A premier event of the 2017 National Cherry Blossom Festival. The National Park Service and the 11th Street Bridge Park present the 3rd annual Anacostic River Festival. This we we are celebrating biking in the District with trail rides, safety classes, bike activites for all ages and much more!
April 9th, 2017
This is the first public presentation of programming from the landmark Friends radio program that ran from 1973-82. Preservation of these tapes has been an on-going project of the Rainbow History Project and we are now making these preserved materials available to the public. Archivist Vincent Slatt will present clips from half a dozen particularly memorable programs. Individuals who were involved with the Friends program are especially encouraged to attend and share their experiences.
Join us Tuesday, January 30th from 6:30pm- 9:00pm
Got something to say? Develop your message, explore fonts and use pattern to make beautiful signs made from hand-cut stencils that are sure to pack a punch. Whether you're preparing for a march or want to put a message in your window, stencil is a great medium to create clean and bold text that help you to express yourself. This workshop like all classes at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop is a safe space for all people of all races, religious beliefs, sexuality and gender identities. Drop-in; Ages 10 - adult (Participants ages 10 - 12 should bring an adult with them.)
USS is taking over the one and only CHAW for BLACK LIGHT YOGA!
Most people have tried yoga at least once but we’re sure nothing like this.
This all-levels class will take your yoga experience to the NEXT level.
It’ll be BYOM (bring your own mat) as the lights go out and the black lights turn on!
USS will give you as much glow as your heart desires and we’ll even give you black light body paint so you can look like this…
The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is proud to present its Annual Performance Festival on Saturday, December 10. As always, this busy day will include performances from all levels of class-takers, from kids to adults, and will also feature work for sale from our advanced ceramics students (perfect for holiday gifts!). By popular demand, Gingerbread House-Making will also be back (2pm-5pm at St.
Meredith Ewer-Speck - Originally from Montana, Meredith E.S Wallace is an amateur florist living and working in Washington DC. She works in international power development by day but for the past few years all of her free time has been spent learning about flowers and designing arrangements for friends and family.
Join us from 12pm-2pm, or stop by early for CHAW's open house starting at 10am.
$40 and includes all materials plus a vase and shears to keep. Call 202-547-6839 to register.