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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 8:00 AM
Board of Supervisors Breakfast 2018
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce – There are many important issues facing Loudoun County – a strained transportation system, the arrival of Metro, the Envision Loudoun process, an affordable housing shortage, and a growing budget, just to name a few. Join the Loudoun Chamber as we hear from four members of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors: Chair Phyllis Randall, Vice-Chair Ralph Buona, Supervisor Matt Letourneau (Chair of the Finance/Government Operations and Economic Development Committee) and Supervisor Geary Higgins (Chair of the Transportation and Land Use Committee).
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 9:00 AM
Cadence presents Dub Phizix + MC Strategy
Flash – Cadence kicks off 2018 with the return of Dub Phizix + MC Strategy!!! DUB PHIZIX + MC STRATEGY [SenkaSonic, Soul:r, Exit, Critical, Metalheadz, Ingredients | UK] http://www.dubphizix.com https://soundcloud.com/dubphizix + ENCRYPTION [Dirtbox Radio, Deep Sessions | DC] https://soundcloud.com/subdistrick/subd-aug2014-encryption + More TBA Green Room: SIMON (Sleaze, Composite) + SINESTRO (Your man in Havana): https://beatport.com/artist/sinestro/2168 https://soundcloud.com/sinestro https://soundcloud.com/simonpattee http://www.djsimon.us/ + More TBA Early bird/Advance tix: https://ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1621681 9pm. 21+ FLASH 645 Florida Avenue NW Washington, DC 20001 www.facebook.com/FlashClubDC www.facebook.com/CadenceDC
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 9:00 AM
Chalk Paint 101
On the Purple Couch LLC – Are you looking for a new “look” for those less than pretty pieces? Try Chalk Paint! There’s no need to strip, prime, or sand before you paint! We will learn 5 painting techniques, how to use the different types of wax, some color mixing, and how to use the Annie Sloan brushes! After this class you will be ready to tackle any piece! All supplies are included and classes are taught by Bahia Akerele. Registration is $140.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 9:30 AM
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 11:00 AM
Appraisal Trends Lunch and Learn
RE/MAX Gateway of the Washington DC Metro Area – Join James Hottle of Movement Mortgage and a guest appraiser for a lunch and learn as they discuss current appraisal trends.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 11:00 AM
Taxes for Realtors
Barcroft Realty Group, LLC – Come learn about taxes from the expert. Bring your questions for the Q&A session afterword Jerry W. Pemberton - CPA
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 12:00 PM
NVAR FORMS UPDATE - JAN 2018
RE/MAX Gateway of the Washington DC Metro Area – Join Toula Gross, Esq. and Partner with DUNLAP BENNETT & LUDWIG) for a Lunch & Learn on Thursday, January 18th. Learn the ins and outs of the January 2018 form revisions, to include the new K1208 – New Home Sales Contract, K1382 – Construction Financing and Appraisal Contingencies Addendum and K1373 – Options Addendum (New Home Sales Contract). Please RSVP and arrive early for Lunch. Training begins promptly at Noon. INSTRUCTOR: Toula Gross DATE: Thursday, January 18, 2017 TRAINING: 12:00pm-1:00pm LUNCH: 11:30am-12:00pm LOCATION: 9990 Fairfax Blvd, Suite 160, Fairfax, VA 22030 COST: Training is free. This class is NOT certified for CE. *ALL REALTORS are welcome to attend, regardless of brokerage affiliation. Questions? Please contact David Werfel, Managing Broker 703-652-7000 Location: REMAX Gateway - FAIRFAX 9990 Fairfax Blvd, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 - Jan 21 @ 4:00 PM
We're Still Here: Celebrating One Year of Resistance
Denizens Brewing Co – One long year of Trump down, but the good news is - We're Still Here! On the anniversary of Trump's inauguration, we'll be celebrating one year of a badass resistance. Each day we will be raising pints while we raise money and celebrate the great work of organizations that are fighting the good fight for liberty and justice for all. Denizens will donate 10% of sales each day, and we'll have information on the important work these groups are doing available in the taproom. Come by for a beer, and do some good to kick off 2018 while you're at it. Thursday: Ayuda Friday: Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington - PPMW Saturday: ACLU Sunday: Climate Reality and One Montgomery Green
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 5:00 PM
RCES Spirit Night at Chick Fil A Kentlands
Rachel Carson Elementary School PTA – Join us for our first restaurant night of 2018! Chick fil a is always a fan favorite so let's make the biggest spirit night yet!
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 5:00 PM
Sustainability, Corporate Value, and SEC Reporting
The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law – – Securities Law Program presents – Sustainability, Corporate Value, and SEC Reporting with Daniel Goelzer, Senior Counsel, Baker McKenzie LLP Thursday, January 18, 2018 5:00 p.m. Slowinski Courtroom Reception to follow Dan Goelzer is a Senior Counsel in the Washington, DC office of Baker McKenzie. He has more than 40 years of securities law experience, including service in senior positions at both the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. He advises clients on securities law disclosure and other SEC regulatory issues, on directors’ responsibilities and corporate governance matters, and on auditor regulation. He is a member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board and he currently serves as the President of the Securities Exchange Commission Historical Society.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 5:30 PM
A Conversation About "Americans"
Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian – Join us for insider perspectives in a conversation with the curators of "Americans" and the Director of the National Museum of the American Indian, Kevin Gover (Pawnee). "Americans" is the museum’s bold new exhibition that explores how American Indians have shaped U.S. history, national consciousness, and contemporary experience. The exhibition opens January 18 and will be available for viewing during regular museum hours on the day of the conversation. This event is free, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED, please RSVP: NMAI-SSP@si.edu Curators Paul Chaat Smith (Comanche) and Cécile Ganteaume, and the National Museum of the American Indian director Kevin Gover (Pawnee) will offer their insight on the creation of this provocative exhibition in a conversation moderated by Gerald McMaster (Plains Cree/Member of the Siksika First Nation). A book signing for "Officially Indian: Symbols That Define the United States," the notable book by Cécile Ganteaume that accompanies the exhibition, will follow. Event flyer: http://nmai.si.edu/sites/1/files/pdf/seminars-symposia/Americans-symposium-flyer.pdf About "Americans" American Indian images, names, and stories infuse American life. The images are everywhere, from the Land O’Lakes butter maiden to the Cleveland Indians’ mascot. American Indian names are everywhere too, from state, city, and street names to the Tomahawk missile. And the familiar historical events of Pocahontas’s life, the Trail of Tears, and the Battle of Little Bighorn remain reference points in everyday conversations. This exhibition offers a revelatory way to understand the pervasive imagery of American Indians that surrounds 21st century Americans. The exhibition also provides evidence of a surprising, profound, and deeply entangled history.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 5:30 PM
Headroom #002.04
Flash – HEADROOM Listening Sessions A curated workshop for artists producing electronic dance music to test their music in a club on a world class sound system. Artists discuss production technique, share ideas and provide constructive critique of the tracks played in each Session. Submissions will be accepted starting SUNDAY JANUARY 7, until the event is full. Follow the format below and send to: Submissions@HeadroomLSDC.com HEADROOM ARTIST SUBMISSION GUIDE LINES: _______________________________________ You MUST use the following format when submitting music for any monthly HEADROOM Listening Session. NO EXCEPTIONS. File Types accepted:WAV or AIFF ONLY. 1. Export your track with the following file name convention: ARTIST NAME_TRACK NAME (ex: CHADWICKED_HEADROOM) 2. Create A NEW EMAIL addressed to HEADROOM.EVENT.INFO@gmail.com and paste a link to download the track in the body of the email. Tracks buried several emails deep will be DISCARDED. ______________________________________ SAMPLE EMAIL (COPY/PASTE): ______________________________________ TO: Submissions@HeadroomLSDC.com SUBJECT LINE: Should read EVENT MONTH_YOUR REAL NAME_ARTIST NAME (ex: JANUARY_CHADWICK WILSON_CHADWICKED) PLEASE NOTE: Do not create a shared folder for the HEADROOM email, just the link is fine. Leave the link open and accessible until the day after the event. BODY OF EMAIL: 1. Your Real Name: 2. Artist Name: 3. Track Name: 4. Track Credits: 5. Link to Download: 6. Quick overview of your studio and gear/notable software used to make the track: 7. What are you listening for in this track?: 8. Short Bio: (3-4 sentences MAX) (Here you should BRIEFLY mention how long you have been producing music for, any forthcoming releases, labels you have previously released music with, any other project aliases or group names you work under.) ______________________________________ FAQ: ______________________________________ Q: You need my real name? Seriously? A: Yes, you must provide your REAL NAME at HEADROOM because authenticity and honesty are integral to the collaborative environment at each event. I want to know who I am talking to and how to introduce you to others in the group. Q: When must I get my music to you by? A: Submissions generally open the second Sunday of the month but are occasionally adjusted for the calendar. (Check Facebook: @HEADROOMLISTENINGSESSIONS for updates. Request to join the HEADROOM private group on FB). The event is held on the third Thursday of every month. Q: How will I know if my submission will be featured this month? A: Expect to receive email confirmation following receipt of your track. Also expect a follow up email with the event details and line up sent a couple of days prior to the event. Q: Help! I’m on the line up but can no longer attend! A: Send me an FB/text/email message ASAP so that someone else can have a chance to participate on short notice. Have more questions? Email me at Chadwick@HeadroomLSDC.com or FB message @HEADROOMLISTENINGSESSIONS and we’ll figure it out. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ The event is open to anyone that wants to come, so encourage others and bring your studio partners…. This is your event, I simply organize it, so if you are a participating artist please take the time to invite your friends. It's up to all of you to make this worthwhile and I hope the monthly sessions will become a part of your work flow! Make more music and make it better at HEADROOM. Cheers, Chadwick. Curator of HEADROOM, Flash
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 5:30 PM
After-Hours Mixer & New Member Reception
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce – A different venue each month makes our signature After Hours Mixer & New Member Reception the place to be on every third Thursday. Join Chamber members, Board members and new members as they power network around fine catering and tasty beverages.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 5:30 PM
January Third Thursdays
Cornell Club of Washington – Following in the Spirit of Zinck's Night, join fellow Cornellians, who are in Washington, DC for a day or a lifetime, at a social event on the Third Thursday of each month. Get to know each other & unwind! Buy your own drinks & meet other Cornellians. https://cornellclubdc.org/event-2672214
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 6:00 PM
January Post Holiday Happy Hour
Penn State Alumni, Metro Washington, D.C. Chapter – Come thaw out and celebrate a great bowl win and New Year with your fellow Penn Staters! Happy hour specials until 7pm. Thursday night Mug Night: $5 mugs with $2 refills on Coors, Budweiser, and Shock Top.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 6:00 PM
Jan MoCo Social- Pizza CS, Rockville, MD
National Capital Chapter - BMW Car Club of America – Come join us at our great MoCo location, Pizza CS in the heart of Rockville. Located across from Congressional Plaza next to Fuddrucker's on Rockville Pike, there is plenty of parking for a great car meet. We've had some great turnouts in previous months, and Pizza CS is also one of the highest rated pizza places in the DC area, so how can you not join us? Pizza CS 1596B Rockville Pike Rockville, MD 20852 In order to continue having future socials, the club will cover up to $10/member (which includes food and soft drinks), so we'll collect $ to help cover the remaining part of the bill (usually $10-20/head including tax and tip). Those who have more drinks or order more expensive food items will need to chip in more than those who stay within the $10/head limit. We'll hangout starting at 6p (weather permitting) and go inside by 7pm. Please RSVP so we can get an accurate headcount.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 6:00 PM
Concealed Carry Course
NRA Headquarters Range – See http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=yewr6tjab&oeidk=a07eesl6n94960c2263 or call 800-528-5862 for more information.
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 6:00 PM
Annual Meeting
Hispanic Bar Association of DC – ANNUAL MEETING & ELECTIONS Renew your membership here. Candidate statements are available here. Thursday, January 18, 2018 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Acadiana 901 New York Ave, NW Metro: Gallery Pl-Chinatown (Red Line) | Convention Center (Green & Yellow Lines)
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 6:30 PM
Artist Talks with Monroe Isenberg + Grant McFarland
IA&A at Hillyer – Hillyer presents our 2018 exhibiting artists! Join us for artist talks with our January exhibiting artists Monroe Isenberg and Grant McFarland, and a meet-and-greet reception with our newly selected 2018/19 artists! Newly selected artists: Damon Arhos Mills Brown Alexandra Delafkaran Spencer Dormitzer Gayle Friedman Carolyn Fucile Michal Gavish Lindsay Hall Kaitlin Jencso Tom Olson Andrea Limauro Olivia Morrow Jenna North Danielle O'Brien Salvatore Pirrone Samantha Sethi Richard Smolinski Michael West
 
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    Thursday Jan 18 @ 6:30 PM
Strong Starts Here Series
Girls on the Run of Northern Virginia – We are excited to launch the 'Strong Starts Here' Series in January 2018 to give women involved with Girls on the Run of NOVA an opportunity to come together for a time to discuss and share. We want to create a space for our coaches and friends of the program to share how we (as adult women) can relate GOTR core values to our own personal lives. All events in this series are free. The first event of our new series will be in Loudoun County at Solace Brewery for a night of drinks and conversation on the core value of: Stand up for ourselves and others. Subsequent events in the series are tentatively scheduled as follows: *Prince William County in late February 2018 to discuss the core value: Embrace our differences and find strength in our connectedness *Arlington County in mid-April 2018 to discuss the core value: Nurture our physical, emotional, and spiritual health