Session 19: Winter 2018

9 January

Queer Book Club: One Man Guy

time 7 p.m.

The publisher says it’s “a heartfelt, laugh-out-loud-funny story of romance, family, and self-discovery.” What do you say?

user Instructor: Johnna Percell

13 January

Lock Picking

time 2 p.m.

Learn how locks work and how to break them.

user Instructor: David Knauer

17 January

Make the Most of Your Makeup Bag

time 7 p.m.

What’s at the foundation of your makeup bag?

user Instructor: Anthony Kinard

18 January


time 7 p.m.

Reality is trippy.

user Instructor: Simon Kanter

24 January

Can I Really Buy a House in this DC Market?

time 6:30 p.m. Registration is closed

Buying a house or condo in D.C. is expensive, but it may be more possible than you think.

user Instructor: Alex DeLorme and Laura Pimentel

27 January

An Intro to Film Noir + Screening

time 1:30 p.m.

Dive into the fatalistic world of film noir to find out why “dead men are heavier than broken hearts.”

user Instructor: Julia Mazur

3 February

People’s State of the Union

time noon

“We the People.” Meet with others in a story circle to talk about our nation’s past and future. 

user Instructor: Knowledge Commons DC

6 February

35 Questions to Soul & Career

time 6 p.m.

What are the right questions to ask to get to the “aha!” moments in your personal and professional life?

user Instructor: Caitlin Magidson

Queer Book Club: When the Moon Was Ours

time 7 p.m.

A Stonewall Honor Book in 2017, this novel is “such a lush, surprising fable, you half expect birds to fly out of the pages.” – Jeff Giles, New York Times Book Review

user Instructor: Johnna Percell

24 February

Space Weather

time 1 p.m.

What is space weather, why does it matter, and how is it related to the Northern Lights?

user Instructor: Leila Mays