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As always, you can find the full list of events on our main page (including last-minute additions).

⇢ Full List of Events ⇠

Monday, March 4

International Women's Week 2019 Kick Off!, 6:30-8pm at Mindspace (1301 K Street Northwest, 3rd Floor, West Tower). Have you ever wanted to know about the history of International Women’s Day ? Join us as we kick off our inaugural Women’s Week with a brilliant fireside chat featuring Susan Markham of Smash Strategies , who will be discussing the past, present, and future of international women affairs. FREE

Tuesday, March 5

Celebration of Sports in Qatar and the 2022 World Cup - Happy Hour, 6:30-8:30pm at Qatar-America Institute (101 Constitution Ave, Suite 901E). In celebration of sports and the links between the U.S. and Qatar, the Qatar-America Institute would like to invite you to an evening reception and Happy Hour featuring food and drink in Washington, D.C. FREE

Wednesday, March 6

Innovative Lives: James West and Ellington West, 6-8:30pm at Smithsonian National Museum of American History (1300 Constitution Avenue NW). Come hear from Dr. James West, inventor of the electret microphone used in over 90 percent of today’s electronics, and Ellington West, entrepreneur and CEO of Sonavi Labs. Bring questions to ask, or just enjoy learning about how an inventor works and what it takes to succeed as an innovator and entrepreneur! FREE

Thursday, March 7

Lapop + Gregorys Coffee Presents: International Women’s Day panel ‘Dainty Doesn’t Do It’ , 6-8pm at Lapop (1847 Columbia Road NW). To commemorate International Women’s Day, cocktail bar and cultural salon Lapop and Gregorys Coffee will host a free panel on March 7, headlined by some of the region’s most influential women in the culinary industry. The evening will feature complimentary coffee, cocktails, juices, beer and delicious bites, as well as a happy hour mixer with the panelists following the program and music by DJ Tezrah. FREE

Friday, March 8

A Fine Line... Food, Film & Female Heroes in D.C., 6:30-9:30pm at Ana G. Mendez University (514 V. ST NE). Fine Food and Film Created by Women, in honor of International Women's Day in partnership with the Ana G. Mendez University. Experience the award winning film, A Fine Line, while honoring D.C.'s Women Chefs & Restaurateurs. $45

Sunday, March 10

NAFCU Washington DC Reception, 5-7pm at Baby Wale (1124 9th Street Northwest). NAFCU & NAFCU Services invite you to share appetizers and cocktails with us while you are in our hometown of Washington DC in a few weeks. FREE

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