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ReStore is Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland’s BIGGEST fundraiser. ReStore sells donated home furnishings and construction supplies at a discount to raise money for Habitat’s affordable housing initiatives, and to keep reusable materials out of our landfills. Volunteers will assist with taking in new donations, preparing donations for the floor, setting up floor displays, maintaining general store order, assisting customers and more! Please sign up at https://habitatmm.volunteerconnect.com/Find out more »
Montgomery County Council President Craig Rice, Council Vice President George Leventhal and Councilmember Nancy Navarro will be among those celebrating the re-opening of the Montgomery County Archives at its new location on Oct. 22 at 10 a.m. in Gaithersburg. Official will help celebrate the new location of keeper of the county’s historical material, and coincides with the national recognition of October as American Archives Month. Rice, Leventhal and Navarro will be joined by members of the Montgomery County Historical Society,…Find out more »
Briefing on A Community of Contrasts: Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in the South
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22 The Asian Pacific American Legal Resource Center (APALRC), Asian Americans Advancing Justice, and the Montgomery County Office of Community Partnerships invite you to a briefing on the latest demographic report on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders in Maryland, D.C., and Virginia. The report derives data from the 2010 Census to provide a more comprehensive picture of the AAPI population in the 16 states within the Southern region of the United States. Details of the briefing…Find out more »
The Honors Program at Washington Adventist University (WAU) is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year by presenting a wide range of anniversary-themed programs that are free and open to the public. On Wednesday, October 22, the Honors Program is partnering with the WAU Religion Department to present the 35th Keough Lectureship, featuring David Morgan, Ph.D., chair of the Duke University Department of Religious Studies. In his two Keough lectures, Morgan will address the relationship between visual culture and spirituality. The…Find out more »
This Halloween season join us for our annual murdermystery teas…it will be a scream! This performance will also be held on: Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at 1:00 PM Tuesday, October 28, 2014 at 1:00 PM Wednesday, October 29, 2014 at 1:00 PM Tea begins at 1PM $28 per person (Stars Price $25.20). Pre-paid, non-refundable reservations required. Call (301) 581-5108. New vegetarian option now available. Please ask for a vegetarian meal when making your reservation. Reservations are currently OPEN. Call (301)…Find out more »
Want to enjoy pasta and pizza absolutely guilt-free? The Gaithersburg Police Foundation (GPF) is hosting its second Pasta for Police event at a popular local Italian restaurant. Mamma Lucia in the Fallsgrove Center will donate a generous 20% of its sales to the GPF, which helps support the police department with items that fall outside its operating budget, such as K9 training gear, a new thermal imaging device to help find missing persons or fleeing suspects, and our Shop with…Find out more »
Bethesda Blues & Jazz Club: Lisa Engelken & the Monster Quintet – East Coast Debut of Little Warrior
LISA ENGELKEN is a fearless singer with a daunting stage presence. Classically & theatrically trained, this Kansas-born straight shooter wields an acrobatic three-octave range that alternately locomotes and floats through tunes. Lisa electrifies audiences with an intensity that has garnered her comparisons to Evel Kneivel, Janis Joplin & even a roaring Harley Davidson. Expect the unexpected as Lisa returns to DC with her Monster Quintet to debut Little Warrior (Top 10 Jazz Releases of 2013): an arresting collection of originals…Find out more »