The Jewish Community Center offers a wide array of fitness classes, educational programs, films, discussion groups. You don't have to be Jewish to participate. The Center is currently under renovation, but many of the programs are being held nearby.
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Byte Back's mission is to improved economic opportunity by providing computer training and career preparation to underserved Washington, DC metro area residents. Volunteers also welcome.
In addition to a food pantry and worship activities, the National City Christian Church offers music Fridays at 12:15 pm.
St. Columba's Episcopal Church offers many activities for all ages.
The Foundry United Methodist church has many activities for the community, including lectures, volunteer work, and music. Check out the Calendar page to see what is going on!
The Kennedy Center offers many cultural events, including free concerts every evening on their millenium stage, and live streamed performances.
Temple Sinai offers a wide array of education opportunities during the day which are open to the public, including a lunchtime lecture series.
Sibley Memorial Hospital invites you to become a member of the Sibley Senior Association, to help you maintain your good health. With over 7,000 members the annual fee for new members is $20 for one person and $38 for two people at the same address. They offer a wide range of classes, seminars, events, and discounts.
George Washington University offers residents 60+ who live in the neighborhoods surrounding GW's Foggy Bottom and Mount Vernon campuses, specifically zip codes 20037 and 20006 the opportunity to audit classes.
People over 65 years can audit undergraduate level courses at Georgetown University for $50 a class.