LAST CHANCE! The history and customs of Diwali (Devali), Chanukah, Las Posadas, Ramadan, Sankta Lucia Day, Kwanzaa, Christmas, and the First Nations’ tradition of the Winter Solstice make for an amazing interactive event that bridges communities and cultures. Back for its 19th season, this signature Discovery Theater show Is nearly sold out! Tickets are still available on Dec. 21 at 10:15 a.m. Click here to purchase: http://s.si.edu/2jyChqF
Office of the State Superintendent of Education is hosting facilitated discussions to collect parent and family input regarding DC’s new school report card. To contribute to the conversation, please RSVP: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jPURI9I1MBVDGb06x7vywlVNyT-0w_IJI6sVGXZFIZU/viewform?edit_requested=true
Come to Parkmont and hear three fine Washington, DC poets: Katherine Young, Nawaf Ashur and Sarah Browning The event is free, and an open mic will precede the readings. Parkmont School, in its tradition of being a friend to poetry, is opening its doors to all poetry lovers of D.C.’s metro area. For 35 years, the school has sponsored the Parkmont Poetry Festival, which is the culmination of an annual poetry contest among the District’s middle school and high school students. In D.C., Parkmont means Poetry.
Hey, Walls families: We can t wait to see you on Saturday! It ll be /more/ than just a picnic! Come and play Frisbee rounders; eat grilled chicken and international dishes; meet new Walls families; and participate in a moment of solidarity for the Hurricane Irma and Harvey victims. More details and the potluck signup are at swwhs.org.
Come see the renovation plans for DC s Central Library. This might be the most important building project in DC in our lifetime. Tell DCPL what you think. Tell them what you want. Take the Red Line to Tenleytown. Hosted by DCPL