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October 2018

A Revolution in Arms at the Anderson House

October 11, 2018 - March 14, 2019

A Revolution in Arms is a new exhibition at The Society of the Cincinnati Anderson House in Washington, DC. It will look at the various muskets, swords, rifles, and different weapons used by the undersupplied American troops during the Revolutionary War. The country wasn’t well equipped with weapons manufacturers during the war, and the U.S. army famously fought the well-stocked British army with makeshift weapons and hunting gear brought from home. This makes for a fascinating exhibit study this fall…

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Kids EuroFest at European Embassies

October 20 - November 4

Embarking on its 11th year, the Kids Euro Festival is one of the biggest performing arts festivals for children in the country. Every year, the event brings together Europe’s most celebrated children’s entertainers for two weeks of free performances, concerts, workshops, film screenings, puppet shows, dance performances, magic, storytelling, and more. Programs serve the general public as well as specific school programs, bringing the entertainment to over 10,000 kids each year. Book here to stay with the St. Gregory Hotel…

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SF Ballet in DC

October 23 - December 28

When its own Repertory Season closes, the world-famous San Francisco Ballet takes its show on the road to the most prestigious venues in the world. This year, the company will stop in Napa Valley, Stern Grove, New York City, and here in Washington, DC. There will be two programs, one featuring McIntyre’s Your Flesh Shall Be A Great Poem, Wheeldon’s Bound To, and Dawson’s Anima Animus. The second program will feature Liang’s The Infinite Ocean, Marston’s Snowblind, and Peck’s Hurry…

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Half-Price Wine Tuesdays

October 23 @ 11:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Tuesday, repeating until October 31, 2018

Tredici Enoteca, 2033 M St NW
Washington,DC20036United States
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Tuesday is our new favorite day of the week at Tredici Enoteca with half-price bottles of wine. Enjoy a bottle of wine at half-off or waived corkage fees from 11am to 10pm in the restaurant and bar. Tredici Enoteca has a highly-selective wine list with over 30 bottles featuring wines from California, Italy, Argentina, Chile and France.  

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Whiskey and Cigar on table

Whiskey Wednesdays

October 24 @ 11:00 am
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An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Wednesday, repeating until October 31, 2018

Cigar lovers will love Wednesday nights at Tredici Enoteca. Order a whiskey flight and receive a complimentary cigar to enjoy on our patio. Curated whiskey flights feature three 1 oz. pours including some of our favorites like Knob Creek Rye, Sagamore Spirit Rye & High West Rye; 4 Roses Bourbon, Straight Edge Bourbon & Elijah Craig Bourbon; Glenlivet Whiskey 12-Year, 15-Year &18-Year as well as Glenmorangie Whiskey, Glenfiddich 12-Year Whiskey & Laphroaig 10-Year Whiskey. Whiskey flights are $30 and can…

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November 2018

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer Opens At The Hirshorn

November 1, 2018 - April 28, 2019

Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Pulse series will be the fantastic Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s largest interactive technology exhibition to date. Taking over the entire second floor of the museum, the immersive piece will use heart-rate sensors to create audiovisual experiences inspired by the visitor’s own heart rate. An exceptionally imaginative, and at at the same time, hard-to-imagine concept is highly anticipated, and we couldn’t be more excited to see what’s in store. Book here to stay with the St. Gregory Hotel…

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Eye to I Exhibition Opens at National Portrait Gallery

November 4

Pulling from the National Portrait Gallery’s large collection of self-portraits from acclaimed artists around the world, this exhibition looks at the strange challenging form. The artists featured have approached self-portraiture at different times throughout history, using different tools, providing a unique landscape to reflect on what it means to see one’s self. A philosophically-heavy concept, the range of artwork that will be on display with this new collection will be absolutely fascinating. It must be, since the Smithsonian has committed…

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Les Delices at Dumbarton Oaks

November 4

Les Delices a program presenting the Age of Indulgence—a period instrument ensemble group playing experimental French rococo works. For those unfamiliar, these sounds and harmonies are the products of works from the 1740’s and 50’s in France, and the show comes to life with oboe, strings, and harpsichord. The show will take place in the music room at Dumbarton Oaks, which is a breathtaking historic estate located in Georgetown. The vast library and garden will provide a romantic backdrop for…

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NSO Pops: Disney’s The Nutcracker

November 23 - November 25

Bring the whole family to Washington, DC’s world-famous performing arts venue for a screening of Disney’s highly anticipated new feature film this November. This animated rendition of The Nutcracker and the Four Realms will be screened with a live orchestra performing an amazing Tchaikovsky-inspired score. The multimedia approach will make it an exciting event for children and grown ups, especially with the music being performed by the National Symphony Orchestra. Book here to stay with the St. Gregory Hotel this…

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December 2018

The 2018 National Christmas Tree Lighting

December 1

Every year, Washington, DC is home to one of the most celebrated and widely-viewed Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies in the world. Typically taking place in late November, the post-Thanksgiving ceremony rings in the holiday season with a grand display in front of the White House and a large crowd of locals and travelers. Much of the world tunes into the Hallmark Channel to watch the event unfold with its live music and entertainment, but you can see it live when…

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