Georgetown's holiday-season exhibition of light art, "Glow," wraps up this Sunday, Jan. 6, with a lantern giveaway in Meigs Park.
After a weekend of "Christmas Carols" and other theater and comedy offerings, New Year’s Eve falls on a Monday. Our roundup includes a few ways to ring in 2019.
Handel’s “Messiah” is at the Kennedy Center this weekend (sing-along version on Sunday), “A Christmas Messe” is at the Folger and “Madeline’s Christmas” is in Falls Church.
It is a weekend of wreaths, with wreath-making workshops at Tudor Place and the Wreaths Across America event at Arlington National Cemetery.
Family activities abound on Saturday, including the Postal Museum’s holiday card workshop, a show starring a cricket and, in Georgetown, Book Hill’s Winter Wonderland and Santa’s visit to Rose Park.
“Brewlights at Zoolights” is tonight and “Demystifying Amaro” is tomorrow. Come out for the Swedish Christmas Bazaar on Saturday and the National Menorah Lighting on Sunday.
This weekend, the National Symphony Orchestra will play along with clips from “Frozen” and other Disney Animation favorites.
This weekend, you can stargaze Jesuit-style, park your Labradoodle in Swampoodle, watch magic from the front row and take a musical journey through Islamic Iberia.
This weekend's musical options include Duke Ellington School vocal ensembles, John Lloyd Young, Chris Botti, the City Choir and Trio Karénine.
Fall Days of Design in Georgetown kicks off tonight with a cocktail crawl and the Washington Ballet presents "Contemporary Masters" at Sidney Harman Hall tonight through Sunday.