From this Saturday, August 8th through Saturday, October 24th 2015, shop like Chef Ruta at the Capella Farmers Market. The market is open the second and fourth Saturday of the month from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm through October.
Capella Washington, D.C., Georgetown is partnering with Northern Neck Farm, a farm that has a 50-year history and is located in the agriculturally rich region of Virginia.
Visitors can also enjoy warm pastries and hand-filled jars of honey. Experienced farmers will be available to share their farming tips, culinary advice and more.
Capella Hotel is located at 1050 31st Street in Georgetown.
Don't miss Madama Butterfly at Wolf Trap Opera with National Symphony Orchestra Choral Arts. Grant Gershon conducts this Operascape production at the Filene Center Friday, August 7 at 8:15 pm.
Experience Puccini’s heartbreaking masterpiece of passion, honor, and sacrifice with Wolf Trap Opera and the National Symphony Orchestra in this new staged and costumed production with custom video projections.
Before the show, attend a Pre-Performance Discussion 1 hour before the start of this show with Lee Anne Myslewski, Wolf Trap Opera & Classical Programming. Learn more
One of the most heart-breaking love stories of all time is produced by Wolf Trap Opera in a one-night-only performance with the National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by LA Opera’s Grant Gershon. Stage director Tara Faircloth, video and projections designer S. Katy Tucker, and costume designer Rooth Varland return to the Filene Center after their memorable 2014 Carmen. The new scenic design is by Zane Pihlstrom.
Puccini’s lush romantic music is infused with the exoticism of early 20th-century Japan as the young geisha Cio-Cio San gives up everything for the dashing American Lieutenant Pinkerton.
Butterfly at the Filene Center is a perfect evening for new opera-goers.
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Visit the National Building Museum through September 7, 2015 and experience an interactive architectural installation that brings the quintessential summer experience of going to the beach to downtown Washington, D.C.
Sans water, the BEACH, created in partnership with Snarkitecture, covers 10,000 square feet and includes an “ocean” of nearly one million recyclable translucent plastic balls.
The BEACH is contained within an enclosure and built out of construction materials such as scaffolding, wooden panels, and perforated mesh, all clad in stark white. Monochromatic beach chairs and umbrellas sprinkle the 50-foot wide “shoreline,” and the “ocean” culminates in a mirrored wall that creates a seemingly infinite reflected expanse. Visitors are welcome to “swim” in the ocean, or can spend an afternoon at the “shore’s” edge reading a good book, play beach-related activities such as paddleball, grab a refreshing drink at the snack bar, or dangle their feet in the ocean off the pier.
Enjoy the snack concession, operated through a partnership with Union Kitchen, a D.C.-based food incubator.
The BEACH is part of the Museum’s annual Summer Block Party, a slate of programming, exhibitions, and events for all ages.
Tickets include admission to exhibitions. Admission is first come, first served (no timed entry). Visit admissions page for more ticketing information.