Join Archaeology in the Community (AITC) for the 7th Annual Day of Archaeology festival at Dumbarton House! The International Day of Archaeology aims to raise public awareness of the relevance and importance of archaeology in the modern world. This festival is dedicated to the archaeology, history, and preservation of Washington, DC area and invites the public to learn in fun and...

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During World War I, war-related psychological trauma was considered a new manifestation of psychiatric breakdown. American military medicine was challenged by establishing an entirely new medical specialty while treating the stricken service member and assuring an anxious public back home. Explore American psychiatrists' understanding of "shell shock" and what lessons they did...

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“Making Peace in an Authoritarian Era: What Role for Conflict Diplomacy?” with Dr. Chester A. Crocker at Fox Hill   Bethesda, MD: Former ambassadors, Foreign Service officers and public and private policy makers are among the owner/residents at Fox Hill, who every month share their expertise, analysis and direction for the future. Held in Fox Hill’s Performing Arts...

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Join us to find out what it really takes to start your own business. Learn more about the steps involved and discover the many resources available to support you. Questions about legal structures are answered by an attorney. Note our Policy: No refunds issued for workshops not attended. No cash walk-ins (credit cards accepted)in our Rockville location. You must register online at...

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Did you know that you can target your social media ads and posts to a very specific customer base-even targeting as specifically as age, demographics, income or buying behaviors? Let Nicole Krug of Social Light show you how to use various social media tools to connect with new customers on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn. Nicole will teach you how using relevant and effective content can...

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The choices we make as a state shape our neighborhoods and affect our economy. Join the Maryland Center on Economic Policy and other state and national experts for a conversation about the choices currently facing the state and learn how we can create thriving communities across Maryland. The morning session will feature a keynote address from Alice Rivlin, Senior Fellow in Economic Studies...

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In May 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a bill that made it legal for the first time since 1917 to sell hard liquor to patrons standing at bars in the District of Columbia. Shortly thereafter many bars opened and students, senators & secretaries streamed through the doors of establishments such as Clyde’s, Mr. Smith’s, Mr. Henry’s, Chadwick’s, The Cellar Door,...

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Landscapes, Arrivals and Recognitions: Paintings by Tim Carrington. Show runs July 8-August 4, 2018 Opening Reception: Friday, July 13th 6-9 PM Artful Sunday Artist Talk: July 29th 2-4 PM Tim Carrington's paintings recognize evolutions, such as when afternoon melts into evening or when morning arrives in a dazzle of light, or perhaps when a person arrives, departs, or takes in...

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Join Peerless Rockville and Glenview Mansion for our continuing speaker series with an illustrated presentation on education in Rockville.  From the beginnings of education in the early 1800s with Rockville Academy to this September’s opening of the city’s newest elementary school in 50 years, Rockville led the way in schooling as we know it today in Montgomery County. Our...

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