Morning Notes

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Panera Bread Moving Into Mongolian Grill Space — Panera Bread will take over the vacant former space of the bd’s Mongolian Grill (7201 Wisconsin Ave.). The opening date is not yet known. The grill left the space last year. [Bethesda Magazine]

Bethesda Fine Arts Festival This Weekend — The event will feature 130 artists and their sculptures, paintings, photography, mixed media, ceramics, clothing, jewelry and other goods. It starts on Saturday at 10 a.m. and runs to 6 p.m and picks up again on Sunday at 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Parts of Norfolk, Auburn and Del Ray Avenues in Woodmont Triangle will be blocked off to traffic for the Festival. [Bethesda Urban Partnership]

Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown Gets Ready To Announce Candidacy For Governor — Many view the former Prince George’s County Delegate as a front-runner in the race to replace Gov. Martin O’Malley (D), who is term-limited. Brown will face a challenge from Attorney General and Bethesda native Doug Gansler, who has almost three times the amount of campaign money as Brown. Brown will also attempt to become the first lieutenant governor ever to make the jump to governor. [Washington Post]

Summer Recreation, Camp Guide Out — The 2013 Montgomery County Recreation Summer Guide is available online and summer session registration starts Monday morning. [Montgomery County Recreation]

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