Events

Sunday, December 19

AFI European Union Film Showcase

The AFI European Union Film Showcase continues its annual tradition of bringing the best in European cinema to Washington, DC-area audiences during the...

Art Exhibit: Conversations With Myself: Rula Jones

Rula Jones: Conversations with Myself November 13-December 23 A solo exhibit of over thirty mixed media works on paper. This series of work is highly...

Art Exhibit: Douglas Moulden: Toward an Unknown Destination

November 13- December 23: A solo exhibit of large paintings on wood exploring sylvan landscapes. Texture and surface as well as shaped “canvas” lend...

Butler's Holiday Harvest Days

Farmers Porch Food Campfires Giant Slides Animals Playground 5 acres of wide open space Hand washing & sanitizing stations Available to all...

Fine Arts & Crafts Holiday Gift Show

Ditch the big-box stores and do your holiday shopping locally this year! The annual Fine Arts & Crafts Holiday Gift Show features one-of-a-kind pieces...

Sounds of the Season at rio

rio is here to get you into the holiday spirit with fun for the whole family! Enjoy strolling carolers and performances by local student groups every weekend...

Tastemakers Trail: Self-Guided Craft Beverage Tour

Montgomery County Tastemakers are brewing, fermenting, distilling and roasting some of the best local libations in the state of Maryland! Spend the day...

Walk This Way Art Experience

Slow down and connect with the natural elements surrounding the Kingsley Trail through play, observation, and appreciation with this newly-installed art...

Old Town Holiday Brass

A small brass & reed ensemble featuring young musicians from House of Musical Traditions & Lowell School playing Holiday Classics under the Gazebo on Carroll...

Brunch with Santa Claus at Pinstripes at Pike & Rose

Snap a picture with Santa while enjoying your favorite brunch menu items at Pinstripes. Kids will also enjoy the Reindeer Waffle. Saturday Brunch includes...

Takoma Park Farmers Market Logo

Join us every Sunday on Laurel Avenue (temporary Covid location – enter 6931 Laurel Ave) in lovely historic, Takoma Park. You’ll find the freshest local,...

Fine Arts & Crafts Holiday Gift Show

Bypass the big-box stores and do your holiday shopping locally. The annual Fine Arts & Crafts Holiday Gift Show features one-of-a-kind items including...

Glen Echo Pottery Gallery Reopens

Glen Echo Pottery Gallery will reopen to the public on September 4 and stay open through December 19, 2021. The Gallery will be open Saturdays and Sundays...

WondeRoom: Winter Tree Silhouettes

Free for members; $5 for non-members Create a beautiful landscape of silhouetted winter trees. With thoughts of a sparkly, snowy winter forest in mind,...

Yoga Nidra for Inner Calm and Clarity

With the disruption that currently surrounds us, it’s easy to feel stressed and overwhelmed. Yoga Nidra, a guided meditative practice, can help you find a...

12pm
Virtual Event
Corduroy

We all need a friend, and Lisa is instantly drawn to the perfectly imperfect teddy bear on display at the department store. If only she can convince her...

A homegrown celebration of the Winter Solstice.

For our 39th annual Christmas Revels, travel back to December 1870 and the elegant DC parlor of Senator Hiram Rhodes Revels, the first African American to...

Zinnia Holiday Pop Up Market

Visit our local artisans craft market for your holiday gift-giving, s'mores making kits, ornament decorating for the kids, warm beverages, and tons of...

A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas

It wouldn't be the holidays without Olney's favorite Christmas tradition. Paul Morella’s captivating solo performance of the Dickens classic keeps audiences...

Garden of Lights

Brookside Gardens will be transformed into a magical winter wonderland for the 23rd year of Garden of Lights. Walk through the outdoor twinkling lights and...

A homegrown celebration of the Winter Solstice.

For our 39th annual Christmas Revels, travel back to December 1870 and the elegant DC parlor of Senator Hiram Rhodes Revels, the first African American to...

Sunday, December 19