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Best in Show at the Boro

The Boro

WHAT: The Boro, Tyson’s premier destination for luxury urban living in the heart of Northern Virginia, is calling all furry friends to grab their favorite costumes for Best in Show at The Boro! Celebrate the spookiest day of the year with festive treats and activities for the whole family on Hallow’s-eve, Saturday, October 30.   […]

Profs & Pints: The Horror Within

The Bier Baron Tavern 1523 22nd Street Northwest, Washington

Profs and Pints presents: “The Horror Within,” a look at the real-life psychological disorders behind your favorite movie monsters, with Brian A. Sharpless, clinical psychologist, visiting research fellow at Goldsmiths, University of London, author of Sleep Paralysis, and editor of Unusual and Rare Psychological Disorders. What’s a better than watching a good horror flick on […]

$2 – $12.

Rocky Horror Picture Show 45th Anniversary Spectacular Tour

entertainment and sports arena 1100 Oak Drive SE, Baltimore

10/31: The Rocky Horror Picture Show 45th Anniversary Spectacular Tour Special Halloween Event Lands at the Entertainment & Sports Arena  WHAT: The Rocky Horror Picture Show 45th Anniversary Spectacular Tour is coming to Washington D.C. on Halloween!  Do the Time Warp again with Events DC and fellow fans! The special limited-engagement tour is hosted by […]

Tudor Nights: Behind the Canvas: A Journey Through Time with Peter Waddell

Private Zoom with Tudor Place

Join Tudor Place’s artist-in-residence Peter Waddell in his studio for a virtual tour of early Washington DC. Through the lens of his meticulously detailed paintings – including those recently unveiled in Lafayette Square commemorating the enslaved people who built the White House – Peter will cast light on little known aspects of The Federal City […]

Free for members

Whiskey Tasting with Steve Bashore of George Washington’s Mount Vernon

City Tavern Club 3206 M Street N.W., Washington

“An extra ration of liquor to be issued to every man tomorrow, to drink Perpetual Peace, Independence & Happiness to the United States of America.” George Washington 1783 The City Tavern Preservation Foundation and George Washington’s Mount Vernon cordially invite you to join us on Thursday, November 4th from 6:30-8:00 PM, at the historic City […]

$85

Brownies: Be the Architect

Tudor Place

What does it mean to be an Architect? An Inventor? Explore the history of Tudor Place’s architecture, put your own inventing skills to the test and earn your Inventor Badge! This program is perfect for girls and troops who want to put their minds to work, stretch their creative thinking skills, learn something new, and […]

$10

Catwalk

Washington Metropolitan Area Washington Metropolitan Area, Washington DC

Catwalk, Catmosphere’s inaugural campaign, is a global, mass-participation 7km walk, designed to raise awareness about Big Cat conservation. Fun, flexible and inclusive, it’s open to everyone of all abilities and can be achieved in the way that best suits them. Catwalk’s aim is to activate fitness and learning, and in doing so create a community […]

The REDEYE Night Market

Pennsylvania Avenue NW

Introducing the REDEYE Night Market More than 50 vendors will take over Pennsylvania Ave. NW on Nov. 6 from 4 p.m. to midnight THE REDEYE Night Market is a free, family-friendly, open-air night market paying homage to the foods and cultures of the Asian diaspora. Featuring DC's hottest chefs, artists and more, THE REDEYE's unifying goal is to […]

2021 Native Cinema Showcase

Virtual

Nov. 12–18, on demand americanindian.si.edu/calendar The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Cinema Showcase is an annual celebration of the best in Native film. This year focuses on Native people boldly asserting themselves through language, healing, building community, and a continued relationship with the land. Activism lies at the heart of all these stories. […]

The Wharf Holiday Events

Transit Pier at the Wharf 970 Wharf St. SE, WASHINGTON

Holiday Cheer Comes to The Wharf Starting in November and Running Into The New Year, The Wharf Will Offer a Series of Festive, Waterfront Holiday Activities Including Signature Event, The District’s Holiday Boat Parade   The Wharf, Washington, DC’s world-class, waterfront neighborhood, is excited to welcome the community and visitors alike to a series of […]

Dance Place EMBARK Season Gala

Dance Place

Dance Place’s EMBARK Season Gala this November, in celebration of finding our way together again WHAT: Dance Place EMBARK Gala 2021 WHEN: November 12, 2021 or November 13, 2021; 7:00-9:00 PM EST (in-person and virtual options) WHERE: Dance Place; 3225 8th Street NE, Dance Place, Washington, D.C. 20017; two blocks from Redline/Brookland CUA Metro Station, […]

The Boro’s Gambit

The Boro

WHAT: The Boro, Tyson’s premier destination for luxury urban living in the heart of Northern Virginia, invites you and your best check-mates to its first-ever outdoor chess tournament, The Boro’s Gambit. On November 13, catch every move at the Sandlot as Grandmaster Rashad Babaev, an international chess sensation and  resident of The Boro, competes in […]

SOME Gala

National Building Museum Washington DC

Saturday November 13th at the National Building Museum.

71st Annual Tartan Ball

Willard Hotel 1401 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington

We are pleased to announce that tickets are now on sale for the 71st Annual Tartan Ball, for $250 per person.  This year’s event will be held at the historic Willard Hotel on the evening of Saturday, November 13th, from 7pm until 11pm. The gala evening includes pre-dinner cocktails and reception, a three-course gourmet dinner […]

$250

Heroines of Washington

The Ritz Carlton, Tysons Corner 1700 Tysons Blvd, McLean

Since 2001, the March of Dimes has honored 126 “heroines” and raised over $3.64 million in support of the March of Dimes mission. March of Dimes aims to advance research to support the health of all mothers and premature babies, leading programs and providing education and advocacy so that every baby can have the best […]

Free Landmark Lecture: The Peabody Room Collection: Three Centuries of Georgetown Art

Tudor Place

Since 1935, the Georgetown Neighborhood Library’s Peabody Room has served as a repository of books, photographs, maps, manuscripts, newspapers, artifacts, and artworks that document the 270-year history of Georgetown, the oldest neighborhood in the District of Columbia. Join the Peabody Room’s Special Collections Librarian Jerry A. McCoy on a tour of artworks depicting the community’s […]

Free

Tour the Historic City Tavern

City Tavern Club

If you love Federal Period Architecture, Decorative Arts, and learning about the history of Georgetown, this tour is for you! Docents from the City Tavern Preservation Foundation will lead you through all four floors of the City Tavern. Highlights include a hand written invitation by first lady Abigail Adams, a map of Washington, D.C. from […]

Free

17th Annual Downtown Holiday Market

National Portrait Gallery 8th and F Streets NW, Washington

17th ANNUAL DOWNTOWN HOLIDAY MARKET RETURNS NOVEMBER 19 Your One-Stop Shop for Local Craft Goods, Artisan Makers and #SoMuchMore  WHAT: Operated by the DowntownDC Business Improvement District (BID) and Diverse Markets Management, the 17th Annual Downtown Holiday Market, Washington D.C.’s outdoor shopping village, kicks off the holiday season Friday, November 19. The beloved outdoor market […]

Juniors: The Roaring Twenties

Tudor Place

Travel back in time to learn about the women who lived and worked at Tudor Place in the 1920s. Create a 1920s character, plan a living history party and earn the Playing the Past Badge. This program is perfect for girls and troops who want to get up and move, think imaginatively, explore local history […]

$10

Homeschool History Days: Winter Warmth

Dumbarton House 2715 Q Street Northwest, Washington

Introduce students to our nation’s past! Through hands-on programming at Dumbarton House, homeschool students ages 5-12 are invited to “travel back in time” 220 years and explore the early history of Washington D.C. Each program includes an interactive tour of the museum, snack, and an activity. See our full schedule below: December 1: Winter Warmth […]

$5 – $7

Light Yards Returns for its Sixth Year with Whimsical, 22 Foot Glowing Trees Light Installation

The Yards Park 355 Water Street SE, Washington

Light Yards Returns for its Sixth Year with Whimsical, 22 Foot Glowing Trees Light Installation from Amigo & Amigo The Yards is Decking The Halls All December Long With This Year’s Larger-Than-Life Light Display The Yards, DC’s most exciting waterfront neighborhood for living, dining, shopping and relaxing, is continuing its holiday tradition of Light Yards […]

The District’s Holiday Boat Parade

The Wharf 40 District Square SW

At the conclusion of the parade, judges will award more than $20,000 in prizes and gifts to the participating boats, including Best in Show, Best Motorboat, Best Sailboat, Best Crew, Community Choice, and more. Boaters who wish to decorate their vessel and participate in the District’s Holiday Boat Parade must register for free at dcboatparade.eventbrite.com; […]

Dumbarton UMC Celebrates 250 years in Georgetown

Dumbarton United Methodist Church 3133 Dumbarton St. NW, Washington

Dumbarton United Methodist Church located at 3133 Dumbarton St.in Georgetown celebrates its 250th anniversary in 2022 making it the oldest Methodist church in DC. There are dozens of free celebrations planned during the year. On January 9 Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton will be speaking at the11 am service followed by an Open House 12:30-3:00 featuring […]

Free

Profs & Pints DC: Reflecting on Narcissists

Church Hall

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Reflecting on Narcissists,” a look at the myth, reality, and treatment of clinical narcissism, with Brian A. Sharpless, licensed clinical psychologist, visiting research fellow at Goldsmiths, University of London, and author of Psychodynamic Therapy Techniques. Do narcissists really love themselves? Are they truly self-confident? Are celebrities more narcissistic than the […]

$2 – $12.

Career Fair at Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina 100 Heron Blvd. at Route 50, Cambridge

Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Golf Resort, Spa and Marina will host a career fair on Monday, February 7 between 12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. The resort is seeking employees in a variety of full-time, part-time, and seasonal positions. A full list of positions can be found by visiting hyatt.jobs and searching for “Hyatt Regency Chesapeake […]

Homeschool History Days: Love Letter

Dumbarton House 2715 Q Street Northwest, Washington

Introduce students to our nation’s past! Through hands-on programming at Dumbarton House, homeschool students ages 5-12 are invited to “travel back in time” 220 years and explore the early history of Washington D.C. Each program includes an interactive tour of the museum, snack, and an activity. See our remaining sessions below: February 9: Love Letter […]

$5 – $7

Gaylord Winterfest

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center 201 Waterfront Street, National Harbod

GAYLORD NATIONAL RESORT ANNOUNCES WINTERFEST CELEBRATION Families can experience winter-themed activities including a Jack Frost scavenger hunt, wintry laser light show & all that National Harbor has to offer beginning Jan. 14.   NATIONAL HARBOR, MD. (Jan. 4, 2022) — The wonders of winter are celebrated at Gaylord National Resort this season with family-friendly activities designed to […]

Behind the Canvas with Peter Waddell

Private Zoom with Tudor Place

Join Artist-in-Residence Peter Waddell in his studio virtually, for a look behind the canvas to celebrate George Washington’s Birthday and Presidents Day. Peter will focus on Presidents, their First Ladies and their place in Washington society. See Peter’s meticulously accurate images and hear some little known stories about first families and the White House. You […]

$10

Brownies: The Roaring Twenties

Tudor Place

What did life look like for women in the 1920s? Travel back in time to find out. Individual Brownies and Brownie troops invited to explore @Tudorplace and earn the Dancer badge. $10 per participant. February 26 from 10 - 11 a.m. https://buff.ly/3rfzVjc

$10

Profs & Pints DC: The Economic History of Inflation

The Bier Baron Tavern 1523 22nd Street Northwest, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “The Economic History of Inflation,” with Trevor Jackson, assistant professor of economic history at George Washington University. From the Federal Reserve to the grocery store, inflation is on everyone's mind, having risen to 7 percent last year. That increase was higher than policymakers expected and the highest it has been […]

$2 – $12.

The Power of The Mind to Create World Peace

Kadampa Meditation Center 1200 Canal St SW, Washington DC 20024 1200 Canal Street SW, Washington

Buddha taught that the most powerful way to create a world that is peaceful and harmonious is by changing our mind. Everything we experience is created by the mind. The first step is to identify which states of mind cause peace and which states of mind produce suffering. Minds that destroy our inner peace are […]

$6 – $12

Give Up Plastic for Lent? Why — And How?

3133 Dumbarton Street NW, Washington DC 3133 Dumbarton Street NW, Washington

Does giving up plastic just mean trying to avoid single-use plastics? Does it mean substituting glass containers and paper products? Okay, how can we do those things, and can we even think about living life without single-use plastics? At this Sunday’s 10:00 a.m. Adult Education session, we will start with an uncomfortable look at why […]

Free

Tudor Tots: What’s That Buzzing?

Tudor Place

Discover the vital role bees play in our ecosystem and how their tiny community operates. Perfect for young learners aged 18 months to 4 years and their caregivers, Tudor Tots is all about story time, craft and songs.

$5

Virtual Happy Hour: Black Women Printmakers with the National Museum of Women in the Arts

National Museum of Women in the Arts 1250 New York Avenue NW

WHATVirtual Happy Hour: Black Women PrintmakersJoin the staff of the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) for a virtual happy hour to celebrate the work of Black women printmakers. Make a specialty cocktail (or mocktail) in her honor with AJ Johnson, partner and bar director of Serenata, as we learn about the process […]

The Friends Experience

After successful runs in New York City, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, and Dallas, the wildly popular The FRIENDS Experience will open in Washington D.C. on Thursday, March 17, 2022. Originally created for the show’s 25th anniversary, fans can celebrate their favorite friends and revisit some of the series’ most iconic moments with this interactive experience created […]

Cherry Blossom Sightseeing Cruises Aboard the Potomac Water Taxi

Potomac Water Taxi The Wharf, 950 Wharf St., SW, Washington

See the most iconic time of year on the Potomac with up-close views of the Cherry Blossoms from the Potomac Water Taxi. Our newest water taxi service offers routes connecting The Wharf to Georgetown, Old Town Alexandria, and National Harbor. Visit our website to view the schedule and see departure times at your nearest location. […]

Juniors: The Roaring Twenties

Tudor Place

Travel back in time to learn about the women who lived and worked at Tudor Place in the 1920s.

$10

Profs & Pints DC: The Electric Brain

Church Hall

Profs and Pints DC presents: “The Electric Brain,” with R. Douglas Fields, professor in the University of Maryland’s Neuroscience and Cognitive Science program and author of Electric Brain: How the New Science of Brainwaves Reads Minds, Tells Us How We Learn, and Helps Us Change for the Better. Research on brainwaves is transforming how neuroscientists […]

$2 – $12.

Tysons Corner Center Announces Fun-Filled Spring Events Lineup

Tyson's Corner

Photos with the Easter Bunny March 18 - April 16, 2022 Fashion Court, Level 1 near Nordstrom Tysons Corner Center welcomes the Easter Bunny back on March 18th. Visit the Bunny for an unforgettable family photo experience. The option to pre-book your appointment is available and recommended to reduce wait time. Visitors can choose from […]

Youth in Action: Indigenous Youth Poet Warriors

National Museum of the American Indian Online 4th St SW, Washington D.C.

How does poetry inspire change? In celebration of the 23rd Poet Laureate of the United States, Joy Harjo (Mvskoke Nation), Native youth poets jaye simpson (Sapotaweyak Cree Nation), Kinsale Drake (Diné), and Sareya Taylor (White Mountain Apache/Diné) share how this “poet and champion of justice” has inspired their own writings. Moderated by Kelly Caballero (Tongva). […]

Free

Profs & Pints DC: Fairies and Changelings

The Bier Baron Tavern 1523 22nd Street Northwest, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Fairies and Changelings,” a look at how lives and cultures have been influenced by beliefs in fairies and in their ability to steal and replace children, with Debra Lattanzi Shutika, associate professor of folklore at George Mason University and associate editor of the Journal of American Folklore. Don’t let film […]

$2 – $12.

American Heart Association: Community Conversation, Make Every Move Count

Zoom 1 Westmoreland Circle Northwest, Bethesda

Interested in taking control of your health this spring? Learn how to make every move count and get into a fitness routine during our next conversation at 5:30pm ET on April 6! Get your fitness questions answered by medical experts and participate in a live workout demonstration from international fitness entertainer Laurent Amzallag. Spring is […]

Free

National Museum of Women in the Arts honors Maria Grazia Chiuri, Judy Chicago and Mellody Hobson at 2022 Spring Gala

National Building Museum 401 F Street, NW, Washington

National Museum of Women in the Arts honorsMaria Grazia Chiuri, Judy Chicago and Mellody Hobsonat 2022 Spring Gala WHATNational Museum of Women in the Arts’ 2022 Spring GalaOn Friday, April 8, 2022, the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) hosts its annual black-tie gala, made possible by Dior. This year’s gala will honor Dior’s […]

Enchanted Rhapsody with the National Cherry Blossom Festival

WHAT: National Cherry Blossom Festival Official Event, Enchanted Rhapsody: Don’t miss a starlit night listening to a live set of Taylor Swift versus Queen songs performed by the Edgewood String Quartet to welcome in the bliss of springtime and the beauty of the cherry blossoms. Specialty drinks and food will be available for purchase from […]

NEWSBASH RETURNS FOR 12th ANNUAL BREAST CANCER FUNDRAISER BENEFITING BREAST CARE FOR WASHINGTON

Pearl St. Warehouse

NEWSBASH RETURNS FOR 12th ANNUAL BREAST CANCER FUNDRAISER BENEFITING BREAST CARE FOR WASHINGTON More Than 30 Female DC Newswomen Come Together for Night of Cocktails and Community at Pearl Street Warehouse WASHINGTON, DC (3/29/22) – NewsBash, the event founded by a collective of the Washington area’s top female news anchors across every network, announces the 12th annual […]

Tudor Tots: What Do Worms Do?

Tudor Place

Dig into the world of worms and how they help make a garden beautiful! Perfect for young learners aged 18 months to 4 years and their caregivers, Tudor Tots is all about story time, craft and songs.

$5

Homeschool History Days: Bygone Games

Dumbarton House 2715 Q Street Northwest, Washington

Introduce students to our nation’s past! Through hands-on programming at Dumbarton House, homeschool students ages 5-12 are invited to “travel back in time” 220 years and explore the early history of Washington D.C. Each program includes an interactive tour of the museum, snack, and an activity. April 20: Bygone Games With a scavenger hunt, students […]

$5 – $7

Membership Focus Group

Tudor Place

College students are invited to share their ideas for a new membership program launching in August 2022. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Members: Free | Non-members: Free

Happy What Ever Happens

Kadampa Meditation Center 1200 Canal St SW, Washington DC 20024 1200 Canal Street SW, Washington

April Thursday GP Series Happy Whatever Happens Each and every one of us has the capacity to keep a peaceful mind even when things go wrong. Unfortunately, some mental habits, such as irritation and discouragement, can make us feel unhappy and stressed when facing difficulties. In this series Gen Demo will explain how to gain […]

$6 – $12

Living Earth Festival: Saving Sacred Spaces

National Museum of the American Indian Online 4th St SW, Washington D.C.

Panel Discussion and Film Screenings Across the country, sites sacred to Indigenous communities are at risk due to environmental changes, population growth, tourism, and natural resource extraction. As part of the museum’s Living Earth celebrations, several community members discuss their efforts to protect sites of cultural significance. Dr. Rosita Kaaháni Worl (Tlingit) talks about X’unáxi, […]

Free

The Boro Kite Fest

The Boro

WHAT: The Boro, Tysons’ premier destination for luxury urban living in the heart of Northern Virginia, is hosting its first-ever Kite Fest to welcome the new season and warmer days ahead! On Saturday, April 23, join friends and family for a colorful afternoon under blue skies and sunshine with kite activities and flying demonstrations across […]

Hosting the Holy Ghost: Ayahuasca, the Virgin Mary, and God Consciousness In the Shamanic Realm

3133 Dumbarton Street NW, Washington DC 3133 Dumbarton Street NW, Washington

Join Lindsay MacDougall, a licensed acupuncturist, for a critical look at religion and spirituality in acupuncture theory. She will also recount her shamanic experience with the Santo Daime, a spiritist community that began in the Amazon with worship services based on Roman Catholic liturgy but using ayahuasca, a psychoactive brew legal in the U.S. for […]

Free

Pink Tie Dinner Party

Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center 1300 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington

National Cherry Blossom Festival Invites Guests to Celebrate Spring in Style at the Pink Tie Dinner Party Fundraiser  Tickets on sale now for annual party with a purpose  Washington, D.C.  – Toast to the Festival season and celebrate spring in style during the National Cherry Blossom Festival’s Pink Tie Dinner Party, on Thursday, April 28, 2022 at 6:30 PM returning to the Ronald Reagan Building […]

11th UCG Edition on Pharmaceuticals & Pharmacy Networking Conferences

Holiday Inn Dubai Al Barsha 1 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, UAE

Greetings. We are organising the 11th Global Pharmaceuticals & Pharmacy Networking Conferences on April 29-30, 2022 in Dubai, UAE & Online. The Pharma Conference revolves around the theme – “Discover the World of Pharmaceuticals.” The Utilitarian Conferences Gathering OCM would like to invite Pharmacists, experts, professors, students, practitioners, medical specialists, clinical scientists, technologists and other […]

$399

19th Annual Georgetown French Market

Georgetown

Our 19th annual Georgetown French Market is this Friday, April 29 - Sunday, May 1 (10 am - 5 pm on Friday & Saturday, and 12 pm - 5 pm on Sunday). The free event is located along Wisconsin Avenue between O Street and Reservoir Road in the Book Hill section of Georgetown. More than […]

Cadette: Tudor Trees

Tudor Place

Discover the history of the trees, what trees teach us about the past and earn your Trees badge.

$10

Tudor Nights: Much Ado about Hunting

Tudor Place

See clothing, artworks and accessories that express the family’s interest in the recreational sport of hunting.

$25

Pop Up Grocer in DC

Union Market District

Reaching out today on behalf of Pop Up Grocer to share that the experience-first grocery store is coming to Washington, DC this spring! From May 6th to June 5th, Pop Up Grocer will be open for IRL shopping at Union Market (1262 5th Street NE, Washington, DC 20002) with over 120 emerging brands and 400 […]

A Buddhist Perspective on Self and Other

Kadampa Meditation Center 1200 Canal St SW, Washington DC 20024 1200 Canal Street SW, Washington

Our sense that we are an island, an independent, self-sufficient individual bears no relation to reality. It is closer to the truth to picture ourselves as a cell in the vast body of life, distinct yet intimately bound up with all living beings. Relationships make up the fabric of our life…wherever we turn, we are […]

$7.50 – $15

Raven and the Evolution of Glass Artist Preston Singletary

National Museum of the American Indian Fourth Street & Independence Ave., S.W., Washington

Join us in person. Meet renowned Tlingit artist Preston Singletary, who will talk about his art and evolution as an artist, and his inspiration for the current exhibition “Raven and the Box of Daylight.” Gene Tagaban, a Tlingit storyteller, will bring Raven to life through stories, dances, and songs. Saturday, May 7 and Sunday, May […]

Free

Feeling Connected Through Seeing Kindness

Kadampa Meditation Center 1200 Canal St SW, Washington DC 20024 1200 Canal Street SW, Washington

The relationship between a child and their mother is very special. The quality of this relationship can vary for each individual. Some of us have very close relationships with our mothers while others feel distant. For some, they may have never known their mother. Despite the wide range of relationships each of us have with […]

$15 – $30

Mother’s Day Tea & Tour

Tudor Place

Elegant Tudor Place teas nourish the appetite and satisfy the mind. A Tea & Tour is a lovely way to relax and learn about the legacy of mothers at this National Historic Landmark with friends or family. The Tea & Tour begins with an endless supply of heritage tea blends offered with traditional tea sandwiches […]

$35 – $40

Fragile Beauty

I Street Galleries

Fragile Beauty May 9 – July 1, 2022 I Street Galleries 200 I Street SE Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm Website: https://dcarts.dc.gov/page/cah-juried-exhibition-fragile-beauty With this exhibition, 33 DC artists seek to bring a sense of balance to an array of environmental injustices. Their art and their vision advocate awareness, mindfulness, consciousness, and stewardship, […]

Profs & Pints DC: Cities After Covid

The Bier Baron Tavern 1523 22nd Street Northwest, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Cities After Covid,” an examination of how the pandemic has altered the status and future of urban centers, with John Rennie Short, geographer, scholar of urban issues, and professor of public policy at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County. One need not walk far through Washington D.C. to see how the […]

$2 – $12.

Community Food Drive with National Presbyterian Church

National Presbyterian Church 4101 Nebraska Ave. NW, Washington, DC

Help feed the hungry by dropping off non-perishable food donations at National Presbyterian Church, 9:30 am -12:30 pm on Saturday, May 14. We are collecting for Central Union Mission and even a small bag of food will be a huge help. The collection will be in the parking lot behind the main church building. Our […]

Free

Brownies: Outdoor Adventures

Tudor Place

Discover bugs, birds and wildlife that live at Tudor Place while earning your Bug and Outdoor Adventurer badges.

$10

Profs & Pints DC: A Guide to the Potomac’s Spring Life

The Bier Baron Tavern 1523 22nd Street Northwest, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “A Guide to the Potomac’s Spring Life,” with T. Reid Nelson, assistant professor of fisheries ecology at George Mason University, and R. Christian Jones, professor and director of the university’s Potomac Environmental Research and Education Center. Spring brings new life to the Potomac River, where conditions become ripe for the […]

$2 – $12.

Profs & Pints DC: Confronting Catastrophe

Little Penn Coffeehouse 801 E Street, NW, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Confronting Catastrophe,” a historical look at how our culture has responded to huge loss, with Cynthia A. Kierner, professor of history at George Mason University and author of Inventing Disaster: The Culture of Calamity from the Jamestown Colony to the Johnstown Flood. It seems like every day there's a hurricane, […]

$2 – $12.

I’m Speaking Now – Breena Clarke at the City Tavern Club

City Tavern Club 3206 M Street N.W., Washington

The acclaimed author of historical fiction set in Georgetown, Breena Clarke, will talk about her creative work, research, and the impact of recently learning about her ancestors' enslavement in the nineteenth century in Georgetown's historic federal era City Tavern and her ancestors' parallels with the experiences she wrote for her fictional characters - long before […]

Free

The Preakness & Preakness LIVE Culinary Art and Music Festival

This year, Preakness will include two full days of exceptional racing, entertainment and hospitality, with tickets on sale now for the new Preakness LIVE Culinary, Art and Music Festival, taking place on Friday, May 20, as well as Saturday’s iconic InfieldFest, with unprecedented hospitality options for each day’s events.  The new Preakness LIVE festival, part […]

Preakness Live Culinary Art & Music Festival

Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, MD

This inaugural event will feature culinary names from Baltimore and beyond, with local chefs Saon Brice of Blk Swan, Jasmine Norton of The Urban Oyster and Keyia Yalcin of Fishnet, taking the mainstage alongside celebrity chefs Tom Colicchio, Marcus Samuelsson, Gail Simmons. Taking place on the iconic Pimlico infield, these star chefs will perform culinary […]

30th Annual Spring Garden Party

Tudor Place

Join us for this annual tradition that preserves a National Historic Landmark for generations to come.

Profs & Pints DC: Personality Disorders 101

Church Hall

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Personality Disorders 101,” a look at the myth, reality, assessment, and treatment of personality disorders, with Brian A. Sharpless, licensed clinical psychologist, visiting research fellow at Goldsmiths, University of London, and author of Psychodynamic Therapy Techniques. When it comes to personality disorders and the people who suffer from them, myths […]

$2 – $12.

Profs & Pints DC: Reproductive Justice after Roe

Little Penn Coffeehouse 801 E Street, NW, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “Reproductive Justice after Roe,” with Sara Matthiesen, professor of history and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at George Washington University and author of Reproduction Reconceived: Family Making and the Limits of Choice after Roe v. Wade. Those warning that the Supreme Court plans to overturn its Roe v. Wade decision […]

$2 – $12.

In-Person Pride Family Day

Smithsonian American Art Museum F Street and 8th Street NW, Washington DC

Celebrate Pride with your chosen family at SAAM! Join us outside the museum on the F Street plaza and proudly march to the beat of DC’s Different Drummers. Enjoy a dance party with DJ Rosie Hicks, followed by an age-appropriate drag show featuring some of DC's finest performers, including Ruth Allen Ginsburg, Desiree, Tippa Buckley, […]

Free

Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K & Fun Walk

Virtual

EVENT INFO: Event Name: Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K & Fun Walk Event website: lawyershaveheartdc.org Event Distance: 10K & 5 K (run & walk) Course Type: road Course Elevation: Mostly flat Date: June 11, 2022 Start Time: 7 AM End Time: 12 PM # of Participants: 6,000 Location: Washington DC & Virtual Point of Contact […]

St. Jude Diamond Jubilee

woodrow wilson Plaza 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest, Washington

The St. Jude Diamond Jubilee planned to celebrate the 60th anniversary of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital On June 11 at Woodrow Wilson Plaza, DC WASHINGTON, DC (March 22, 2022) – Registration is open for the St. Jude Diamond Jubilee at 6 p.m. ET on Saturday, June 11 at Woodrow Wilson Plaza, to support the […]

Complimentary Global Wellness Day Events at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel DC

The Forbes Four-Star Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Washington D.C. is celebrating Global Wellness Day, June 11, 2022 a day dedicated to living well, with health and recovery activities from fitness partner Therabody. Offering a morning of wellness-themed activities provided by Therabody, guests are invited to celebrate with complimentary experiences from 9:00a.m. to 11:00a.m. that include: […]

Free

Home Rule Music Festival

The Parks at Walter Reed 1010 Butternut Street NW, Washington

Join us as we Celebrate DC Music and Culture. The Home Rule Music Festival is a family-friendly event that focuses on the music and culture of Washington, DC. We’ll have an amazing day that includes a Record Fair, the best food trucks and craft beverages, and music with performances by Black Fire artist Plunky & […]

Free

The Purpose Tour DC with Multi-Millionaire Kendra Y. Hill and Special Guests

Busboys and Poets (U Street) 2021 14th St NW, Washington

A book tour in celebration of multi-millionaire Kendra Y. Hill's new book titled, Purpose-Driven Enterprise that entails a book signing with the author and discussions about how Kendra took her business from $0 to $1.96 million in one year, how to know FOR SURE what your purpose is, and how to make money doing what […]

$60 – $80

Tudor Tots: You Live Where?

Tudor Place

Explore the various habitats where animals live: on land, in the sea, in the sky and under ground.

$5

National Building Museum Presents 2022 Honor Award

National Building Museum Washington DC

WASHINGTON, D.C.—May 11, 2022—The National Building Museum announced today it will present its 2022 Honor Award to global built environment consulting firm Arup. The Museum recognizes Arup as the 35th recipient of this award for its seven decades of collaboration and creativity dedicated to shaping a better world through the built environment. “We are thrilled to present Arup with […]

Chamber Dance Project | Grace, Grandeur & Gatsby

4200 Wisconsin Avenue, NW 4200 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington

Chamber Dance Project presents a powerful season of two World Premieres and repertoire favorites June 16-19 at the Greenberg Theatre, 4200 Wisconsin Avenue, NW. Grace, Grandeur & Gatsby features ten dancers, and six musicians live onstage in works by four choreographers including the powerful new Gatsby, that brings the seductive and dangerous world of F. […]

Father’s Day Weekend Comedy: Allan Sidley Presents Daddy Issues

Busboys and Poets - 14th & V 2021 14th St NW, Washington

We've got an amazing show on Friday, June 17th at Busboys & Poets 14th & V! Join us for a hilarious evening of jokes that will have you laughing, groaning, and finding humor in the unexpected. Headlining the weekend is local comedian and author Allan Sidley. Despite growing up without a dad, he mastered the […]

$20

Merriweather District’s Color Burst Park Summer Series

Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods 10431 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia

WHERE: All events will take place at Color Burst Park (6000 Merriweather Dr, Columbia, MD 21044) Symphony Woods Garage provides ample parking for Summer Series, with the first four hours free and subsequent hours only $1/hour. There is also street parking throughout the Merriweather District. For directions and more information, click here.   Amped at […]

Juniors: Garden Designers

Tudor Place

Discover the science and art of garden design and earn the Flowers and Gardener badges.

$10

Profs & Pints DC: The Fertility Industry through a Microscope

The Bier Baron Tavern 1523 22nd Street Northwest, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “The Fertility Industry through a Microscope,” a look at how new means of human reproduction have given birth to big questions, with Sonia Suter, professor of law, scholar of emerging reproductive technologies, and founding director of the Health Law Initiative at The George Washington University Law School. Scientists have come […]

$12. – $13

“Speakeasy at the Sunset Room” at the National Harbor

National Harbor Intersection of Waterfront St. & St. George Blvd, National Harbor, MD, National Harbor

NEW YORK CITY’S HOTTEST UNDERGROUND CIRQUE-BURLESQUE-MIXOLOGY EXPERIENCE COMES TO NATIONAL HARBOR THIS SUMMER FOLLOWING A SOLD OUT RUN OFF BROADWAY AT BOND 45   NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. (June 9, 2022)— The National Harbor’s Waterfront District premiere restaurant, Bond 45 and New York Producer Holly-Anne Devlin announced today that SPEAKEASY At The Sunset Room, an all-in-one immersive mixology experience that combines the worlds of cirque, […]

4th of July Happenings in DC

The Watergate Hotel - Washington, DC - This year the Fourth of July celebrations are back at the iconic Watergate Hotel, who today, is celebrating their 50th anniversary of the Watergate Scandal. Known for some, if not the best views, of the city, Top of the Gate, The Watergate's rooftop bar and lounge, boasts commanding 360-degree views […]

Stars, Snacks & Stripes

Tudor Place

Join us to celebrate the Fourth of July with this outdoor event. Bring your own picnic and collect an Independence Day-inspired mini-lesson and craft bundle to complete on your own. All ages welcome.

$10 – $15

Shelter From The Storm, Weekend Meditation Retreat

Kadampa Meditation Center 1200 Canal St SW, Washington DC 20024 1200 Canal Street SW, Washington

By developing special Dharma realizations with the help of Buddha’s blessings and the encouragement from our Sangha friends, we can find refuge from our problems. During this retreat, we have the perfect opportunity to deepen our experience of refuge by strengthening our reliance upon the Three Jewels: Buddha, Dharma (Buddha’s teachings) and Sangha (the spiritual […]

$12 – $25

Summer Saturdays: Bats

Tudor Place

This summer, families with children of all ages are invited to explore all that the garden at Tudor Place has to offer in a special weekly program. Each week will focus on a new feature of our garden with a mini-lesson and a craft to take home. Meet old friends and make new ones while […]

$3 – $10

Summer Saturdays: Bees

Tudor Place

This summer, families with children of all ages are invited to explore all that the garden at Tudor Place has to offer in a special weekly program. Each week will focus on a new feature of our garden with a mini-lesson and a craft to take home. Meet old friends and make new ones while […]

$3 – $10

Profs & Pints DC: The Economic History of Inflation

Little Penn Coffeehouse 801 E Street, NW, Washington

Profs and Pints DC presents: “The Economic History of Inflation,” with Trevor Jackson, assistant professor of economic history at George Washington University. From the Federal Reserve to the grocery store, inflation is on everyone's mind, having risen to 8.6 percent in May. That increase was higher than policymakers expected and the highest it has been […]

$12 – $15

2nd Annual Black Greek Festival Weekend

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, May 11, 2022—After an incredible inaugural year that attracted thousands of attendees to descend on the nation’s capital, The Black Greek Festival will host “The 2nd Annual Black Greek Festival Weekend” in Washington, D.C. on July 21st-24th, 2022, featuring a fun-filled weekend with various events with hosts such as BET’S Swag Inc’s […]

Summer Saturdays: Flowers

Tudor Place

This summer, families with children of all ages are invited to explore all that the garden at Tudor Place has to offer in a special weekly program. Each week will focus on a new feature of our garden with a mini-lesson and a craft to take home. Meet old friends and make new ones while […]

$3 – $10

Summer Saturdays: Historic Games

Tudor Place

This summer, families with children of all ages are invited to explore all that the garden at Tudor Place has to offer in a special weekly program. Each week will focus on a new feature of our garden with a mini-lesson and a craft to take home. Meet old friends and make new ones while […]

$3 – $10

Summer Saturdays: Architecture

Tudor Place

This summer, families with children of all ages are invited to explore all that the garden at Tudor Place has to offer in a special weekly program. Each week will focus on a new feature of our garden with a mini-lesson and a craft to take home. Meet old friends and make new ones while […]

$3 – $10