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This looks fun for folks interested. Venture over to Cotton & Reed Rum Distillery at Union Market for cocktails and small bites for a First-Time Home Buyers Overview and Mixer! If you or a friend would be interested in learning more, they'd love to have you. Thursday, February 20th | 6 pm - 8 pm[masked]th Street NE Washington, DC Free RSVP to [masked] DC’S FIRST RUM DISTILLERY We’re distilling rums the right way in Washington, DC. If you’re looking for a rum to sip on at home or to drive your bar’s cocktail program, our flagship White Rum or our low-sugar, naturally flavored rums will do the trick. And trust us, it’s not like that rum you used to drink back in sophomore year. Our Story Co-founders Reed Walker and Jordan Cotton became friends while working as strategists for NASA and the aerospace industry. They discovered a shared passion for spirits at work happy hours, and decided to leave their desk jobs to start a distillery called Cotton & Reed. Under the direction of veteran barman Lukas B. Smith, Cotton & Reed is now serving award-winning cocktails at the distillery tasting room next to Union Market. Look for our products at bars, restaurants, and liquor stores across DC, Maryland, and Massachusetts.
Always one of the nicest galleries in the city, Long View will host their latest exhibit with an opening reception 6:30 - 8 pm Friday night. Come have a glass of wine with your fellow ArtHousers. Matt Neuman's \for·mu·la\ "Pattern is inescapable. Repetition is fundamental to the natural order. When pattern doesn’t appear to exist it’s usually a product of scale. Zoom in or zoom and you’ll always find repeating elements working together in support of a system. Take a form. Flip it. Rotate it. Connect it. Do it again. Do it again. Do it again. The never ending potential of pattern speaks immediately to the infinite in a powerful and energetic framework for expression. When was the last time you pondered the infinite? Do it now. Look back from that place so far outside yourself that you can actually feel a change in your gut. It’s dense and heavy in your core and it’s the physical manifestation of humbling yourself completely by simply taking a moment to place yourself in the universe."
National Geographic Grosvenor Auditorium
The Environmental Film Festival is almost upon us! March 12-22. They will have several free great events but this one is very special and a bit of a splurge. But it is a World Premiere and the party after will have food and drinks in the cool National Geographic reception center and Jane Goodall is the greatest. (She will be not be here but she will be speaking live in April at Constitution Hall on April 6.) The cost is $35 and it will sell out. Get your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/environmental-film-festival-jane-goodall-the-hope-closing-night-event-tickets-92498179545 free underground parking short walk to Metro Special WORLD PREMIERE Screening presented by the Reva & David Logan Foundation About this Event Jane Goodall: The Hope celebrates the vast legacy of Dr. Jane Goodall’s four decades of advocacy work for chimpanzees and depicts the next chapter for generations to come. Picking up where National Geographic Documentary Films’ 2017 award-winning Jane left off, the two-hour special follows Dr. Goodall throughout her robust travels, capturing her relentless commitment and determination to spread a message of hope. The film offers an intimate perspective of Dr. Goodall’s pivotal transformation from scientist to inspirational activist and shows the harrowing obstacles she has faced throughout her remarkable career. Featuring an extensive collection of photographs and footage that spans over seven decades, the documentary illustrates how Dr. Goodall’s passion for wildlife and unshakable drive have persevered, making her one of the most important figures in wildlife conservation and galvanizing a future generation to create lasting change. Directed by Elizabeth Leiter & Kim Woodard (USA, 2020, 88 min.)