A sampler of what is occurring June 14-16
Bethesda Beat Workers Report
| Revealed: 2019-06-13 15:00
Dolls are a part of the ‘Girls Celebrating Girls’ exhibition recognizing the 100th anniversary of the 19th Modification to the Structure granting ladies the fitting to vote.
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‘Girls Celebrating Girls’ – Friday – Triangle Artwork Studios, Bethesda
Artwork and interactive actions at opening of girls’s suffrage motion exhibition recognizing the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Modification to the U.S. Structure granting ladies the fitting to vote. Open home actions embody making assertion sashes, registering to vote and contributing to a big mural that honors the motion and acknowledges the present conversations surrounding voting rights. Free. 6-Eight p.m. 7711 Outdated Georgetown Street. Info on-line.
‘The Serengeti Guidelines’ — Friday – AFI Silver Theater, Silver Spring
Screening of the movie, “The Serengeti Guidelines,” adopted by a panel dialogue with 5 scientists on nature, ecology and the principles that govern life. The movie just isn’t rated. Common admission $13. 7:15 p.m. AFI Silver Theater and Cultural Heart, 8633 Colesville Street. Info on-line.
Dances of the World – Saturday – Cultural Arts Heart, Montgomery School Silver Spring
4 Seasons Dancers current a worldwide repertoire, with folk-inspired types akin to gypsy, flamenco, polka, tarantella and mambo. Tickets $30; seniors and army $20; kids 12 and underneath $12. 7:30-9:30 p.m., Montgomery School Cultural Arts Heart 7995 Georgia Ave. Info on-line.
Girls’s World Cup Watch Occasion – Sunday – Wheaton Regional Park
Viewing celebration for the U.S. ladies’s soccer second match towards Chile. Indoor enviornment could have a jumbo display. Members of the Washington Spirit will likely be on the celebration and signal autographs after the sport. Free. Midday. Wheaton Regional Park, Wheaton Sports activities Area, 2000 Shorefield Street. Info on-line.
An Night with Jack Williams – Sunday – Arts Barn, Gaithersburg
The music of Jack Williams consists of people, rock, jazz, blues, classical and hits from the 1930s, 40s and 50s. Tickets $20 prematurely; $25 at door. 7:30 p.m., 311 Kent Sq. Rd, Gaithersburg. Info on-line.