Hellbender Brewery hosts a record fair with a food trucks.
A hybrid in-person and virtual event that celebrates Dance Place with performances from current artists in residence, Tariq Darrell O’Meally and Britta Joy Peterson, national artist slowdanger, and more.
The carnival is coming to town complete with Haus of Marzipan Aerial Comedy Show, Master of Mind Over Body, contortionists, magicians, escape artists, sword swallowers, aerialists, and more. Fret not, interactive activities will also be available complete with temp tattoos, palm reading, and more.
Calling all trans women, trans men, cis women, non-binary skaters, and queer skaters of all levels—Flo DMV invites you to a group skate to celebrate the group's second anniversary.
Join the Northeast brewery and taproom for a family story hour! There will be beer for adults ($5 pints for anyone who preorders the books being read) and free juice and snacks for the kids! On Oct. 23, hear from Zara González Huong, based in Northern Virginia, this children's book illustrator will share her latest […]
A monthly happy hour, hosted by NMWA, that covers beer making, restaurants, art, politics, and more.
The Catalogue for Philanthropy celebrates local changemakers with host Amira El-Gawly, CEO of Manifesta. There will awards, but you'll also catch a panel discussion, and an update on more than 20 D.C. area nonprofits—including Justice Reform, Safe Sisters Circle, FRESH FARM, and more—at this virtual event.
The live magazine is back with its fall issue tour and it's coming to D.C. on Nov. 18. Enjoy the long-awaited for in-person return to multimedia storytelling, pressing questions, and a whole lot more. This issue's contributors include TV writer Cord Jefferson (of Watchmen and Succession fame), author and artist Chanel Miller (memoirist of Know […]
Enjoy some craft beer while you dig for your new vinyl sourced from vendors across the region. Meanwhile, local DJs will keep the tunes playing the vibes good.
A foodie tour through Old Town Alexandria on the highlights of African American culinary innovation and tradition. When the tour wraps, the event ends with an outdoor meal inspired by the day's events.
Get groovy with your brunch plans. All the disco—and drag!—you could want with a side of comfort food. Every other Sunday let some queens and Phil Reese the DJ chase the scaries away at Barracks Row's new queer-owned restaurant Crazy Aunt Helen's. Reservations can be made at crazyaunthelens.com.
Nothing says winter wonderland like ice skating at the National Gallery! Skating lessons are available for all ages and abilities too. The rink is open through March 6.