Culture Communique: September 3 - September 9 Culture Communique: September 3 - September 9

 

DAR Reopened!

The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Headquarters building reopened to the public on September 1. It includes the museum for learning about decorative arts and furnishings, the library for genealogical study, and Constitution Hall for entertainment! There are 31 period rooms that let you peek into past with a glimpse of an 1810 bedroom, 1820s dining room, 1860s parlor, and many more. Come, visit, learn, and explore the American home before our time.

U.S. Capitol Visitor Center
While the Visitor Center remains closed to the public, you can learn about the Capitol and its work through video tours and other online resources. Weekdays at 1 o'clock, Capitol Conversations offers a variety of programs to capture the interests of Americans and international visitors. Upcoming programs will discuss the history of Labor Day and the labor movement; the impact and accuracy of the movie classic, 'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington' starring James Stewart; and Samuel F. B. Morse, inventor of the telegraph, and his connection to the U.S. Capitol.

Friday, September 3
DC Jazz Festival

The Herb Scott Quartet

Saturday, September 4
Tudor Place

Brownies: Outdoor Adventurers

Monday, September 5
Street Art Museum Tours

Online Old Masters Sacred Art Tour

Tuesday, September 6
O Street Museum

Espionage Hunt

Thursday, September 9
U.S. Botanic Garden

Cooking Demo: Fig Fantasia

Thursday, September 9
Washington Magic

Live Parlor Magic
 

Friday, September 3
National Children's Museum

Reopening Weekend

Saturday, September 4
The Phillips Collection

Intersections: Marley Dawson

Sunday, September 5
Montgomery Art Association

Paint the Town Labor Day Show

Monday, September 6
DC by Foot

Embassy Row: True Crime & Scandals
Tuesday, September 7
Qatar America Institute for Culture

Exhibition Tour: Perfumery Museum
Tuesday, September 7
The Basilica of the National Shrine

Archdiocese of the Military Services
USA Capodanno Mass

Wednesday, September 8
Japan Information & Culture Center
Online Exhibition: Tokyo Evolution

Thursday, September 9
American University College of Arts and Sciences

Panel Discussion: Asian American Solidarities in a
Post Pandemic World

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Saturday, September 18
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC: Hidden Gems of SE
Hillcrest Architecture

Saturday, September 18
Events DC

Howard vs. Hampton Football at Audi Field
Tuesday, September 21
Cultural Tourism DC

WalkingTown DC: Alphabet Animals of Capitol Hill
Saturday, October 2
Adams Morgan Partnership

ADMO PorchFest
 

Newsletter for September 3 to September 9, 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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