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Pet Pictures with Santa at Westfield Montgomery Mall

Pet Pictures with Santa at Westfield Montgomery Mall

Santa will be available to take pet photos with your furry friends on Tuesday, December 7 and Tuesday, December 14 from 7pm - 9pm.

  • Where: 7101 Democracy Blvd, Bethesda, MD 20817 (Westfield Montgomery Mall, Center Court)

Christmas on the Farm

Christmas on the Farm

Saturday & Sunday, December 11 & 12
Noon - 500pm
Admission: FREE
Parking: FREE

Come get into the holiday spirit at the Agricultural History Farm Park. It's a perfect place to enjoy the peace and quiet beauty of the season.

  • Turn-of-the-century holiday decorations
  • Free live Christmas music and caroling
  • Homemade baked goods for sale
  • Free hayrides, weather permitting
  • Children's activities
  • Free hot cider and ginger cookies

Miracle Tie Day

On Wednesday, November 10, 2010, people across Maryland wore Miracle Ties as a sign of their support for the pediatric patients at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, Maryland’s largest pediatric hospital and state-designated pediatric trauma center. The Jos. A. Bank Clothiers’ Miracle Collection® is in stores now.

The Miracle Collection® is a line of distinguished men’s neckwear that ties together pediatric research and patient care with fashion by raising funds for Hopkins Children’s. Each year, pediatric patients are asked to draw one of their favorite things and submit their art for a chance to be a Miracle Tie designer. From dogs to dreidels and fish to football, this year’s collection speaks to all interests. 

 Miracle Ties® are available at Jos. A. Bank, Clothiers stores and online at www.Josbank.com.

2010 Miracle Collection® Patient Biographies:

“Football” by Patrick Aron Craig of Pasadena, MD.

Montgomery County Humane Society's Love Ball on Saturday, Nov. 13

Saturday, Nov. 13, 2010 • 7-11pm


Hyatt Regency Bethesda
One Bethesda Metro Center • 7400 Wisconsin Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20814

Note: as of 11.1.10, there are 20 tickets still available (out of 300)

Join hundreds of animal lovers for the most fabulous gala for all animal lovers in the city. Celebrate the compassionate work of the Montgomery County Humane Society, saving thousands of homeless dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and other animals.

2nd Annual “Be Brave and Shave” Heroes against Cancer Fundraiser

Members of the Montgomery County Police Department and Fire & Rescue Service have volunteered to have their heads shaved as participants in this special fundraiser.  Montgomery County Assistant Police Chief Drew Tracy along with approximately 50 officers and firefighters (including at least one female officer and her firefighter husband) will have their heads shaved by volunteer stylists from the Hair Cuttery.

Those who would like to donate in support of the Montgomery County first responders can log unto:  www.firstgiving.com/montgomerypoliceandfire.  The gross proceeds will provide funds to support the McKnew Cancer Research Endowment Fund, hire staff in the Center, and support unbudgeted research initiatives.

Sunday, November 7th, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Montgomery County Public Safety Training Academy: 9710 Great Seneca Highway, Rockville, MD.

County Executive to Host the First Diwali Celebration To Honor Indian Cultural Heritage

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett will host the County’s first Diwali celebration on Monday, November 8, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in honor of the most important holiday in Indian culture and to highlight one of the largest ethnicities in Montgomery County.  The free event will be held at the Executive Office Building, Lobby Level Auditorium, 101 Monroe St., Rockville.

Known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali is a five-day holiday between mid-October and mid-November observed by people of Indian heritage worldwide.  The public education and celebration program will feature remarks, a lighting ceremony, Indian dance and a reception with refreshments.  All food and supplies are being donated by community sponsors. 

The event is co-sponsored by the County Executive’s Office of Community Partnerships and the County Executive’s Asian American Advisory Group.

Halloween Candy for Troops

This  year, make Halloween about more than just collecting or distributing candy for  kids to eat (or overeat!). Participate in Treats-4-Troops, a post-Halloween candy collection project by MoverMoms.  Donate any or all of it to US troops serving in Iraq , Afghanistan , and    Kuwait , and thereby:

    * TEACH kids about the joys of giving and sharing!

    * BRIGHTEN a soldier’s day!

    * GET the candy out of your house!

MoverMoms,  a Bethesda-based non-profit, will donate all candy to a West Virginia-based  non-profit that packs it in Christmas stockings for troops of all faiths.   Last year the candy that MoverMoms collected in DC,  Maryland and  Virginia filled over 11,000 stockings. For  more info visit www.movermoms.org