Looking for exciting virtual events this summer. Well, look no further than WEE Nation's Calendar to stay informed. Coming up this week October 21 - October 28, 2020...
CRYSTALLINE a Submerge by ARTECHOUSE DC Experience
October 15 - January 3, 2020
Inspired by blue’s dependable qualities, Crystalline in D.C. explores the color’s connection with earth and crystals through a journey that is both an adventure and a contemplation—an exploration through an illusory, blue-hued castle. Representative of our desire for a stable foundation that often feels out of reach during these turbulent times, this surreal yet familiar place offers guests a refuge from the everyday. Discover creative curiosities in each room as you learn more about your surroundings and yourself. Submerge yourself in the sights, sounds and sensations of Classic Blue.
Image Source: Archtechouse DC
For more information including ticketing and COVID-19 procedures visit DC Artechouse
Uncle Devin & WEE Nation Radio's Virtual Events
Amplifying Black Voices in Family Music
Streamed Live on Saturday, September 19 & 20, 2020 at 3 pm - 5 pm EST
Kukuza is Swahili for amplify, and this festival is here to amplify Black voices with a spectacular lineup of Grammy-winning and Grammy-nominated artists with live performances across a range of genres for the entire family, including Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr, Alphabet Rockers, Pierce Freelon, and more.
Kukuza Fest is powered by WEE Nation Radio in association with the Family Music Forward Collective.
If you missed it, visit WEE Nation Radio's Kukuza Fest event page for videos of Day 1 and Day 2 as well as more details on how to contribute via donation, future event sponsorship or contact us. You will also find more information on Family Music Forward.
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The Uncle Devin Show® is a live, interactive musical experience for children by renowned drummer Devin Walker. The show cultivates the minds of children through percussion instruments and is a dynamic cross between DC’s Trouble Funk and Schoolhouse Rock. Great for preschool and school-age kids!
Wolf Trap Park Pop-Ups in Vienna, VA
Uncle Devin's Park Pop-Ups debuted at Wolf Trap on August 8, 2020. If you missed it, don't worry, click here to stream now.
Plan to spend some time with stellar music in your own living room!
Wolf Trap’s virtual Park Pop-Ups series brings music and more straight to your home. Featuring local area artists, Park Pop-Ups performances are recorded live at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts and later streamed online. A part of Wolf Trap Sessions, these pre-recorded Park Pop-Ups bring a small piece of summer to your home.
Visit Wolf Trap's calendar for a complete line-up of upcoming events including their Drive-in Theater series.
Ongoing Virtual Programming for the Entire Family
Adventure Theater & ATMTC Academy has a variety of programs to uplift BIPOC artists, playwrights, actors and authors via Facebook Live on Sundays at 2 pm EST. Facebook Live Virtual Events
Visit Adventure Theatre to learn more.
JAZZ HOUSE KiDS
Now in its 15th year, JAZZ HOUSE KiDS is the only community arts organization in New Jersey exclusively dedicated to educating children through jazz: America’s home-grown art form. In the schools, at the Jazz House and in our community, we give students an artistic edge – music, mentoring, education and apprenticeship at work!
Lunch Time Live Series with CHRISTIAN McBRIDE + MELISSA WALKER Tuesdays weekly at 12 pm.
Each week we feature one of our talented teaching artists or friends in performance live on the Montclair Jazz Festival Facebook page.
Register in advance for Lunch Time Live here.
For information on future events visit, jazzhousekids.org.
Reginald Lewis Museum of Maryland African American of History & Culture
The Museum re-opened to the public on Thursday, September 10, 2020. Be sure to visit their website to review their safety guidelines. Visit https://lewismuseum.org/events/list/ for more information.
January 31, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join consultant and leadership coach Imani Chapman as she dives into the challenges and opportunities of raising an anti-racist child, from refining our own analysis of race to understanding the intersections between race and child-development. Click Here to Register. This is the third of three programs presented in partnership with the Jewish Museum of Maryland and Chizuk Amuno Congregation within the series, Jews of Color, Jewish Institutions, and Jewish Community in the Age of #Black Lives Matter. Click here to learn more about the…
To register for this free event and information on COVID-19 procedures, click here.
New! Strathmore Virtual Offerings
We hope to see you Saturday mornings for Family Jam Sessions (great for kids!) and Wednesday evenings for Live from the Living Room concerts featuring our Artists in Residence and more.
Please keep a close eye on Strathmore’s Facebook page as the central home for live and recorded video content to brighten your days of social distancing.
The National Children's Museum's Head in the Clouds Free Virtual Field Trips
Interactive learning awaits! National Children’s Museum has developed virtual field trip experiences for young learners. Come explore the Museum, meet our educators, and dive-in to STEAM topics and activities. All content is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. A great resource for parents, teachers and caregivers of 1st - 4th graders, but would excite people of all ages. Visit nationalchildrensmuseum.org for more information.
The Prince George's County Memorial Library System (PGCMLS) and children's author Antoine Lunsford are collaborating on the launch of a new virtual event series called "Antoine and Friends: Local Children's Author Series." Every Friday at 11 am this summer, local children and families will have the opportunity to hear authors who live and work in the community read their books. For more information visit PGCMLS.
Our friends with Sparks for Success is a non-profit organization based in Austin, TX that helps to change the lives of incarcerated children through music. They work with students experiencing traumas resulting from parental incarceration. They have developed Virtual Music Therapy videos to share coping mechanisms with children and their families. Go to SparksForSuccess.org for more information.
Grab your shakers, bells or anything that makes a fun noise and join the DC Public Library on Facebook Live for Virtual Story Time. For more information, go to DCLibrary.org.