We are excited to share a new weekend picks post; the last one we published was in March! Washington, DC is officially in Phase 2 of reopening the city. You may see summer camps adjusting their original plans, playgrounds are now open and restaurants are adopting safeguards as they begin serving.
5:30pm – 6:30pm: My Gym Bethesda & Potomac Kid’s Night In
A special one-hour “evening” event where kids will spend time together on Zoom enjoying games, puppet shows, story time, and more with their favorite teachers. Perfect for ages 3 to 10 years (Younger or older siblings are welcome to participate). Members $10 per family, Non-Members – $15 per family.
8:30pm: Tino’s Pizzeria presents movie night on the patio
Tino’s is thrilled to invite all of you for an opportunity for some socially-distanced summer fun right on our front porch. Beginning this past Wednesday and again on FRIDAY (6/26) evenings, and continuing on Wednesday and Friday evenings after that, they will have chairs and tables set up on the patio between Tino’s and Uptown Cinema with a movie starting at 8:30pm. Grab a friend, some pizza, a fresh Tino’s cocktail, and sit back and relax.
8:30am-1:30pm: Dupont Circle Farmers Market faced backlash about the lack of diversity at the market and welcomed four new black vendors last weekend: Dodo Farms produce, organic Fight Juice, vegetarian/vegan foods vendor Sexy Vegie, and Cajun/Creole kitchen Puddin’.
18th Street in Adam’s Morgan will close traffic and is open to pedestrians and bikes this weekend and also will be open for dining, shopping and drinking.
International Spy Museum
National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden
DC’s Museum of the Bible
U.S. National Arboretum
The Carlyle House
The Lee-Fendall House Museum and Garden
George Washington’s Mount Vernon
The Cold War Museum
The Fauquier History Museum at the Old Jail
B&O Railroad Museum
The National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Hillwood Estate, Museum & Garden (open to the public on Saturday)
Saturday 1:00pm-4:00pm: Rosé All Day at The Yards
The unofficial kick-off to summer! This year, Rosé All Day has been reimagined—celebrating National Rosé Day Live on Instagram. They’ve got all the essentials for a rosé-filled party with your (literal) closest friends. Rosé All Day party kits will feature 1, 2, or 3 bottles of rosé from restaurants at The Yards and include a curated box of rosé-themed party starters. Every hour they’ll give away $100 gift cards live on Instagram for the most Insta-worthy and PINK party accents.
Sunday 11:00am-12:00pm: Groovin’ with CityDance
Join virtually for family fun day with CityDance POP!. Instructors will teach your family the dances from your children’s favorite movies and songs via Zoom. Get excited for a weekly family dance party in the comfort of your home! We will be Groovin’ as we learn iconic choreography from Hairspray’s, “You Can’t Stop The Beat.”
DC kids and teens under 18 have access to free meals at various DPR locations this summer
Bakers against racism raises over $1.6 million for racial justice