Your Weekend Guide!

If you're looking for fun, entertaining and educational things to do in Washington D.C, you've come to the right place. 

Our Weekend Guide is packed with a variety of our favorite events and activities that we want to share with you!

Commemorating our Nation's heroes

Saturday, November 9 through Monday, November 11

The peace we enjoy now is the product of the bravery and valor of our Veterans. Come and remember their heroism at our times of great need. Check out all the events for Veteran's day.

Cost: may vary

A Great Day for a 

Classic German Car Parade

Saturday, November 9
International Spy Museum

The 13th Annual Parade of Trabants is happening this weekend, which is also in view of the 30th anniversary of the Fall of Berlin Wall and the end of the Cold War. One exciting occasion coinciding with another, all for the commemoration of one of the most momentous days in the history of Germany and the entire world.

Cost: Free

Beauty that makes hearts flutter

Sunday, November 10
Smithsonian Nation Museum of Natural History

The Smithsonian Museum invites you, your family and friends to come in for an educational tour and experience with butterflies and some exotic plants. Discover and grow your knowledge of our natural world here. This event is kid-and-family-friendly.

Cost: Adults (13-59): $7.50 Seniors (60+): $7 Children (2 to 12): $6.50 

Awareness on Climate Change Issues

Sunday, November 10
Lincoln Memorial

Lincoln Memorial will be hosting this year's Climate Outreach on Sunday, November 10, 2019.  Empowerment and encouragement abound on this day, which aims to inspire climate action from all stakeholders. Activities will start at 12:30 PM.

Cost: Free

Reggae on the Roof

Thursday, November 7
Eden Lounge DC

The East Coast Sound Patrol presents Reggae on the Roof, an all-night party for the cool and hip patrons of Reggae. The event will start with an open bar at 10:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Aside from drinks, hookah and Caribbean barbecue will be served on this event.

Cost approximately $100

Learning compassion outside the home

Sunday, November 10, 2019
Brookland Busboys and Poets

You could always bother to count your blessings, but the best gift that we have yet to receive is the gift of a better world. Take part and be moved by the message of this activity, the Festival of the Arts and for Peace. See you on November 10.

Cost: Free Admission

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