Beginning in the 1970s, Dupont Circle earned it the name of a “gayborhood” in DC. Today, it is home to the Capitol Pride block party and parade. Celebrate all month long at 1921, a Biergarten with Pride beers, rainbow crafts, history from Rainbow History Project, music, games, and use as a landing place for pre- and post- parade festivities.
KAMA DC and the Heurich House Museum present an “Immigrant-Owned Mini Markt” on Saturday, July 29th from 3-7 pm in the Museum's biergarten.
You know what pairs well? Craft Beer + Garden Crafts. This summer at 1921, a Biergarten, join us for a local craft beverage and free crafting every third Wednesday from 4-8pm.
On Saturday, June 3rd from 12-2pm, join the Heurich House Museum and founder of local small business Zenit Journals, Alina Liao, for a wellness journaling workshop in the museum’s Castle Garden. Learn how journaling can be a tool to improve your mental health, explore the concept of memory and how you want to be remembered, and explore Amelia’s journals up close in our new exhibit, Working Title.
For a decade, the Heurich House Museum’s Christmas Markt has championed the DC artisan maker community; in 2023, the museum will expand its weekend-long celebration into a month-long showcase. Maker Month will take place from Wednesday, November 1st to Sunday, December 3rd, 2023.
In support of DC Statehood and a more emancipated District, shop from 5 Black owned local small artisan maker businesses while enjoying brews from 8 Black owned local beer brands in the Black Beer Garden. In DC, Emancipation still does not equal representation in the federal government after over 160 years.