With the (hopeful) arrival of spring, and the Cherry Blossoms, there won't be as much time for indoor activities. And you might remember that while the Washington Monument remains closed, there is a sensational view of the city for your out-of-town guests from the Clock tower at the Old Post Office (now known by some as Trump Hotel.) Remember you do not have to go through the hotel since the entrance is behind the building just east of Pennsylvania Avenue.
Here are some events you might want to find time for. Remember also that I continue to Rant and Rave periodically at www.ronlehkersrants.blogspot.com
Booktalk: Cara Robertson – The Trial of Lizzie Borden – P and P – 3:30 PM
Concert: Durufle's " Requiem" – The Arts Nova and St. John's Choir – present as a part of the worship service – St. John's Episcopal Church – Lafayette Square – 11 AM
Booktalk: Stuart Eizenstat - "President Carter: The White House Years - Tenleytown Library - 7PM
Booktalk: Susan Page – "The Matriarch: Barbara Bush and the Making of an American Dynasty" – National Archives – noon – 1 PM