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Friday

2/19/16-
  • 2/19/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Working from the Figure


Working from nude models, this is an adults-only, uninstructed, monitored, 3-hour walk-in, drawing session. It is highly suggested that those who attend have at least some basic or prior drawing experience from the life model. The model usually poses for an extended period in the same pose so that an artist can render a completed piece and at times we will extend a particularly good pose for multiple sessions. You are free to paint or draw in a medium of your choice. The event is inclusive and welcomes both beginners and practicing, professional artists. Expect a warm, supportive, and engaging atmosphere to further develop your figure drawing skills.

Participants are encouraged to help each other and advise, as well as bring snacks or refreshments to share. $15 drop in fee-- Easels, tray tables, and drawing boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Call (202) 547-6839 for more information.

January- August Dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/11, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 6:30-9:30pm

Friday

2/19/16-
  • 2/19/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Working from the Figure


Working from nude models, this is an adults-only, uninstructed, monitored, 3-hour walk-in, drawing session. It is highly suggested that those who attend have at least some basic or prior drawing experience from the life model. The model usually poses for an extended period in the same pose so that an artist can render a completed piece and at times we will extend a particularly good pose for multiple sessions. You are free to paint or draw in a medium of your choice. The event is inclusive and welcomes both beginners and practicing, professional artists. Expect a warm, supportive, and engaging atmosphere to further develop your figure drawing skills.

Participants are encouraged to help each other and advise, as well as bring snacks or refreshments to share. $15 drop in fee-- Easels, tray tables, and drawing boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Call (202) 547-6839 for more information.

January- August Dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/11, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 6:30-9:30pm

Friday

2/19/16-
  • 2/19/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Working from the Figure


Working from nude models, this is an adults-only, uninstructed, monitored, 3-hour walk-in, drawing session. It is highly suggested that those who attend have at least some basic or prior drawing experience from the life model. The model usually poses for an extended period in the same pose so that an artist can render a completed piece and at times we will extend a particularly good pose for multiple sessions. You are free to paint or draw in a medium of your choice. The event is inclusive and welcomes both beginners and practicing, professional artists. Expect a warm, supportive, and engaging atmosphere to further develop your figure drawing skills.

Participants are encouraged to help each other and advise, as well as bring snacks or refreshments to share. $15 drop in fee-- Easels, tray tables, and drawing boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Call (202) 547-6839 for more information.

January- August Dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/11, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 6:30-9:30pm

Friday

2/19/16-
  • 2/19/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Working from the Figure


Working from nude models, this is an adults-only, uninstructed, monitored, 3-hour walk-in, drawing session. It is highly suggested that those who attend have at least some basic or prior drawing experience from the life model. The model usually poses for an extended period in the same pose so that an artist can render a completed piece and at times we will extend a particularly good pose for multiple sessions. You are free to paint or draw in a medium of your choice. The event is inclusive and welcomes both beginners and practicing, professional artists. Expect a warm, supportive, and engaging atmosphere to further develop your figure drawing skills.

Participants are encouraged to help each other and advise, as well as bring snacks or refreshments to share. $15 drop in fee-- Easels, tray tables, and drawing boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Call (202) 547-6839 for more information.

January- August Dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/11, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 6:30-9:30pm

Friday

2/19/16-
  • 2/19/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Working from the Figure


Working from nude models, this is an adults-only, uninstructed, monitored, 3-hour walk-in, drawing session. It is highly suggested that those who attend have at least some basic or prior drawing experience from the life model. The model usually poses for an extended period in the same pose so that an artist can render a completed piece and at times we will extend a particularly good pose for multiple sessions. You are free to paint or draw in a medium of your choice. The event is inclusive and welcomes both beginners and practicing, professional artists. Expect a warm, supportive, and engaging atmosphere to further develop your figure drawing skills.

Participants are encouraged to help each other and advise, as well as bring snacks or refreshments to share. $15 drop in fee-- Easels, tray tables, and drawing boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Call (202) 547-6839 for more information.

January- August Dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/11, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 6:30-9:30pm

Friday

2/19/16-
  • 2/19/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Working from the Figure


Working from nude models, this is an adults-only, uninstructed, monitored, 3-hour walk-in, drawing session. It is highly suggested that those who attend have at least some basic or prior drawing experience from the life model. The model usually poses for an extended period in the same pose so that an artist can render a completed piece and at times we will extend a particularly good pose for multiple sessions. You are free to paint or draw in a medium of your choice. The event is inclusive and welcomes both beginners and practicing, professional artists. Expect a warm, supportive, and engaging atmosphere to further develop your figure drawing skills.

Participants are encouraged to help each other and advise, as well as bring snacks or refreshments to share. $15 drop in fee-- Easels, tray tables, and drawing boards are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Call (202) 547-6839 for more information.

January- August Dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/11, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 6:30-9:30pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

5/6/16-
  • 5/6/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 6/3/16
  • 6/17/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/15/16
  • 8/5/16
  • 8/19/16

7:00 PM
Friday ARTnights: Knit & Sip

1st and 3rd Fridays, join us for Knit and Sip. After the hustle and bustle of a long week relax, reconnect with your friends and like-minded knitters, in a safe neighborly environment. Enjoy light refreshments, coffee, tea and wine. Bring your own project or purchase a kit from the instructor to learn the basics.

All experience levels welcome. $30 per session + $10 starter ball of yarn and knitting needles.  To register, call 202.547.6839 or visit http://www.knitting101.org/

January- July dates: 1/15/16, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, 4/15, 5/6, 5/20, 6/3, 6/17, 7/1, 7/15, 8/5, 8/19 -- 7:00-9:00pm

Friday

2/12/16-
  • 2/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 8/12/16
  • 9/9/16
  • 10/14/16
  • 12/9/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Grooving with GiGi

Start your Friday night right with some dance moves that will surely get in the mood to PARTAY! From hip hop and disco to burlesque and jazz, GiGi will make sure that you learn moves that'll wow the crowd on any dance floor. No experience required and wear clothes that you can move and groove in.  

6:30- 8:30 pm, First-come, first-served as space allows. Drop-in fee $25, call (202)547-6839 or email registration@chaw.org with any questions. 

5/13- Dance like a Diva: Dance like a a pop star and  strut your stuff with attitude and sass.  This is the class for you if you are a fan of Britney, Beyonce and Katy Perry. 

6/10- Line dancing: It happens at almost every summer party. The line dance. Learn how to cha-cha slide, wobble, and even the original electric slide.

7/8- Disco: It's hot outside so let's make it hotter with Disco moves that would make Donna Summer jealous. 

8/12-  Hip Hop: Born from the concrete jungles of NYC and LA you will learn old school and new school hip hop moves. 

9/9-Burlesque: Learn the history and art of the tease. 

10/14- Thriller!: Just in time for Halloween. Learn the entire "Thriller" dance in your best costume..if you dare. 

12/9- Moves in Review!: Learn a fun routine that combines hip hop, jazz, disco, and other fun dance styles. 

Friday

2/12/16-
  • 2/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 8/12/16
  • 9/9/16
  • 10/14/16
  • 12/9/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Grooving with GiGi

Start your Friday night right with some dance moves that will surely get in the mood to PARTAY! From hip hop and disco to burlesque and jazz, GiGi will make sure that you learn moves that'll wow the crowd on any dance floor. No experience required and wear clothes that you can move and groove in.  

6:30- 8:30 pm, First-come, first-served as space allows. Drop-in fee $25, call (202)547-6839 or email registration@chaw.org with any questions. 

5/13- Dance like a Diva: Dance like a a pop star and  strut your stuff with attitude and sass.  This is the class for you if you are a fan of Britney, Beyonce and Katy Perry. 

6/10- Line dancing: It happens at almost every summer party. The line dance. Learn how to cha-cha slide, wobble, and even the original electric slide.

7/8- Disco: It's hot outside so let's make it hotter with Disco moves that would make Donna Summer jealous. 

8/12-  Hip Hop: Born from the concrete jungles of NYC and LA you will learn old school and new school hip hop moves. 

9/9-Burlesque: Learn the history and art of the tease. 

10/14- Thriller!: Just in time for Halloween. Learn the entire "Thriller" dance in your best costume..if you dare. 

12/9- Moves in Review!: Learn a fun routine that combines hip hop, jazz, disco, and other fun dance styles. 

Friday

2/12/16-
  • 2/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 8/12/16
  • 9/9/16
  • 10/14/16
  • 12/9/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Grooving with GiGi

Start your Friday night right with some dance moves that will surely get in the mood to PARTAY! From hip hop and disco to burlesque and jazz, GiGi will make sure that you learn moves that'll wow the crowd on any dance floor. No experience required and wear clothes that you can move and groove in.  

6:30- 8:30 pm, First-come, first-served as space allows. Drop-in fee $25, call (202)547-6839 or email registration@chaw.org with any questions. 

5/13- Dance like a Diva: Dance like a a pop star and  strut your stuff with attitude and sass.  This is the class for you if you are a fan of Britney, Beyonce and Katy Perry. 

6/10- Line dancing: It happens at almost every summer party. The line dance. Learn how to cha-cha slide, wobble, and even the original electric slide.

7/8- Disco: It's hot outside so let's make it hotter with Disco moves that would make Donna Summer jealous. 

8/12-  Hip Hop: Born from the concrete jungles of NYC and LA you will learn old school and new school hip hop moves. 

9/9-Burlesque: Learn the history and art of the tease. 

10/14- Thriller!: Just in time for Halloween. Learn the entire "Thriller" dance in your best costume..if you dare. 

12/9- Moves in Review!: Learn a fun routine that combines hip hop, jazz, disco, and other fun dance styles. 

Friday

2/12/16-
  • 2/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 8/12/16
  • 9/9/16
  • 10/14/16
  • 12/9/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Grooving with GiGi

Start your Friday night right with some dance moves that will surely get in the mood to PARTAY! From hip hop and disco to burlesque and jazz, GiGi will make sure that you learn moves that'll wow the crowd on any dance floor. No experience required and wear clothes that you can move and groove in.  

6:30- 8:30 pm, First-come, first-served as space allows. Drop-in fee $25, call (202)547-6839 or email registration@chaw.org with any questions. 

5/13- Dance like a Diva: Dance like a a pop star and  strut your stuff with attitude and sass.  This is the class for you if you are a fan of Britney, Beyonce and Katy Perry. 

6/10- Line dancing: It happens at almost every summer party. The line dance. Learn how to cha-cha slide, wobble, and even the original electric slide.

7/8- Disco: It's hot outside so let's make it hotter with Disco moves that would make Donna Summer jealous. 

8/12-  Hip Hop: Born from the concrete jungles of NYC and LA you will learn old school and new school hip hop moves. 

9/9-Burlesque: Learn the history and art of the tease. 

10/14- Thriller!: Just in time for Halloween. Learn the entire "Thriller" dance in your best costume..if you dare. 

12/9- Moves in Review!: Learn a fun routine that combines hip hop, jazz, disco, and other fun dance styles. 

Friday

2/12/16-
  • 2/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 8/12/16
  • 9/9/16
  • 10/14/16
  • 12/9/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Grooving with GiGi

Start your Friday night right with some dance moves that will surely get in the mood to PARTAY! From hip hop and disco to burlesque and jazz, GiGi will make sure that you learn moves that'll wow the crowd on any dance floor. No experience required and wear clothes that you can move and groove in.  

6:30- 8:30 pm, First-come, first-served as space allows. Drop-in fee $25, call (202)547-6839 or email registration@chaw.org with any questions. 

5/13- Dance like a Diva: Dance like a a pop star and  strut your stuff with attitude and sass.  This is the class for you if you are a fan of Britney, Beyonce and Katy Perry. 

6/10- Line dancing: It happens at almost every summer party. The line dance. Learn how to cha-cha slide, wobble, and even the original electric slide.

7/8- Disco: It's hot outside so let's make it hotter with Disco moves that would make Donna Summer jealous. 

8/12-  Hip Hop: Born from the concrete jungles of NYC and LA you will learn old school and new school hip hop moves. 

9/9-Burlesque: Learn the history and art of the tease. 

10/14- Thriller!: Just in time for Halloween. Learn the entire "Thriller" dance in your best costume..if you dare. 

12/9- Moves in Review!: Learn a fun routine that combines hip hop, jazz, disco, and other fun dance styles. 

Friday

2/12/16-
  • 2/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 8/12/16
  • 9/9/16
  • 10/14/16
  • 12/9/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Grooving with GiGi

Start your Friday night right with some dance moves that will surely get in the mood to PARTAY! From hip hop and disco to burlesque and jazz, GiGi will make sure that you learn moves that'll wow the crowd on any dance floor. No experience required and wear clothes that you can move and groove in.  

6:30- 8:30 pm, First-come, first-served as space allows. Drop-in fee $25, call (202)547-6839 or email registration@chaw.org with any questions. 

5/13- Dance like a Diva: Dance like a a pop star and  strut your stuff with attitude and sass.  This is the class for you if you are a fan of Britney, Beyonce and Katy Perry. 

6/10- Line dancing: It happens at almost every summer party. The line dance. Learn how to cha-cha slide, wobble, and even the original electric slide.

7/8- Disco: It's hot outside so let's make it hotter with Disco moves that would make Donna Summer jealous. 

8/12-  Hip Hop: Born from the concrete jungles of NYC and LA you will learn old school and new school hip hop moves. 

9/9-Burlesque: Learn the history and art of the tease. 

10/14- Thriller!: Just in time for Halloween. Learn the entire "Thriller" dance in your best costume..if you dare. 

12/9- Moves in Review!: Learn a fun routine that combines hip hop, jazz, disco, and other fun dance styles. 

Friday

2/12/16-
  • 2/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 8/12/16
  • 9/9/16
  • 10/14/16
  • 12/9/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Grooving with GiGi

Start your Friday night right with some dance moves that will surely get in the mood to PARTAY! From hip hop and disco to burlesque and jazz, GiGi will make sure that you learn moves that'll wow the crowd on any dance floor. No experience required and wear clothes that you can move and groove in.  

6:30- 8:30 pm, First-come, first-served as space allows. Drop-in fee $25, call (202)547-6839 or email registration@chaw.org with any questions. 

5/13- Dance like a Diva: Dance like a a pop star and  strut your stuff with attitude and sass.  This is the class for you if you are a fan of Britney, Beyonce and Katy Perry. 

6/10- Line dancing: It happens at almost every summer party. The line dance. Learn how to cha-cha slide, wobble, and even the original electric slide.

7/8- Disco: It's hot outside so let's make it hotter with Disco moves that would make Donna Summer jealous. 

8/12-  Hip Hop: Born from the concrete jungles of NYC and LA you will learn old school and new school hip hop moves. 

9/9-Burlesque: Learn the history and art of the tease. 

10/14- Thriller!: Just in time for Halloween. Learn the entire "Thriller" dance in your best costume..if you dare. 

12/9- Moves in Review!: Learn a fun routine that combines hip hop, jazz, disco, and other fun dance styles. 

Friday

1/8/16-
  • 1/8/16
  • 2/12/16
  • 3/4/16
  • 4/8/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Paint & Sip

Join us for an evening of painting and wine from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on the second Friday of every month! Receive step-by-step instruction from teaching artists Ellen Cornett and Sheppard Bear as you create your own masterpiece all while enjoying snacks and wine. $30 includes all materials and refreshments.

Call (202) 547-6839 for more information or to register.

Upcoming Dates: 1/8/16, 2/12, 3/4, 4/8, 5/13, 6/10, 7/8, 8/12.

Friday

1/8/16-
  • 1/8/16
  • 2/12/16
  • 3/4/16
  • 4/8/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Paint & Sip

Join us for an evening of painting and wine from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on the second Friday of every month! Receive step-by-step instruction from teaching artists Ellen Cornett and Sheppard Bear as you create your own masterpiece all while enjoying snacks and wine. $30 includes all materials and refreshments.

Call (202) 547-6839 for more information or to register.

Upcoming Dates: 1/8/16, 2/12, 3/4, 4/8, 5/13, 6/10, 7/8, 8/12.

Friday

1/8/16-
  • 1/8/16
  • 2/12/16
  • 3/4/16
  • 4/8/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 6/10/16
  • 7/8/16

6:30 PM
Friday ARTnights: Paint & Sip

Join us for an evening of painting and wine from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on the second Friday of every month! Receive step-by-step instruction from teaching artists Ellen Cornett and Sheppard Bear as you create your own masterpiece all while enjoying snacks and wine. $30 includes all materials and refreshments.

Call (202) 547-6839 for more information or to register.

Upcoming Dates: 1/8/16, 2/12, 3/4, 4/8, 5/13, 6/10, 7/8, 8/12.

Friday

2/26/16-
  • 2/26/16
  • 3/25/16
  • 4/22/16
  • 5/27/16

7:00 PM
Friday ART Nights: Craft and Craft Beer Night

Join teaching artist Cherie Lester for an evening of crafting, community and craft beer while you work on projects that allow you to unwind, engage your creativity and enjoy artful conversations with friends old and new. No experience is necessary. Call 202.547.6839 to register. 4th Fridays, 7-9pm, $35 per class- Upcoming dates: 1/22/16, 2/26, 3/25, 4/22, 5/27

Co-Sponsored by DC Brau, featuring their local craft brews.


Enjoy tasty craft beers (2 per person), snacks and craft-making at one of the best art-studios on Capitol Hill! Follow along with the evening's topic (below) - or come up with your own. There are no rules and we have lots of materials on-hand to help you create your super-fun masterpiece!


- Feb 26th: Adult Coloring: Super Sized! You've heard about this super-fun craze and now try it out with the group! We'll color, or paint, large-size abstract drawings. Class includes snacks, conversation, relaxing-fun and 2 craft beers per person!


- March 25th: Cherry Blossom Celebration! Come for an evening dedicated to celebrating Washington DC's Cherry Blossoms. Using cherry blossom cut-outs donated by the National Cherry Blossom Festival, we'll turn them into fun works of art! Enjoy a blossom-themed snacks and craft beer!


- April 22nd: Upcycled Abstract: Create a fun craft piece out of recycled materials to hang on your wall. Class includes snacks, conversation, relaxing-fun and 2 craft beers per person!


- May 27th: Collage on Wood: Create a mixed-media collage on a piece of wood suitable to hang on your wall! We'll supply all materials, and the hooks you'll need to make it complete! This class includes snacks, conversation, relaxing-fun and 2 craft beers per person!

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
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  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/7/16-
  • 5/7/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/12/16
  • 5/13/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/14/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/19/16
  • 5/20/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/25/16
  • 5/26/16
  • 5/27/16
  • 5/28/16

7:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/21/16-
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/28/16

2:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Saturday

5/21/16-
  • 5/21/16
  • 5/28/16

2:30 PM
Phaeton by Michael Milligan

Phaeton explores the distance between who we are, who we think we are, and who we can be. In this space lies the conflict  the inescapable and universal struggle  between the mundane and the divine, between complacency and hope, between fear and action. 

Who are you? Where do you come from? What are you driving toward? Do you understand your ideals? Do you fear your ideals? Do you fear liberation? How far would you go to renew the world?

Featuring Taffety Punk company members Dan Crane and Kimberly Gilbert, with James Flanagan as Phaeton, and guest artists Terence Aselford, Audrey Bertaux, Joe Brack, Julia Brandeberry, Karin Rosnizeck, Dawn Thomas, and Eva Wilhelm. Choreography by Kelly King. Music by Josh Taylor. Directed by Marcus Kyd.

Performances @7:30pm on : May 7th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 14th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st (with a 2:30pm matinee), 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th (with a 2:30pm matinee)

Purchase tickets here

Thursday

5/5/16-
  • 5/5/16
  • 5/6/16

7:30 PM
Suede in concert

Suede

Join CHAW as we welcome Suede back to DC--in her first area concert in eight years!  We are thrilled to announce that you have not one, but two CHAWsome opportunities to hear this talented performer, whom the press has compared to "Adele meets Diana Krall meets Bette Midler - sassy, smooth and intoxicating.”  And, as always at CHAW, lots of options to ensure that this program is as accessible as possible to as many music-lovers as possible!

Thursday, May 5: Public Concert at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street NE. 7:30pm.  Click HERE to buy tickets on the Atlas website.  Ticket prices range from $30-$50.  70% of proceeds will go to CHAW.

Friday, May 6: Intimate Concert at CHAW, followed by a mix and mingle reception and auction with Suede, to benefit CHAW's annual Paint Bucket Campaign for tuition assistance. 7:30pm.  Click HERE to buy tickets through the CHAW website. Ticket price: May 6 ONLY $160; May 5 & 6 Combo Ticket: $200. 100% of proceeds will go to the Paint Bucket Campaign.  $100 of the tickets for the CHAW concert is tax-deductible.

Suede is a major champion for the power of music and the arts for all, so we are especially honored to have her at CHAW to celebrate music, community, and access to great art.  The Paint Bucket Campaign officially runs May 1 through July 8, and the goal this year is to raise $70,000 in 70 days—our highest goal ever.  All proceeds from the special concert go directly to helping get more kids more art.  Throughout CHAW’s history it’s been a priority to never turn anyone away from our classes and programs because they can’t afford to pay.  In just the last two years, CHAW gave $125,000 in tuition assistance.  About 90% of students receiving tuition assistance were children and the other 10% adults.

Sponsored by Ed Wood, Real Estate Built on Trust, City Houses, 202-234-1784, EdWood@realtor.com, 202-232-4167 

Sponsored by Capitol Hill Bikes, 719 8th St SE, 202-544-4234, www.capitolhillbikes.com

Thursday

5/5/16-
  • 5/5/16
  • 5/6/16

7:30 PM
Suede in concert

Suede

Join CHAW as we welcome Suede back to DC--in her first area concert in eight years!  We are thrilled to announce that you have not one, but two CHAWsome opportunities to hear this talented performer, whom the press has compared to "Adele meets Diana Krall meets Bette Midler - sassy, smooth and intoxicating.”  And, as always at CHAW, lots of options to ensure that this program is as accessible as possible to as many music-lovers as possible!

Thursday, May 5: Public Concert at the Atlas Performing Arts Center, 1333 H Street NE. 7:30pm.  Click HERE to buy tickets on the Atlas website.  Ticket prices range from $30-$50.  70% of proceeds will go to CHAW.

Friday, May 6: Intimate Concert at CHAW, followed by a mix and mingle reception and auction with Suede, to benefit CHAW's annual Paint Bucket Campaign for tuition assistance. 7:30pm.  Click HERE to buy tickets through the CHAW website. Ticket price: May 6 ONLY $160; May 5 & 6 Combo Ticket: $200. 100% of proceeds will go to the Paint Bucket Campaign.  $100 of the tickets for the CHAW concert is tax-deductible.

Suede is a major champion for the power of music and the arts for all, so we are especially honored to have her at CHAW to celebrate music, community, and access to great art.  The Paint Bucket Campaign officially runs May 1 through July 8, and the goal this year is to raise $70,000 in 70 days—our highest goal ever.  All proceeds from the special concert go directly to helping get more kids more art.  Throughout CHAW’s history it’s been a priority to never turn anyone away from our classes and programs because they can’t afford to pay.  In just the last two years, CHAW gave $125,000 in tuition assistance.  About 90% of students receiving tuition assistance were children and the other 10% adults.

Sponsored by Ed Wood, Real Estate Built on Trust, City Houses, 202-234-1784, EdWood@realtor.com, 202-232-4167 

Sponsored by Capitol Hill Bikes, 719 8th St SE, 202-544-4234, www.capitolhillbikes.com

Saturday

4/23/16-
  • 5/28/16

5:00 PM
"Vertical" - Juried Art exhibit by Capitol Hill Art League

Vertical, the CHAL juried exhibit for member artists, opens with a reception on April 23rd from 5-7pm in the CHAW Gallery. Juror Marsha Steiger will speak at 5:30pm and present awards to the prize-winning artists.

Wednesday

5/4/16-
  • 5/4/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/25/16

5:00 PM
Dine out for CHAW at Lavagna


Every Wednesday of May, 10% of the night’s proceeds will be donated to Capitol Hill Arts Workshop’s (CHAW) annual Paint Bucket Campaign for the tuition assistance program.

Check out Lavagna's menu HERE

The beautiful, Genoan village of Lavagna has long been known for its abundant slate production, quarried in the Capenardo and S. Giacomo mountains nearby. Over the years, "Lavagna" became synonymous with "chalkboard".
The menu at Lavagna portrays our idea that food should be just like a chalkboard: simple, fresh, and innovated often.
Lavagna relies on a network of trusted local farmers for the ingredients that form the basis of our simple, contemporary Italian dishes. Our ever-changing menu reflects the best that the season has to offer.

Make a Reservation

Questions for Lavagna? (202) 546-5006 info@lavagnadc.com

Lavagna is located at 539 8th Street SE

Wednesday

5/4/16-
  • 5/4/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/25/16

5:00 PM
Dine out for CHAW at Lavagna


Every Wednesday of May, 10% of the night’s proceeds will be donated to Capitol Hill Arts Workshop’s (CHAW) annual Paint Bucket Campaign for the tuition assistance program.

Check out Lavagna's menu HERE

The beautiful, Genoan village of Lavagna has long been known for its abundant slate production, quarried in the Capenardo and S. Giacomo mountains nearby. Over the years, "Lavagna" became synonymous with "chalkboard".
The menu at Lavagna portrays our idea that food should be just like a chalkboard: simple, fresh, and innovated often.
Lavagna relies on a network of trusted local farmers for the ingredients that form the basis of our simple, contemporary Italian dishes. Our ever-changing menu reflects the best that the season has to offer.

Make a Reservation

Questions for Lavagna? (202) 546-5006 info@lavagnadc.com

Lavagna is located at 539 8th Street SE

Wednesday

5/4/16-
  • 5/4/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/25/16

5:00 PM
Dine out for CHAW at Lavagna


Every Wednesday of May, 10% of the night’s proceeds will be donated to Capitol Hill Arts Workshop’s (CHAW) annual Paint Bucket Campaign for the tuition assistance program.

Check out Lavagna's menu HERE

The beautiful, Genoan village of Lavagna has long been known for its abundant slate production, quarried in the Capenardo and S. Giacomo mountains nearby. Over the years, "Lavagna" became synonymous with "chalkboard".
The menu at Lavagna portrays our idea that food should be just like a chalkboard: simple, fresh, and innovated often.
Lavagna relies on a network of trusted local farmers for the ingredients that form the basis of our simple, contemporary Italian dishes. Our ever-changing menu reflects the best that the season has to offer.

Make a Reservation

Questions for Lavagna? (202) 546-5006 info@lavagnadc.com

Lavagna is located at 539 8th Street SE

Wednesday

5/4/16-
  • 5/4/16
  • 5/11/16
  • 5/18/16
  • 5/25/16

5:00 PM
Dine out for CHAW at Lavagna


Every Wednesday of May, 10% of the night’s proceeds will be donated to Capitol Hill Arts Workshop’s (CHAW) annual Paint Bucket Campaign for the tuition assistance program.

Check out Lavagna's menu HERE

The beautiful, Genoan village of Lavagna has long been known for its abundant slate production, quarried in the Capenardo and S. Giacomo mountains nearby. Over the years, "Lavagna" became synonymous with "chalkboard".
The menu at Lavagna portrays our idea that food should be just like a chalkboard: simple, fresh, and innovated often.
Lavagna relies on a network of trusted local farmers for the ingredients that form the basis of our simple, contemporary Italian dishes. Our ever-changing menu reflects the best that the season has to offer.

Make a Reservation

Questions for Lavagna? (202) 546-5006 info@lavagnadc.com

Lavagna is located at 539 8th Street SE

Saturday

5/21/16-
  • 5/21/16

12:00 PM
Kokedama Workshop

Join us for Mimoza Design's Kokedama Workshop!  With its roots in the Japanese Bonsai tradition, Kokedama (“Koke” =Moss “Dama” = Ball) is a really intriguing way to grow and display many different types of plants. Instead of the traditional shallow dish, Kokedama have their roots enclosed in a beautiful moss form. It has been called “poor man’s bonsai” in the past. Traditionally, the Kokedama would be displayed in a shallow dish. These days it is quite trendy to suspend them from string, creating a dramatic “hanging garden”.

Tickets include all plants, moss, and Display Materials - $80  Click HERE to buy tickets through Mimoza's website.

Saturday

6/25/16-
  • 6/25/16

12:00 PM
Floral Workshop

Join us for Mimoza Design's Floral Workshop!  Asian inspired bowl arrangement with orchids, grasses and other flora. All of the supplies and tools are provided for the attendee to create and take home a beautiful arrangement.  

Tickets include all materials and tools- $80 per person.  Click HERE to buy tickets through Mimoza's website.

Thursday

6/2/16-
  • 6/2/16

7:30 PM
Staged Reading of Thomas Geoghegan’s play MONTICELLO

Monticello has its premise in a historical fact: Thomas Jefferson did invite students from the University of Virginia to dine with him at Monticello. In 1826, the last year of Jefferson's life, Edgar Allan Poe enrolled at the university. What might have happened in an encounter between Jefferson and Poe? Geoghegan’s play – set on July 2, 1826, which was two days before the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence – offers an answer.

One of the key questions of the play is the battle over the legacy of Jefferson and his famous Declaration, specifically on the question of slavery. Slaveholders in the Virginia legislature -- including Jefferson’s violent nephew Randolph – demand a statement that "clarifies" the Declaration to declare that slaves are inferior beings. (They dangle an offer for the State of Virginia pay off all of Jefferson’s debts and save Monticello.) Two of Jefferson's slaves, Abby and Frederick, try to sneak in a different draft that announces that a dying Jefferson has decided to free all his slaves. His daughter Martha wants to please everyone, but Sally Hemings might have the final word. Monticello is a play of ideas and poetry that grapples with one of the most revolutionary documents in political history.

Ticket Information

$10 tickets
available at the door

Location: CHAW's Black Box Theatre

Hosted by Guillotine Theatre @GuillotiNeTheat

Merrily pushing the idea that classics are visceral, larger-than-life,occasionally very bloody…and sometimes include really cool language, Guillotine Theatre presents classic plays and new plays on classic themes.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Wednesday

6/22/16-
  • 6/22/16
  • 6/23/16
  • 6/24/16
  • 6/25/16
  • 6/29/16
  • 6/30/16
  • 7/1/16
  • 7/2/16
  • 7/6/16
  • 7/7/16
  • 7/8/16
  • 7/9/16

7:30 PM
We Happy Few Productions presents "CHALK"

At its simplest, CHALK is a story of motherhood. A wise judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. However, it's also a story about revolution and rebellion. It's about the choices we are forced to make for ourselves, for our families and for the causes we believe in. It's about the working class and the wealthy, justice and family, duty and survival. In an ever-changing world where nothing is black and white, how can we judge what's right?

Show runs 6/22/2016 to 7/9/2016 at 7:30 PM with a 2:00pm matinee on Saturdays $15

We Happy Few

We Happy Few was founded by Hannah Todd and Raven Bonniwell at the beginning of 2012. Our mission is to present stripped down, small cast, ensemble productions with a group of talented artists, providing unique perspectives on classic texts.

Saturday

6/11/16-
  • 7/14/16

9:30 AM
Judy Searles Solo Exhibit

Check out the Capitol Hill Art League wall!  Featured Artist- Judy Searles

June 11 through July 14th.

Saturday

7/16/16-
  • 8/13/16

5:30 PM
Stu Searles Solo Exhibit

Check out the Capitol Hill Art League wall!  Featured Artist- Stu Searles

July 16 - August 13

Thursday

5/26/16-
  • 5/26/16

6:00 PM
CHAW Happy Hour @ Petworth Citizen

Make a difference with your happy hour! Buy a drink at Petworth Citizen Reading Room from 6pm-8pm on Thursday, May 26, and 10% of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to the #PaintBucket campaign.  

The Reading Room is the back room of the Petworth Citizen, which is a neighborhood restaurant and bar. The Reading Room is also a community book exchange, and a neighborhood gathering space for book clubs, live music, and craft bartending classes, and events. The Reading Room is now open on Thursday nights specifically to raise awareness and money for organizations around DC--and CHAW is thrilled to be involved.  The Reading Room will open an hour early, at 6pm, with one of their craft bartenders serving up specialty drinks and snacks.
 
The Reading Room at Petworth Citizen is located at 829 Upshur St. NW in the Petworth neighborhood. Reading Room Charity Hours: 6pm-8pm on Thursday, May 26.  For more information, visit Petworth Citizen online or call 202-722-2939

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