Performing at:
The Writer’s Center
4508 Walsh Street
Bethesda MD 20815-6006

From Washington, D.C.
North on Wisconsin Avenue. Walsh Street is the second right off of Wisconsin north of Bradley Boulevard (Lane).

From Baltimore, MD
South on 95 to 495. West on 495 to Connecticut Avenue. South on Connecticut to Bradley (Route 191). Right and 1 mile to Wisconsin Ave. Right to Walsh Street (2 blocks).

From I-270
Come South on Wisconsin Avenue, crossing East-West Highway (410). Five blocks later, turn left on Leland. Just after Gaylord’s Lamps, turn right into the parking lot. Drive as far south as you can in the parking lot.

Between 4pm and 6pm only: Turn left at Willow (four blocks past East-West), right on 46th, right on Leland, and left into the parking lot beside Gaylord’s Lamps, etc.

From Silver Spring and East
Connecticut Avenue south to Bradley (route 191), right on Bradley, right on Wisconsin, and right on Walsh (2nd right).

From Chain Bridge
From MacArthur turn right at Sibley Hospital (Loughboro), left onto Dalecarlia to Westmoreland Circle; get off at Massachusetts Avenue going away from the city, right on Little Falls Parkway, right on Arlington Road, right on Bradley, left on Wisconsin Avenue (north). The second right turn is Walsh Street

From Potomac and Virginia Beltway
South on River Road to Goldsboro Road, left on Goldsboro, which ends at Bradley, right on Bradley, left on Wisconsin Avenue. The second right is Walsh Street

Public parking is available directly across the street from the Writer’s Center in a county parking lot. Please check signs to determine when parking meters are in operation.

Take the Red Line to the Bethesda stop, exit via the elevator, turn right (south) along Wisconsin Avenue. Cross Wisconsin (east side) when convenient. Walsh Street is less than a 10-minute walk on the left. (For Metrorail information, call 202 637-7000 or visit WMATA’s page at

By “Ride-On” Bus
Several nearby bus stops along Wisconsin Avenue are served by the RIDEON 42 route. The RIDEON system is operated by the Montgomery County DOT Division of Transit Services (Transit Information Center, call 301 217-7433 or 800 732-3327).

More information on public transportation in Maryland can be found at The Department of Public Works and Transportation website

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