Weekend Round Up February 28, 2013


Kids in the Kitchen


Kids in the Kitchen is an annual Healthy Eating and Fitness Activity Fair, designed for kids ages 5-13. Hosted by Junior League of Washington, the event showcases ways for kids to eat smart and make healthy lifestyle choices. Celebrity chefs will host healthy cooking demonstrations, fitness experts will lead kids in high-energy exercise sessions, and certified nutritionists will be on hand. This fun-filled day will offer games, crafts, and raffle prizes – all to celebrate nutritional literacy.


YMCA National Capital, 1711 Rhode Island Ave. NW

Dolly and Me, Taking Tea!

Saturday, March 2, 1 p.m. | EVENT WEBSITE

Bring your favorite doll to tea! Children and adults will sample historic tea blends and tasty desserts. Dolls, too, will be served, with their own miniature tea sets and servings. After tea, children will learn early American dances and craft a special item for their dolls to wear home.


Tudor Place, 1644 31st St NW, Washington, D.C.

Main Street Community Band Sci-Fi Spectacular!

March 3, 4 p.m. | ADULTS (AGE 19+) – $10; SENIORS (AGE 60+) – $5 | INFO@FAIRFAXBAND.ORG | TEL: 703-757-0220 | EVENT WEBSITE

This one promises to be a hit for every member of the family. With Themes from E.T., Superman, Star Wars and more classic sci-fi soundtrack hits, your eyes and ears will be glued to the stage, and your imagination will run free!


Lanier Middle School, 3801 Jermantown Road, Fairfax, VA 22030

Cathedral Choral Society ‘s Angel of the Arts Award Gala

Saturday, March 2, 6 p.m. | EVENT WEBSITE

The Cathedral Choral Society’s Angel of the Arts Award Gala on March 2 at the Embassy of Italy. The gala honors a deserving person who has dedicated their career and brought their passion for the arts to the Washington community. This year’s recipient is Douglas H. Wheeler, president emeritus of the Washington Performing Arts Society. The Master of Ceremonies is Bob Ryan, lead meteorologist at WJLA-TV.


3000 Whitehaven St NW, Washington, DC

Choral Evensong series

March 3, 5 p.m. | FREE | TEL: 202-333-6677

Christ Church, Georgetown presents the music of Herbert W. Sumsion, George Dyson, and John Goss. Sung by professional Choir of Christ Church, event is free to the public.


31st & O Street NW

Capital Wine Festival: Patz and Hall Wine Dinner

March 5, 6:30 p.m. | $125 | BBASKERVILL@FAIRFAXEMBASSYROW.COM | TEL: 202 736-1453 | EVENT WEBSITE

Four-course wine dinner featuring wines of Patz and Hall: Donald Patz will present a spectacular display of terroir driven wines produced from the winery’s distinctive vineyard sites, including the outstanding Pisoni Vineyard’s Pinot Noir. Executive Chef Chris Ferrier will create a customized menu to complement the vintner’s selection for the dinner. Dinner will be served in 2100 Prime, providing an intimate dining experience.


The Fairfax at Embassy Row, 2100 Massachusetts Ave., NW


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