Things to Do in March Part 2!

By Hillary Kawahara| March 17, 2017

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Things to Do in March Part 2!

– Upcoming WISH Events –

Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow! – Monday, March 20 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Want to improve your dance moves? Join WISH for a night of salsa dancing at Café Citron! Mingle at 6:00 pm, salsa dancing class starts at 7:00pm. Food is available first come, first served. Spots are limited! RSVP to
media@internsdc.com. 21+ Event
Metro: Take Red line from Union Station to Dupont Circle Station and walk about 2 minutes.
Free

Picture Day! – Friday, March 24 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Aspire to be a model? WISH is requesting 10 models Friday, March 24 from 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm to strut their stuff around the Capitol Hill area. Some models will be asked to wear a WISH T-shirt and others business attire. Meet at 237 Massachusetts Ave NE. RSVP to
events@internsdc.com.
Free

GWU Lecture on President and Congress Challenges – Tuesday, March 28 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join WISH and George Washington University for an intellectual lecture on the challenges Donald Trump imposes onto Congress as president. The lecture is lead by Dr. Steven Billet, Director of Master’s in Legislative Affairs at GWU. Food available first come, first served. RSVP to
media@internsdc.com.
Free

– See What’s Happening Around D.C. – 

Tour of the Islamic Center – Saturday, March 18 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Curious about visiting the most widely known mosque in Washington, DC? Now you can take a behind the scenes tour!
Directions: From WISH office, continue on Massachusetts Ave NE.
$20

Clover Beer Fest – Saturday, March 18 1:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day weekend with Irish beers and ciders! You must be 21+ to attend.
Metro: Take Red line from Union Station to Gallery Place Chinatown, then take Green Line to Navy Yard Metro Station and walk about 3 minutes.
$29 – $49

Taste on Wheels – Sunday, March 19 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Join DC’s largest outdoor brunch! This Sunday’s theme is “Green Eggs and Kegs” for St.Patrick’s Day weekend. The event is for all ages, 21+ to purchase adult beverages.
Metro: Take Red line from Union Station to Gallery Place Chinatown, then take Green Line to Navy Yard Metro Station and walk about 3 minutes.
$5 – $30

Fearless Project: Exhibition and Photography Series – Ends March 19 10:00 am – building closing time
See Jeff Sheng’s wonderful photographic artworks at the John F. Kennedy Center before it ends!
Metro: Take Red line from Union Station to Metro Center Station, then take Blue line to Foggy Bottom-GWU Station and walk about 9 minutes.
Free

Cherry Blossom Festival Opening Ceremony – Saturday, March 25 5:00 pm 6:30 pm
Kick off the start of cherry blossom season with the opening ceremony and watch awesome performers!
Metro: Take Red line from Union Station to Metro Center and walk about 1 minute.
Advanced ticketing required, $5 claim fee

Cherry Blossom Weekend Kickoff Cruise on Potomac – Sunday, March 26 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Enjoy a cruise on the Potomac river and have a wonderful view of the cherry blossoms!
Metro: Take Red line from Union Station to Metro Center, then get on Orange line to Foggy Bottom Station and walk about 15 minutes.
$25 (prices subject to increase)

Shift Festival – Monday, March 27 through Saturday, April 1 show times start at 8:00 pm
Four orchestras joined together from across the country will perform at the Kennedy Center!
Metro: Take Red line from Union Station to Metro Center Station, then take Blue line to Foggy Bottom-GWU Station and walk about 9 minutes.
$25

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