Happy Thursday! No need to water your plants today! May your roof remain intact and your electricity robust!
What’s shaking around the neighborhood?
Tonight We Happy Few presents Chalk at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW). Inspired by the classic Brecht play, Chalk is a story about motherhood. A judge draws a chalk circle on the ground to determine the true mother of a contested child. It’s also a story about revolution and rebellion and the choices we are forced to make. Tickets are $15 and are available here.
Former Post reporter Ruben Casteneda discusses his memoir of covering the crack wars in DC S Street Rising at East City Books at 7pm.
Friday night Jah Works brings a reggae sound to the Friday night concert at Yards Park at 6:30pm.
Saturday the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington (GMCW) presents One World. GMCW’s acapella groups Potomac Fever and Rock Creek Singers will be joined by groups from Ireland and Germany. The concert begins at 8pm and tickets are $20-$25. Get your tickets here.
Sunday Be Here Now Yoga is holding a Yoga 101 – Back to Basics workshop from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Learn about the 8 limbs of yoga (it’s not all about putting your foot behind your head) and learn some simple poses. The cost is $28 or $22 for members. Register here.