Sunday, July 29, 2012

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: Five more Free and low-cost events to choose from!

More Free and low-cost events to choose from tonight!  Highlights from The Current newspaper

Friday, March 15th

Film Screening of "The Life of Pi" - Dupont Circle
Screening of "The Life of Pi" at the Woman's National Democratic Club in Dupont Circle
7:00pm film screening, bar on site opens at 6:00pm
$5 for the film only, $15 if you want to see the film and have a light dinner
Woman's National Democratic Club
1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW
Metro: Dupont Circle

Korean Film Festival Film Screening - Freer Gallery
Screening of "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance" as part of the 2013 Korean Film Festival at the Freer
Film: A hearing-impaired factory worker becomes involved in illegal organ-trafficking
Free Gallery, Meyer auditorium
12th & Jefferson Dr, SW
Metro: Smithsonian

Hip-Hop Showcase - Georgetown University
Fourth Annual Showcase of Georgetown University's Co-ed Hip-Hop Team, Groove Theory
$10/ $7
Georgetown University, Gaston Hall
37th & O St, NW
Metro: Dupont and take the free GUTS bus to campus from Mass Ave at 20th

Film Screening + Panel + Music - near AU
Screening of "Bidder 70" with Panel and Performance as part of the Environmental Film Festival
by donation, $7 suggested
Film: One man's act of civil disobedience to protest climate change and the movement he inspired.
Panel with the directors and performance by musical guest Magpie
St Columba's Episcopal Church
4210 Albemarle St, NW
Metro: Tenleytown - AU

Live Music - Library of Congress
The U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own" will perform selections from the Great American Songbook
Free, tickets required, show up early to see if you can get in
Library of Congress, Jefferson Building
10 1st St, SE
Metro: Capitol South

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