Films include art of painting with wax, history of collard greens, and a doctor walking the line of his own morality.
Filmmakers from Alexandria, Arlington
Celebrating her 20th year in the business of “show business” — providing school age children an opportunity to perform in musical theatre productions — Bravo Executive Producer Laurie Levy Issembert has chosen to present two shows this season.
Albee play at Congregation Har Shalom.
“A Delicate Balance” by Edward Albee is, as Director Laurie T. Freed says, a story of multiple themes: “man’s fear of taking risks in life; man’s inability to honestly communicate with family and friends; the loss of passion in one’s life; the fear of aging; the fear of the unknown.
Chamber names its three honorees.
What better way to celebrate Potomac's honorees for the Citizen of the Year, Youth of the Year and Business Leader of the Year than riding at the head of the Potomac Parade — and recognition at Potomac Day 2016?
There’s still time to for spooky design.
Grown up Halloween preparations aren’t just about ghosts and smoke machines anymore. They include home décor with a twist, perhaps glittered or velvet pumpkins, or spooky fine china.
Youths from grades 3-6 participated in games, crafts, movies, sports and more at Club Friday at the Potomac Community Recreation Center on Friday, Oct. 17. See www.montgomerycountymd.gov/rec.
The Potomac Friends of the Library is celebrating its 25th year. Residents of all ages are invited to join story book character Huckle Cat and Lowly Worm in the Potomac Day Parade on Saturday, Oct. 22. Come dressed in costume or regular clothes. Each marcher will be given a sign to carry with the number "25" to acknowledge the Friends’ 25th anniversary celebration. To participate or for more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Edie Wingate email@example.com
Annual parade, classic car show, music and rides returns Oct. 22.
What’s more fun than a parade, clowns and candy? Scurrying up a climbing wall? Sliding down inflatable slides? Riding a pony, petting an alpaca, or cuddling a pig? Listening to music and nibbling Potomac Pizza’s pizza on a beautiful fall day? Checking out an exquisite 1957 T-Bird or a snazzy Impala from the 1960s? Oct. 22 is Potomac Day 2016 — and Potomac residents are already anticipating the excitement of the annual family day.
Raising funds locally for local needs.
See a problem – solve a problem. That’s how the “100 Women Who Care” movement started.
SerbFest DC offered food, music and dance.
Hundreds had a chance to experience Serbian culture and heritage through food, music and dance at SerbFest DC recently.
Formerly known as Potomac Pilates.
Ten years ago, Reina Offut Pratt launched the first Potomac Pilates studio in a tiny space next to Big Wheel Bikes in the back of the Potomac Village Shopping Center. She was the first in the area to feature Pilates on a reformer.
A day at Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary.
For supporters of Poplar Spring Animal Sanctuary’s annual Open House fundraiser in Poolesville the day broke warm and sunny and stayed that way, and reflected the caring that brought visitors to this Eden-like farm dedicated to helping abandoned and abused farm animals.
Then & Wow 2016, Glen Echo Park's annual celebration of the park's past and present, offered magicians, carousel rides, arcade games, face painting, mini golf, exhibits, and tours on Sunday, Sept. 25.
Potomac Day returns Saturday, Oct. 22 with arts and entertainment for all ages, ranging from rides for children to an antique show and business fair.
Walk supports survivors of suicide loss and American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
The Out of the Darkness Walks are American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s largest fundraiser, producing millions for suicide prevention programs, and works to unite those who have been affected by suicide, and create communities that are “smart about mental health.”