Sorry that it has been so long since I have posted. Dana and I have been really busy. First, we just got back from San Francisco. It was a great time. We saw all of the sights. Second, we were cast on a home improvement TV show. So my house has been turned upside down. My office is in boxes and my kitchen is in a constant state of chaos. I will provide more details on the show when I figure out when it will be airing. I am hoping that I will be able to start posting regularly in the next week. While I straighten up my kitchen, check out these events this weekend in DC.
- Taste of Falls Church — Sep 11, 2010 10:00am – Sep 11, 2010 4:00pmBring in the fall with live entertainment, amusement rides, pony rides, crafters, businesses, civic organizations, and fantastic food! A children’s activity tent will be open from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. with free face painting and craft projects.
Restaurants Included in this years taste of Falls Church include: Applebee’s, Argia’s, Café Nessma, Clare and Don’s Beach Shack, Dogwood Tavern, Hoang’s Grill & Sushi Bar, Ireland’s Four Provinces, Ledo Pizza, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Open Kitchen Bistro, Robeks and Trader Joe’s.
Location – Located at Cherry Hill Park, 312 Park Ave. Falls Church
Hours of Operation – 10 AM till 4 PM.
- D.C. Vegfest — Sep 11, 2010 12:00pm – Sep 11, 2010 6:00pmThe DC VegFest is a FREE outdoor festival celebrating the very best of everything vegetarian in and around the nation’s capital. There are so many reasons to choose a vegetarian diet—for our health, the planet, and animals—and Washington, D.C. offers wonderful opportunities to explore meatless cuisine. The DC VegFest has something for everyone to enjoy, so be sure to bring along your friends and family!
- Adams Morgan Day Festival — Sep 12, 2010 12:00pm – Sep 12, 2010 7:00pmThe Adams Morgan Day 18th Street Festival is characterized by two large signature music stages and other innovative & dynamic cultural, music, arts and dance activities. The famous Columbia and Florida Stages (located strategically on 18th Street at Columbia Rd and at Florida Ave.) feature live music acts from all genres from Central and South America, Latin rock, salsa, jazz, to soul, funk and American rock.
The Longest Continuous Neighborhood Festival in DC! First held in 1978, this nationally known regional event showcases the international and cultural diversity and creativity that is the hallmark of Adams Morgan. This Festival celebrates the dynamism and innovation that arises from the melting pot of cultures and their interaction together. This regionally known DC Festival always produces consistently large attendance in the 25,000 range. The compact 4 block area allows different venues & locales advantageous to sponsors, vendors, and visitors, not to mention local residents.