Arboretum Walking Group
Take a leisurely stroll through the gardens and grounds every Saturday.
DCV Senior Yoga
Increase your strength, balance, memory, and flexibility with classes led by a local yoga guru.
Group Exercise Classes
Power up with high energy classes for greater strength, tone, and balance.
Knitting & Stitching Group
Bring your knitting or sewing project and socialize with other Villagers.
Weekday Walking Group
Gather at the Fountain and set forth on a journey every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for strength and endurance.
Dining in Dupont
Enjoy new dining experiences and old favorites with small group, price-fixed lunches and dinners.
Go behind the scenes to explore art collections and fascinating places of interest.
Live and Learn Seminars
Hear experts provide the road map to legal, financial, physical fitness, mental health, travel, retirement and long-term care planning.
Sunday Soup Salons
Enjoy homemade soups and meet fascinating people in arts, politics, literature, and more who share their insights and uncover local treasures.
Tech Tuesdays Coffee
Network with Villagers for Tech Talk to share tips and address a range of tech concerns.
Annual Spring Gala
Join an exciting evening that brings together the entire community to bid on destinations with proceeds supporting our Village.
Purchase a front row seat as Villagers host celebrity guests in their homes for intimate conversation and a chance to support DCV.
DCV conducts a mass mailing appeal to donors, sponsors, friends and families to support our Village.
Members gather to celebrate a year in review and a forecast of upcoming events and priorities for our Village.
Our DCV family celebrates the holiday season in December with light fare and good cheer.
Ice Cream Social
DCV hosts this event during a hot Summer day to help member socialize and cool off.
Friends of Dupont Circle Villiage hosts this event in support of DCV.
A Matter of Balance
Learn practical strategies to reduce fear of falling and increase activity levels in this six-session DCV Falls Prevention Program.
AARP Drivers Safety
Enhance your skills to maintain confidence and safety while on the road.
Georgetown Senior Mentor Program
Inform the practice of medicine while working with students as they pursue a specialization in geriatric medicine.
Mad Hatter Tea
Participate in this invitational afternoon gathering to meet and socialize with other DCV members.
New Member Dinners
Learn more about DCV, ask questions and meet other new members.
(All events are for Members Only unless noted otherwise)
LIVE AND LEARN - A FOCUS ON ELDER LAW
Monday, February 27, 3:30-5:00
Morris Klein, J.D., M.P.P. will outline legal areas of which seniors should be aware. Mr. Klein is a Certified Elder Law Attorney and a fellow of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. [Reservations, please]
St. Matthew's, Cathedral, North Conference Room 1725 Rhode Island, NW
Monday, February 27, 3:00-4:00
1910 S St NW
Tuesday, February 28, 7:30 pm
Join DCV at Arena Stage for an evening of espionage, family loyalty, and Washington, DC – all in “Watch on the Rhine,” a timeless piece written by Lillian Hellman in 1941. With America on the brink of entering World War II, Fanny's daughter escapes to the DC suburbs with her German husband, a man deeply involved in anti-fascist movements. But with an Eastern European guest with ulterior motives also living in their midst, tensions rise as it becomes clear that no one's safety can be guaranteed — at home or abroad.
Arena Stage / 101 6th Street, SW
COFFEE AND TALK
Wednesday, March 1, 11:00 am
Coffee and Talk at Trio Restaurant, corner of 17th and Q. You may order lunch or just a bite to eat.
GRIDIRON CLUB RECEPTION
Sunday, March 5, 2:00-5:00 pm
999 Ninth St NW, Washington Renaissance Hotel Ballroom
Tuesday, March 14
Intelligence: Almost sold out. Based on Valerie Plame's true story, a covert operative is racing to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq when the unthinkable happens. With the country at war, her cover is blown and she must navigage a media frenzy, the CIA's search for answers and her diplomat's dogged pursuit of the truth. [RSVP required to hold seats]
Thursday, March 16, 12:00-2:00 pm
Better Nutrition Better Be Delicious! Co-Sponsored Activity with WNDC.
Best-Selling Author, Tess Masters (aka The Blender Girl) and Dietitian to the Stars , Ashley Koff RD. Woman’s National Democratic Club. Come taste how delicious better nutrition can be. Tess will demonstrate several of her delectable recipes for you to taste while she and Ashley share their tips for making better nutrition choices more often.
Tess’ new book “The Perfect Blend” available for purchase and signing. She will demo the new Kitchen-Aid blender that she helped design, as well as share some of her other favorite kitchen tools.
[RSVP and advance ticket required]
1526 New Hampshire Avenue, NW (at Q St.)
Tuesday, March 21, 11:00 am
Join us for a bit of breakfast and conversation about tech issues. Bring your questions and latest discoveries about software and hardware to share. We’ll begin by answering questions or considering topics that you send ahead of time to Ken Shuck, who prepares information on any tech subject, no matter how simple or complex. After that, we help you solve issues you have with phones, computers and other electronics. Bring your device as free Wi-Fi is available. [Limit 12 – RSVP Required].
LaTomate Caffé / 1701 Connecticut Avenue, NW