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Appalachian Mountain Club Washington DC Chapter
Promotes outdoor activities and conservation in the mountains of the northeastern United States. Includes activities, programs, trip reports and weather information.
Brotherhood of the Knights of the Vine - Nation's Capitol Chapter
Association of individuals who share an appreciation for and an interest in vines and wines. Includes events, news and membership information.
C&C PALS Dog Training
Offering small group classes, clicker training, puppy socialization, in-home behavior consultations and private lessons.
Capital Area Austin Healey Club
Dedicated to the enjoyment and preservation of the Austin Healey and Healey marque cars. Includes membership information, newsletter, photos, events and classifieds.
DC Triathlon Club
Works to organize and support local triathletes. Includes calendar, newsletter, events and forum.
District of Columbia Radio Control Club
Offers a flight training program and runs a model field. Includes membership information, events, certification information, field location and newsletter.
FAA Flying Club of Washington, DC
Works to stimulate and encourage interest in aviation. Includes membership information, aircraft, flight training information and rates.
Friends of Fort Dupont Ice Arena
Year-round, indoor, ice skating rink. General information, admission, schedules.
Mid-Atlantic Off Road Enthusiasts
Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC's largest and most active mountain advocacy club. MORE sponsors weekly group rides.
Morgan Car Club of Washington D.C.
Home of the "Rough Rider" newsletter and hosts of Morgan related events. Includes photographs, puzzles, videos, history, membership information and calendar.
National Capital Heisey Collectors Club
Promotes the collecting and study of glassware produced by A. H. Heisey. Contains event dates and newsletters.
Potomac Bottle Collectors
A non-profit antique bottle club. Forum, events, newsletters and photo gallery.
Recreation Wish List Committee
Describes its activities in support of better recreational programs and facilities for DC children and teens.
Rock Creek Park Horse Center
Offers pony rides, trail rides in Rock Creek Park, riding lessons, and summer camps.
Sidwell Summer Camps
Programs for ages 3 to 18, including summer studies classes, and a variety of enrichment workshops in Washington DC and Maryland. Description of programs, rates, and schedule organized by type and age.
Social Club of the Potomac
Promotes an annual New Year's Eve charity ball and shares information about similar events throughout the year.
Sportrock
Offers indoor climbing facilities in Alexandria and Sterling, Virginia and Rockville, Maryland. Includes hours, rates, course offerings and a discussion forum.
Verizon Center
Home to the NBA’s Wizards, NHL’s Capitals, WNBA's Mystics and Georgetown Hoyas and presents concerts, family shows and other sporting events. Includes event schedule, seating maps and ticket information.
Washington DC Furies
Women's rugby club. Includes team history, game schedule and information on the annual Ruggerfest invitational tournament.
Washington DC Gaels Gaelic Athletic Association
Sporting and social club promotes Irish culture and sport. Events, pictures, profile, history, and newsletter.
Washington Post Sports
News, articles and events. Requires free registration.
Washington Tennis & Education Foundation
Describes the foundation's tennis programs for DC-area youths, particularly those from low-income communities.
Washington, DC, Metropolitan Area Lego Train Club - WamaLTC
Club of adult Lego enthusiasts who collect, build, and play with Lego trains. Has club information, description and photos of show displays created by members, meeting reports and Web links.
Wine Tasting Association
Works to educate individuals about wine and related topics. Includes events, membership information, wine talks and volunteer opportunities.
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