The white house. By: Megan Berube, Stephanie Aubertin, & Kendra Alexandre. The white house info. The white house is used as a home for the past and the future presidents of the United States. It stands as a symbol of presidency. The white house was built in 1792. The white house info(cont.).
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By: Megan Berube, Stephanie Aubertin, & Kendra Alexandre
The history of the National Air and Space Museum started in 1946, when Congress created the National Air Museum as a part of the Smithsonian Institution.
In 1966, in the midst of the 'Space Race' between the United States and the Soviet Union, the name of the museum was changed to National Air and Space Museum. To accommodate its constantly growing collection of airplanes Amelia Earhart's Red Vega
The festival is hosted by the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, an umbrella organization that represents 30 Chinese-American organizations throughout the Greater Washington area.
Visit hundreds of displays, see thousands of products and millions of flowers for the gardener and the home, plus treasures from around the world and a huge list of products for the kitchen, bath, flooring and much more.
In addition to the competition, visitors can enjoy cooking demonstrations, free food samples, interactive cooking displays and children's activities. With a tremendous amount of tent cover, this is a rain or shine event.
Benefiting the Metropolitan Police Boys and Girls Clubs and DC Doubledutch, Safeway's Barbecue Battle celebrates the art of barbecue in a spirit of community, family and fun.
As the largest annual cultural event in the nation's capital, it attracts more than one million attendees to enjoy a variety of programs, featuring music, song, dance, celebratory performance, crafts and cooking demonstrations, storytelling, illustrations of workers' culture, and narrative sessions for discussing cultural issues.
A weekend of fun surrounds this annual race, now in its 31st year. The beautiful course, which has appropriately earned the nickname "The Marathon of the Monuments," crosses the Key Bridge into Georgetown and continues through D.C., passing the Kennedy Center and numerous monuments and memorials, including the Lincoln, FDR, Korean War and Vietnam Veteran's memorials, Washington Monument, and the U.S. Capitol.
Special programs during the show explore emerging trends in home and office design with craft, an interactive session covering the do’s and don’ts of selecting craft to enhance your world, a demonstration about how to subtly craft your fashion style and much more.
The mid-winter Jewish holiday of Chanukah (also spelled Chanukkah, Hanukkah and Hanukka) is a celebration of the ancient victory of the Maccabees over the occupation of Jerusalem by Syrian-Greeks and their king Antiochus IV.
Upon regaining the right to worship freely, the Jewish victors rededicated their Holy Temple and lit the menorah with pure oil found in the Temple. Although there was only enough oil for one day, it miraculously continued to burn for eight days, until they were able to prepare more oil.
Today, families celebrate the ancient victory, freedom and the miracle of the pure oil during the eight-day Chanukah holiday, also known as the Festival of Lights. Each day, the menorah candles are lit, beginning with one on the first day, then two on the second day until the eighth day when all eight candles are lit.