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Jan
20
Sun
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 20 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Jan
21
Mon
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 21 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Open House – The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House
Jan 21 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Open House - The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House | Washington | District of Columbia | United States

Open House from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm  This Dupont Circle landmark is the original site of the first Founding Church in the world in Washington D.C. Here, the prolific American writer, explorer, and founder, L. Ron Hubbard worked from 1957 through 1960.

The neighborhood townhouse with its historically restored spaces to the late 1950s, now museum, provides informative exhibits with photographs that give glimpses into Hubbard’s early world travels. Visitors can also step into his 1957 office and see his Remington typewriter, Ampex tape recorders, Roneo mimeograph machine, Grundig radio, and personal artifacts.

Short walk from the Dupont Circle Metro Station.

Jan
22
Tue
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 22 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Nengajo 2019 Year of the Boar Exhibition @ Japan Information & Culture Center
Jan 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Nengajo 2019 Exhibition

Kick off the Year of the Boar with nengajo designs from around the world!

Explore Japanese New Years traditions with an exhibition of nearly 160 Nengajo, or Japanese New Year’s cards, from the ninth annual JICC Nengajo Contest, as well as other Japanese New Year’s related displays. This year’s contest drew artists from several countries, and their artistic submissions featuring the Year of the Boar will be at the JICC for the month of January and February. Come join us to celebrate the New Year.

The boar is the twelfth symbol in the Japanese zodiac, as the boat placed 12th in the legend of the zodiac calendar. The symbol of the boar often represents “strength” and “honesty.”

This exhibition is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open to the public during regular JICC hours, 9AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Open House – The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House
Jan 22 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Open House - The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House | Washington | District of Columbia | United States

Open House from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm  This Dupont Circle landmark is the original site of the first Founding Church in the world in Washington D.C. Here, the prolific American writer, explorer, and founder, L. Ron Hubbard worked from 1957 through 1960.

The neighborhood townhouse with its historically restored spaces to the late 1950s, now museum, provides informative exhibits with photographs that give glimpses into Hubbard’s early world travels. Visitors can also step into his 1957 office and see his Remington typewriter, Ampex tape recorders, Roneo mimeograph machine, Grundig radio, and personal artifacts.

Short walk from the Dupont Circle Metro Station.

Jan
23
Wed
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 23 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Nengajo 2019 Year of the Boar Exhibition @ Japan Information & Culture Center
Jan 23 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Nengajo 2019 Exhibition

Kick off the Year of the Boar with nengajo designs from around the world!

Explore Japanese New Years traditions with an exhibition of nearly 160 Nengajo, or Japanese New Year’s cards, from the ninth annual JICC Nengajo Contest, as well as other Japanese New Year’s related displays. This year’s contest drew artists from several countries, and their artistic submissions featuring the Year of the Boar will be at the JICC for the month of January and February. Come join us to celebrate the New Year.

The boar is the twelfth symbol in the Japanese zodiac, as the boat placed 12th in the legend of the zodiac calendar. The symbol of the boar often represents “strength” and “honesty.”

This exhibition is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open to the public during regular JICC hours, 9AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Jan
24
Thu
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 24 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Nengajo 2019 Year of the Boar Exhibition @ Japan Information & Culture Center
Jan 24 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Nengajo 2019 Exhibition

Kick off the Year of the Boar with nengajo designs from around the world!

Explore Japanese New Years traditions with an exhibition of nearly 160 Nengajo, or Japanese New Year’s cards, from the ninth annual JICC Nengajo Contest, as well as other Japanese New Year’s related displays. This year’s contest drew artists from several countries, and their artistic submissions featuring the Year of the Boar will be at the JICC for the month of January and February. Come join us to celebrate the New Year.

The boar is the twelfth symbol in the Japanese zodiac, as the boat placed 12th in the legend of the zodiac calendar. The symbol of the boar often represents “strength” and “honesty.”

This exhibition is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open to the public during regular JICC hours, 9AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Jan
25
Fri
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 25 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Nengajo 2019 Year of the Boar Exhibition @ Japan Information & Culture Center
Jan 25 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Nengajo 2019 Exhibition

Kick off the Year of the Boar with nengajo designs from around the world!

Explore Japanese New Years traditions with an exhibition of nearly 160 Nengajo, or Japanese New Year’s cards, from the ninth annual JICC Nengajo Contest, as well as other Japanese New Year’s related displays. This year’s contest drew artists from several countries, and their artistic submissions featuring the Year of the Boar will be at the JICC for the month of January and February. Come join us to celebrate the New Year.

The boar is the twelfth symbol in the Japanese zodiac, as the boat placed 12th in the legend of the zodiac calendar. The symbol of the boar often represents “strength” and “honesty.”

This exhibition is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open to the public during regular JICC hours, 9AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Jan
26
Sat
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 26 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Jan
27
Sun
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 27 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Jan
28
Mon
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 28 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Nengajo 2019 Year of the Boar Exhibition @ Japan Information & Culture Center
Jan 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Nengajo 2019 Exhibition

Kick off the Year of the Boar with nengajo designs from around the world!

Explore Japanese New Years traditions with an exhibition of nearly 160 Nengajo, or Japanese New Year’s cards, from the ninth annual JICC Nengajo Contest, as well as other Japanese New Year’s related displays. This year’s contest drew artists from several countries, and their artistic submissions featuring the Year of the Boar will be at the JICC for the month of January and February. Come join us to celebrate the New Year.

The boar is the twelfth symbol in the Japanese zodiac, as the boat placed 12th in the legend of the zodiac calendar. The symbol of the boar often represents “strength” and “honesty.”

This exhibition is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open to the public during regular JICC hours, 9AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Open House – The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House
Jan 28 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Open House - The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House | Washington | District of Columbia | United States

Open House from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm  This Dupont Circle landmark is the original site of the first Founding Church in the world in Washington D.C. Here, the prolific American writer, explorer, and founder, L. Ron Hubbard worked from 1957 through 1960.

The neighborhood townhouse with its historically restored spaces to the late 1950s, now museum, provides informative exhibits with photographs that give glimpses into Hubbard’s early world travels. Visitors can also step into his 1957 office and see his Remington typewriter, Ampex tape recorders, Roneo mimeograph machine, Grundig radio, and personal artifacts.

Short walk from the Dupont Circle Metro Station.

Jan
29
Tue
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide
Jan 29 @ 9:00 am
Explore DC’s Green Spaces, Parks, and Gardens with Free Online Guide

The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Washington, D.C. is a free, mobile-friendly website that helps visitors and locals discover more than 75 historic, modern and contemporary landscapes in Washington, D.C. and Arlington, Va. Expert commentary and more than 800 photos are provided by 20 landscape architects. It was developed by the American Society of Landscape Architects.

The guide is the first of its kind devoted to Washington, D.C. It highlights historic monuments and parks—including the National Mall and Memorial Parks and Capitol Hill—and examples of new sustainable works—including Constitution Square, a cutting-edge green street that is one block long, and Diamond Teague Waterfront Park, which incorporates man-made, water-cleansing wetlands on the Anacostia River.

 

The guide is divided into 16 distinct tours in all four quadrants of the District—as well as a tour of the new D.C. bicycle network. Each tour covers multiple neighborhoods, and includes a printable walking or biking map.

Nengajo 2019 Year of the Boar Exhibition @ Japan Information & Culture Center
Jan 29 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Nengajo 2019 Exhibition

Kick off the Year of the Boar with nengajo designs from around the world!

Explore Japanese New Years traditions with an exhibition of nearly 160 Nengajo, or Japanese New Year’s cards, from the ninth annual JICC Nengajo Contest, as well as other Japanese New Year’s related displays. This year’s contest drew artists from several countries, and their artistic submissions featuring the Year of the Boar will be at the JICC for the month of January and February. Come join us to celebrate the New Year.

The boar is the twelfth symbol in the Japanese zodiac, as the boat placed 12th in the legend of the zodiac calendar. The symbol of the boar often represents “strength” and “honesty.”

This exhibition is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open to the public during regular JICC hours, 9AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.
Open House – The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House
Jan 29 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Open House - The L. Ron Hubbard House Museum @ L. Ron Hubbard House | Washington | District of Columbia | United States

Open House from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm  This Dupont Circle landmark is the original site of the first Founding Church in the world in Washington D.C. Here, the prolific American writer, explorer, and founder, L. Ron Hubbard worked from 1957 through 1960.

The neighborhood townhouse with its historically restored spaces to the late 1950s, now museum, provides informative exhibits with photographs that give glimpses into Hubbard’s early world travels. Visitors can also step into his 1957 office and see his Remington typewriter, Ampex tape recorders, Roneo mimeograph machine, Grundig radio, and personal artifacts.

Short walk from the Dupont Circle Metro Station.