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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Did you know?

Are you in the D.C. metro area?  Did you know that the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts has free events every night at 6PM?  You don't even need tickets!  I was there just a few nights ago and loved it.  It felt very fancy and formal--- the high ceilings decorated with beautiful chandeliers and deep red velvety carpets--- I couldn't believe it was free.  Each night there is a unique show, ranging from classical symphonies, urban dancing, jazz music, to U.S. Army band performances.  As snacks and beverages are also for sale, it could be a fun place to meet friends after work and stay warm in this cold, cold weather.  If you would like a list of the performances and dates check out the Kennedy Center's website here.

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