1250 H Street, NE via google maps The liquor license placard for Hiraya Kapamilya says: ‘A Tavern serving food from the Philippines with 180 seats and a Total Occupancy Load of 200.’ Hiraya’s website says: ‘HIRAYA (TAGALOG): THE FRUIT OF ONE’S HOPES, DREAMS, AND ASPIRATIONS Hiraya tells Chef Paolo Dungca’s story of growing up in
Richael Faithful, RiverShe Collective Arts Member
It’s time to come to the River for a little respite, inspiration, and refreshment!
Queer Family Summer Sanctuary is a new celebration of Indigenous+Black+POC+Queer heart, art, and soul in the midst of intensified LGBTQIA+ attack across the country.
Inspired by 20th-century revivals, Summer Sanctuary invites its audience into catharsis through expression, music, and participation. This interdisciplinary performance offers inclusive ritual, feminist poetry, expressive dance, physical comedy, experimental performance art, world folk music, drag king performance, and more. Summer Sanctuary represents layers of human experience from grief to praise that is both about and beyond LGBTQIA lives.