One of the area's largest art shows in the area will take place Saturday and Sunday, June 7-8, in the PUMC Parish Hall at the corner of South Glen and Falls Road, Potomac. 100 local artists are displaying 400 paintings and other fine art. Open free from 11 am to 5 pm, this event provides many door prizes. It is sponsored by the Woman’s Club of Potomac to benefit Montgomery Hospice and the club’s Benevolence Fund for local charities.
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