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Su 4/27: BloomScreen & Compassion Over Killing present: Vegucated
Sunday, April 27th at 5:00 pm Join BloomBars and Compassion Over Killing as we celebrate US VegWeek 2014 (April 21-27) with the presentation of… Vegucated (2010, 76 min), by Marisa…
Camp Kolobok – Russian Music Workshop for Toddlers – NEW WEEKLY PROGRAM
Sundays at 10:00am – Camp Kolobok is a weekly Russian language workshop ideal for children 1.5-3.5 years old focused on developing a love for music and rhythm through songs, stories…
Tu 4/29: BloomScreen and TransAfrica present: Zulu Love Letter
Tuesday, April 29th at 7:00 pm To commemorate the 20th anniversary of South Africa’s first non-racial democratic election, TransAfrica and BloomScreen present the film ZULU LOVE LETTER by Ramadan Suleman…
Tu 5/6: BloomScreen and the Alliance Française present: Beyond the Cloud Yonaoshi 3.11
Tuesday, May 6th at 7:00 pm Beyond the Cloud Yonaoshi 3.11 (Au-Delà du Nuage) (2013, 94 min), by Keiko Courdy – is a documentary about Japan post Fukushima and the…
The Theatrical Journey Project for Children (Ages 3-6) – NEW WEEKLY PROGRAM!
Thursdays at 4pm Every Thursday at 4pm, Elizabeth Bruce of Sanctuary Theatre’s Performing Knowledge Project, will bring The Theatrical Journey Project to BloomBars’ BloomU. The project is a unique approach…
Nous Bloomons en Français (French Language Kids Concert) NEW WEEKLY PROGRAM!
BloomBars in partnership with Alliance Française is excited to present a new weekly program, Nous Bloomons en Français, every Friday at 5:30pm. Nous Bloomons en Français is a celebration of…
Touring Puppet Musical “Kevin Kammeraad and the Cooperfly Puppet Troupe”
Saturday, April 26th at 5:30pm Kevin loves to perform, write, draw, sing, make things, and wonder about possibilities. He is an award-winning artist, performer, and children’s author of…
Posted on | No CommentsSomeone died and now you have their things. Or maybe just one thing. It might not even be valuable. An old spoon or a glove. But you can’t bring yourself...
Posted on | No CommentsFriday, May 9th at 7:00 pm Elena (2012, 80 min), by Petra Costa – tells the true story of two sisters: Elena, an aspiring, young Brazilian who travels to New York...
Posted on | No CommentsTuesday, May 13th at 7:00 pm Besouro (The Assailant) (2009, 95 min), by João Daniel Tikhomiroff – is based on the life of Manuel Henrique Pereira (also known as Besouro...
Posted on | No CommentsHelp BloomBars win Washington City Paper's "Best Arts and Culture Nonprofit" for the third year in a row!
Posted on | No CommentsJoin us for yoga! A team of rotating guest instructors certified in a variety of yoga disciplines will lead class each Thursday evening.
Posted on | No CommentsBloomBars has the distinction of being nominated for a 2013 Mayor's Arts Award, specifically in the Outstanding Service to the Arts category. Will you help cheer us on?
Posted on | 4 CommentsEvery Wednesday, former Carnival Queen (Sau Paulo), expert sambista and renowned instructor Iliuma Zezeh will take you on a cultural excursion thought Brazil's Carnival.
Posted on | No Comments¡Uno, Dos, Tres con Andrés! is an interactive children’s show that teaches Spanish language and Latin American culture.
Posted on | No CommentsLiz DeRoche comfortably inhabits her own sound, somewhere between eclectic electronica and soulful pop. She will have you and your little ones singing and dancing with joy in no time.
Posted on | No CommentsIn June, 2013, Gregg Hammond of Guitars not Guns, reached out to BloomBars with a request for Artist in Bloom resident, Ella, to sing Gregg's song, "Set Me Free," at a Paul McCartney concert at Nationals Stadium on July 12th.