Memorial Day weekend observances include the annual concert on the Capitol’s West Lawn on Sunday and the Arlington National Cemetery wreath-laying, followed by the Memorial Day parade down Constitution Avenue, on Monday.
An exhibition of work created in the Lorton Art Program, founded in 1975 by Mia Choumenkovitch, will be on view through June 7 at Georgetown Lutheran Church, 1556 Wisconsin Ave. NW.
Among the outdoor activities this weekend are: Bike to Work Day, with a pit stop event at Georgetown Waterfront Park, on Friday; and a C&O Canal Pride Day at Fifteenmile Creek on Saturday.
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This Saturday, May 12, the day before Mother's Day, the 90th Georgetown Garden Tour will feature eight exquisite gardens with varying styles, scale and intriguing histories.
Kiril Jeliazkov has planted 81 pieces of his huge outdoor artwork project — “The Orange Step” — into the grounds of Rose Park and parts of Massachusetts Avenue.
The jazzy harmony of bass, flute, voice and trombone in Reginald Cyntje's quartet (he's the trombonist) in the second-floor corridor of the Georgetown art center impressed the Sunday arts lovers.
This year, 50 embassies participated in the May 5 “Around the World Embassy Tour” with open houses, exhibits, food and entertainment.
Augustus (Gus) Casely-Hayford, the new director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art, will speak at the George Town Club as part of Georgetown Media Group's Cultural Leadership Breakfast Series, sponsored by Bonhams.