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 2017 Race 4 Respect

Date: June 3, 2017

Time: 9:00am


13th & Pennsylvania Avenue North West,
Washington, DC 20001

The starting line is on 13th & Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, DC.
Virtual Runners to post on social media ALL DAY!
7:00 am – ONSITE registration opens.
8:15 am – Opening Ceremonies begin
8:30 am ON SITE registration closes. No exceptions
8:45 am – Pre-race warm up
8:50 am – Call to starting line
8:57 am – National Anthem
9:00 am – 5K Race begins
9:45 am – 1K Kids Dash Begins
10:00 am Awards
10: 50 am – All runners moved to sidewalks
11: 00 am – All runners must be OFF race course. Streets are re-opened.

Moving Day

 ate: June 3, 2017


17th and Constitution Avenue, NorthWest
Washington, DC 20006

Moving Day® is the National Parkinson Foundation’s annual fundraising walk/run event. It is a fun and inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities both large and small in the fight against Parkinson’s disease. This celebration of movement will feature a family friendly walk course, a kids area, a caregivers relaxation tent and a special Movement Pavilion featuring yoga, dance, Tai Chi, Pilates, etc. all proven to help manage the symptoms of PD.
It will be ‘A day to move, a day to move others, a day that moves YOU!’
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Have You Taken Control of Your Health Today?

Date: June 3, 2017

Time: All Day


3335 Sherman Ave
Washington, DC 20010

Life Line Screening will be at the Salvation Army on Saturday, April 8th offering, safe, painless, non-invasive preventive health screenings that are typically not part of a routine physical.  Screening choices include Stroke risk, Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), Atrial Fibrillation and Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. At some locations, blood work is offered to detect Diabetes, COPD, Cholesterol and more.

To be more proactive about your health, register for these potentially life-saving tests today. Appointments are limited and pre-registration is required, so please sign up now by calling 1-888-653-6450 or visit Life Line Screening’s website to reserve your appointment.

Complete Wellness Package which includes 4 vascular tests and osteoporosis screening for $149 ($139 with this special discount). More package options, and single tests are available.  All five screenings take 60-90 minutes to complete.

Ford’s Theatre Tours

Date: June 3, 2017

511 10th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Cost: From $5.00 to $10.00

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National Symphony Orchestra

Date: June 3, 2017


2700 First Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20566

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Exhibition – Senses Of Time Video And Film-based Works Of Africa

Date: June 3, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 5:30pm

950 Independence Avenue, South West
Washington, DC 20560

Cost: Free

From: Smithsonian National Museum of African Art

Our hearts beat to the rhythms of biological time and continents drift in geological time, while we set our watches to the precision of naval time. Time may seem easy to measure, but it can be challenging to understand. The six African artists featured in Senses of Time explore how time is experienced—and produced—by the body. Bodies stand, climb, dance, and dissolve in seven works of video and film—or “time-based”—art. Characters and the actions they depict repeat, resist, and reverse the expectation that time must move relentlessly forward.
Senses of Time invites viewers to consider tensions between personal and political time, ritual and technological time, bodily and mechanical time. Through pacing, sequencing, looping, layering, and mirroring, diverse perceptions of time are embodied and expressed.
History repeats itself as Yinka Shonibare MBE’s European ballroom dancers in sumptuous African-print fabric gowns dramatize the absurdities of political violence, while Sammy Baloji choreographs a haunting exploration of memory and forgetting in the ruins of postcolonial deindustrialization. Sue Williamson sensitively highlights the generational gaps wrought by time, while Berni Searle addresses genealogical time in one work as ancestral family portraits are tossed by the winds and focuses on the slippages and fragility of time and personal identity in another. Moataz Nasr’s work treads upon identities distorted by the march of time as Theo Eshetu draws us into a captivating kaleidoscopic space where past, present, and future converge.

Silver Spring Fresh Farm Market

Date: June 3, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 1:00pm

Ellsworth Drive
Silver Spring, MD 20910

From: Silver Spring Fresh Farm Market

Broad Branch Farmers’ Market

Date: June 3, 2017

Time: 7:00am to 8:00pm

5608 Broad Branch Road NorthWest
Washington, DC 20001

From: Broad Branch Farmers’ Market

Exhibition – Linn Meyers: Our View From Here

Date: June 3, 2017

Time: 10:00am to 5:30pm


700 Independence Avenue South West
Washington, DC 20013

Cost: Free

From: Hirshhorn Museum And Sculpture Garden

Linn Meyers (American, b. Washington, D.C., 1968; lives and works in Washington, D.C.) will create her largest work, “Our View From Here,” at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden this spring. The site-specific wall drawing, which stretches the entire circumference of the inner-circle galleries on the museum’s second level, more than 400 linear feet, will be on view May 12, 2016–May 14, 2017. The drawing is temporary and will be painted over at the end of the exhibition’s yearlong run. Meyers will discuss her work in a Meet the Artist talk Wednesday, May 25, 2016, at 6:30 p.m.
“We are rethinking the ways our spaces can be used, throughout the museum,” said Melissa Chiu, the Hirshhorn’s director. “And we will be taking full advantage of the inner-circle galleries as venues for site-specific 360-degree artworks. Linn Meyers’ project will be the first in a series of exhibitions by some of the most exciting artists working today.”
“The Hirshhorn’s unique architecture presents opportunities that simply don’t exist elsewhere,” said Stéphane Aquin, the museum’s chief curator and the curator of the exhibition. “Meyers’ process involves both planning and accident. The interaction between her fluid lines and the building’s rigorous geometries will produce stunning effects.”
Meyers creates her works by hand-drawing thousands of closely spaced, rippling lines, each nested beside the one that came before it. Drawing alone for long hours each day with a type of marker often used by graffiti writers, she welcomes the imperfections that are a natural part of working without templates or taped lines. The resulting patterns flow and pulse with energy.
Meyers has had solo exhibitions at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., and the American University Museum at the Katzen Center in Washington, D.C., among other venues. She has participated in group exhibitions at institutions including the Hirshhorn, the Phillips Collection, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Corcoran Gallery of Art and the National Museum of Women in the Arts, all in Washington, D.C., the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh. Her work is in numerous public and private collections, including the Hirshhorn, the Phillips Collection and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. She received a Master of Fine Arts from the California College of the Arts and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Cooper Union.
Date: May 12th, 2016 through August 20th, 2017

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