A drug awareness program for students and parents will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Friendly High School in Fort Washington.

The program will feature discussions and seminars; former Washington Bullets star Bobby Dandridge and Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) are expected to participate.

The program is sponsored by the Prince George's County Sheriff's Department and Links Inc., a national women's organization.

The Bellevue property at 200 Manning Rd. East in Accokeek, a frame house representative of small 19th-century plantation houses in Prince George's County, has been nominated for placement on the National Register of Historic Places.

The house is recognized by the Prince George's County Historic Preservation Committee for its decorative elements in the Greek Revival style. It is one of only three examples of this once popular style believed to exist in the county.

The Castle Performing Arts Center in Hyattsville will hold a 10-day performing arts festival, called ARTSFEST '86, April 10 through 20.

Among the presentations planned are a "Books Alive" library skit for children; dancing by the American Contemporary Ballet and an Indian dance group called Nritya Rangam; the Prince George's Civic Opera with "Hansel and Gretel," and various music performances.

There will also be a presentation of visual artists' works in the Castle art gallery. ARTSFEST '86 is sponsored by the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission, the City of Hyattsville Centennial Committee and the Prince George's Arts Council.

A free "ethnic" concert and dance performance will be held at Prince George's Community College April 13 in honor of Liberty Week, a nationwide celebration for the centennial anniversary of the Statue of Liberty.

The Maria Morales Spanish Dance Company and the Peabody Preparatory Chamber Orchestra will perform at 3 p.m. in the college's Queen Anne Auditorium. The Betty Quigly Dancers of New Carrollton and Yza Eaton, a guest dancer from New York, will join the groups.

The performance will include several Spanish and South American dances and musical renditions of "The Unanswered Question" and "Appalachian Spring," and a reception for the participants will follow.

The event is sponsored by the Maryland Ethnic Heritage Committee, the Office of the County Executive, the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission, the Commission for Women and the college.

For more information, call 952-3383.

More than 50 prospective employers will be represented at the April 16 Career Awareness Day at Prince George's Community College.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Largo Student Center, workshops and discussions will be held by representatives of business, health and technology fields. For more information, call 322-0109.

Auditions for the Peter B. Miraglia Memorial Music Scholarship will be held at Prince George's Community College April 14.

Beginning at 1 p.m., incoming music majors may compete in voice, piano, guitar, organ and band instruments.

For more information on eligibility requirements and applications, contact the Music Department at 322-0955.