Information on events going on in Potomac.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington’s Office of Senior Adult Programs for May 27- June 1.
Information on events in Potomac.
Information on events taking place in Potomac.
“Flourishing After 55” from Arlington’s Office of Senior Adult Programs for May 13-18.
Information on events taking place in the Potomac area.
Bowl-a-thon to support Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy research
“We are in a race against time,” said Vicky Singh with a determined look on her face. “It is imperative that we raise as much money as possible to fund promising research to find drugs to treat and cure Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD) — to save children’s lives.
Bulletin board for the Potomac area.
Potomac bulletin board for February-June.
McLean Schools hosts “Cecily’s Advocacy Workshop.”
More than 200 parents, family members, and educators flocked to Potomac’s McLean School on Saturday, Feb. 9 to take advantage of the 4th annual “Cecily’s Advocacy Workshop” — a seminar which disseminates information and the latest research on strategies for coping with children with ADD, ADHD and other learning differences.
Bulletin Board for February through March.
Simple strategies for bringing down anxiety levels in a hurry.
“Listen to your favorite relaxation music on your iPod as you shop. It can help reduce anxiety in overcrowded shops. Reserve time to relax or meditate at peak times of stress.” — Michelle Walters-Edwards, Marymount University
Local doctor advocates for lifesaving legislation.
Norbeck Country Club’s lush greens were pulsing with positive energy for women’s health on Saturday, Dec. 8. Eighty-six women and men gathered for Coffee, Tea & Brem to hear recognized international leader in breast radiology, Dr. Rachel Brem, director of the Breast Imaging and Interventional Center and vice-chair of Radiology at George Washington University Medical Center, speak about technology that is currently available for early detection of breast cancer and what should be available with a particular focus on surveillance for women with dense breast tissue.
Annual fun run/walk returns Dec. 15.
For the past 17 years, Capital Crescent Trail enthusiasts have been shocked to see the “Jolly Fat Man” — and a pack of his followers — racing and walking down the trail.