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Sunday, December 15, 2019




Polish Christmas Carols with Magdalena Wor, 3-6pm at Residence of the Ambassador of Poland (3041 Whitehaven Street NW). Polish Christmas Carols is a fundraising event for the Polish Library in Washington, D.C. The Polish Library is a non-profit organization supported by membership fees and donations only, and staffed by volunteers. Thank you for your generous support. $25-45

Monday, December 16, 2019




Remebrance of the arrival of the first 20 Enslaved Angolan in USA, 6:30-8:30pm at Smithsonian National Museum of African Art (950 Independence Avenue SouthWest). The Embassy of Angola holds the event at the Smithsonia Museum of African Arts to honor and commemorate the first Angolan slaves who arrived in the US in 1619. As ancestors of these slaves, they invite the Angolan, African, American community and interested in knowing a little more about the contribution they made to the American community for participating in US development. FREE

Thursday, December 19, 2019




Mid-Atlantic CCIM Holiday Party, 5-7:30pm at WeWork (1701 Rhode Island Avenue Northwest). Join us as we visit the newly opened WeWork location in the heart of Washington, D.C. We'll enjoy a tour of the Dupont Circle office and enjoy an evening of networking as we celebrate the holidays. Food and beverages will be provided. FREE

Sunday, December 22, 2019




Miss Ethiopia USA Pageant 2019, 5pm-midnight at Embassy of Ethiopia (3506 International Drive Northwest). Miss Ethiopia USA pageant To Promote & inspire Ethiopian women with strong goals, supporting causes related to humanitarian work, women empowerment, education & the rich Ethiopian culture and heritage as well as build positive environment within Ethiopian American communities in USA and beyond !!! $30-100

Thursday, December 26, 2019




Ben Williams: A Holiday Musical Extravaganza, 8pm at The Hamilton Live (600 14th St NW). Grammy Award-winning bassist & native Washingtonian Ben Williams celebrates the most wonderful time of the year in his annual extravaganza. $20+

February 2020

Tuesday, February 11, 2019




EXPAND THE FIELD, 7:30-9pm at National Geographic Campus, Gilbert H. Grosvenor Auditorium (1600 M St NW). Join us, on the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, for an insightful discussion with National Geographic Explorers who are pushing the boundaries of scientific knowledge, building a diverse community of innovators, and inspiring the next generation of change makers. This event will explore the many facets of who each explorer is through funny, thoughtful, and honest stories that highlight the unexpected and often overlooked realities of being female scientists and storytellers. $25

Thursday, February 20, 2019




NAT GEO NIGHTS: AFRICA'S LAST WILD PLACES, 5:30-8:30pm at National Geographic Campus (1600 M St NW). Learn about how African Parks’ approach to revitalizing this important ecosystem is benefiting local communities and critical species, including lions and elephants, and discover how this approach can be replicated to help protect Africa’s other last wild places. $20

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