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June 20 – August 12 The Phantom of the Opera

Kennedy Center Opera House

Running Time: 2 hrs. 40 min.

Tickets: $37.00 - $95.00

http://www.kennedy-center.org/calendar/?fuseaction=showEvent&future=true&event=THTSH

 

June 27 – July 1 & July 4 – 8 41st Annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival on the National Mall

Open daily 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Evening events 6 p.m.

http://www.folklife.si.edu/festival/2007/index.html

 

July 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 Frederick Summer Concert Series

Sunday evenings at 7 pm at the Baker Park Bandshell, 121 North Bentz Street, Frederick.

http://www.cityoffrederick.com/departments/SpecialEvents/concert.htm

July 2 Hall and Oates

8:00 pm Music Center at Strathmore

http://www.strathmore.org/eventstickets/calendar/view.asp?id=2897

July 2 The Great Frederick Float

4 – 10 pm Carroll Creek Linear Park

Begin your Independence Day early with The Great Frederick Float. Enjoy children's activities, music, dancing, a beer garden, and A BOAT PARADE/CONTEST!! Prizes to be awarded! Individuals, organizations, companies, or families can enter a non-motorized boat into the contest. Decorate your boat in Red, White, and Blue and compete with your friends, neighbors, and the Downtown Frederick community! Entry deadline is June 30, 2007. Great fun for all!

http://www.downtownfrederick.org/play/GreatFrederickFloat.htm

July 4 An American Celebration at Mount Vernon

8 am – 5 pm

Mount Vernon invites visitors to the home of the First American Hero for a day-long celebration of Independence Day. The event includes patriotic music, a reading of the Declaration of Independence, a special concert performance, and FREE Happy Birthday, America! Cake (while supplies last). Visitors can also meet "George and Martha Washington" on the estate!

http://www.mountvernon.org/calendar/index.cfm/fuseaction/event/calID/69/

 

July 4 Frederick’s 4th

12:00 Noon to Nightfall

Come celebrate the largest Independence Day Celebration in Frederick County! Festivities begin at Noon with opening ceremonies at the Baker Park Bandshell. Performing on the Main Stage is classic rock legend Blue Oyster Cult and don’t miss the Country Stage highlighting an up-and-coming country star! This year’s event features tons of activities and live performances for the kids, a volleyball tournament, chili cook-off, best patriotic pageant, fabulous food and much more! The all-day event concludes with a spectacular fireworks display at dusk.

http://www.cityoffrederick.com/departments/SpecialEvents/july.htm

 

July 4 Free Fishing Days in Maryland

Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces Free Fishing Days. No license is required to fish in any of Maryland's freshwaters on these days.

(301) 387-7314

http://www.dnr.state.md.us/fisheries/recreational/freefi.html

 

July 5

First Thursday in Del Ray

6 – 9 pm

Mount Vernon Avenue, Alexandria, VA 22301
Free family-oriented street festival.

703-683-2570

http://www.pwba.org/

 

July 6 – September 6
Totally Awesome: Films of the 1980s

http://www.afi.com/silver/new/nowplaying/2007/v4i4/ta80s.aspx

July 6, 13 & 20 Smithsonian Jazz Café & IMAX

6 – 10 pm National History Museum

July 6: Chad Carter's Jazz Emissaries

Exciting young jazz vocalist Chad Carter and his swinging band return to the SJC.

July 13: The Frederic Yonnet Group

Jazz harmonica virtuoso

July 20: Supernova

featuring Nasar Abadey, drums, with Joe Ford, sax, Gary Thomas, sax, James King, bass & Allyn Johnson, piano. Special appearance by all-star ensemble.

http://www.mnh.si.edu/jazz/

July 6 Star-Spangled Special Fireworks Train

8:30 pm Walkersville Southern Railroad, 34 W. Pennsylvania Ave., Walkersville

Visit the carnival in town, have diner at the fire hall, then take a train ride for a view of the fireworks you won't forget! Train leaves at 8:30 pm. Bring a flashlight and a blanket.

(301)898-0899

http://www.wsrr.org/events.htm

July 7

Carnival of the Bizzarre @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse
Featuring the Cheeky Monkey Sideshow

11:55 pm ($10.00)

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/?page=event&eid=373

July 7, 14, 21 & 28 SummerFest Family Theater

July 7 Milkshake Music

July 14 DinoRock presents Dinosaurs Forever! Musical Theatre

July 21 Bob Brown Puppets present World on a String Puppets

July 28 24/7 Dance Studio Showcase Dance

http://www.cityoffrederick.com/departments/SpecialEvents/summerfest.htm

July 7 First Saturday Gallery Walk - Community Kites

5 – 9 pm

Come fly a kite with Downtown Frederick.Kites decorated by your favorite nonprofit or community groups will hang in Downtown representing these groups hopes, dreams, or achievements. See kites flying high at the new Carroll Creek Linear Park. Downtown Frederick may even receive a special visit from Mary Poppins herself!Enjoy extended shopping hours at over 70 fine locally owned and operated specialty stores, guest artists, live entertainment and more!

http://www.downtownfrederick.org/play/fisrt_sat.htm

July 7, 14, 21 & 28 Sounds of Summer

Hours: 6-9:30pm Tarara Winery, 13648 Tarara Lane, Leesburg, VA

Description: The Sounds of Summer Concert Series boats Saturday evenings full of music performed by legendary musicians, award-winning wine and good food…all under the stars. Tucked in the woods on Tarara's 475 acres, the concert stage hangs (suspended) next to Shadow Lake and creates the perfect venue for summer jazz, blues, 80s, 90s and contemporary pop hits. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy gourmet sandwiches, salads and desserts provided by European Gourmet…or feel free to bring your own picnic.

(703)771-7100

http://www.tarara.com/

July 9 Rocknoceros, Music for Kids

10:30 am Gaithersburg City Hall Pavillion

Rocknoceros interacts with a crowd of children and adults alike. They get kids to boogie and just have some plain old fun. They offer a mix of original songs that teach kids counting and colors and mix it up with classics like the “ABC Song” or boomer favorite, “Yellow Submarine.”

http://www.gaithersburgmd.gov/poi/default.asp?POI_ID=1264&TOC=107;84;99;1264

 

July 9, 16, 23 & 30

Summer Theater @ Reagan Building

6:40 pm Monday Nights

7/9 – Adams Rib; 7/16 – The Rainmaker; 7/23 – Suddenly, Last Summer; 7/30 – Long Day’s Journey Into Night.

Free

http://www.nationaltheatre.org/cinema/cinema.htm

July 9 – 14 D.C. Hip-Hop Theater Festival

http://www.hiphoptheaterfest.com/

July 12 Torpedo Factory - Second Thursday Art Night

6 – 9 pm

Featuring First Floor Studios

Browse open studios, interact with the artists, and enjoy refreshments. The event is free and open to the public.

http://www.torpedofactory.com/

July 13 – 14 NSO at Carter Barron

7:30 pm Carter Barron Amphitheatre,16th Street and Colorado Avenue NW, Washington, DC

Free

http://www.nps.gov/rocr/planyourvisit/cbarronschedule.htm

http://www.kennedy-center.org/nso/calendar/index.cfm?fuseaction=showEvent&event=ZHNCB

July 13 Midnight Movie Madness: Harold and Maude

12:00 Midnight Cultural Arts Center of Frederick County.
$3 per person.

http://www.frederickartscouncil.org/events_fr.htm

July 13 – 14 Celebrate Damascus

Starting Friday, July 13th at 7pm, the Community Parade will kick things off by traveling down route 27 to Lewis drive and ending up at the Damascus Volunteer Fire Dept. Activities grounds. After the parade, join us for live music and fireworks sponsored by Damascus Chevrolet.

Starting Saturday, July 14th at 10am, join us for the Community Flea Market held at Damascus Chevrolet, sponsored by the Lions club. Doors open at 9am. Join us Saturday night for an oldies dance sponsored by the DVFD and the Damascus American Legion.
David Warfield 301-253-2151

http://www.fitness4youdamascus.com/celebratedamascus.html

July 13 – 14 Nunsense 2

Dinner at 6:00 pm/Show at 8:00 pm Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre

The nuns are back! And if you thought they were funny the first time around, just wait until you see what they have gotten themselves into this time. Since their first show was such a success, is it any wonder that the Sisters jumped at the chance to get "back on the boards" with a sequel? This time, the Little Sisters of Hoboken have come to Way Off Broadway with a “Thank You Program” for everyone's help the last time out. Now, they're just a bit slicker and believe they have what it takes to make it in the theater. Of course, when they get word that there is a talent scout in the audience chaos erupts. Filled with side-splitting laughs, NUNSENSE 2 is going to be the hot ticket this summer. Don't wait too long to get your tickets for this one.

301-662-6600
wayoffbroadway@gmail.com
http://www.wayoffbroadway.com/

July 14

Rocknoceros @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

12:00 Noon

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/?page=event&eid=242

July 14

Bethesda Artist Market

10 am – 5 pm Bethesda Place Plaza, corner of Old Georgetown Road and Woodmont Avenue.

Enjoy the original fine art and craft of nearly 30 local and regional artists at the Bethesda Artist Market. Shop for painting, jewelry, photography, fiber, turned wood, pottery, blown glass and more!

http://www.bethesda.org/arts/artistmarket.htm

July 14 & 15 Civil War Encampment

Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 10am-3pm Rose Hill Manor Park, 1611 N. Market St., Frederick

Living history encampment, demonstrations, and participatory activities to portray what military life was like on the grounds of Rose Hill Manor during the Civil War. Skirmish 2 p.m. Saturday; Church service, 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Sunday afternoon Civil War wedding.

(301)600-1650

http://www.rosehillmuseum.com/

July 14 The Rocky Horror Picture Show

10:00 pm The Weinberg Center 20 West Patrick Street, Frederick

http://www.weinbergcenter.org/performanceDetail.asp?performanceID=133

July 16, 23, 30 & August 6 & 13 Screen on the Green

Dusk, or roughly between 8:30 and 9 Between Fourth and Seventh Streets

The annual Screen on the Green festival brings free films to the Mall on Monday nights, where they're shown on a giant 20-by-40-foot screen. Viewers often arrive as early as 5, so plan to get there well in advance. If there's inclement weather, screenings may be canceled.

July 16: "Annie Hall" (1977)

July 23: "The Thing (From Another World)" (1951)

July 30: "Wait Until Dark" (1967)

Aug. 6: "All the King's Men" (1949)

Aug. 13: "Casablanca" (1942)

877-262-5866

http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?node=cityguide/profile&id=1044011

July 18 18th-Century Children's Day at Gadsby's Tavern Museum

Time tour slots offered between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. , with tours lasting 90 minutes

Gadsby's Tavern Museum, 134 N. Royal St., Alexandria, VA 22314

Experience 18th century Alexandria tavern life with hands-on activities, story-telling, dress-up, and games.
$5 per person ages 3 and up , $3 per person for groups of 10 or more.
703-838-4242

http://oha.alexandriava.gov/gadsby/

July 21 & 22 Reggae Wine Festival

12-6pm Berrywine Plantations/Linganore Winecellars, 13601 Glissans Mill Rd., Mt. Airy

Features two live bands, over 25 arts and crafters, food, free wine glass, wine tasting and guided winery tours.

(301)831-5889

http://www.linganorewines.com/

July 22 Frederick Artist Market

1 - 5 pm Cultural Arts Center of Frederick County, 15 W. Patrick Street, Frederick

FREE indoor art and craft market featuring the work of local and regional artists.Photography, painting, pottery, jewelry, wood, glass, hand woven scarves, furniture, printmaking, music, etc.

301-662-4190

http://www.frederickartscouncil.org/events_fr.htm

July 24 – August 5

Flip Orley

DC Improv

http://www.dcimprov.com/comics/flip_orley.html

July 25 Junkyard Saints

7:00 PM

Outdoor

http://www.strathmore.org/eventstickets/calendar/view.asp?id=2822

July 27 AFI Theater Silver Spring

9:10 pm Purple Rain

http://www.afi.com/silver/new/nowplaying/calendar.aspx

July 28 Family Fundraiser FUNomemon

Ticket Includes 73 door prizes starting with $100,000.00 given away!! Great Family day- Rodeo- Kids Land- Jackpot Bingo- Live Bands Redskins-Joe Theismann, Darrel Green and more- BBQ Beef and Pork sand.-FF-Soft Drinks- Included in Ticket!! Don't Miss it!

$100 Per Ticket - Bring a Guest for $20 - Child Ticket $5

Debbie Williams 301-663-8316

debbie@ppfinc.org

http://www.ppfinc.org/

July 30 Hippiefest @ Wolf Trap

8pm

http://www.wolf-trap.org/performances/show073007.html

 

July 30-August 5

Baltimore Restaurant Week  

More days. More restaurants. One deliciously low price.
Baltimore Restaurant Week was such a big hit last year, we're bringing it back this year, and making It even bigger. Now you have seven days — including the weekend — to enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinner for just $30.07.* (Some restaurants will also offer a three-course prix fixe lunch for $20.07.*) So whether you're returning to a favorite restaurant or trying something new, mark July 30 through August 5 on your calendar. It's the most delicious week of the summer!
*Price per person not including liquor, tax and gratuity. Some restrictions may apply.
For a free guide of things to see and do in Baltimore (besides eating), call or visit:

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

Starting Saturday, July 14th at 10am, join us for the Community Flea Market held at Damascus Chevrolet, sponsored by the Lions club. Doors open at 9am. Join us Saturday night for an oldies dance sponsored by the DVFD and the Damascus American Legion.
David Warfield 301-253-2151

http://www.fitness4youdamascus.com/celebratedamascus.html

July 13 – 14 Nunsense 2

Dinner at 6:00 pm/Show at 8:00 pm Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre

The nuns are back! And if you thought they were funny the first time around, just wait until you see what they have gotten themselves into this time. Since their first show was such a success, is it any wonder that the Sisters jumped at the chance to get "back on the boards" with a sequel? This time, the Little Sisters of Hoboken have come to Way Off Broadway with a “Thank You Program” for everyone's help the last time out. Now, they're just a bit slicker and believe they have what it takes to make it in the theater. Of course, when they get word that there is a talent scout in the audience chaos erupts. Filled with side-splitting laughs, NUNSENSE 2 is going to be the hot ticket this summer. Don't wait too long to get your tickets for this one.

301-662-6600
wayoffbroadway@gmail.com
http://www.wayoffbroadway.com/

July 14

Rocknoceros @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

12:00 Noon

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/?page=event&eid=242

July 14

Bethesda Artist Market

10 am – 5 pm Bethesda Place Plaza, corner of Old Georgetown Road and Woodmont Avenue.

Enjoy the original fine art and craft of nearly 30 local and regional artists at the Bethesda Artist Market. Shop for painting, jewelry, photography, fiber, turned wood, pottery, blown glass and more!

http://www.bethesda.org/arts/artistmarket.htm

July 14 & 15 Civil War Encampment

Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 10am-3pm Rose Hill Manor Park, 1611 N. Market St., Frederick

Living history encampment, demonstrations, and participatory activities to portray what military life was like on the grounds of Rose Hill Manor during the Civil War. Skirmish 2 p.m. Saturday; Church service, 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Sunday afternoon Civil War wedding.

(301)600-1650

http://www.rosehillmuseum.com/

July 14 The Rocky Horror Picture Show

10:00 pm The Weinberg Center 20 West Patrick Street, Frederick

http://www.weinbergcenter.org/performanceDetail.asp?performanceID=133

July 16, 23, 30 & August 6 & 13 Screen on the Green

Dusk, or roughly between 8:30 and 9 Between Fourth and Seventh Streets

The annual Screen on the Green festival brings free films to the Mall on Monday nights, where they're shown on a giant 20-by-40-foot screen. Viewers often arrive as early as 5, so plan to get there well in advance. If there's inclement weather, screenings may be canceled.

July 16: "Annie Hall" (1977)

July 23: "The Thing (From Another World)" (1951)

July 30: "Wait Until Dark" (1967)

Aug. 6: "All the King's Men" (1949)

Aug. 13: "Casablanca" (1942)

877-262-5866

http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?node=cityguide/profile&id=1044011

July 18 18th-Century Children's Day at Gadsby's Tavern Museum

Time tour slots offered between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. , with tours lasting 90 minutes

Gadsby's Tavern Museum, 134 N. Royal St., Alexandria, VA 22314

Experience 18th century Alexandria tavern life with hands-on activities, story-telling, dress-up, and games.
$5 per person ages 3 and up , $3 per person for groups of 10 or more.
703-838-4242

http://oha.alexandriava.gov/gadsby/

July 21 & 22 Reggae Wine Festival

12-6pm Berrywine Plantations/Linganore Winecellars, 13601 Glissans Mill Rd., Mt. Airy

Features two live bands, over 25 arts and crafters, food, free wine glass, wine tasting and guided winery tours.

(301)831-5889

http://www.linganorewines.com/

July 22 Frederick Artist Market

1 - 5 pm Cultural Arts Center of Frederick County, 15 W. Patrick Street, Frederick

FREE indoor art and craft market featuring the work of local and regional artists.Photography, painting, pottery, jewelry, wood, glass, hand woven scarves, furniture, printmaking, music, etc.

301-662-4190

http://www.frederickartscouncil.org/events_fr.htm

July 24 – August 5

Flip Orley

DC Improv

http://www.dcimprov.com/comics/flip_orley.html

July 25 Junkyard Saints

7:00 PM

Outdoor

http://www.strathmore.org/eventstickets/calendar/view.asp?id=2822

July 27 AFI Theater Silver Spring

9:10 pm Purple Rain

http://www.afi.com/silver/new/nowplaying/calendar.aspx

July 28 Family Fundraiser FUNomemon

Ticket Includes 73 door prizes starting with $100,000.00 given away!! Great Family day- Rodeo- Kids Land- Jackpot Bingo- Live Bands Redskins-Joe Theismann, Darrel Green and more- BBQ Beef and Pork sand.-FF-Soft Drinks- Included in Ticket!! Don't Miss it!

$100 Per Ticket - Bring a Guest for $20 - Child Ticket $5

Debbie Williams 301-663-8316

debbie@ppfinc.org

http://www.ppfinc.org/

July 30 Hippiefest @ Wolf Trap

8pm

http://www.wolf-trap.org/performances/show073007.html

 

July 30-August 5

Baltimore Restaurant Week  

More days. More restaurants. One deliciously low price.
Baltimore Restaurant Week was such a big hit last year, we're bringing it back this year, and making It even bigger. Now you have seven days — including the weekend — to enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinner for just $30.07.* (Some restaurants will also offer a three-course prix fixe lunch for $20.07.*) So whether you're returning to a favorite restaurant or trying something new, mark July 30 through August 5 on your calendar. It's the most delicious week of the summer!
*Price per person not including liquor, tax and gratuity. Some restrictions may apply.
For a free guide of things to see and do in Baltimore (besides eating), call or visit:

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

Starting Saturday, July 14th at 10am, join us for the Community Flea Market held at Damascus Chevrolet, sponsored by the Lions club. Doors open at 9am. Join us Saturday night for an oldies dance sponsored by the DVFD and the Damascus American Legion.
David Warfield 301-253-2151

http://www.fitness4youdamascus.com/celebratedamascus.html

July 13 – 14 Nunsense 2

Dinner at 6:00 pm/Show at 8:00 pm Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre

The nuns are back! And if you thought they were funny the first time around, just wait until you see what they have gotten themselves into this time. Since their first show was such a success, is it any wonder that the Sisters jumped at the chance to get "back on the boards" with a sequel? This time, the Little Sisters of Hoboken have come to Way Off Broadway with a “Thank You Program” for everyone's help the last time out. Now, they're just a bit slicker and believe they have what it takes to make it in the theater. Of course, when they get word that there is a talent scout in the audience chaos erupts. Filled with side-splitting laughs, NUNSENSE 2 is going to be the hot ticket this summer. Don't wait too long to get your tickets for this one.

301-662-6600
wayoffbroadway@gmail.com
http://www.wayoffbroadway.com/

July 14

Rocknoceros @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

12:00 Noon

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/?page=event&eid=242

July 14

Bethesda Artist Market

10 am – 5 pm Bethesda Place Plaza, corner of Old Georgetown Road and Woodmont Avenue.

Enjoy the original fine art and craft of nearly 30 local and regional artists at the Bethesda Artist Market. Shop for painting, jewelry, photography, fiber, turned wood, pottery, blown glass and more!

http://www.bethesda.org/arts/artistmarket.htm

July 14 & 15 Civil War Encampment

Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 10am-3pm Rose Hill Manor Park, 1611 N. Market St., Frederick

Living history encampment, demonstrations, and participatory activities to portray what military life was like on the grounds of Rose Hill Manor during the Civil War. Skirmish 2 p.m. Saturday; Church service, 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Sunday afternoon Civil War wedding.

(301)600-1650

http://www.rosehillmuseum.com/

July 14 The Rocky Horror Picture Show

10:00 pm The Weinberg Center 20 West Patrick Street, Frederick

http://www.weinbergcenter.org/performanceDetail.asp?performanceID=133

July 16, 23, 30 & August 6 & 13 Screen on the Green

Dusk, or roughly between 8:30 and 9 Between Fourth and Seventh Streets

The annual Screen on the Green festival brings free films to the Mall on Monday nights, where they're shown on a giant 20-by-40-foot screen. Viewers often arrive as early as 5, so plan to get there well in advance. If there's inclement weather, screenings may be canceled.

July 16: "Annie Hall" (1977)

July 23: "The Thing (From Another World)" (1951)

July 30: "Wait Until Dark" (1967)

Aug. 6: "All the King's Men" (1949)

Aug. 13: "Casablanca" (1942)

877-262-5866

http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?node=cityguide/profile&id=1044011

July 18 18th-Century Children's Day at Gadsby's Tavern Museum

Time tour slots offered between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. , with tours lasting 90 minutes

Gadsby's Tavern Museum, 134 N. Royal St., Alexandria, VA 22314

Experience 18th century Alexandria tavern life with hands-on activities, story-telling, dress-up, and games.
$5 per person ages 3 and up , $3 per person for groups of 10 or more.
703-838-4242

http://oha.alexandriava.gov/gadsby/

July 21 & 22 Reggae Wine Festival

12-6pm Berrywine Plantations/Linganore Winecellars, 13601 Glissans Mill Rd., Mt. Airy

Features two live bands, over 25 arts and crafters, food, free wine glass, wine tasting and guided winery tours.

(301)831-5889

http://www.linganorewines.com/

July 22 Frederick Artist Market

1 - 5 pm Cultural Arts Center of Frederick County, 15 W. Patrick Street, Frederick

FREE indoor art and craft market featuring the work of local and regional artists.Photography, painting, pottery, jewelry, wood, glass, hand woven scarves, furniture, printmaking, music, etc.

301-662-4190

http://www.frederickartscouncil.org/events_fr.htm

July 24 – August 5

Flip Orley

DC Improv

http://www.dcimprov.com/comics/flip_orley.html

July 25 Junkyard Saints

7:00 PM

Outdoor

http://www.strathmore.org/eventstickets/calendar/view.asp?id=2822

July 27 AFI Theater Silver Spring

9:10 pm Purple Rain

http://www.afi.com/silver/new/nowplaying/calendar.aspx

July 28 Family Fundraiser FUNomemon

Ticket Includes 73 door prizes starting with $100,000.00 given away!! Great Family day- Rodeo- Kids Land- Jackpot Bingo- Live Bands Redskins-Joe Theismann, Darrel Green and more- BBQ Beef and Pork sand.-FF-Soft Drinks- Included in Ticket!! Don't Miss it!

$100 Per Ticket - Bring a Guest for $20 - Child Ticket $5

Debbie Williams 301-663-8316

debbie@ppfinc.org

http://www.ppfinc.org/

July 30 Hippiefest @ Wolf Trap

8pm

http://www.wolf-trap.org/performances/show073007.html

 

July 30-August 5

Baltimore Restaurant Week  

More days. More restaurants. One deliciously low price.
Baltimore Restaurant Week was such a big hit last year, we're bringing it back this year, and making It even bigger. Now you have seven days — including the weekend — to enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinner for just $30.07.* (Some restaurants will also offer a three-course prix fixe lunch for $20.07.*) So whether you're returning to a favorite restaurant or trying something new, mark July 30 through August 5 on your calendar. It's the most delicious week of the summer!
*Price per person not including liquor, tax and gratuity. Some restrictions may apply.
For a free guide of things to see and do in Baltimore (besides eating), call or visit:

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

Starting Saturday, July 14th at 10am, join us for the Community Flea Market held at Damascus Chevrolet, sponsored by the Lions club. Doors open at 9am. Join us Saturday night for an oldies dance sponsored by the DVFD and the Damascus American Legion.
David Warfield 301-253-2151

http://www.fitness4youdamascus.com/celebratedamascus.html

July 13 – 14 Nunsense 2

Dinner at 6:00 pm/Show at 8:00 pm Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre

The nuns are back! And if you thought they were funny the first time around, just wait until you see what they have gotten themselves into this time. Since their first show was such a success, is it any wonder that the Sisters jumped at the chance to get "back on the boards" with a sequel? This time, the Little Sisters of Hoboken have come to Way Off Broadway with a “Thank You Program” for everyone's help the last time out. Now, they're just a bit slicker and believe they have what it takes to make it in the theater. Of course, when they get word that there is a talent scout in the audience chaos erupts. Filled with side-splitting laughs, NUNSENSE 2 is going to be the hot ticket this summer. Don't wait too long to get your tickets for this one.

301-662-6600
wayoffbroadway@gmail.com
http://www.wayoffbroadway.com/

July 14

Rocknoceros @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

12:00 Noon

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/?page=event&eid=242

July 14

Bethesda Artist Market

10 am – 5 pm Bethesda Place Plaza, corner of Old Georgetown Road and Woodmont Avenue.

Enjoy the original fine art and craft of nearly 30 local and regional artists at the Bethesda Artist Market. Shop for painting, jewelry, photography, fiber, turned wood, pottery, blown glass and more!

http://www.bethesda.org/arts/artistmarket.htm

July 14 & 15 Civil War Encampment

Sat 10am-4pm; Sun 10am-3pm Rose Hill Manor Park, 1611 N. Market St., Frederick

Living history encampment, demonstrations, and participatory activities to portray what military life was like on the grounds of Rose Hill Manor during the Civil War. Skirmish 2 p.m. Saturday; Church service, 10:30 a.m. Sunday; Sunday afternoon Civil War wedding.

(301)600-1650

http://www.rosehillmuseum.com/

July 14 The Rocky Horror Picture Show

10:00 pm The Weinberg Center 20 West Patrick Street, Frederick

http://www.weinbergcenter.org/performanceDetail.asp?performanceID=133

July 16, 23, 30 & August 6 & 13 Screen on the Green

Dusk, or roughly between 8:30 and 9 Between Fourth and Seventh Streets

The annual Screen on the Green festival brings free films to the Mall on Monday nights, where they're shown on a giant 20-by-40-foot screen. Viewers often arrive as early as 5, so plan to get there well in advance. If there's inclement weather, screenings may be canceled.

July 16: "Annie Hall" (1977)

July 23: "The Thing (From Another World)" (1951)

July 30: "Wait Until Dark" (1967)

Aug. 6: "All the King's Men" (1949)

Aug. 13: "Casablanca" (1942)

877-262-5866

http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn?node=cityguide/profile&id=1044011

July 18 18th-Century Children's Day at Gadsby's Tavern Museum

Time tour slots offered between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. , with tours lasting 90 minutes

Gadsby's Tavern Museum, 134 N. Royal St., Alexandria, VA 22314

Experience 18th century Alexandria tavern life with hands-on activities, story-telling, dress-up, and games.
$5 per person ages 3 and up , $3 per person for groups of 10 or more.
703-838-4242

http://oha.alexandriava.gov/gadsby/

July 21 & 22 Reggae Wine Festival

12-6pm Berrywine Plantations/Linganore Winecellars, 13601 Glissans Mill Rd., Mt. Airy

Features two live bands, over 25 arts and crafters, food, free wine glass, wine tasting and guided winery tours.

(301)831-5889

http://www.linganorewines.com/

July 22 Frederick Artist Market

1 - 5 pm Cultural Arts Center of Frederick County, 15 W. Patrick Street, Frederick

FREE indoor art and craft market featuring the work of local and regional artists.Photography, painting, pottery, jewelry, wood, glass, hand woven scarves, furniture, printmaking, music, etc.

301-662-4190

http://www.frederickartscouncil.org/events_fr.htm

July 24 – August 5

Flip Orley

DC Improv

http://www.dcimprov.com/comics/flip_orley.html

July 25 Junkyard Saints

7:00 PM

Outdoor

http://www.strathmore.org/eventstickets/calendar/view.asp?id=2822

July 27 AFI Theater Silver Spring

9:10 pm Purple Rain

http://www.afi.com/silver/new/nowplaying/calendar.aspx

July 28 Family Fundraiser FUNomemon

Ticket Includes 73 door prizes starting with $100,000.00 given away!! Great Family day- Rodeo- Kids Land- Jackpot Bingo- Live Bands Redskins-Joe Theismann, Darrel Green and more- BBQ Beef and Pork sand.-FF-Soft Drinks- Included in Ticket!! Don't Miss it!

$100 Per Ticket - Bring a Guest for $20 - Child Ticket $5

Debbie Williams 301-663-8316

debbie@ppfinc.org

http://www.ppfinc.org/

July 30 Hippiefest @ Wolf Trap

8pm

http://www.wolf-trap.org/performances/show073007.html

 

July 30-August 5

Baltimore Restaurant Week  

More days. More restaurants. One deliciously low price.
Baltimore Restaurant Week was such a big hit last year, we're bringing it back this year, and making It even bigger. Now you have seven days — including the weekend — to enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinner for just $30.07.* (Some restaurants will also offer a three-course prix fixe lunch for $20.07.*) So whether you're returning to a favorite restaurant or trying something new, mark July 30 through August 5 on your calendar. It's the most delicious week of the summer!
*Price per person not including liquor, tax and gratuity. Some restrictions may apply.
For a free guide of things to see and do in Baltimore (besides eating), call or visit:

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, blues, international and swing to delight downtown residents, employees and guests!

Free

http://www.bethesda.org/specialevents/summerconcerts.htm

Wine Night @ Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

6:15 pm Friday Nights

http://www.arlingtondrafthouse.com/default.aspx?page=winenight

August 2 5-Course Lebanese Wine Dinner at Tabaq Bistro Menu

7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

http://www.tastedc.com/

August 10 – August 18 Montgomery County Agricultural Fair http://www.mcagfair.com/fair.htm

 

1-877-BALTIMORE

http://www.baltimore.org/

Summer Concert Series Rocks Downtown Bethesda

Wednesday afternoons and Thursday evenings during July

Music fills the streets of Bethesda as local and regional musicians are showcased

throughout the summer. Bethesda's Summer Concert Series offers a diverse range of music including jazz, rock, b


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