Calendar of Events
One of the key components of the Bradley Hills Village is social and educational activities to help neighbors get to know neighbors while enjoying themselves. Check here for the activities arranged by our Social Activities Committee and for other events open to the community.
Schedule of Activities
Coffee & Chat
1st Thursday each month, 10-11am
[March 1, April 5]
La Madeleine on Old Georgetown Road in Downtown Bethesda. An informal coffee group -- come and enjoy a cappuccino or latte and enjoy the conversation.
Book Discussion Group
Wednesday, February 21, 7-9pm
Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. From a renowned historian comes a groundbreaking narrative of humanity's creation and evolution that explores the ways in which biology and history have defined us and enhance our understanding of what it means to be "human".
Location - to be determined. Discussion leader: Carl Custer
Please RSVP by Mon. Feb.19, to Mariette Klein, email@example.com or 301-693-2666
Join a new BHV book group - get thru the rest of the 2018 winter by reading a few cozy mysteries.
Tuesday, Mar. 6, 1-3 PM - Mission to Paris by Alan Furst; and
Tuesday, Apr. 3, 1-3 PM - The Trespasser by Tana French;
Location: Tove Titlow's home, 8802 Grant St., Bethesda, 20817
All of these books are available at MC library- Bethesda branch is still closed. For more information, email/call: firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 530-4421.
Bridge - Interested in playing bridge? Our BHV Bridge Group meets weekly. If you haven't played for a while and want to reconnect with the game, contact Ben Cohen at
Movies anyone? If you are interested in seeing a few of the movies nominated for Oscars: e.g. "Darkest Hour, Lady Bird, The Post or Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri", send an email to Eva Cohen email@example.com, and we'll try to arrange a few showings, either at a theater or if the movie is on DVD or Netflix, in someone's home. Or if you'd like to see an older movie - a classic - in the company of others, send that title and we'll schedule to watch them over the next months.
Snow Shoveling Brigade
Our Shoveling Brigade now has representation from all of our Village areas. If you need snow shoveling services by neighborhood students or a professional group that works in our area, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Steve will forward information to you on the individuals, who will perform this task for a fee. You negotiate a fee directly with them. And we'd appreciate feedback on the job done. If you -- or your students -- want to be listed on the Snow Shoveling Brigade, please let Steve know.
Bradley Hills Village Annual Meeting held February 11
For more information about BHV or these events, email to: email@example.com.
Community Events. . . you are invited
Thursday, February 15, 10:30 a.m. Senior Cinema at the Avalon Theatre. The movie is “I, Tonya,” a pitch-black comedy that revisits the story of figure skater Tonya Harding and the 1994 attack on Nancy Kerrigan, and explores the slippery nature of truth and memory. The cost is $5 and the theatre is at 5612 Connecticut Avenue, NW.
Thursday, March 1, 6:30 p.m., A Consumer Protection Forum. Senator Chris Van Hollen, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, and the County Office of Consumer Protection are hosting a forum at the B-CC High School, 4301 East-West Highway. All are welcome.
Wednesday, March 7, 10:30-12;00, Redefining Aging: A Caregiver’s Guide to Living Your Best Life
Suburban is pleased to bring you another open-to-all and FREE event focused on healthy aging. Dr. Ann Kaiser Stearns will speak about her newest best-selling book, Redefining Aging: A Caregiver’s Guide to Living Your Best Life. Some of the topics this presentation will include are:
2018 Annual Meeting
BHV held its second business meeting in Feb. The new board was elected. Attorney General Brian Frosh spoke eloquently to attendees. Attendees connected with one another.
Our very successful 2017 events included: author Laura Kumin speaking about 'The Hamilton Cookbook,' the Annual Meeting featuring Congressman Jamie Raskin and a concert by Sally Pessin's guitar students, the BNA-BHV summer Picnic with Don Resnikoff's Dixieland Band, BHV night at Bethesda Big Train, monthly coffees at La Madeleine, the second year of our very successful Snow Shovel Brigade, Bridge Club and many books read and discussed by our Book Discussion Group.