Events below all take place this Sunday and are organized by start time
**Call for Owners of Black Cars and Red Cars to Join Dutch Artist**
"I LOVE DC " Project will take place at New York Ave & 5th St NW
12:00pm - 3:00pm
On Sunday, February 10th, the renown Dutch artist Erik Van Loon is planning to take a photo of 175 red and 50 black carsat the parking lot at New York Ave and 5th St NW for an I LOVE DC photo and he needs car owners too come out to help him acheive his vision! If you have a Red or Black car and "you want to get the car and yourself immortalized with 225 others" then you are more then welcome to join in. Learn more about Erik on the I Love DC project here!
Parking lot at New York Ave & 5th St NW
Metro: Convention Center
2:30pm - 4:30pm
Authors Sasha Gong and Scott Seligman will discuss their book, The Cultural Revolution Cookbook Bethesda Chevy Chase Regional Services Center
4805 Edgemoor Road
Metro: Bethesda, Plaza Level
The United States Air Force Band Guest Artist Series Concert!
The United States Air Force Band will feature international merengue star Melina León and Grammy Award winning NEA Jazz Master Paquito D'Rivera at a free concert this Sunday at D.A.R. Constitution Hall! DAR Constitution Hall
18th and D Streets, NW
Metro: Farragut West or Farragut North and walk about 12 minutes or so south on 18th St to D St
|Work by Shanthi Chandrasekar|
see event above for address and directions
Cupid Ain't @#$%! Anti-Valentine's Day Poetry Event
"Nothing to do this Valentine's Day Season? Well, come laugh, cry and be bitter with the Cupid poets! In it's 5th year, Cupid Ain't @#$%!: An Anti-Valentine's Day Poetry Movement is a nationwide traveling show of queer and ally performers bringing a raunchy political flair to the Valentine's Day season. This year, the list of talented performers includes: def jam poet Regie Cabico, Saida Agostini, J Mase III, Safi and more!"
Black Fox Lounge
1723 Connecticut Avenue NW
Metro: Dupont Circle
Vicus Visser: Singing the Dream for South Africa
5:00pm - 6:30pm
Free, however tickets must be reserved
Reserve your ticket through the WPAS Ticket Services at (202) 785-9727
"In 2010, a YouTube video of a ten-year-old boy, singing "These Arms” by All-4-One, appeared on the Internet. Hundreds of thousands of people viewed the video with predictions that he would become the next Michael Jackson. Rumor had it that the boy, known only as Vicus, was from Africa's Eastern Cape. And so began an extensive search, with international record executives heading to South Africa in pursuit of this extraordinary boy. Now 19, Vicus Visser recently completed high school in Johannesburg and is pursuing a music career alongside his brother, Vincent. Don't miss the U.S. debut of this amazing young artist as he takes the world by storm."
The Kennedy Center
2700 F St, NW
Metro: Foggy Bottom and take the free Kennedy Center Shuttle