DC Thrifty Mom’s
Things To Do (FREE & Cheap!) in the
Washington DC Metro Area:
July 26 & 27, 2014
Always call or check the event website before heading out;
Event information is subject to change.
Carroll County 4-H & FFA Fair
July 26th – August 1st, 2014 ∙ FREE Admission! [Fee for parking & some entertainment]
This year we will be celebrating our 118th year where we are known for a traditional Country Fair experience. We are proud of our exhibitors, entertainment, animal shows, food, and, exhibits. We want to continue this tradition by bringing a wide variety of old traditions but bring you some new ones. Back by popular demand this year you will see the Racing Pigs, Wild West Night, Car Demolition Derby, Lawn Mower Racing, Tractor Pull, Chain Saw Carver, and much more. NEW THIS YEAR Monster Truck Show! Please check out our schedule for dates and times.
Citi Open – National Parks Community Day
William H.G. Fitzgerald Tennis Center - 16th & Kennedy Streets, NW
Saturday ∙ 9 am – 1 pm
This all-day event will include a DPR family fun zone, tennis clinics, face painters, pet adoptions, local mascots, and much more!
TEDDY BEAR CLINIC
NOVA Medical & Urgent Care Center – Leesburg
Saturday ∙ 9 am – 1 pm ∙ FREE!
Parents, show your kids that a trip to the doctor’s office isn’t scary… It can be fun!
Children are invited to bring their favorite stuffed animal or doll to our special interactive Teddy Bear Clinic. They’ll get to play doctor for Teddy’s annual check-up and learn about routine medical procedures and equipment like x-rays, thermometers, tongue depressors, and stethoscopes. View event highlights.
Saturday Morning at the National - Mary Ann Jung: Pee Wee Pirates
The National Theatre
Saturday ∙ 9:30 am & 11:00 am ∙ FREE!
Ahoy there, maties! Set sail with Captain Jean, the Pirate Queen, on a rollicking ’round the world adventure in sailing! In this fast-moving show, kids volunteer for duty hoisting the rigging, swabbing the deck, and looking for land while learning details of foreign cultures the world over.
Growing Edible Gardens & Organic Food with your Kids
Wangari Gardens - Kenyon Street and Park Road, NW
Saturday ∙ 10 am – 12 pm
Have you explored planting an edible organic garden with your kids yet?
Come learn some basics on why growing organic is important, what resources are available in DC to grow with your kids and pick up some seeds to get started. Don’t Miss It!! Summer is here so the time is right to get your hands in the dirt and have some fun. Options for all types of living styles will be explored. Certified urban agriculture aficionados and youth camp organizers will share their love for organic food and how to grow it simply in a way that includes your kids as co-learners in a session that highlights the interdependence of us all with Mother Earth. Please dress comfortably and ready to get hands in the dirt. Every child will take a transplant or seedling home and seeds. Materials will be provided. Very interactive!
Christmas in July
Union Street in Alexandria
Saturday ∙ 10 am – 3 pm ∙ FREE Activities for the kids!
Santa and Mrs. Claus are coming to Union Street for a little Christmas in July. Enjoy these FREE activities for the kids: 10am-12pm Storytelling & Cookies at Union Street Public House; 12pm-3pm Photos & Facepainting at The Christmas Attic; Plus Christmas in July sales at The Christmas Attic and drink specials at Union Street Public House for the adults ALL day!
Washington Youth Garden – Family Garden Day
Saturday ∙ 10 am – 12:30 pm ∙ $5+
Family Garden Days is an interactive family gardening, nutrition education, and cooking program. It is designed to bring families together at the Washington Youth Garden to share in a communal experience of learning how to grow and prepare fruits and vegetables, maintain an organic garden, and prepare healthy meals. Tailored to beginning gardeners and those looking to enhance their food and wellness practices, the program is an exciting opportunity for families to grow awareness, appreciation and connections to their food sources and engage in healthy life affirming outdoor activities! Participating families harvest fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden for cooking demos as well as to prepare and enjoy at home. Next family garden day scheduled for August 9.
Stories in Art (4-7): The Golden Artist: Giotto
National Gallery of Art – West Building Rotunda
Signup Begins: Saturday 10:00am & Sunday 11:00 am [continues until all spaces are filled] ∙ FREE!
Meet a shepherd boy named Giotto who becomes a famous artist, and discover how he made his paintings with gold.
Stories in Art introduces children ages 4 to 7 to artists through careful looking, storytelling, and hands-on experimentation. Led by museum educators, each program includes reading a children’s book, exploring one work of art in the galleries, and completing a simple hands-on activity. Each program is approximately 60 minutes.
Artful Conversations (Ages 8-11) - See–Wonder–Compare
National Gallery of Art – West Building Rotunda
Signup Begins: Saturday 10:00am & Sunday 11:00 am [continues until all spaces are filled] ∙ FREE!
Artful Conversations uses observation and discussion to explore works of art in the collection. Led by museum educators, each conversation focuses on one work of art in the galleries. Designed for children ages 8 to 11 and adults to participate in together, this program provides a model for families to explore works of art together. Each conversation is approximately 70 minutes. As a courtesy to the group, we will only accept sign-in for children in the age ranges listed.
Farm Tour & Harvest Sale 2014
Saturday & Sunday ∙ 10 am – 4 pm ∙ [Except Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard 12 - 6pm]
Montgomery County will celebrate its agricultural heritage, promote local farms, and indulge in seasonally fresh food during the 25th Annual Farm Tour and Harvest Sale. Spend a day or two in the country petting farm animals, going on a hay ride or enjoying a freshly-picked lunch by a scenic pond. Support the local agricultural economy by purchasing fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants and more at one of seventeen participating farms. Check out the Let’s Talk Live segment that NewsChannel8 broadcast about the tour.
Arts in the Park
Fairfax County – various locations
Saturday 10:00 – 11:00 am ∙ FREE!
Arts in the Parks is a FREE family fun alternative to Saturday & Wednesday morning cartoons & video games. It serves to entertain children, teach them the importance of protecting our natural resources, introduce them to live entertainment in an informal kid friendly atmosphere, and forge a connection between kids and parks.
For most children, Arts in the Parks is their first exposure to live entertainment, and for practically all of the young watchers, it’s their first chance to join professionals on stage. So they remember and forever associate the delightful experiences with parks.
Today’s Arts in the Park schedule includes:
Blue Sky Puppet Theater * Burke Lake Park Amphitheater
The GoodLife Theater * E.C. Lawrence Park Amphitheater
Paul Hadfield ‘The Funny Guy’ * Lake Fairfax Park Amphitheater
The grandsons, jr. * Mason District Park Amphitheater
Lake Fairfax Park
Saturday ∙ 10 am – 6 pm ∙ Advance Tickets: $10 - Gate: $12 - Water Mine Pass Holders: $6
This new festival celebrates Virginia’s seafaring past. Join with Ships Company Chanteymen singing traditional sea chanteys, tavern tunes and pirate ditties. Explore up close the quarter scale ship called the “Lion” and learn sailor skills. Experience the life of a sailor first hand with our many fun activity stations, including a pirate-themed tour boat ride. Wear your most dashing pirate clothes and enter our costume contest. Learn about global trade in the 18th century, and discover the luxury goods from international ports that compelled pirates to sail the seven seas. Rain or Shine!
Children’s Talk and Tour
Saturday ∙ 10:00 am ∙ $5 – Advanced registration requested
This event takes place in the Mansion.
Young art lovers enjoy a talk about the current exhibition. Get behind the brushstrokes and into the head, heart and history of the artists with these kid-friendly Saturday tours. The program includes a hands-on activity. Only children require tickets – their guardians do not need a ticket.
Free Summer Saturdays: Sketching Workshop
Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design
Saturday ∙ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm ∙ FREE!
Galleries and Bridge
The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design’s Free Summer Saturdays series of programming includes gallery tours, workshops, demonstrations, and performances. Admission to the museum and to these special programs and workshops is free every Saturday between Memorial Day Weekend and Labor Day Weekend.
This week, participate in a Sketching Workshop.
11 a.m., 12 noon, 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m.: Guided Tours
GIGS and Kidzbill present Junior Jams: Rainbow Rock
FNDTN Gallery & Liveroom
Saturday ∙ 10:30 am ∙ Tickets: $6 Advanced // $8 Doors (Cash Only!)
Get ready to rock the rainbow with this interactive performance! The Rainbow Lady (Kate Moran), joined by some of her friends, Guitarmony Gus (Derek Evry), Sgt. Bam Sam (Sam Carolla), Captain Toe Tappin (Kevin de Souza), Princess Fiddlesticks (Lynn Rovelli), or Bassious Berry (Matt Berry), to make up the Rainbow Band, will entertain your little ones with a combination of classic and original children’s tunes. Just as they have at fun family venues like the National Childrens’ Museum and across the D.C. area, these talented tunesters will keep you bopping in your socks until you just can’t rock anymore! Always on hand, inside the box of fun, tambourines, shakers and more for your little one to join in the fun, and if they are feeling like completing their rock star appearance, how about a nice little temporary Rainbow tattoo, from none other than Pattycake Patty (Patty Moran) or the lovely Rockin Rox Anna (Anna Goist)!! Are you ready to rock the rainbow?!
Jammin Java’s Tot Rock!
[Doors Open at 10am]
Saturday ∙ 10:30 am ∙ AndyRoo & the AndyRooniverse ∙ General Admission (and seating) $8
The AndyRooniverse is made of the expanding landscape of every child’s imagination! Join AndyRoo on a musical journey to a town of animals, where you’ll encounter Silly Sal the Salamander, monkeys climbing trees, big balloons and an affable platypus.
AndyRoo & the AndyRooniverse is the children’s music project of singer-songwriter Andrew Karnavas. He has been a featured performer on Radio Disney AM 1590, with PBS Kids at SXSW, and on the Kids Country Stage with Radio Disney at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo. His debut album Welcome to the AndyRooniverse was recorded in part at the #1 ranked children’s museum in the USA, the Children’s Museum of Houston.
Sunday ∙ 10:30 am ∙ The Not-Its! ∙ General Admission (and seating) $8 – Family 4-Pack for $25
Meet The Not-Its!, A rockin’ band from Seattle making music for children and their parents. Their debut album, We Are The Not-Its!, took the kindie rock scene by storm, receiving a Fids & Kamily Music Award for one of the best family music albums of 2009—unprecedented for a freshman release. And with the buzz generated by their newest album KidQuake!, it’s clear they are on a mission to make kids dance, with up-tempo, power-pop hits families love.
Featuring the vocals of Sarah Shannon (of ‘90s Sub Pop band Velocity Girl), The Not-Its! combine crunchy guitars with smooth, four-part harmonies, all nestled within fantastic pop gems. The Not-Its! may also be the nation’s best-dressed kids’ band, sporting skinny pink ties and fluffy pink tutus that appeal to kids’ discerning fashion sense. Their high-energy stage performances are guaranteed to get audiences on their feet and jumping around with delight.
The Not-Its! continue to rock the socks off the greater Seattle area, as well as across the nation!
Storytime Live! Come and Meet Curious George
Kiddie Academy of DC West End
Saturday ∙ 11 am – 4 pm ∙ FREE and open to everyone–bring a friend or two!
At Kiddie Academy, reading together is an essential part of preparing for school and for life. Join us for Storytime LIVE! where Curious George jumps off the page and visits the classroom in person! Find the participating academy near you here.
Kids Tour of the Korean Memorial
Saturday & Sunday ∙ 11 am – 12pm & 2 pm – 3pm ∙ FREE!
Have you ever seen a nine foot tall soldier? Come learn about the forgotten war and earn a Junior Ranger badge!
MUSTER THE MILITIAS - Open House Weekend
Saturday & Sunday ∙ various locations in DC-Maryland-Virginia ∙ FREE!
Sound the drums and muster the militias! Prepare yourself for the British invasion and enjoy FREE admission and special public programs commemorating the Bicentennial of the War of 1812. View the participating regional museums here.
DC PUBLIC LIBRARY Activities - Find FREE things to do for kids in every library in D.C.:
Healthy Eating on a Budget ∙ Southwest Library ∙ Saturday, 11am - Sapna Batheja, MS, RD, LD of UDC’s College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability, and Environmental Sciences, will discuss shopping for healthful foods on a budget. Make time afterward to see the library’s garden, and help harvest a sample of vegetables to take home!
Batman Days ∙ Rosedale Library ∙ Saturday, 11am - To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Batman’s first appearance in comics, Rosedale is doing a special two-day program all about Batman! For Saturday, we’ll be having an all-day Batman celebration, which includes a special story time all about Batman, special themed crafts, and the showing of a few Batman movies! Don’t forget to wear your Batman and other Bat-family shirts and costumes!
Free Bike Clinics ∙ Anacostia Library ∙ Saturday, 12pm – LAST CHANCE! Volunteers from The Bike House collective and Capitol Hill Bikes will provide bike repair services at no cost for the public outside of Anacostia Neighborhood Library on the second and fourth Saturdays through July from noon to 2:30 p.m. The Washington Area Bicyclist Association will also be on hand to provide advice and connect bicyclists with resources. All ages are welcome!
Blue Sky Puppet Theatre ∙ Northeast Library ∙ Saturday, 1:30pm - Follow Rufus through his adventures in science class with Dr. Science. Blue Sky Puppet Theatre presents an interactive puppet show incorporating science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Full STEAM Ahead! ∙ Juanita E. Thornton / Shepherd Park Library ∙ Saturday, 3:30pm - Fun, inquiry-based, hands-on experiments and literacy activities to spark your child’s natural interest in science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Best for children ages 5-12 years old.
Super Sunday Fun-Day ∙ Chevy Chase Library ∙ Sunday, 1pm - Come play with us! We will provide classic board and card games, as well as Duplo blocks! All day Sunday (1-5 p.m.) in the Children’s Room.
Family M.E.S.S. ∙ William O. Lockridge/Bellevue Library ∙ Sunday, 1pm - Family Math, Engineering and Science Sundays is a bi-weekly program that encourages children 3-12 to learn more about the world around them through experiments, building and other activities. Parental/caregiver participation is suggested.
Family Funday Sunday ∙ Mt. Pleasant Library ∙ Sunday, 2pm - A variety of family friendly programs that may include dance, music, movement, movies, sign language and much more. Recommended for ages 0-12.
I Made It Myself ∙ Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library ∙ Sunday, 2pm – All ages arts and crafts.
STEAM Team ∙ Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library ∙ Sunday, 2pm – Are you interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and/or Mathematics? Join us to design, construct, discover, create, and so much more! Ages 6-12.
Uno, Dos, Tres con Andrés! ∙ Juanita E. Thornton / Shepherd Park Library ∙ Sunday, 2pm – Sing, shake and sound out rhythms while trying regional Latin dances and practicing Spanish words. Dance to La Bamba, discover the colors in Spanish and meet friends of all kinds, including an iguana named Juana! For ages birth — 5.
Fizz, Boom, Read! ∙ Palisades Library ∙ Sunday, 2:30pm - This year’s Summer Reading theme is Fizz, Boom, Read! Join us throughout the summer to explore and get creative with STEAM-related crafts every Sunday from 2:30 to 4 p.m.
Digital Storytime ∙ Cleveland Park Library ∙ Sunday, 3:30pm - Digital Storytime incorporates the library’s digital resources into traditional storytime elements. We will read digital books, listen to music, and use educational apps. All books and music will be available in the library’s collection for patrons to check out.
View your neighbor library schedule here!
5th Annual Summer Block Party
Village at Leesburg
Saturday ∙ 3pm – 8pm ∙ FREE!
Don’t miss THE family event of the summer with non-stop music, carnival rides, street entertainers, games and great food! Main Stage near Fountain Court 3 p.m. Ted Garber – Blues Americana Rock 4 p.m. ATA Elite Martial Arts demo 4:20 p.m. Newton’s Firnas – Pop Rock 5:20 p.m. Unicycling Fire Juggler 5:40 p.m. MUDLARK – Rock & Blues 6:40 p.m. The Frisbee Guy* 7 p.m. Christian Lopez Band – Folk Country Rock *Register at the Village at Leesburg Tent for the chance to win great prizes and receive your FREE Village at Leesburg Flying Frisbee Disk, while supplies last, to test your skills with the Frisbee Guy! More music on the Plow & Hearth Patio and near BurgerFi Food & Drinks Beer Gardens located at King Pinz and Finnegan’s. Village at Leesburg eateries will serve up dining and beverage specials Top area food trucks including Roaming Rotisserie, Mill’s Funnel Cakes, Doug The Food Dude, Good Grubbin’ and Reata BBQ will offer specialty foods. FREE Family Fun Cool off with splash-tastic activities — water balloon battle and inflatables. Carnival Rides – Ferris Wheel, Dixie Twister and Flying Dragon 26 foot rock climbing wall XTreme gaming truck Balloon artist Glitter tattoo artists Sidewalk sales, in-store specials, samplings and more Arts in the Village Gallery ATA Elite
Bowie Baysox – Celebrate Batman’s 75th Anniversary with Superhero Night & Rock With Rocknoceros
Kiddie Academy of DC West End
Saturday ∙ pregame concert 4 pm – Game at 6:35 pm
$12 in advance or $14 the day of the concert, includes a general admission seat ticket for the Baysox game.
The fun for kids and family will begin at 4:00 p.m. when the stadium gates open for the concert. Rocknoceros is scheduled to perform at 4:15 p.m. Regular stadium gates will open after the concert at 5:30 p.m.
During Superhero Night, the Baysox will celebrate Batman’s 75th Anniversary. Batman, the Batmobile and more of your favorite superheroes will be in attendance, presented by the Alliance for Consumer Education. Fans will be able to take pictures with all their favorite superheroes during a special meet-and-greet session. Be sure to also dress up as your favorite superhero and cheer them on as they help fight crime on the field during in-game promotions.
National Dance Day
Saturday ∙ 5 pm – 7 pm ∙ A FREE Millennium Stage Performance
The Kennedy Center and Dizzy Feet Foundation, in conjunction with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, present a free, two-hour celebration featuring performances by AXIS Dance Company, dance lessons, and talent from Dizzy Feet Foundation including Jenna Elfman and hip-hop dancer Fik-Shun in honor of National Dance Day. AXIS offers a program of physically integrated dance, evolving from collaboration between dancers with and without disabilities in celebration of the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and National Council on Independent Living Conference. This performance is supported by the Rosemary Kennedy Education Fund, a Jean Kennedy Smith Arts and Disability Program. Jenna Elfman and Fik-Shun will lead patrons in dance routines and demonstrations.
Fort Dupont Summer Theater Concerts
Saturday ∙ Gates open at 5:30 pm – Concert starts at 7 pm ∙ FREE!
The Boys And Girls Club of Greater Washington
Tribute to Luther Vandross featuring William ‘Smooth Wardlaw’
The Petworth Jazz Project
Lawn of Petworth Recreation Center
Saturday ∙ 6 pm ∙ FREE!
All Shows: Kids performance first, then jazz!
Tonight: 6pm: Uno, Dos, Tres con Andres & 7pm: Herb Scott and Friends
Beltsville CC Summer Concerts: The Billy Hedrick Band
Beltsville Community Center
Saturday ∙ 7:00 pm ∙ FREE!
Oldies: The Best Feel Good Music
M-NCPPC & the Beltsville Recreation Council invite you to bring your family and friends to enjoy FREE musical performances. Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets to sit comfortably!
Mount Vernon Nights: Alexandria Kleztet (Jazz/Jewish)
Workhouse Arts Center
Saturday ∙ 7:00 pm ∙ FREE!
The Alexandria Kleztet has been combining traditional Eastern European/Jewish music with diverse influences for more than a decade. New arrangements of traditional melodies and original songs by members of the band draw upon jazz, classical, world beat, rock and other musical genres to create a unique and entertaining sound.
Potomac Overlook Regional Park
Saturday ∙ 7:00 pm ∙ FREE but donation of $5/person requested
We invite you to come enjoy a balmy evening this summer on the lawn of Potomac Overlook Regional Park. Concerts are held every other Saturday from 7p.m. to 9p.m. Picnickers are more than welcome to bring an evening meal, although alcohol is not permitted. Tonight’s performer: Local 12 (Rock/Blues)
Tom Principato – Free Summer Concert
BlackRock Center for the Arts
Saturday ∙ 7:00 pm ∙ FREE!
Tom Principato has spent the last 40+ years as a guitarist and singer based in Washington, D.C. He is one of the most unique guitarists around, combining his rich blues background with high-energy rock, and a highly charged, emotionally expressive delivery.
Prince George’s Summer Shakespeare Festival’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
Saturday ∙ Arts/Harmony Hall Regional Center ∙ 7:30 pm ∙ FREE!
Sunday ∙ Publick Playhouse ∙ 7:30 pm ∙ FREE!
Please join us for edge-of-your-seat storytelling with an incredible cast of characters. A Midsummer Night’s Dream has young lovers, fairies, clowns and a talking wall, guaranteed to entertain the whole family! Be transported by live music, magical movement and Shakespeare’s enchanting poetry…all under the stars. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a FREE performance!
Bethesda’s Outdoor Movie
Saturday ∙ 9:00 pm ∙ FREE!
Enjoy the last night of downtown Bethesda’s 9th annual outdoor movie series! Show times begin at 9pm at the corner of Norfolk and Auburn Avenues. A limited number of chairs will be provided and attendees are invited to bring their own lawn chairs. Tonight’s show: Top Gun
FREE Family Sundays
Bladensburg Waterfront Park
Sunday ∙ 9:30 am – 4 pm ∙ FREE!
Enjoy our Free Family Sundays with a one-hour canoe, kayak, or paddle boat rental! Please note: Children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
Sunday ∙ 10 am – 5 pm ∙ Special Event Admission Price: $10.95 per person
For the first time ever in recognition of Parents Day on July 27th, 2014 we will be allowing one parent per paying child FREE! We will have some family directed games as well as the usual “Amazing Farm Fun” hayrides, animals, slides, giant jumping pillow, panda puzzle, and so much more!
Harriet the Spy 50th Anniversary
Sunday ∙ 9:30 am – 4 pm ∙ $5 for non-members / $3 for members
Calling all super spies! As a partner of Politics & Prose’s Summer Sleuths’ reading program, the Avalon will present a special screening of HARRIET THE SPY to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Louise Fitzhugh’s classic novel. PG - 101 min – Review from Common Sense Media.
Tiny Tots: Penguin’s Playground
The Puppet Co. Playhouse
Sunday ∙ 10:00 am ∙ $5
Join us for an awesome Arctic Adventure exploring a super-secret playground, hidden at the very bottom of the world. Be there as playful, multi-talented penguins join their friends at the South Pole!
Da’Originalz featuring “Beet Ya Feets”
Anacostia Community Museum – Program Room
Sunday ∙ 1 pm – 3 pm ∙ FREE!
Hip Hop dancers Da’Originalz guide participants in creating their own form of self-expression through original dance movements. Join in this fun workshop, demonstration, and group practice session.
Sunday Concerts: Washington Performing Arts Children of the Gospel Choir
National Building Museum
Sunday ∙ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm ∙ FREE – Drop in program!
Washington Performing Arts Children of the Gospel Choir showcases uniquely talented young voices in their own distinctive style of high energy performances. Presented in collaboration with Washington Performing Arts. Visit THE BIG MAZE, there is a fee for this event.
Baltimore Museum of Art
Sunday ∙ 2pm – 2:45 pm ∙ FREE!
The BMA is the place to be for free family fun! Every Sunday, enjoy different activities—sketching tours, hands-on workshops, gallery tours, and more—designed just for families. JULY’s Theme: Textures - July 27: Object Lesson, Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ Untitled (Water)
Washington Mystics vs. Atlanta Dream
Sunday ∙ 4 pm ∙ $19+ [Discount Code: Mystics]
Summer Sunday Concerts in the Park – Tom Principato
Presented by The Alden
McLean Central Park Gazebo
Sunday ∙ 5:00 pm ∙ FREE!
Tom Principato is one of the most unique guitarists around, combining his rich blues background with high-energy rock, and a highly charged, emotionally expressive delivery.
NSO Summer Music Institute Orchestra
Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage
Sunday ∙ 6:00 pm ∙ FREE!
This event takes place in the Concert Hall.
The orchestra, featuring the winner of the Concerto Competition, performs Debussy’sNocturnes (Nuages and Fêtes) and Vaughan Williams’s Symphony No. 2 “London.”
Movies on the Potomac – Musicals: Annie
Sunday ∙ movies start at 6:00 pm ∙ FREE!
Meet us at the Plaza’s big screen for a FREE evening of ocean breezes and all-ages fun! Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the show!
Arts on the Waterfront
Bladensburg Waterfront Park
Sunday ∙ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm ∙ FREE!
Join us at the Waterfront with a great day of arts on the waterfront! There will be plenty of music and entertainment from jazz to rock–even a puppet show. Refreshments will be available for sale.
Concert on the Green
Sunday ∙ 6 pm – 8 pm ∙ FREE!
Come out with your picnic baskets and chairs for an entertaining evening of live, free music! Today: The Morrison Brothers - The premier country/rock act in the Washington D.C. area, soon to be a national contender.
Summer Movies at Stonebridge
Potomac Town Center
Sunday 7:00 pm ∙ FREE!
Summer Movie Nights at Stonebridge every Sunday at 7 pm through August on the Jumbo Tron! Tonight’s Feature: The Blind Side
Visit the Calendar for more FREE & Cheap happenings.
Enjoy your weekend!
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