Lively January Events for Central Residents
Everyone here at Central is overjoyed to be stepping into a new year along with our fantastic community members. Central is proud and lucky to be so close to the fantastic Washington DC community, where there is always something to do. Yes, even in the cold of the winter, there are plenty of fun events and things to do- there’s no need to stay inside all month long!
Every Friday at the Cafe Saint-Ex is the Friday Funnies Showcase. Every Friday at 8 pm, check out the excellent line-up from the top comedians in the DMV area. Enjoy an hour of gliding on the ice with tickets for Ice Skating at Cameron Run!
On the 21st- Drink the District, a wine bonanza with a wide array of wines to sample.
The next day you can participate in a Goat Yoga Pajama Party. The following weekend is just as fun-filled! Saturday, the 28th hosts a Lunar New Year Celebration at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Finally, Sunday the 29th, an event for the kiddos- a Grand Princess Show and Character Experience. Twirl on stage, watch the performance and meet your favorite characters.
There never has to be a dull day left in January!
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Meet Your Favorite Authors at Politics & Prose
Politics & Prose serves as more than just a bookstore. The local business draws crowds for its author signings, writing classes, and other special events. So whether you're a bookworm who wants to meet your favorite author or a budding wordsmith yourself, Politics & Prose has something to tempt you.
The bookstore's schedule is jam-packed with events every day of the week. Coming up this summer, you can meet Michelle Smith, author of The Whole Smiths Good Food Cookbook. She penned a cookbook that specifically accommodates anyone adhering to the Whole30, and she's coming to Politics & Prose to talk about her recipes and writing methods. Want to learn how to design a compelling plot, explore the poetry of W.B. Yeats and other Irish artists, or delve into French culture? These are just a few of the subjects at classes coming up this summer at Politics & Prose.