Weekend Round Up August 04,2011
30th Anniversary at the National Aquarium
August 5,2011 at 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
The aquarium celebrates its birthday with a three-day festival, complete with music, dancing, face painting, art projects, and zumba instruction.
National Aquarium - Baltimore
Pier 3, 501 E. Pratt St.
Dog Days of August Sidewalk Sale
August 6th, 2011 at 6PM
The neighborhood's 12th annual event includes sales at local shops, plus arts and cultural events. Free offerings include candy samples at Artfully Chocolate & Kingsbury Confection, free fans at Junction and free workouts at VIDA fitness.
14th and U streets NW
Live Jazz With Vocalist Nancy Scimone
August 6th, 2011 at 07:30 PM | No Cover Charge | firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 571-232-1873
Vocalist Nancy Scimone delivers spirited performances of lively and lush American jazz standards, French and Latin-influenced tunes. The Henley's extensive wine list, classic cocktails savory treats (crispy shrimp) and desserts (pear bread pudding!) are perfect accompaniments to these sublime songs. Cozy tapestry seats, intimate lighting. No Cover. Saturdays 7:30 - 11:15 Perfect for conversation or just listening. Near Metros, on-street parking
Henley Park Hotel
926 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington DC 20001
Food Network Star Open Call
August 8, 2001 at 10-2PM
The Food Network is looking for people who are full of life, passionate about cooking, and knowledgeable about food to meet them in person at their open casting call.
Design Star Open Call
August 9,2011 at 10-2PM
They want people who are passionate about their work, knowledgeable and hold a clear & unique design perspective.
They are casting everyone from beginner's level to experts!
The Westin City Center
1400 M St NW, Washington, DC 20005
Parish Gallery: Leslee Stradford "The Night Tulsa Died"
August 16th, 2011 at 12:41 PM | Tel: 202.944.2310
Showing through Tuesday, August 16, Parish Gallery (1054 31st Street, NW) proudly presents Leslee Stradford's "The Night Tulsa Died: Black Wall Street Massacre 1921". A descendant of the victims in "The Tulsa Race Riot 1921," Leslee Stradford vividly conveys the social, cultural and historical story of the massacre confined to the racially segregated Greenwood neighborhood in Tulsa, Oklahoma on May 31, 1921. Stradford's style, sometimes figurative, sometimes abstract and sometimes both, uses new technology and research to create digital images, painted canvases and silks. Primarily representing, but not exclusively, contemporary visual artists of significance from Africa and the African Diaspora, you can view this artistic display of history and the spirit of social preservation and regeneration in the Parrish Gallery showroom. 202.944.2310
1054 31st Street, NW