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Writer's Block Clinic with Hannah Sternberg

Meet your National Novel Writing Month goals with help from some writing games!

Published author Hannah Sternberg leads a series of interactive, self-contained writing exercises designed to defeat writer's block and inspire you to keep writing. Come for as many sessions as you like; there's no homework, and each week has a different theme. Sessions are FREE and open to all levels of writers. The workshops will take place Mondays in November at the SE Branch of the DC Public Library, 7pm-8:30pm; and the first four Tuesdays in November at East City Bookshop, 6:30pm-8:00pm.

Upcycled Abstract: Craft Making Activity

Upcycled Abstract: Craft Making Activity - sponsored by CHAW at Crafty Bastards: Arts & Crafts Fair at Union Market in Washington, D.C.  Create a fun craft piece out of recycled materials to wear, or to hang on your wall at home! Terrific for all ages and skill levels.

Location: Union Market 1309 5th St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Hours: 10am-5:00pm on Sunday, October 2nd

Look for CHAW's craft table

A Light Mix: Wine, Cheese, Dessert with Light Switch Dance Theater

A Light Mix is a series created by Light Switch Dance Theatre will present new work by LSDT Performers, LSDT, and other emerging choreographers. Seasonally paired wine, cheese, and dessert will be served following the performance when the audience members will have the opportunity to connect with presenting artists.

Featuring new/revised work by Agora Dance, ArasDance, Taryn Packheiser Brown, darlingdance, Katie Sopoci Drake, Next Reflex Dance Collective, Shruthi Mukund and Deepti Mukund, and Light Switch Dance Theatre

Your DC Digital Museum

On June 11, the Your DC Digital Museum program will return to the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. Help us document and preserve the history and culture of your community.

Our expert volunteers will work with you to digitize and describe your personal historic or genealogical artifacts including: photographs, journal pages, correspondence, souvenirs, or anything else that tells your story. All submissions will be added to the DC Digital Museum. Help us build this powerful online resource for students, educators, and scholars!

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