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May
1
Fri
Silver Spring/Takoma Park Seasonal Walk @ Safeway, Downtown Silver Spring
May 1 – Sep 30 all-day

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, D. C. There are 6km/10km trails along the Sligo Creek Trail and back to Downtown Silver Spring. 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.

May
30
Sat
Laugh Riot at Home-Live Standup Comedy Zoom Online Show @ Positano Italian Restaurant
May 30 – Sep 26 all-day
Laugh Riot at Home-Live Standup Comedy Zoom Online Show @ Positano Italian Restaurant

Laugh Riot at Home
Zoom Online version of Bethesda,MD “Laugh Riot at Positano” Saturday show
Live Standup Comedy Show
Featuring local DC-MD-VA comedians
Every Saturday Night(until we get back to real-life shows:-)
8pm to 9:30pm
$10 Tickets via PayPal
To Buy Tickets:http://StandupComedyToGo.com/See-A-Show/Positano-Saturdays/

Aug
11
Tue
Spirit Club Foundation and SPIRIT Club’s 1st Annual Virtual Race @ Race Anywhere with Spirit Club Foundation and SPIRIT Club
Aug 11 – Sep 26 all-day
Spirit Club Foundation and SPIRIT Club's 1st Annual Virtual Race @ Race Anywhere with Spirit Club Foundation and SPIRIT Club  |  |  |

Join Spirit Club Foundation and SPIRIT Club for our first annual VIRTUAL race! Move with us any time up until September 26, 2020. Funds raised support Spirit Club Foundation’s mission to empower people with disabilities to have greater access to exercise and fitness. Registrants will get a commemorative t-shirt.

The cost is $25 before 8/17, $30 after.

Sep
4
Fri
Glass Visions and Voices 2020 @ Popcorn Gallery, Glen Echo Park
Sep 4 @ 12:00 pm – Oct 4 @ 12:00 pm
Glass Visions and Voices 2020 @ Popcorn Gallery, Glen Echo Park |  |  |

Glen Echo Art Glass Center artists explore the many facets of glass in this exhibition of fine art glass. The exhibit Glass Visions and Voices 2020 reflects the endless possibilities of glass while echoing the artists’ personalities. The objects demonstrate the diversity of contemporary kiln-formed glass in form, texture, images, and abstractions with complex sculptures, wall hangings, and elegant vessels. For your health and safety, access to the exhibit will comply with CDC and local health guidelines due to COVID 19, which currently requires wearing face coverings in the gallery and a limit on the number of visitors at one time.

Sep
5
Sat
Friends of the Yellow Barn Studio Virtual Gallery’s Drawing & Water Media Art Exhibition @ Friends of the Yellow Barn Studio - Virtual Gallery @ Glen Echo, MD
Sep 5 – Dec 1 all-day
Friends of the Yellow Barn Studio Virtual Gallery's Drawing & Water Media Art Exhibition @ Friends of the Yellow Barn Studio - Virtual Gallery @ Glen Echo, MD |  |  |

Join us for a captivating, virtual Drawing & Water Media Art Exhibition opening online from Sept. 5 through Dec. 1 2020. Each Labor Day weekend the Friends of the Yellow Barn artist members and studio instructors exhibit their works at the Yellow Barn Gallery in Glen Echo Park, to express mark making and line quality in all styles of realism and abstraction. This year the Drawing show has expanded to include all water based media work, and will be held online on our new virtually gallery! The online show recognizes the importance of drawings skills and use of water based media in paintings. To view the show please visit our Friends website at: www.friendsoftheyellowbarnstudio.org

The media on exhibit includes: color pencil, charcoal, graphite, ink, watercolor, gouache, and mixed media. A People’s Choice prize award of $250 will be awarded to a member of the Friends, and to a Yellow Barn instructor. Viewers have a chance to vote for their favorite works online from Sept 5 through Oct.5th. The winners will be awarded and highlighted in the gallery show, through the close of the show.

For questions on the show and purchasing information on the artwork, please email Lee Ann Howdershell at: info@friendsoftheyellowbarnstudio.org

To join the Friends membership please visit: www.friendsoftheyellowbarnstudio.org/membership-registration

Sep
10
Thu
Suffrage Outside Exhibition @ Woodrow Wilson House
Sep 10 – Nov 1 all-day
Suffrage Outside Exhibition @ Woodrow Wilson House |  |  |

Mark the centennial of women’s right to vote as your walk among the inspiring, larger than life Suffrage images at the unique and extraordinary banner exhibition Suffrage Outside.

The exhibition is open to the public without charge, with timed entry for social distancing and includes towering images depicting the final chapters in the struggle for Women’s Suffrage.

As suffragists raised banners outside Wilson’s White House protesting the President’s inaction in 1918, we raise banners outside in the Wilson House garden a century later to amplify the many ways these women took action. Through visual storytelling this exhibit takes history outside our museum and showcases how women’s work outside the home, their public protests outside in the streets, alliances with activists outside the United States, as well as the work and leadership of Black women pushed outside the ‘mainstream’ middle-class white women’s movement, together propelled the American woman’s suffrage campaign to victory in 1920.

The “Suffrage Outside!” exhibit is part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “Where Women Made History” campaign, a significant, multi-year initiative recognizing the stories and protecting the historic places that showcase the vision, courage, and leadership of the generations of women who contributed to American history and culture.

Sep
15
Tue
Children’s Etiquette Online Intro Course – Free! (Ages 7-12) @ Online at your Home
Sep 15 – Dec 31 all-day
Children's Etiquette Online Intro Course - Free! (Ages 7-12) @ Online at your Home |  |  |

“Free manners lessons hosted by the founder of The Swann School of Protocol Elaine Swann.

In this course your child will learn the 3 Core Values. They will identify when to use them at home, at school, and when out and about. The link to the video will be sent in your registration confirmation. This is a pre-recorded class. We ask the younger students have a parent help them with the writing activities.”

Phillips Seafood Shipping – anywhere in the country @ Phillips Seafood
Sep 15 – Oct 31 all-day
Phillips Seafood Shipping - anywhere in the country @ Phillips Seafood |  |  |

Get fresh seafood delivered right to your door! No matter where you are in the US, now you can order some of Phillips’ classics like famous crab cakes, top quality crab meat or even our specialty sauces and spices to brighten up any home cooked meal. Our mission is to provide speedy delivery with next-day shipping to all orders placed Monday through Thursday by noon. Make cooking dinner at home and satisfying all members of the family easy with Phillips Seafood shipping services. To get more information on how to place an order, check out our website: https://shop.phillipsseafood.com/pages/seafood-shipping. For any special needs or requests, please feel free to contact us by phone at (410) 685-6600 or by email at sfaa@phillipsseafood.com.

Sep
16
Wed
Roots Georgetown Warehouse Sale @ Roots Georgetown
Sep 16 @ 4:00 pm – Sep 30 @ 8:00 pm
Roots Georgetown Warehouse Sale @ Roots Georgetown |  |  |

Check out the Roots Warehouse Sale in Georgetown! Up to 75% off all merchandise including apparel, shoes, accessories and more!

Sale is happening now through September 30th at the Roots Georgetown location at 3259 M St NW, Washington DC 20007

Store Hours:
Wednesday-Friday 4-8pm
Saturday 12-6pm.

Sep
21
Mon
K-Cinema at Home: Rampant (September 21 – 27) @ Korean Cultural Center DC
Sep 21 – Sep 27 all-day
K-Cinema at Home: Rampant (September 21 - 27) @ Korean Cultural Center DC  |  |  |

Prince Ganglim (Hyun Bin), renown for his skills in combat, returns home after a long captivity in Qing Dynasty China only to find his father’s kingdom overrun by “night demons” that are neither man nor beast, in this bloody-good mashup of a Joseon Dynasty Korea period film and a dark zombie thriller. Ganglim is hardly a moral leader, but is thrust into the role of defender for his king and his people. To make matters worse, the corrupt minister of war, Kim Ja-joon (Jang Dong-gun), plots to overthrow the king at his most vulnerable moment. Everything is on the line in this gruesome, rollicking adventure.

The 2018 zombie flick Rampant from director Kim Sung-hoon continued the Korean trend of creating a fresh twist on a familiar monster genre, thanks to a unique setting, A-list actors, and a top-of-the-line production budget.

This film is viewable online and at home for one week, from 12 a.m. Monday, September 21 until midnight on Sunday, September 27 (EST). Scroll down to RSVP and details will be emailed to you the day before the screening starts! In Korean with English subtitles; 121 Minutes.

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