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Polar bears travel along the Arctic ice sheets and in the coastal waters. Their favorite prey are seals that swim and hu...
02/01/2023

Polar bears travel along the Arctic ice sheets and in the coastal waters. Their favorite prey are seals that swim and hunt in these icy waters. Polar bears are patient, and have been known to wait on the ice by a seal's breathing hole in order to catch them when they come up to the surface. Polar bears also swim by using their large paws to paddle through the water. Their front paws are also slightly webbed making them very good swimmers. 🐻‍❄️

It’s Black History Month! All month long, we will be highlighting different individuals and their important contribution...
02/01/2023

It’s Black History Month! All month long, we will be highlighting different individuals and their important contributions to the STEM community and our world!

Have you ever used a GPS? Well, you have Gladys West to thank! Gladys West is an American mathematician best known for developing technology that eventually led to the Global Positioning System (GPS).

To learn more about her life, check out this video!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVAw62L9MG8

Camp Registration is OPEN FOR MEMBERS!Exclusive Pre-Registration for Members will be open until February 8th. Members al...
02/01/2023

Camp Registration is OPEN FOR MEMBERS!

Exclusive Pre-Registration for Members will be open until February 8th. Members also receive a 10% discount! General Registration begins February 9th.

⭐ Don't have a membership and want the exclusive access and more? Purchase one at childsci.org/membership

⭐ Learn more and sign up for Spring & Summer Break Camps at childsci.org/camps

There's a green comet in the sky! ☄️A comet called C/2022 E3, discovered last March, will be visible with a telescope (a...
01/31/2023
Rare green comet to pass close to Earth this week: Here’s how to see it

There's a green comet in the sky! ☄️

A comet called C/2022 E3, discovered last March, will be visible with a telescope (and potentially binoculars) this week. This will be one of the best-viewed comets of 2023.

It will be closest to Earth on Thursday, February 2nd. Don't miss this spectacular event in the sky!

To learn more about this comet, check out this article.

The comet hasn't appeared in 50,000 years, astronomers predict.

Know a high school or college student who is eager to showcase their love for STEM? A Children’s Science Center Lab Inte...
01/30/2023

Know a high school or college student who is eager to showcase their love for STEM? A Children’s Science Center Lab Internship is the perfect fit! These internships include gaining a hands-on STEM experience, participating in project-based learning, receiving feedback from professionals, and more! 📚

Apply at childsci.org/internships

★ STEM Summer Camp Internship (16+): Applications Open
★ Animal Husbandry Internship (18+): Applications Open
★ Commonwealth Cyber Initiative (CCI) Internship (Rising HS Senior & Rising College First-Year): Open February 1st
★ STEM Youth Development Internship (HS): Opening Soon
★ Communications Intern: Opening Soon

Sunday Silly! 🌯
01/29/2023

Sunday Silly! 🌯

Join the Lab for a Kids Night Out to celebrate Valentine’s Day! 🧡💙💚Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes making your ow...
01/29/2023

Join the Lab for a Kids Night Out to celebrate Valentine’s Day! 🧡💙💚

Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes making your own stethoscope and listening to your heart, creating a floating rainbow while learning about density, and observing a sheep heart dissection!

This is a fun-filled event just for kids.

💖 Reserve a spot now • childsci.org/kids-night-out-we-heart-stem

It's time for Camp!  ⛺🧬🔬Exclusive Pre-Registration for Members opens this Wednesday! (February 1 - February 8) Members a...
01/29/2023

It's time for Camp! ⛺🧬🔬

Exclusive Pre-Registration for Members opens this Wednesday! (February 1 - February 8) Members also receive a 10% discount! General Registration begins February 9.

⭐ Don't have a membership? Purchase one at childsci.org/membership

⭐ Learn more about Spring & Summer Break Camps at childsci.org/camps

Enjoy the STEM Champion Interview by the Youth Advisory Board with Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer! 🧪🧬📐STEM Champion Dr. Padma...
01/28/2023

Enjoy the STEM Champion Interview by the Youth Advisory Board with Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer! 🧪🧬📐

STEM Champion Dr. Padmanabhan Seshaiyer is a tenured Professor of Mathematical Sciences at George Mason University. He is also the Director of GMU's COMPLETE (Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning and Educational Technology). Dr. Seshaiyer discusses his journey in the STEM field and insights on STEM outreach. His advice to students highlights the need of teamwork, critical thinking, problem solving, and communication in STEM as well as the value of investigating how you may use your interests in STEM to improve the lives of others.

https://youtu.be/xxOY6nAoZV4

In the winter, we do our best to stay warm. This includes wearing warm clothes, coats, hats, mittens, and scarves. But h...
01/27/2023

In the winter, we do our best to stay warm. This includes wearing warm clothes, coats, hats, mittens, and scarves. But how does this keep us warm? Are mittens and coats really warm? Let’s find out together!

🧪 Try this activity! • childsci.org/test/mitten-insulation

It's a school holiday and the Lab is OPEN— visit for 2 hours of STEM fun! ⛄ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • T...
01/27/2023

It's a school holiday and the Lab is OPEN— visit for 2 hours of STEM fun!

⛄ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
⛄ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

The Lab will be open TOMORROW— plan your visit now! ❄️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM ...
01/26/2023

The Lab will be open TOMORROW— plan your visit now!

❄️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
❄️ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

01/26/2023

Meet Malfoy, the Children’s Science Center Lab’s resident Asian forest scorpion in this TikTok or at the Lab! 🌟

http://ow.ly/ZRIN50MB9Zr

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lab! Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes...🩺 making your own stethoscope and liste...
01/25/2023

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lab! Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes...

🩺 making your own stethoscope and listening to your heart
🌈 creating a floating rainbow while learning about density
🐐 observing a sheep heart dissection!

This is a fun-filled event just for kids.

💖 Reserve a spot now • childsci.org/kids-night-out-we-heart-stem

Puffins live on rocky cliffs above very cold waters in groups called colonies. Baby puffins are also called pufflings. P...
01/25/2023

Puffins live on rocky cliffs above very cold waters in groups called colonies. Baby puffins are also called pufflings. Pufflings have to eat so much that both the mother and father puffins have to dive about 276 times per day to hunt enough food. Puffins also have a very unique feature. The yellow parts of their beak actually glow under UV light! We are not entirely sure why this happens, but scientists are learning more every day. 💡

Stay tuned for an exciting TikTok featuring an animal ambassador at the Lab that also glows!

Welcome home, Drax! Our resident Axolotl has moved into a new home located in our Bio Zone where you can say hello as he...
01/24/2023

Welcome home, Drax! Our resident Axolotl has moved into a new home located in our Bio Zone where you can say hello as he explores. Drax's new home mimics life in the lake in Mexico where Axolotl's would be found. Conservationists are helping endangered Axolotl's by creating stacks of rocks and large plants to give them places to hide and to keep their water clean.

Be sure to visit the Lab to check out our amazing amphibian and other animal ambassadors.

*If you would like to get a closer look at Drax behind the counter, ask a STEM Educator to go with you during a timed-entry!

★ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
★ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

This weekend, the Lab is open FRIDAY, Saturday, and Sunday! Visit the Lab for 2 hours of STEM fun! ☃️ Open Saturday, Sun...
01/24/2023

This weekend, the Lab is open FRIDAY, Saturday, and Sunday! Visit the Lab for 2 hours of STEM fun!

☃️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
❄️ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

Sunday Silly! ☃️
01/22/2023

Sunday Silly! ☃️

Happy Lunar New Year to those who celebrate! Lunar New Year is one of the most important celebrations of the year among ...
01/22/2023

Happy Lunar New Year to those who celebrate! Lunar New Year is one of the most important celebrations of the year among East and Southeast Asian cultures. Traditions vary by region, but they all symbolize prosperity, abundance and togetherness.

🎊 To learn more about this holiday and celebrations, visit the page by HISTORY!

https://www.history.com/topics/holidays/chinese-new-year

Join the Lab for a Kids Night Out to celebrate Valentine’s Day! 🧡💙💚Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes making your ow...
01/21/2023

Join the Lab for a Kids Night Out to celebrate Valentine’s Day! 🧡💙💚

Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes making your own stethoscope and listening to your heart, creating a floating rainbow while learning about density, and observing a sheep heart dissection!

This is a fun-filled event just for kids.

💖 Reserve a spot now • childsci.org/kids-night-out-we-heart-stem

Visit the Lab for fun without the frostbite!Try special activities including an Artic Animal Expedition, Snowy Slime, an...
01/21/2023

Visit the Lab for fun without the frostbite!

Try special activities including an Artic Animal Expedition, Snowy Slime, and the Winter Creature Corner.

❄️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
❄️ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

Learn more about chemical reactions in this activity! ---Did you know every time you make slime you are observing a chem...
01/20/2023

Learn more about chemical reactions in this activity!

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Did you know every time you make slime you are observing a chemical reaction? Slime is formed when a chemical reaction occurs between polyvinyl acetate, or PVA, and borate ions. Discover more below while making fluffy slime!

🧪 Try this activity! • childsci.org/test/fluffy-slime

It’s time for another session of Latina SciGirls, a program that aims to reduce barriers for young Latina girls by givin...
01/20/2023



It’s time for another session of Latina SciGirls, a program that aims to reduce barriers for young Latina girls by giving them the opportunity to explore STEM concepts. In this program, students also have the opportunity to explore STEM careers and meet Latina STEM professionals.

Last session, Erika Cuevas from Loudoun Water taught students with the Enviroscape Watershed Model about water!

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lab! Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes...🩺 making your own stethoscope and liste...
01/19/2023

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lab! Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes...

🩺 making your own stethoscope and listening to your heart
🌈 creating a floating rainbow while learning about density
🐐 observing a sheep heart dissection!

This is a fun-filled event just for kids.

💖 Reserve a spot now • childsci.org/kids-night-out-we-heart-stem

There’s a 3-D Printer in the Lab! 🦾3-D printing is a process of making three-dimensional objects from a digital file. Th...
01/19/2023

There’s a 3-D Printer in the Lab! 🦾

3-D printing is a process of making three-dimensional objects from a digital file. This technology can be used for various purposes including creating prototypes, manufacturing parts, and making trinkets—the possibilities are endless!

Learn more about the power of 3-D printing technology and prosthetics with the 3D Printer Experience presented by AWS InCommunities.

Be sure to visit the display in the Inspiration Hub the next time you visit!

Amazon Web Services
3D Herndon

This weekend is Lunar New Year and it's the year of the rabbit! Did you know hares and rabbits are different species? Wh...
01/18/2023

This weekend is Lunar New Year and it's the year of the rabbit!

Did you know hares and rabbits are different species? While rabbits live in large groups underground, hares live in above ground nest either alone or with another. Hares also are distinguished by their larger size, longer ears, and longer back legs. The arctic hare has shorter ears than the average hare, but this is to help conserve body heat in the cold Arctic. They also have a bright white coat that changes colors in the spring to match their surroundings. 🐇

It's a school holiday and the Lab is open! Enjoy 2 hours of wintry fun without the frostbite! ❄️ Open Saturday, Sunday, ...
01/16/2023

It's a school holiday and the Lab is open! Enjoy 2 hours of wintry fun without the frostbite!

❄️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
❄️ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

It's all about heart— 🧡💙💚Join the Lab for another Kids Night Out to celebrate Valentine’s Day! Kids Night Out: We Heart ...
01/15/2023

It's all about heart— 🧡💙💚

Join the Lab for another Kids Night Out to celebrate Valentine’s Day!

Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes making your own stethoscope and listening to your heart, creating a floating rainbow while learning about density, and observing a sheep heart dissection!

This is a fun-filled event just for kids.

💖 Reserve a spot now • childsci.org/kids-night-out-we-heart-stem

Sunday Silly! ❄️
01/15/2023

Sunday Silly! ❄️

Enjoy the STEM Champion Interview by the Youth Advisory Board with Dr. Seanna Leath! 🧠🥼🔬STEM Champion Dr. Seanna Leath i...
01/14/2023

Enjoy the STEM Champion Interview by the Youth Advisory Board with Dr. Seanna Leath! 🧠🥼🔬

STEM Champion Dr. Seanna Leath is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at UVA with a focus on academic achievement among black women and girls. Dr. Leath discusses her research on the “interconnected effects of academic ability, social connectedness, and psychological wellbeing on Black women and girls’ educational trajectories.” Her advice for young adults includes asking questions and knowing your voice matters, try new things including courses that excite you, and be flexible and open to adjusting your goals as new opportunities or interests arise.

https://youtu.be/mi0MBUlQbe8

This weekend, the Lab is open Saturday, Sunday, AND MONDAY! Don't miss a chance for warm wintry fun! ☃️ Open Saturday, S...
01/14/2023

This weekend, the Lab is open Saturday, Sunday, AND MONDAY! Don't miss a chance for warm wintry fun!

☃️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
☃️ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

Learn more about tornados in this activity! ---Tornados are one of the most destructive and dangerous types of severe we...
01/13/2023

Learn more about tornados in this activity!

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Tornados are one of the most destructive and dangerous types of severe weather. They are made of air that spins and rotates very quickly and creates a funnel. When a tornado touches the ground, it can even destroy sturdy objects like large trees and buildings. In this activity, you can create a safe tornado model – remember, a model is something we use as an example.

🌪️ Try this activity! • childsci.org/test/tornado-in-a-jar

NEW at the Experiment Bar this Month: Splitting Water 💧Did you know that scientists in space take apart water to make ox...
01/11/2023

NEW at the Experiment Bar this Month: Splitting Water 💧

Did you know that scientists in space take apart water to make oxygen bubbles to breathe? In this experiment, split water and make oxygen bubbles using electrolysis!

💧 Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
💧 childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

Narwhals are a very mysterious creature of the Arctic. They live closest to pack ice lines and the deepest, coldest wate...
01/11/2023

Narwhals are a very mysterious creature of the Arctic. They live closest to pack ice lines and the deepest, coldest waters of the Arctic, which make them very difficult for scientists to study. What we do know, is most males have at least one tusk and sometimes even two, while females do not. We don't know exactly what the tusk is used for but two ideas are: 1. Used for detecting salt concentrations in the ocean or 2. For attracting a mate. 🧊

It's a 3-day weekend of wintry STEM fun! Visit the Lab Saturday, Sunday, OR Monday to try our special activities! ❄️☃️ O...
01/11/2023

It's a 3-day weekend of wintry STEM fun! Visit the Lab Saturday, Sunday, OR Monday to try our special activities! ❄️

☃️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
☃️ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

It's time for another Kids Night Out— Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lab! Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes mak...
01/09/2023

It's time for another Kids Night Out— Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Lab!

Kids Night Out: We Heart STEM includes making your own stethoscope and listening to your heart, creating a floating rainbow while learning about density, and observing a sheep heart dissection!

This is a fun-filled event just for kids.

💖 Reserve a spot now • childsci.org/kids-night-out-we-heart-stem

Sunday Silly! ☃️
01/08/2023

Sunday Silly! ☃️

The Winter Wonder Lab is still open! Visit the Lab for 2 hours of cozy STEM Fun. ❄️❄️❄️☃️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & Schoo...
01/07/2023

The Winter Wonder Lab is still open! Visit the Lab for 2 hours of cozy STEM Fun. ❄️❄️❄️

☃️ Open Saturday, Sunday, & School Holidays • Timed Entries at 10AM & 2PM
☃️ childsci.org/tickets • Purchase tickets online to save $2 per ticket!

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For this week's , check out New Year's Eve Around the World from the Children's Science Center. Three options during the day on NYE.

Full details- https://www.childsci.org/events-programs/special-events




Learning loss is always a possibility with any break, regardless of the length of time. Though winter break is much shorter than summer break, it’s still taking children out of the classroom for a couple weeks.

Here are a couple activities in the DMV to keep your child engaged while still learning:

Washington Youth Garden - Learn about connecting youth to food, land, & each other

Planet Word Museum - Learn about language

Children's Science Center – Get a science lesson with their Winter Wonder Labs

What’s on your winter activity list?
Neural plasticity in complex functions of brain during specific cognitive tasks
Rethinking about of how a child learns to play the piano in an elementary music school. Precision and accuracy often mean the same thing, but it is not so.
Insights at mechanisms of brain plasticity covers fundamental concepts of neural coding in interaction with modern technics of learning such as sensory-motor control of the activity using digital pattern.
How digital encoding and decoding of a melody can form a high-precision control of the student's actions and confidence in his decisions.
Convert the elements of music notation in digital format to engage a large number of unique neurons and achieve the desired learning rate.
3330.3330.3512.3000.4444.43333223.2050.
3330.3330.3512.3000.4444.4333.3554.2010 Jingle Bells
3345.5432.1123.3020.3345.5432.1123.2010. Ode to Joy Bethoven
The technology of the Digital Key joins the visual analyzer with neuro-motor function of hands and explains, from scientific point of view, the ratio between the load on muscles of eyes and muscles of hands, and also it proves the development of muscular fatigue in hands depending on quantity of eyeballs’ fluctuations. In this study the involved neural and cognitive processes of cortical mechanisms allow to connect brain networks into the single coherent neural center.
https://issuu.com/home/published/digital_key.docx_c457427f660205
NeuromusicLab Reflection Ukraine
Have a Clutter-free Holiday season by giving "experience" gifts instead! Bid on:

CLASSES at Pure Barre, Mason Community Arts Academy, Tiny Dancers, Children's Science Center, Kidcreate Art Studio, Music Makers, My Gym Burke, The Toy Nest, ZavaZone
TICKETS to Washington Capitals, Washington Nationals, Washington Commanders, University Mall Theatres, Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer by City of Fairfax Theatre Company, Gadsby's Tavern Museum or Stabler-Leadbeater Apothecary Museum
QUALITY TIME with Spring-Mar teachers including daycamps, picnics, book clubs & storytimes!
Then get ultra clutter free by bidding on the "Home Organizing" session with Katie Heald!
https://www.32auctions.com/SpringMarAuction2022
What a field trip last week for 1st grade!?!
The children rotated through four stations. They made a hovercraft in the tinker shop. Keva planks were used to make a earthquake friendly structure. They explored science ideas in the exploration hub. They made magnetic slime at the experiment bar.

Thanks Children's Science Center
5th grade enjoyed cool hands-on STEM activities at the Children's Science Center!🧑‍🔬😎
Today Northwest employee volunteers joined with the Children's Science Center to assemble 200 STEM kits for local children. The kits contain a slime experiment and will be distributed to local children by our partner Cornerstones.
Excited to see the growing list of ASTC-member organizations that have purchased Member Bundles for their teams to participate in on November 1 and 3, including the following.

Blue Rhino Design
Children's Science Center
Discovery Center at Murfree Spring
Lawrence Hall of Science
North Dakota's Gateway to Science
Science Center of Iowa
Science Mill
The Discovery - Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum

We ask all to purchase Member Bundles by this Friday to allow time for your teams to register.
https://www.astc.org/virtual/member-bundles/
🎉 It's time to Save. The. Date. 🎉

LOMA's Fall Festival themed Birthday Celebration is coming up this month!

🍁 October 15 • 10am - 1p 🍁

We're going to have a blast celebrating with you! This event is open to the public. On top of the amazing FUN, we are giving away PRIZES!! 🎁

• There will be a door prizes!
• And so much more!

Make sure to register online using our QR code. 📲 https://fb.me/e/2Nb5dlxiV

👉 Comment if you're already a part of the family and if you're joining us as a friend!

🎉 Thank you to all of our sponsors and vendors! 🎉
Tinkergarten with Kelly Calabana
HappyFeet Soccer NOVA
Team Passos Jiu Jitsu Headquarters
Usborne Books & More
Aqua-Tots Swim Schools South Riding
Children's Science Center
Teachables Educational Store
Halal Tikki Food Truck
Bricks 4 Kids


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What an awesome evening at Children's Science Center! Our families had such a wonderful time exploring the lab, building giant structures, creating hover crafts, making slime and more! Thank you everyone at the Children’s Science Center for giving us such an amazing experience!
Experience your eureka moment at any of these fantastic science centers in Virginia! Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center, Danville Science Center, Science Museum of Virginia, Children's Science Center, Mad Science, Science Museum of Western Virginia, Alexandria Archaeology Museum, Challenger Center, MathScience Innovation Center, Virginia Air & Space Science Center
Happy last Saturday before school starts! This is another request (plea) to please consider volunteering for the Family Science Night. Volunteers need to be 16+ and able to commit to the whole time: 5:15 to 7:45 to help set up, manage the activities, and clean up. We still need about 15 volunteers. If we don't get the volunteers, we can't hold the event.
As a reminder, Children's Science Center is hosting this event at no charge. Activities include: Stacking Currency: Financial Literacy, Magnets at Work: Everyday Uses, It’s All Relative: Exploring Gravity in Space, among others. Students will be participating in these hands on experiments, specially designed to provoke interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Would hate for our school to miss this opportunity. Please share with any one else you know- maybe some high schooler needs community service hours? Sign up to volunteer at: https://docs.google.com/.../18VHFcG7AjfjOgHzo.../edit...
It's ! Did you know that VAM supports over 3,000 members including individuals, businesses, and institutions ranging from historic houses to botanical gardens, aquariums and zoos, art museums and galleries, military museums, battlefields, historical societies and more?

Our next highlight for Member Monday is the Children's Science Center in Fairfax, Virginia. The Children’s Science Center is a non-profit organization and interactive museum where children, families, and school groups can explore science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts through fun, engaging hands-on exhibits, activities, and programs. Check out that amazing "Experiment Bar"!

To learn more visit: https://www.childsci.org/

It's not too early to fill your calendars for August! These are just some nonprofit partner events to catch:

1. City Blossoms presents Basil Bonanza
2. A Very Special Variety Show for HIPS
3. OutWrite 2022 with The DC Center
4. Baroque pieces with Washington Bach Consort's string and vocal quartet at The Parks DC
5. Celebrate the James Webb Space Telescope with timed tickets at Children's Science Center
6. Back to school community event with free school supplies, food, snack boxes, live music, and more (Prince William County Community Foundation)
7. "Emergence" art exhibition reception with Justice Arts Coalition at Workhouse Arts Center
8. What Does Overturning Roe Mean for IPV Survivors? with Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse (JCADA)
9. Carpenter's Shelter's Carpenter's Cook-Off Pop-Up signature tasting event on the waterfront with live music from the Jones Point Band

All these events and more at: https://www.cfp-dc.org/blog/2022/07/22/local-nonprofit-bulletin-07-22-22/
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