Washington Hebrew Congregation hosts its Holiday Boutique & Silent Auction in Potomac this Sunday (Nov. 12th) and Monday (Nov. 13th). Some 35 vendors, mostly local, will gather at the Julia Bindeman Suburban Center, 11810 Falls Road. Inside you’ll find everything from jewelry, clothes and accessories to home decor, specialty foods and tons of gifts. Many of the boutique show’s longtime vendors will be there, plus new additions like Pop for a Cause, Roasting Rabbi Coffee, Roadie Couture, The PoshMallow and Potomac makeup maven Emily Goldberg. Store Reporter publisher Cheryl Kane Heimlich will be there too — collecting entries for a free raffle featuring gifts from show vendors — so stop by to say hello and chat about local retail and restaurants. If you can’t get to the show in person, you can still bid on silent auction items at this link. (This year’s giveaways include a Washington Capitals Dream Package, a Washington Nationals Diamond Package, passes to local attractions, and gift certificates to a host of local restaurants.) The boutique show is free and open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. both days; click here for more details.