Experience Washington D.C.: Things to Do This Week
Experience Washington D.C.: Things to Do This Week
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Once you’ve visited the National Mall, museums, and monuments, experience more of Washington D.C. by way of a brewery tour in Ivy City or a yoga class on a farm in Arlington. Explore the District via this calendar of concerts, art exhibits, pop-up markets, and more must-see events throughout the region — all selected by Eventbrite’s expert curators.
Experience Washington D.C.: Things to Do This Week

Shop Made in DC / Washington, D.C.

Experience Washington D.C.: Things to Do This Week

Shop Made in DC / Washington, D.C.

Experience Washington D.C.: Things to Do This Week
Experience Washington D.C.: Things to Do This Week
Collection by Eventbrite
Once you’ve visited the National Mall, museums, and monuments, experience more of Washington D.C. by way of a brewery tour in Ivy City or a yoga class on a farm in Arlington. Explore the District via this calendar of concerts, art exhibits, pop-up markets, and more must-see events throughout the region — all selected by Eventbrite’s expert curators.
Once you’ve visited the National Mall, museums, and monuments, experience more of Washington D.C. by way of a brewery tour in Ivy City or a yoga class on a farm in Arlington. Explore the District via this calendar of concerts, art exhibits, pop-up markets, and more must-see events throughout the region — all selected by Eventbrite’s expert curators.

Join a group of women who aren't afraid to get candid about the birds and the bees. At this month's meeting, take the hot seat to answer questions about your personal experiences and listen as others share their views in a welcoming, judgment-free zone.

Give yourself a hump day break and head to Eaton DC for a one-hour yoga session to the hottest R&B beats. Learn how to breathe mindfully and take part in playful movement to wind down from the work day.

Every Thursday, non-profit organization The Purpose Party sets up in Eastern Market Park to provide clothing, food, and other products to DC citizens in need. Stop by to learn more about their mission and find out how you can help.

Learn how to use a tortilla press, mix your own cocktails, shop an arts market, or sit down for a panel discussion during this event celebrating the accomplishments and leadership of women of color.

An experienced guide will take you on a healing journey with a multi-instrumental soundbath and meditation to clear your energy field and promote deep relaxation.

Metrobar invites you to put on your thinking cap every Thursday for a rousing night of trivia. Come solo or gather a group of your brainiest friends to battle for the crown while enjoying a few drinks.

City-State Brewing hosts this free trivia night every other Thursday, where you can join a team and enjoy food and drink specials, a chance to win prizes, and some creative rounds to accompany the standard questions and answers.

Take a tour of four local craft breweries to sample 16 beers and munch on food pairings on this interactive tour led by an expert guide. No need to find a DD because this tour includes transportation to each spot.

Spend your lunch break at Eaton DC taking part in a vinyasa class suited for yogis of all levels. Leave feeling refreshed and ready to finish out your Friday strong.

Experience the the beautiful island sounds of Amami Oshima, Japan with instruments like harps, drums, and sanshin. In addition to the concert, attendees will learn about the history of each instrument.

Old Town Books hosts the March edition of its monthly book club with Stone Blind, a book that brings the infamous Medusa to life with a feminist flair.

Scents by The Company leads a candle making workshop that provides you with all the materials you'll need (plus light refreshments!) to hand pour a candle in the scent of your choice.

Let the good times roll at Columbia Station in Adams Morgan with cool jazz and hot jokes nearly every weekend. Who says you can't have the blues with a side of laughter?

It's comedy for a cause at the Saloon on U Street, featuring performers from networks like Comedy Central, HBO, and Hulu. The show is free to attend, and all food and beverage purchases help support the construction of schools around the world.

Stay out late as you cover a canvas in neon blacklight paint to create a one-of-a-kind work of art that literally glows (under a blacklight). You can bring your own food and drinks to this painting session — and there are earlier times available if you're not a night owl.

Get a jump on your spring planting with this sale at the National Arboretum. Vendors and plant professionals from across the country will answer all your questions about both indoor and outdoor plants, so be sure to bring a box or wagon to hold all your new finds.

Spend your Saturday morning in the Tiffany Gallery at the Museum of Contemporary Art, taking part in an hour-long flow class followed by a creative session where you can meditate, draw, or write.

This gentle yoga session welcomes yogis of all levels to the River Farm estate in Alexandria. This 25-acre historic site along the Potomac River is the perfect place to spend your Saturday morning, providing an environment where you can calm your body and mind.

Woodlawn Press in Alexandria is one of NOVA's only urban micro-wineries that brings a unique experience to its visitors by making wine using methods from over 100 years ago. Tastings start at $7, so get your sip on.

Spend your Saturday shopping local goods from women makers at La Cosecha. Browse different vendors each weekend including art, beauty products, jewelry, home goods, and clothing.

The 10th annual SheROCKS event celebrates women in business and the arts with two days of talks, workshops, and mixers. The weekend culminates with an event that features live music, art installations, film screenings, food, shopping, and networking.

Enjoy the benefits of salt therapy during this weekly yoga class that focuses on meditation and mantra. Stretch your mind and your body in a salt-covered room throughout a unique session that's meant to cleanse, stimulate, and balance.

Spend one Sunday each month browsing goods from local makers at this craft market in Silver Spring. Shop jewelry, ceramics, plants, and housewares, plus learn all about how you can rent plants for your next special event or wedding.

History buffs will love this spy-themed walking tour where you'll learn about conspiracy theories, political cover-ups, and assassinations. Visit spots where famous spies lived and participate in your own secret mission — should you choose to accept it.

This gentle Vinyasa class at Eaton DC is suitable for all levels and focuses on healing trauma and moving harmful energy out of the body, encouraging self-empowerment and joy through slow movements.

Watch the final episode of Hulu's six-part series at the National Museum of African American History and Culture. A discussion with Nikole Hannah-Jones — Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and creator of "The 1619 Project" — will follow the screening.

NPR journalist Ari Shapiro sits down with fellow broadcaster Audie Cornish to discuss his new memoir "The Best Strangers in the World," which covers everything from his Air Force One adventure with President Obama to following the path of Syrian refugees fleeing war.

Head to DC's favorite beer garden to test your knowledge and win prizes (and bragging rights), then hang out after trivia for lawn games and more ice cold beer.

The co-owner of Solid State bookstore leads this fiction-focused book club on the fourth Monday of each month. Participants can read newly-published works and discuss them with other bookworms from throughout the District.

Start your week with a unique wellness experience that includes restorative yoga, breathwork, and intention setting. While this series specifically celebrates Black women, all are welcome to attend.

Head to Old Town Books in Alexandria to discuss bestselling author Patrick Radden Keefe's latest book about "grifters, killers, rebels, and crooks" with other engaged readers.

Alison Roman presents her latest cookbook, "Sweet Enough," on stage at Sixth & I. She'll discuss desserts that will allow you to cap off any dinner party with something sweet that will wow your guests and tickle everyone's taste buds.

Welcome spring and celebrate 2023's National Cherry Blossom Festival at Metrobar with live music, cherry-flavored cocktails, and a photoshoot in the "Art in Bloom" Cherry Blossom chair. Be sure to wear pink to stay on theme.

Learn how to mix up classic craft cocktails in your own kitchen, plus compete for the best drink and a chance to win a trophy (plus bragging rights for life, of course).

Kids can take part in the cherry blossom celebrations with this Saturday event at the Long Bridge Aquatics Center. Activities range from origami, kite making, swimming, and face painting.

The friendly faces at H Street Farms will teach you how to grow these tiny, delicate greens that add color, texture, and flavor to a variety of foods — all you need is a sunny windowsill and one of their growing kits.

Go fly a kite (literally!) at this outdoor celebration of the cherry blossoms, where you can jam to local DJs, sit for face painting, and fill your belly with eats from local food trucks. Before you leave, be sure to shop the pop-up market with wares from DMV-based artisans.

Learn all about the benefits of using soy wax as you make your own cherry blossom-scented candle and wax melts.

At Shop Made in DC's Georgetown location, create colorful prints to gift or keep for yourself to brighten up your house using gelatin, paint, and letter envelopes.

Indulge in this rosé tasting just in time for the start of spring at the Hyatt Place Hotel Rooftop downtown. Your ticket also includes bites like crab cakes, sliders, and wings in addition to five to six wines to delight your palate.

This outdoor event is the ultimate dog's day out with activities like puppy yoga, a doggy fashion show, pet portraits, and plenty of dog-friendly eats. There's even a little something for the humans with a yappy hour later in the day.

This hounds-only play date takes place at The Bark Park and welcomes any breed of hound dog, including mixes. Endless puppuccinos will be served so get your pup ready for their best day ever.

French, English, American, or any breed — if you've got a bulldog, bring that furry friend to The Bark Park for this meetup that promises good times and activities for dogs and humans alike.

Taste wines from 25 different producers across Portugal and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and live entertainment while you sip. 100% of ticket proceeds will benefit Black Wine Professionals, an organization with the goal to lift up Black professionals in the wine world.

Kick off the annual Word Power Festival at Busboys and Poets, where you can hear some of the most talented local performers telling real-life stories. Hold on to your ticket because it's your entry in a raffle for fun prizes.

Learn all about Black-owned wineries and take a taste of six premium wines all while supporting The Veraison Project, an organization that works to create more equity in the wine industry through education and networking.

This Thursday night dance party at Saint Ex features a variety of music, with hip-hop, disco, house, and more esoteric genres represented. DJ K-Meta and DJ Bo keep the tunes spinning all night — all you need to bring are your dancing shoes.

Spend a spring Saturday in nature and take in the blooming cherry blossoms around DC. Stroll around the Tidal Basin in the earlier hours of the day to enjoy the quiet before the city comes to life.

DC's biggest beer festival is back at Nationals Park, gathering more than 80 breweries for two sessions of tasting. While you're at the event, you can sample dishes from local food trucks, catch a live band, play lawn games, or take in a dueling pianos performance.

Sip hard cider and shop goodies made by local artists during this afternoon gathering at Capitol Cider House. After the vendors pack up, the venue hosts a jazz night with live music from Jose Luis and Alex Hamburger.

Warm up your pipes with some hot chocolate by the fire pit and sign up to sing your heart out during this monthly karaoke session at Metrobar.

Singer-songwriter Michelle Zauner (better known as Japanese Breakfast) reads from her bestselling memoir, centered around her life in a Korean-American family and the loss of her mother.

In this discussion about the inner lives of teenagers, three experts use Dr. Damour's new book as a guide. Hear a mix of research and real-life anecdotes to dive deep into the fraught emotions of teens and learn the best way to stay connected to your kids.

This panel discussion and happy hour event is a safe space for you to ask all your burning questions about psychotherapy and get advice from local mental health experts. Enjoy complimentary snacks and drinks while chatting with fellow participants in a relaxed environment.

The Washington Post's Martine Powers interviews bestselling author Curtis Sittenfeld about her new novel, "Romantic Comedy.: The book follows a comedy writer who's given up on love until a dreamy pop star enters her life.

Show up to this monthly poetry slam where poets perform their original work and are judged by selected members of the audience. Spoken word artist Charity Blackwell acts as host and emcee for this competitive, creative event that elevates great prose.

Shop lightly used books, DVDs, CDs, and records all to benefit Turning the Page, a nonprofit that encourages DC parents to be more involved in their children's education.

Ping pong players of all levels are invited to test their skills at this with this friendly competition that benefits the Playtime Project charity. Not an athlete? Come cheer on your favorite players and enjoy food, drinks, and live music from local artists.

Take your taste buds from Bourbon County, Kentucky to Islay, Scotland at this whiskey tasting hosted by Drink the District, where you'll taste six premium spirits from around the world.

Blow off work and join this vent sesh one Saturday a month at Astro Beer Hall where some of the best local comedians make you laugh your stress away with a hilarious improv show.

A knowlegable host from Rose Glow Tea Room will teach you how to craft signature cocktails using a special, not-so-secret ingredient: tea! Mix and muddle your way through three different concoctions.

California congresswoman Katie Porter shares her hilarious memoir about politics, parenting, and standing up for what's right. After the talk and an audience Q&A, stick around to met Rep. Porter and get your book signed by the author.

Shop downtown's DC's outdoor pop-up stocked with gently used books, CDs, DVDs, and records — all for $6 or less. Proceeds from the sale benefit Turning the Page, a nonprofit that helps students receive valuable educational resources.

Explore local culture and take in the art every third Thursday during this monthly event that celebrates DC's arts community. Enjoy live music, walk through art galleries, and mingle with other patrons.

Take your pup to Metrobar DC and spoil them with a few hours of dog beer, puppuccinos, treats, toys, and plenty of opportunities to make new canine (and human) friends. You can also dress up your dog in a costume for a chance to win a prize.

Bestselling author and award-winning podcast host Gretchen Rubin presents her new book about heightening our senses to live fuller, more inspired lives. A book signing with the author will follow the discussion.

Each year, Dock 5 hosts wine lovers from around the DMV for an all-day event featuring live entertainment and tastings galore in a signature Wine Fest glass you get to keep.

Rainn Wilson, better known as the infamaous Dwight from "The Office," shares his new book, "Soul Boom," on spiritual revolution and healing practices to help readers embark on their own transformational journey. All book purchases come with a signature from the actor.