DC Local Events. Hello World! Happy Friday to you. Oh Sweet Summer. Where did it go? Many Kids have gone back to school. I know some parents are very happy for that. Maybe that explains why I don't hear too much noise in the neighborhood this week. Or see some teenagers walking around with their pants half off their ------. (You get the picture). And am I ready for the Fall Season? I don't know. But one thing I do know is today is Day 2 of the Localism Blog Challenge.
First I would like to give a shout out to my sister aka "Queen of Mortgages" aka "Former Washington Mystics Point Guard" aka "Woodbridge Mortgage Lender" aka"The Outside of the box lender" aka "My Accountabilty Partner". I am talking about Mrs.Markita Aldridge-Woods. She had to remind me to please get my blog in on time unlike yesterday when I posted my blog at 11:59pm. Thank you for the reminder. Time Management and organizing is something that I am still working on-PRAY FOR ME.
As usual THE REAL ESTATE FARMER is always bringing you the latest DC Local Events. Besides where else would you go? Exactly. Hopefully you will find something to do this weekend on here.
Back to School Summer Camp. This should be the last pool party of the summer featuring DJ Dredd. This party will feature pool games,grilling and a ping-pong tournament. This event will be held at the Capitol Skyline Hotel on 10 I St SW Washington DC. Price: $15. Call 202-488-7500 for more information.
Black Cat is celebrating its Anniversary. One of Washington DC's premier Clubs/Night Spots will be celebrating its 18th Anniversary. This club has been responsible for launching the career of a lot of DC Local artists. Black Cat is located at 1811 14th St NW Washington DC.
Pianist Mose Allison will be playing the piano at the Blues Alley on 1073 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington DC. Price: $25. Call 202-337-4141 for more information.
Evolution of Gospel will be at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall on 2700 F St NW at 6:30pm.
Grazia Toderi will have an exhibit at the Hirshorn Museum and Sculpture Garden Smithsonian Institution on Independence Avenue at Seventh Street SW Washington DC. Call 202-633-1000 for more information.
Architectural artist Adam Reed Tucker recreates landmarks using Legos, including the Empire State Building. The Empire State Building? What can I say some people just can't let go of the legos:-). This exhibit will be held at the National Building Museum on 401 F St. NW Washington, DC. $8; $5 for ages 3 through 17, students with ID and seniors; free for children 2 and younger and active-duty military
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