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The Ford's Theatre Center for Education and Leadership is comprised of floors of permanent exhibits where visitors can explore how Lincoln's untimely death impacted American Histroy, and how his presidency is memorialized worldwide. The Center also has a separate gallery for special exhibits, and two floors of education studios and a distance learning lab to engage students and teachers globally.
Through seminars, internships and scholarships programs, and education and cultural tour among other activities, the Turkish Coalition of American (TCA) fosters, and promotes greater understanding, awareness, appreciation, and advancements of Turkish American interests in the United States.
L’Alliance Française de Washington, D.C. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-governmental organization that is not subsidized by the French government. It is an educational, cultural association headed by a Franco-American Board of directors. The AFDC is the leading center in the Washington, D.C. metro area for French language services and francophone resources. The goal of the Alliance is to challenge and enrich the lives of the D.C.
With the latest techology, custom decor, and the highest standard of service, Opera Ultra Nightclub endeavors to create a unique and sophisticated venue, with a full entertainment schedule featuring live DJs, and acoustic jazz performances; which collectively produce a unique and unrivaled experience in Washington DC.
Located on DC's historic Penn Quarter, the District Architecture Center (DAC) supports professional architects, and the field of architecture as a whole, through public awareness events including art exhibits featuring local and international architecture. DAC is also home to the American Institute of Architecture's DC office (AIA DC), and the Washington Architectural Foundation (WAF). Fully-equipped, state of the art meeting rooms, classrooms, and conference facilities are also available onsite for public use.
Dedicated to exhibiting the work of artists who live and work in the Washington, DC, region, The Heurich Gallery, is named in honor of the Heurich family, who has played a leading role in the development of Washington, DC for over 100 years.
The Tourist Information Center at the DC Chamber of Commerce provides accomodation, transportation, dining, and other activity information for visitors to DC
Adorned with lavish décor and chic designs, ULTRABAR Nightclub boasts a modern look with its state of the art lighting and sound system surrounding its six full service bars and five distinct floors, where DJs entertain you with the hottest musical mix, in a warm and inviting atmosphere.
Sax Restaurant and Lounge offers exceptional traditional French small plate dishes, speciality cocktails, and late night bottle service, alongside costumed entertaining performances ranging from the burlesque, to acrobatic pole, and theatrical ballet dancing, among others.