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Evenings with Extraordinary Artists

Evenings with Extraordinary Artists beams a spotlight on exceptional talent in the Washington metropolitan region. Poets, choreographers, instrumentalists, painters, dance ensembles, and vocalists have all been featured in this series that typically takes place on the 4th Wednesday of the month.

Doors open at 6:30 pm and the performance is at 7 pm. A light reception of wine and hors d’oeuvres both precedes and follows the program, affording guests the opportunity to socialize with one another and the featured artists.

Cost is $20 for the public, and $10 for Arts Club members. Reservations should be made by 3 pm on the day preceding the event. Evenings with Extraordinary Artists is sponsored by the Outreach Committee, chaired by long-time arts patron and activist Evelyn Woolston.

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