Immerse yourself in the music, rhythms, patterns and pure joy of Egyptian belly dance! Learn shimmies, belly rolls, undulations, isolations and more as your body gets stronger, toned and more limber. Belly dance is an amazing workout, great fun and absolutely mesmerizing! Classes for Beginners, Intermediates, Advanced and Troupe choreography.
Summer is quickly approaching – stop into your local neighborhood beauty store Bluemercury for all the essentials you need to refresh your summer beauty regimen! On May 13th, Bluemercury will launch their Ready. Set. Summer. program in stores nationwide and online!
Bluemercury Beauty Experts will be standing by to educate customers on how they can incorporate the latest and greatest SPF, bronzers, and self-tanning products into their skincare and makeup routines to achieve their best glow, all while protecting their skin! Customers will also receive the opportunity to test out complimentary deluxe sized samples of new sunscreens and self-tanners when they shop these top brands:
• La Roche-Posay / Sample: Ultra-Light Sunscreen fluid SPF 60 3ml
• Soleil Toujours / Sample: Mineral Sunscreen 10 ml
• Supergoop! / Sample: Everyday Sunscreen 10ml
• James Read /Sample: Sleep Mask Tan
Ready. Set. Summer will be a destination for customers to learn how to incorporate summer beauty from bronzers and self-tanners to SPFs and travel-must haves into their skincare and makeup routines to look and feel their best all summer long!
The 5km/10km Silver Spring Trails, rated 2A, are on sidewalks through downtown Silver Spring’s retail area and residential areas. The 6km/10km Takoma Park trails, rated 2A, are on sidewalks through the south end of Silver Spring and into Historic Takoma Park. The 10km has one steep hill and includes the border crossing into Washington, DC. There are 6km/10km trails along Sligo Creek Trail and back to Downtown Silver Spring. Create additional distance by combining individual loops. It is suitable for strollers and for wheelchairs.
Restrooms are available in Safeway, Whole Foods and other places noted in the walking instructions. Pets are allowed but must be leashed at all times during the walk; you must clean up after them. Pets are not allowed in the shops or other buildings unless otherwise noted.
Our science, robotics and engineering summer camp is so fun, kids have no idea how much they’re learning!
Did your children come last year and love it? Sign them up again since this summer we’ll be offering awesome NEW projects!
Our youngest campers, rising grades K-1, will have their own Lego Building and Engineering classes where they will also explore physics as they learn how to design simple machines. We will also be exploring the world around us in Nature Science. Children will learn about butterflies, bees, and animals. In our Intro to Video Game Programming class, campers will create their own simple video game programs using Scratch on iPads. We also have an all-new set of Invention Lab projects where campers will experiment and tinker to their hearts’ content!
Rising grades 2-3 will be building and programming Bluetooth-controlled Lego robots using iPads and Wedo 2.0. We will also be creating video games using MIT’s Scratch programming.
Our 4th-6th-grade campers will be designing and programming robots that can navigate mazes and battle each other using Mindstorms. 4th-6th-grade campers will also learn how to design their own 3D objects and get a chance to print them out.
This summer we’ll be bringing back our Invention Lab with a variety of fantastic projects that float, fly and glow. In Young Engineers, we will be building an array of structures from geodesic domes to catapults.
The Glen Echo Park Partnership is pleased to present “Escape from Between the Lines,” featuring paintings by Jeanne McManus and Sara Maddox. McManus and Maddox have escaped the narrow, black-and-white lines of professional editing and writing to find a world of color, concept, and experimentation. Once unburdened from their career obligations, they each found a world of freedom – one that also requires skill and dedication – but a more liberating one that the written word simply could not provide. In their paintings, they crack open the visible world and rearrange its parts in new forms and colors, often seeing human forms and stories emerge as they apply paint to canvas.
The Glen Echo Park Partnership presents “10 Years of SilverWorks: Looking Back and Forward Looking” by SilverWorks Resident Artist Blair Anderson. This exhibition displays a new collection of the silversmith’s works as well as a retrospective of the last nine collections, featuring a piece or photo from each. Anderson’s latest collection is a riff on her last 30 years of work. More than just wearable art, Anderson infuses her work with meaning. Each piece telling a story, making a connection to the potential wearer. Using relics, unconventional materials, as well as beautiful gemstones from around the world, this collection digs deep at the human condition, pokes fun at politicians, tackles social justice and honors science fiction all in beautiful adornments. In addition to student work, the exhibition will feature this year’s Exnihilo Residency Winner Noha Nader. Anderson first opened her studio in November 2009 with just three students in her Silver Saturday workshop. This year – ten years later – SilverWorks will have offered over 100 classes and workshops with a team of 10 instructors.
Art Walk & Opening Reception:
Friday, July 5, 6 pm – 9 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 11 am – 6 pm
The Maryland Federation of Art presents Off the Wall at Waverly Street Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland.
This exhibition will feature three-dimensional, free-standing artworks created by twenty seven artists from across the United States.
The juror of this exhibition is Foon Sham, Professor of Art at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Wednesday through Sunday, 12noon – 6pm
Visit our downtown DC pop-up book sale on Wilson Plaza on July 18 from 10:00 AM- 6:00 PM! Browse over 12,000 gently used books, CDs, and DVDs, all on sale for under 6$. Books are provided by Carpe Librum, a used, donation-based bookstore benefiting the DC nonprofit Turning the Page.
There’s something for everyone at this sale: children’s books, teen reads, brand-new bestsellers in amazing condition, classic vintage hardbacks, and more!
Come see Dumbarton House in a whole new light. As we celebrate the works of Jane Austen with our annual Jane Austen Film Festival, we invite you to enjoy a Jane Austen Garden Party featuring period lawn games and Austen inspired crafts. This happy hour includes a cash bar, light refreshments by Geppetto Catering, free museum admission, and the music of the local string trio, Toccata Players. As part of our celebration of the great British author, the museum will feature a rarely-displayed 18th century, British redcoat. Bring friends, family, co-workers and neighbors to experience the ambiance of Dumbarton at dusk!
Squash On Fire invites you on a trivia adventure! Make your way Around the World in 100 Questions this week at the newest destination in DC for themed trivia.
Travel across the many genres of trivia with questions about geography, music and culture (obscure flag questions are on the table, too — you’ve been warned!). Unwind at the perfect happy hour hotspot with food, drinks, and fun with family and friends, with the chance to win awesome prizes like free rounds of drinks and free fitness sessions. No team? No problem, we can set you up with one! Email email@example.com with your team name or if you would like to be added to a team.