free movie screening: 47 meters down
On the rebound after a devastating break-up, Lisa (Mandy Moore) is ready for adventure while on vacation in Mexico. Even still, she needs a little extra persuasion when her daring sister Kate (Claire Holt) suggests they go shark diving with some locals. Once underwater in a protective cage, Lisa and Kate catch a once in a lifetime, face-to-face look at majestic Great Whites. But when their worst fears are realized and the cage breaks away from their boat, they find themselves plummeting to the bottom of the seabed, too deep to radio for help without making themselves vulnerable to the savage sharks, their oxygen supplies rapidly dwindling. 47 METERS DOWN is a terrifying tale of survival set in the domain of the ocean’s fiercest creatures.
555 11th St NW | 7 pm | Tickets
june monthly mingle
Join host Alyssa Steinmetz at Pleasant Pops Adams Morgan for the June Monthly Mingle on Wednesday. Celebrate the season with fresh juice popsicles at this fun DC hangout. Feel free to invite your local Pi Phi friends as well. We hope to see you there!
1781 Florida Ave NW | 5:30 pm
bard in the park: romeo + juliet
Bard in the Park is a 3 week series celebrating all things Shakespeare! This event will take place in Canal Park and includes screenings of Shakespeare adapted movies as well as pre-show interactive performances by various Shakespeare entertainers. Enjoy a free screening of the 1996 version starring Leonardo Dicaprio.
200 M St SE | 6:30 pm | More Info
d.c punk archive library rooftop show
The D.C Punk Archive library shows return- on the roof! Visit the newly renovated Woodridge Neighborhood Library and see multi-talented local and semi-local act perform.
1801 Hamlin Street NE | 6:30 pm | Tickets
nausicaa of the valley of the wind
The Studio Ghibli film festival continues at the Angelika Pop-Up at Union Market. NAUSICAA, the debut film from Oscar winner Hayao Miyazaki tells the story of a young princess, both brave and innocent, who’s love for all living things and passionate determination to understand the processes of nature lead her into terrible danger, sacrifice, and eventual triumph. Set in a devastated future world decimated by atmospheric poisons and swarming with gigantic insects, there is no good or evil, but rather convicting viewpoints, weaknesses, and power struggles. In what many consider to be his masterwork, Miyazaki’s animation is awe-inspiring and the film is not to be missed.
550 Penn St NE | 7 pm | Tickets
yoga in luce
Unwind with yoga and art appreciation in the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Participants can relax, reflect on artwork, and sip tea before Clare Kelley leads a one hour, all levels Vinyasa flow class.
800 G St NW | 6 pm | Tickets
jacob panic live at tryst
Banjo party for all.
2459 18th St NW | 8 pm
being the butcher: butcher on a budget
Dining on a dime, but want to leave your guests impressed? Join Via Umbria's Head Butcher as he reveals his secrets to success without breaking the bank. Scott will teach you which cuts are good for the grill while you can still pay the bill.
1525 Wisconsin Ave NW | 7:30 pm | Tickets
True tales...ripped from the Pages of Real Life. Mortified stars everyday adults sharing their most embarrassingly real teenage diary entries, poems, love letters, lyrics and locker notes..in front of total strangers.
2009 8th St MW | 8 pm | Tickets
capitol hill jazz jam
Come out to Mr. Henry's every Wednesday for the weekly jazz jam. Just walk in, sign up, and get called to play. Or come to enjoy the show.
601 Pennsylvania Ave SE | 8 pm
ray blk at songbyrd
Rita Ekwere, better known under her stage name of RAY BLK, is a British singer and songwriter best kmown for her mini album " Durt" where she caotures the tough realities of inner city life in songs that draw from garage and grime to the sonic palette of 90s US R&B.
2477 18th St NW | 7:30 pm | Tickets
an evening at the embassy of MADAGASCAR
Journey Madagascar as TTD invites you to experience a culture and people like no other in the world. Step onto foreign soil for a very special African culture evening at the Embassy of Madagascar. Join your fellow young professionals for a special taste of native food, drinks, live music, cultural dancing, diplomats, film, and more at this African treasure.
7 pm | Tickets
Experience a bit of Cuba with The Graham Georgetown for their Havana Nights Party on the rooftop! Get ready to celebrate Cuban style with specialty cocktails, Gold Cup Coffee, live cigar rolling, a whole roasted pig, Cuban art and Cuban music.
1075 Thomas Jefferson St NW | 7 pm
open mic night at dc improv
The Improv is proud to host another free open mic night featuring local comics in the main showroom. Admission is free but first come, first served- so make sure you grab your ticket!
1140 Connecticut Ave NW | 7:30 pm | Tickets
rooftop yoga flow on h st
Spend an evening on the rooftop of Th Apollo for an all levels 405 yoga flow with live jamz and a post-class vino! Ticket price includes class ad glass of wine.
1000 Florida Ave NE | 6:45 pm | Tickets
sweet bounty: pairing cheese, wine & honey
Righteous Cheese invites you to an intimate class discovering and savoring raw honeys and seasonal, artificial cheeses. Fromager Carolyn will delve into the story behind each cheese, as well as give advice about selecting, serving, pairing and more. Youll leave class with a full belly and a full brain.
1309 5th St NE | 7 pm | Tickets
friday night concert series: dc jazzfest
The free Capitol Riverfront Friday Night Concert Series brings you its 7th season. Every Friday night this summer, come to Yards Park to relax and enjoy the river view, fantastic bands, food and beverage, and a large variety of great restaurants within a few minutes walk from the park. Family-friendly lyrics and grassy open space make this an enjoyable event for adults and kids alike. This special free concert is part of DC Jazz Fest weekend, featuring Ola Onabule and Lori Williams!
355 Water St SE | 5 pm | Tickets
movie nights in the heights: la la land
Join Columbia Heights Movie Nights in the Heights at the Harriet Tubman field for a special screening of La La Land! In case of rain, wind, or a wet field, the movie will be moved to 3335 Sherman ave NW.
3400 11th St NW | 9 pm
Truckeroo showcases Washington DC's local food trucks, bringing everyone's flavor-ites together. A diverse sampling of foods and flavors are presented at this festival, and there will also be live music and games.
1299 Half St SE | 4 pm
lose yourself to dance ft. dj geena marie & nate geezie
"Lose Yourself To Dance" is a high energy celebration of electronic, dance, funk, house and groove music, crafted by DJ Geena Marie and DJ Nate Geezie with the intent of keeping your head nodding and your feet moving. This is a free 21+ event!
2477 18th St NW | 11 pm
stacey kent live
Stacey Kent is a jazz singer in the mold of the greats, with a legion of fans worldwide, a host of honors and awards including a Grammy nomination, album sales approaching 2 million, Gold, Double-Gold and Platinum-sellingalbums that have reached a series of No. 1 chart positions during the span of her career. Raised and schooled on the east coast of the USA, this comparative literature graduate with a musical bent, traveled to Europe to further her studies.
1073 Wisconsin Ave NW | 8 pm | Tickets
It's that time of year again so patio party time at Colony Club! Come by for drink specials, summer party vibes, food, boba, a great dj set and more.
3118 Georgia Ave NW | 1 pm | Tickets
art soiree - graffiti night
Join us for a Rooftop Graffiti Night as some of DC's most talented emerging and established muralists and local street artists create live original masterpieces under the open skies during this spray-paint showdown + Channel your inner Banksy with a live graffiti installation.
415 New Jersey Ave NW | 8 pm | Tickets
Around the world cultural food festival
Around the World Cultural Food Festival brings together diverse, authentic, living traditions from different countries around the world. The mission is to preserve and strengthen the culture of each country while presenting it ti the public throughout the course of this event and give all the participants a chance to learn from one another and understand the cultural differences and similarities.
2 15th St NW | 11 am | More Info / Tickets
the biggest 90s party ever
90's music, 90's clothes, all 90's everything! Comefor a nostalgic night of vibes and music we all grew up on. 21+!
620 T St NW | 10 pm | Tickets
guided tour of rock creek park
Join Melanie Bradley, the author of A Year in Rock Creek Park, for an early summer nature walk under the tall trees in the Boundary Bridge area of Rock Creek Park. The tour will be from 9:30 to 1:30 and it's suggested attendees bring water or snacks since you'll cover up to two miles at a slow hiking pace.
Boundary Bridge Parking Lot | 9:30 am | More Info / Tickets
family garden day
Family Garden Day is a time for all members of the community and their families to join Washington Youth Garden staff to experience the garden with fun games, crafting activities, garden tours, and everyone's favorite garden veggie tasting. Though free, make sure you register!
3501 New York Ave NE | 10 am | Tickets
puppies and lemonade
Patrick's Pet Care is proud to host an adoption even in conjunction with the Humane Rescue Alliance. Stop by the storefront in the afternoon to meet adoptable pups and sip some lemonade.
3303 11th St NW | 12 pm | More Info
11th annual columbia heights day festival
This one-day street festival is a celebration of the diversity and community of Columbia Heights. Enjoy local food vendors, live music and entertainment from our Main and Bloombar Stages, a beer garden, four group tents full of fun and unique vendors, as well as many unique stand-alone vendor tents scattered throughout the festival. This year on the Harriet Tubman Field we are having a carnival to rival any you’ve been to in the city! Bring your kiddos out for a fun free day of excitement and activities!
11th St & Harriet Tubman Elementary School Field | 11 am | More Info
greetings from adams morgan
Focused on celebrating and highlighting Adams Morgan as a hub for creativity and community, DC Arts Center presents an exhibition of artwork by artists who live, work, or have a studio in Adams Morgan.
2438 18th St NW | 5 pm | More Info
dc jazz fest
Jazz take over DC in June at the DC Jazzfest at the Yards on Capitol Riverfront with Gregory Porter, Black Violin, Youngjoo Song, and more. Enjoy performances; stroll around Yards Park, visit the marketplace with food, drinks, and craft vendors.
355 Water St SE | 2 pm | Tickets
sunset for dancers
Sunset for Dancers is a great opportunity to practice or watch exciting Latin, Brazilian, French Caribbean and African partner dancers. Come learn Kizomba with Octavio Jan, DC's master of Brazilian, Cape Verdean and Angolan connected dance. Our intensive Kizomba workshop this will cover basics, virgula, an intro into saida and work it all into a nice combo.
Georgetown Waterfront Park | 5 pm | Tickets
sip & dip presents: the 90's pool party
Come party like its 1999! Get jiggy on the Liaison Hotel Rooftop playing your favorite hits from NSYNC to the Backstreet Boys. SiP on an adult CapriSun and take a DiP in the pool in your board shorts. Grab your favorite floatie and take your Sunday back. Chill at a cabana while listening to throwback tunes from some of DC's most talented.
415 Mew Jersey Ave NW | 1 pm | Tickets
suns cinema presents: there will be blood
Suns Cinema is a small indie theater in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood. Their move tickets are super inexpensive and they show films from Kids to Pulp Fiction. Enjoy the eclectic atmosphere and full bar this week and catch their presentation of Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will Be Blood.
3107 Mt. Pleasant St NW | 7 pm | Tickets
queer girl movie night: june edition
Celebrate Pride month with The Black Cat while they show one of their favorite films in queer history. All ages. No jerks.
1811 14th St NW | 7:30 pm | More Info
kinda may han
She was a James Morrison Scholarship Finalist in 2003 and in 2004 was an IAJE Sister in Jazz and received the ASCAP Young Jazz Composer’s award in 2008. She also received an honorary mention at the 2009 Thelonious Monk Bass Competition and received the 2010 Bell Award for Young Australian Artist of the Year. In 2010 she was nominated for the Jazz Journalist’s Awards for Up and Coming Artist of the Year, and received the award of No. 1 Acoustic Bass Rising Star in the Downbeat Critic’s Poll. This same year she received 2nd place at the BASS2010 Competition in Berlin. See her live at one of DC's most popular jazz clubs.
1073 Wisconsin Ave NW | 8 pm | Tickets
spotlight on design: michael green
Vancouver-based designer Michael Green presents innovations in cross laminated timber construction, including his firm’s seven story T3 building, which is featured in the exhibition Timber City. Principal of Michael Green Architecture and a TED talk alum, Green is a longtime advocate for mass timber construction. This program complements the exhibition Timber City, which will be open prior to the talk.
401 F St NW | 6:30 pm | Tickets
film and beer - a night at karlstejn
This marks the 6th year of the Film and Beer Series at Bistro Bohem. This year, the series focuses on Czech musicals and comedians of the 20th century. All films will screen in Czech with English subtitles. Each screening includes one free beer as well as an introduction by a representative from the Czech Embassy.
600 Florida Ave NW | 7 pm | More Info
kitchen 101: pasta making
Join Chef Wendi James for Handmade Pasta Making. From scratch, you'll create fettuccine and cheese ravioli and enjoy them with a tomato basil sauce and garlic Parmesan sauce.
921 Pennsylvania Ave SE | 6:30 pm | Tickets
brig beer garden & devils backbone food and beer experience
The Brig is transporting you to Germany for Gemeinschaft (or "community" in German) and Draft! This evening celebrates family, friends, and neighbors with great beer, traditional food and live music.
1007 8th St SE | 6:30 pm | Tickets / More Info
rent 20th anniversary tour
In 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway...and forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson’s RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world. And now, this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award® winning masterpiece returns to the stage in a vibrant 20th anniversary touring production. A re-imagining of Puccini's La Bohème, RENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. With its inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless celebration of friendship and creativity reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters — love.
1321 Pennsylvania Ave NW | 7:30 pm | Tickets / More Info
sweet dreams are made of cheese
Join OneTable and ViaUmbira in Georgetown for a nosh:pitality that will teach you how to make the greatest cheese boards so your dinner apps can be the GOAT. They'll supply queso, vino, and a light dinner. You'll get a board of cheese to take home and lots of cheese knowledge.
1525 Wisconsin Ave NW | 6:40 pm | Tickets
adams morgan outdoor movie nights: grease
Adams Morgan brings you outdoor movies every summer at Walter Pierce Park! This week come hang and watch Grease.
Walter Pierce Park | 8:30 pm | More Info
gates w/ vasudeva and head norh
Gates is a five-piece American post rock band
post animal live at the black cat
1811 14th St NW | 7:30 | More Info