There’s some safely spooky family fun coming to a special edition of the National Zoo’s children’s trick-or-treating event — Boo Drive Thru.
Last week, the James Beard Foundation announced that featured chefs from 20 cities would participate in its annual Taste America event on Sunday, October 18, 2020. DC’s representative is Erik Bruner-Yang of Maketto.
Navy Yard’s The Kelvin has teamed up with Atlas Brew Works for a digital drinking experience you won’t want to miss. And it’s as easy as: See, Sip, Score!
The BORO in Tysons (8350 Broad Street) is hosting a festive and socially-distant Oktoberfest event with URBNmarket on Friday, October 9, and Saturday, October 10.
The Yards is debuting its newest in 2020 event vibes… socially-distanced glamorous campgrounds (AKA Glamp-Grounds) that up to 4 friends can reserve for a couple of hours of outdoor lounging, from October 16 – 18. It may be sold out, but we know a way to win your way in.
Enjoy Rosslyn Cinema’s family-friendly movies outdoors on the lawn in Gateway Park on Fridays from October 2nd to 23rd.
Many attendees dressed up in their homes, though for the participating actors, this year’s Shakespeare Theatre Company Gala was a Come As You Are occasion.
October 5 -25, 2020 Taste & Shop Georgetown will offer specials and promotions, deals and gifts with purchase all over the neighborhood in an effort to thank patrons for their support of Georgetown businesses.
The 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards virtually showcased dynamic performances and surprise guests at its annual evening to recognize and honor the trendsetters of creative Washington.
National Geographic photojournalist and co-founder of Andeana Hats, Laura Grier is making some special in-person appearances at La Cosecha to showcase her photographic works as well as Peruvian hats and intention bands created by Quechua artisans.