Arena Stage Salutes Minority Landowners
Arena Stage will present a free program Sunday on the legacy of land ownership and architectural contributions by minority groups in America.
The event will feature Native American and African American scholars who will discuss how cultures and communities have been defined by their spiritual and legal rights to own property and build.
The two-hour program, which begins at 2 p.m. at Arena Stage, is offered in conjunction with the staging of Bertolt Brecht's "The Caucasian Chalk Circle."
Panelists will include Ruth Brown, president of the African American Historical Society of Prince George's County; Mitchell Bush, president of the American Indian Society; and Barbara Talley, director of the United Black Culture Center in Montgomery County.
For information, call 488-3300. AIDS Support Group
The St. Francis Center, a nonprofit, nonsectarian organization, sponsors a regular support group for people who have family members with AIDS.
The group is led by a center staff member and is open to relatives of anyone who is HIV-positive or anyone grieving an AIDS death.
The group meets from 6 to 8 p.m. the first and third Wednesdays of the month at St. Margaret's Church, 1820 Connecticut Ave. NW.
For information, call 363-8500. Choose Your School
Parents who want their children to attend D.C. public schools outside their neighborhoods during the 1991-92 school year may apply through April 30.
Parents of elementary school children can submit their request at the Presidential Building, Room 900 or Room 602. The building is at 415 12th St. NW.
Parents of junior high school students should take their requests to Room 904 of the same building.
Parents of senior high school students should go to Room 805.
For information, call 724-4044. Free Rabies Clinic
D.C. residents can bring their pets to a free rabies clinic offered Sunday by the Washington Humane Society and the Washington Animal Rescue League.
Free rabies vaccinations will be administered by licensed veterinarians from 9 a.m. to noon at Woodridge Elementary School at Carlton and Central avenues NE.
Dogs must be on a leash and cats must be in a carrier.
The clinic will be repeated from 9 a.m. to noon on Oct. 21 at Merritt Elementary School at 50th and Hayes streets NW.
For information, call 333-4010. Marathon Dancers Sought
The D.C. Special Olympics Committee is looking for dancers to participate in a series of benefit dance marathons sponsored by area nightclubs this month.
The mini-marathons are part of a drive to raise money to send a delegation of local special athletes to the 1991 International Summer Games.
To register or for information, call Tanya Edmond at 544-5770.