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Potomac Snapshot: Fall Frolic

Vanessa, Taman and Lincoln Morris at the Fall Frolic, held Oct. 31 at Glen Echo Park. The free event included pumpkin decorating, trick-or-treating, and a costume parade around the park.

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Potomac Snapshot: Filled with Crafty Offerings

Potomac Presbyterian Church on River Road hosted the Metropolitan Community Club Craft Show on Friday-Saturday, Oct . 16-17.

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Potomac: Inside the Firehouse

The open house on Sunday, Oct. 11 at Cabin John Park Volunteer Fire Department offered a variety of activities.

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Potomac Snapshot: International Walk to School Day

County and school officials celebrated International Walk To School Day at Bells Mill Elementary School on Wednesday, Oct. 7.

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Potomac Snapshots: Inside Clara Barton House

Park Ranger David Dyre leads a tour of the Clara Barton House on Saturday, Sept. 19. The house will be closing Oct. 1 for a two-year renovation project.

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Potomac Snapshot: Game of Strategy

From left: Mark Chen, Amber Tien looking on, and Nathaniel Tessema, play a game of chess on Saturday, July 25 at the Potomac Library. Their game ended in a stalemate. The Potomac Chess Group invites participants of all ages to play chess at the library on Saturdays from 3 to 5 p.m.

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Potomac: Spring Horse Trials

Spring horse trials were Saturday, June 13, at Bittersweet Field in Poolesville.

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Potomac: Performing Musical Numbers in ‘Opposition’

Winston Churchill hosts annual Blast from the Past.

“Opposition” — this year’s thematic thread that weaves through the 26th Annual Blast from the Past song and dance production — brings to light the concept of opposition within musical numbers.

Potomac: Tree Sale

Volunteers working at Cabin John Park Volunteer Fire Department’s Christmas Tree sale include (from left) Elisabeth Kan, Coley O'Brien, Rachel Bojarski, Shane Andersen and Zach Ebaugh.

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‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at Churchill

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.

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