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February, 2019

Friday
1
Kensington Park Library
11:00 AM
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Need technology assistance? Kensington Library will have a volunteer tutor who will be at the Library to assist with printing, scanning, copying and computer needs. Call the library to confirm.
Friday
1
Passage to India
12:00 PM
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Monthly lunch with your VoK friends! Members & Volunteers invited. Bring a Kensington-area friend if you‘d like. RSVP to Laurie so we know how many are coming! Public pkng. across street in garage. Great Indian food! Carpool possible.
Saturday
2
Historic Train Station, Kensington
9:00 AM
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Open every Saturday year-round from 9am to 1pm at the Historic Train Station. Local and regional vendors offer fresh baked goods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, organic meats, seafood, cheese, artisan breads, olive oil and prepared foods.
Monday
4
Call in!
1:00 PM
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Susan Wilkens, Yoga Instructor, Dancing Cranes. Call in from home or work and learn simple breathing and focusing techniques you can do to help reduce stress and multiply your "happiness factor"! Must register by Jan 28th.
Thursday
7
home of Laurie & Jim, in Rock Creek Hills neighborhood
6:30 PM
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Come hungry! Sample and vote for your favorite meat and/or vegetarian chili. Bring a neighbor!
Friday
8
Kensington Park Library
10:00 AM
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BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. PLEASE CALL 240-777-2577 to make an appointment. RSVP/AARP Tax Aide provides free federal and state (Maryland) tax preparation services for low-to-moderate income taxpayers who live or work in Montgomery County.
Friday
8
contact Donna, members@villagesofkensingtonmd.org for location info
1:00 PM
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ongoing group, but newbies can join at any time! Facilitator is VoK Volunteer Kathleen Holmay, a longtime meditation devotee and teacher.
Friday
8
Kensington Park Senior Living Highlands Building
2:00 PM
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Project Linus is dedicated to donating handmade blankets for newborn to 18-year-old children in need of comfort (seriously ill, traumatized, or otherwise in need). Want to join this VoK group? Contact Carolyn at projectlinus.mc@gmail.com> for info.
Saturday
9
Historic Train Station, Kensington
9:00 AM
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Open every Saturday year-round from 9am to 1pm at the Historic Train Station. Local and regional vendors offer fresh baked goods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, organic meats, seafood, cheese, artisan breads, olive oil and prepared foods.
Tuesday
12
Call in from your home.
12:00 PM
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Paige Corley, Certified Personal Trainer.
Call in and learn from home exercises that promote stabilization and alignment--both essential to balance and proper gait.
Please register by Monday, Feb. 4th
Wednesday
13
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FREED is an auxiliary organization of the African American Civil War Memorial Museum. They portray unknown or forgotten women of the Civil War era who made major contributions to the educational, medical, artistic, & social aspects of the U.S. FREE!
Thursday
14
Valentine's Day
Thursday
14
Charles E. Smith Life Communities Wasserman Residence Social Hall
9:30 AM
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FREE but must pre-register. Three great speakers - Steven Corley, Internet Crime Complaint Center, FBI; Jessica Hall, Assistant State’s Attorney; & Mario Wawrzusin, APS & Care Management Svcs., Mont. County
Friday
15
Your own yard & neighborhood! Check website for instructions!
8:00 AM
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Volunteers all over the world will be counting birds February 15-18, creating a snapshot in time of bird populations and distributions. Last year, more than 160,000 people participated worldwide! Check it out at www.birdcount.org.
Friday
15
Call in from home!
12:00 PM
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Lynette Bremer, Art & Architecture Historian. Call-in and learn about this Finish architect who designed furniture, textiles and glassware, as well as sculptures and paintings. Register by Friday, Feb. 8.
Saturday
16
Your own yard & neighborhood! Check website for instructions!
8:00 AM
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Volunteers all over the world will be counting birds February 15-18, creating a snapshot in time of bird populations and distributions. Last year, more than 160,000 people participated worldwide! Check it out at www.birdcount.org.
Saturday
16
Historic Train Station, Kensington
9:00 AM
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Open every Saturday year-round from 9am to 1pm at the Historic Train Station. Local and regional vendors offer fresh baked goods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, organic meats, seafood, cheese, artisan breads, olive oil and prepared foods.
Saturday
16
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Did you know Ken-Gar was founded by former slaves in 1892? Resident Karen Jackson will speak on the fascinating history of this Kensington neighborhood. Includes a performance by Lee‘s Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Church members.
Sunday
17
Your own yard & neighborhood! Check website for instructions!
8:00 AM
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Volunteers all over the world will be counting birds February 15-18, creating a snapshot in time of bird populations and distributions. Last year, more than 160,000 people participated worldwide! Check it out at www.birdcount.org.
Monday
18
Presidents' Day
Monday
18
Your own yard & neighborhood! Check website for instructions!
8:00 AM
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Volunteers all over the world will be counting birds February 15-18, creating a snapshot in time of bird populations and distributions. Last year, more than 160,000 people participated worldwide! Check it out at www.birdcount.org.
Monday
18
Call in from home or work!
1:00 PM
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Susan Wilkens, Yoga Instructor, Dancing Cranes. Call in from home or work and learn simple breathing and focusing techniques you can do to help reduce stress and multiply your "happiness factor"! Must register by Feb. 11.
Monday
18
Kensington Park Senior Living, Highlands Building, lower level Activities Room
7:00 PM
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Your VoK Board meets on the third Monday of each month to discuss VoK business. Open to Members, Volunteers, and the public -- everyone welcome! Graciously hosted by Kensington Park Senior Living.
Tuesday
19
Call in from your home! Register by Tuesday, Feb 12.
2:00 PM
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Interview by Ron Falzone, Film Department-Columbia College Chicago. Call-in to hear lively tales from legendary Hollywood super-agent Budd Moss. Budd‘s clients included Hollywood A-listers: Rita Hayworth, Bette Davis, Sidney Portier, Cliff Robertson.
Tuesday
19
TWM - Total Wine & More Corp Office
6:00 PM
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Celebrate Mardi Gras with light and healthy classic flavors. Registration required $25/$45. Info and Registration link is above...
Wednesday
20
Gwendolyn Coffield Community Center
2:30 PM
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Vanella will entertain by looking on the lighter side of relationships, aging and life in general. Light refreshments & light conversation. She has appeared at the Riot Act Comedy Theater in Washington, DC. FREE; RSVP to 301-503-7401 (SSpr. Village)
Wednesday
20
Brooke Grove Rehabilitation and Nursing Center
3:30 PM
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Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Assoc., this group is for family & friends engaged in care and safety of someone touched by dementia. A safe & confidential environment to develop mutually supportive relationships. Contact Bill Neely 301-924-5176. FREE
Friday
22
Kensington Park Library
10:00 AM
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BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. PLEASE CALL 240-777-2577 to make an appointment. RSVP/AARP Tax Aide provides free federal and state (Maryland) tax preparation services for low-to-moderate income taxpayers who live or work in Montgomery County.
Saturday
23
Historic Train Station, Kensington
9:00 AM
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Open every Saturday year-round from 9am to 1pm at the Historic Train Station. Local and regional vendors offer fresh baked goods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, organic meats, seafood, cheese, artisan breads, olive oil and prepared foods.
Monday
25
Call in from home.
1:00 PM
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Tom Wilkens, Yoga Instructor, Dancing Cranes. Call in from home and be guided through a series of stretching postures and breathing techniques. Yoga develops strength, flexibility, stamina and balance.
Register by Monday, Feburary 18th.
Tuesday
26
Call in from home!
12:00 PM
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Paige Corley, Certified Personal Trainer. Call in and try an hour of seated and standing exercises that will boost your mind and body. Register by Tuesday Feb. 19th.
Thursday
28
Call in from home!
2:00 PM
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Jeanine Dent, Instructor. Call in from home and be guided through stretching and strengthening techniques using ballet positions. Focusing on hip flexors, core strength and spinal alignment. Register before Thursday, Feb 21.
Thursday
28
Chevy Chase Club
6:00 PM
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Two Johns Hopkins physicians focus on how small modifications to your daily routine can have big benefits to your overall health. Topics: importance of movement and dynamics of bladder function. FREE, refreshments; registration required.

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