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Bethesda's free summer concerts every Thursday are in full swing with a slate of outstanding performers.

Nothing Better Than Free!
Look for them in Veterans Park which is located at the corner of Norfolk and Woodmont avenues.

July 31 - Flo Anito
August 7 - Levi Stephens
August 14 - Gary and the Groove

If you can't make a concert how about a free outdoor movie, courtesy of Bethesda's Ninth Outdoor Movie Series.

The blockbuster hits can be found at the corner of Norfolk and Auburn avenues and start at 9:00 p.m. A limited number of chairs will be available and attendees are invited to bring their own lawn chairs.



You’re standing in the middle of 25 acres of sunflowers, planted not for their beauty or for public enjoyment but, to attract wildlife, specifically doves, for the hunt. The fields are in full bloom mid- to late-summer. But they seem to attract more photographers than hunters. Many a wedding or engagement photo has been staged here. A beautiful summer sunrise makes an ideal image, although sunflowers seem to make a good picture anytime.

CONTEST WINNER Barbara Hightower of Potomac identifed the stone building at the corner of River Road and Seven Locks and from a random drawing wins a framed print. The building is one of the oldest standing structures in Montgomery County, built in the mid-18th century, originally as a blacksmith shop.