Credits parents and Winston Churchill High School.
Just a short drive from home.
Little Farms Garden Club decorates historic building.
A broader sense of community.
10th annual event returns December 3.
More than 60 vendors at this weekend’s event.
This Saturday: Potomac Day
Fundraiser celebrates its honorees.
A “thank you” from young entrepreneur.
Event organized by KindWorks.
Holy Child’s event to benefit Cabin John Fire Department and school’s wellness programs.
“Park After Dark” fundraiser this Saturday.
Bullis holds ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Fundraiser supports C&O National Historic Park.
A passion for preaching and community outreach.
Sunflower Bakery prepares young adults for skilled employment.
400 attend iftar dinner.
Practice launched in January
17th annual race and fun walk starts and ends at Potomac Library.
Meredith Tobin Heffner shares her faith journey.
Rain-postponed cleanup could use more help.
Free presentation at Potomac Library on April 25.
Beth Shalom Congregation’s 7th annual “Guys Night Out’ and Seder Summit.
Protesters, supporters gather for Hogan and DeVos at Carderock Elementary.
Liza and John Marshall are committed to nonprofit’s mission.
Near and far, some suggestions to embrace spring.
BRAVO Productions expands with adult cast.
Potomac Volunteer Being Honored at Gala
Potomac Volunteer Honored
University of Virginia seminar studies tension between “The Science & Lived Experience of Autism.”
Despite a recent surge in attention and research over the past decade about autism, controversy exists.
Musical set for this weekend.
The musical production “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat,” the tale of Joseph, his 11 brothers and the "coat of many colors" is returning to Har Shalom for a repeat performance.
"Of all life's financial shocks, few compare to bringing home an infant. Just one tiny person costs $250,000 to raise — not including college," said Kimberly Palmer, author of “Smart Mom, Rich Mom.”
“There is nothing like a smile or a hug from my CASA children,” said volunteer Terrie Smith.
Boutique shop opened last month.
Potomac is welcoming Sonoran Rose — a new women’s boutique loaded with clothing, jewelry, accessories, home décor and gift items — to the retail space previously occupied by Flora’s Nest.
Exploring what’s available in the shops at Potomac Woods Plaza and Park Potomac.
Not to bring on a Potomac panic, but soon all holiday shopping must be finished.
Annual craft show benefits Clara Barton Community Center.
Some of the community’s most creative people participated in the 10th annual Clara Barton Craft Show on Sunday, Dec. 4.
Since 1986, the WHC Sisterhood Holiday Boutique has provided area residents with the opportunity to discover “one-of-a-kind” gifts or personal treasures, to meet and greet old friends, to have lunch or dinner at the Café (or better yet, to take home brisket and kugel) or bid on Silent Auction items.
Artomatic 2016 continues through Dec. 9 at Park Potomac.
Last weekend, more than 1,600 art enthusiasts, music aficionados, curiosity seekers and D.C.-area residents visited Artomatic 2016 to discover new art, mingle with the creative community and enjoy performances and interactive activities.
Through all the changes, friendships remain.
"Plant the seeds of friendship, then watch the blessings grow!" is the motto of the Potomac Area Neighbor’s Club (PANC) — formerly the Potomac Area Newcomer’s Club.
$2,500 donated to refurbish library meeting room.
Twenty-five years ago, Karin Currie had the foresight to launch the first Friends of the Library Chapter in Montgomery County at the Potomac Library.
Albee play at Congregation Har Shalom.
“A Delicate Balance” by Edward Albee is, as Director Laurie T. Freed says, a story of multiple themes: “man’s fear of taking risks in life; man’s inability to honestly communicate with family and friends; the loss of passion in one’s life; the fear of aging; the fear of the unknown.
Food, rides and music fill the day.
Haiti boy finds home with Freishstat family.
Five-year-old Luke Freishstat is exuberant — about his two older brothers and mom and dad, his classes at Georgetown Hill Elementary, his new friends, his new home in Potomac — but particularly about his chocolate Lab.
Chamber names its three honorees.
What better way to celebrate Potomac's honorees for the Citizen of the Year, Youth of the Year and Business Leader of the Year than riding at the head of the Potomac Parade — and recognition at Potomac Day 2016?
Annual parade, classic car show, music and rides returns Oct. 22.
What’s more fun than a parade, clowns and candy? Scurrying up a climbing wall? Sliding down inflatable slides? Riding a pony, petting an alpaca, or cuddling a pig? Listening to music and nibbling Potomac Pizza’s pizza on a beautiful fall day? Checking out an exquisite 1957 T-Bird or a snazzy Impala from the 1960s? Oct. 22 is Potomac Day 2016 — and Potomac residents are already anticipating the excitement of the annual family day.
Raising funds locally for local needs.
See a problem – solve a problem. That’s how the “100 Women Who Care” movement started.
Formerly known as Potomac Pilates.
Ten years ago, Reina Offut Pratt launched the first Potomac Pilates studio in a tiny space next to Big Wheel Bikes in the back of the Potomac Village Shopping Center. She was the first in the area to feature Pilates on a reformer.
“Night at the Yards” to benefit foundation.
“This past year, ‘Living Classrooms’ touched the lives of 35,000 children and young adults who are struggling to succeed against terrible odds,” said Potomac native Thara Taylor, vice president of development for the Living Classrooms Foundation.
Sharing lessons on the value of family.
“I always wanted to be a Dad and my son is the most important person in my life. He is the one who convinced me to speak before you and tell you the impact that Adoptions Together has made on our lives.” said Marc Blumenstein. He recounted the story of the adoption of his son Zachery — now a college student studying in Europe — as photos were displayed before the sell-out crowd at the “Taste in Potomac” Saturday evening.
Fundraiser to benefit Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse.
Have a friend or family member who cancels and changes plans often, has unexplained injuries, apologizes and makes excuses for her or his partner’s behavior, is excessive in calling and texting their partner or has sudden changes in mood or personality? Perhaps the friend is overly anxious, guilty, defensive, depressed and feeling helpless and hopeless. Perhaps she or he is intentionally seeking isolation from friends, family or activities.