From donating clothing to a local shelter to preparing meals for families in need, whatever you can do for the community makes a difference, especially during the holidays. Here are some of the best places to give back.
If you don’t want to spend the Friday after Thanksgiving eating leftovers and watching holiday classics, here are a few options that are far more entertaining than standing in line for a flat screen television.
Whether you believe these sightings or not, here are the places that keep D.C. haunted.
Plan a family fun day at one of these Washington D.C. fall festivals.
A good laugh can change your mood, bring people together and burn calories. Like Chicago and New York, DC has some laugh-out-loud comedy clubs.
Here are a few seminars, lectures and workshops that may help you get on your way to the next level.
While you might not find Tiger Woods putting on these greens, you can enjoy a relaxing inexpensive day of nine holes at these courses.
Spend an afternoon or evening with your family at these venues that keep classical music alive in DC.
Consider taking classes at one of these places if you want to learn more about photography.
Here are some outdoor screenings, film festivals, movie premieres and other movie events in Washington DC you should put down on your calendar this summer.