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The 2012 Potomac Flower Show

The 2012 Potomac Flower Show

The following information was sent to us by Amy Ortiz:

 

The Show will be held on Sunday March 18th from 11 AM to 5 PM at Potomac Floral Wholesale which is located at 2403 Linden Lane, Silver Spring, MD 20910. Over 800 guests from all over the world, consisting of vendors, suppliers, growers, designers, flower shop owners, and floral industry representatives will gather on this day.

Visitors can explore plenty of unique Grower and Vendor exhibits while discovering exciting new flower varieties from Holland, Chile, Israel, South Africa and Japan. Everyone will enjoy live music by the Potomac Jazz Project, while sampling wonderful hors d'oeuvres, foods, and drinks!

The Barns at Wolf Trap Performances: March 20 - 23

The Barns at Wolf Trap Performances: March 20 - 23

The following information was sent to us by Graham Binder:

 

 The Barns at Wolf Trap Anticipates the Returns of the Inimitable Celtic Crossroads and The Second City

 

 

The Barns at Wolf Trap Performances: March 20 - 23

The Barns at Wolf Trap Performances: March 20 - 23

The following information was sent to us by Graham Binder:

 

 The Barns at Wolf Trap Anticipates the Returns of the Inimitable Celtic Crossroads and The Second City

 

 

Jenny Freestone’s ‘New Prints’ on display at NOVA-Loudoun

Jenny Freestone’s ‘New Prints’ on display at NOVA-Loudoun

 

Jenny Freestone’s ‘New Prints’ on display at NOVA-Loudoun

Artist gallery talk set for March 14

 “New Prints,” an exhibition of etchings, photogravures and lithographs by Jenny Freestone, is on display in Waddell Gallery at the Loudoun Campus of Northern Virginia Community College until March 23. The community is invited to meet Freestone during a free artist gallery talk on Wednesday, March 14 at 11:30 a.m.

Freestone works in the media of etching, drypoint, lithography, direct gravure and photogravure. Her work begins with drawn studies or photographs which form the basis for the resulting print. Natural forms are her source material, often used in conjunction with architectural form to reinforce the connection between the human endeavour and the natural world. Her images stand as metaphors for the human condition, its attainments and failures, and its impact on the environment.

NOVA Professor Writes Award-Nominated Western Web Series

NOVA Professor Writes Award-Nominated Western Web Series

NOVA professor writes award-nominated Western Web series

Catherine Frels Nominated for Best Actress Award

Catherine Frels Nominated for Best Actress Award

Catherine Frels Nominated for Best Actress Award

Catherine Frels of Washington, D.C., has been nominated for an Indie Soap Award for her role in “Thurston,” an online Western drama series. “Thurston” tells the story about residents of a remote mining town in the Kansas Ozarks and their struggle for survival. Frels portrays Maggie Callaway, a pioneering and emotionally complex character seeking a new chance at life in the untamed West.