"You know, this isn't theatre like it used to be." -Katherine DunhamRead more
Encouraging seniors to stay actively involved with their communities, young people, and people of differing cultures.
Here's a DN story published in today's edition of the Laurel Leader newspaper: World War II African-American vets excelled despite racism By Gwendolyn Glenn Posted 3/11/10 When George Jackson was growing up in Silver Spring in the late 1920s, even though his father worked three jobs to make ends meet for Jackson and his eight siblings, there never seemed to be enough money to support the family. Discrimination and other obstacles prevented many AfricanRead more
We're in the news! Check out the front page of the Kennedy Center's volunteer newsletter: Get ready to participate in a fun National Volunteer Week co-production hosted by the Friends Outreach Committee, Double Nickels and Friends, Creating Reminiscent Theater Through Staging Conversations, on April 22 in the Terrace Gallery. The event will be the staging of a wedding reception, with Friends’ memories of weddings and receptions an integral part.Read more
Quote for the day: "Remember, Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, but backwards AND in high heels!" - Faith WittleseyRead more