Everyone loves a great fall festival. Grab your favorite fall sweaters and join Waugh Chapel Towne Centre on S. Main Chapel Way for the annual Family Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 26—featuring family-friendly activities, pumpkin decorating and more. It is fun for the whole family. You don't want to miss this event. For details, go to VisitWaughChapel.com.
One Night Only. One performance for all. ArtsCentric 2019 season includes its highest-selling original work the dancical Snapshots. It depicts the life of a young man including his tragic demise through dance. From ballet, jazz and hip-hop, to step, tap and liturgical, this emotionally gripping piece has left audiences speechless. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit ArtsCentric.org.
Enjoy Plus Level Modern Square Dancing and Round Dancing, two by two. The caller is going to be Dayle Hodge, and Dom Filardo is the cuer. The guest fees are $8 per person. For more information about this class, visit Eventful.in.
Put on your Sunday’s Best and join the Washington D.C. Alumnae Chapter (WDCAC) for a gospel-infused brunch to raise money for scholarships and programs! Sponsored in partnership with the Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF). This gospel brunch will include a wealth of entertainment and musical performances. Eventbrite.com
Enjoy an amazing night of comedy. DC Comedy Jam is Nov. 2 featuring Michael Blackson, DeRay Davis, Red Grant, D.C. Young Fly, Chico Bean and B Simone. For more information or to reserve your tickets, visit TicketMaster.com.
DMVbrw will bring black restaurant owners, managers, chefs, caterers, thought leaders and financiers into one room to discuss options for entrepreneurial ventures and continuing education. The week promotes restaurants, recognizes existing restaurants and hosts a conference and panel discussion on Saturday featuring black-owned food trucks and an awards brunch on Sunday spotlighting owners, managers, politicians, tastemakers and nonprofit organizations. DMVBRW.com
Welcome to First Sunday Arts Festivals in Annapolis, Maryland. Visit the festivals on the first Sunday of each month through November in downtown Annapolis Maryland from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. to shop more than 130 artists. Located at the first block of West and Calvert streets. Admission is free. For more information, visit Annapolis.com.
Come meet a multitude of employers looking for quality employees. These events are presented in cooperation with leading corporations, news media, industry associations, veterans organizations and government agencies. All Veterans Job Fairs take place in major military markets. Eventbrite.com
Back By Popular Demand (BBPD) the "Fall Classic:" MYSTERIES OF SPACE & SKY returns once again this fall! 2019 has been one of the most exciting and significant years in UFO history! For more information, visit EventBrite.com.
The Eighth Annual First Ladies' Tea will celebrate the 2019 Honorees with a luncheon at Camelot by Martin's starting at 1 p.m. Kathy Taylor will be the special musical guest. For more information or to purchase tickets to the event, visit Eventbrite.com.
More than just a horse show. It is a festival of friendship, scholarships, a college fair and fun! Come out and support this amazing group at The Show Place Arena. For more information, visit TheShowPlaceArena.com.
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St. Matthew’s UMC Annual Craft Fair will have more than 45 crafters who will bring their wares, and UMW members will have an awesome array of baked goods and provide lunch on both days. All proceeds will support mission projects, locally and around the world. Make sure to mark your calendar. For more information, visit Facebook or StMatthewsUMC.org.
Calling all hockey fans! Watch the Washington Capitals in a fierce match against the Anaheim Ducks. For more information or to reserve tickets, visit StubHub.com.
Enjoy Thanksgiving done for you at La Fontaine Bleue. Ticket prices include appetizers such as salad, soup and fruit bar. There will be a carving station with roasted turkey and more. There is an entree station, kids' buffet, holiday sweets table, drinks and a cash bar. Call or reserve tickets online at LaFontaineBleue.com.
Join Waugh Chapel Towne Centre for the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony. Meet up on South Main Chapel Way to kick off the holiday season with live musical performances, complimentary hot chocolate, cookies and a special giveaway. VisitWaughChapel.com