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Sunday, April 18, 2021

Deanwood Details, Dinosaurs and Discussion

“Wonderment. You can't buy that,” says Dawn Fox, library associate with DC Public Library (DCPL). The special displays Fox creates for Deanwood Neighborhood Library,...

The Numbers

Schools may get the biggest share of DC’s local revenues, but that doesn’t mean they get enough. A closer look shows that the education...

The Snowy Day

This beautiful show follows the character of Peter and his friend Archie around the neighborhood in four of Ezra Jack Keats’ beloved tales, “The...

Theater J Announces Yiddish Theater Lab

Theater J, the nation’s largest and most prominent Jewish theater, has launched Yiddish Theater Lab. This program is dedicated to preserving and reviving the...

The Big Meow

Little Cat is an ever-hopeful fluff ball who desperately wants to belong to the band of neighborhood cats. The Big Meow is a story...

Symphonic Dancing

On Jan. 26, at 3:30 and 5:30 p.m., at the Atlas, this fun, interactive family concert explores the expressive, dance-like melodies of William Grant...

Constitution Day

On September 17, 1787, after much debate and compromise, delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia signed The Constitution. Today, the document lives in...

How to Choose a Summer Camp

Summer camp is a time to build memories – a place for kids to wile away the summer hours but also a time to...

How Low Should I Fly My Helicopter

Modern parenting gets more complicated every day. Keeping tabs on your child physically is no longer enough; you also need to know where they...

Should Your Child Go to Specialty Camp?

If you attended camp as a kid, you might have memories of canoeing, roasting marshmallows over open fires, archery lessons, crafting and overnights in...