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Heritage Days 2018
06/23/2018 to 06/24/201812535 Milestone Manor Lane, Germantown, MD 20876
Celebrate the 21st Heritage Days at 40 museums, parks, and historic sites throughout Montgomery County open from noon to 4pm each day. FREE family-friendly activities for all ages: live music; children’s games & crafts; exhibits, tours & demonstrations. Pack a picnic and plan a day exploring sites by theme (Rivers, Road & Rails; Crossroads & Culture: African American & Quaker Heritage; the Agricultural Reserve; and Heritage Gems) or plan to visit several nearby sites, many of which are coordinating their programs. Visit www.HeritageMontgomery.org for locations and details.
Columbia Pike Movie Nights: O Brother, Where Art Thou?
06/23/2018 to 06/23/20182503 Columbia Pike, Arlington, VA 22204
The Music of the Movies: Oscar Scores & Classic Musicals at Penrose Square. June 23 - O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000-PG-13). Enjoy a musically marvelous movie every Saturday Night just after sunset. In case of inclement weather, please check our Facebook or Twitter pages to find out about possible cancellation. We make that call typically by 3:00 p.m. Learn more at http://columbia-pike.org/event/o-brother-where-art-thou/
David Engel: Wizard Academy!
06/23/2018 to 06/23/20181551 Trap Road, Vienna, VA 22182
Presto hilarioso! Take a trip to the Hogwarts Academy, where children will learn the secrets of their innermost powers, and live a mystical day-in-the-life of a Wizard in Training! $12. https://www.wolftrap.org/tickets/calendar/performance/18ctitw/0623show18.aspx
The National Golf Tournament
06/27/2018 to 07/01/201810000 Oaklyn Drive, Potomac, MD 20854
Every summer moments are made at The National. Join tournament host Tiger Woods, defending champion Kyle Stanley, 2016 champion and Annapolis, Md. resident Billy Hurley III and the PGA TOUR’s stars at D.C.’s PGA TOUR event. Live in the moment and experience the unforgettable action inside and outside the ropes as The National returns to TPC Potomac June 27 – July 1, 2018. Share these moments with friends and family while taking advantage of fun public destinations such as The Yard, Grey Goose 19th Hole and Family Village. All ticket options – including competition round grounds tickets (valid any one day), the Independence Pavilion on 16 green, Trophy Club and cabanas on 17 tee and Capital Club, an all-inclusive option on 18 green – are available at NationalGolfTournament.com/tickets. Kids 15 and younger are free with a ticketed adult. Information on volunteer opportunities is available at NationalGolfTournament.com/volunteer. Spectator parking is located at Rock Springs Parking Lot (6720 Rockledge Drive, Bethesda, MD 20817). Complimentary shuttles will run between the parking lot and the main entrance of the tournament at TPC Potomac. A limited number of premium on-site parking is available for purchase. Follow The National on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @TheNationalDC.
10th Annual Home Runs for Horton’s Kids
06/27/2018 to 06/27/20181500 S Capitol St. SE, Washington, DC 20003
Horton's Kids, a nonprofit that empowers children living in one of Washington, D.C.'s most under-resourced neighborhoods to graduate from high school ready for success, is hosting its 10th Annual Home Runs for Horton's Kids at Nationals Park on Wednesday, June 27. The annual event provides a variety of family-fun activities, including a chance to bat from home plate and play catch in the outfield at Nationals Park, races with Nationals' mascot President Teddy, a fast-pitch competition in the bullpen, kids' activities, carnival games, and stadium fare buffet with open bar. Individual tickets are on sale for $250 and admission is FREE for children under 14. Event sponsorships are also still available. For more information on purchasing tickets and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.HortonsKids.org/HomeRuns/.
Dragonfly The Poetry Reading
06/27/2018 to 06/27/2018HopeWorks of Howard County, 9770 Patuxent Woods Dr, Ste 100, Columbia, MD 21046
Please join us for Dragonfly The Poetry Reading, as we celebrate the publishing of the 2018 Dragonfly Arts Magazine. This free event will feature local poets’ work, offering reflections on life, love, trauma, justice, renewal, and hope. The evening provides a dynamic opportunity to experience the power of words and the vital role that the arts provide in promoting healing, awareness, and change. This event is free but RSVP is requested. To RSVP and for more information, visit