For eighty-four years, the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives has rallied in support of local and national farmer cooperatives across the United States. With over 3,000 cooperatives, owned and operated for the mutual benefit of members, the NCFC is one … Continue reading →
Don’t miss Fourth of July in Washington DC! It’s the place to be: there are festivities throughout the day, leading up to a spectacular fireworks display around 9:00pm at the National Mall. During the morning, Washington, DC’s 4th of July … Continue reading →
The Points of Light Foundation National Conference will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center from June 19th to the 21th, 2013. The Conference is a don’t-miss experience for social entrepreneurs to exchange ideas about what’s working and generate new … Continue reading →
The World Ocean Council invites senior management, researchers, government agencies, and non-governmental organizations to participate in this year’s Sustainable Ocean Summit held in Washington DC. This year’s 2013 Sustainable Ocean Summit will address the environmental challenges faced by business communities. … Continue reading →
This year, George Washington University will be hosting the 2013 Organizational Learning, Knowledge, and Capabilities Conference from April 25 to 27, 2013. Members are encouraged to present and discuss their research during this three day event. Organizers of the event … Continue reading →
Whatever your religious affiliation, the National Cathedral is sure to arouse your strongest emotions with its imposing structure, historic and cultural value. The Cathedral’s knowledgeable staff is prepared to offer visitors guided tours, but self-touring is also permitted. Be prepared … Continue reading →
The Muscular Dystrophy Association’s 2013 Scientific Conference will be held at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington D.C. from April 21 to 24, 2013. The title of this year’s conference is “Therapy Development for Neuromuscular Diseases: Translating Hope into Promises.” At this conference, academic experts and corporate professionals will rub elbows in an effort to combat muscular degeneration. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about cutting edge research and clinical developments in the world of muscular disorders. Aside from its main goal of keeping professionals up to date with the latest developments, this event is serves as a great place to network and collaborate with different organizations.
As you prepare plans for the MDA’s 2013 Scientific Conference, please keep us in mind for your Washington DC lodging needs. We are conveniently located within a brisk walk from the Wardman Marriott, or a 5 minute bus ride on the L2 Metro bus (see map below for directions). We look forward to your stay, our innkeeper’s will ensure that you feel at home.
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In order to foster a public discussion on global warming, the Earth Day Network is sponsoring a month long event at Union Station in Washington DC. Beginning on April 1 and lasting to April 30 2013 ,Washington DC’s Union Station … Continue reading →
The 2013 Good Jobs, Green Jobs Conference will be held this year in Washington D.C at the Washington Hilton from April 16 to 18, 2013. Countless environmental activists, community organizers, media heads, and public officials have gathered at the Good … Continue reading →
The first ever International Conference on Cultural Intelligence will be held this year in Washington D.C. at the historic Whittemore House from April 10 to 11, 2013. This event is organized by the Cultural Intelligence Institute whose mission is to … Continue reading →