PatchCast Feb. 28: No-Power Gallery Opening/Burning Car Rescuer Honored/Top Chef Gives Talk/Kensington Free Books/Story Pirates
Latest video and photo news from Montgomery County and Georgetown, D.C.
Here's the weekend's top video and photo news, as reported by our team of Patchers:
Rockville: A volunteer firefighter was honored last week for rescuing a passenger from a burning car.
Potomac: Friday’s power outages didn’t keep patrons away from Art Gallery of Potomac for the opening of Dot Procter’s showcase.
Wheaton: Top Chef contestant and Silver Spring caterer Carla Hall stopped by Brookside Gardens on Friday to discuss how to cook with love.
Kensington: In anticipation of the Day of the Book Festival in April, Patch spoke with members of BookCrossing, which facilitates book trading.
Georgetown: The Story Pirates had their audience of 120 children and parents laughing and engaged for an hour-long performance Saturday at Stoddert Elementary.