Docents will lead you through all four floors of the historic building. Highlights include a hand-written invitation by First Lady Abigail Adams, a map of DC from 1792, and much more.
For $60 you'll get unlimited bowling and bocce now through March 31.
According to Gold's Gym, this location will offer fitness classes, recovery equipment, an infrared sauna, and turf, and will be designed with natural wood elements and greenery to mirror its flagship Berlin location.
Instructor Paige Sholar will teach you the basics of royal icing, tips to make decorating easier, and various techniques to elevate your designs.
In celebration of Black History Month, the Citizens Association of Georgetown is presenting the story of African American history along the C&O Canal, and the development of Trinity Catholic Church and other congregations in the area, on Wednesday, February 1 from 6 pm - 7 pm at Holy Trinity Catholic Church.
Stop by for galettes de blé noir (buckwheat crêpes), the iconic Breton street food.
Commonwealth Proper recently opened at 1355 Wisconsin Ave NW, Suite 200. Established in 2008, the private, experiential retailer also has showrooms in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Atlanta, and sells custom suits, outwear and accessories - all made in the US.
The first NYC-style, cutting edge exhibit of its kind at the gallery, it features six prints that are each associated with a projected video of a soccer goal being scored.
Learn techniques for pressing flowers, how to lay the flowers out, and care tips for your creations. You'll leave with a pressed-flower art piece to take home.
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