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Lunar New Year Celebration

02/24/2024 to 02/24/2024

4201 Knowles Ave., Kensington, MD 20895

The Chinese Culture and Community Service Center will be providing all the entertainment and crafting projects. This will be a festive day of folk dances, music, and arts and crafts to celebrate the Chinese new year. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Library, Montgomery County,MD and is free to the public. Open to all ages. Check our website at: or call us at 240-773-9515.

Atlas Performing Arts Center INTERSECTIONS Capital City Symphony: Battles Within

02/24/2024 to 02/24/2024

1333 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002

An emotionally charged concert portraying the journey of veterans post-conflict, unveiling their struggles and resilience as they navigate the challenges of reintegration into civilian life. Experience the powerful musical narrative of veterans’ post-conflict journey, capturing their challenges, resilience, and pursuit of normalcy upon returning home. An emotional tribute to their struggles and triumphs in resuming everyday life. Conducted by our assistant conductor, Ingrid Lestrud.

National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine

02/25/2024 to 02/25/2024

10960 George Mason Circle, Manassas, VA 20110

The Kyiv-based National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine (NSOU) has been one of the most distinguished orchestras in Eastern Europe. In 2024, the official orchestra of Ukraine returns for its first tour in the U.S. since conflict in its country began. GRAMMY Award-winning Ukrainian conductor Volodymyr Sirenko leads the orchestra along with Tchaikovsky Competition winner, cellist Natalia Khoma. For more information, please visit:

American Ballet Theatre presents Swan Lake at Kennedy Center

02/25/2024 to 02/25/2024

2700 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004

American Ballet Theatre’s quintessential production of SWAN LAKE returns to pull D.C. audiences back under its spell February 21-25, 2024. Journey to the enchanted lake with Kevin McKenzie’s magnificent production set to Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky’s classic score—a glorious fable of dreamlike transformation, evil trickery, and ill-fated passion. Beyond the cinematic spectacle and captivating storytelling, what keeps bringing ballet aficionados back and drawing new audiences in is the opportunity to see ABT’s world-renowned roster of stars performing challenging classical repertoire. Prepare to be transported to a land of wonder, featuring the unforgettable corps de ballet moving in magical unison as the majestic, glimmering swans. Complete with soaring choreography, hauntingly beautiful music, and extravagant sets and costumes, this spellbinding classic continues to inspire and enchant audiences. Odette/Odile: Isabella Boylston. Prince Siegfried: Daniel Camargo. Casting subject to change. For more information and to buy tickets, visit ABT's website at:

Mnozil Brass: Jubilee

02/25/2024 to 02/25/2024

4373 Mason Pond Drive, Fairfax, VA 22030

Known as the Monty Python of the music world, Austrian septet Mnozil Brass seamlessly combines slapstick comedy with virtuosity. Hailed as one of the world’s premier brass ensembles, this group blends classical, jazz, folk, and pop with sketch comedy, silly songs, and sidesplitting buffoonery on their trumpets, trombones, French horn, and tuba. Mnozil Brass takes its name from Gasthaus Mnozil, a restaurant across the street from the Vienna Conservatory, where seven young music students met and began playing at a monthly open mic in 1992. 30 years later, Mnozil Brass performs for sold-out houses around the world. Jubilee, its 2023 album on Universal, cheekily pays tribute and celebrates Mnozil Brass’s greatest hits as well as new works. Classicalite raves, it’s “one of the funniest, and most creative, chamber groups on the planet” and the San Antonio Reporter adds it’s “seriously funny, whimsically brazen.”

The Village Movement and Aging in Place

02/25/2024 to 02/25/2024

2222 S. Arlington Ridge Road, Arlington, VA 22202

Learn about the village movement and aging in place by attending a presentation by Wendy Zenker, Executive Director of Arlington Neighborhood Village (ANV),, on Sunday, February 25, 11:30 am at Advent Lutheran Church, 2222 S. Arlington Ridge Road, Arlington, VA. Wendy will explain how ANV serves to improve the physical, mental, and social well-being of older adults, age 55+, in the community.