Now is the perfect time to get out and explore suburbia…
Halloween is over, which means many DC suburbs are turning their attention to fall festivities and—believe it or not—the upcoming holiday season. Translation: whether you’re looking for a quiet weekend after the trick-or-treating excitement has worn down or want action-packed family fun, you’ll find it here…
Celebrate Bulgarian culture at the KID Museum from 10am-5pm on Sunday. Admission is $12 for 1 child and 2 adults, and includes a community art project, cultural crafts, performances and cuisine like kyufteta.
Visit a Swedish Bazaar from 11am-2:30pm at St. James’ Episcopal Church on Saturday to sample Swedish cuisine, a smorgasbord lunch and shop the Swedish market.
Arlington Arts Center’s Dia de los Muertos festival is 5pm-8pm on Saturday. Stop by to enjoy live mariachi music, dance performances, local food trucks and Mexican delicacies.
Great Falls, VA
Try a family yoga session from 11am-12pm on Sunday at 10250 Akhtamar Dr., followed by organic refreshments. Donations are appreciated, but the class is free.
Meet the Georgetown Fountain at 3pm for a kid-friendly ruck session with DMV GRT. Kids should bring a backpack, costume and list of allergens.
Alexandria’s Country Market Fall Fair is 10am-3pm on Saturday, featuring a fun-filled day with photo ops, a petting zoo, BBQ and kids’ games and activities.
Silver Spring, MD
Celebrate Dia de los Muertos at General Getty Neighborhood Park from 2pm-4:30pm on Saturday. Families will enjoy face painting, games and a mariachi band.
Visit 4001 Barker Court for Fairfax’s Fall Fest Community Day from 10am-2pm on Saturday. There will be live music, entertainment, crafts, food, a photo booth and more.
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