Join Washington Evaluators for a day at the National Museum for African American History and Culture, followed by happy hour at Succotash in Penn Quarter!
The museum’s 12 inaugural exhibitions focus on broad themes of history, culture and community. These exhibitions have been conceived to help transform visitors’ understanding of American history and culture and to help visitors adapt to and participate in changing definitions of American citizenship, liberty and equality.
WE will visit the Museum from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. (no tour). Immediately following the museum visit, enjoy a walk over to Penn Quarter for happy hour at Succotash's bar. Succotash offers cheap bites along with $6 and $7 cocktails, $5 to $6 beers, and $6 to $8 wines.
Due to the limited number of tickets available, this event is limited to members only, no guests. Museum visit is free; happy hour not included.
Please join Washington Evaluators for its first ever Field Trip!
WE will be given a tour and QnA session with Pathways to Housing DC (in the NoMa district) from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Using a Housing First model, this organization serves the “chronically homeless”- those individuals living on the streets for years with serious mental health challenges such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder that were not being treated. With a staff today of over 130 highly skilled professionals, Pathways to Housing DC provides comprehensive, integrated health and social services to nearly 3,500 clients annually throughout the District.
This event will be catered by Potbelly. Note your dietary restrictions when registering.
This event is limited to members and their guests. Field trip and catered dinner are free.
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