• Speed Networking Event - FREE FOOD

    New Carrollton Library

    The DC International Women Professionals Meetup Group has been invited to a special Speed Networking Event! Get ready to meet a large number of business & non-profit professionals in a small amount of time. Get those business cards ready, and get your response to "And what do you do?" down to 3 minutes! The format will be fast one-on-one networking, with a break in the middle as well as some educational information from our sponsors. Dessert refreshments and coffee will be served. FREE Parking available at the library parking lot. ALL career & education backgrounds are welcomed! The more the merrier, so please spread the word about this event! Saturday, August,[masked]:15 am – 1:30 pm New Carrollton Library, large meeting room 7414 Riverdale Road; New Carrollton, MD 20784 Online Registration Required: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/speed-networking-for-businesses-tickets-12495954737 Most common question: What is Speed Networking? Well... It is just like speed dating, but for contract, business and non-profit professionals. You meet aspiring professionals quickly face to face in an organized, fun and friendly setting. Everyone will have an opportunity to introduce themselves and their business/ non-profits to the entire group; and get a chance to meet everyone during the speed one-on-one. Thank you, and we hope to see you on Saturday!

  • Free concert on July 3 at 8 pm ( Kennedy Center)

    The Kennedy Center

    You are invited to free concert! Please, send RSV to [masked] ASAP to reserve your seat. There is information about concert http://www.weta.org/fm/community/partners#


    Shirlington Branch of Arlington Public Library

    • You are invited for free lecture and workshop! ELIMINATION of STRESS TRIGGERS Stress is a leading reason for development of health problems, difficult relationship, reduction of productivity and happiness in life. You will learn how to reduce and eliminate major triggers of stress. We will talk about mental techniques for relaxation, underlying physiological reasons for stress and tips for better relationship through increasing our assertiveness and self-esteem. Place: Shirlington Branch of Arlington Public Library. 4200 Campbell Ave, Arlington VA 22206 Time 11 AM - 12 AM Please, call for more information:[masked] Or write

  • Outdoor Peace Concert & Vigil (free prizes & afterparty)

    Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool

    *This is a great opportunity to honor our veterans and have some fun too. Open to the public so please feel free to share widely: You are invited to Remember727's 6th Annual Armistice Day Peace Concert & Vigil to commemorate the Armistice Day to honor the sacrifices of the Korean War Veterans and to remember the significance of the "Forgotten War" as we hope for peace on the Korean Peninsula, and elsewhere conflict persists. On this significant date marking the 60th anniversary of the Armistice, join us in lighting 727 candles at 7:27pm around the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool on July 27th. Emceed by NBC Early Today anchor Richard Lui, special features will include an outdoor screening of the KW60′s “Heroes Remembered: Voices of Korean War Veterans” in partnership with GIFF, and award-winning Korean War documentary, “FADING AWAY,” as well as performances by Kollaboration DC, and a massive photo exhibition of the Korean War. Meet rain or shine. Candles provided. Free raffle tickets to win prizes, including roundtrip ticket to Seoul. First 727 people will receive goodie bags. Private after party starting 10pm for attendees and volunteers at Kabin, newly opened lounge in DuPont Circle. More info at www.Remember727.org **The Korean War was not just a war between Koreans. From[masked], 1.8 million American men and women served in the Korean War, including 600,000 African Americans, 25,000 Japanese Americans, 20,000 Chinese Americans, and 148,000 Hispanic Americans. The U.S. suffered 54,246 casualties and 8,176+ plus POW/MIAs. In total, the Korean War involved 26 nations: UN Allied (23) -Republic of Korea, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Colombia, Ethiopia, France, Greece, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Naval Support/Service: Japan, Medical: Denmark, Italy, Norway, India, Sweden; Communist Forces (3)- Democratic People's Republic of Korea, People's Republic of China, Soviet Union.

  • Networking Reception for a good cause

    Fathom Gallery

    Come network with French community and African community in DC for a good cause. We are raising awareness and raising money to build ramps to make some schools wheelchairs accessible in Africa. We will have a screening of a French movie called "the untouchables". There will also be a networking party before, during, and after the movie. We will serve free French hors d'oeuvres. There is a 10 dollars fee at the entrance. Hope to see you there

  • DC IWP Brunch

    Busboys & Poets

  • DC IWP Brunch

    Busboys & Poets

  • Environmental Film Festival: TRUE WOLF

    American University

    Join us for the screening of this film. Here's the description: TRUE WOLF (USA, 2012, 76 min.) Washington, D.C. Premiere This is the story of a wolf called Koani, who, with the help of her human companions, became an ambassador for her species, traveling the country to help raise awareness about wolves and challenge both the age-old perception of the Big Bad Wolf and the New Age portrayal of the wolf as a noble savage. True Wolf follows Koani’s life and journey; it is also the tale of a wolf and the way she changed lives, most of all those of Pat Tucker and Bruce Weide. Koani and her humans, Pat and Bruce, presented 1,400 programs about wolves to 200,000 people in museums, classrooms and venues across America to give people a face-to-face experience with a wolf. The film explores Bruce and Pat's relationship with Koani, who, because she was born in captivity, could never be allowed to run free. For Bruce and Pat, despite all their efforts to meet Koani’s needs, they would have to face the painful truth that they could not fulfill her greatest desire – to be free. As she would prove time and time again, she was a wolf – and wolves belong in the wild. Directed by Rob Whitehair. Produced by Pam Voth. Executive Producers: Chris Palmer and Bruce Weide.