What to do during Covid-19? As you can see below, there aren’t many events on the DC calendar. What better time to explore some of the natural spaces hidden inside our city? Safe social distancing ahead!
DC Events This Week
Fall Pumpkin Harvest and Corn Maze
Join us at Great Country Farms to celebrate Autumn with hot apple cider & Pumpkin Picking!
Challenge the "What's a Henway?" Corn Maze, romp in our 12 acre play area of fun, learn all about apple cider with our live pressing demos, and purchase the perfect pumpkin from our patch!
Be sure to wear your walking shoes and bring a wagon to walk to our field or take our wagon ride.
**Reservations are required for weekend visits and have been selling out. For further admission and visit details, please visit our website or ticketing page below.**
WALA Creative Entrepreneurs Series: Contracts & Licensing
A series for creatives of all kinds who want to take the next step in their professional career by creating their own business.
WALA Creative Entrepreneurs Series
(Legal Issues for Creative Entrepreneurs)
WALA’s Creative Entrepreneurs Series is a series for creatives of all kinds who want to take the next step in their professional career by creating their own business. Explore the basics of forming a business for your creative endeavors, from deciding whether to incorporate as a non-profit or for-profit entity, to understanding copyrights and trademarks , to contract and negotiation skills , and finally to taxes and understanding the grants process.
The series comprises of six sessions to be held on *consecutive Tuesdays , starting Tuesday, September 15, 2020 and continuing through Tuesday, October 20, 2020 from 11am – 12:30pm.
*Attendees must Register for each individual session.
Session #3: Tuesday, September 29, 2020 ~ Contracts & Licensing
Presentation and Q & A with:
This session covers:
When is a deal a deal?
What can you license?
- Contract considerations
What Happens If Someone Fails?
- Governing Law
- Limitations on Remedies
Karl W. Means advises clients on a range of intellectual property-related issues, including working with clients on to protect and license copyrighted works covering a wide variety of subjects, including publishing, music, computer software and web-based content. Karl also counsels clients on the selection and protection of federally registered trademarks in the U.S., international trademarks, domain names and web-based advertising, and brand development. He also has extensive experience with technology-based transactions involving the commercialization of products and services, brand licensing, technology transfer, software licensing and development agreements.
Before joining Miles & Stockbridge, Karl was a Shareholder in the Intellectual Property practice at the firm of Shulman Rogers. Karl began his legal career with the U.S. Customs Service in Washington, D.C., where he was Senior Attorney in the Intellectual Property Rights Branch. Karl holds an M.B.A. from Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma.
The WALA Creative Entrepreneurs Series (CES) is free for WALA members and *$20 per workshop for non-members.
*Reduced rate General Admission tickets available through September 8, 2020.
This series is supported by a special collaborative effort between City of Alexandria Office of the Arts, Torpedo Factory Art Center , Arlington Arts , and ArtsFairfax . Complimentary tickets are available via these organizations. Contact your local arts agency for details.
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Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain: Power, Femininity, and Portraiture in the Court of Felipe III | National Portrait Gallery
Join Ross Karlan, world languages educator at the Geffen Academy at UCLA, as he examines a series of portraits of Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain (1584–1611) by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz and Andrés López Polanco. This series, painted between 1605 and 1910, is known for its elaborate representations of Queen Margaret in her crown jewels and elegant clothing. However, the More: towncalendar.org
Waterfront Wellness presented by Medifast
Free fitness classes return to West Shore Park! Baltimore-based Medifast and Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore ignite healthy habits within the Baltimore community through this season of FREE outdoor fitness classes! Classes are free to attend and all skill levels are welcomed, but participants are required to register in advance as each class will be limited to 40 participants. For more information and to register online, please visit: www.waterfrontwellnessbmore.com
Schedule of Classes:
8 AM: Bootcamp with XPF Studio
9 AM: Dance 2 Fitness with XPF Studio
8 AM: All Levels Yoga with YogaWorks
9 AM: All Levels Yoga with YogaWorks
6 PM: Line Dance to Fitness with Spirit Feet
5:30 PM: Bootcamp with Federal Hill Fitness
Safety Precautions for All Classes Are:
Waterfront Partnership Guides will be on site to manage class sizes, check in participants, and help enforce social distancing.
Physical distancing spaces are marked 8 ft. apart. Participants must stay within their designated area to maintain a safe distance from other participants.
Masks are always required except while exercising in the designated areas.
Participants should bring their own water and yoga mats.
Hand sanitizer will be readily available.
Participants are asked not to congregate in large groups before or after class.
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