News Release: Something Unusual Happening in D.C. December 16
New Non-Profit Launches Creative Form of Public Education in the Streets of Washington D.C.
Paul Lachelier, Founder, Learning Life. Cell: 617-905-5353. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On one day, Learning Life, a new and unusual educational non-profit, will be carrying out a creative series of events in the streets of Washington D.C. Learning Life will be performing street theater and distributing 10,000 corresponding interactive napkins (see adjoining image of the napkin) in restaurants at several high-traffic pedestrian locations in D.C. in order to promote public education about American political history, and particularly the presidency of John F. Kennedy in light of the 50th anniversary of his assassination this year.
This unusual project is a partnership between Learning Life and The Newseum. It is the first such initiative Learning Life is carrying out in the D.C. metro area, representing a new approach to public education, with more to come in 2014.
When & Where:
Monday, December 16, 11am-8pm in Dupont Circle, Union Station, Chinatown and Georgetown. See below for more precise schedule and locations.
Napkin Distribution Schedule:
Note: Times may change somewhat depending on traffic and other factors. Call Learning Life founder, Paul Lachelier, on his cell (number noted above) for more precise times on Monday December 16.
Napkin Distribution Schedule
11am: Chinatown-Penn Quarter
12pm: Adams Morgan
12:45: Dupont Circle
Street Theater Schedule
4:00-4:30pm: Dupont Circle Metro major exit on Connecticut Ave
5:00-5:30: Union Station main entrance/exit area
6:00-6:45: Chinatown Metro, performing at two exits on 7th St NW, one after the other
7:15-7:45: Georgetown, intersection of M St & Wisconsin Ave