The quiet of August may almost be upon us, but this weekend there are still so many things to do in the area. EventsDC launches its summer concert series with […]
This weekend: a “makers market” at Dumbarton House and live jazz at Glover Park Grill. Starting May 21, you can visit Xiao Qi Ji, the National Zoo’s “Little Miracle,” in panda (so to speak).
Sign up for the National Sporting Library & Museum’s online program on brook trout next Thursday and you may win a sample of dry flies.
Smithsonian Associates and the National Portrait Gallery will offer full-day programs online this Saturday to close out Women’s History Month.
Books to be discussed online by their authors: “French Like Moi” and “Michelle’s Garden: How the First Lady Planted the Seeds of Change.”
Get into a February frame of mind with red works of art at Washington Printmakers Gallery and two streamed poetry programs.
The Phillips Collection will present an online wire workshop and the Smithsonian American Art Museum will host a virtual conversation on Chicanx graphic arts and activism.
Opening soon: a new Addison/Ripley show and half the main floor of the National Gallery’s West Building. Next Thursday, go on a high-def encounter with the Barnes Foundation Matisses.
“Girlhood (It’s Complicated)” opens tomorrow at the National Museum of American History and tickets for the Phillips Collection’s reopening weekend go on sale on Monday.
In-town suggestion: the weekend wine garden at the Kennedy Center’s River Pavilion. Out-of-town suggestion: George Mason’s Gunston Hall, south of Alexandria, Virginia.