On the List | Poetry Grand Slam, Ghost Gallery turns 2, Harvard history tour (+51 more)

Ghost Gallery celebrates a birthday

While many may be mourning the false start to summer we experienced last weekend, there’s plenty to do in the next few days. This weekend features CHEW‘s happy hour, a new “film in the making” at The Project RoomGhost Gallery‘s 2nd Anniversary, and something called Dumpling Day. Who needs canoeing and sunbathing anyway? Add your Capitol Hill events to the CHS Calendar.

Thursday 4/26

Friday 4/27

“CHEW is a network of independent, women-owned businesses on Capitol Hill. Formed out of a shared interest in networking, resource sharing, collaboration and neighborhood advocacy, CHEW is dedicated to strengthening the community of brilliant and creative women in business on The Hill and we want to meet you!”

Join Ghost Gallery in celebrating their second year on The Hill.

DJ’s Jacob James (Ships, Echo Party) and Eric Howk (Boom City), Live set by Perpetual Ritual! Meet & Greet Jewelry Artists and shop their latest wares! Emerald Medusa, Nikki Jacoby, Dorothy Cheng & more…

Drinks, Special Discounts, Limited Edition Totes! Courtyard BBQ (Weather Permitting)

$5 at the fence suggested donation

Saturday 4/28

Sunday 4/29

Dumpling Day says: “Dumplings are a universal food enjoyed by many people all over the world for hundreds of years. In recognition and honor of this tasty dough treat we present to you a day where you can snack, kick back, and celebrate the power of dumplings.

Please join us for Dumpling Day on Sunday April 29th at Liana’s private kitchen in Chinatown, just beneath the historical Hong Kong Apartments neon sign.

$2 food specials all day long. Raffle. Prizes. Fun. Friends. Chinatown. And more.”

http://www.dumplingpower.com

 

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