Spring Intersession 2015

1 April

Crunch Time for Taxes! DIY Taxes for Those Who Put It Off

time 7 p.m.

Understanding the tax system might not make doing taxes more fun, but … actually, it will make doing taxes more fun. Promise!

user Instructor: Michelle Kuchinsky

14 April

Everybody Get Your Roth On! Personal Financial Planning

time 7 p.m.

That sounds fun, but what’s a Roth?

user Instructor: Mitchell Berlin

A KCDC Story Slam

KCDC Event time 7:30 p.m.

Share a story, or just listen — there will be plenty of stories to go around.

user Instructor: Simone Fine

2 May

Historic Brookland Walking Tour

time 1 p.m.

Brooklyn? Boring! Brookland? Yes, please!

user Instructor: Caroline Petti

4 May

Science Fiction vs. Science Fact

time 7 p.m.

When you’re golfing on Mars, you can thank science fiction writers and NASA.

user Instructor: Jacob Keaton

5 May

Talking Science: Turning Scientists into Superstar Communicators

time 7 p.m.

How can scientists best transfer their genius into the puny minds of laypeople? Find out.

user Instructor: Sarah DeWitt

6 May

NASA: A History in Images

time 7 p.m.

A space photographer explains it all.

user Instructor: Chris Gunn

7 May

The Economics of Space Exploration

time 7 p.m.

Discover the economic history of space exploration, and what it means for expansion into the solar system.

user Instructor: Dr. Alex MacDonald

9 May

Spring Tree Identification

time 1 p.m.

Recover from cherry blossom fever with a tour of D.C.’s less-hyped, but just as interesting, trees.

user Instructor: Gabriel Popkin

28 May

Topiaries: Snip It!

time 7:15 p.m.

Do you look at shrubbery and think “poodle” or “dinosaur”? Your calling awaits.

user Instructor: Cindy Brown

Movie Night at City Blossoms: ‘Edward Scissorhands’

KCDC Event time 8:30 p.m.

Now that we’ve learned all about topiaries, let’s watch Johnny Depp in action!

user Instructor: KCDC