Sunday, January 12, 2014

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: More Free and low-cost events to choose from on MON, Jan 12

Monday, January 12
7:00pm - 9:30pm
Opera on Tap returns to Vendetta in 2015
bringing some of opera's hottest hits! Happy Hour is from 5pm-8pm, show 7pm. Performers: David E. Chavez, Shaina Kuhn, Cynthia Ballentine, Carla Rountree, Emily Riley, Simon Charette, Rachel Sitomer and Dane Suarez.
1212 H St NE
Metro: Nearest Metro is Union Station, you can uber (get $20 off your first ride with promo code FREEINDC14) or taxi from there or you can take the X2 bus from anywhere along H St, catch it from Gallery Pl Metro at 7th St NW, or take any of the 90 line buses that run along 8th St NE to H St NE and walk a few block. See metro trip-planner for best bus access.

Three Week Zohar Class - January 2015 in Adams Morgan
Hosted by Kabbalah Centre Washington, DC.
Open to all, you don't need to be Jewish to attend.
$30 for 3 Weeks, Monday nights - breaks down to $10 a class
"Start your week off strong by joining us every Monday for insights into the energy of the upcoming week. Participate in practical workshops, experience consciousness expanding meditations, and study spiritual wisdom that gives you real-life advantages. All classes are based on key wisdom contained in The Zohar, the ancient kabbalistic text that decodes the Torah's hidden meanings, allowing you to understand the spiritual significance of its messages. Quite simply, the Zohar is a manual for the days and weeks of your life. It helps you understand the laws of the universe so you can live in harmony with them – all for the purpose of finding fulfillment and seizing the opportunities before you on any given day." 
Life Asset
2448 Columbia Rd NW
Metro: Woodley Park and take the Circulator bus one stop to Adams Mill or walk, or take the 42 or 43 bus from downtown, Connecticut Ave or Dupont Circle to 18th & Columbia 

An Evening of Humorous Readings at Kramerbooks
8:00pm - 9:30pm
Kramerbooks in Dupont Circle hosts DC's first ever Evening of Humorous Readings, a chance for DC's funniest authors to read their best work (think McSweeney's or Shouts and Murmurs). Hosted by Brian Agler (McSweeney's, Splitsider, Funny or Die) Guests: Alexandra Petri (Washington Post, "A Field Guide to Awkward Silences") Sean Carman (McSweeney's, the Rumpus, 826DC) Sarah Schmelling (McSweeney's, New York Times, Slate)"
1517 Connecticut Ave NW
Metro: Dupont Circle, Q St NW

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