11 things to do the weekend of july 14-16
At 10: 30 a. m. , the foreign minister\'s meeting opened ahead of schedule. m. ;
Children can appreciate the artist of the face and balloon;
Live accordion music, pantomime, signature cocktails and St for adults. Germain slushy-
Machines on the sidewalk terrace.
Chez Billy sud is having an extended happy time with ros é, and oysters on special and DJ Neville C play French tunes in 5 to 9 p. m.
Bird\'s roof party brought $5 roses and small plates, $8 cocktails and a free birthday cake for 7 p. m. to midnight.
The biggest party is at Bistrot du Coin and once the dinner is over, the table will be moved to make room for the dance floor.
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Starting at 11, the walkers, laser flashes overhead, and a lot of champagne. m.
Community display of Luce Unplugged at Smithsonian American Museum of Art: the Luce Center is in progress
The hour music series becomes fun with a double title escape-
Ism, a new project of vassal elegance of Ian Svenonius (Make-
Chain and Gang)
A quintet mixed with free jazz, electronic noise and spoken English --word poetry.
Port City Brewing offers free tasting while the cash bar sells a full setsize drinks. 6 to 8 p. m. Free.
Reggae Night in Del Campo at dusk: Did you see the view on the roof deck of Del Campo?
Do you know that there is a rooftop deck at the Penn area restaurant?
Happy Del Campo at dusk roof-
The hour series moved to the Caribbean for reggae nights, where DJ plays Jamaican music and chef Victor Albisu and his staff provide unlimited food. (
There are two options for drinks: Cash bar or $30 open-
Bar tickets, which are better value if you have cocktails. )6 to 9 p. m. $35; drinks extra.
On Saturday, July 15, Lotus and lotus festivals were held at kennesworth Park and waterside garden: Cherry blossoms are beautiful, but they are not the only flowers to celebrate. The week-
The long lotus and water lily festival in kennesworth park and water garden opens on Saturday with gardening workshops, Lotus-
Tea, dance shows, face paintings, and, of course, aquatic plants in full bloom.
With the garden tour, the festival lasts until July 22 (Sunday)
Children\'s Day every year (Tuesday)and after-
Work in the Marsh (Thursday). 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Free. D. C.
United market exclusive news: in the United market of milk worship, get a leading position on the National Ice Cream Day, ruby Spoon and Carmen\'s Italian ice cream is one of the food trucks and ice cream shops that compete at this local frozen food festival.
Large number of free samples
Participants want you to vote in the People\'s Choice Award for Best Ice Cream --and full-
The portion weight is for sale. 1 to 4 p. m. Free.
No king\'s collective anniversary neighborhood party: talented local design and event group \"No King\'s collective\" held a neighborhood party in the Leeds lot to mark its eighth anniversary, 14 Street northwest parking lot behind former Whitman-Walker Clinic. (
You may have seen the \"work Bar, Gurl\" mural on Instagram and Snapchat. )
Dj Jerome Baker III and Fleg offer beats and brass connectivity performances but want to focus on art installations, screen printing and pop musicup shop. 5 to 10 p. m. Free.
Taco, beer and tequila festival on the banks of the Capitol: a brand
Three of our favorite things: Tacos, tequila and craft beer.
Tortillas from 20 restaurants and food trucks such as Mariachis, Chaia and Rito Loco;
Sample craft beer from more than 40 breweries nearby (
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30 small samples-
Wholesale tequila and mescals.
Including five tortillas and unlimited beer;
$20 more for tequila. Noon to 3 p. m. or 6 to 9 p. m. $45-$75.
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Stephen and the incarnation of the Anglican Church: zines sounds unlikely (a. k. a. fanzines)
In this era of blogs, Snapchat, and tweetstorms, I may be returning to pop, but if vinyl and tape can restore cultural relevance, let\'s cross our fingers and hopefully the best.
More than 50 suppliers will sell a wide variety of zines they produce independently in St
Stephen and the incarnation of the bishop Church in the Columbia Heights.
Admission is free and open to all, but put things aside if you want to bring new reading materials home
Bring cash. 10 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Free.
The international Columbia festival, held on Sunday, July 16, at the RFK playground: singer Toto la Momo bohemian, who blends African, Caribbean and Colombian cultures, she won the headlines of her global acclaim for the celebration of Colombia\'s Independence Day.
The day-long celebrations include music, dance shows, children\'s games, and food and art vendors from cumbia to reggaeton. 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. $15.
The \"Space Odyssey\" of the National Museum of Aeronautics and Astronautics: a year before the first astronauts set foot on the moon, Stanley Kubrick released \"2001: Space Odyssey\" to explore space travel and alien life, and show visitors to the American base of kraviusS.
Government moon base
The Smithsonian theater screened 2001: Space rover as its Sci-
The Fi Sundays series, before the movie starts, ticketholders can walk through the museum\'s \"Apollo Moon Landing\" gallery to learn how \"2001\" shapes the view of outer space.
Snacks are provided when entering the venue;
Reception starts at 5: 50. m. ;
The film starts at 6: 50. $15.
Red Derby Tiki Party: the 16 th Street Highland bar brings the island spirit to the roof deck to support the safe housing alliance in the local non-profit area.
Taste summer specialty drinks, grilled pineapple and kebabs for the best shirts in limbo, hula hoop and Hawaii. 3 to 7 p. m. Free.
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