Weekly Wanderings [09.04.17]

This Week…

What’s happening in the District this week!

  • September has arrived in full force! One day of fall and were back to the summer weather (no complaints here when its 75 degrees, breezy, and sunny.
  • The Daily Show host, Trevor Noah will be performing at the Kennedy Center as part of his “Afraid of the Dark” tour for two days only, September 9th and September 10th. He will perform a total of four shows with tickets ranging from $55-$125.
  • Please note Vinofest was cancelled
  • Adams Morgan Day will be happening on September 10th which marks the 39th year of it taking place. Attendance is free but a $10 donation will get you a ton of deals and steals at participating restaurants (including Mellow Mushroom and Pleasant Pops). There will be activities, food, music, restaurant deals, etc.
  • The season opener for the Washington Redskins who will be playing the Philadelphia Eagles is this Sunday, September 10th.
  • The Maryland Renaissance Fair began this week and runs until October 22nd. If you fancy yourself a turkey leg (who doesn’t?!) and some good ole fashion fun, check it out.
  • The Maryland Seafood Festival is taking place from September 10th-September 11th. While not technically DC, we know Annapolis is a hot spot for weekend adventures. Admission is $15.
  • Looking forward to: H Street Festival on September 16th.

Closing Soon…

Check out these events before they’re gone!

  • ‘Revival’ at the National Museum of Women in the Arts is ending on September 10th.

News around the District…

Some buzz we think you might want to know about!

  • Although this is not technically DC news…Kate Middleton and Prince William announced they are expecting a third child!
  • Just in case you haven’t gotten your fill of the Solar Eclipse, the Washington Post released a timelapse of the entire event. You can find it here. The metro, local Safeway, gym, etc. are all places we overhear the most absurd conversations (and advice) so the DCist compiled this weeks best of, check it out (it’s funny).
  • A bunch of restaurants in DC are finding creative ways to contribute to the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. A list of participating places can be found here.