Monday, April 15, 2013

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: Three more Free events to choose from on TUES, April 15th - Thanks to Gravy local events app and website!

Did you know? You can find lots more local events online on the new local events site, Gravy + if you have an iPhone or Android, I recommend downloading the free Gravy app!
Some cool things that make Gravy unique:
  • You can save events + select to save them saved directly on to your calendar on your iPhone! 
  • You can search by what you are in the mood for! Whatever, Lively, Classy, Brainy; Playtime
  • You can also search by Currently Trending Events
  • Channels: My favorite channel of course is the Free & Discounted one! Others include Live Music, Happy Hours, Family Friendly, Around the Corner and more - connecting you with specific types of things going on around you. You can find the Channels in your MyStuff section. 
The Gravy app is totally Free, which of course we all love, and you can download it here now!

Select Free events found on Gravy listed below! Click "Learn More" on each post for more details!

Tuesday, April 15th
6:00pm - 8:00pm
please click on link for details
Lost Society
2001 14th Street NW
Metro: U St or take the Circulator bus, Woodley-McPherson line, or any metro bus to 14th & U St

Cleaning the Heart: Letting Go of the Burden of Past Resentments at the Meditation Museum 
6:30pm - 8:00pm
RSVP requested 
"Although we may recognize that resentments of the past are a burden that we need to let go of, we still find it very challenging to clean the heart of these negative feelings. Join us for this special experiential workshop as we explore practical methods to forgive past hurts, both large and small, and claim the freedom to make new choices about how we deal with things in the future."
Meditation Museum
8236 Georgia Ave
Metro: Silver Spring or take a bus along Georgia Ave or to the Metro station and walk

"Soul of the City" Grant Workshop #1 Humanities Council of Washington, DC
6:30pm - 7:30pm
The Humanities Council will offer three grants for youth-serving (approx. ages 14-19) humanities programs based on our successful Soul of the City program. For almost a decade, Soul of the City has encouraged young Washingtonians to use the humanities disciplines to strengthen their leadership skills, and to view their city, their country, and their world in exciting and enriching new ways. We will award $10,000 to each successful applicant.
Humanities Council of Washington, DC
925 U St NW
Metro: U St - African American War Memorial exit

The Gravy app is totally Free, and you can download it here!

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