Logan Circle Community Association News and Events

09/14/2011

Room & Board Hosts LCCA on September 14. Our first LCCA community meeting of the fall season will take place on Wednesday, September 14, at Room & Board, 1840 14th Street, N.W. Join us from 7 to 9 p.m. for a brief business meeting, followed by a presentation on interior design for compact spaces—with an emphasis on color—from Room & Board staff and Lowell Wade, ASID. Refreshments will be served! And be sure to sign up at the meeting to win an hour of complimentary interior design services from Lowell Wade or a gift card from ACE (“a few cool”) Hardware Stores. If you have a great big house, come anyway—it’s going to be a fun night!

 

WalkingTown DC in Logan Circle is September 24-25. Cultural Tourism DC’s WalkingTown DC/Biking Town DC offers more than 150 walking and biking tours throughout the District of Columbia for two weeks between September 23 and October 2. Join LCCA Vice President Tim Christensen for a tour of Historic Logan Circle and a preview of the Logan Circle Heritage Trail from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 24, and again on Sunday, September 25. Reservations are required for the Logan Circle tour. For more information and reservations, link to the Walkingtown DC/Bikingtown DC page or call 202-661-7581.

 

LCCA Happy Hour at Cork & Fork Is September 27. Cork & Fork is hosting a Logan Circle community wine tasting at its store at 1522 14th Street, N.W. (14th and Church Streets) on Tuesday, September 27, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. This is a strictly social event—no meeting to sit through and four delightful wines to sip! Space is limited and priority will be given to current LCCA members. To register: (1) e-mail lccamembership@gmail.com between 9 a.m. Thursday, September 15, and 5 p.m. Saturday, September 17 and; (2) enter “Wine Tasting” in the subject line and include your name in the message. Your Individual or Senior membership is limited to one registered guest; Household, Benefactor, Business/Sponsor, and Leadership members may include a request for up to two tickets. By 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 20, you will receive a response e-mail confirming your registration or placing you on a mailing list.

 

LCCA Community Meeting at Studio Theatre. On Wednesday, October 12, we will celebrate our annual joint meeting with LCCA’s long-time community partner, the Studio Theatre. Join us from 7 to 9 p.m. for a festive evening consisting of a (short) business meeting, a tour of the theater, and a wine and cheese reception.

 

Annual LCCA Potluck and Awards Dinner Is Wednesday, November 9. LCCA provides carving stations and everyone brings a dish to pass. It’s old-fashioned 20th-century fun for Millenials, Gen Y, Gen X, Boomers, and Seniors! Make your favorite dish—mac and cheese, meatloaf, green bean casserole, Waldorf salad, rolls from Giant (just ideas) and join us for annual elections, awards, and great food! Washington Plaza Hotel, 10 Thomas Circle, N.W., from 7 to 9 p.m.

 

Signature Event! The 33rd Annual Logan Circle Holiday House Tour is Sunday, December 4. If you haven’t been, you are in for a treat! About a dozen fabulous houses in the neighborhood are open to the public for four hours (1 to 5 p.m.) on the first Sunday in December. Relish the architecture, interior design, and art during an afternoon of sights as well as live music and a Wassail Reception (read: free refreshments!) at Studio Theatre. This is LCCA’s only fundraiser, and we depend on your support for projects such as the Logan Circle Heritage Trail. Watch for ticket announcements.

 

Related Community News and Events

 

Workshop on “Better Brain Fitness” at Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library. On Tuesday, September 20 at 2 p.m., the DC Public Library is sponsoring a workshop on “Memory and Mind: Better Brain Fitness.” Having memory problems? Difficulty remembering names or dates? Do you lose focus mid-sentence? Susan I. Wranik shares important tips from her book on memory fitness. Learn how to save your memory and your mind, and learn tips and tricks for quicker recall. Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library, 1630 7th Street, NW.

 

Studio Theatre’s 2011 Fall Benefit Is Tuesday, October 11. The evening begins at 6 pm with a pre-show cocktail reception and dinner at Logan Circle’s Commissary restaurant. Following dinner, guests will walk to The Studio Theatre for a special performance of Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art, followed by a dessert reception with the actors and director.

 

The Habit of Art is a clever and moving exploration of creativity, desire, and the tenacity of the artistic spirit from the author of The History Boys. In the depths of London’s National Theatre, actors are working on a new play about two artists late in their careers, a play about a meeting between the composer Benjamin Britten and his former collaborator, poet W. H. Auden, after a 25-year break in their friendship. David Muse, The Studio Theatre’s Artistic Director, will direct The Habit of Art, described by The Daily Telegraph as “funny, moving, a whirligig of ideas.” Tickets to the Fall Benefit are $250 each. If you would like to be a part of this exciting event, please contact Helen Aberger at (202) 232-7267, or haberger@studiotheatre.org, who will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Studio looks forward to celebrating the launch of the 2011-2012 season with you!

 

Join us on the Web at www.LoganCircle.org.

 

We look forward to seeing you at all LCCA-sponsored events! Questions? Contact Tim Christensen at 202-641-6934 or tim.christensen@logancircle.org.

 

 

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