Lab Recyclers 25 Chestnut St, Gaithersburg, MD20877 Lab Recyclers is a full-service supplier of laboratory products and equipment based in Gaithersburg. Founded in 1997…More the company provides a huge variety of products including used and refurbished equipment, lab furniture, biotech products and analytical instruments. Products include liquid handlers, cell counters, cryostat equipment, fermenters, robotics, gas regulators, image analysis equipment, microscopes, refrigerators, stirrers and pump equipment. Call for more information or check the company website for a catalog of products.
The Barking Cat Pet Store 402 Rock Lodge Rd, Gaithersburg, MD20877 The Barking Cat Pet Store is a family owned and operated pet shop offering a wide range of pet products and services for…More clients, including food delivery services and pet waste removal. Products include holistic foods, pet supplies, natural and organic foods, health supplements, recycled eco-friendly toys and beds.
Gaithersburg Youth Center in Olde Towne 301 Teachers Way, Gaithersburg, MD20877 Opened in 2009 and located adjacent to Gaithersburg Middle School, the Gaithersburg Youth Center in Olde Towne serves…More mainly middle school students, but also welcomes high school students. An annual membership fee of $12 for city residents and $15 for non-residents applies. The center, built entirely with recycled materials, features video games, pool tables, pingpong, computers and a state-of-the-art music recording and mixing studio. Field trips and activities are organized throughout the school year.
Roberston Park features two baseball fields, two soccer/football fields and a tot lot. It shares space with the new…More Roberston Park Youth Center, which offers a range of programs and classes. Among its amenities is an indoor climbing wall.
The Youth Center is home to the Gaithersburg Youth Club, which residents can join for $12 and nonresidents for $15. This is Gaithersburg's first "green" building, meeting federal LEED requirements and featuring EnergyStar windows, geothermal heating and cooling, recycled building materials and light sensors to cut back on power consumption.