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 rosΓ©. 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.