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Get Out: Weekend Picks in Potomac

A look at things you can do this weekend around Potomac.

Get Out: Weekend Picks in Potomac

 1.

    When/Where: Saturday, Nov. 12, 7 p.m. at the Blair Family Center for the Arts on the Bullis campus, 10601 Falls Road, Potomac

    Why Go: Enjoy an evening out in Potomac with the whole family. Join for the first Jazz Cafe of the year, featuring the music of the Bullis Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Workshop Combo. Guest performance from the 8 Ohms Band, a horn-heavy,funk and soul collective from Annapolis. Drawing from diverse musical backgrounds, the 8 Ohms bring together an eclectic mix of feel-good sounds and hard grooves to keep the dance floor moving.

    Pricing: Admission rates are $5 adults / $2 students

    2. Quince Orchard: Noises Off

      When/Where: Quince Orchard High School, Nov. 10-12 in the school auditorium

      Why Go: Quince Orchard High School presents its fall seasonal production, Noises Off.

      Pricing: $8 for students, $12 for adults

      3.

        When/Where: Chevy Chase United Methodist Church, 7001 Connecticut Ave., Chevy Chase, Saturday, Nov. 12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

        Why Go: The Chevy Chase United Methodist Church is holding a Christmas Bazaar with face painting, photos with Santa, a bake shop, chili and cornbread, special performances for children and jewelry, crafts, attic treasures, children's clothing and more for sale. The bazaar will raise money for several charities. Read the online flier for more information.

        Pricing: Free to enter

        4. Bethesda Art Walk

          When/Where: Friday, Nov. 11, 6-9p.m. at downtown Bethesda art galleries

          Why Go: Downtown Bethesda art galleries will stay open late to showcase the work of regional, national and international artists.

          Pricing: Free

          5. 35th Anniversary Reading Series: Charles Shields: The Life of Kurt Vonnegut

            When/Where: Saturday, Nov. 12, 7:30 p.m. at the Writer's Center, 4508 Walsh Street in Bethesda

            Why Go: Hear from award-winning author Charles Shields on penning the first biography of renowned American writer Kurt Vonnegut.

            Pricing: $10

            6.

              When/Where: Silver Spring Civic Center located at One Veterans Place on Friday, Nov. 11 from 11 a.m to noon.

              Why Go: The free dedication ceremony is part of a schedule of activities planned for the day to honor veterans and their families. The Silver Spring Town Center, Inc., and the Commission on Veterans Affairs will host the fourth annual “Tribute to America’s Veterans” concert at 7 p.m. in the Great Hall of the Silver Spring Civic Building.

              Pricing: The ceremony is free but tickets for the concert are $20.

               

               

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