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Can I Kick It?

National Building Museum 401 F St. NW, Washington, DC

Head to the National Building Museum's west lawn for a weekly outdoor movie series screening cult classics and contemporary fare paired with lives DJs scoring the movies with funk, jazz, hip-hop, and soul. Catch I, Robot (July 20) and Mad Max: Fury Road (July 27).

Free

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DowntownDC on Wheels

800 F St NW 800 F St. NW, Washington, DC

Get ready to roll! That is roller skate because DowntownDC is turning F Street NW between 8th and 9th Streets NW into a roller skating rink for three days with movie screenings, DJs Adrian and 2-Tone Jones, lessons, performances, and bites by Shake Shack. Make reservations and BYO-Skates. Limited supplies will be available for use.

Free

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Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration with DCBX

Franklin Park 1332 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Salsa and Bachata dancing to live performances from Izis and DJs too. Instructors will be onsite offering lessons and sharing the history of the dances. Salsa night takes place on Oct. 8, Bachata night is scheduled for Oct. 15. More lessons and a special performance kick off the event on […]

Free
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Wellness in the Park: Yoga

Franklin Park 1332 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Every Monday for the month of October there will be free yoga paired to a "purpose-built" playlist, open to all, at the newly reopened Franklin Park. Instructions and modifications will be given!

Free
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Wellness in the Park: Meditation

Franklin Park 1332 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Eaton Wellness hosts a weekly Wednesday guided meditation and breathwork class in Franklin Park.

Free
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Wellness in the Park: Qi Gong

Franklin Park 1332 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Every Friday learn about and practice the basic concepts of this slow movement, standing practice to help purify, ease, and provide an energy boost.  

Free
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Rock the Park DC

Franklin Park 1332 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Every Saturday in October the inaugural Rock the Park DC will host a free, mini outdoor music festival. See website for lineups.

Free

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Step Afrika! Reads

Franklin Park 1332 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Local kids are invited to this 35-minute performance infusing reading creative and movement. Step Afrika!, founded by C. Brian Williams, incorporates dance styles practiced by historically Black fraternities and sororities as well as traditional West and Southern African dances, and an array of contemporary dance forms.  

Free