LAP SWIMMING. Aquatic Center indoor pool.
SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT. Braden Field #2, Schrom Hills Park. Continuation of competition from 9:00am Saturday.
HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT. Horseshoe pits (adjacent to Aquatic Center). Doubles competition. Ages 16 and older.
RECREATIONAL SWIMMING. Aquatic Center outdoor pool open to the public.
ARTFUL AFTERNOON. Community Center (2nd floor). Student/faculty art show, fall arts program review, artists' open house, live performances, ceramics demonstration and sale.
HAM RADIO STATION. Community Center Lawn. Central Maryland Amateur Radio Club operators will contact hams from other states and nations. Come to watch or assist.
CARNIVAL OPEN. Midway. Rides, games, food, sale & information booths.
CHILDREN'S SCAVENGER HUNT. Youth Center. Walking scavenger hunt in and around the Youth Center and Festival area.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT. Stage. Delightful duo "24U".
MUSEUM OPEN. Greenbelt Museum, 10-B Crescent Road. Open to the public. 1938 Greenbelt Flag on display. Guided tours of historic house with original Greenbelt furnishings.
ART SHOW. Community Center. Exhibits by Greenbelt artists of all ages.
PHOTO SHOW. Community Center. Exhibits of amateur & professional photos.
ADULT SCAVENGER HUNT. Youth Center. First team back wins the prize.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT. Stage. Singer John Hill with his guitar.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT. Stage. Singer Ida Seibert.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT. Arts Center. Shakespeare on the Green performance of "A Midsummer Night's Dream".
15K RACE. Registration at Youth Center by 4:45pm. Starting line at intersection of Northway and Woodland Way. Annual Labor Day Larry Noel Race. Call DC Roadrunners Hotline at 703-241-0395.
3K FUN RUN. Registration at Braden Field Tennis Courts by 4:45pm. Starting line at path behind Youth Center, with run continuing around Greenbelt Lake.
MISS GREENBELT PAGEANT. Stage. Formal dresses & public speaking competitions. Crowning of winning contestants.
AWARD PRESENTATIONS. Stage. Presentation of awards for Art Show, Photo Show and Best Decorated Booth.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT. Stage. Baltimore band "Pride".