Movie Night at the Avalon!

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February 12 Avalon Movie Night
                                             


Questions: Contact Niki Hamilton at Nikirees@gmail.com

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February Events at the Chevy Chase Library

 

From Friends of the Chevy Chase Library . . .
On Wednesday, 02/01/17 at 4:30 PM Yoga for Youngsters:  Ages 5-10. **NOTE** for your child’s safety, we will restrict entry to children ages 5-10 and not allow admittance after 4:40. Only children (no parents) will be permitted in the room, but there will be a staff member present. Thank you for your understanding. Interested in learning yoga? Want some ways to relax or become more flexible? Just want to try something new? Come join instructor Linya Huang for this fun and gentle way to exercise. Learn poses, breathing techniques, and so much more!
On Thursday, 02/02/17 at 10:30 AM Toddler Arts and Crafts: Drop by between 10:30 am and 11:30 am for simple toddler crafts. No registration needed. 
On Friday, 02/03, 10,17 and 24 at 3:30 PM Lego Play: Drop in for an open session of Lego play on Fridays between 3:30 and 5:00 pm. Elementary age with an adult. We will provide the Legos and space, you provide the imagination. No registration needed….
On Saturday, 02/04/17 at 2:00 PM Foreign Film Series: Join us for screenings of a variety of films from around the world. Film is typically shown on the first Saturday of each month. All movies have English subtitles. Screenings will begin at 2:00 p.m. This month’s film is Persuasion (English; made in the United Kingdom).
On Monday, 02/06/17 at 4:30 PM Pages with PALS (People Animals Love): Chevy Chase Library is partnering with P.A.L. for a read to a dog program the first Monday of every month! Young readers will be able to share stories with a furry friend. Dogs will never judge or correct them, which allows them to really improve their reading skills.
On Tuesday, 02/07, 14 and 21 at 10:30 AM Toddler Time: Please join us for fun learning activities. We’ll read, sing, dance, explore and learn finger plays just right for two and three year olds.
On Wednesday, 02/08/17 at 2:00 PM Non-Fiction Book Group:  Join the group to discuss The Edge of the World: A Cultural History of the North Sea and the Transformation of Europe by Michael Pye. Copies of the book available one month before the session at the Information Desk. Registration is not required.
On Wednesday, 02/08/17 at 7:30 PM Great Books Group:  This month’s selection is Tales of the Alhambra by Washington Irving. Join us for an intellectually stimulating exploration of some of the greatest fiction and non-fiction works published through the ages. Registration is not required. Attendees are responsible for obtaining the material to read in advance of the discussion.  Group meets the second Wednesday each month at 7:30 pm
On Thursday, 02/09/17 at 10:30 AM Play Date at the Library: Come to the Chevy Chase Library on Thursday mornings from 10:30 -11:30 am to meet new friends and have fun with Duplos, blocks, matching and sorting games and other STEM/STEAM activities. Preschool age. No registration needed.
On Saturday, 02/11/17 at 11:00 AM Chinese New Year Lion Dance: Join us at 11am to celebrate the Chinese New Year with a Lion Dance performance by the Chinese Youth Club of Washington, DC.
On Thursday, 02/16 and 23 at 10:30 AM Play Date at the Library: Come to the Chevy Chase Library on Thursday mornings from 10:30 -11:30 am to meet new friends and have fun with Duplos, blocks, matching and sorting games and other STEM/STEAM activities. Preschool age. No registration needed.
On Thursday, 02/16/17 at 7:00 PM Family Story Time: Please join us from 7:00-7:30pm for fun learning activities. We’ll read, sing, dance, explore and learn finger plays for the whole family. No registration needed.
On Friday, 02/17/17 at 10:30 AM Jefferson Café: This month’s article will be There’s No Such Thing as Free Will by Stephen Cave. We hope everyone will feel comfortable participating. The group is fairly small so that everyone can see and hear everyone else while seated around a table. Copies of the articles to be discussed will be available without charge on the holds shelf at the library.
On Saturday, 02/18/17 at 10:30 AM Saturday Family Storytime: Please join us from for fun learning activities. We’ll read, sing, dance, explore and learn finger plays for the whole family. No registration needed. This is a repeat of the Thursday evening program
On Saturday, 02/18/17 at 1:00 PM Board and Card Games Group: Join us for board and card games at the Chevy Chase Library on the third Saturday of each month for January, February and March 2017. Games for this session are TBD. If you’re experienced or a complete beginner, drop in and have some fun
On Wednesday, 02/22/17 at 2:00 PM Fiction Memoir and Biography Book Group: Join the group to discuss All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr. Copies of the book are made available one month before the session, at the Information Desk. Registration is not required
On Saturday, 02/25/17 at 11:00 AM John Henry, the Guitar Playing Man: Celebrate Library Lover’s Month with us at a fun family event featuring John Henry, the Guitar Playing Man. John Henry will allow children and families to explore the world of music and instruments as they sing, dance, and play in this fun show.
On Monday, 02/27/17 at 5:00 PM Pokeclub: Join us for this fun monthly program! We will learn more about our favorite pocket monsters, their origins and more! Earn badges, meet friends, have fun! For ages 6 and up, no registration needed.
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A Public Safety Message to B-CC Area Residents from the Montgomery County Police Department

The 2nd District (Bethesda) has been experiencing a recent rash of residential burglaries, several where the suspect has used force to gain entry into homes. In the last two weeks, we have arrested two separate suspects. Unfortunately, after the last arrest, we had another burglary occur that same night which means there are still some criminals active in our district.

We continue to focus resources on these burglaries and have updated response procedures for residential alarms occurring where the burglaries are occurring. It is important that I reiterate my message that residents must be our eyes and ears. If you see anyone entering backyards that don’t belong there, please call us immediately, and we will respond with lights and sirens. If you see a suspicious car in your neighborhood, please make note of the tag number and a description of the vehicle for us.

We will continue to provide a comprehensive on-scene response and follow up by our detective unit for each and every case until this trend is stopped. Thank you in advance for keeping a watch over your neighborhoods.

Captain David Falcinelli
Commander – 2nd District

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Leaf Collection Begins Next Week

Leaf collection begins in Rollingwood next week. According to the county website, vacuuming crews could start as early as next Monday, November 7th. This will be the first of two collections. To stay apprised of the schedule, please click on the below link. Rollingwood is situated in leaf collection districts 5H and 5A.

http://www.montgomerycountymd.gov/DOT-Highway/Leaf/PostingLog.html

 

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Halloween Party! – Saturday, October 29th

Don’t miss RCA’s annual Halloween party! Bring the kids, friends, and family. Click below to register and receive the early bird discount.

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Book Sale this Weekend

From the Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase . . .

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October Events at the Chevy Chase Library

From Friends of the Chevy Chase Library . . .

Upcoming Events at Chevy Chase Library
8005 Connecticut Ave, Chevy Chase, MD 20815
On Saturday, 10/1, 8, 15,22, 29 at 10:30 AM English Conversation Group: Every Saturday from 10:30 am to 12 Noon. Open to all non-native English speakers interested in practicing English in a friendly, informal and fun setting. Join us! For more information, please call 240-773-9590.
On Tuesday, 10/4, 11, 18 and 25 at 10:30 AM English Conversation Group: Every Tuesday from 10:30 am to 12 Noon. Open to all non-native English speakers interested in practicing English in a friendly, informal and fun setting. Join us! For more information, please call 240-773-9590. Continue reading

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Rte. 355-Cedar Lane Intersection Lanes to be Closed for Resurfacing

The final phase 7of roadwork for the MD 355/Rockville Pike-Cedar Lane-West Cedar Lane intersection-widening project in Montgomery County will start in early October. The Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration will pave all turn lanes and through lanes at the intersection. 
 
The work will require individual lanes to be closed on MD 355, weekdays, 9 am-3 pm and Sundays through Thursdays, 8 pm-5 am. Drivers will be able to use the remaining open lanes, but the closures undoubtedly will cause congestion. Drivers should watch for the orange construction signs, cones, barrels and fencing.

Bikers and pedestrians will be able to safely pass through the work zone by following signage that directs them around closed paths or sections of sidewalk. 
Weather permitting, the work will be completed by late fall.
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Bethesda Fire Department Annual Open House

The Bethesda Fire Department (corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Bradley Boulevard) invites area residents to attend its annual open house this Saturday, September 24, from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm, and help the fire department celebrate 90 years of service to the community. 
There will be activities for kids and adults, fire safety information, Ronald McDonald, free food and drink and games. You and your family also can meet fire personnel and see fire equipment up close. 
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Public hearing on Purple Line Environmental Impact

There will be a public hearing on the potential environmental impact of the proposed Bethesda-New Carrollton Purple Line on October 16, 7 pm, in Silver Spring at the Civic Building auditorium, 1 Veterans Place. Anyone wanting to comment on the project, this is your chance. 

Before the hearing begins, there will be a poster session from 6 to 7 pm, when the public can review exhibits and ask general questions of the Maryland Transit Administration’s representatives.

The formal hearing will begin with agency statements at 7, followed by public testimony. Note that a time limit of three minutes per speaker may be set, depending on the number of speakers, to ensure that all interested parties have an opportunity to voice their views.  The public hearings will be recorded and transcribed.
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