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Spirit of Washington Cherry Blossom Cruises

Spirit of Washington Cherry Blossom Cruises

Join Spirit Cruises in celebrating the history and beauty of our decorated Potomac River bank during the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Enjoy a bountiful buffet and DJ entertainment as you cruise past the famous cherry trees and historic views of Washington, DC!

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Odyssey Cherry Blossom Cruises

Odyssey Cherry Blossom Cruises

Set sail aboard the Odyssey to celebrate the history and beauty of the banks of the Potomac River during the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Sip award-winning wines, dance to live music, and enjoy unparalleled views of DC covered in blossoms.

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CineMatsuri

CineMatsuri

CineMatsuri 2017 is the fifth year of CineMatsuri, Washington DC’s first-ever Japanese film festival. Organized by the Japan-America Society of Washington DC, CineMatsuri showcases five of Japan’s most recent and best films, each in a different genre, reflecting the richness and diversity of today’s Japanese cinema.

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National Japan Bowl

National Japan Bowl

The 26th National Japan Bowl championship rounds will be held on April 13, 2018 at National 4-H Youth Conference Center. No registration is required to observe the championship rounds of the competition, and the event is free of charge.

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Workhouse Arts Center Cherry Blossom Art Walk

Workhouse Arts Center Cherry Blossom Art Walk

See an artistic celebration of the National Cherry Blossom Festival in every building of the Workhouse Arts Center as expressed in ceramics, glass, jewelry and other visual arts.

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Sakura Matsuri – Japanese Street Festival Presented by The Japan-America Society of Washington DC

Sakura Matsuri – Japanese Street Festival Presented by The Japan-America Society of Washington DC

The Sakura Matsuri – Japanese Street Festival, the largest one-day celebration of Japanese culture in the U.S., returns to the streets of downtown DC, presenting more than 80 cultural groups, arts vendors and food booths in a showcase of more than 30 cumulative hours of vibrant programming.

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STORYTIME: Under the Cherry Blossom Tree

STORYTIME: Under the Cherry Blossom Tree

Under the Cherry Blossom Tree invites the museum’s youngest visitors to gather by Yoko Ono’s Wish Tree for Washington DC, a Japanese Dogwood given to the Hirshhorn as a gift from the artist, symbolizing community and hope for the future.

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Family Fun: Asian Brush Painting

Family Fun: Asian Brush Painting

Celebrate the blooming of the cherry trees and Japanese culture with Asian sumi-e brush painting.

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Paints, Pigments, Brushes: All about Japanese Painting

Paints, Pigments, Brushes: All about Japanese Painting

Enter the world of traditional Japanese painting, or nihonga, in this drop-in workshop. View a display of colorful pigments and brushes, and try out making your own painting alongside visiting Japanese artists Ideguchi Yuki and Iwaizumi Kei.

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Growing Community with the National Building Museum

Growing Community with the National Building Museum

The Tidal Basin and National Mall are prime examples of how nature can be intentionally integrated into and around built spaces to help promote community and encourage civic engagement. Work with friends and family to design and build a large scale model of your own green space inspired by a park in your neighborhood or one you would like to see added to your community.

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