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In a rapidly changing world dominated by divisions, illusions and deceptions, it is more important than ever to increase the quality of trust so we can continue to grow. Join us for this special event with Sister Jenna on inauguration day as we learn how to use our innate spiritual powers to increase self confidence and trust in ourelves, God, and others.
Sister Jenna is a radio and TV personality, renowned speaker and founder and director of the Meditation Museums in Silver Spring, Maryland and McLean, Virginia. Selected by Empower a Billion Women 2020 as one of 100 Most Influential Leaders of 2015 and served as a principal partner with the Oprah Winfrey Network and Values Partnerships on the Belief Team, a community of individuals from diverse spiritual, cultural and faith backgrounds, and as an influential connector, she coordinated bringing on-board organizations and thought leaders to engage in this global dialogue on Belief.
Sister Jenna’s voice of influence is particularly needed in the wake of tragedy and increasing violence in our world. Friday, January 20th, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM. In Maryland, at the Meditation Museum, 9525 Georgia Avenue, Suite 101, Silver Spring, MD.
Free Event – Contributions Appreciated. RSVP at http://www.MeditationMuseum.org/meditation-events.
Since it is *nearly* December and I am fairly new to DC, I was wondering if there are any must-see holiday events that I should go to! Also, I would really like to attend a performance of the Nutcracker, has anyone seen the Washington Ballet version?
The Wharf is hosting a free community shredding event Friday, November 11 through Saturday, November 12. Along with your paper shreddables, please bring along a non-perishable food donation for the Capital Area Food Bank. The free community event will be open 2:00pm-6:00pm on Friday and 9:00am-2:00pm on Saturday.
Location: 690 Water Street SW, Washington, DC 20024
Time: Friday, November 11 from 2:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday, November 12 from 9:00am – 2:00pm
Organized by : Wharf DC
I have been charged with planning an event for my firm, and I was wondering if anyone had any venue suggestions that are a bit more outside of the box.
We have done plenty of events at hotels, but I would like this event to be a bit more youthful. I do not work in the DC area, so I could use some help with venue suggestions. My only requirement is space for 30 – 50 people and some AV capabilities. The event will be in early November in the evening.
For the right venue we can make any budget work.
Any help is very appreciated!
On the final night of the Republican National Convention, join Alliance for Justice Action Campaign (AFJAC) for the Anti-Watch party, featuring conservative code word bingo, drinks to ease the pain, surprise guests, music, and a healthy dose of criticism.
$10 suggested donation at the door. AFJAC will provide two free drink tickets and happy hour specials will run all night. Reserve your spot today at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-anti-watch-party-tickets-26432698914
Thursday, July 21st
Sudhouse (1340 U Street NW)
I was wondering if anyone knew of any fun Easter-related events for adults – I’m referring more to drink/food specials or special events at breweries, concert venues, beer gardens, etc. than anything religious. Anyone doing anything festive and not kid-oriented? I want to avoid the cherry blossom traffic and crowds.
Join us for an exciting conversation about living in a gentrified city and interracial dating. All too often the gentrification conversation covers the economic and socioeconomic pros & cons of gentrification, but what about the dating-economics!?
When: September 29th, 6:30pm-8pm. For Tickets Visit: TheKrystalGlassHour.com See flyer for more details.
Join WABA for an afternoon of Choose Your Own Adventure Scavenger Hunt on the Anacostia River seeking hidden treasure, forgotten islands, ancient ruins, and natural wonder. You and your team will compete for prizes in this family friendly treasure hunt in DC’s back yard. Come prepared for riddles, unexpected challenges, trickery and exploration. Silliness encouraged. Costumes rewarded. Bike savvy kids welcome.
You and YOU ALONE are in charge of what happens in this a. There are dangers, choices, and consequences. You must use your numerous skills and much of your intellect. Choose right and reap endless rewards.
Scoring Points & Prizes
When you check in (3:00 – 3:15 pm), your adventure begins with a choice to determine your path. From there, you’ll be off riding in search of treasure and glory guided by clues, riddles, and new decisions. At each step, your eam will collect points towards some fun prizes.
Date: Saturday August 1
Time: 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Check In: RFK Stadium on the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail
What to Bring
– a bike
-a helmet (required for participation)
-at least one teammate (up to 4 per team)
-a costume fitting of a treasure hunter (optional, but encouraged)
Are you a local reader at least 21 years old? Looking for a more casual book club experience? Then join us for Twentythirtysomething Book Club (T.T.B.C.), a DC Public Library book group for younger adults.
In our May selection, the 2014 nonfiction title “Nothing is True and Everything is
Possible,” journalist and television producer Peter Pomerantsev describes the stranger than fiction scenarios and individuals he encountered when work brought him to Russia at the start of the 21st century.
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