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October, 2017

Tuesday
3
10:00 AM
Wednesday
4
BCCRSC
1:00 PM
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Library book discussion of Six Years by Harlan Coben.
Temporary location during library closing
Wednesday
4
North Chevy Chase Christian Church
7:00 PM
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Are you interested in gardening? Our neighboring village, NCC Connections is hosting Master Gardener, Erica Smith, to speak on Small Scale Intensive Vegetable Gardening.
Thursday
5
Kenwood Golf & Country Club
11:00 AM
Thursday
5
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Round House has offered us free preview tickets to this world premiere comedy featuring live rock music on stage.
Friday
6
Women’s Club of Bethesda
2:00 PM
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Presenter Jeff Lanza, Former FBI Special Agent Ret. will discuss how to stay safe in the digital age, especially with the holiday season right around the corner. Refreshments provided.
Friday
6
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Round House has offered us free preview tickets to this world premiere comedy featuring live rock music on stage.
Saturday
7
Woodmont Triangle, along Norfolk, St Elmo, Cordell, Del Ray and Auburn Avenues.
11:00 AM
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Food and music festival.
Saturday
7
Bethesda Elementary School
11:00 AM
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No need to remove staples or clips, etc. 
Bring as much as you want; No Limit! 
Sponsored by KATE SLAWTA, J.D.
Stuart & Maury, Inc., Realtors
Saturday
7
Chevy Chase library
2:00 PM
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When did you last see your father? (2008) Ireland. A 40-year-old writer visits his dying father and begins to relive the memories of the past - both good and bad. He is forced to realize that his once invincible and infallible father is human.
Tuesday
10
BCCRSC
10:30 AM
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Library book discussion of How It All Began by Penelope Lively
Wednesday
11
Iona Senior Services
12:30 PM
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Learn about the Wednesday Capitol Hill Arts Workshop Group and their creative processes and inspirations, and enjoy a hands-on watercolor activity. Register at www.iona.org
Wednesday
11
Chevy Chase Library
2:00 PM
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Library book group to discuss Triangle: The Fire That Changed America by David Von Drehle.
Thursday
12
Friday
13
Holy Redeemer Church School Gym
2:00 PM
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There will be over 100 quilts created by members on display, as well as a White Elephant Sale of primarily needlework items, a Silent Auction, a Boutique, an Opportunity Quilt as well as several Baskets to be raffled.
Friday
13
Iona Senior Services
5:00 PM
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Meet the Artists Reception, a lively community event featuring refreshments and live music, and enjoy pastels and watercolors. Meet featured Guest Artists in the Lois & Richard England Gallery at Iona. Free.
Saturday
14
Holy Redeemer Church School Gym
10:00 AM
Saturday
14
Bethesda Row
11:00 AM
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The Bethesda Row Arts Festival is one of the leading fine art and craft festivals in the mid-Atlantic. Featuring 190 juried museum quality artists, there is something for every arts aficionado. Free.
Saturday
14
Davis Library
11:00 AM
Sunday
15
Bethesda Row
10:00 AM
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The Bethesda Row Arts Festival is one of the leading fine art and craft festivals in the mid-Atlantic. Featuring 190 juried museum quality artists, there is something for every arts aficionado. Free.
Sunday
15
Member's home TBD.
5:00 PM
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Our first BMAV potluck was a success! Join us for the next one, which will be a happy hour - bring an appetizer or drink of choice. Members only, or potential members.
Tuesday
17
BCCRSC
7:00 PM
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Join Michael Bevel for a lively discussion of Ruth by Elizabeth Gaskell. This book discussion is part of the Classics in Context series, brought to you by the Friends of the Library Bethesda.
Wednesday
18
Little Falls Library
1:00 PM
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Please join us for a free book discussion led by Dr. Karen Arnold. We will be discussing "Ragtime" by E.L. Doctorow
Thursday
19
The Avalon Theatre
10:30 AM
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First run movies discounted to $5. Announced one week prior. Join BMAV members for coffee at 10:00 and stay for the movie at 10:30.
Thursday
19
National Museum of Natural History
12:00 PM
Thursday
19
Mary Graydon Center 2d floor American University
7:00 PM
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Find Out What Really Matters to You and How to Live Wisely and With Passion
Friday
20
Tom and Jeanne Parker's home. Please RSVP for address.
12:00 PM
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Thank you to our wonderful volunteer service providers! You are invited to lunch with Board and Committee members and staff. We‘ll also talk about new services to be offered and get your input.
Tuesday
24
Contact Hanne Caraher for the address.
10:30 AM
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Get together to knit together. All levels welcome. Bring your project or we will gladly help you get started on a new one.
Wednesday
25
Chevy Chas Library
2:00 PM
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Fiction, memoir library book group will discuss a title TBD. Copies of the book are made available one month before the session, at the Information Desk.
Thursday
26
The Writer's Center 
7:00 PM
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Join us for an evening of readings and discussion with Award winning author Alice McDermott, interviewed by former Washington Post Columnist Bob Levey. Together they will discuss the elements of craft developed in author‘s latest book, The Ninth Hour
Saturday
28
Forest Glen Seminary
1:00 PM
Sunday
29
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Marti Bailey, Director of the Sibley Senior Association & Community Health to give a presentation entitled End of Life Living and Dying.
Monday
30
BCCRSC Room C
10:00 AM
Monday
30
Hyatt Regency
11:00 AM
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No matter where you live or work, you can help fill the bowls of our neighbors who are hungry