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June, 2024

Sunday
23
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New members as well as longtime members are invited to meet, greet and socialize over light refreshments and drinks. Choose one of our spring dates - May 17, June 9, or June 23. Today Andy Brown is hosting on her patio. RSVP required. Attendance limited to 20. In case of inclement weather, rain date is June 26.
Monday
24
12:00 PM
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Join us for lunch at True Food Kitchen, 7100 Wisconsin Avenue (corner of Woodmont Avenue). Parking available at the county lot behind Farm Women‘s Market and the county garage on Woodmont. Visit the menu (https://www.truefoodkitchen.com/menu/ to see its offerings. RSVP required via the BMAV calendar or by contacting Lynn Barclay.

Visit the True Food website for information about the restaurant and its menu: https://www.truefoodkitchen.com/truestory/
Tuesday
25
10:00 AM
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Meet up with Nancy Balz for a 50-minute walk starting at 10 at the benches on the Edgemoor Triangle, Edgemoor and Hampden Lanes. We will be walking on sidewalks of Edgemoor, one of the pedestrian friendliest neighborhoods in the Village area. Email or text Nancy if you would like to be added to her list or to let her know to look for you. BMAV Walkie Talkies meets unless it is raining or over 85 degrees or under 49 degrees, in which case the walk is cancelled for the week.
Tuesday
25
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The Last Politician is a landmark work of political reporting—which includes thrilling, blow-by-blow insider reports of the botched withdrawal from Afghanistan and the White House’s swift response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine—that is destined to shape history’s view of a president in the eye of the storm. Franklin Foer is a staff writer at The Atlantic and the author of World Without Mind and How Soccer Explains the World. For seven years, he edited The New Republic. Register for the Zoom link with Northwest Neighbors Village here. https://nwnv.helpfulvillage.com/events/4104
Tuesday
25
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Explore care alternatives for people with Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) through all stages of dementia. Our speakers are Colleen Kemp of the Jewish Council for the Aging, Patty Hagen of Winter Growth, Inc, and Kathleen McGuinness, a commissioner for the Montgomery County Commission on Aging. Register at: www.littlefallsvillage.org/memorycare
Wednesday
26
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Discover resources available at Montgomery County Public Libraries, from movie streaming to e-books and online courses, all free with your Library card. If you don’t have a library card and would like one, you can sign up online for a digital card or get one at your local branch. OASIS class is in person at Montgomery mall or online. Register here https://washington-metro.oasiseverywhere.org/product/how-to-access-digital-resources-at-your-library/
Wednesday
26
on your computer
3:00 PM
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The group chooses movies to watch ahead of time, and then gather to discuss. This month we discuss movies on art thefts. All are welcome. Hosted by Diana Kitt.
Wednesday
26
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Join Sibley Senior Association for an important discussion on Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. Dr. Crystal Arrendell will provide an overview on what dementia is and current treatment options for various types of dementia. She will also review ways to reduce your dementia risk. An interactive Q&A session will enable participants to be engaged and informed. Welcome, Prayer, and Program Introduction: Reverend Dr. Donald K. Sadler, pastor of New Morning Star Baptist Church Moderator: Honora Lundell Precourt, MBA, CDP, Manager of the Sibley Senior Association, Sibley Memorial Hospital Guest Speaker: Crystal Arrendell, MD Register at https://smh.memberclicks.net/JuneSSAdiscussingfacts or email pnunez3@jhmi.edu or call 202-364-7602 before June 25.
Thursday
27
9:00 AM
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This month we will hike the Lakeside and Muncaster Mill Trail, through the shady woods with lakeside views and streams. Weather dependent. RSVP required to Ann. We will meet at her home at 9 am and carpool.
Thursday
27
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Join us as we practice Integral Tai Chi in an informal, friendly relaxed setting. Integral Tai Chi is a series of exercises, relaxation techniques, that combines Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, and meditation. This meeting is a virtual event that will be conducted through Zoom. Participants start with a warm-up before the movement exercises and then follow up with a cool down relaxation and meditation. Avoid eating right before class because it is difficult to exercise with a full stomach. Please wear comfortable clothing for stretching and moving. You may want to use a yoga/ exercise mat and have access to water and a towel. Please join this Zoom meeting promptly at 2:30PM. Join our event here: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86248275011 Or Dial In:?301 715 8592; Meeting ID:862 4827 5011
Thursday
27
Potomac Library 10101 Glenolden Dr Potomac, MD 20854
3:00 PM
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Pru Foster, a scientist, gardener, author of A Drop of Grace and The Prudent Lifestyle newsletter, expert on native plants and long-time Potomac resident, will speak on gardening in the age of climate uncertainty, in a free, open to all joint PCV - Potomac Library Program.
Thursday
27
4:30 PM
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BMAV members and volunteers are invited to free online chess classes, taught by a volunteer high school chess tutor. This is for "advanced beginners" looking to improve their middle game. Students will pair off and play practice games live on screen and get tips from the tutor. All are welcome even if you did not attend earlier Beginner Chess classes but RSVP is required. Owning a chess board is not required, but knowing how to use chess.com is.