This Weekend: Life In One Cubic Foot, Bunnies and Music with Google

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‘Life in One Cubic Foot’ Exhibit

Opens March 4th

From DC Cool – You’d be amazed at what you can find in one cubic foot of Earth. This new interactive exhibit at the National Museum of Natural History will show what’s hiding inside biocubes (the life inside a cubic foot of soil or water over the course of a day). Dig and dive deep into ecosystems with Smithsonian researchers and discover the complex goings-on inside a small space that contains much more life than you could possibly imagine. The exhibit is located at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History.  Admission is free and runs daily from 10 am-5:30 pm.

Light Yards at Yards Park

March 6th from 7- 10 pm

In case you missed our blog post on the light up bunnies at Yards Park, here is the link to get you up to date.  Sunday will be your last chance to see the bunnies and other really cool light installations around the park. There are no special events planned this weekend so it shouldn’t be too chaotic, even though it is winding down.  The event is free and you can find out more information here.

Accelerate with Google 1st Annual Music Summit

March 6th from 10:30 am-4:30 pm

This event is free and open to all, with presentations, a panel, and breakout sessions especially created for the DC-area musician featuring renowned DC artists, industry insiders, and community leaders. Enjoy performances from your favorite DC bands and food from local vendors.

The Accelerate with Google Academy is a 12-week program designed to help businesses like yours start marketing online – and then be great at it. As a participant, you’ll get all the tools and training you need to advertise on the web, including live help and private consultations with dedicated experts. The program is customized, so by the end you’ll be ready to start meeting your business’s unique goals and making the most of the web.

To RSVP, please visit goo.gl/forms/eVIjTSs6Zo

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