Come and celebrate author Andréa Seiger and photographer John Dean and their newest guidebook “111 Places in Washington, DC That You Must Not Miss.”
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Where did Lincoln visit the day before he was assassinated? Which cemetery hosted a frightening stop on the Underground Railroad? Where did Duke Ellington play his first paid gig? And which mansion has over 70 secret passages?
Andréa Seiger has collected 111 unusual and exciting places that are waiting to be explored, combined with stunning photographs by John Dean, in “111 Places in Washington, DC That You Must Not Miss.” This new guidebook for locals and experienced travelers shows the capital from an entirely new perspective.
Step away from the traditional sites in this city of politicians, diplomats, innovators, artists, and hucksters to discover intriguing and little known artifacts and eateries, gardens and graves, flora and fauna, and many more places that will surprise and delight DC denizens new and old.
When: Thursday, June 28, 6:00pm -8:00pm
Where: The Saloon, 1205 U Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
Free RSVP: Eventbrite.com