Eat from the hands of many Shaw vendors, drink all the Rosé, relax to a Notre Dame-inspired concert, and gamble with paper money at the Embassy of France. All this week!

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

⇢ Full List of Events ⇠

Wednesday, April 24

EAT.DRINK.SHAW., 7-9:30pm at Howard Theatre (620 T Street, Northwest). The Shaw neighborhood’s annual celebration of the best food and drink its restaurants and bars have to offer is back! Join us for a night of stellar cuisine, cocktails, and beers from this year's Host Committee of chefs, restaurateurs, mixologists, and brewers. Enjoy unlimited sips and noshes throughout the evening plus live music and dancing. Doors open at 7pm. $80

Thursday, April 25

Calvert Woodley's Annual Rosé Tasting, 6-8pm at University of the District of Columbia, Student Center | Heritage Hall (4200 Connecticut Ave, NW). Join us for a walk-around tasting of the 2018 vintage, featuring 30 rosés from around the world. From Provence, France to New Zealand to California, and many places in between, we'll have something for everyone! This walk-around tasting will also feature a buffet of gourmet cheeses, breads, and charcuterie from our very own #LaCheeserie! $25

Friday, April 26

Concert: Together with Notre-Dame de Paris, 7pm at Basilic of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception Join us  for a free concert celebrating the spiritual and cultural significance of Notre-Dame de Paris in the world and the hope for its future. The program will feature Johann Vexo, organist at Notre-Dame de Paris, and the choir of the Basilica. Johann Vexo was playing at Notre-Dame when the fire started on April 15th. He is the last musician to have performed there. FREE

Saturday, April 27

French Embassy Monte Carlo Gala, 8:30-11:45pm at Embassy of France (4101 Reservoir Road Northwest). Open bar, food, European Ballroom Dancing, casino games, late night DJ dancing, chocolates from throughout Europe, and hundreds of young professionals.$85

Sunday, April 28

Ken Burns and the American Story, 5pm at National Gallery of Art (East Building Auditorium, 4th Street and Pennsylvania Ave NW). Ken Burns, filmmaker, in conversation with David M. Rubenstein, co-founder and co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, chairman of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, trustee of the National Gallery of Art, and chairman of the Smithsonian InstitutionFREE

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