Morning Notes

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Max Brenner Opening Delayed — A spokesperson said construction issues mean the chocolate shop and restaurant won’t be able to open as anticipated on June 22. An opening is planned for some time next week.

Drybar Celebrating Milestone Blowout With Giveaways, Deals — Drybar, the California-based blow dry only hair salon at 4840 Bethesda Ave., will give whoever is the 1,111,111th blowout free blowouts for life. It will also give free blowouts this week to anyone who buys $100 worth of products in the store on online. On Sunday, it’ll host a scavenger hunt by hiding coasters throughout Bethesda and posting clues on its Twitter account. Each coaster is good for a free blowout. [Drybar]

Montgomery Group To Talk Food-Related Economic Development — A meeting tonight of the Montgomery County Food Council will include a discussion of food-related job creation with panelists who have created job opportunities through farming programs and the food service industry. The meeting is set for 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Rockville Memorial Library (21 Maryland Ave., Rockville.) [Montgomery County Food Council]

Bethesda Country Club Group Help In World’s Largest Swimming Lesson — A few dozen kids took part in Bethesda Country Club’s contribution to the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson, which took place across five continents on Tuesday. The event is meant to raise awareness and combat childhood drowning. Bethesda Country Club event organizer Laura Metro nearly lost her son in a pool accident two years ago. [ABC7]

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