving here in 2012, and that first blog has grown into this nonprofit community website. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she continues to blog at GardenRant.com. In 2021 Susan joined the Board of Directors of Greenbelt Access TV.

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