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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Hill Play Groups in Danger of Being Shut Down

Last month, the Office of State Superintendent of Education (OSSE) informed Capitol Hill Cooperative Play School (CHCPS), a parent-run playgroup for 2-year-olds, that they...

Angle for Family Fun at DOEE Casting Call

Looking for family fun that's off the hook? Head to the Family and Youth Casting Call (FYCC) June 1! FYCC is a free annual event...

Escape from Peligro Island

Callaway Brown--an unlikely young hero--has been stranded on a desert island, and it’s up to the audience to decide what happens next! In this...

Choose Your Adventure: Sleepover at the Smithsonians

Does Henry, the elephant in the foyer of the National Museum of Natural History, come alive when the museum is closed for the night?...

NSO Spooktacular Concert

On Oct. 28, 2 and 4 PM, creep into the Kennedy Center Concert Hall for costumed classics at this frightfully fun concert featuring ghoulishly...

DC’s LGBTQ Youth Invasion 

The GenOUT Chorus’s second annual Youth Invasion concert will feature songs that inspire and celebrate LGBTQ pride. Soloists and small ensembles will be interspersed...

Register for Earth Conservation Corps Eco-Camp

The Earth Conservation Corps has announced that registration for their 2019 Eco-Camp is now open. With over 26 years of environmental education experience on...

The Advantages of Single-Gender Schools

Single-gender education, the teaching of male or female students in separate classes or schools, was common in the United States until the twentieth century....

“WOW!” – Brent’s “Wonderful, Original Work”

At Brent ES (301 North Carolina Ave. SE), art teacher Sara Gibson uses a choice-based approach to education. Students are regarded as artists and...

Fish Fry at St. Peter’s

On March 22, 5 to 8 p.m., enjoy a traditional fish fry to support Boy Scout Troop 380 in St. Peter’s Church Hall. To-go...