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Upcoming Meetings & Events:
Next week, the Town will continue to make concrete repairs on Maple Avenue. WSSC will continue to make new house connections on 44th Street and will begin to make new house connections on Willow Lane.
Thank you for your continued patience during the ongoing utility work. The Town will provide frequent updates on the utility work via the Town Crier. Please contact the Town Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-654-7144 if you have any questions.
Bunco & Beer! Friday, March 16, 7 p.m., Town Hall
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day - please join us for a lively evening of fun playing Bunco. Bunco is a social dice game involving 100% luck and no skill, scoring and a simple set of rules. Savory foods and yes, beer, will be served, as well as non-alcoholic beverages. The Town Hall will be filled with people moving from table to table as we enjoy an evening of good conversations and silliness. Prizes will be won, and bells will ring. RSVP’s are required, as we need to know how many card tables to set up and how much beer to buy. Please RSVP to 301-654-7144 or email@example.com.
Montgomery Modern: The Spirit of Post-War ArchitectureSunday, March 18, 4:00 p.m., Chevy Chase Village Hall
Chevy Chase is known for the wide variety of architectural styles reflected in its homes. The CCHS 2017 Fall Lecture explored the rich history of “kit houses” in our community. We will continue to explore local architecture at our 2018 Spring Lecture with an illustrated lecture on “Montgomery Modern: The Spirit of Post-War Architecture”. The program, presented by architectural historian and author Clare Lise Kelly, is at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 18, at the Chevy Chase Village Hall, 5906 Connecticut Ave.
Following World War II, Montgomery County experienced a great post-war building boom, benefiting from access to federal jobs and an alluring natural landscape. A bold, forward-looking architectural design transformed the county. Kelly will discuss how such modern design in our county’s built environment is a testimony of the optimistic spirit of the mid-20th century.
Kelly has been researching and writing about the architecture of Montgomery County for over 20 years, and has been instrumental in the protection of scores of historic resources through historic designation locally and on the National Register. From 1990 to 2017, she was a preservation planner and architectural historian with the Montgomery County Planning Department, part of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission.
No reservations are necessary, and signature CCHS refreshments will be served.For more information, visit chevychasehistory.org or call 301-656-6141.
Upcoming Meetings & Events: Please visit the Town website (www.townofchevychase.org) to view the Town calendar.