History Happy Hour: Lost and Found Montgomery County

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June 10: Join us as we explore Montgomery County’s forgotten history with award-winning journalist, author and editor Eugene L. Meyer! Meyer, a former Washington Post reporter and editor who has written extensively about local history, will engage our audience with discussions on the County’s Confederate legacy, recent racial and demographic changes and its transition from rural to…

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Salon Luncheon: How to Self Publish Your Book

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June 1: You’ve finished your novel or memoir but don’t know how to get it read by the outside world? In this free Salon, learn the steps involved in self-publishing, from layout to finding a printer to marketing. Speaker David Wonderling, who recently self-published Living History of the Civil War,  is…

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A Very Berry and Bourbon Evening

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May 26: SOLD OUT! Tantalize your taste buds! A Very Berry Evening Returns… with a kick!  Sample berry-inspired dishes masterly crafted by Chef Antionio Lombardi of al Sospiro Trattoria, Chef Doug Kellner of GrillMarx Steakhouse and Raw Bar, Huber & Melvin Mendoza of Passion Bakery Cafe, Chef Jose Luis of Sardi’s Fusion, and Chef Paul Hajewski of The Inn at Brookeville…

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Strawberry Festival Saturday

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June 4: Sandy Spring Museum’s 35th Annual Strawberry Festival is around the corner! This widely anticipated event has now become a Sandy Spring tradition and part of the town’s history. The Festival attracts thousands of people who come to enjoy the small-town atmosphere, live music, fresh strawberries, handmade crafts, children’s…

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