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June, 2021

Tuesday
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Heidi Schloss and Miriam Rittberg are both retired art teachers. They bring their special talent for educating and having fun to this Northwest Neighbors Connecting art class. You may learn about Matisse while creating a beautiful papercut, or learn about Notan, the Japanese art of "light dark harmony". Join this Baltimore village on Zoom every Tuesday at 10am. Email ashimanovich@chaibaltimore.org to participate. Hosted by Northwest Neighbors Connecting.
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Most people recognize that climate change is an existential threat that will become a catastrophe if we don’t do something about it. People ask: “What can I do about it?” “Can individual action make a difference?” Our speaker, Bruce Davis, argues that individual action is essential to protect our common home, the earth. Speaker: Bruce Davis - attorney, presenter, and mentor for leaders in training for the Climate Reality Project (an organization founded by Al Gore). Register by May 31. Hosted by Greater Stonegate Village.
Wednesday
2
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This series of ongoing classes is carefully designed for you by Pamela Sislen to do while at home either seated or standing. Each session includes: a warm up, a strength training section and a cool down. Exercise modifications will be offered. Equipment is optional: light hand weights or dumbbells or bags of rice, small water bottles or soup cans. This class is free for CC@H members and volunteers.

Please RSVP to info@chevychaseathome.org.
Thursday
3
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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s latest exhibition, Burma’s Path to Genocide, explores how the Rohingya went from citizens to outsiders-and became targets of a sustained campaign of genocide. Museum experts will share an overview of the Museum’s mission and work, and take us on a virtual tour of the new exhibition. While the Museum will be reopening on May 17, Northwest Neighbors Village is pleased to bring this experience to you, and you will be among the first to see it. Hosted by Northwest Neighbors Village.
Friday
4
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For CC@H members: Many of us have missed the chance to exercise and socialize in this way, during the past year.
The walk will start from Brookville Market and go down through Rollingwood past Candy Cane City to just past the stables and return. Round trip is about 3 miles, with a hill coming back. In keeping with prudent public health measures, we would like every participant to be fully vaccinated, wear a mask and keep a 3-6 foot distance from others during the walk. We also recommend that everyone bring some water. Email info@chevychaseathome.org for more information and to let us know if you are interested!
Friday
4
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This class meets in the Jane Lawton Community Park (4301 Willow Ln, Chevy Chase, MD 20815), in the shady small basketball court next to the parking lot. The class is co-sponsored by Chevy Chase at Home and is officially free with a suggested donation per class. Classes are drop in, no need to register for more than one at a time, only come when you like. In case of questionable weather, participants will be notified by 8:30 that morning if class is cancelled. To register contact Sharon-mshrnktz@gmail.com or call 301-633-5593. She will then send you the waiver as well that you need to fill out first.
Friday
4
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Required training session for new CC@H volunteers, which will be taking place over Zoom. If interested in volunteering with us, please contact info@chevychaseathome.org.
Monday
7
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Zumba® Gold is designed for the active older adult, the true beginner, and/or people who are not used to exercising, or people who may be limited physically.
The same great Latin styles of music and dance are used and just as fun as regular Zumba classes. However, Zumba Gold is a lower intensity.

. Zumba® Gold classes strive to improve balance, strength, flexibility and most importantly, the heart.
We use very easy to follow steps, which includes Salsa, Cha Cha, Merengue, Cumbia, Salsa, Rock & Roll (including Twist and Charleston), Belly Dance, Flamenco, and Tango.
When you take a Zumba® Gold class, be sure to wear comfortable workout clothing and supportive footwear
First class is a free demo, additional classes are $8.

Contact Sharon G-Katz to register: mshrnktz@gmail.com
Tuesday
8
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John Reeves’ book, A Fire in the Wilderness: The First Battle Between Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee, depicts the initial bloody showdown between the two most celebrated military leaders of the Civil War. If Grant’s spring campaign ended in failure, it’s extremely likely that President Lincoln wouldn’t have been reelected. Lincoln believed his successor would have sought peace immediately, which would have meant an end to the Union. Reeves will discuss the performance of the two generals and why this battle marked the beginning of the end for the Confederate States and changed the course of American history. Register by June 7. Hosted by Northwest Neighbors Village
Tuesday
8
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Japanese art in America has seldom been discussed even though artists — such as Yasuo Kuniyoshi — reached prominence especially in the period between the two world wars. Kuniyoshi’s art and creativity were said to rival those of his contemporaries, including Edward Hopper, Georgia O’Keeffe and Stuart Davis. Chiura Obata, another Japanese emigre, became one of the most significant California-based artists and Japanese American cultural leaders of the century. Roger Shimamura, working during the second half of the century, combined American pop culture images with Japanese woodblock prints inspired by his own experiences of racism and by the diaries that his grandmother kept over a period of fifty-six years. Join us for a docent-led discussion of these artists. RSVP to park21217@aol.com for Zoom meeting information. Hosted by North Bethesda Village.
Wednesday
9
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Author Chris Brown will talk about his book "The Washington Canoe Club". The Club has been a landmark on the Georgetown waterfront of the nation’s capital for over a century. Its iconic Victorian boathouse, now listed in the National Register of Historic Places, has survived floods and fires as well as changing land uses along the Potomac shoreline. The canoe club is best known for its prowess and as a pioneer in national and international paddling competition, from introducing canoeing as an Olympic sport in 1924 to bringing women fully into competitive paddling. But the story is also one of the coming of age of outdoor recreation and social clubs in America’s cities, where, post-Civil War, people came to enjoy new leisure time and “physical culture” in a wide variety of outdoor activities. Hosted by Palisades Village.
Wednesday
9
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This series of ongoing classes is carefully designed for you by Pamela Sislen to do while at home either seated or standing. Each session includes: a warm up, a strength training section and a cool down. Exercise modifications will be offered. Equipment is optional: light hand weights or dumbbells or bags of rice, small water bottles or soup cans. This class is free for CC@H members and volunteers.

Please RSVP to info@chevychaseathome.org.
Wednesday
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Thursday
10
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Grab a tea or coffee and Zoom in and chat with your neighbors about a pre-determined topic (TBD). RSVP to info@chevychaseathome.org up to the day of the event.
Thursday
10
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Learn how to protect your personal information online, including how to safely browse the internet, recognize scams, and know when it‘s OK - and not - to share personal information online. This program brought to you by Aspen Hill Library and technology learning organization Senior Planet. Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/96463262551 Or Dial In:?301 715 8592; Meeting ID: 964 6326 2551
Friday
11
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For CC@H members: Many of us have missed the chance to exercise and socialize in this way, during the past year.
The walk will start from Brookville Market and go down through Rollingwood past Candy Cane City to just past the stables and return. Round trip is about 3 miles, with a hill coming back. In keeping with prudent public health measures, we would like every participant to be fully vaccinated, wear a mask and keep a 3-6 foot distance from others during the walk. We also recommend that everyone bring some water. Email info@chevychaseathome.org for more information and to let us know if you are interested!
Friday
11
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This class meets in the Jane Lawton Community Park (4301 Willow Ln, Chevy Chase, MD 20815), in the shady small basketball court next to the parking lot. The class is co-sponsored by Chevy Chase at Home and is officially free with a suggested donation per class. Classes are drop in, no need to register for more than one at a time, only come when you like. In case of questionable weather, participants will be notified by 8:30 that morning if class is cancelled. To register contact Sharon-mshrnktz@gmail.com or call 301-633-5593. She will then send you the waiver as well that you need to fill out first.
Friday
11
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Join Ralph Buglass and MCPL for a presentation about Maryland's iconic Sugarloaf Mountain! It is mountain laurel season. Are you thinking of Marylanders' favorite mountain? Take off your hiking boots and rest your feet while enjoying a presentation by Ralph Buglass about the mountain's interesting history.

Sugarloaf Mountain, a private oasis of natural beauty and scenic vistas that is open to the public, nearly became Camp David and was almost topped with a modernistic structure designed by one of America’s most famous architects, Frank Lloyd Wright, that instead ended up as a New York City landmark. This extensively illustrated talk explores these and other historical oddities of this tiny mountain that sits all by itself just over the Montgomery County line in Frederick County. Hosted by Montgomery County Public Libraries. Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/92248544158 Or Dial In:?301 715 8592; Meeting ID: 922 4854 4158 .
Saturday
12
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Delegate Marc Korman will speak about the past legislative session and its impact on our area. Mr. Korman has been District 16‘s Delegate to the Maryland General Assembly since 2014. He was born and raised in Montgomery County and attended Montgomery County Public Schools, and he has been a strong advocate for Bethesda and Western Montgomery County. This program is presented by the Connie Morella Library and Bethesda Metro Area Village. Zoom Login: https://zoom.us/j/97087022243?pwd=aGh6MExPWkFZRWQwY01ZaFVxdG5NZz09 Or Dial In:?301 715 8592; Meeting ID: 970 8702 2243
Monday
14
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Zumba® Gold is designed for the active older adult, the true beginner, and/or people who are not used to exercising, or people who may be limited physically.
The same great Latin styles of music and dance are used and just as fun as regular Zumba classes. However, Zumba Gold is a lower intensity.

. Zumba® Gold classes strive to improve balance, strength, flexibility and most importantly, the heart.
We use very easy to follow steps, which includes Salsa, Cha Cha, Merengue, Cumbia, Salsa, Rock & Roll (including Twist and Charleston), Belly Dance, Flamenco, and Tango.
When you take a Zumba® Gold class, be sure to wear comfortable workout clothing and supportive footwear
First class is a free demo, additional classes are $8.

Contact Sharon G-Katz to register: mshrnktz@gmail.com
Monday
14
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This monthly affinity group discusses a different film picked and watched in advance. For June the group will be watching the 2019 documentary "Hillbilly," which "seeks to expand understanding of Appalachia, tracing the evolution of the `hillbilly' stereotype in media and culture by connecting it to corporate exploitation of the region's natural resources." You can view this film with a Hulu account or rent it from Amazon Prime for $3.99. Please view the film before the meeting, and RSVP to info@chevychaseathome.org to let us know you are coming.
Tuesday
15
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Did you miss seeing the sold-out exhibit "Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors" when it was at the Hirshhorn in 2017? Or would you like to revisit it? This Dial-a-Docent presentation will present many of the works from that exhibition giving you the space and time to examine and discuss her work without the pressure of crowds. The conversation will span more than 60 years and include painting, sculpture, performance (happenings), fashion and the realization of her utopian vision in the Infinity Rooms. Hosted by Chevy Chase At Home.
Wednesday
16
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This series of ongoing classes is carefully designed for you by Pamela Sislen to do while at home either seated or standing. Each session includes: a warm up, a strength training section and a cool down. Exercise modifications will be offered. Equipment is optional: light hand weights or dumbbells or bags of rice, small water bottles or soup cans. This class is free for CC@H members and volunteers.

Please RSVP to info@chevychaseathome.org.
Wednesday
16
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Raluca Iarosis, a docent at the Hirshhorn Museum and the Smithsonian Castle since 2014, introduces us to three contemporary women artists from different parts of the world. The focus will be on the diversity of their techniques and materials, the resulting meaning or message in each case, and the source of inspiration. One of her approaches is to look at the works of our times through the perspective of the history of art or history. Equally important, is to focus on the technique and materials used by the artists, which she considers a relevant point especially in contemporary art. Register by June 15. Hosted by Cheverly Village.
Thursday
17
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Benita Lubic, President of Transeair Travel, will talk about the present status of travel, where can Americans travel now, restrictions, and the Covid Passport. The current state of the world has made us more aware of the way we travel, and the destinations we visit. She will discuss current state of air travel, cruises plus review health and safety travel procedures, policies and regulations. You’ll also learn best practices for being a safer (and smarter!) traveler so you are prepared when you are able to travel again.
Benita is now is celebrating her 62nd year owning a travel business, having traveled to about 140 countries. She arranges group and sales incentive travel, personalized individual trips and escorted tours, including many cruises, worldwide. Among her trip highlights are over 25 tours to Cuba for religious groups, humanitarian, beekeepers, baseball, chess enthusiasts and the Washington Ballet; visits to Bhutan, Japan, China, Thailand (most of Asia), South Africa, East Africa, Morocco, Israel, Egypt, most of South America, the South Pacific plus the US. Registration Link: www.littlefallsvillage.org/Travel
Thursday
17
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Whether you are working on a craft project or just want to join us for conversation, cookies and tea, you are welcome! For the foreseeable future, we are meeting via Zoom, which you can access on your phone or computer. Contact Karen or Katharine (info@chevychaseathome.org) in advance and we will send you a link to join the Zoom meeting.
Thursday
17
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Jose Andres and Ris Lacoste are making an impact on communities locally and globally. They are contributing their time, expertise and passions to bring hope and well-being to those in need, providing meals and education and are always ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work to make life better. The chefs will discuss what generosity of spirit means to them. Learn how they each attacked the challenge of the pandemic with their culinary expertise to provide support to the residents of Washington, D.C. They‘ll discuss the future of restaurants as the pandemic winds down, their own culinary experience and a look at D.C. as a foodie city. There will also be time for Q & A from the audience. To register, please email info@fbwevillage.org with "Two Star Chefs" in the subject line. Hosted by Foggy Bottom West End Village.
Friday
18
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For CC@H members: Many of us have missed the chance to exercise and socialize in this way, during the past year.
The walk will start from Brookville Market and go down through Rollingwood past Candy Cane City to just past the stables and return. Round trip is about 3 miles, with a hill coming back. In keeping with prudent public health measures, we would like every participant to be fully vaccinated, wear a mask and keep a 3-6 foot distance from others during the walk. We also recommend that everyone bring some water. Email info@chevychaseathome.org for more information and to let us know if you are interested!
Friday
18
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This class meets in the Jane Lawton Community Park (4301 Willow Ln, Chevy Chase, MD 20815), in the shady small basketball court next to the parking lot. The class is co-sponsored by Chevy Chase at Home and is officially free with a suggested donation per class. Classes are drop in, no need to register for more than one at a time, only come when you like. In case of questionable weather, participants will be notified by 8:30 that morning if class is cancelled. To register contact Sharon-mshrnktz@gmail.com or call 301-633-5593. She will then send you the waiver as well that you need to fill out first.
Monday
21
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Zumba® Gold is designed for the active older adult, the true beginner, and/or people who are not used to exercising, or people who may be limited physically.
The same great Latin styles of music and dance are used and just as fun as regular Zumba classes. However, Zumba Gold is a lower intensity.

. Zumba® Gold classes strive to improve balance, strength, flexibility and most importantly, the heart.
We use very easy to follow steps, which includes Salsa, Cha Cha, Merengue, Cumbia, Salsa, Rock & Roll (including Twist and Charleston), Belly Dance, Flamenco, and Tango.
When you take a Zumba® Gold class, be sure to wear comfortable workout clothing and supportive footwear
First class is a free demo, additional classes are $8.

Contact Sharon G-Katz to register: mshrnktz@gmail.com
Monday
21
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Coffee and Conversation--a mid-morning get together to talk about a book you have recently read, a movie or other show you have recently seen and websites that you recommend. RSVP info@chevychaseathome.org to get the Zoom info.
Tuesday
22
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Disinformation, trolling, conspiracies, and campus intolerance are all recent additions to our daily vocabulary that appear to have little in common. But together, they are driving an epistemic crisis: a multi-front challenge to America’s ability to distinguish fact from fiction and elevate truth above falsehood. In his new book, “The Constitution of Knowledge: A Defense of Truth,” Brookings Senior Fellow Jonathan Rauch uses parallel 18th-century developments of liberal democracy and science to explain what he calls the “Constitution of Knowledge”—our social system for turning disagreement into truth. Rauch will debut his book at Brookings and will be joined by journalist Anne Applebaum and author Neal Stephenson for a discussion moderated by Brookings Vice President Darrell West. The speakers will explore today’s war on facts and explain how every American can defend objective truth.Viewers can submit questions for speakers by emailing events@brookings.edu or via Twitter at @BrookingsGov by using #ConstitutionOfKnowledge. Hosted by the Brookings Institution.
Tuesday
22
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Recycling Specialist Sharon D’Emidio from the Montgomery County Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) will speak about the County’s recycling program, especially regarding all kinds of plastics. Sharon has worked with Montgomery County DEP since 2018. Prior to that she was a Program Manager at Bethesda Green and a Program Director for the District Department of the Environment in Washington, DC. Sharon currently lives in Bethesda but was a resident of North Chevy Chase in the early 2010s. Hosted by North Chevy Chase Connections. Access on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86440444580?pwd=MWhtSWx2SGh6aGllVC8vbGZYYi9DQT09
Wednesday
23
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This series of ongoing classes is carefully designed for you by Pamela Sislen to do while at home either seated or standing. Each session includes: a warm up, a strength training section and a cool down. Exercise modifications will be offered. Equipment is optional: light hand weights or dumbbells or bags of rice, small water bottles or soup cans. This class is free for CC@H members and volunteers.

Please RSVP to info@chevychaseathome.org.
Wednesday
23
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Nearly every 24-hour news cycle contains a news item related to Russia. Gregory Feifer will offer insights that may help us in understanding the rationale behind the current chaos in the world order.
A former NPR Moscow correspondent who reported from Russia for almost a decade, Gregory witnessed the coup d’état attempt against Mikhail Gorbachev in 1991. During the country's resurgence under Vladimir Putin, he observed the effects of its vast new oil wealth on an increasingly nationalistic society, as well as, Moscow's rekindling of a new Cold War-style opposition to the West. As a senior correspondent at Radio Free Europe in Prague, Feifer investigated Russian influence in Europe, including the Kremlin's use of Gazprom, the Russian gas monopoly, as an instrument of foreign policy.
Before joining NPR in 2005, Gregory Feifer lived in Paris and New York and has written for numerous outlets, including The New Republic, The Washington Post, and World Policy Journal. Feifer has also authored a number of books including The Great Gamble and Russians: The Power Behind the People. He serves as executive director of the Institute of Current World Affairs, which awards fellowships to young men and women allowing them to travel outside of the US and gain an in-depth understanding of chosen topic areas.
This event is brought to you by the Council of Former Federal Executives & Associates (COFFE).
Registration Link: www.littlefallsvillage.org/Russia
Wednesday
23
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Michael Dobbs - New York Times bestselling author, presidential historian and former Washington Post reporter - tells the story of how Nixon made himself, and then destroyed himself. A Shakespearean tale in its drama and intensity. Zoom login: https://zoom.us/j/99956311299?pwd=RzJQLzMrSDdtZG8rKzl2VlJJWmUrUT09
Or dial in: 301-715-8592; Meeting ID: 999 5631 1299. Hosted by the Connie Morella Library and Bethesda Metro Area Village.
Thursday
24
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Music and Movement invites you to actively experience the joy and many benefits of dance and song right from home—and in your favorite chair. People at all levels of physical abilities are able to take advantage of the opportunity to sing, move, and create in a warm and supportive interactive environment. Music is drawn from classic Broadway shows and popular music that people know and love, from Irving Berlin to Jerry Herman, Rodgers and Hammerstein to Fats Waller, the Gershwins to Lennon and McCartney. Co-teacher Roy Barber is at the keyboard and leads participants in several songs during each one-hour class, all with lyrics displayed on screen. Easy-to-do movement sequences are inspired by a variety of dance forms and focus on gently engaging all parts of the body. And you can also exercise your creativity in the improvisational group movement that ends each class. The movement material is based on the Dance for PD, a program developed by Mark Morris Dance Group and the Brooklyn Parkinson Group. Co-teacher Robert Sacheli is a teaching artist in the program. The class, which is done fully seated, is appropriate and fully adaptable for people at a variety of levels of physical abilities. People living with memory challenges can also enjoy the classes. No dance or musical experience is required. And family members are welcome to join in the fun. The class is donation-based, but the first session you attend is free. Email robertsacheli@comcast.net to register and get the Zoom information. Registration closes at 10 a.m. the day of class. Sponsored by Chevy Chase At Home.
Thursday
24
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All Chevy Chase At Home members and volunteers are welcome to join this new book club, which will meet monthly for an hour and read books from a variety of genres. The June book selection is "Giver of Stars" by JoJo Moyes.
Thursday
24
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Kensington Park is proud to support Maria Shriver with the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement (WAM) and Lauren Miller Rogen with HFC, two of the nation’s leading Alzheimer’s and brain health-focused nonprofit organizations, as they bring together brain health experts and celebrity advocates to equip you with ways to live a brain-healthy life! This free-to-attend, 90-minute, virtual summit is for anyone interested in learning about the connection between Alzheimer’s and brain health and how to sustain a journey of wellness. Join us for candid conversations, actionable steps and a few surprise guests. Session topics include: Eating for Brain Health, Sleep, Exercise and Cognitive Fitness for Brain Health Meditation, Faith and Emotional Well-Being for Brain Health Women, and Hormones and Brain Health. Read more here: https://kensingtonparkseniorliving.com/events/brain-it-on/ Hosted by Kensington Park Senior Living Community.
Friday
25
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For CC@H members: Many of us have missed the chance to exercise and socialize in this way, during the past year.
The walk will start from Brookville Market and go down through Rollingwood past Candy Cane City to just past the stables and return. Round trip is about 3 miles, with a hill coming back. In keeping with prudent public health measures, we would like every participant to be fully vaccinated, wear a mask and keep a 3-6 foot distance from others during the walk. We also recommend that everyone bring some water. Email info@chevychaseathome.org for more information and to let us know if you are interested!
Friday
25
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This class meets in the Jane Lawton Community Park (4301 Willow Ln, Chevy Chase, MD 20815), in the shady small basketball court next to the parking lot. The class is co-sponsored by Chevy Chase at Home and is officially free with a suggested donation per class. Classes are drop in, no need to register for more than one at a time, only come when you like. In case of questionable weather, participants will be notified by 8:30 that morning if class is cancelled. To register contact Sharon-mshrnktz@gmail.com or call 301-633-5593. She will then send you the waiver as well that you need to fill out first.
Friday
25
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This past year has afforded us extra time to look at all the things we've accumulated through the years. How do we feel about our possessions as we move forward? How can we part with those sentimental collections? Whether we anticipate a future move or we simply want our living spaces to work better for us, most of us struggle with the process of "editing" our space. This panel of presenters will help us tackle the tough decisions about which things to keep and which to part with. This is not a formal presentation; it's a chance for you to ask your questions to our panel of experts, whose professions involve walking their clients through this journey. When you register, you will have a chance to pose questions in advance. You can bring additional questions to the session. AHA is teaming up with Mt Vernon At Home for this event and Steve Gurney of ProAgingSourcebook will host this meeting. Panelists: Karen Gardiner, Simplify for Life Peter Crouch, Crouch Realty Group of McEnearney Associates Lori James, Ararity Auctions Maria Spetalnik, Conquer the Clutter. Register by June 24. Hosted by At Home in Alexandria and Mount Vernon At Home Villages.
Friday
25
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Richard Wolf was a reporter and editor in Washington for USA TODAY and Gannett News Service from 1986 to 2021. He has covered all three branches of the federal government, from Congress to the White House and finally to the Supreme Court, where he was based for the past nine years. During that time, the court has issued landmark decisions on same-sex marriage, health care, voting rights, abortion and other major issues, and it has been transformed from a closely divided court to one dominated by conservative justices. Richard will address the court's personnel, past rulings, current cases and potential future vacancies. Part of Chevy Chase At Home's Guest Speaker Program.
Saturday
26
The Woman's Club of Chevy Chase
10:00 AM
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Looking for unexpected treasures, or to sell your clothing, accessories, jewelry, books, furniture, housewares and more? The Woman's Club of Chevy Chase is hosting a flea market where you can do both. Please note that this event is only intended for residents selling personal items and not open to commercial vendors of new or used goods. Community residents can rent tables for $25.00 each and are responsible for their own methods of payment. Email: Gloria Crowley to reserve and pay for your table using PayPal via this link: https://wcccmaryland.org/flea-market. Sales support the charitable activities of the Woman’s Club of Chevy Chase and Building Preservation. Cash, credit card, and Venmo accepted. Free parking behind the clubhouse on Dunlop Street. Hosted by the Woman's Club of Chevy Chase.
Saturday
26
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Do you have questions about your plants and garden? Learn about gardens and gardening from the Montgomery County Master Gardeners. Master Gardeners are trained volunteers of the University of Maryland Extension, who are dedicated to helping the citizens of Montgomery County, Maryland. Join on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/95200569002?pwd=NWQ4eXV5cm5WS05oOS92R20wV3FIQT09 Or Dial In:301 715 8592; Meeting ID: 952 0056 9002
Monday
28
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Zumba® Gold is designed for the active older adult, the true beginner, and/or people who are not used to exercising, or people who may be limited physically.
The same great Latin styles of music and dance are used and just as fun as regular Zumba classes. However, Zumba Gold is a lower intensity.

. Zumba® Gold classes strive to improve balance, strength, flexibility and most importantly, the heart.
We use very easy to follow steps, which includes Salsa, Cha Cha, Merengue, Cumbia, Salsa, Rock & Roll (including Twist and Charleston), Belly Dance, Flamenco, and Tango.
When you take a Zumba® Gold class, be sure to wear comfortable workout clothing and supportive footwear
First class is a free demo, additional classes are $8.

Contact Sharon G-Katz to register: mshrnktz@gmail.com
Tuesday
29
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The final session in this 3-part series is called "Racism: Three Artists Respond". The works of contemporary artists Kara Walker, Titus Kaphar and Howardina Pindell are explored, with an emphasis on their works that respond to inequality and repression in the art world and more broadly. Presenter: Nancy Hirshbein, Hirshhorn Tour Guide and Dial-a-Docent Founding Member. Email cele@athomeinalexandria.org for the Zoom link. Presented by a collaboration of DC/MD/VA Villages.
Wednesday
30
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This series of ongoing classes is carefully designed for you by Pamela Sislen to do while at home either seated or standing. Each session includes: a warm up, a strength training section and a cool down. Exercise modifications will be offered. Equipment is optional: light hand weights or dumbbells or bags of rice, small water bottles or soup cans. This class is free for CC@H members and volunteers.

Please RSVP to info@chevychaseathome.org.
Wednesday
30
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Gentle Hatha Yoga is perfect for those who are just starting out with yoga, are less mobile, or simply want a more relaxed yoga experience. Each virtual class will be taught by Carolyn Ericson, a certified yoga instructor. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library, Chevy Chase Chapter. Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/94146372959 Or Dial In:?301-715-8592 Meeting ID (for reference): 941 4637 2959