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  • Intersections Art Festival

    March 1 AT 1:00 PM - Atlas Performing Arts Center

    NE, DC. Discover more than 600 artists in over 100 performances over three weekends at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. The program includes visual art, film screenings, literary readings and dance, musical and dramatic productions plus 20 free café concerts and 25 special events. FREE - $28.

  • National Harbor Restaurant Week

    March 2 AT 1:00 PM - National Harbor

    NATIONAL HARBOR, MD. This celebratory week offers prix fixe lunch and dinner menus. For fast-casual restaurants, lunch will be offered for $8 and dinner will be offered for $16; for regular-service restaurants, lunch will be offered for $20 and dinner for $35. Not all National Harbor restaurants are participating. Call or visit for details.

  • Charity Happy Hour at Lost Society

    March 6 AT 6:00 PM - Lost Society

    NW,DC. Time to get together for the 20s & 30s Going Out Group’s next happy hour! Their happy hour will benefit Theater Alliance, a non-profit organization that develops, produces, and presents socially conscious, thought-provoking work that fully engages the community in active dialogue... suggested $10 cash donation. Go to

  • Advance your Asana at Yoga NoMa

    March 6 AT 7:00 PM - Yoga NoMa

    This class is for intermediate/advanced students who are looking for a little more adventure on their yoga mats. This 90 minute yoga practice will focus on approaching the fundamental and intermediate yoga poses from an advanced perspective. Regular practice outside class strongly encouraged. ($15).

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  • 2nd Annual Rockin’ 4A Cause Fundraiser

    March 6 AT 8:00 PM

    POTOMAC, MD Your community is coming together to bring awareness and charity for 3 important causes. The B Street Band will be rockin for a cause at 8pm at Benny's!

  • Ballyshaner’s Alexandria St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    March 7 AT 12:00 PM - Old Town Alexandria

    ALEXANDRIA, VA. The pre-parade will begin at noon with the winners of the Fun Dog Show, and continue with the VIPs and dignitaries at 12:15 p.m. The Parade will officially step off at 12:30 p.m. from the intersection of King and Alfred Streets. Register fast for your unit to march!

  • The Official Washington D.C. Leprecon

    March 7 AT 12:00 PM - Dupont Circle

    NW, DC. Legends claim that catching a Leprechaun will make you the luckiest person alive. Snag a bit of that famous luck of the Irish for yourself at participating DuPont venues, and you might just catch a glimpse of the little man’s mischief!

  • 8 Glorious Days to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

    March 7 AT 12:00 PM - Murphy's Irish Pub

    ALEXANDRIA, VA. Start on March 7th with a St. Patrick's Day parade, live music starting at 10 a.m. March 10 is Irish trivia at 8:30 p.m. with food, fun and prizes. March 11 at Taste of Ireland: sample five brands of Jameson for $18 per person. March 12 is the Perfect Pint contest starting at 5 p.m. March 13 is the weekend kickoff party and festivities including music and dancing through the weekend. March 16 is St. Patrick's Day Eve featuring live music by Ronan. Finally, the big day March 17: no cover charge, live music, Irish dancing and more.

  • DC Leprechaun Lap

    March 7 AT 1:00 PM

    NW, DC Lindy hosts the annual DC’s official kick-off to St. Paddy’s! Celebrate all things Irish with a day of bar-hopping, great specials at 15 Dupont bars, bagpipers, and thousands of your closest friends!

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  • 1K Wine/Beer Walk

    March 7 AT 1:00 PM

    ARLINGTON, VA Calling racers and couch potatoes alike! The semi-annual 1K Wine & Beer Walk is around the corner so you better start training! Pass the start line and sip your way along the race course, stopping at “Wine” and “Beer” hydration stations along the course. Sample 20 wines or 20 beers we’ll be pouring for your racing pleasure, and end at a giant dance party!

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  • DC Whiskey Walk

    March 7 AT 1:00 PM

    NW, DC The DC Whiskey Walk is an awesome day of fun, excitement, entertainment and of course, excellent Irish whiskey. Enjoy the best of Ireland’s premium distilleries at 8 of DC’s leading bars. This all-day event is the perfect way to get ready for St. Patrick’s Day. Whiskey Walkers will enjoy a 1-ounce taste of a different select Irish whiskey at 8 different venues in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC included in their ticket price.

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  • Brewer's Ball

    March 7 AT 7:00 PM - National Building Museum

    NW, DC Be part of the best nonprofit craft beer event in DC! The 10th Annual matchboxfoodgroup Brewer’s Ball offers close to 1,500 of the area's business and community leaders the opportunity to sample a variety of hand crafted beers from more than 30 of the region's best craft breweries, while also enjoying the cuisine of over 20 popular area restaurants. The evening will feature live entertainment and one of the region’s most memorable silent auctions. Invite your clients, colleagues, family and friends to enjoy hand-crafted brews, delicious restaurant samplings and to mingle with supporters and elite young professionals. Brewer’s Ball is the craft brew gala of the season!

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  • Interactive Improv Event for Local Artists: DUET ROULETTE

    March 7 AT 7:30 PM - ReCreative Spaces

    NE, DC. DUET ROULETTE is an open call and performance opportunity for performing and visual artists of the DC community to engage in an evening of inspiration, creation, and improvisation on March 7, 2015 at 7:30 PM at ReCreative Spaces in Washington, D.C. DUET ROULETTE seeks artists of all kinds – dancers, painters, musicians, beatboxers, photographers, puppeteers, acrobats, poets, etc. – to participate. On the night of the event, an audience will pair up two participating artists at random to create together. The series of pairs will instantly collaborate, showing a series of short ‘duets’ on the spot that evening before fellow artists and an audience. There’s no time for rehearsal, just spontaneous, participatory art between unlikely pairs of artistic talent.

  • Leprecon Bash

    March 7 AT 8:00 PM - Midtown Partyplex

    NW, DC. Pull out your green, kiss the Blarney Stone and prepare for an evening loaded with shenanigans, because DC's ultimate St. Paddy's party is here! Enjoy an evening of malarkey and shake your shamrock to the beats of one of Washington DC's hottest live DJs spinning all night long.

  • Sarah, Ty & Mel's The Bachelor Viewing Party!

    March 9 AT 7:00 PM

    The Bachelor season finale is almost here and we are dying find out whether Becca or Whitney will get the final rose!

  • Painting Party

    March 9 AT 7:00 PM - Mad Fox Brewing

    FALLS CHURCH, VA. Spend a fun evening laughing, listening to music and creating a one-of–a-kind masterpiece at Mad Fox Brewing Company! This 2.5 hr. event includes all art supplies, an awesome staff, and a lot of fun. Absolutely NO art experience is necessary.

  • Oxbow Beer Dinner

    March 9 AT 7:00 PM - The Partisan

    NW, DC. To celebrate our one year anniversary at The Partisan, we're teaming up with our good friends at Oxbow Brewing Company for an incredible six-course beer pairing dinner. As an added bonus, our Beer Director Greg Engert will be joined by special guest and Oxbow Brewmaster Tim Adams to talk shop, discuss beer pairings and more. $95 per person, call 202-524-5322 to reserve.

  • Pete Rock & Slum Village

    March 10 AT 7:00 PM - U Street Music Hall

    NW, DC Pete Rock is an American record producer, DJ and rapper. He rose to prominence in the early 1990s as one half of the critically acclaimed group Pete Rock & CL Smooth. Tickets are $25.

  • Ireland's Four Courts Guinness Dinner

    March 10 AT 7:00 PM - Ireland's Four Courts

    ARLINGTON, VA. We will be hosting our annual Guinness Dinner. Chef Pedro Flores of the James Joyce will be preparing 3 courses paired with Harp, Smithwick's Pale Ale, and of course Guinness. Have chance to learn to pour your own Guinness. Be sure to get your reservation soon before the even books up!

  • Hermitude

    March 11 AT 7:00 PM - U Street Music Hall

    NW, DC. Hermitude are an award-winning electronic production duo hailing from Sydney. Over the past 12 months their profile has exploded off the back of their Australian Music Prize-winning album HyperParadise. 7:00pm Doors $18 #HermitudeUHall

  • St. Patrick’s Day PubCrawl

    March 13 AT 5:00 PM - Dupont Circle

    NW, DC. Who says St. Paddy’s should only last one day? This year, enjoy three lively rounds of festivities, 13, 14 and 17! Kick it off at DuPont Circle, but make your way to the pub of your choice. Sign up for single night crawl tickets, or join in for all three!

  • Hardywood Dinner

    March 13 AT 7:00 PM - Art and Soul Restaurant

    NW, DC. Executive Chef Douglas Alexander and the team at Art and Soul are excited to partner with Hardywood Park Craft Brewery for a special dinner! Dishes come with beer pairings and include Cobia Crudo, Curry Goat Sausage, Suckling Pig Mole and more. Tickets are $70.

  • Pole Dancing Workshop

    March 13 AT 7:00 PM - Jordin's Paradise

    NW, DC. This one's for the women only! Do you want to be able to combine fun and dance into your workout? Join the 20s & 30s Going Out Group for this informative and interactive two hour session where we'll leave with a solid foundation of pole dancing and sensual movements. The group has recruited Rania Jaziri, with eight years pole dancing experience, to lead through this workshop. Strawberries and a mimosas are included for everyone. No experience necessary!

  • St. Practice Day

    March 13 AT 8:00 PM - Union Jack's Rio

    GAITHERSBURG, MD. Two huge parties to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. Get some practice on March 13 with The Sidley and Ashley Mitchell. Then, hit the real party on St. Pat's with Sligo Creek and Girls Night Out. Free Irish breakfast 8 - 10 a.m. on St. Patrick's Day.

  • St. Patrick's Weekend at O'Sullivan's

    March 13 AT 9:30 PM - O'Sullivans

    ARLINGTON, VA. It's gonna be a blowout weekend starting with Tommy Gann Friday night, Lenny Burgees and Eddie Pasa Saturday, Lenny back on Sunday and Brian Fitzy and Willem Dicke on St. Patrick's Day. Plus, Irish dancers and bagpipers all weekend. Bonus, enter for a chance to win a trip to Ireland!

  • Rock 'n' Roll Marathon

    March 14 AT 7:30 AM

    NW, DC Take on a rockin’ 26.2 or 13.1 historic journey through our Nation’s capital at the 5th Annual Rock ‘n’ Roll DC Marathon & 1/2 Marathon presented by CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield on March 14, 2015. Boasting revamped courses with a new start line on Constitution Ave. surrounded by the sights of the White House, Smithsonian Libraries and Washington Monument, live bands and cheer squads along the course culminating with a post race finish line concert!

  • Four Courts 4-Miler

    March 14 AT 9:00 AM

    ARLINGTON, VA With a sell-out crowd since its inception in 2010, the Four Courts Four Miler is a local "must run' with a post-race party second to none in the DC area. Hosted by our friends at Ireland's Four Courts Pub, this challenging course finds food, friends, and a bit of liquid courage at the end of the rainbow.

  • St. Patrick's Blowout

    March 14 AT 9:00 AM - Fado Irish Pub

    NW, DC. Start with St. Practice Day on Saturday the 14th. Six Nations Rugby all morning with no cover and Stout 7 at 9:30 p.m. Sunday is parade day. Doors open at 7:30 a.m., full brunch 10 - 2 p.m., EPL action, Six Nations Rugby with no cover. Then Danny Barns Band at 2 p.m. and drink specials for Caps fans Rockin' the Green. Then the big shebang Tuesday the 17th, doors open at 8 a.m., cover charge starts at 2 p.m. with Ice Wagon Flu and finally Lloyd Dobler Effect at 8 p.m.

  • Cloverfest 2015

    March 14 AT 1:30 PM - The Yards

    SE, DC. Drink the District returns for its 2nd annual St. Patrick’s Day beer tasting. Attendees will enjoy unlimited beer, a dueling pianos show, backyard games and access to food trucks at our brew-centric event. Tickets get you unlimited samples from breweries like 3 Stars, Atlas Brew Works, and more!

  • The Shamrock Crawl

    March 14 AT 2:00 PM

    MULTIPLE LOCATIONS. Join us for a time of festive jubilation and let your Irish cheer run free! Join thousands of fellow beer lovers in celebrating a day full of green revelry at some of the area’s most popular bars. Participants will enjoy great specials and take home a signature Shamrock mug! Crawls are held in DC and Arlington.

  • Club amBUSh

    March 14 AT 8:00 PM - Cafe Asia

    NW, DC. It's time for the 20s & 30s Going Out Group bus crawl night-on-the-town! They have reserved a deluxe charter bus for the group, complete with sound system, dim lighting and bathroom. They’re going to some of the hippest bars / clubs / lounges in DC, so let's pull up in style! Since they’ve built relationships with many of the bars / clubs for our happy hours... they've agreed to waive the cover charge, bypass all lines and provide drink specials.

  • Learn to Bartend

    March 15 AT 1:00 PM - Professional Bartending School

    ARLINGTON, VA. The 20s & 30s Going Out Group have made special arrangements with the Professional Bartending School and recruited Jewels Kennedy, a certified bartender with 14 years direct bartending experience, to show them what it's like to be a bartender. Join the group for this informative, interactive, and fun two to three hour introductory seminar and hands on training class as they learn how to make 30+ of the most popular and requested drinks, shooters, martinis and specialty drinks.

  • At Hanks on the Hill in DC

    March 16 AT 5:00 PM - Hanks on the Hill

    Washington, DC. -- Launch party at Hanks on the Hill from 5pm - 7pm, featuring a $5 happy hour punch and special cocktail menu at $10 apiece.

  • Shamrocks & Shenanigans

    March 17 AT 11:00 AM

    NW, DC Celebrate all things Irish with Lindy Promotions, Coors Light, Bushmills & Three Olives at DC’s premier St. Patrick’s Day celebration! We’ll be toasting the ‘luck of the Irish’ all day long with great drink specials, live Irish music, bagpipers & more at Rumors in Dupont!

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  • St. Patrick's Celebration

    March 17 AT 5:00 PM - Bilbo Baggins

    ALEXANDRIA, VA. Enjoy St. Pat's with specialty beers from some of the world's best craft brewers.

  • St. Pat's Party

    March 17 AT 5:00 PM - Recessions

    NW,DC. Get hooked up on this Irish holiday with $5 Jameson. Celebrate with specials on Baileys, Guinness and Harp and Irish Fare.

  • Steez Promo Presents: Robin Shulz

    March 18 AT 9:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC. Robin Schulz is a German DJ who released his first album in September of 2014, and is taking the world by storm. He was ranked number six in the United Sates on the US Dance Billboard, and number one on the Single's Chart in Germany. His hit over the summer was a remix of Lilly Wood & the Pricks "Prayer in C". If you're looking to enjoy some electronic music at a great venue, come see Robin Schulz at the 9:30 Club.

  • Jimmy V Fundraising Event

    March 19 AT 12:31 PM

    32 Bars, 8 Days, One Goal. Every year during March Madness On Tap and Corona partner to raise funds for the V Foundation for Cancer Research. The Foundation was established in memory of Jim Valvano, legendary coach of 1983 NC State champion basketball team and recipient of the first Arthur Ashe award from ESPN. Last year we raised over $12,000 in eight days, this year our goal is $15,000 and with your help we can reach it. Because in the words of Jimmy V “Don’t Give Up . . . Don’t Ever Give Up!”

  • Sam Adams Cold Snap March Madness Kick Off

    March 19 AT 4:00 PM - Iron Horse Taproom

    NW, DC $5 Cold Snap Drafts during NCAA Tournament Games. Sampling Team and promotional giveaways from 4-6 pm.

  • Flying Dog Tap Takeover

    March 19 AT 6:00 PM - Iron Horse Taproom

    NW, DC 7 Varietals featured at a discounted price at the Small Bar from 6-9 pm

  • Pink Tie Party

    March 19 AT 7:00 PM - Ronald Reagan Building

    NW, DC Celebrate the blossoms in style and purchase tickets now for the Festival’s signature fundraiser, the Pink Tie Party, held Thursday, March 19 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center (1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW). Wear your finest “Pink Tie” cocktail attire and enjoy a fabulous evening filled with delicious cuisine, cocktails, live music, dancing, a silent auction and so much more. Individual admission is $225 per person. The Cherry Picks Experience, $300 per person, includes admission and exclusive access to a special restaurant tasting and lounge. Proceeds from both events help sustain the Festival’s year-round educational initiatives and tree planting program, maintain the quality and integrity of Festival events and ensure they remain primarily free and open to the public for generations to come.

  • Man of la Mancha

    March 20 AT 7:00 PM - Sidney Harman Hall

    NW, DC. Let's get together for drinks and a show! 20s & 30s Going Out Group get together for a drink or two at Sidney Harman Hall bar before the show, and then go see Man of la Mancha. The tale of knight errant Don Quixote, his journey comes alive in a play-within-the-play, featuring loyal friends, troubled maidens, giant monsters and brave knights. Tickets are $45.

  • Yoga in American Sign Language

    March 21 AT 11:30 AM - Yoga NoMa

    NE, DC Join Darcy White, a deaf yoga instructor, for an all-levels vinyasa flow class taught in American Sign Language. This class will incorporate basic yoga poses into challenging and fun sequences, with an emphasis on alignment and the breath. This class seeks to build strength and flexibility, and is appropriate for those new to yoga or looking to deepen their practice. Please note that voice-interpretation is not provided. Tickets are $12.

  • DC Craft Beer Festival

    March 21 AT 1:00 PM

    NW, DC From the established craft brewers to the mid-majors and up-and comers, the diversity and creativity of the Craft Brewing Community has proven to be limitless. For our Grand Tasting, we will be featuring an extensive variety of these artisanally produced creations from top breweries. Nearly 75 participating breweries from across the country are each expected to showcase 2 of their finest offerings (about 150 beers total) with a strong emphasis on their Limited Release and Seasonal selections.

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  • Cherry Blossom Tea and Garden Tour

    March 21 AT 1:00 PM - Tudor Place Historic House and Garden

    NW, DC. Celebrate the blooming of the Tudor Place cherry blossoms with a traditional English tea ceremony.

  • ShamrockFest

    March 21 AT 2:00 PM - RFK Stadium

    SE, DC ShamrockFest is America’s largest St. Paddy’s Day celebration, where thousands come to rock their shamrocks off to widely-hailed bands of Celtic and Alternative rock. Get ready for a day full of shenanigans where the beer flows strong and everyone is Irish for the day.

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  • Melodime and Radio Birds

    March 21 AT 7:00 PM - Gypsy Sally's

    NW,DC. Rock 'n roll bands Melodime and Radio Birds will be performing at Gypsy Sally's. Doors 7pm.

  • EOTO

    March 21 AT 10:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC. Steez Promo Presents…EOTO w/ ELM. Throbbing bass and thudding beats are the signatures of this project from drummers Michael Travis and Jason Hann. Born out of their shared love of electronic dance music, EOTO's M.O. is to take the free-wheeling party vibe of a DJ set to the next level by using organic instruments, innovative performance technology, and uncharted musical exploration. Live drums, guitars, and keys, and vocals are mixed, remixed, and sampled on the fly using cutting-edge programs. This is all done without a script, and without a net. Doors open at 10:00pm (late show). Tickets are only $20. #EOTO930

  • Bus Winery Tour

    March 22 AT 11:00 AM - Ballston Metro

    ARLINGTON, VA. This one's for the wine lovers in the 20s & 30s Going Out Group.They will meet at the Ballston Metro, and have their very own chauffeur taking them from vineyard to vineyard, and then back home again safely! Some of you may know that Virginia is considered the "NAPA Valley of the East" so let's experience Virginia's beautiful landscape. So far, they will be visiting Dry Mill Vineyards and Village Winery. Tickets are $55.

  • CineMatsuri

    March 22 AT 1:00 PM - E Street Cinema

    NW, DC. Learn more about Japanese history and culture as the Japan-America Society of Washington DC presents the first-ever Japanese film festival. CineMatsuri will screen five recent Japanese films, each in a different genre, that showcase the diversity and richness of Japanese filmmaking today. All films will be shown in Japanese, with English sub-titles.

  • Cochon 555

    March 22 AT 5:00 PM - Union Market

    NE, DC. Cochon 555, the country’s most talked about culinary competition returns to Washington, DC on March 22, 2015 to celebrate family farms, heritage breed pigs and today’s emerging chef community. Attendees of this one-of-a-kind culinary competition embark on a journey to the new hyper-local culinary landscape, one whole pig at a time. The tour is aligned with the modern-day good food movement — notable chefs, barrier-breaking women, artist-like butchers, spirited bartenders, top winemakers, brewers, distillers and brazen pastry talent working together to prepare an epic feast celebrating responsible family farming. Going on its seventh year, Cochon 555 is regarded as the nation’s most flavorful culinary event, from entry to exit, each bite is specially designed to win over the public. The weekend of gastronomy culminates Sunday in a must-do culinary experience featuring five chefs cooking five pigs in a friendly competition for a cause. This year’s competing chefs include Spike Mendelsohn of Bearnaise, Victor Albisu of Del Campo & Taco Bamba, Jeffrey Buben of Vidalia, Danny Lee of Mandu and Jonah Kim of Yona. The five chefs, champions of whole hog utilization, will prepare a maximum of six dishes with hopes to win votes from a crowd of hungry gourmands and celebrated judges.

  • The Girl Child Project

    March 22 AT 7:00 PM - Takoma Park Community Center

    Takoma Park, MD. Discussing the issues a girl faces from birth, at home, and out in the world, this will be presented through Modern Dance and Indian Classical Dance style.

  • Bell's Oberon Launch Party

    March 24 AT 6:00 PM - Penn Social

    Everyone's favorite summer seasonal is back! Help kick off the launch of Oberon at Penn Social in Washington, DC! They will have kegs of this wonderful Wheat Ale flowing all night to celebrate its return!

  • Nerds in NoMa: SpeakeasyDC Comes to NoMa

    March 24 AT 6:00 PM - Yoga NoMa

    NE,DC. ‘Nerds in NoMa’ is a free speaker series that lets you explore your favorite nerdy topics, from DC street art to food trucks to health technology. Bring your happy hour crowd for a few drinks and listen to some great yarns from SpeakeasyDC's professional storytellers. Free wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages will be served. Tasty light fare will be available for purchase.

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  • Roofers Union

    Greenhat Gin Dinner at Roofers Union

    March 24 AT 7:00 PM

    NW, DC 4 course dinner designed by Executive Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley to pair with four gin cocktails. The four gin cocktails will utilize their year-round, spring release, ginavit, and brand new navy strength gin

  • 2015 in 2015 Whiskey Celebration

    March 25 AT 6:00 PM - Jack Rose

    NW, DC. Jack Rose Dining Saloon is already known to hold the largest whiskey collection in the Western Hemisphere, but they've spent the last several months upping their game and their inventory, reaching the 2000-bottle mark this winter. To celebrate their unparalleled and award-winning whiskey collection, they will commemorate the 2015th bottle with a "2015 in 2015" celebration on Wednesday, March 25thfrom 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. featuring the unveiling of an exclusively-bottled Jack Rose/Willett bourbon, complimentary Whiskey Toast and chance to meet Willett's own master distiller Drew Kulsveen himself. The "2015 in 2015" celebration at Jack Rose is free and open to the public. All guests will receive a taste of this special 2015th whiskey during a "Whiskey Toast" that evening. Patrons can also enjoy a plethora of whiskey and cocktail specials throughout the night. For more information, please visit or call 202-588-7388.

  • Cherry Blossom Grand Sake Tasting

    March 26 AT 7:30 PM - Carnegie Library

    NW, DC Held in the historic Carnegie Library at Mount Vernon Square (801 K Street, NW), enjoy 20 master sake, beer and shochu brewers from Japan as they sample their craft in a taste-around setting. Included amongst those sampling at the event include bottles rarely served in the United States. Washington, DC-area Japanese restaurants are also on-hand with Japanese small bites to compliment the beverages being sampled. Periodically throughout the night, traditional Japanese performers entertain the crowd.

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    Young Professionals Night at Shakespeare Theatre

    March 27 AT 8:00 PM

    NW, DC Join Shakespeare Theatre at Sidney Harman Hall for a special Young Professionals happy hour after the showing of Man of La Mancha. The show starts at 8:00 and the post show happy hour at 10:00.

  • James Murphy

    March 27 AT 10:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC As a DJ, Murphy has toured the globe headlining clubs and festivals all over the world. His DJ mixes for the likes of DFA, Colette and YSL are renowned for their originality and verve. Tickets are $35.

  • Blossom Kite Festival

    March 28 AT 10:00 AM

    NW, DC The Blossom Kite Festival soars into spring and kicks off the kite flying season with five areas to explore and enjoy: the Competition & Demonstration Field, Family Field, Kite Club Display Area, Activity Tents, and Public Field. See the creativity of kite makers and skill of kite fliers from across the US and internationally through competitions and demonstrations – including the popular Hot Tricks Showdown and the Rokkaku Battle! Open kite flying is welcome on the Public Field. Bring your own kite, or children can make a kite to fly at an activity station (while supplies last).

  • Cherry Blossom Celebration

    March 28 AT 11:00 AM - Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Freer Gallery of Art

    SW, DC. Unleash your inner artist and discover the beauty of cherry blossoms in Japanese art during a painting party hosted by DC’s popular ArtJamz. Start with a guided tour in the Freer, and then create your own masterpiece in the Sackler’s ImaginAsia classroom accompanied by friends, drinks, and tunes.

  • Welcome to Nite Vale

    March 28 AT 6:30 PM - Lincoln Theatre

    NW, DC A live performance of the hit/cult podcast Welcome To Night Vale, starring Cecil Baldwin. Tickets are $30.