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Poetry, geckos, and jazz make for a great night

It’s the second-to-last day to catch “Geckos: From Tails to Toepads” at the National Geographic Museum. The exhibit features more than 80 geckos from all over the world. The museum is open from 9 to 5, and admission is $7.

Project Natale, a traditional jazz quartet founded by brothers Joseph and Lou Natale, is playing the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage tonight at 6; free.

Acclaimed poet Holly Bass is leading an open-mike poetry slam at Artisphere. Recite your sonnet, haiku, rap, or limerick during “Wroteo.” It starts at 8, and admission is pay what you can.

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