Culture Communique: December 31 - January 6 Culture Communique: December 31 - January 6

Happy New Year Treasure Hunt

On Friday, December 31, celebrate the New Year at 'the Coolest Place in DC' with a treasure hunt through the O Street Museum's legendary themed rooms, unique exhibits, and secret doors. Enjoy shopping while you explore this unique museum. Everything in the O Museum is for sale. Start your new year with new treasures!

The Octagon Museum
The Octagon was built in 1799 by enslaved workers for Virginia's wealthiest plantation family, the Tayloes, in support of the newly established capital. Designed by the first architect of the United States Capitol William Thornton, the building is now owned by the Architects Foundation. The museum hosts programs and exhibitions that inspire current and future architects, highlighting important moments and movements in American and architectural history. 

Saturday, January 1
Cultural Tourism DC

Explore one of the 17 
DC Neighborhood Heritage Trails

Saturday, January 1
Olney Theatre

Hedwig and the Angry Inch

Sunday, January 2
IN Series

Invision: Boheme in the Heights
Tuesday, January 4
DC Cycling Concierge

When the British Burned Washington

Thursday, January 6
DC History Center

Exhibit: DC Hall of History

Thursday, January 6
Phillips Collection

Julia Chon: The Phillips Logo Reimagined
Friday, December 31
Downtown DC

NYE 2021 Allegory at Eaton Hotel

Saturday, January 1
The Kennedy Center

Beautiful—The Carole King Musical


Sunday, January 2
Washington Photo Safari

Story-Telling at the National Museum of
American History


Tuesday, January 4
Smithsonian National Museum of
American History

Girlhood (It's complicated)

Wednesday, January 5
National Gallery of Art

Gilbert Stuart's The Skater


Wednesday, January 5
The Athenaeum

In the Garden


Thursday, January 6
DC by Foot

Ghosts of Georgetown


Thursday, January 6
Chamber Dance Project

Open Rehearsal

Wednesday, January 12
Folger Shakespeare Library

Shakespeare Lightning Round: Traci Thomas

Thursday, January 22
Museum of the Bible

DIVE Virtual Tours: Caesarea with Donny Brody

Friday, January 21
Ford's Theatre

The Mountaintop

Friday, January 28
The Washington Chorus

George Walker & Beethoven's Ninth Symphony

Newsletter for December 31, 2021 to January 6, 2022. 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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