Weekly Wanderings [05.08.17]

May 13th marks the annual Georgetown Garden Fair. Georgetown’s most intriguing gardens will be open for tour from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. This Garden Tour features a  wide variety of gardens, from spacious sweeping lawns and majestic trees to intimate outside rooms.

Feeling…pink? Head over to the newly opened Whaley’s to enjoy sunshine and rosé. It’s been getting rave reviews so far, and we’re excited to check it out.

The Green Festival is this weekend, from May 13th-14th! Centered at the D.C. convention center, but the event itself is all over D.C. For example, they’ll be free yoga sessions, talks on sustainability & green living, and over 200 exhibitors!

The Perversion of Form exhibit ends this weekend!  Perversion of Form explores the parallels between these artists’ adversarial attraction to traditional forms of art-making. 5 different artists are involved.

The National Postal Museum is hosting Wine & Design. This once-monthly event is happening this Thursday. Kick back after a hard day of work with complimentary wine or beer and leave with a unique mail-related product. Bonus: Every month, a free ticket is raffled for the following program. Tickets are only $11.50!

Interested in picking up some contemporary art? The Bethesda Fine Arts Fair is this weekend, May 13th-14th. Over 130 contemporary artists will be selling their original fine art and fine crafts.