The Great Pink Pumpkin Fights Breast Cancer
We Will Survive Cancer assists families affected by cancer. Join them for the Great Pink Pumpkin Fights Breast Cancer event Friday, October 24, 2014 from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM.
Fashion. Art. Design. Georgetown, D.C.
“An all-day, into-the-night annual event celebrating the area’s creative culture. Expect in-store parties and promotions at more than 40 Georgetown retailers, street style photo shoots, art happenings, music, and more.”
Boo at the Zoo
“Boo at the Zoo is a Washington, DC favorite Halloween tradition. Children visit the National Zoo at dark and enjoy trick-or-treating, animal encounters, keeper talks, festive decorations, and haunted trails.” Hurry, tickets sell out fast!
Halloween at Carnegie Library
Looking for a fun place to party on Halloween? Try Halloween at Carnegie Library! October 31st, 9 p.m. – 1 a.m. This event will have 2 bands, 4 DJ’s and 4 party areas!
The Washington Craft Show
“The Washington Craft Show is proud to present 185 of the nation’s top contemporary craft artists in a premier showcase that is nationally recognized for presenting masterful work. The Washington Craft Show takes place annually at the state-of-the-art Walter E. Washington Convention Center located in the heart of Washington, DC.” This event is October 31st-November 2nd.
Five Great Places for Pumpkin Dishes
“If you’re looking for great pumpkin, don’t get all weird like Linus and hang out in a field all night. Instead, head to these five D.C. spots that are enhancing your autumn with delicious edible (and drinkable!) pumpkin creations.”
10 Delicious Dishes From Washington Food Trucks
Washington food trucks offer many tasty options for meatless meals, including Barbecued jackfruit from Randy Radish, Spinach-feta crepes from Choupi Crepes and Jerk “chick’n” wings with mac and cheese and kale from Woodland’s Vegan Bistro.
Did you know about any of these?
D.C. is filled with tons of history, but there are some things you may not know about it. Did you know there is a techicolor church or that there is a secret park named for an American hero?
Produce At Local Farmers’ Markets
With the Fall season comes the best produce like apples, carrots, sweet potatoes and squash. Where can you find these great produce items in D.C. and how do you cook them?