Sunday, 13 March - PG County Police shot a man in Mount Rainier.
Tuesday, 15 March, 5:30 p.m. at 34th and Bunker Hill - Mount Rainier members of MoveOn.org have organized a local corollary to today's nationwide protests in support of labor in Wisconsin. "Guys, it's time to hit the streets. The corporate right is trying to pay for their phony wars & bail-out rip-offs by slashing all social services across the board. We have until the March 18 budget deadline to push Congress in another direction. WE PLAN FOR THIS STREET PROTEST TO BE FUN & EFFECTIVE Music, singing & dancing; cash food & drink at Glut, ZZs & Francis; chants; stand up comedy maybe, a few short speeches, & lots of schmoozing with your friends & neighbors."
Tuesday, 15 March, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, One Municipal Place - "A special meeting of the mayor and council."
Thursday, 17 March - Sunday, March 20 - Dance Box Theater's Affectations at Joe's Movement Emporium.
Commissioned by the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Created by Laura Schandelmeier & Stephen Clapp with Dance Artist Ilana Faye Silverstein, Installation Artist Lorne Covington and Composer James Harkins.
Wednesday, 30 March - Sunday, 17 April - Active Culture Theater's The Resurrectionist King at Joe's Movement Emporium.
"It's 1884 and times are hard at the struggling Theatre Comique. But Vigo Jansen, DC 's most infamous grave robber, is determined to put on a one man show. The Resurrectionist King is based on the true story of Vigo Jansen, a man who robbed local cemeteries to get cadavers for DC's medical schools and scientists."
Saturday, April 9 - Mount Rainier Better Block Project
"Join us, and hundreds of community members and partners, as we turn a half-vacant commercial block in Mount Rainier into a vibrant “Main Street” with outdoor cafes, performers, local vendors, and art installations. The goal of the project is to show the economic potential of 34th Street while energizing the community."
Every Friday morning, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. - Toddler Time. "Art Works welcomes our youngest community artists and their accompanying grownup to join us for creative time. Art Works asks for a $5 materials donation, and with that, our kids will be making play dough, working in clay, and using a wide variety of art materials to play, create, and get messy." 3711 Rhode Island Ave (the Post Office building).