Culture Communique: April 16 to April 22, 2021 Culture Communique: April 16 to April 22, 2021

 

First Colors Ceremony - National World War I Memorial
On April 16, the World War I Centennial Commission will celebrate the Inaugural Raising of the Flag of the United States of America over the newly constructed National World War I Memorial site in Washington, DC. This First Colors Ceremony is designed to "bring our history home." It began with an American flag that first flew over the United States Capitol on April 6, 2017, commemorating the Centennial of the United States entry into World War I. Register for this online event here

Tenleytown Main Street

Tenleytown Main Street (TMS) is a community-based nonprofit organization that works with residents and local businesses to strengthen the economic vitality of this northwest DC's community. TMS guides a business district that is a thriving, walkable, and friendly neighborhood. Visit Tenleytown and enjoy its small town feel with up-to-date urban amenities.

Friday, April 16
Adams Morgan Partnership BID

ADMO Art Walk, a Self-Guided Tour
Saturday, April 17
Hill Center

Flower Arranging with Olga Berman

Saturday, April 17
 Alliance Française

Journey to the French Riviera: Cooking
with Anina Belle Giannini

Sunday, April 18
Cultural Tourism DC

Barracks Row Heritage Trail
Wednesday, April 21
World Trade Center Washington, DC

Perspectives on Trade: A Conversation with
H.E. Isilio Coelho, Ambassador of the
Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
Thursday, April 22
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

Artist Showcase
WordSoundPower: Poetry and Jazz in the District
 

Friday, April 16
National Gallery of Art

Defining Diaspora: 21st-Century Developments
in Art of the African Diaspora

Friday, April 16
Georgetown University

Man of La Mancha Concert
Saturday, April 17
U.S. Botanic Garden

Natural Dyes at Home: The Basics
Sunday, April 18
Wolf Trap

John McCutcheon: The Old Home Place

Tuesday, April 20
National Cathedral

Honest to God: Congressional Chaplains

Wednesday, April 21
Project Create

HeART Space: Family Art Therapy Program
Thursday, April 22
Planet Word

The Hidden History of Coined Words
with Ralph Keyes

Thursday, April 22
DC History Center

Gay is Good: Frank Kameny and the
Fight for LGBTQ Rights

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Thursday, April 29
Ford's Theatre

After the Assassination

May 1 - May 9
The MusicianShip

DC Funk Parade
May 1 - May 31
Cultural Tourism DC

Passport DC @Home
Tuesday, May 11
Hill Center

Family Style Series: Congolese Chicken Mwamba

Newsletter for  April  16 to April 22, 2021. Find more events on our calendar, which presents the latest information on the District's most exciting cultural activities. It's all at your fingertips. To view our full calendar, visit our website.
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