Culture Communique: September 17 - September 23 Culture Communique: September 17 - September 23

 

WalkingTown DC (WTDC)
It is finally here! From September 18 - 26, Cultural Tourism DC presents 33 guided walking tours in different neighborhoods throughout the District. This popular event introduces residents and visitors to the art, culture, and history of DC. These tours are led by historians, licensed tour guides, community leaders and business owners, enthusiasts and docents, who all donate their time and expertise for this annual festival. Some tours are already at capacity, so act fast and register now for your tour!

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, (NMNH) 
Consider the most visited museum in Washington DC, the NMNH is a must-see when you visit the city. Its
 collections tell the history of the planet and record the human interaction with its environment. Enjoy 145 million specimens and artifacts; learn about animals, plants, minerals, rocks; and attend online and in-person demonstrations and lectures. Plan your visit ahead; find more information here.

Saturday, September 18
Capital Jewish Museum

Sukkah City x DC

Sunday, September 19
DC Cycling Concierge

Meeting Demise in DC: A Morbid Tour of
Some Assassinations & Attempts

Monday, September 20
Washington Photo Safari

Full Moonrise over DC from Central Place Tower

Tuesday, September 21
Tudor Place

Landmark Lecture: Women & Slavery in Georgetown

Wednesday, September 22
Zenith Gallery

Opening Reception: Let's Dance by
Jackie Braitman & Joanathan Ribaillier

Thursday, September 23
IN Series

A Festival Through Grief to Hope
 
Friday, September 17
In America Flags

In America: Remember
Friday, September 17
Hillwood Museum

Virtual Floral Design: Flowers Fit for Gatsby

Saturday, September 18
Humanities DC

Oral History Coffee Chat:
From Pandemic to Protest

Saturday, September 18
Smithsonian Magazine

17th Annual Museum Day

Saturday, September 18
Events DC

Inaugural Truth and Service Classic Football Game

Sunday, September 19
National Women's History Museum

One Year Later: Honoring the Life and Legacy of
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Sunday, September 19
The Phillips Collection

Sunday Concert:
John Holiday & Kevin Miller

Wednesday, September 22
Ronald Reagan Building and
International Trade Center

Perspectives on Trade: A Conversation with
Ambassador Craig Allen

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Sunday, September 26
Street Art Museum Tours

Online Contemporary/Modern Art Tour

Friday, October 1
Ford's Theatre

First Preview: My Lord, What a Night

October 9 - 31
European Union Delegation to the U.S.

Kids Euro Fest 2021
Thursday, October 14
The Barns at Wolf Trap

Linda Eder
 

Newsletter for September 17 to September 23, 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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