Washington DC Events

(For a list of annual events in Washington DC, visit our Annual Events Page)

November 2014 Programs at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Smithsonian American Art Museum

November 2014 Programs at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington DC Programs are free and open to the public unless ticket information is noted. Art Talks and Activities Art + Coffee with Katie McLain Saturday, November 1, 2014, 1:30 – 3:30pm Smithsonian American Art Museum, Meet in F Street Lobby Join the Smithsonian American Art Museum, […]

2014-15 Season at the Arena Stage

The Shoplifters Arena Stage

The Shoplifters World-premiere comedy Written and Directed by Morris Panych Featuring Jayne Houdyshell as Alma Previews begin: September 5, 2014 Closing night: October 19, 2014 In the Kreeger Theater Meet Alma — a career shoplifter who prefers the “five-finger discount” over some lousy senior citizen deal. When her life of petty crime is halted by […]

November 2014 Events at the National Building Museum

November 2014 Events and Exhibits at the National Building Museum in Washington DC Plan your November visit to the National Building Museum in Washington DC and check out the following events: Family Tuesday, November 4, 10 am–Noon Book of the Month: Digger Dozer Dumper by Hope Vestergaard Readings at 10:30 and 11:30 am. Free with […]

Special Events and Seasonal Tours this Fall at Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon, the home of George Washington, has special events this Fall for the whole family! Learn how to play cricket with our 18th-century cricket expert during the Colonial Market & Fair, September 20-21. Then in October, take the kids for a spooktacular evening of fun at Mount Vernon’s first ever Trick-or-Treat event! In October and November, go behind-the-scenes […]

2014 Events at the Arthur M. Sackler and Freer Galleries of Art

Exhibitions Style in Chinese Landscape Painting: The Song Legacy through October 26, 2014 Freer Gallery of Art Landscape painting is one of the outstanding achievements of Chinese culture. While the tradition has a long history reaching back to the third century, it was during the roughly four hundred-year period from the Five Dynasties (907–960) to […]