Friday, August 13, 2010

To Do List: Weekend Edition August 13-15th

What's there to do in and around DC this weekend?

If you’re not on your way to see Inception for the 3rd time, check out Eat, Pray, Love. I’m reading the book right now. It’s great so far. I’m also a huge fan of Julia Roberts. Can’t wait to see this! Imagine..a movie about three of my most favorite things!

Why not get the girls together for some painting and wine at Brush N Blush. Looks like there are still spots open for their Saturday night class. Get step by step instructions while enjoying BYOB wine.

Tour Willowcroft Vineyards & Bluemont Vineyards with Reston Limo this Saturday.

Do good and look good at the one80 Salon Summer Fling to benefit Fashion for Paws this Sunday from 10-6pm.100% of the day's proceeds go to Fashion for Paws benefiting the animals and programs of the Washington Humane Society (WHS)!

Free Children’s Admission for Kids Safety Day at the National Museum of Crime & Punishment today, August 13th. Admission is fee for all children under 13 years of age and reduced the admission fee for all other event attendees by 50%, to receive this event rate, simply state “Safety First” at the admissions desk.

Get your history fix this weekend in Fairfax, VA. Saturday, 10am-4pm and Sunday, 10am-3pm the Sully Historic Site will be hosting they're Civil War Encampment Weekend. they'll be reenactments, live music, and...get this...a fashion show.  Sounds interesting....

If you're looking to step back in time with a little less blood shed, head over to the Jane Austen Ball  tomorrow night at the Gadsby's Tavern Museum  in Alexandria.

Public Enemy w/ Octave & Kendo the Almost Famous will be at the 9:30 Club tomorrow night.

If you have the kids in tow this weekend, stop by Sing-A-Long Saturdays - Children's Hour at Clyde's of Gallery Place. This Saturday John Henry "The Guitar Man" will be entertaining the kiddies. Call 202.349.3700  for more information.

Have a great weekend!


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