Culture Communique: July 9 to July 15 Culture Communique: July 9 to July 15

 

Experience DC

Whether a local or visitor to DC, now is the time to experience all the city has to offer. Access the world's best museums and theaters. Savor DC's most exciting restaurants. Explore neighborhoods with homegrown businesses and diverse communities. Make lasting memories from events, shows and moments you'll find no place else. Plan your DC experience today!

Washington Stage Guild 
Founded in 1986 by a professional company of theatre artists dedicated to producing literate, the Guild stages challenging works in a collegial and supportive atmosphere. It produces eloquent plays of idea and argument, passion and wit – plays from all periods of world drama and all parts of the world. A diverse and inclusive ensemble with a contemporary sensibility presents smart theatre for a smart town!

Saturday, July 10
U.S. Department of Interior Museum

Environmental Film Festival - Conservation
Shorts I: Iconic Wildlife

Saturday, July 10
Alliance Française

Bastille Day Picnic with Le Chef's Wife

Sunday, July 11
Washington Photo Safari

A Photo Confab with French Pastry and Café Au Lait!

Sunday, July 11
Tudor Place

Civil War in Washington Teacher Institute

 

Monday, July 12
Adams Morgan BID

Movie Nights: Punk the Capital

Wednesday, July 14
Zenith Gallery

Opening Reception: Weight of the World
 

Friday, July 9
Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Homegrown

Friday, July 9
Washington Magic

Live Parlor

Saturday, July 10
DC by Foot

Ghosts of Georgetown

Monday, July 12
Hill Center

Justyne Fischer's INKED AND PULLED:
In Memoriam

Tuesday, July 13
DAR Museum

Treue der Union? German Immigrant Experiences
in Civil War Texas

Wednesday, July 14
Folger Shakespeare Library

Bloom Poetry Workshop with Brenda Hillman
Wednesday, July 14
DC Cycling Concierge

Experience DC on Bike!
Thursday, July 15
DC History Center

DC Hall of History

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Tuesday, July 20
Wolf Trap

Inez Barlatier: Ayiti, Stories and Songs from Haiti

Wednesday, July 28
Smithsonian National Postal Museum

Postcards with heART: Messages of Love &
Support to Global Refugees

Thursday, July 29
My Lord, What a Night
[On stage: October 1-24, 2021]
Friday, July 30 
Cooking Demo: Summer Tomatos
 

Newsletter for July 9 to July 15, 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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