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Taste of Tennis - This year Citi Taste of Tennis is kicking off the in DC. The evening will feature signature cuisine from Celebrity Chef Edward Lee and the city’s leading chefs and appearances by your favorite tennis stars. On Monday, July 30th, over 300 guests will have the opportunity to rub elbows with the world’s best tennis players while engaging with sponsors and enjoying amazing cuisine prepared by top chefs. Get your tickets while supplies last! 

SommCon _   This conference for wine industry professionals and serious enthusiasts has announced this year's winners for the Young Leaders Summit Scholarship program. The 10 professionals, all under the age of 30, with a passion for entering a profession in the wine and beverage industry or expanding their knowledge, receive complimentary conference registration to three days of education at the conference. They have multiple opportunities to expand their skillset and network with today's most acclaimed wine professionals, including Master Sommeliers, Masters of Wine, Hoteliers, Wine Directors, Distributors, professionals from Society of Wine Educators, and more. The conference runs from July 22-24: to get tickets here.
 
Monthly Cooking Classes - The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History is serving up American culinary traditions with a series of “Cooking Up History” demonstrations.  Each demonstration will be one hour long featuring food historian Ashley Rose Young paired with a guest chef each month to prepare a recipe and discuss the history of ingredients, techniques, cultural background or its association with a historical period or individual. You will be able to purchase a dish inspired by the featured recipe in the museum's cafe and the demonstration is free. Click here for the schedule of classes.

Snallygaster - Neighborhood Restaurant Group is pleased to announce the return of Snallygaster on October 13 - with no fewer than 350 unique craft beers and ciders from around the globe Beer Director/Partner, Greg Engert, selected the new, larger venue to better accommodate Snallygaster’s massive selection of the rarest and most exceptional craft beers, and also to make the seventh edition of his annual beastly beer fest the very best yet. This year's location is 6th Street & Pennsylvania Avenue NW. All ticket sales will benefit Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food & Agriculture, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a more equitable and sustainable local food system in the Washington, D.C. area. Get your tickets before they're gone!