Culture Communique: June 25 to July 1 Culture Communique: June 25 to July 1


School Break Camps
Starting June 28, Hill Center is offering School Break Camps -- and there is something for everyone! In Mad Science camp, kids learn about dinosaurs, robots, and more through interactive and hands-on science activities. Boolean Girls camp teaches girls in grades 3-7 how to code, build, and animate. The Music and Art Playgroup offers creative activities for Busy Bees (ages 2-4), Buzzing Bees (ages 4-6) and Bumbling Bees (ages 6-9). 

National Caribbean-American Food &
Foodways Alliance (

NCAFFA promotes Caribbean food ways, culinary traditions and history. Members include food establishments, caterers, food producers, food related product producers, cookbook authors and persons with an interest in Caribbean foods and food ways. NCAFFA invites you to celebrate the final days of Caribbean Cuisine Month by enjoying Caribbean savory dishes, desserts and tropical drinks. 

Friday, June 25
Alliance Française

Club de Lecture - La Désertion

Friday, June 25
Zenith Gallery

Sculpture by Margery Goldberg and Sica

Sunday, June 27
Edlavitch Jewish Community Center

Outdoor Park Meet-Up

Saturday, June 27
Cultural DC

People Watching

Wednesday, June 30
Washington Photo Safari

Private Tutoring by Phone on F-Stops, Shutter
Speeds & Everything Else!

Thursday, July 1
Wolf Trap

Fifty Years Together:
A Celebration of Wolf Trap


Friday, June 25
U.S. Botanic Garden

D.C.'s Bees: Natives in Our Neighborhoods

Saturday, June 26
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

Relief Grant Workshop via WebEx 

Saturday, June 26

What's Black Art? Discussion

Sunday, June 27
Smithsonian Folklife Festival

Samgyetang: Korean Ginseng Chicken Soup
Across Generations
Monday, June 28
DC Murals

AeroSoul: Murals for Our Time
Tuesday, June 29
The Phillips Collection

The Artist sees Differently - Aimé Mpane
Wednesday, June 30
Van Ness Main Street

Movie Night in the Park: Moana
Thursday, July 1
U.S. Department of Interior

Stories in Miniature: The Museum's Dioramas

Sunday, July 4
National Park Service

4th of July Celebration

Tuesday, July 13
DAR Museum

Treue der Union? German Immigrant
Experiences in Civil War Texas
Wednesday, July 14
Folger Shakespeare Library

Bloom: Online Poetry Workshop with Brenda Hillman
Wednesday, July 21
Choral Arts

GenOUT Chorus

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