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Indigenous Soul ~ Healing Art and Herbal Medicine ShowIndigenous Soul ~ Healing Art and Herbal Medicine Show at the Electric Maid
12:00pm - 5:00pm
Featuring live music and works by local artists. Learn more about local crafts and local, organically grown herbs and plants. Plus: Shamanic Art Works, Herbal Soap, Earthen Jewelry, Bat Boxes, Dried Herbs, Live Plants, Herbal Products, Intuitive Readings, Seated Massage, Henna Tattoos and more.
The Electric Maid
268 Carroll St NW
Metro: Takoma, about a half-block from metro
FREE Comedy Orientation Workshop with 'The Fat Doctor'
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Please arrive a little before 1:00pm
"If you ever wondered what it's like to learn from D.C.'s comedy legend 'The Fat Doctor'... this is your chance. As a part of the Free DC Comedy Festival, he will offer his 'New Member Comedy Workshop at no cost." If you want to stick around for the full workshop starting at 2:00pm, there is a $25 fee.
Judys Bar & Restaurant
2212 14th St NW - between W St & Florida Ave
Metro: U St and walk or take a bus along 14th St to Florida
7:00pm - 9:00pm
by donation, proceeds benefits girls from Kolkata, India who are rescued from sex trafficking through the help of Gita Works
Gita's Dream ॐ Kirtan brings these sacred sanskrit mantras to you to help you connect, heal and love from a deeper place. All ages, all welcome. Mantra sheets provided. In 2015 this event will happen monthly!
Yoga in Daily Life™ USA - Alexandria, VA
Metro: Braddock Rd or King St and take a bus, see metro trip-planner for best bus access
"Many people know Sarah Browning as a spirited activist & advocate for poetry. At this reading, we'll hear Sarah read her own powerful & provocative poetry. Join us!"
"Sarah Browning is Executive Director of Split This Rock: Poetry of Provocation & Witness. Author of Whiskey in the Garden of Eden and co-editor of D.C. Poets Against the War, she is an associate fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies and co-host of Sunday Kind of Love at Busboys and Poets in Washington, DC. With Don Share, she edited a special Split This Rock issue of POETRY magazine in March, 2014. Browning has received fellowships from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanitiesand the Creative Communities Initiative and is winner of the People Before Profits Poetry Prize. She was a finalist for the Levis Prize from Four Way Books and the Autumn House Press Prize."