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Tips to Take Better Care of Your Clothes this Season

(StatePoint) From dripping popsicles to grassy soccer fields, your clothes will become susceptible to a wide array of stains and odors over the coming months. Use these tips to keep your wardrobe fresh-smelling and looking new as long as possible: • Air out: Give wet, sweaty clothes and towels a …

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Tips for Tackling Disorganized Areas of Your Home

(StatePoint) While we all know that minimalism is “in” right now, thanks to Japanese cleaning guru Marie Kondo and her “Tidying Up” show on Netflix, decluttering your whole house can feel daunting. Instead, start small with these tips for tackling the areas that tend to collect the most dirt and …

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Pet Nutrition 101

5 tips to avoid pet obesity (Family Features) With an estimated 60 percent of cats and 56 percent of dogs in the United States considered overweight or obese, according to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, maintaining adequate nutrition throughout a pet’s life is a major part of a pet …

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Prepping for Outdoor Activities Safely and Efficiently

(StatePoint) From landscaping, to tending the lawn and garden to getting your family’s recreational equipment prepped for warm weather, the common denominator is that these activities require fuel to get going. Now is the ideal time of year to make sure equipment is properly fueled, and fuel storage containers are …

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Get a Great Lawn in Less Time

(StatePoint) It’s no secret that your home’s exterior gets the spotlight during the summer. Once the weather warms up, neighborhoods fill with the sounds of yardwork. Expertly manicured grass and enviable curb appeal require maintenance and the right equipment. If “old reliable” isn’t cutting the lawn as well as it …

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Turn Household Headaches into Easy Fixes

(StatePoint) As temperatures rise, it’s time to enjoy the great outdoors. But you may find the colder months took a toll on your home, yard or gear. Are there some items that seem beyond repair? Here are a few tips and tape repairs to get you through even the toughest …

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Add Joy to Spring Cleaning

(Family Features) While spring cleaning can be crucial in keeping your home in tip-top shape, especially for DIYers who find inspiration in the bright season for new home decor projects, the annual ritual can also feel overwhelming. To add color and whimsy, and make spring cleaning a more joyous event, …

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Tips to Nail the Latest Home Design Trend

(StatePoint) Redecorating? Experts say to keep in mind that the days of matching metals used for lighting, cabinet hardware and plumbing are over. Today’s rule: mix it up! When done right, combining colors adds visual interest and depth to a space. “Mixing metals makes a statement in a room,” says …

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2021 Virtual Tours

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July 31, 2021

Potomac Falls Cars and Coffee – Every Saturday
at Calvary Temple in Sterling

Cars & Coffee
at Parking lot. in Arlington

"Discover Maryland" Exhibition & Free Museum Admission for Students
at Maryland Center for History and Culture in Baltimore

"Family Arts & Play: Letter of the Day" for ages 1-5 with Soaring Starts
at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Arlington

Cherry Blossom Community Market
at Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton