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June 1st and 2nd, 2013

Saturday, 10am – 4pm

Sunday, 1 – 5pm

Discover nine diverse museums in one of Washington, D.C.’s most beautiful neighborhoods. Save on gas and museum admission by hitting the pavement and taking a walking tour or riding the free shuttle between sites. Visit in any order you choose!

museum walk details
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We want you to enjoy the “new” H Street as part of an even larger crowd than the 50,000 who loved HStreetFestival2011. So, we’ve planned quite an all day party from noon to 7pm for young and old alike. In addition to all of the stuff that made last year’s festival great – like the live music on 5 stages, the artcars, the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, the fashion shows, the patio cafes and the street parades, we’ve added even more entertainment and events to HStreetFestival2012’s 6 blocks of Urban Fun.
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Taste of DC is a restaurant sampling street fair. Your $10 ticket includes one free beverage. Each of the 50 restaurant participants have sampling menus, at least one item of which is $3 or less.

There will also be a live music main stage, a family zone, and a "Farm to Fork" zone celebrating local, sustanable agriculture. Also, there will be a chili eating contest.
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FREE at the Carter Barron Amphitheater in Washington, DC from Noon to 7:30pm.

FREE 24th Annual DC Blues Festival

featuring Sista Monica Parker ~ Sugar Ray & The Bluetones ~ Lionel Young Band ~ Clarence "The Blues Man" Turner ~ DC Blues Society Band with Dr. Ayaba Bey

Family-Friendly Fun * Workshops * Instrument Petting Zoo

Followed by a fund-raising afterparty, featuring the Lionel Young Band
8:30 pm - Midnight
American Legion Post 41
905 Sligo Avenue (entrance on Fenton by parking lot)
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Day of Show:
DCBS Members $15 / All Others $17
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Location: Frederick Douglass NHS
Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Fee Information: Free!
Contact Name: Jasmine Armstrong
Contact Phone Number: 202-426-5961
Come celebrate summer, Frederick Douglass, family, and fun! We will have live music, crafts, historic house tours, bike rides, free ice cream and popcorn, Massachusetts 54th reenactors, and more!!!

Cost: FREE!
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Step Afrika homeown performance now through Sunday.

Summer Movie Series

Gay 101
Thursdays 8pm
Movie Musicals
Fridays 8pm
Family Series
Saturdays 5pm
Spike Lee Features
Sundays 4pm

All films are $2. Full film schedule
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Pride & Heritage Celebration for the DC Asian/Pacific Islander community, May 23. (See also http://www.dcprideandheritage.org/)
DC Black Pride, May 26-29, (Festival 5/29)
(DC) Capital Pride, June 2-12 (Parade 6/11, Festival 6/12)
Baltimore Pride June 17-19 (Parade 6/18, Festival 6/19)
Fredericksburg (Va) Pride [flash only website], August 13, 2011
Chesapeake (MD) Pride, August 20, 2011
(Richmond) Virginia Pridefest, September 24, 2011
Baltimore Black Pride is usually in the first part of October, no official date is set for 2011.
Reel Affirmations, October 13-22, 2011.
Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend, January 13-16 2012.
DC Youth Pride Day, end of April/beginning of May
Virginia Black Pride Weekend [flash only website], end of April/beginning of May
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Pendragwn Youth Film Festival features short films made by 11 to 18 year olds.
Sunday, May 15
Atlas Performing Arts Center
1333 H Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002

12 pm - 6pm - TICKETS
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At Busboys & Poets
August 27, 11:00 PM - 1:00 AM (Langston Room) - On this night, American sign language users and viewers from all corners of life will come together to recite a poem a song or a short skit. THIS IS AN OPEN STAGE EVENT FOR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO SHARE A WRITTEN INSPIRATION TO THOSE WHO ARE HUNGRY FOR THEM. Come out and enjoy the wonderful environment while you eat, get your drink on and socialize. Great for those who are learning American sign language. The open stage starts at 11pm till 1am. Anyone with sign language knowledge may sign up to recite a poem or a sign song by contacting: Djsupalee@aol.com --- Admission: $5

First annual DC State Fair August 28, 2010 at Tubman Elementary Field (11th and Irving Streets NW) from 10-4:30 p.m. This year only features prepared food and plant growing contests. Let's hope they expand to arts and crafts next year!
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I think it's awesome that in DC we get Emancipation Day (and not just because it means I get a day off work). The following is C & P'd, so I don't know any more details than the ones you're reading:

RECOGNITION CEREMONY AND FILM DOCUMENTARY: Mrs. Loretta Carter Hanes, Reviver of D. C. Emancipation Day : Monday, April 12, 2010 starting 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Charles Sumner Museum, 1201 Seventeenth Street, N.W., Great Hall, refreshments will be served. Sponsored by African American Holiday Association - 202-667-2577. Free and open to the public!


Friday, April 16th, 2010 starting at 11AM

RALLY: 11:00 am at Franklin Square (13th & I Streets, NW), speakers include: Rev. E. Gail Anderson-Holiness, Rev. Graylan Hagler, Council members Michael A. Brown, Yvette Alexander and Vincent Gray, Senators Michael Brown and Paul Strauss, Singer - Luci Murphy and Friends, and the Washington Youth Choir, Singer Ayesha Dancy and an Emancipation Re-enactment and YOU!

MARCH: 12:30 pm to D.C. Historical Society (9th & K Streets, NW) with Emancipation Film, discussion. Free and open to the public!

* Did you know that after rebellions, riots and struggle the more than 3,100 enslaved people living in the nation's capital were freed on April 16, 1862, 9 months before Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation of January 1, 1863. This historic day was considered the formerly enslaved's 4th of July!

For more information call: 202-361-9739.
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The Windup Comic Fest is a one-day sequential art event, held twice a year in Baltimore at The Windup Space. Indie comic book artists and comic book stores set up shop for an afternoon of comic awesomeness.

There is no cover charge. The Windup Comics Fest is an all-ages event. Alcohol is available for guests 21 and older. Parking is on-street, or in one of two nearby garages.

MAY 22, 2010. 2pm - 7pm. 12 West North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201

P.S. Vendor Space still Available. Check the website for details.


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