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The series spanned three nights: August 17, September 7, and October As a national thought leader in the field of historic preservation, Brent is a Harvard Loeb Fellow and senior field officer at the National Trust for Historic Preservation based in Washington, D. The running surface included paved and unpaved pathways. Activities for all ages included: a petting zoo, pony rides, arts and crafts including a top hat station and card making for veterans , food vendors and picnic grounds, live music from the U.
Cemetery tours and wreath-laying ceremony are FREE and open to the public. A brief ceremony took place at the Cottage following the ride.
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Levinas, Jason Silverman of Winthrop University, and other experts. This program was supported by the Interpretation and Education Fund of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, an endowed fund made possible by a challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Butterfield, Friday February Keynote speaker Congressman G. This program included inspirational readings and musical interludes.
Guests enjoyed live music, drinks and desserts, a photo booth, historical interpretation throughout the Cottage, and a midnight toast. Edwards, opened in selected theaters in November of Special thanks to our partners DC Brau and Woodford Reserve for donating craft beer and bourbon for our program.
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This unique event provided the general public with a rare opportunity for runners and walkers alike to race on the acre Armed Forces Retirement Home AFRH campus. The race traversed the picturesque AFRH grounds, on roads and paths that wind past ponds, woods, and fields. As a cross country-style course, the running surface included paved and unpaved terrain.
Olympic champion and running icon Joan Benoit Samuelson was the guest of honor at the race. Free activities included: a petting zoo, pony rides, arts and crafts including a top hat station and card marking for veterans , food vendors and picnic grounds, live music from the U.
Cemetery tours and wreath-laying ceremony were free and open to the public. Emancipation Act to all patrons.
Poet Laureate Dolores Kendrick opened a day of recitations with a dramatic performance of the Gettysburg Address at am. Throughout the day, groups and individuals united on the Cottage veranda to recite the Gettysburg Address together each hour starting at am and ending at pm. The historic grounds of the Armed Forces Retirement Home opened to the public, free of charge, for a day of celebration and entertainment. Christopher Sten, Professor of English at George Washington University, introduced the film and led a brief discussion following the film.
Emancipation Day. Native Community Round Dance Planning Committee partnered to present a weekend of reflection and remembrance honoring the th anniversary of the U. On Saturday October 21, we screened Dakota 38, a documentary film about the mass hanging of 38 Dakota warriors.
Watson, and filmmaker Silas Hagerty led a conversation and discussed the special exhibit on display, Commemorating Controversy: The Dakota — U. War of The enslaved people in Washington, D. On April 16, President Lincoln signed the Compensated Emancipation Act, for the release of certain persons held to service or labor in the District of Columbia, making D.geymassdajitni.gq
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Sign Up Sign Up. We have a plan for every budget. All plans include a free trial and enjoy the same features. Cancel anytime. Learn more about Premium. Educational Videos View our short videos about Presidents' Day and extend your students' knowledge with the extension activities prepared for each video. Includes reading short biographies of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln and creating a mini-book on each, as well as learning the requirements to be president and the election process. Students will learn a more personal side to the president, such as his children or pets, and White House traditions.
Includes solving word problems after learning biography information and decoding quotes. George Washington Word Problems Quotations by Famous Presidents More Math Activities for Presidents' Day Presidents' Day Activities for Language Arts Your students' reading and writing skills will be expanded with these warm-ups and comprehension questions, along with writing exercises using creative thinking skills. History Take a look into history with these Presidents' Day resources. Includes reading passages about different presidents, a KWL chart, and creating a pop-up book. History References Refer to our resources on Presidents Day to enhance your lessons and students' learning, as well as reading skills.
Includes learning about a president, then creating and illustrating a mini-book, as well as completing a timeline. Presidents' Biographies Additional Presidents' Day Resources If you enjoyed these resources for Presidents' Day, click the links below to see our resources for more information regarding presidents, elections and the government.