The community events calendar in the June 9 D.C. Extra contained an incorrect location and telephone number for a lecture on Southeast Asian textiles. The lecture begins at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Textile Museum, 2320 S St. NW. For information, call 202-667-0441, Ext. 64. (Published 6/10/2005)

Thursday 9

BLUES AND JAZZ CONCERT, Memphis Gold, noon-2 p.m., Farragut Square, Connecticut Avenue and K Street NW. Free. 202-463-3400.

CHORAL CONCERT, the Library of Congress Chorale performs love songs and P.D.Q. Bach's "Liebeslieder Polkas," noon-1 p.m., Library of Congress, Jefferson Building, Coolidge Auditorium, 10 First St. SE. Free. 202-707-9813.

CLASSICAL RECITALS, mezzo-soprano Tanya Coyne, 12:15-12:45 p.m. today; organist Eric Plutz, 12:15-12:45 p.m. June 16, National City Christian Church, 5 Thomas Cir. NW. Free. 202-232-0323.

ART DOCUMENTARY, "Fiction Artists" (2005), about how artists are portrayed in feature films, 8 p.m., Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Independence Avenue and Seventh Street SW. Free. 202-633-1000.

Friday 10

BLUES AND JAZZ VOCALS, vocalist and guitarist Cathy Ponton King performs with bassist Jim Robeson, guitarist Mike Lessin, pianist Bill Starks, drummer Bob Berberich and saxophonist Ron Holloway, noon, National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave. NW. Free. 202-783-7370.

CLASSICAL RECITAL, members of the Friday Morning Music Club perform works by Schumann, Handel, Mozart and others, noon, Charles Sumner School, 1201 17th St. NW. Free. 202-333-2075.

MUSEUM JAZZ CONCERT, Joshua Bayer Quartet, 5-8 p.m., National Gallery of Art, Sculpture Garden, Seventh Street and Constitution Avenue NW. Free. 202-289-3360.

KENNEDY CENTER DANCE PROGRAMS, tango by Tierra Tango, 6 p.m. Friday; dance instructors teach visitors South American dancing, 5:30 p.m., Grand Foyer, 2700 F St. NW. Free. 202-467-4600.

1939 WORLD'S FAIR, documentary, "The World of Tomorrow" (1991), Jason Robards narrates a collection of newsreels, photographs, home movies and cartoons about the fair, which featured future technologies, 7 p.m., National Archives, Constitution Avenue NW, between Seventh and Ninth streets. Free. 202-501-5000.

EARLY MUSIC CONCERTS, Camerata Trajectina, an early music ensemble from the Netherlands, performs 17th- and 18th-century Dutch sea chanteys, 7:30 p.m. Friday; the Palestrina Choir performs works by Tomas Luis de Victoria, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Second and C streets NE. $20. 703-684-2114.

Saturday 11

GARDENING WORKSHOP, Liz McDowell of Elk Ridge Nature Works discusses how to create a rain garden, a butterfly garden or backyard habitat using native plants, 10-11 a.m., National Arboretum, 3501 New York Ave. NE. $12; preregistration required. 202-245-4523.

ST. ELIZABETHS HOSPITAL, celebration of its 150th anniversary, with Civil War reenactors and information on the hospital's role during the war; signaling demonstration by the Signal Corps Association Reenactor Division; Federal City Brass Band performance; spirituals sung by baritone Daniel Comegys; reenactments of medical, dental and surgical techniques in use in 1855; and more, sponsored by the D.C. Department of Mental Health, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, enter through Gate 5 of the hospital, Alabama Avenue SE. Free. 202-562-4000.

ROCK CREEK PLANT PROGRAM, for ages 7 and older, a park ranger leads volunteers in the removal of non-native plants; gloves, bags and clippers provided, bring water, 10:30 a.m., Peirce Barn, Tilden Street and Beach Drive NW. Free. 202-895-6070.

MUSEUM FLAG DAY EVENT, stories about the origins of the flag and the national anthem, patriotic performances by the Fifes and Drums of York Town, flag-folding demonstrations by the Fort McHenry Guard and more, noon-4 p.m., National Museum of American History, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW. Free. 202-633-1000.

COURTROOM MURDER CASES, Cynthia Lee discusses her book "Murder and the Reasonable Man: Passion and Fear in the Criminal Courtroom," about how societal prejudice might influence the outcomes of certain criminal cases, 12:30 p.m., Juanita E. Thornton-Shepherd Park branch library, 7420 Georgia Ave. NW. Free. 202-541-6100.

CREATION MYTHS OF INDIA, storyteller Meena Arora Nayak tells tales of creation, including those depicted in the exhibit "The Arts of the Indian Subcontinent and the Himalayas," 1 and 2 p.m., Freer Gallery of Art, 12th Street and Jefferson Drive SW. Free. 202-633-1000.

EDDIE KENDRICKS TALK, Jimi Dougans, former member of the Eddie Kendricks Band, discusses the music of the late Kendricks, a former Temptations lead singer, 1 p.m., Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, 901 G St. NW. Free. 202-727-1211.

ROTHKO BOOK TALK, Christopher Rothko, son of American painter Mark Rothko, discusses "The Artist's Reality: Mark Rothko's Crystal Ball," 1:30 p.m., National Gallery of Art, East Building, 600 Constitution Ave. NW. Free. 202-737-4215.

ROCK CREEK BIRD WALK, for ages 7 and older, a park ranger leads a short hike and discusses the birds in the park and their importance to it, 2 p.m., Rock Creek Park, nature center, 5200 Glover Rd. NW. Free. 202-895-6070.

KIDS ASIAN ART PROGRAM, for ages 6-14, a staff member leads a tour of an exhibit of the art of the Himalayas and the Indian subcontinent, then helps children make a kite to take home, 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 1050 Independence Ave. SW. Free. 202-633-1000.

TEXTILE LECTURE, museum curator Mattiebelle Gittinger discusses "Endowed Cloth: Textiles From Insular Southeast Asia," about the role of textiles in the daily and ceremonial lives of people who settled the islands of Southeast Asia before Islam and Christianity were established there, 2:30 p.m., National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave. NW. $15; preregistration required. 202-783-7370.

MODERN DANCE PERFORMANCE, members of Word/Dance/Theater perform excerpts of "States of Mind" and "My Mother's Gate," 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, American University, Harold and Sylvia Greenberg Theatre, 4200 Wisconsin Ave. NW. $25; seniors and students, $15. 202-885-2587.

ASTRONOMY, a park ranger and members of the National Capital Astronomers demonstrate how to view stars, planets and other phenomena using telescopes, 9 p.m., Rock Creek Park, Military Field, near Picnic Groves 13 and 14, off Glover and Military roads NW. Free. 202-895-6070.

Sunday 12

ROCK CREEK BIKE RIDE, for ages 10 and older, a ranger leads a ride to Boundary Bridge, bring a bike, helmets are required, 10 a.m., Rock Creek Park Nature Center, 5200 Glover Rd. NW. Free. 202-895-6070.

CAPITAL PRIDE FESTIVAL, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered Arts Consortium is sponsoring a day of musical concerts, an improvisational comedy group and a lesson in square dancing; performers include D.C. Swing, Lambda Squares, Bread and Roses Feminist Singers and others, 11:45 a.m.-5 p.m., Arts Corner Stage, Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Free. 202-546-1549.

BASKET WEAVING PROGRAMS, Aaron Yakim and Cynthia Taylor, Appalachian white oak basket weavers, discuss finding suitable wood in West Virginia and felling, splitting, carving, whittling and weaving it into a rib or split basket, 1 p.m.; weaver JoAnne Russo demonstrates techniques of Maine's Agamenticus basket makers, using black ash, porcupine quills and pine needles, 3 p.m., Renwick Gallery, 17th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW. Free. 202-633-1000.

ROWING DEMONSTRATION, for ages 13 and older, members of the Capital Rowing Club demonstrate the sport of sculling, 1-4 p.m., Anacostia Community Boathouse, 1115 O St. SE. Free. 202-399-5065 or

INDIA STORIES IN DANCE, Nilimma Devi and Anila Kumari tell myths from India through dance, poetry and music, 1 and 2 p.m., Freer Gallery of Art, 12th Street and Jefferson Drive SW. Free. 202-633-1000.

CHAMBER MUSIC, Modern Musick performs works by Luigi Boccherini, 3 p.m., St. Mary Mother of God Catholic Church, 727 Fifth St. NW. $20. 703-684-2114.

INDIAN VOCAL RECITAL, Geetha Raja performs love songs and more; violinist Radhika Mani and percussionist Anoor Dattatreya Sharma provide accompaniment, 3 p.m., Freer Gallery of Art, Meyer Auditorium, 12th Street and Jefferson Drive SW. Free. 202-633-1000.

CATHEDRAL ORGAN RECITAL, Herman Taylor, 5 p.m., Washington National Cathedral, Massachusetts and Wisconsin avenues NW. Free. 202-537-6200.

MUSEUM PIANO RECITAL, Carlos Cesar Rodriguez performs works by Bartok, Ravel and others, 6:30 p.m., National Gallery of Art, West Building Garden Court, 600 Constitution Ave. NW. Free. 202-842-6941.

Monday 13

ARCHITECTURE LECTURE, architect Jonathan Lipman, past president of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy, discusses energy-efficient buildings, 6:30 p.m., National Building Museum, 401 F St. NW. $15; reservations required. 202-272-2448.

"THE NASTY GIRL," 1991 film by Michael Verhoeven about an adolescent's research into the history of her town's involvement in the Holocaust during World War II, in German with English subtitles, 6:30 p.m., Goethe Institute, 812 Seventh St. NW. $6; seniors and students, $4. 202-289-1200.

EGYPT PROGRAM, a discussion by Egyptian writer Mohammed Salmawy of Egyptian author Naguib Mahfouz's novel "Arabian Days and Nights"; a performance on an Egyptian flute; a viewing of the original Nazli Madkour paintings from the Mahfouz book; and a reception, 7 p.m., Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 17th St. NW. Free; reservations required. 202-639-1770.

COUNTERTOP QUARTET, a performance of Renaissance and baroque music for high voices, 10 p.m., St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Rock Creek Church Road and Webster Street NW. Donations requested. 202-318-9180.

Tuesday 14

CHINESE CERAMIC ART TALK, conservator Ellen Chase and conservation scientist Blythe McCarthy discuss how to study Chinese ceramics, noon, Freer Gallery of Art, 12th Street and Jefferson Drive SW. Free. 202-633-1000.

CLASSICAL RECITAL, the Moeller Cello and Guitar Duo, 12:10 p.m., Church of the Epiphany, 13th and G streets NW. Free. 202-347-2635, Ext. 18.

KENNEDY CENTER FREE CONCERTS, Czech jazz pianist and composer Emil Viklicky and Zuzana Lapikova perform "The Rebel's Wife," a story inspired by Moravian folklore, 6 p.m. Tuesday; violinist Yang Liu, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Grand Foyer, 2700 F St. NW. 202-467-4600.

"PORGY AND BESS," 1959 film adaptation of the Gershwin musical, starring Sidney Poitier, Dorothy Dandridge, Sammy Davis Jr., Pearl Bailey and Diahann Carroll, 6:30 p.m., Library of Congress, Madison Building, Mary Pickford Theater, 101 Independence Ave. SE. Free; reservations recommended. 202-707-5677.

HARPSICHORD DUO RECITAL, Lois Narvey and Ralitza Patcheva perform works by J.S. Bach and others; cello accompaniment by Vasily Popov and Jeff van Osten, 7 p.m., Levine School of Music, 2801 Upton St. NW. Free. 202-686-8000.

CLASSICAL RECITAL, members of the Friday Morning Music Club perform works by Telemann, J.S. Bach and Haydn, 7:30 p.m., Dumbarton House, 2715 Q St. NW. Free. 202-333-2075.

BIRD WATCHING TALK, Dan Koeppel discusses his book "To See Every Bird on Earth: A Father, a Son and a Lifelong Obsession," about the history of birding in America and how his hobby has shaped his life, 7:30 p.m., National Zoological Park, 3001 Connecticut Ave. NW. Free; reservations requested. 202-633-4085.

Wednesday 15

SENIORS LECTURES, Andrea Morris, executive director of Friendship Place's Community Council for the Homeless, discusses why people become homeless, 10 a.m. Wednesday; ethnomusicologist Leo Sarkisian discusses indigenous African music, 10 a.m. June 16, Institute for Learning in Retirement (an affiliate of American University), Temple Baptist Church, 3850 Nebraska Ave. NW. Free. 202-885-3920.

NATIONAL HISTORY DAY, middle and high school student finalists in the National History Day Competition discuss and display their history projects and perform, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., National Museum of American History, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW. Free. 202-633-1000.

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES, a panel of directors of presidential libraries discuss their collections and educational programs, noon, National Archives, Constitution Avenue NW, between Seventh and Ninth streets. Free; reservations required. 202-501-5000.

JAZZ VOCALISTS, the Air Force Band's Airmen of Note, noon-1 p.m., National Air and Space Museum, Sixth Street and Independence Avenue SW. Free. 202-633-1000.

CORCORAN JAZZ CONCERT, pianist Ron Kramer, 12:30 p.m., Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 17th St. NW. Free. 202-639-1774.

HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR LECTURE, Helen and William Luksenberg, from Poland, discuss their initial meeting at Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp and their reunion in a displaced persons camp following the war, 1 p.m., U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Pl. SW. Free. 202-488-0427.

"HOTEL RWANDA," 2004 film starring Don Cheadle, about the true story of a hotel manager's actions that saved 1,200 people from death during a genocidal clash between tribal Hutus and Tutsis in 1994 Rwanda; a discussion with Paul Rusesabagina, the real-life hotel manager, and Terry George, the film's writer and director, follows, 6-9 p.m., National Geographic Society, 17th and M streets NW. Free; reservations required. 202-857-7700.

LIBRARY TRUSTEES MEETING, librarians from the Woodridge and Lamond-Riggs public libraries discuss information about the communities they serve, 6 p.m., Woodridge Regional branch library, 1801 Hamlin St. NE. Free. 202-541-6226.

GARY COOPER FILM, "A Man From Wyoming" (1930), about bridge building engineers who are in Wyoming when World War I begins and their war experiences; plus "Helpmates" (1932), a Laurel and Hardy short feature, 7 p.m., Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, 545 Seventh St. SE. $5. 202-547-6839.

AUSTRIAN PHOTOGRAPHY RECEPTION, for "Viennese Types," a collection of works by Emil Mayer depicting everyday life of Vienna in 1910, light refreshments served, 7:30-9 p.m. Wednesday; exhibit continues, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays, through Sept. 4, Austrian Embassy, 3524 International Ct. NW. Free; reservations required. 202-895-6776.

Thursday 16

CATHEDRAL WOODS WALK, Washington National Cathedral horticulture manager Nate Heavers leads a tour and discusses invasive exotic plants and native plants in Olmsted Woods and the philosophy behind the woods restoration project, 10 a.m., meet at the George Washington statue on Pilgrim Road on the grounds of the cathedral, Massachusetts and Wisconsin avenues NW. Free. 202-537-2319.

BRIDAL GOWN TALK, archivist Kay Peterson discusses the handmade wedding dresses created at Priscilla of Boston since the 1940s and shows some of them from the museum's costume collection, noon, National Museum of American History, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW. Free. 202-633-1000.

21ST-CENTURY HOME DESIGN, Rob Hammon, a designer of energy-efficient buildings, discusses the building of an energy-efficient home shown on a recent episode of ABC-TV's "Extreme Makeover, Home Edition," 12:30 p.m., National Building Museum, 401 F St. NW. Free. 202-272-2448.

"LABOR'S TROUBADOR," documentary about folk singer Joe Glazer's 60-year collection of songs about work in America; a discussion with Glazer and the film's producer follows, 2:30 p.m., National Museum of American History, 14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW. Free. 202-633-1000.

ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, architect David Thompson discusses the history of architectural drawing instruments, from his own first use of a ruling pen on linen to today's computer-aided design software, visitors will be invited to view the exhibit "Tools of the Imagination," 6:30 p.m., National Building Museum, 401 F St. NW. $15; students, $10. 202-272-2448.

KIM NOVAK FILM, "Bell, Book and Candle" (1958), co-starring James Stewart, Jack Lemmon and Ernie Kovacs, about a landlady and witch who rents a room to a staid publisher; and the animated "Krazy Kat: Potions of Love" (1963), 7 p.m., Library of Congress, Madison Building, Mary Pickford Theater, 101 Independence Ave. SE. Free; reservations recommended. 202-707-5677.

SOUTHWEST CHAMBER PLAYERS, concert, works by Arthur Bliss, William Yeates Hurlstone, Jean Francaix and others, 7:30 p.m., St. Augustine's Episcopal Church, Sixth Street and Maine Avenue SW. Free. 202-484-6354.

-- Compiled by GERRI MARMER

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