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December Special Events

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The following events are brought to you by the Community Relations Committee.  To RSVP for an event, please send an email to townoffice@townofchevychase.org or call 301-654-7144.

 

Family Movie Night – “Monkey Kingdom”
Friday, December 2, 6 p.m., Town Hall

Disney Nature continues to introduce kids to our cousins in the wild with Monkey Kingdom, a charming film (94% Rotten Tomato rating) that gets us close to animals in their own environment.  Tina Fey’s narration is full of good humor to please adults while being a child-friendly film, from the silly soundtrack - “Hey Hey We’re the Monkees” - to sweetly goofy monkey antics.  Kids will cheer Maya & her baby’s journey. Arrive at 5:45 for pizza, snacks & drinks. Movie begins at 6:00. 85 minutes long. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

 

Movie Night for Grown-Ups - “Seymour, An Introduction”
Friday, December 9, 7:30 p.m., Town Hall

Seymour: An Introduction is an inspiring film by the actor Ethan Hawke, with a Rotten Tomatoes ranking of 100%. It is a loving portrait of Hawke’s friend and mentor Seymour Bernstein, an acclaimed pianist who quit a successful concert career at the age of 50 to become a piano teacher.  By 15, Seymour was teaching and soon was on the concert trail, but he hated the commercial side of things and was tormented by anxiety when performing - so he just stopped.  Bernstein, a puckish man with an unabashed love of music, was well into his 80s when they shot the film. This movie is being shown at the request of neighbors who used the feedback forms handed out at events last year. Come at 7:30 for savory snacks & wine. Movie begins at 7:50, for 81 transporting minutes.

 

21st Annual Holiday Buffet for Seniors and Retirees
Wednesday, December 14, 12 p.m., Town Hall

Join friends and neighbors at the 21st annual Holiday Buffet for Town Seniors and Retirees on Wednesday, December 14 at noon in the Town Hall.  While you feast on a delicious meal, you will have a chance to visit with old friends and meet some new ones.

 

An Evening at Round House Theatre
Thursday, December 15, 8 p.m.

Join your friends and neighbors for an evening at the Round House Theatre (4545 East-West Hwy.) Thursday, December 15, 8 p.m.  “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley” is set two years after Pride and Prejudice and follows your favorite characters as they celebrate in the home of Mr. & Mrs. Darcy. This is a Christmas story of family, young love, and bright futures. Please email or call the Town office to learn how to purchase your ticket at a discounted cost of $30. Tickets must be purchased by December 8. Please gather before the show in the Patron’s Lounge to meet & greet.

 

Brighten the Holidays for Domestic Violence Victims

It’s time for the 4th annual Holiday Gift Drive. We are collecting gift cards for local victims of domestic violence - clients of the Montgomery County Abused Persons Program and Chesapeake Counseling. As in past years, we know you will again be generous and extend a helping hand to these needy families. You may either purchase $10 or $20 gift cards for stores such as Target, Marshalls, Kohl's, Ross, Giant, or Sears and deliver the cards to the Town Office, or put them in Ann Wild's mail slot at 7104 Oakridge Ave. (If you wish to receive a donation receipt, be sure to include your name and e-mail address.) Cards are collected thru Friday, December 16. Or Contact Cathy Wolf at wolfcs@starpower.net if you prefer to "adopt" a family.

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The following events are brought to you by the Community Relations Committee. To RSVP for an event, please send an email to townoffice@townofchevychase.org [mailto:townoffice@townofchevychase.org] or call 301-654-7144.

Family Movie Night – “Monkey Kingdom”
Friday, December 2, 6 p.m., Town Hall

Disney Nature continues to introduce kids to our cousins in the wild with Monkey Kingdom, a charming film (94% Rotten Tomato rating) that gets us close to animals in their own environment. Tina Fey’s narration is full of good humor to please adults while being a child-friendly film, from the silly soundtrack - “Hey Hey We’re the Monkees” - to sweetly goofy monkey antics. Kids will cheer Maya & her baby’s journey. Arrive at 5:45 for pizza, snacks & drinks. Movie begins at 6:00. 85 minutes long. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Movie Night for Grown-Ups - “Seymour, An Introduction”
Friday, December 9, 7:30 p.m., Town Hall

Seymour: An Introduction is an inspiring film by the actor Ethan Hawke, with a Rotten Tomatoes ranking of 100%. It is a loving portrait of Hawke’s friend and mentor Seymour Bernstein, an acclaimed pianist who quit a successful concert career at the age of 50 to become a piano teacher. By 15, Seymour was teaching and soon was on the concert trail, but he hated the commercial side of things and was tormented by anxiety when performing - so he just stopped. Bernstein, a puckish man with an unabashed love of music, was well into his 80s when they shot the film. This movie is being shown at the request of neighbors who used the feedback forms handed out at events last year. Come at 7:30 for savory snacks & wine. Movie begins at 7:50, for 81 transporting minutes.

21st Annual Holiday Buffet for Seniors and Retirees
Wednesday, December 14, 12 p.m., Town Hall

Join friends and neighbors at the 21st annual Holiday Buffet for Town Seniors and Retirees on Wednesday, December 14 at noon in the Town Hall. While you feast on a delicious meal, you will have a chance to visit with old friends and meet some new ones.

An Evening at Round House Theatre
Thursday, December 15, 8 p.m.

Join your friends and neighbors for an evening at the Round House Theatre (4545 East-West Hwy.) Thursday, December 15, 8 p.m. “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley” is set two years after Pride and Prejudice and follows your favorite characters as they celebrate in the home of Mr. & Mrs. Darcy. This is a Christmas story of family, young love, and bright futures. Please email or call the Town office to learn how to purchase your ticket at a discounted cost of $30. Tickets must be purchased by December 8. Please gather before the show in the Patron’s Lounge to meet & greet.

Brighten the Holidays for Domestic Violence Victims

It’s time for the 4th annual Holiday Gift Drive. We are collecting gift cards for local victims of domestic violence - clients of the Montgomery County Abused Persons Program and Chesapeake Counseling. As in past years, we know you will again be generous and extend a helping hand to these needy families. You may either purchase $10 or $20 gift cards for stores such as Target, Marshalls, Kohl's, Ross, Giant, or Sears and deliver the cards to the Town Office, or put them in Ann Wild's mail slot at 7104 Oakridge Ave. (If you wish to receive a donation receipt, be sure to include your name and e-mail address.) Cards are collected thru Friday, December 16. Or Contact Cathy Wolf at wolfcs@starpower.net if you prefer to "adopt" a family.

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December Special Events