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Summer Camps in Bethesda, Maryland

Here it is again, summer! The kids are out of school June through August and have more energy than you know what to do with. Since their time is no longer being consumed by 6+ hours of school each weekday, they may need a new way to spend those free…
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Volunteer Opportunities near Bethesda MD

Volunteering is an essential part of our community and anyone can be a volunteer. You don’t have to be super outgoing or have loads of extra time on your hands to help others in need. With all the needs in Bethesda we are confident you can find the right opportunity…
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Discover what inspires Fox Hill’s artists!

Inspired Experiences Art Exhibition Friday, June 8 at 2:00 pm Fox Hill is home to established artists whose work has been widely exhibited. Inspired Experiences is a new series of events designed for you to explore what it means to live inspired at Fox Hill. You’ll discover how living in this community of…
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Join us for an inspiring performance by Cecily!

Cecily in Concert  Soul, Jazz and R&B  Thursday, May 17 at 2:00 pm The Strathmore Music & Arts Showcase is back for a fourth season at Fox Hill! On May 17, Cecily’s heartfelt interpretations of soul, jazz and R&B favorites will make your spirits soar. Her performance is exclusive to Fox…
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2018 Apple Picking Near Washington D.C.

Apple Picking within 1 hour 30 minutes of Washington D.C. The return of fall means cooler weather, changing trees and all your favorite apple desserts. Of course, apples taste even better when fresh-picked from your local orchard. Most orchards open for the season in August and continue to have pick-your-own…
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Maryland Wineries: The Complete Guide

Boordy Vineyards in Hydes, Maryland, was the first entrant into Maryland’s modern wine culture. Established in 1945, it reinvigorated an industry that officially has been around since 1648. Tenis Palee is the first Marylander on record to have produced wine. In 1662, Governor Charles Calvert introduced European grapes to Maryland,…
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