Things to Do in February Part 1

By Hillary Kawahara| February 1, 2017

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THINGS TO DO IN FEBRUARY PART 1!

– Upcoming WISH Events –

Career Night: From Internship to Employment – Wednesday, Feb 8 6:00pm-8:00pm
Come hear the tips and tricks from our panelists! Learn how to snag a full time job! Make sure to RSVP to media@internsdc.com.
Wish Ballroom
Free

Valentine’s Day Social – Tuesday, Feb 14 6:00pm-8:00pm
Join WISH at 201 Bar for a Valentine’s Day Social. Food will be provided on a first come first serve basis and drinks are available for purchase. 18+ are welcome and 21+ to drink. Make sure to RSVP to media@internsdc.com.
201 Bar
Free

– See What’s Happening Around D.C. –

Kennedy Center Chinese New Year Celebration – Saturday, Feb 4 10:30am-4:00pm
It is the year of the Rooster! Celebrate with a ton of fun activities and enjoy performances by acrobats!
Metro: Take the Red line from Union Station to Metro Center, then get on the Blue line to Foggy Bottom-GWU Station and then walk about 8 minutes.
Free

2017 Washington Auto Show – Ends Sunday, Feb 5, show times vary each day
Experience the future of automobiles, see over 600 new cars, maybe even test drive a car!
Metro: Take the Red line from Union Station to Gallery Place Chinatown, and then walk about 8 minutes.
$12 for Adults

Improv Wars by Laugh Index Theatre – Monday, Feb 6 8:00pm-9:30pm
Prepare for anything while improve teams compete! The audience gets to vote for the winner!
Bus: From Tenleytown Station, get off at 18th St NW & Belmont Rd NW and walk about 2 minutes.
$10 online, $15 at the door

“Mack, Beth” Show – Ends February 11, show times vary
Enjoy a twist of Shakespeare’s Macbeth with this modern play! Make sure to arrive early, no late entry allowed.
Metro: Take the Red line from Union Station to Dupont Circle and then walk about 6 minutes.
Ticket prices range from $35-$45

Signum Quartet – Sunday, Feb 12 4:00pm-5:30pm
Immerse yourself in your creative side by listening to the Signum Quartet at the Phillips Collection!
Metro: Take the Red line from Union Station to Dupont Circle and then walk about 3 minutes.
$20 with a valid Student ID

Ice-skating at the National Gallery of Art – Now through March, skating times vary
Get outside and enjoy the cool weather with ice-skating! Enjoy contemporary sculptures as you skate!
Metro: Take the Red line from Union station to Judiciary Square Metro Station and walk about 9 minutes.
$7.50 with valid student ID, $3 to rent skates (ID required)

Self-guided Tour at the Tudor Place – Throughout February, tour times vary
Explore the romantic gardens of the Tudor Place, or just relax and unwind with nature! Look out for the announcements on the website, because there is reduced admission in February!
Metro: Take the Red line from Union Station to Dupont Circle and walk about 20 minutes.
$3 with valid student ID

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