National Trust for Historic Preservation

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Sep
6
Wed
Vintage Game Night – Sept 6 @ President Woodrow Wilson House
Sep 6 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
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Join us on the first Wednesday of every month, from 5:30 – 8pm, for our Vintage Game Night!

The museum will be open after hours for this happy hour event. $15 ticket price includes entrance to the museum, 2 drink vouchers, gaming munchies, and all-you-can-play vintage board games. Additional drinks can be purchased for $5 each.

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Located just above Dupont Circle, the President Woodrow Wilson House is the authentically furnished 1920s home where our 28th President moved from the White House. Lounge where Wilson would have lounged, play games the Wilson family would have played (from the 1920s, 30s and 40s) and enjoy a unique game night experience unlike anything else in DC.

Tickets are best purchased online. Limited walk-ins are taken on a first come, first served basis. We hope to see you there!

Questions or concerns? sandrews@woodrowwilsonhouse.org

 

Oct
4
Wed
Vintage Game Night – Oct 4 @ President Woodrow Wilson House
Oct 4 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Vintage Game Night Logo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join us on the first Wednesday of every month, from 5:30 – 8pm, for our Vintage Game Night!

The museum will be open after hours for this happy hour event. $15 ticket price includes entrance to the museum, 2 drink vouchers, gaming munchies, and all-you-can-play vintage board games. Additional drinks can be purchased for $5 each.

Buy Tickets Button

 

Located just above Dupont Circle, the President Woodrow Wilson House is the authentically furnished 1920s home where our 28th President moved from the White House. Lounge where Wilson would have lounged, play games the Wilson family would have played (from the 1920s, 30s and 40s) and enjoy a unique game night experience unlike anything else in DC.

Tickets are best purchased online. Limited walk-ins are taken on a first come, first served basis. We hope to see you there!

Questions or concerns? sandrews@woodrowwilsonhouse.org

 

Oct
7
Sat
Food on Both Fronts: Donut Making with Sugar Shack (11AM)
Oct 7 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Donut Dolly Stella Young Whether you prefer ‘Donuts’ or ‘Doughnuts’, for generations Americans have been enjoying these tasty treats.  Come learn a short history of the donut and its significance during WWI then meet the folks from Sugar Shack as they demonstrate donut making in our historic kitchen. Decorate your own donut and compare to a sample of the Salvation Army recipe served to the WWI troops.

Ticketed event, $20. (Recommended for Adults or children ages 8+.)

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(Also offered at 1pm)


About Sugar Shack 

Sugar Shack logoSugar Shack Donuts
Sugar Shack Donuts opened in June of 2013 in a small corner building in Richmond’s Carver community. Since then, local Sugar Shack owner Rob Krupicka has opened locations in Arlington and Alexandria and is working to debut the first DC location (any day now!) in the Shaw neighborhood.Each Sugar Shack uses products specific to their locality as much as possible. Coffee from ethical farms, teas from local shops, and fresh herbs and produce help each Sugar Shack stay tied in with the community even further. Most importantly though, donuts and coffee are made the right way, hand rolled and hand cut in small batches throughout the day.  Visit the Sugar Shack DC-Shaw facebook or twitter page for updates on the opening in Shaw.
Food on Both Fronts: Donut Making with Sugar Shack (1PM)
Oct 7 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Donut Dolly Stella Young Whether you prefer ‘Donuts’ or ‘Doughnuts’, for generations Americans have been enjoying these tasty treats.  Come learn a short history of the donut and its significance during WWI then meet the folks from Sugar Shack as they demonstrate donut making in our historic kitchen. Decorate your own donut and compare to a sample of the Salvation Army recipe served to the WWI troops.

Ticketed event, $20. (Recommended for Adults or children ages 8+.)

Register Now Button


About Sugar Shack 

Sugar Shack logoSugar Shack Donuts
Sugar Shack Donuts opened in June of 2013 in a small corner building in Richmond’s Carver community. Since then, local Sugar Shack owner Rob Krupicka has opened locations in Arlington and Alexandria and is working to debut the first DC location (any day now!) in the Shaw neighborhood.Each Sugar Shack uses products specific to their locality as much as possible. Coffee from ethical farms, teas from local shops, and fresh herbs and produce help each Sugar Shack stay tied in with the community even further. Most importantly though, donuts and coffee are made the right way, hand rolled and hand cut in small batches throughout the day.  Visit the Sugar Shack DC-Shaw facebook or twitter page for updates on the opening in Shaw.