Members of the Dance
Institute of Washington. SHARE JACQUELINE KENNEDY'S
SHARE JACQUELINE KENNEDY'S SHARE JACQUELINE KENNEDY'S Courtesy, Dance Institute of LOVE OF HISTORY AND
LOVE OF FASHION LOVE OF THE PERFORMING ARTS
INTEREST IN HISTORIC PRESERVATION
Ann Lowe: A First Lady's Gowns Jacqueline Kennedy: Defining "Tea with Jackie and Me" Design Your Future: Role Model Designing Camelot: Behind the Jacqueline Kennedy and Women's History Comes to Life
Music Close to Her Heart Summer Dramatic Season
The Black Fashion Museum Style as a First Lady – An Ritz-Carlton Hotel Workshop for Teens and Scenes of the Kennedy White Her Legacy Sewall-Belmont House
and Mind Olney Theatre Center for the Arts
Ann Lowe: A First Lady's
Evening with Hamish Bowles College Students Friday Morning Music Club
House Restoration Betsy Ross Tours From Susan B. Anthony to
"Tea with Jackie and Me" CANDIDA by George
Gowns focuses on Ann Lowe Corcoran Gallery of Art National Museum of Women in Corcoran Gallery of Art Alice Paul, discover more
includes tickets to Jacqueline Bernard Shaw May 21 - June Jacqueline Kennedy believed
(1898-1981), couturier to du WHITE HOUSE-INSPIRED than 150 years of the
In a lively slide-filled pres-
Kennedy: The White House the Arts 23 $$ Jacqueline Kennedy's quest Washington, DC should be a
Ponts, Roosevelts, Vanderbilts, MUSICAL PROGRAMS, June national and international
entation, fashion expert and
Years, deluxe transportation to bring beauty and history showcase for American his-
and the Bouvier family. The Jacqueline Kennedy had an 7 and 14 at 12 noon. At the women's movement
to and from the Corcoran TWELFTH NIGHT by William to the President's House led tory, art and architecture.
award-winning African Vogue Editor-at-Large eye for design – do you have Sumner School Museum, through stories of women's
Gallery of Art, and tea at the Shakespeare FREE with reser- to the most influential This bus tour features the
American designer created Hamish Bowles discusses a talent for it? In these role 17th and M Sts., NW. Metro: courageous work for indi-
Ritz with a talk by Mr. Monte vations redecoration of the White American fine arts collection
Jacqueline Kennedy's Farragut North vidual freedoms. View the
the wedding gown that
approach to style and how
Durham, local historian and model workshops at NMWA, Showcasing Young Dancers Voices for Children Summer Concerts House in its history. Join of the Department of State
Jacqueline Bouvier wore for students meet a professional THE LARAMIE PROJECT by fine collection of art and
expert on Mrs. Kennedy, plus FRIDAY MORNING MUSIC The Dance Institute of Washington Festival/Concert In Honor DC Youth Orchestra James Abbott and Elaine Diplomatic Reception
her marriage to then- she used clothing and woman designer, explore Moisés Kaufman and the antiques and the special
informal modeling of vintage CLUB CHORALE CONCERT Rice Bachmann, co-authors .
Rooms, the John F Kennedy
Senator John F Kennedy of image to convey her primary
1960s couture clothing from aspects of the design field WITH ORCHESTRA FEATURING
members of Tectonic Theater The Dance Institute of of World Refugee Day CONCERTO COMPETITION Center for the Performing
exhibits, including original
interests and concerns. As of Designing Camelot: The cartoons by Nina Allender,
Massachusetts. Open by Alex Designed Consigner. through participation in a Project July 9 - Aug. 11 $$ Washington provides show- World Children's Choir WINNERS PERFORMANCE, Arts, and Lafayette Square.
creative consultant for The MUSIC OF MOZART AND Kennedy White House Rest- a reflection of early 19th-
appointment 2007 Vermont June 14, 21, 28, 11:45 a.m. - design project, and learn what MENDELSSOHN, June 14 at cases for young dancers to June 9 at 7 p.m. Lincoln Visit Jacqueline Kennedy:
Metropolitan Museum of Potomac Theatre Project oration, as they go behind century suffragist activities,
Ave., NW. Metro: U Street/ 4 p.m. reservations required, it takes to succeed. Aug. 3, 11 7:30 p.m. At the First Baptist perform in critically The Festival features Theatre, 13th & U Streets, NW. The White House Years at
Art, Bowles was responsible In Repertory the scenes of the Kennedy and African American
Cardozo. 202-667-0744 202-835-0500. $$$ 1150 a.m. - 1 p.m. 1250 New York Church, 16th and O Sts., NW. July 15 - Aug. 11 $ acclaimed productions, Metropolitan area children Metro: U-Street/Cardozo, the Corcoran Gallery of Art
for organizing and mounting White House Restoration Women of Distinction.
22nd St., NW. Metro: Foggy Ave., NW. Metro: Metro Metro: Dupont Circle including the annual Spirit of in concert, June 8 at 7 p.m. followed by a light lunch.
Jacqueline Kennedy: The via period photographs,
Bottom/GWU Center. 202-783-5000 A KIND OF ALASKA by Kwanzaa presented by the SUMMER CONCERTS, June
White House Years, on view Family Workshop: personal anecdotes, and June 6, 12, 26, July 22, Tuesdays - Fridays, 11 a.m. -
Ann Lowe: A Humanities Salon FRIDAY MORNING MUSIC Harold Pinter Kennedy Center and 22, June 28, July 12, July
at the Corcoran Gallery of International Folk Song Sing- archival sources. Aug. 22 at Aug. 14, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. 3 p.m. Saturdays, 12 noon -
CLUB ORCHESTRA IN CON- Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters, 19, July 26, August 2 at 7
The Humanities Council of Art. July 18 at 7 p.m. $$ SCOTLAND ROAD by along, June 22 at 10 a.m. 7 p.m. $$ 500 17th St., NW. $$$ Bus departs from the 4 p.m. 144 Constitution
Celebrate Jacqueline Kennedy's A Style of Her Own: CERT, June 23 at 3 p.m. At
a children's ballet based on p.m. Coolidge Senior High
Metro: Farragut West or Columbus Statue in front of Ave., NE. Metro: Union
Washington, DC and the Black Corcoran Gallery of Art Bishop Ireton High School, a lovely African folktale from School, 6315 Fifth Street,
Auditorium, 500 17th St., Influences with Tea at Jackie's Panache 301 Cambridge Road,
Family Workshop: Gilbert &
NW. Metro: Takoma.
Farragut North. 202-639-1770 Union Station. Metro: Union Station or Capitol South.
Fashion Museum NW. Metro: Farragut West.
PLEVNA: MEDITATIONS ON Zimbabwe. Sullivan Sing-along, July 20 Station. Reservations: 202-546-1210
Strathmore Hall Union Station Alexandria, VA. 202-333-2075 HATRED, by Howard Barker at 10 a.m. 202-723-1612 202-364-1954
The Humanities Council of 202-639-1770 Spring Recital June 2 at 3 An Eye to the Future, A Voice
Strathmore Hall Arts Center Union Station celebrates THE AFTER DINNER JOKE, p.m. $ Lincoln Theatre,
Washington, DC and the Pirates of Penzance by for the Past: Jacqueline
Jacqueline Kennedy's flair for by Caryl Churchill 1215 U St., NW. Metro: U The Kennedys' Impact on The Kennedys as Democratic
Black Fashion Museum pres- Come to Strathmore Hall for Live Concert: Music at the White Gilbert & Sullivan, Aug. 10 Summer Theater Kennedy and the Preservation
ent a public forum on this First Ladies: Political Role and Specialty Teas to celebrate
fashion with special discounts Street/Cardozo at 7 p.m. Capitol Hill Standard-bearers
for Kennedy fans at stores House During the Kennedy COFFEE WITH RICHELIEU, Arena Stage
important African American Public Image and discuss Jacqueline Mufaro's Beautiful Daughters
of Lafayette Square Woman's National Democratic Club
designer. Leading the dis- featuring the latest incarna- Years by Norman Allen $ St. Peter's Episcopal A MOON FOR THE MISBE- US Capitol Historical Society
National Museum of American Kennedy's influence on fash-
tions of her trend-setting style. Aug. 20-Sept. 22 $$ Aug. 2 at 7 p.m. Carter Church, 4250 N. Glebe Washington Walks
cussion will be guest speak- ion and style, her support of Pope John Paul II Cultural Center GOTTEN by Eugene O'Neill, Four Wednesday lunch-time An exhibit of materials from
History, Smithsonian Institution A guide and discount book Barron Amphitheater, 4850 Road, Arlington, VA. Metro:
ers Robin Givhan, Fashion the arts, and her leadership in 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, April 26 - June 16 $$-$$$ Jacqueline Kennedy's lectures (bring your own the WNDC archives as well
are available at the Colorado Ave., NW, and Ballston. 703-883-0920
Editor for The Washington historic preservation. As First Mendelssohn Piano Trio pres- 1101 Sixth St., SW. Metro: appreciation of 19th-centu- brown bag lunch) examine as items on loan from
The evolving role of the First Information Desk. Mon-Sat, Olney, MD. 301-924-3400 Aug. 6-10 at 11:15 a.m.
Post, and historian C.R. Lady, she contributed to the ents several works that were Waterfront. 202-488-3300 ry architecture and her pas- Jack Kennedy's congres- members' personal collec-
Lady is explored through 10 a.m. - 9 p.m. and Sunday Wolf Trap Farm Park,
Gibbs. June 23 at 3 p.m. growth of the historic preser- performed at the Kennedy sion for Washington's histo- sional career and subse- tions including photo-
over 500 photos, 300 objects Vienna, VA. 202-371-9656
Free, reservations required vation movement in the
12 noon - 6 p.m. 40 White House including WAMA Crosstown Jam PRECIOUS MEMORIES
ry led to her involvement in quent relationship with graphs, original signatures,
and 20 gowns worn by Massachusetts Ave., NE. A Shakespearean Passion WORKSHOP: PRESERVING
by June 17: 202-387-8391. United States and elevated Mendelssohn's Trio No.1 in D Washington Area Music Association saving Lafayette Square. Congress as President; the club newsletters and mis-
Dolley Madison, Nancy Metro: Union Station. AND SHARING THROUGH
True Reformer Building,
Reagan, and many others the public's understanding minor (op. 49) and Folger Shakespeare Library Hear about the citizens and Congress and foreign cellaneous items relating to
202-289-1908 THE ARTS Explore your fami-
1200 U St., NW. Metro: U
including Jacqueline and appreciation of the Schubert's Trio in B Flat In the Boom Boom Room by Now in its 16th year, the
ly's history from an artistic
buildings that shaped affairs during the Kennedy the life and times of
Street/Cardozo nation's heritage. July 16 and Major (D. 898). They will also Share Jackie Kennedy's love Jam runs the spectrum from Lafayette Square and the President John F. Kennedy
Kennedy's gray Oleg Cassini David Rabe perspective in this week-long Administration; and Jackie
July 17, 1 p.m. $$ 10701 play Beethoven's Kakadu of Shakespeare at the world's blues to bluegrass and jazz proposed plans that threat- and First Lady Jacqueline
suit. Explore the political role workshop. July 8 - 12 Kennedy's role in the cultur-
Rockville Pike, North Variations (op. 121a), which largest Shakespeare collec- Project Y Theater Company to alternative rock, R&B and ened to alter its character Kennedy. June 1 - July 31,
of First Lady, the public per- al life of Capitol Hill,
Bethesda, MD, Metro: is a specialty of the group. A tion. Tour the Folger's nation- hip hop. The musicians IMPROVISATION: A LIVING irrevocably. The walk con- Mondays - Fridays, 10 a.m.
ception of the position, and The stark modern drama including her involvement
Grosvenor/Strathmore, champagne and cake recep- al landmark building with its donate their time and talent, STAGE WORKSHOP will cludes with a tour of either - 5 p.m., free admission to
the contributions of First centers on the life of a go- in historic preservation,
Reservations: 301-530-0540 tion will follow the July 28 Elizabethan-inspired theater, and the venues donate their stimulate your imagination the Decatur House Museum exhibit. Tea served Tuesdays
Ladies to national life. 10 go dancer, her various which helped inspire the
performance to celebrate exhibit hall, and garden. admission charges to chari- and sharpen your improvisa- or The Octagon. June 1, 8, - Fridays, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m.
a.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily. 14th boyfriends, a mother who founding of the US Capitol
Jacqueline Kennedy's Birthday. Lovers of the Bard, young ties. Showcasing the talents tional skills in this three-day July 6, 20, Aug. 3, 17 at 2 $ reservations required.
St. and Constitution Ave., NW. didn't want her, a racist Historical Society. Aug. 7,
June 30 and July 28 at 4 and old, will enjoy a multi- of artists who give back to intensive workshop designed p.m. $ Meet at McPherson 1526 New Hampshire Ave.,
Metro: Smithsonian or Federal father and more. While at 14, 21, and 28, 12 noon -
p.m. 3900 Harewood Rd., NE media installation featuring the community. June 23, to create cutting edge, Square Metro, White House NW. Metro: Dupont Circle.
Triangle. 202-357-2700 Brown University, John F. 1 p.m. The Capitol
Metro: CUA/Brookland. more than 250 objects from 4 - 11 p.m. and Aug. 25, socially charged theater. July exit. Reservations required: 202-232-7363
Kennedy, Jr. starred in a stu- Complex, location TBD.
Reservations required, the collection and recordings 4 - 11 p.m. $ Carter Barron 16 - 18, $$-$$$, Living 202-484-1565.
dent production of this play. Metro: Union Station or
202-635-5434. of sonnets and soliloquies by Amphitheatre, 4850 Stage, 14th and T Sts., NW.
June 5 - July 3 $ Source Capitol South. 202-543-8919
the world's great actors. Colorado Ave., NW.
Theatre, 1835 14th St., NW. Metro: U Street/Cardozo. Saving Lafayette Square: A Jacqueline Kennedy's
Children's Guides are avail- 202-338-1134 202-234-5782
able at the visitor's desk. Metro: U-Street/Cardozo.
Conversation with John Carl Capital Hauntings: White House
EXPLORE THE KENNEDYS' How The Vote Was Won 202-462-1073
Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - A Ghost Tour White House Visitors Center
Venus Theatre Warnecke
SPIRITUAL LIFE 4 p.m. 201 East Capitol St., The Bard's Summer Season Celebrate the Arts this Summer National Building Museum The Octagon, the Museum of the The Emmy-Award winning
A collection of suffragette SE. Metro: Capitol South or
Union Station. 202-544-7077 Rule Britannia! The Shakespeare Theatre Wolf Trap – America's National Park American Architectural Foundation 1962 program Tour of the
Kennedy Family Catholic Touring the Kennedy Family's Remembering President plays, How The Vote Was Eminent architect John Carl White House with Mrs. John
Won, was written more than Washington Men's Camerata SHAKESPEARE FREE FOR for the Performing Arts
Memorabilia Catholic Heritage John F. Kennedy 100 years ago, but their top-
Warnecke worked closely Explore Lafayette Square F. Kennedy will be shown in
ALL: TWO GENTLEMEN OF Wolf Trap's 2002 summer with Jacqueline Kennedy to through tales of the haunt-
Pope John Paul II Cultural Center Betsy Ross Tours St. Matthew's Cathedral ics still apply today. With An Evening of Raks Sharki A musical tour of the British conjunction with an exhibit
VERONA season at the Filene Center preserve the historic fabric ings of Dolley Madison,
tongue-in-cheek humor and Empire, from Vaughan of materials relating to
This exhibit explores the The Kennedys were the first Tours of the Cathedral of St. Mediterranean Images Williams to "Waltzing presents brilliant talent from of Lafayette Square, the Henry Adams, the White Jacqueline Kennedy's White
colorful characters who aren't May 31 - June 16 Call for
Kennedys' Catholic faith and and only Catholic family to Matthew the Apostle, site of the world of musical theater, President's front yard. House and more. Conclud- House restoration. These
afraid to poke fun at them- Jacqueline Kennedy, fascinat- Matilda" and back. The cho- times. Carter Barron
includes a gold filigreed live in the White House. Visit President Kennedy's funeral, symphony, opera, comedy, Because of their efforts, ing at the most haunted programs complement the
selves and the world, this is a ed by Egyptian history, art, rus was founded in 1984 to Amphitheatre, 4850
chest presented to Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy: The are available by appoint- dance, pop, rock, country, Lafayette Square retains its house in Washington after exhibit Mr. Truman's
great way to spend an after- and culture, became a cele- perform, promote, and pre- Colorado Ave., NW 202-
Kennedy by Pope John XXIII; White House Years at the ment. The Cathedral is jazz, and folk, on stage from early 19th-century charac- the White House, the tour Renovation: The White
noon or evening. Aug. 12 - brated advocate for saving serve the rich legacy of 547-1122
a Missal used by Mrs. Corcoran Gallery of Art, the undergoing restoration, but May 22 through September ter and charm. Join features an essay on the House Photographs of
25 at 7:30 p.m. Sundays at 3 Egypt's archaeological treas- men's choral music and has
Kennedy; a rosary presented church where the Kennedys all are welcome to visit and THE LITTLE FOXES by Lillian 8, 2002. Tickets can be pur- Warnecke in a talk at the Octagon's ghosts written in Abbie Rowe, 1948-1952,
p.m. $ DC Arts Center, 2438 ures. Discover the culture been heard throughout the
to Mrs. Kennedy by the first worshipped in Georgetown, have a guided tour. By Hellman. A modern American chased at The Barns Box National Building Museum 1952 by the young also on view. 7:30 a.m. - 4
18th St., NW Metro: Woodley that inspired her during An city and around the nation.
lady of Italy; and transcripts and St. Matthew's Cathedral, appointment only. 1725 classic drama of greed, Office located at 1635 Trap during which he will share Jacqueline Bouvier while p.m. daily. 1450 Pennsylvania
Park/Adams Morgan/Zoo. Evening of Raks Sharki, June 2 at 4 p.m. $ Church
of oral histories relating to where President Kennedy's Rhode Island Ave., NW. hatred, and Southern gentility Road, Vienna, VA; by calling never-before-revealed tales she was working as an Avenue, NW. Metro: Federal
202-462-7833 dances from Egypt, Turkey, of the Epiphany, 1317 G St.,
the Kennedys by Pope Paul funeral service was held, on Metro: Farragut North. featuring the acclaimed Tickets.com at 703-218- of the battle for Lafayette inquiring photographer for Triangle or Metro Center.
Morocco and Tunisia. The NW. Metro: Metro Center.
VI, Cardinal Richard this day-long bus tour. 202-347-3215 Elizabeth Ashley. June 4 - July 6500; or online at Square. July 16, 6:30 - 8 the Washington Times- 202-208-1631
dances range from tradition- 202-364-1064
Cushing, and others; photo- Lunch is included. June 19, 28 $$-$$$ 450 Seventh St., www.wolftrap.org where you p.m. $ 401 F St., NW. Herald. June 12, July 10,
graphs, including Jacqueline July 17, Aug. 21, 9 a.m. - 5
Organ Demonstrations al folk to improvised cabaret
NW Metro: Navy Memorial or can also see a complete Metro: Judiciary Square and Aug. 14, 6:30 - 8:30
Washington National Cathedral – all filled with color, passion Reservations: p.m. $ Meet at McPherson
and John Kennedy just after p.m. $$$ Bus departs from Laughter at Ten O'Clock, Gallery Place/Chinatown schedule of events.
and authenticity. Aug. 10, 8 202-272-2448 Square Metro, White House
their 1953 wedding ceremo- the Columbus Statue in 202-547-1122 703-938-2404.
ny. Tues. - Sat., 10 a.m. - 5 front of Union Station.
On Wednesdays immediately p.m., and Aug. 11, 7 p.m. $ Memories of "The Carol exit. Reserva-tions required.
following the noon Eucharist, Dance Place, 3225 Eighth
p.m.; Sun. 12 noon - 5 p.m. Metro: Union Station.
a National Cathedral organ- St., NE. Metro: Brookland.
Burnett Show" Call Washington Walks:
3900 Harewood Rd., NE. Reservations:
ist gives a brief talk about 202-682-9440 The American Century Theater The Artistry of Women Les Cloisons by Jacques
Metro: CUA/Brookland. 202-364-1954 Lesbian & Gay Chorus of Languirand
the magnificent 10,650-pipe
202-635-5400 It's just like being in the stu-
organ and follows with a
Deaf Way II Conference, Arts Washington, DC LE NEON Theatre
mini-recital to demonstrate dio audience while Carol
the grandeur of the instru- Festival, and Artists Symposium Burnett, Harvey Korman, A concert of the music of This Helen Hayes Award-
and the rest performed clas- women composers since the winning production has
ment. Wednesdays at 12:45 Gallaudet University sics of prime-time sketch 11th century, from Hildegard many connections with
p.m. Massachusetts &
Four hundred professional comedy. The Washington von Bingen to the contem- Jacqueline Kennedy.
Wisconsin Aves., NW 202-
artists from more than 70 area's finest comics recreate porary work of Jennifer Playwright Languirand is the
countries come to Washington, these classic moments. The Higdon and Ysaye Barnwell. 2001 recipient of the Special
DC to perform, exhibit their American Century Theater is Ray Killian, director. June 23 Jury Prize at the Onassis
work, and conduct work- a professional, non-profit at 4 p.m. $ Unitarian Foundation's International
Summer Chamber Music Festival theater company dedicated Theatre Festival. Alternating
shops on the Gallaudet Universalist Church of
The National Chamber Orchestra University campus and at to producing great, impor- Arlington, 4444 Arlington performances in French and
venues throughout the tant, and neglected works of Blvd., Arlington, VA. Metro: English will highlight Jackie's
A series of four chamber 20th century American play- French background and love
Metropolitan Washington Ballston; and June 29 at 8
music concerts featuring pro- wrights. June 20-July 20 at 8 of the arts. Written in 1962,
area. Everyone is invited to p.m. $ St. Margaret's
fessional ensembles com- p.m. daily, Saturday and and set in the 1950s, the
participate and experience Episcopal Church, 1830
posed of members of the Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m. show is a perfect evening in
the song, dance, story- Connecticut Ave., NW. Metro:
National Chamber Orchestra. $$ 3700 S. Four Mile Run, Jacqueline Kennedy's
Aug. 19, 21, 26, 28 at 7:30 p.m. telling, performance, and Dupont Circle. 202-546-1549
information exchange by Arlington VA. 703-553-8782 Washington. July 5 - Aug. 4,
$ F Scott Fitzgerald Theatre Thursday - Saturday at 8
in the Rockville Civic Center, people of the Deaf culture.
July 8 - 13 at various venues p.m.; Sunday at 7 p.m. $
603 Edmonston Dr., Church Street Theatre, 1742
Rockville, MD. Metro: throughout the city.
202-965-1977 Church St., NW. Metro:
Jacqueline Kennedy cuts the Rockville. 301-762-8520 Dupont Circle. 703-243-6366
ribbon to open the Cathedral
Flower Mart, 1961. Courtesy,
John Carl Warnecke discusses
plans for Lafayette Square with
at The John F. Kennedy Master cooking classes at the The Navy and the Politician Presidential Connections its champion, the First Lady,
Covering Jackie: Helen sights associated with their
1962. Courtesy, John F.
time in Washington. Tours Center for the Performing Italian Cultural Institute on
Thomas, Frances Lewine, and Arts, offering visitors a June 5 and 6 based on
The Navy Museum PROGRAMS ON THE LIFE AND to Philately Kennedy Library and Museum.
depart from the Georgetown
Nan Robertson Look Back chance to visit an interactive favorite Italian dishes she Smithsonian National Postal Museum
Visitors Center on the sec-
display about the President's prepared for the Kennedys.
"PT Boats and a Yacht: JFK's TIMES OF JOHN F. KENNEDY
Woman's National Democratic Club ond and fourth Saturdays of Navy," a lecture on the 59th On display in the Philatelic
May - August at 12 noon. life and times, tour the center,
or enjoy a drink overlooking June 4 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Free. anniversary of the loss of PT-
The American Presidency: A Creating the Kennedy Gravesite Gallery – U.S. and internation- Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis: A Smidge of White House Jacqueline Kennedy: An
In a special luncheon and C&O Canal National 109. Learn about JFK's Navy
panel discussion, three vet- Historic Park, 1057 Thomas the beautiful Potomac River. 2025 M St., NW, Suite 610.
career and how the Navy Glorious Burden with Master Mason Peter
al stamps featuring American Setting a Standard for History American Treasure
Presidents, including the first
eran journalists who cov- Jefferson St., NW. Metro: Mondays at 5:30 p.m. $ Meet Metro: Foggy Bottom or served him on the presiden- National Museum of American History, "Billy" Cleland stamps issued for postage in
Preservation and the Arts in DAR Museum Library of Congress
ered Jacqueline Kennedy Foggy Bottom. at the Foggy Bottom Metro
Dupont Circle. Reservations tial yacht Sequoia. Aug. 1 at Smithsonian Institution Washington National Cathedral the United States. Also on dis- the Nation's Capital This small exhibit of objects Visit the American
for UPI (Thomas), AP 202-653-5190. required 202-223-1125 12 noon. play are exhibits exploring the The Historical Society of relating to the Presidents Treasures exhibit to see
(Lewine), and the New York The nature and history of "Billy" Cleland, retired history of the postal system
Times (Robertson) look back "Tracing JFK's Navy Legacy," Washington, D.C. and First Ladies, including Jacqueline Kennedy on the
Jackie Kennedy's Georgetown 'Sixties Social Scene an insightful tour of the
the country's highest office Cathedral master mason, and its presidential connec- furniture from the Monroe cover of Look magazine;
on their adventures and the Demystifying the Mystery of Tour DC Navy Museum's collection
are explored in this exhibi- oversaw the stonework at tions. 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Edith Mayo, Curator White House, Dolley JFK and Jacqueline's wed-
influences that Jacqueline Betsy Ross Tours tion of over 900 artifacts,
Kennedy had on American
Jacqueline Kennedy - An focuses on items relating to the President John F. daily. 2 Massachusetts Ave., Emeritus, National Museum Madison's earrings, and ding photo, taken by Toni
John and Jackie Kennedy cut a such as the desk on which Kennedy Gravesite at NE. Metro: Union Station. of American History, will
culture and Washington life. Evening with Letitia Baldrige In addition to touring the John F. Kennedy's World War Thomas Jefferson wrote the Arlington National 202-357-2991
items owned by DAR Frissell; and correspon-
wide swath through George- Corcoran Gallery of Art's spe- II career and his presidency. discuss Jacqueline Onassis's President General and First dence between Mrs.
July 9 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Corcoran Gallery of Art Declaration of Indepen- Cemetery. Always an engag-
town, trying out a few resi- cial exhibit, Jacqueline June 19 at 11 a.m. role in the preservation of Lady Louisa Scott Harrison. Kennedy and Ms. Frissell.
$ 1526 New Hampshire dence, the top hat worn by ing speaker, Mr. Cleland will
dences before settling into one Lafayette Square and the
Ave., NW. Metro: Dupont Hear inside stories of the
of its most historic homes.
Kennedy: The White House
Both programs are free, Abraham Lincoln on the give a slide show and
Explore the Space Age While you're here, enjoy the 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Mondays -
Years, your day in Jacqueline White House, and her larger Museum's other American Saturdays. 101 Indepen-
Circle. Reservations Kennedy White House from reservations required, 202- night he was assassinated, recount his memories of the National Air and Space Museum,
Other Kennedys also nested, Kennedy's Washington will impact on the cultural her- history displays and its dence Ave., SE. Metro:
required: 202-232-7363 someone who was there. As 433-6897. 805 Kidder and Bill Clinton's saxophone. planning and construction of Smithsonian Institution
ate and shopped here. Tour DC include a visit to Hillwood, itage of the city. July 11, extensive library of geneal- Capitol South
Social Secretary to the Breese St., SE, enter at 11th More than a dozen videos the gravesite and his unique
also offers details on the rich the glittering home of 6:30 - 8 p.m. $ 1307 New ogy. June 1 - Aug. 31,
White House and Chief of and four interactive activi- .
John F Kennedy inaugurated
Camelot at Dawn: Luncheon architecture and early diverse Marjorie Merriweather Post, a and O Sts. Metro: Eastern insights on the nature of his Hampshire Ave., NW. Mondays - Saturdays, 9:30
Market ties. 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. work. June 13 at 7 p.m. and the American Space Age in Metro: Dupont Circle.
with Author Anne Garside Kennedy era "Hostess with daily. 14th St. and June 22 at 2 p.m. Perry 1961 saying, "I believe that
a.m. -.4 p.m. 1776 D St.,
the Mostes' "! Lunch is includ- 202-785-2068, X100 NW. Metro: Farragut North
Woman's National Democratic Club Constitution Ave., NW. Metro: Auditorium, Washington this nation should commit
INSIDE JACQUELINE KENNEDY'S ed. June 27, July 11 and 25, Smithsonian or Federal itself to achieving the goal,
or Farragut West.
Travel back in time to the LIFE IN WASHINGTON Aug. 8 and 22, 9:30 a.m. - The Nation's Memorial to Triangle. 202-357-2700
Massachusetts & Wisconsin before this decade is out, of
early days of the Kennedys' 4:30 p.m. $$$ Tour bus President John F. Kennedy landing a man on the Moon
Passing the Torch: Edith
Aves., NW. Metro: Tenleytown/
marriage, when photogra- departs from the Columbus The John F. Kennedy Center for the AU. 202-537-2223 and returning him safely to Bolling Wilson and Jacqueline
pher Orlando Suero pho- Staff for the First Lady, Statue in front of Union
history that drew the Kennedys Station. Metro: Union Station.
Performing Arts the Earth." Explore the history Kennedy, Two Premiere Ladies Women in The White House
tographed young Senator Letitia Baldrige was behind and future of flight and space
to Georgetown in the first 202-364-1954 Woodrow Wilson House Betsy Ross Tours
John F. Kennedy and his the scenes for every official Two interpretive exhibits – travel through interactive
place. June 1 & 22 at 2 p.m.,
bride Jackie as they went Kennedy event. Baldrige John F. Kennedy: His Life exhibits and impressive arti-
gather at Tudor Place, 1644 On March 27, 1961, former Visit the Corcoran Gallery of
about their daily life in will share her many memo- Self-Guided Tours of Georgetown and Legacy, narrated by facts. 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
31st St., NW. Metro: Dupont First Lady Edith Wilson host- Art's Jacqueline Kennedy:
Georgetown. Author Anne ries of the Kennedy White Caroline Kennedy, and daily. Seventh St. and
Circle; June 2 & 23, gather at Georgetown Partnership ed a luncheon for The White House Years and
Garside presents a slide House and help demystify Explore the Kennedy Center Independence Ave., SW.
Georgetown Library, R St. and Jacqueline Kennedy. The the Smithsonian Institution's
lecture after lunch in the Jacqueline Kennedy. June 6 – illuminate the relationship Metro: L'Enfant Plaza.
Wisconsin Ave., NW. Metro: John F. and Jacqueline flatware, asparagus plates, National Museum of
elegant clubhouse. July 11 at 7 p.m. $$ 500 17th St., between President Kennedy 202-357-1400
Foggy Bottom $ 301-588-8999 Kennedy loved and lived in and even some unopened American History for a look
11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. $ 1526 NW. Metro: Farragut West and the Center and provide
Georgetown. This self-guided bottles of the wine served at the First Ladies Gowns
New Hampshire Ave., NW. or Farragut North. visitors with a context for
Metro: Dupont Circle. 202-639-1770 Cooking for Madam: Recipes and walking tour retraces the
understanding the Kennedy Thank You, Mr. President on that occasion will be on and the exhibit called "The
Kennedys' lives as a young display, as will Mrs. Wilson's American Presidency: A
Reservations required: Reminiscences from the Home of couple, as President and First
Center as a living memorial White House Visitors Center dress and the Pierre- Glorious Burden" on this
202-232-7363 to Kennedy and as the
Foggy Bottom Walking Tour Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis with Lady, and finally, for Mrs.
nation's center for the per- A one-hour documentary with Antoine Bellange armchair, guided bus tour. During
Kennedy, as the tragic widow made for James Monroe, lunch, a speaker will enter-
Walk in the Footsteps of the
Washington Walks Marta Sgubin & Nancy Nicholas. of the fallen President. Map is
forming arts. 10 a.m. - 5 fascinating excerpts from origi-
that helped inspire Mrs. tain and educate you about
Italian Cultural Institute p.m. daily. Grand Foyer, Hall nal TV broadcasts by President
available on-line and at the Kennedy's White House other First Ladies. June 17,
Kennedy Family Originally a little port town, of States and Hall of Nations, .
John F Kennedy. His wit, style
July 15, Aug. 12, 10 a.m. -
Foggy Bottom is where a Georgetown Visitors Center, and humor are clearly dem- restoration. Mar. 27 - Sept.
National Park Service Marta Sgubin, the Italian gov- Kennedy Center. 2700 F St., LEGEND
young Jacqueline Bouvier 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily. 3242 23, Tuesdays - Sundays, 10 4 p.m. $$$ Bus departs from
erness to the Kennedy Family NW. Metro: Foggy Bottom. onstrated in this collection of
During a free walking tour attended college at the M St., NW. Metro: Take the a.m. - 4 p.m. 2340 S St., the Columbus Statue in
for 25 years, discusses her 202-467-4600 press conferences. Narrated $ = under $20
of Georgetown, a National George Washington Georgetown Metro NW. Metro: Dupont Circle. front of Union Station.
book (co-authored with by E.G. Marshall. 7:30 a.m. -
Park Service ranger will University and the Kennedys Connection Shuttle Bus from 202-387-4062 Metro: Union Station. $$ = $21-40
Nancy Nicholas) about her 4 p.m. daily. 1450 Pennsylvania
show you four houses occasionally attended mass Dupont Circle, Rosslyn or Reservations: 202-364-1954
years with Jacqueline Avenue, NW. Metro: Federal
where the Kennedy family at St. Stephen's Catholic Foggy Bottom. 202-298-9222 Triangle. 202-208-1631 $$$ = over $40
lived. Hear stories and see Church. The walk concludes
SHARE JACQUELINE KENNEDY'S RESTAURANT Vintage Kennedy DINING State Dinners at The Red Sage The Kennedy White House's
LOVE OF ART WEEK at Sam & Harry's, DC EXPERIENCES The Red Sage's daily five-
Boeuf au Vin Rouge
and Sam & Harry's, Tyson's course tasting menu fea- at Michel Richard's Citronelle
Living with Art Adventures of Hamza Celebrate the Arts and Music of Africa tures a recreation of one
Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution The entire selection of wines, Chef Michel Richard pays
The Phillips Collection July 28 - August 4, throughout of the State Dinners given
except for the special reserve tribute to Jacqueline
during the Kennedy
Phillips Collection founder Duncan Jacqueline Kennedy found India fasci- Gifts & Blessings: The Textile Arts of Washington, DC wines, will be offered at half
Administration. On July Kennedy by reintroducing
Phillips and First Lady Jacqueline nating. Come and view approximately Madagascar examines a comprehensive price on Friday and Saturday one of the original recipes
The Restaurant Association 28, come celebrate
Kennedy found living with great works 60 illustrations from an illuminated collection of silk and cotton wrappers, nights only as part of a din- from the Kennedy's White
Metropolitan Washington and Jacqueline Kennedy's birth-
of art essential to their lives. Tour the manuscript of the Hamzanama ("The burial shrouds, marriage cloths, contem- ner package and may not be House Chef. Citronelle is
the Washington, DC day and the start of
museum and share their love of art. Adventures of Hamza") that was creat- porary fashions and textile art. Also on purchased separately. DC proud to present The
Convention and Tourism Restaurant Week with a
Spend selected "Artful Evenings" at the ed in India for the Mughal Emperor view is A Personal Journey: Central Location: 1200 19th Street, Kennedy White House's
Corporation will kick off the complimentary glass of
museum enjoying jazz from the 'sixties Akbar who reigned from 1556 until African Art from the Collection of NW. Metro: Dupont Circle. Boeuf au Vin Rouge.
third edition of Restaurant champagne. 605 14th St.,
and gallery talks exploring the connec- 1605 when he was just a teenager. 10 Lawrence Gussman an exhibit of rare and 202-296-4333; Tyson's Latham Hotel, 3000 M St.,
Week on July 28, Jacqueline NW. Metro: Metro Center.
tions between the Phillips and the First a.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily. 1050 important masks, figures, musical instru- Corner Location: 8240 NW. Metro: Foggy Bottom.
Kennedy's birthday, with a 202-638-4444
Lady. Gallery talks: June 13, July 11 and Independence Ave., SW. Metro: ments, decorated vessels and weapons. Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA. 202-625-2150
July 25. Tues. - Sat., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., Smithsonian. 202-357-2700 champagne toast or birthday 703-448-0088
10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily.
Sun. 12 noon - 7 p.m., Thursday evenings 950 Independence Ave., SW. Metro:
cake at participating restau- Jockey Club Room
5 - 8:30 p.m. $ 1600 21st St., NW. rants. Dozens of restaurants Pansotti alla Jacqueline with
Smithsonian. 202-357-4600 Bellinis at BeDuCi
Metro: Dupont Circle. 202-387-2151 offer prix-fixe, three-course a Martini Jacqueline at
lunch and dinner menus for at Sesto Senso Ristorante Ristorante Luigino BeDuCi will dedicate a
$20.02 and $30.02 respec- special "Jockey Club
tively from July 28 through Sesto Senso features Bellinis, a
To commemorate Jackie, Room," honoring one of
Aug. 4 (7 days a week). summery peach juice and
Ristorante Luigino will Jacqueline's favorite
champagne concoction and a
serve a Pansotti alla restaurants and her skill as
favorite libation of Jackie
Jacqueline, a pillow an equestrienne. The room
Kennedy's, made famous at
LIBATIONS Harry's Bar in Venice. Look for
shaped pasta filled with will be decorated with
Swiss chard and lobster equestrian art, jockey
Jacqueline Kennedy's Washing-
served in a spicy, cherry boots, hat and pony posts
Jackie O Royal ton specials through August.
tomato sauce. In addition, that were acquired when
1214 18th St., NW. Metro:
at Equinox Restaurant Dupont Circle. 202-785-9525
enjoy a Martini Jacqueline the Jockey Club restaurant
with your dinner. 1100 closed last year. 2100 P
Equinox Restaurant features a New York Ave., NW. Metro: St., NW. Metro: Dupont
The First Lady attends a diplomatic dinner, Mexico City, 1962.Courtesy,
drink called the Jackie O Jackie Classic at Bar Rouge UP!/CORBIS-BETTMANN.
Metro Center. 202-371- Circle. 202-223-3824
Royal, made with Veuve 0595
Clicquot champagne, cham- The Jackie Classic is a
bord and fresh strawberries. Manhattan with Makers bitter WHITE HOUSE Prix-fixe Lunch Menus
See additional offerings and sweet vermouth, ganished
ERA MENUS at DC Coast Restaurant Kennedy Era State Dinners
under "Sweet Treats." 818 with mint. Hotel Rouge, 1315
Connecticut Ave., NW. Metro: 16th St., NW. Metro: Dupont LUNCH AND Executive Chef Tunks's engag- at Roof Terrace Restaurant, Miss Porter's School Ice Box
Farragut West. 202-331- Circle. 202-232-8000 ing, modern-American cuisine The Kennedy Center
8118 DINNER SPECIALS can be enjoyed through Cake at DC Coast Restaurant
August with a three-course, The Roof Terrace Restau-
Jackie Cocktail prix-fixe lunch menu celebrat- rant is one of Washington,
Paying tribute to Jackie
Kennedy's youthful years at
Jacqueline Kennedy Bellini at Bobby Van's Steakhouse ing the years Jacqueline DC's most elegant dining
the Farmington, CT, all-
State Dinner at the Woman's Kennedy spent in the White experiences, combining
at The Monocle Bobby Van's Steakhouse pays superb cuisine with a spec-
girls school Miss Porter's,
National Democratic Club House. Each month, the price DC Coast Executive Pastry
tribute to the queen of the will represent the years tacular river view. Each
The Monocle was a favorite Camelot era with Jacqueline Chef David Guas recreates
Enjoy a recreation of a President John F Kennedy was
. month, a different dinner
haunt of the Kennedys on Kennedy's Champagne a favorite school dessert.
Kennedy White House State in office: June: $19.61 for his menu from Jacqueline
Capitol Hill. Their favorite Cocktail, a sparkling combi- The delectable Miss Porter's
Jacqueline Kennedy surveys Dinner, based on the recipes inaugural year; July: $19.62; Kennedy's White House
table, number 22 located in nation of champagne, bitters School Ice Box Cake tradi-
Native American portraiture, of Rene Verdun, White House and August: $19.63. 1401 K years will be recreated by
the Bar Room, sits in the cor- and sugar, garnished with a tionally features chocolate
1962. Courtesy, John F. chef. The beautiful clubhouse St., NW. Metro: McPherson the Restaurant Associates.
ner of the front bay window. lemon twist. 809 15th St., mousse and ladyfingers -
Kennedy Library and Museum. provides an elegant setting Square. 202-216-5988 2700 F St., NW. Metro:
When the Kennedys moved NW. Metro: McPherson the surprise will be Guas's
for a culinary treat. Kennedy- Foggy Bottom.
from their Georgetown resi- Square. 202-589-0060 interpretation. 1401 K St.,
style entertainment will be 202-416-8555
dence to 1600 Pennsylvania NW. Metro: McPherson
provided. Black-tie optional. Pre-Theatre Dinner Menu
Avenue in 1961, the Square. 202-216-5988
Remembering Mrs. Kennedy The Golden Age of French Decorative Art The Renwick Invitational: Four Discoveries June 27, 7:30 p.m.
President's special assistant
TEA Reservations required: 202- at Jeffrey's, Swissôtel Jackie O Special
National Gallery of Art Hillwood Museum and Gardens often called The Monocle to
The Smithsonian American Art Museum's Renwick Gallery 232-7363. 1526 New Washington, The Watergate at Smith & Wollensky
SHARE JACQUELINE KENNEDY'S The exhibit Remembering Mrs. Kennedy Jacqueline Kennedy admired and pro- prepare a meal for the
Hampshire Ave., NW. Metro: Jackie O Desserts
President and First Lady, Tea in Camelot at Garden
offers historical photographs and origi- moted French Culture. Hillwood, the Opening June 14, this second exhibition Dupont Circle Near the John F. Kennedy
Unlimited amounts of four Equinox Restaurant
LOVE OF CHILDREN nal letters written by Mrs. Kennedy and glittering former in-town estate of in a biennial series committed to show-
which would be picked up by
Terrace, Four Seasons Hotel Center for the Performing
at pre-selected wines will
Marjorie Merriweather Post, features a White House limousine. The Arts, Jeffrey's will offer a spe- Three Jackie desserts to
selected from the Gallery archives that ing the work of accomplished American be included with the three-
world-renowned collection of 18th- Monocle toasts Jacqueline by cial pre-theater dinner menu choose from: a bruléed
reveal her special relationship with the artists highlights the work of: James The Garden Terrace offers Era of Camelot course, prix-fixe menu:
Dancing Off the Page: Treasured Poems of Jacqueline Gallery. An American Vision: Henry and 19th-century decorative arts from Koehler, a Santa Fe, NM, tapestry weav-
naming a special champagne
Camelot Tea served daily, in honor of Jacqueline
tapioca vanilla pudding,
Kennedy Onassis Francis du Pont's Winterthur Museum the Golden Age of French Art. er; Gyongy Laky, a San Francisco basket
in her honor. 107 D St., NE.
with an exclusive Camelot
at Café Mozart Kennedy. 2650 Virginia Ave., Jackie O style; a pearled
Metro: Union Station. merlot and cabernet are all
features over 300 masterpieces from the Tuesdays - Saturdays, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. maker and fiber artist; Kristina Logan, a menu. 2800 Pennsylvania NW. Metro: Foggy tapioca pudding; and a
Capital Children's Museum 202-546-4488 The Jacqueline Kennedy's included in the $59 price.
collection that inspired Jacqueline Select Fridays, 9 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. $ Portsmouth, NH, lampwork glass artist; Ave., NW. Metro: Foggy Bottom/GWU. 202-965-2300 vanilla bean-bruléed pud-
Washington specials will 1112 14th St., NW. Metro:
Kennedy's restoration of the White 4155 Linnean Ave., NW. Metro: Van and Kim Rawdin, a Scottsdale, AZ, jew- Bottom. 202-342-0444 ding with brown sugar and
An original 25-minute play based on the recently pub- change weekly at Café Farragut North or Farragut
House. Mondays - Saturdays, 10 a.m. - Ness/UDC. Reservations required. elry maker. 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. topped with fresh berries.
lished The Best-Loved Poems of Jacqueline Kennedy The Blue Room Mozart. A special dessert will West. 202-466-1100
Onassis. Children will participate in the creative per- 5.p.m., Sundays, 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sixth 202-686-8500 daily. Pennsylvania Ave. at 17th St., NW.
Tea with the Kennedys, Woman's be offered all summer, along Jacqueline Kennedy's See additional offerings
formance as they are introduced to an American icon St. and Constitution Ave., NW. Metro: Metro: Farragut West. 202-357-2700 at The Occidental with a list of four classic cock- Washington Special under "Libations." 818
through some of the poems that she loved. Introduce Archives/Navy Memorial. 202-737-4215 National Democratic Club tails from the Era of Camelot. White House Menu and More
Connecticut Ave., NW.
Market 5 Gallery The Occidental offers one at Lansdowne Resort Metro: Farragut West.
your children to the love of reading and literature that 1,500 Educational and Cultural complimentary Jacqueline An exhibit of materials from 1331 H St., NW. Metro: at The Willard Room, Willard 202-331-8118
was so important to this famous First Lady. Thursdays - Eastern Market Programs Annually the Woman's National Metro Center. 202-347-5732 The Jacqueline Kennedy's
Inspirations at the Washington Kennedy's Washington cock- Inter-Continental Washington
Sundays, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. starting June 27 $ Democratic Club archives, as Washington Special features
Built in 1873, the Eastern Market is the The Resident Associate Program, Smithsonian Institution tail with a ticket stub from the
800 Third St., NE. Metro: Union Station. 202-675-4120 National Cathedral Corcoran Gallery of Art exhi- well as items on loan from for the main course a crispy
On Friday and Saturday Jackie's Pill Box Hat
only remaining public market in
Washington National Cathedral The Resident Associates Program offers an bition, Jacqueline Kennedy: members' personal collections White House Dining skinned, seared rockfish with
nights, April 6 - July 27,
Washington, DC. The Market 5 Gallery artichokes, avocado, peppers, at The Red Sage
Federal Era Fun occupies the north end of the market, extraordinary array of programs and spe- The White House Years (limit including photos, original sig- at The Caucus Room enjoy a $70 prix-fixe recre-
Jacqueline Kennedy opened the 1961 one per person). For your natures, club newsletters and onions, and kalamata olives
which overflows on weekends with cial events in the Metropolitan Washing- ation of the state dinner The dessert special,
Dumbarton House Flower Mart and admired the Cathedral's cocktail selection, you may miscellaneous items relating Several four-course Kennedy served with a spicy wine jus.
farmers, craftspeople, and flea market ton, D.C. area. Nearly 1,500 educational honoring the President of "Jackie's Pill Box Hat," is a
gardens. Tour the gardens every wish to choose "The Blue to the life and times of Era White House menus are 44050 Woodbridge Parkway,
merchants. Unique crafts, paintings, and cultural programs are presented each Pakistan, which President recreation of her famous
Jacqueline Kennedy's passion for history guided and Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. starting from Room," a new drink combin- President John F. Kennedy featured at the Caucus Room, Leesburg, VA. 703-729-8400
live music, textiles, jewelry, and other year, including performances, studio arts and Mrs. Kennedy hosted fashion statement in
informed not only her work in the White House, but also the Herb Cottage, on South Road, classes, local study tours, seminars, and ing champagne, chambord, and First Lady Jacqueline $49, available Monday thru on the grounds of Mount
art items are for sale, as well as fresh meringue with a rich
her work as a parent. "She wanted to share her knowl- Cathedral grounds. Guided tours of the courses on subjects ranging from contem- and marinated blueberries. Kennedy. On display from Saturday evenings. The entire Vernon, July 11, 1961.
fruits, vegetables, pastries, and other almond pastry cream fill-
edge and excitement about the past with all Americans, Cathedral are given Mondays -
goodies. It's an authentic bit of porary literature to the latest findings of The Blue Room celebrates June 4 through July 31. Tea wine list (except for special White House Inspired Menus This was the first state din- ing. 605 14th St., NW.
especially children," said her daughter Caroline. Saturdays, 10 - 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 - reserve wines) will be offered
Washingtoniana that Jacqueline the Hubble Space Telescope. There are Jackie Kennedy's redecoration will be served Tuesdays - at Morrison-Clark Historic Inn ner held outside the White Metro: Metro Center.
Experience the Federal period through interactive tours 3:15 p.m., Sundays, 12:45 - 2:30 p.m. $ also programs for children including per- of the White House and her Fridays, 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. for at half price on Friday and House, and guests sailed
and hands-on activities. Children can try on clothing, Massachusetts and Wisconsin Aves., NW.
Kennedy would recognize. Corner of
love of champagne. 1475 a $5.95 charge, reservations Saturday evenings as a part & Restaurant 202-638-4444
Seventh St. and North Carolina Ave. formances at Discovery Theater, weekend down the Potomac to
play games, write with quill pens, and more. June 15, Metro: Tenleytown/AU. 202-537-6200 workshops, and summer camps. The Pennsylvania Ave., NW. required. 1526 New Hamp- of a dinner package. Half- Mount Vernon on the pres-
SE. Metro: Eastern Market The Inn was formerly the
10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. $ 2715 Q St., NW. Metro: Resident Associate Program offers some- Metro: Metro Center. shire Ave., NW. Metro: price wines may not be pur- idential yacht Sequoia.
Dupont Circle. 202-337-2288 202-783-1475 chased separately. 401 9th
Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Puffed Almond Brioche
thing for all ages and all interests. $ - Dupont Circle. 202-232-7363 Marines Club of Washington, 1401 Pennsylvania Ave.,
Tiffany Windows Tours St., NW. Metro: Navy NW. Metro: Metro Center. at Senators Grill, Holiday Inn
American Red Cross Museum
Art in a Private Place $$$ 202-357-3030
DC, of which the Honorary
Jackie O Cocktails "Tea with Jackie and Me" at the President was always the sit- 202-628-9100 on the Hill
Voyage of the Jumblies The Kreeger Museum
ting First Lady, including
Bethesda Academy of Performing Arts Imagination Stage
The American Red Cross Visitors Center American Women: A Selection from the on Odyssey Cruises Ritz-Carlton, Washington, DC A puffed almond brioche
The former residence of David and Jacqueline Kennedy. The
is offering special weekend tours of
Carmen Kreeger, designed by National Portrait Gallery The Ritz-Carlton presents "Tea
Camelot on the Potomac Festival Restaurant at the Morrison- Chilled Asparagus Soup á la with almond cream filling
historic Red Cross Square and the Odyssey Cruises will feature and maple drizzle, a spe-
BAPA's Imagination Stage, the Washington area's fastest- at Georgetown's Washington Clark Inn will feature special,
growing professional children's theater, presents Voyage Memorial Windows designed by Tiffany renowned architect Philip Johnson, National Portrait Gallery several of Jackie Kennedy's with Jackie and Me," which Jackie at The Oceanaire cial Jackie Kennedy dessert
now showcases their collection of 19th- favorite cocktails aboard the includes tickets to Jacqueline Harbour fixed-price dinner menus on
of the Jumblies by Philip Freeman Sayer, a delightful Studios in addition to its regularly Opening June 7, this selection of 74 por- Sunday through Thursday Seafood Room adds a touch of elegance
scheduled weekday tours offered on and 20th-century paintings and sculp- ship. 600 Water St., SW. Kennedy: The White House to the blue plate special.
comedy for family audiences. In it, "The Owl and the traits in a variety of media reflect the nights commemorating
Tuesdays and Fridays at 9 a.m. All tures, including works by Monet, Metro: Waterfront/SEU. Years, deluxe transportation to A retro salute to the During her years at the
Pussycat" and many of poet Edward Lear's colorful char- broad range of women of achievement Kennedy-hosted dinners at 415 New Jersey Ave., NW.
tours begin in the lobby of the Visitors Picasso, Rodin, Miro, Moore, Kandinsky 202-488-6000 and from the Corcoran Gallery Jacqueline Kennedy era with White House, one of Jackie
acters join in the Jumbly family's nonsensical quest for whose portraits are collected in the the White House. Ask for the Metro: Union Station.
Center. June 16 & July 14 at 2 p.m. and Washington artists Sam Gilliam, of Art, and tea at the Ritz with a food tastings, live entertain- Kennedy's favorite foods
the Pobble's missing toes. June 22 - Aug. 25, Saturday National Portrait Gallery. Some of the Kennedy Menu Package to 202-638-1616
1730 E St., NW. Metro: Farragut West. Thomas Downing, and Gene Davis as talk by Mr. Monte Durham, ment and updated fashions was chilled asparagus. The
and Sunday, 3 p.m.; Tuesday. and Thursday., 10:30 a.m.
well as traditional African Art. The
groundbreaking women in this exhibition Champagne Cocktail local historian and expert on from the Kennedy White receive a special parchment
$ White Flint Mall, 11301 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD. 202-639-3300 Oceanaire Seafood Room
include Susan B. Anthony, Margaret at Topaz Bar Mrs. Kennedy. Plus informal House years! Proceeds bene- souvenir describing the origi-
Kreeger's Second Annual Open House has created a delicious
Metro: White Flint. 301-881-5106
is June 2, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. The
Sanger, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, modeling of vintage 1960s fit The Leukemia & nal dinner and stories from Sorbet au Champagne
soup fit for a president's
Joan Baez, and Jackie Joyner-Kersee. 10 Try Jackie's Fave - a cham- couture clothing from Alex Lymphoma Society. Aug. 11, the evening. 11th St. and at The Willard Room, Willard
Kreeger is regularly open Saturdays, 1 wife – the Jackie Kennedy's
a.m. - 5:30 p.m. daily. Smithsonian pagne cocktail with strawber- Designed Consigner. June 14, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. 3050 K St., Massachusetts Ave., NW.
- 4 p.m. Reservations required other
International Gallery, S. Dillon Ripley ries, French champagne, and Metro: Metro Center.
Chilled Asparagus Soup Inter-Continental Washington
times. 2401 Foxhall Road, NW. 21, 28, 11:45 a.m. - 4 p.m., NW. Metro: Foggy Bottom. with New England Lobster,
Center, 1100 Jefferson Drive, SW. cointreau. Topaz Hotel, 1733 reservations required $$$ 1150 202-898-1200
202-338-3552. a chilled soup of fresh Enjoy a "Sorbet au
Metro: Smithsonian. 202-275-1738 N St., NW. Metro: Dupont 22nd St., NW. Metro: Foggy asparagus and a touch of Champagne," the same
Circle. 202-393-3000 Bottom/GWU. 202-835-0500 dessert that was served in
cream, garnished with suc-
culent lobster meat. 1201 the Kennedy White House
F St., NW. Metro: Metro on Monday, November 13,
Center. 202-347-2277 1961, when renowned cel-
“The happiest years of my moth- Organizing Sponsors list Pablo Casals performed
er's life were spent in for the President and glam-
Jackie Kennedy Lobster Salad orous First Lady. 1401
Washington, DC. It was where
she met my father, where John
She left Washington at jordans restaurant
Pennsylvania Ave., NW.
Metro: Metro Center.
was born and where I spent my
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earliest years. When my father back to the Kennedy's early
was President, that special time She did it with grace and style. About Washington, DC Convention and Tourism
But you can still years in Hyannisport, MA.
Corporation – The Washington, DC Convention and Tourism Featuring one of New
we had together in the White This summer, we invite you to see Corporation serves as the lead organization to successfully see her everywhere. England's best-known deli-
manage and market Washington, DC as a premier global con- cacies, jordans offers the
House gave my mother an Washington, DC through the eyes of vention, tourism and special events destination. Through the Jackie Kennedy Lobster
opportunity to express her unique one of its most celebrated residents: successful development and execution of centralized and cohe- Salad with avocado and
sive sales and marketing strategies, the WCTC generates eco-
Jacqueline Kennedy. blood orange on frisee
creativity and her enduring love nomic benefits to the citizens of the District of Columbia, the
greens. 1300 Pennsylvania
convention and tourism industry, stakeholders and the
of history. Whether it was restor- Welcome to Jacqueline Kennedy's Washington – A Washington Convention Center Authority, with a special Ave., NW. Metro: Federal
Citywide Celebration where Jacqueline Kennedy- emphasis on the arts, cultural and historical communities. The Triangle. 202-589-1223
ing The White House or fighting related experiences and programs illustrate the diverse private, non-profit corporation has a membership of nearly
to save Lafayette Square, she interests and the unique legacy of Jacqueline Kennedy. 1,000 businesses and organizations that support the travel and
More than 60 area cultural organizations and restau- tourism industry in our nation's capital. Join the spectacular, once-in-a-lifetime Jacqueline Kennedy's
wanted only the best for our rants are participating in June, July and August. www.washington.org
celebration of Jacqueline Kennedy’s Summertime Pisto
nation's capital. So it means a You can choose from among the First Lady's interests –
Washington during June, July and
at Taberna del Alabardero
August, when you can toast her enduring
great deal to me, and to members the performing arts to historic preservation, fine dining influence on life throughout our nation’s
For this summer's celebra-
to fine art, and from raising her children to encourag- capital and relive the magical days of
of my family, that Washington ing a love of history in all children – in the exhibits, Camelot.
tion of Jacqueline
Kennedy, Taberna del
has chosen to recognize her con- special performances, lectures, dining experiences, and
Alabadero will feature a
walking tours that make up Jacqueline Kennedy's
tributions with such a wonderful Washington – A Citywide Celebration.
· Two any day, anytime tickets to the light summertime dish;
blockbuster exhibition Jacqueline Jacqueline Kennedy's
Citywide Celebration. I know she About DC Heritage Tourism Coalition – The DC Heritage Kennedy: The White House Years at the Summertime Pisto, a med-
A beloved international figure, Jacqueline Kennedy's Tourism Coalition, a non-profit corporation, strives to involve
would consider it a great honor.” Washington, DC roots were deep. She graduated from visitors to the District of Columbia in the exciting and rewarding
Corcoran Gallery of Art. ley of vegetables served
· Accommodations - Choose from 15 with lamb, surrounded by
The George Washington University and worked for the cultural attractions and experiences available throughout the
Nation's Capital. The Coalition counts as members nearly every premier Washington, DC properties. a flavorful sauce. 1776 Eye
Washington Times-Herald as an inquiring photogra-
museum and cultural organization found in every ward in the St., NW. Metro: Farragut
pher. After marrying Senator John F. Kennedy, she took · Two Metro Day Passes. West. 202-429-2200
city as well as neighborhood groups, community development
– Caroline Kennedy classes at Georgetown University while supporting his corporations, faith-based organizations, Metro, the National · A guide to more than 60
bid for the White House. Capital Region of the National Park Service, professional tour Kennedy-inspired cultural
March 2002 As First Lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, in addition to restor-
guides, and the city's official marketing entities. events, walking tours, and spe-
www.dcheritage.org cial offers at museums, shops
ing the White House, saved the historic character of
and restaurants all over
Lafayette Square, revolutionized White House entertain-
ing, helped bring world treasures to the National
Gallery, and opened Washingtonians' eyes to classical
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