D.C. Mondays: 111 Places in Washington That You Must Not Miss

Mural of two Indigenous American men, one riding a horse and the other riding a donkey
Detail of a mural at the U.S. Department of the Interior Museum. Photo by John Dean/111 Places.

 

As students, workers and tourists return to D.C., and as D.C.’s notorious summer weather subsides, there is no better time to explore all that the capital has to offer. Join Andréa Seiger, author of the guidebook 111 Places in Washington That You Must Not Miss, on a virtual journey to explore unusual places and neighborhoods that may never have been on your radar.  

About Andréa Seiger 

Andréa Seiger came to D.C. to work at the Capital Hilton, where the history of the hotel, and the stories of longtime line staff piqued her interest. She intended to stay for two years, but has subsequently lived in D.C. for more than three decades, working in tourism, hospitality and meeting planning throughout.

How to Participate

To participate, register online, and we will email you a link and instructions for joining the program on Zoom. Simply follow that link at the time the event starts (12 p.m. EDT). When you register, you can also request to receive a reminder email one day before the program with the link included.  

About the D.C. Mondays Series

Join local authors, researchers and community members online for lively discussions about Washington, D.C.’s history, politics, culture and more. Browse upcoming programs