'Come Back To Bethesda' Raising Funds For Children's Inn


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The 23rd Annual Come Back to Bethesda fundraiser will again accompany the Taste of Bethesda on Saturday, Oct. 5 on Wisconsin Avenue. The event, at Chevy Chase Acura (7725 Wisconsin Ave.), will be on from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. just up the street from Woodmont Triangle and the Taste. It won't be hard to miss. Come Back to Bethesda brings out a big display of vintage, classic and custom cars in the dealership show room. Kids from the Children's Inn will judge a "Kid's Choice" award for best ride and one car owner will get a cash prise for "Best in Show." Registration for a car, truck or motorcycle at the show costs $15 until Thursday, Oct. 3 or $20 at the show. Also at the event, Bethesda dance studio Joy of Motion will showcase Groove Elements at 2:45-3 p.m. in front of The Children’s Inn stage on Cheltenham Road. Steve Eckstrom’s local band “Almost Blue,” will perform throughout the day on the main stage. Suburban Hospital will also host a flu shot clinic. The fundraiser benefits the 59 families staying at The Children's Inn at NIH, the no-cost residences for NIH patients and their families who come from across the country. Check out the website for more info.

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