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From an email:

“On Sunday, May 15th the DC State Fair will host its first-ever Spring Mini-Fair, a celebration of the District, at the Brookland Arts Walk from 10am to 2pm (716 Monroe Street NE). The Spring Mini-Fair will feature contests, local artists, culinary demonstrations, and educational and kid-friendly activities such as: Read More

From an email:

“The DC Fire and EMS Department is currently celebrating 150 years as a full service fire and emergency medical services department in the District of Columbia.

Now it’s time to celebrate with the community and to have a parade and apparatus muster (display of current and antique fire apparatus).

DC’s Bravest invite you to join us on Saturday, May 14, 2022. Read More

Preston Singletary photo by Mac Holt Photography

From the Smithsonian NMAI:

Join us for a conversation about his art, and his inspiration for the current exhibition “Raven and the Box of Daylight.” Gene Tagaban, a Tlingit storyteller, will bring Raven to life through stories, dances, and songs. FREE, Saturday and Sunday, 11:30 a.m., 12:30, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. Read More


From an email:

“This Sunday, May 8th come picnic with us for the empowerHER Mother’s Day Luminaria at the Lincoln Memorial.

LUMINARIA is a whimsical display of personalized bags honoring loved ones on Mother’s Day. You can purchase a LUMINARIA bags here, for $25 donation, in honor of a loved one or in memory of a loved one. 100% of the proceeds go to empowerHER programs for girls under the age of 23 who have lost their mothers, the programs and mentorships are offered at no charge to the girls and their families.

The Luminarias will be on display at the steps of the Lincoln from about 6 pm – 10 pm and anyone is welcome to join us and enjoy the beautiful sight. There will be a speaking program and live music from 7-8:30 PM Read More

courtesy NGA

From a press release:

“DC’s favorite summer concert series is back! Every Friday from May 20 through July 22, our Sculpture Garden will come alive with musical performances ranging in style from jazz to Afro-Cuban and bluegrass.

On concert days, the Sculpture Garden will close from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.; gates will reopen at 5:00 p.m. and concerts will begin at 6:00 p.m.

Registration is free but required for all attendees ages 2 and up. Registration opens at noon one week before each concert. Read More


From an email:

“DC Brau is turning 11!!

On Saturday, April 30th at the brewery (3178 Bladensburg Road, NE) guests can join the DC Brau family for a live wrestling match, live music performances, local food trucks, and a one-of-a-kind craft beer brewed on site in honor of DC Brau’s 11th Birthday.

Additionally, DC Brau will be launching a new lager, Loud Brau, in honor of beloved local band Loud Boyz, who will perform at the all-day anniversary affair.

Tickets are available on eventbrite. There’s a limited amount of RSVPs, so grab tickets ($35) today for THE celebration of the season! “

From Lost & Found (1240 9th Street, NW):

“We are giving our Blagden Alley patio space a “glow up” for the 2022 season and are planning a spring party to celebrate! We’re hosting Blake King, Founder of ToriSumi Yakitori, who will be grilling chicken and veggie skewers to order on Wednesday, April 27th from 6-9pm.

This is a ticketed, outdoor event limited to 30 guests and includes 5 yakitori skewers and choice of two wine or beer pairings. Tickets can be purchased Eventbrite page.

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