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August, 2019

Sunday
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Sunday, August 4 @ 12:30-4:15 pm: The Kennedy Center: The Band‘s Visit / Critically acclaimed new musical. Meet in front of Safeway at 12:30 am and leave at 12:45. Performance 2-3:45. Return Uber at 4:15. Tickets $79-$109 + 14% fee, depending on availability plus $20 transportation (M&V).
Monday
5
Mohican Pool 7117 MacArthur Blvd. Bethesda, MD 20816
10:00 AM
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Mondays, 7/22 and 29 and August 5 and 12 at 10:00 am (arrival 9:45 am). Water Aerobics @ the Mohican Swim Club. Cost is $5 per class / Class Size Limited. Registration and payment required by July 15 or sooner. Admittance restricted to those on the confirmed list. Class is in the deep end of the pool with flotation devices (dumbbells) (M&V).
Wednesday
7
The Kennedy Center
9:15 AM
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Wednesday, August 7 @ 9:15 am to 1:30 pm: Kennedy Center Docent Tour and Lunch / Meet in front of Safeway at 9:15 am, leave 9:30. Docent tour by Dorothy Douse followed by lunch at the Terrace Cafeteria. Opportunity to visit all KC theaters and special lounges. Tour will include visits to KC special lounges – Russian, Israeli, Chinese & African, each decorated with art donated by the sponsoring country. Learn about KC history, donations & artwork from over 60 countries. See Presidential boxes, newest renovated Terrace Theater, learn about The REACH, the KC expansion to open in September. $20 transportation cost plus cost for lunch (M&V).
Wednesday
7
Sumner Village Community Center.
10:00 AM
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Bridge Group is now open to men and women.
Wednesday
7
LFV Office
1:00 PM
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This meeting will be about sharing books we‘ve already read. Please come with a favorite book in mind that you would like to tell everyone about. Talk a little about the book and why you rate it so highly. This is a wonderful way of getting to know one another. At the end of the meeting we will select our October book. This book group is about making friends and getting to know each other. There is no richer way than by discussions. Books are our currency. Please come and check us out! (M&V)
Thursday
8
Little Falls Library
1:00 PM
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“The Golden Era of the Washington Post,” with Bob Levey, award-winning journalist, columnist and radio talk show host, whose works include Washington Album: A Pictorial History of the Nation’s Capital, a 200-page illustrated history of the local city and his first novel, Larry Felder, Candidate. SEATING LIMITED. PLEASE BE SURE TO REGISTER. CARPOOLING RECOMMENDED.

Bob Levey will recount his most memorable moments throughout his 36 years working for The Washington Post, including being hired by Ben Bradlee and being seated between Bernstein and Woodward during Watergate. He will also discuss his newest publication, Larry Felder, Candidate, which details the story of a famous Washington newspaper columnist (Felder) who abandons journalism to run for congress in Maryland’s 8th District, Montgomery County. For 23 years, Levey wrote a daily column, “Bob Levey’s Washington,” for The Washington Post. The column looked at all aspects of life in the nation’s capital and won major awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and The Washington Journalism Review. Levey was voted the 1994 Radio Talk Show Host of the Year in the Washington Market and was named one of the most important radio talk show hosts in America by Talkers Magazine in 1996. In 1999, Levey was also named Washingtonian of the Year by Washingtonian magazine in recognition of his community service through his column and hands-on volunteer work. The presentation will be followed by a book sale and signing.
Thursday
8
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Discussion of financial topics as determined by group. Group meets every six weeks.
Monday
12
Mohican Pool 7117 MacArthur Blvd. Bethesda, MD 20816
10:00 AM
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Mondays, 7/22 and 29 and August 5 and 12 at 10:00 am (arrival 9:45 am). Water Aerobics @ the Mohican Swim Club. Cost is $5 per class / Class Size Limited. Registration and payment required by July 15 or sooner. Admittance restricted to those on the confirmed list. Class is in the deep end of the pool with flotation devices (dumbbells) (M&V).
Monday
12
Passion Fin
12:00 PM
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Join your friends for an enjoyable lunch! Please let us know if you plan to attend so we can make the reservation.
Tuesday
13
Member's home
2:00 PM
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Enjoy great conversations with other members. Bring sewing, knitting, quilting or your favorite project.
Wednesday
14
Sumner Village Community Center.
10:00 AM
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Bridge Group is now open to men and women.
Monday
19
LFV Office
3:30 PM
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Call the office if you want to join in planning great LFV events and outings (M&V).
Monday
19
TBD -- Call the Office for the location.
4:00 PM
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VOLUNTEER TRAINING on Monday, August 19 @ 4:00 – 6:00 pm. This is for new LFV volunteers as well as LFV volunteers who have not yet attended this training.
Tuesday
20
Little Falls Village Office
10:30 AM
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We’re excited to announce a fantastic NEW LFV group (for LFV Members & Volunteers) – TECH TUESDAYS – beginning TUESDAY AUGUST 20 @ 10:30 – 11:30 am Class + half hour for personal “TECH HELP” questions.
• This group will meet in the LFV office’s ‘back room,‘ so space is limited. RSVP by August 16 if you want to attend the first meeting of this group and by the Friday prior to each Tuesday class if you want to attend that class.

• We will start the first August 20 class with iPhone basics. Future class topics will be decided and promoted ahead of each class, focused on teaching smartphone capabilities and topics of interest for class participants. We have a full list of class topics which will be announced so you can choose which to attend.

• Join this group to unlock the capabilities of your smart phones! Each 1-hour interactive class will be followed by a half hour where you can get assistance with your tech questions.

In prep for this first August 20 meeting, please send an email to me with answers to these questions:
(1) Are you interested in attending the TECH TUESDAY class on August 20 or future Tuesday meetings? You will be able to choose which class to attend based on the weekly topic. (RSVPs will be required prior to each class, given the limited space.)
(2) If you are interested in attending the classes, do you have an iPhone or Android?
(3) What are the 5 top things you would want to learn about your iPhone or Android (specify weather Android or iPhone)

The potential list of class topics includes:
• Basic smart phone set-up, functions & settings, including data conservation settings
• Accessibility options
• Apps
• UBER / LYFT
• Phone calls, video chats
• Texting, contacts
• Taking, organizing & sharing photos & videos
• Podcasts & audio books
• Instagram & Twitter
• News links
• Common problems and how to resolve
Tuesday
20
Clyde's
12:30 PM
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Join your LFV friends for a tasty meal!
Wednesday
21
Sumner Village Community Center.
10:00 AM
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Bridge Group is now open to men and women.
Wednesday
21
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“The Washington, D.C., Area Ecosystem: A Book and Photo Essay,” with Edward Barrows, Professor of Biology at Georgetown University and author of several publications, including books such as Animal Behavior Desk Reference, A Dictionary of Animal Behavior, Ecology, and Evolution, and Nature, Gardens, and Georgetown, as well as scores of scientific papers. SEATING IS LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER. CARPOOLING RECOMMENDED.

Earth’s Biosphere is the only known planetary ecosystem in our Cosmos of billions of celestial bodies and more. Within our Biosphere are many smaller ecosystems including the Washington, D.C., Area, Ecosystem (WDCAE) — our fragile home. It contains Washington, D.C., and its four surrounding counties. Edward Barrows will talk about the WDCAE and his book-in-progress with the same name. He will cover some basic ecosystem concepts and show many original photos of the WDCAE, in an interactive, lecture-discussion format.
Wednesday
21
LFV Office
7:00 PM
Thursday
22
The Avalon Theather
10:30 AM
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Tickets $5. Movie will be announced the week prior. Members usually carpool. Let us know if you need transportation (ALL, transportation only for M&V)
Thursday
22
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Come and join the fun. Meet your friends and make new friends! Please be sure to register so that we can make the reservation. Separate checks. Free parking with Lia‘s validation around the corner. Call the LFV office to register and for parking details.
Tuesday
27
Corrian Atwell’s house.
10:30 AM
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Corrian Atwell’s house. Bring a poem to read & your poetic thoughts to share (M&V)
Tuesday
27
Member's home
2:00 PM
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Enjoy great conversations with other members. Bring sewing, knitting, quilting or your favorite project.
Wednesday
28
Sumner Village Community Center.
10:00 AM
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Bridge Group is now open to men and women.

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