Even though Halloween has past, there is still plenty to celebrate! Enjoy fun film festivals, pumpkin painting, and more.
WASHINGTON, DC EVENTS
1309 5th St. NE, DC
Time: Friday, Lot Opens 6-7:45pm; Film Runs 8-9:40pm
Cost: $10 per car
A classic tale of pure heart and tasty treats—watch right from your car. Grab a snack from the market, like gourmet gelato from Dolcezza, or sweet and savory Saison waffles!
Various locations in DC
Time: Friday-Sunday, Times Vary
Become an archaeologist for the day, learn to paint like Rene Magritte, or watch plays and sing songs from all over Europe! The Kids Euro Festival features performances and activities on a variety of educational platforms for children ages 4 and up; check out the website to choose your Euro adventure!
National Air and Space Museum
600 Independence Ave. SW, DC
Time: Saturday, 8:30pm-12am
Celebrate 17 years of space living! Open bar, IMAX screenings of artsy space movies, TED-style space talks, Smithsonian staff for Q&A, out of this world performers, artists, and games. Costumes/space attire encouraged!
Baltimore Humane Society Birthday Bash
1601 Nicodemus Rd., Reisterstown
Time: Saturday, 2-9pm
Bring out your furry friends and celebrate the 90th Anniversary of the Baltimore Humane Society! There will food, helicopter rides, an obstacle course, and more.
Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
1212 Cathedral St., Baltimore
Time: Saturday, 3-5pm
Enjoy the classic film, The Wizard of Oz, as a live orchestra plays all of your favorite songs from the movie!
Robinson Nature Center
6692 Cedar Ln., Columbia
Time: Sunday, 9:30am-12pm
Cost: $8 for children; $5 for adults
Keep Halloween going at this fun event! Get dressed up, paint pumpkins, and more.
9431 West St., Manassas
Time: Friday, 6-9pm
Downtown Manassas merchants are hosting local artists in order to celebrate art. Make sure to get your autograph book out as you have the opportunity to meet the artist in person. Refreshments and maps of the Gallery Walk will be provided.
Time: Friday, 7-10:00pm; Saturday,10am-6pm; Sunday, 2-4:00pm
The City of Fairfax Art Screen is a three-day film festival celebrating the arts. The programs will include interactive learning experience for the kids as well as experimental learning activities. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to make learning fun!
1101 N. Highland St., Arlington
Time: Saturday, 1-9:00pm
Cost: $20 by signing up online; $30 day of event
Halloween isn’t over until you’ve participated in Clarendon’s Halloween Crawl. Keep the costume out and experience the scariest time of the year in Arlington. All participants receive a souvenir haunted mug, access to Clarendon’s best bars, exclusive drink & food specials, free pictures of the event and a raffle entry to win great prizes.
CONCERTS, THEATRE, & SPORTING EVENTS AT A GLANCE
Contact your concierge for pricing and availability.
- Cabinet, 9:30 Club, Friday
- Ariel Pink, 9:30 Club, Sunday
- Pod Tours America, The Anthem, Friday
- Lovett or Leave It, The Anthem, Friday
- Griz, The Anthem, Saturday
- Brett Young, Ram’s Head Live, Friday
- Saved by the 90s with the Bayside Tigers, Saturday
- Veiled: A Masked Charity Event, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Friday
- Manassas Veteran’s Day Parade, Manassas Va, Saturday,
- Redskins VS Seahawks, Sunday
- Wizards VS Cavaliers, Friday
- Wizards VS Raptors, Sunday
MOVIES OPENING THIS WEEKEND
Duration: 130 minutes
Imprisoned, the mighty Thor finds himself in a lethal gladiatorial contest against the Hulk, his former ally. Thor must fight for survival and race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home and the Asgardian civilization.
Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett
A Bad Moms Christmas
Duration: 104 minutes
A Bad Moms Christmas follows our three under-appreciated and over-burdened women as they rebel against the challenges and expectations of the Super Bowl for moms: Christmas.
Starring: Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, Justin Hartley, Jay Hernandez