WISH Newsletter: Things to Do | March

By Woody Wilson| March 9, 2015

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WISH Newsletter: Things to Do in March

Howie Day performs at The Hamilton, March 6, 8:30pm
Check out this talented young singer perform for one night only in D.C.!
Tickets: $18-$24
McPherson Square Metro

Steinway Series: United States Air Force Band, March 8, 3pm
The United States Air Force band explores the quartets of Felix Mendelssohn and Johannes Brahms.
Free
Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro

National Gallery of Art Jack String Quartet Concert, March 8, 2:00pm
Jack String Quartet with music by Ashley Reynolds and other composers.
Free
Archives Metro

D.C. Rock and Roll Marathon, March 14, 7:30am
This annual D.C. staple is a fun way to get exercise and help your favorite charity.
Registration Required
Federal Triangle Metro

St. Patrick’s Day Parade, March 15, 12 noon
The 44th Annual St. Patrick’s Parade of Washington D.C. celebrates Irish culture in the District.
Free
Federal Triangle Metro

National Gallery of Art Concert, March 15, 3:30pm
Gabriela Diav, Violinist and Eric Huebner, Pianist perform music by Copland, Ives, and Ung.
Free
Archives Metro at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden

WISH Game Night, March 17th, 6:00 pm
St. Patrick’s Day Game Night
RSVP to interns@internsdc.com
WISH Classroom on Capitol Hill

Flying Feed and Fiddle Bows: An Irish Celebration, March 17, 10:15am
Acclaimed dancer Shannon Dunne and Pete Moss throw an authentic Irish “ceili” party. Learn about Irish musical traditions and set dancing.
Tickets: $8
Federal Triangle Metro

The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute, March 18, 11:30- 1:00pm
Join CHLI in their presentation of “How Personal is Your Medicine? How to Improve Clinical Trials and Better Latino Health at the Rayburn Office Building.
Union Station Metro
Free, RSVP required

Ships, Clocks, & Stars: The Quest for Longitude , Opening March 19th
This historical exhibit features historical memorabilia and celebrates the 300th anniversary of the British Longitude Act, which offered a huge reward for any practical way to determine longitude at sea. This problem was so difficult it took five decades to solve!
Free
Capitol South Metro

66th American Music Festival: Personal Visions, March 22nd at 6:30pm
This small music festival celebrates music conceived from a diverse and dynamic set of musicians and seeks to demonstrate the ways in which personal views affect an individual’s music.
Free
Archives Metro

WISH Professional Development Event, March 25, 6:00pm
Jody Thomas, Executive Director, National Foundation for Women Legislators
RSVP to interns@internsdc.com
WISH Classroom on Capitol Hill

Public Health Graduate School Fair, March 25 at 4:00pm
Join representatives from over 30 schools and programs of public health to learn about graduate school opportunities.
Free but registration is required
Dupont Circle Metro

ArtJamz: Cherryblossoms, March 26th at 7:00pm
Enjoy a free guided painting session with D.C.’s ArtJamz after a tour of the Freer Gallery of Art. Advanced registration is required.
Free
Smithsonian Metro

 

 

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