Churchill High School will present “Little Shop of Horrors,” Nov. 14, 15, 21 and 22 from 7-9 p.m. in the school’s auditorium. Tickets, available at door, are $10 for students with ID and $15 for adults.
Julie Stevens' kindergarten class dressed up for the Halloween parade and party at the Carderock Springs Elementary School.
Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett, County Council President Craig Rice and Councilmembers Roger Berliner, Marc Elrich, Cherri Branson and Nancy Floreen joined residents of the Scotland community for a ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony for the Bette Carol Thompson Scotland Neighborhood Recreation Center on Saturday, Nov. 1.
MSI held its annual festival on Sunday, Nov. 2, for players and families in its program for children with special needs. The event was held on the athletic field at Potomac Community Center.
Potomac Country Vintage Arts Festival
During the Blessing of the Animals on Sunday, Oct. 5, at Emmanuel Lutheran Church on Bradley Boulevard, Derek Solberg, vicar, at the church, blesses Wink on the right and Sena on the left.
The River Falls Doggy Swim attracted four-legged swimmers on Sunday, Sept. 7.
Waltz Dance at Glen Echo
Glen Echo Park began in 1891 as a National Chautauqua Assembly, which taught the sciences, arts, languages, and literature. By the early 1900s Glen Echo Park had become an amusement park, serving the Washington area until 1968.