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Ongoing - Volunteers Needed
Senior Connection is looking for more volunteers to help senior neighbors get around town for a variety of needs.
Information: www:seniorconnectionmc.org

Every Saturday - Kensington Farmers Market
Nearly 20 vendors provide fresh seafood, meats, waffles, pies, coffees, baked goods, cheeses, eggs and more every Saturday at the Kensington Train Station from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Information: shirley.watson@tok.md.gov


Now-December 30 - Volksmarch
The Seneca Valley Sugarloafers Volksmarch Club is sponsoring a seasonal, self-guided Kensington Fall Colors and Holiday Lights walk from October 17 to December 30. The trails are two 10km loops and two 5km loops that take walkers through historic Kensington to the Mormon Temple Visitor’s Center to view annual holiday light decorations and displays in December. Information: gammie0612@verizon.net


November 30-January 8 - Milana Braslavsky
The Uninvited is Milana Braslavsky's contemporary exploration of still life at the Common Ground Gallery in Rockville. Information: www.visartscenter.org


December 2-January 8 - Tracy Featherstone
Tracy Featherstone's solo exhibition, Fantastical Landscape, is on display at the Gibbs Street Gallery in Rockville. It includes mixed media sculpture, live plant elements and simple geometric shapes that explore the concept of art in South Asian culture.
Information: www.visartscenter.org


December 2 -January 15
A Cherry Blossom Fantasy

Liliane Blom transforms the Kaplan Gallery in Rockville into an immersive dreamscape of floating cherry blossoms, sound, video and digital paintings. Information: www.visartscenter.org


December 2-18 - Black Nativity
In partnership with ANKH Repertory Theatre (ART) and The Finest! Performance Foundation, Inc., Arts on the Green presents "Black Nativity," a retelling of the Christmas story using dialogue, narrative, dance, pantomime, gospel song and folk spirituals. Performances are Saturdays and Sundays at the Arts Barn in Gaithersburg.
Information: www.gaithersburgmd.gov


December 3 - Book Sale
The Rockville Friends of the Library is holding a holiday book sale at the Rockville Memorial Library from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The sale will feature used books, coffee table books, and children's books. Information: www.folmc.org


December 3 - Rufus the Rednosed Raindog
The whole family is invited to theGaithersburg Arts Barn in Gaithersburg to celebrate the holiday season with "Rufus the Rednosed Raindog." The puppet show for ages 4 and older starts at 3:00 p.m. Information: www.gaithersburgmd.gov


December 3 - National Philharmonic Singers
Under the direction of Stan Engebretson and Victoria Gau, the National Philharmonic Singers will present a holiday concert at 8:00 p.m. at the Christ Episcopal Church in Rockville. 


December 10 - Santa Train
The Gaithersburg Community Museum invites train lovers of all ages to "All Aboard with Santa"  from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fresh baked cookies and hot chocolate will be available for children who can also visit Santa in the caboose at the 1884 Railroad Station. Other activities are planned and there is a modest admission. Information: www.gaithersburgmd.gov


December 10 - Rufus the Rednosed Raindog
The whole family is invited to theGaithersburg Arts Barn in Gaithersburg to celebrate the holiday season with "Rufus the Rednosed Raindog." The puppet show for ages 4 and older starts at 3:00 p.m.
Information: www.gaithersburgmd.gov


December 17 - Rufus the Rednosed Raindog
The whole family is invited to theGaithersburg Arts Barn in Gaithersburg to celebrate the holiday season with "Rufus the Rednosed Raindog." The puppet show for ages 4 and older starts at 3:00 p.m.
Information: www.gaithersburgmd.gov / Information: 301.493.9283, ext.116


Through January 1 - Bright Concepts
Gaithersburg's Arts on the Green features Bright Concepts, an exhibit featuring the works of Mark Altrogge, Nellie Chao, Tony Glander, and Bobbi Shulman. The gallery is in the Arts Barn.
Information: www.gaithersburgmd.gov


Through January 8 - Holiday Art Show
The annual Holiday Art Show & Sale at Glen Echo Park's Popcorn Gallery and Stone Tower Gallery features fine artwork, art glass, pottery, jewelry, photographs, paintings and more.
Information: www.glenechopark.org


January 20-April 14 - Cabin Fever
The Art League of Germantown is showcasing its member artists at the Kentlands Mansion in Gaithersburg with a show entitled "Cabin Fever." Information: artists@alog.org




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CURRENT ISSUE // December/January 2017

Montgomery Writes



 The daily commute is such a big part of Montgomery County life, whether you drive, train or Metro to your office. This whimsical statue called The Commuter maintains his post somewhere in the county. One winner will be randomly selected from all correct answers received by January 10.
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CONTEST WINNER
Robert Edell of North Potomac identified “The Commuter” at the Wheaton Metro station, a 7-foot-tall sculpture by Maryland artist Marcia Billig. The sculpture was commissioned by the county’s Art in Public Architecture Program.
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