Want to get out of the house on Saturday, January 30th for a glass of bubbly, a free manicure, hair braiding, treats, skin care love & shopping?
Join me and other style bloggers at Reddz Trading in Bethesda from 12 - 3 p.m.
After being stuck inside with my family for days and days due to Jonas, I can really use a day of pampering, and I know you can, too. This Saturday Reddz Trading in Bethesda presents Shopping & Champagne. Myself and other bloggers Spicy Candy DC, Guest of a Guest Read more...
UPDATE: Event was canceled due to incoming storm.
Your Last Chance to Play at PopUp Play Zone Before They Close for the Season!
After being snowed in tomorrow during the day, head to PopUp Play Zone from 6-9pm for a fabulous family bounce night!
The February 21st Saturday Night Bounce & Play Party at PopUp Play Zone is happening, no matter the weather. Get the kids out of the house for some cozy, crazy indoor play!
Enjoy the best family night out in the DC area at the PopUp Play Zone Read more...
Have you ever attended a car show? This one will be my first. I am attending the Washington, DC Auto Show as a guest of Chevrolet, and I hope you will join me, too!
10 Reasons to Attend the Washington, DC Auto Show
10. It is happening during the dreariest days of Washington weather, Friday, January 23 - Sunday, February 1. Rather than battle cold winds, you can enjoy the warm, welcoming auto and tech-filled glory of the Washington Convention Center.
9. You can SpongeBob Squarepants and Patrick and Read more...
I know many of us have been spending a good deal of time in our PJs, what with all of the crazy snowed-in days. So why not wear them out of the house with your daughters on Saturday night for a great cause?
Tigerlily Foundation Pajama Glam Party
Saturday, March 8, 2014
4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
DC Convention Center
900 10th Street, NW Washington, DC
The Tigerlily Foundation presents its annual Pajama Glam Party, a sparkling, all-ages fun event that invites women and girls Read more...
BOLD. PROVOCATIVE. DYNAMIC.
February 21 - March 8
The Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival from February 21 - March 8, 2014 is a unique all-arts festival which brings together more than 100 performing groups over eight days to offer intersections of music, theatre, dance, film, opera and spoken word.
I have culled from the INTERSECTIONS website and press release the information about Celebrate Family performances and Family Saturdays events for families and children. To see the full Read more...
Although Thursday's Disney On Ice shows at the Verizon Center had to be canceled due to the snowstorm (full refunds or exchanges were granted to Thursday ticket holders), the Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday shows are ON! This is a fab, and very apropos way to find some indoor family fun during this snowy weekend.
You will see 65 of Disney's most unforgettable characters from 18 beloved stories. Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald Duck, the beloved Disney Princesses and other favorites including Read more...
WINTERFEST CHILDREN'S CARNIVAL
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH
Learning Center for Young Children, 10123 Connecticut Avenue, Kensington
Escape the cold with your kids at the Winterfest Children's Carnival in Kensington. Hosted by The Learning Center for Young Children (LCYC). This event is geared towards families with children in preschool and elementary school.
Acclaimed local entertainer Frank Cassel, "The Banjo Man,” will play his blend of folk, bluegrass and children's music. Read more...
I used to see the television promotions for Disney On Ice when I was a little kid back in the early eighties. I thought the show looked so beautiful as I watched the commercials. But although my parents were great about taking us kids to lots of shows and amusements, we never got around to seeing those Disney characters on ice skates live and in person.
So while I claim that I now attend Disney on Ice to entertain and delight my own children, often the kid in our family who is most Read more...
Currently on the syllabus at the Adventure Theatre MTC? Miss Nelson in Missing, a musical adaptation of the book beloved by kids (and substitute teachers.)
Room 207 is terrible. Awful. Their behavior frankly stinks. And they have the nicest, most patient teacher, Miss Nelson. Watch what happens when Miss Nelson goes missing and witchy substitute Viola Swamp takes over the class.
Parents and children alike will love the humor, the catchy songs, and the Adventure Theatre’s patented style Read more...