Monday, November 11, 2013

PAST: HIGHLIGHTS: Free events from on Veterans Day, TUES, Nov 11th

Here are some more great free arts and culture events from! This site is a fantastic resource for events provided by CultureCapital (formerly known as the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington) a wonderful organization that supports and highlights the DC metro area's vibrant and diverse arts community! See the "Free in DC" Inside Out page on for a list of exhibits on view! Plus, is now on facebook.

Tuesday, November 11

Daytime - Honoring Veteran's at Tudor Place - Georgetown
10:00am - 3:00pm
*In honor of Veteran's Day and Military Families Month, house and garden tours are free for all retired and active-duty service members and their families.*  
Join any tour, offered hourly from 10:00am - 3:00pm
From the War of 1812 through World War II, Peter family members served in our nation's armed forces. Their memories and artifacts are part of the Tudor Place story. In recognition of the sacrifices and triumphs of all who serve, Veteran’s Day tours will highlight these stories of families at war and on the home front.
Tudor Place Historic House and Garden
1644 31st Street, NW
Upper Georgetown, between Q & R St
Metro: Accessible by Circulator bus or metro bus from Dupont Circle, Farragut North, Farragut West and Foggy Bottom. See metro trip-planner for best bus access.

Evening - PEN/Faulkner Literary Reading at the Hill Center - Eastern Market
Maureen Corrigan & Jackson Bryer
Presented by PEN/Faulkner at the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital
The next installment of the Hill Center & PEN/Faulkner Literary Reading Series features writer and NPR book critic Maureen Corrigan discussing her new book, So We Read On, with F. Scott Fitzgerald scholar and PEN/Faulkner board member Jackson Bryer.
Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital
921 Pennsylvania Ave, SE
Metro: Eastern Market

Evening - Workshop Performance & Reception at the Austrian Embassy - Van Ness
Don Juan Comes Back from the War, by Odon von Horvath
Special Workshop Performance & Reception with SCENA Theatre at the Austrian Embassy
Note: Adult Themes & Sexual Situations
See a startling tale of passion and isolation in the aftermath of World War I. A shell-shocked and weary Don Juan returns to an equally damaged Berlin, Germany... Don't miss this special Austrian cultural event featuring one of the most fascinating and provocative characters in literature.
Embassy of Austria
3524 International Court, NW
Metro: Van Ness - UDC

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