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WASHINGTON DC EVENTS FEBRUARY 2014

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February 1
Lions, Tigers, and Bears
Though they are extremely powerful, these predators need not be feared as Dorothy and her friends famously worried along the Yellow Brick Road. Rather, these majestic creatures deserve our respect, care, and protection. Based on the product of multi-year coverage by National Geographic photographers Michael Nichols, Steve Winter, and Paul Nicklen, these images attest to the wildness and beauty of lions and tigers and bears. 1600 M St. NW, Washington, DC. 202-857-7700.

February 1
Free Loft Late Night Music with 19th Street Band
10:30 pm

The 19th Street Band has had the honor of sharing the stage with country music stars such as Craig Morgan and Chuck Mead. They have opened for Rascal Flatts and Toby Keith at Jiffy Lube Live as well as Grammy Award-winning Western Swing icons Asleep at the Wheel at The Birchmere. The band recently appeared at the annual Marine Corps Marathon in DC and performed along the marathon’s route for its 20,000 runners. 600 14th Street, N.W. Washington. 202-787-1000. FREE.

February 1-9
Korean Style in Japanese Ceramics
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Korean ceramics arriving in Japan as trade goods in the 15th and 16th centuries captured attention for the quality of their form, glaze, and decoration, far surpassing what Japanese kilns could produce. Korean bowls in particular were coveted for use as tea bowls. Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. 1050 Independence Ave. SW, Washington, DC. 202-633-4880. FREE.

February 2
Chinese New Year in Washington, DC
2 - 4:30 p.m.

Each year a parade is held in Chinatown in Washington, DC to celebrate the Chinese New Year. The event features the traditional Chinese Dragon Dance, Kung Fu demonstrations and live musical entertainment. Enjoy these pictures of the annual lunar celebration! Chinatown - on H Street, NW, Washington, DC between 6th and 8th Streets.

February 2
Chinatown Lunar New Year Festival
12-5 p.m.

Programs and activities will include: live music and dance performances, traditional Chinese calligraphy, children’s crafts, face painting, tai chi and kung fu demonstrations, lion dancing, poetry readings, film screenings, art and photo exhibits, raffle prizes, New Year souvenirs, free giveaways, and much more. Special guest performances by: Wong People and students of Yu Ying Public Charter School. Chinatown Community Cultural Center, 616 H Street, NW Washington, DC.

February 2
Lions, Tigers, and Bears
Though they are extremely powerful, these predators need not be feared as Dorothy and her friends famously worried along the Yellow Brick Road. Rather, these majestic creatures deserve our respect, care, and protection. Based on the product of multi-year coverage by National Geographic photographers Michael Nichols, Steve Winter, and Paul Nicklen, these images attest to the wildness and beauty of lions and tigers and bears. 1600 M St. NW, Washington, DC. 202-857-7700.

February 7
Freer Highlights
1:15 pm

Learn about the history of the Freer Gallery, the first Smithsonian museum devoted to the fine arts. Discover how museum founder Charles Lang Freer shaped his collection in the late nineteenth century and how he developed his vision for the museum. Explore its outstanding holdings of Asian and American works of art. Freer Gallery Jefferson Drive at 12th Street, SW. 202-633-4880. Free.

February 9
In Every Language Love
2 pm
An Open House for All Ages

View a digital slideshow of images of love in Asian art. Use printing blocks that say “love” in more than a dozen Asian languages as well as symbols of love to print vivid Valentines to take home. Sackler sublevel 2. 1050 Independence Avenue, SW 202-633-4880. Free.

 
     
 

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