Weekend Round Up July 25, 2013
July 25th, 2013 at 08:00 PM | $15-25 | Event Website
Introducing the Smithsonian's premier 21+ after-hours event series: a unique mix of culture, art, history and science that also includes music, a cash bar, and special access to Smithsonian exhibits, collections, and experts.
Smithsonian's S. Dillon Ripley Center; 1100 Jefferson Drive SW
Union Market Drive-In: The American President
July 26th, 2013 at 09:00 PM | Event Website
Union Market will host Washington D.C.’s first drive-in movie experience, which will screen on Fridays. Watch classic Washington D.C.- centric films on Union Market’s 3-story wall. Pre-show festivities will include music, contests and special giveaways. A variety of Union Market vendors will also participate, serving food, drinks and fun snacks. The DC Drive-In is free to attend, however reservations are suggested for cars. Don’t have a car? There will be a picnic area in the parking lot for bikers and walkers – no reservations are required for the picnic area.
Union Market; 1309 5th Street NE
Drink the District: Beer Edition
July 27th, 2013 at 11:00 AM | $30 | email@example.com | Tel: 304 280 6530 | Event Website
Drink the District is back and better than ever with our second annual Beer Edition. Come celebrate our one-year anniversary on July 27th and 28th at Mount Vernon Triangle, with unlimited tastings of 50+ craft beers and full pours available to all attendees. Ten of the District’s most popular food trucks will also be joining us, as well as live music and brew-tastic backyard games. So grab your friends and put on your party hat, and revel in the best birthday beer bash DC has to offer.
500 New York Avenue, NW Washington, D.C. 20532
Elizabeth Huey: Hydrotherapy at Heiner Contemporary
July 27th, 2013 at 11:00 AM | 0 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Tel: 202-338-0072 | Event Website](http://heinercontemporary.com/exhibitions/elizabeth-huey-hydrotherapy)
Heiner Contemporary is delighted to present Hydrotherapy, an arrangement of new, small paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Elizabeth Huey. The history of psychology and human attempts at manufacturing happiness have long informed Elizabeth Huey's practice. This new work exchanges sanitariums and institutions for resort spas, treatment centers and secluded getaways.
We are here most days in August, but please call in advance to be certain: 202-338-0072
1675 Wisconsin Ave NW
Arts, Culture & All Things Pink!
July 27th, 2013 at 05:00 PM | $125 | Event Website](http://vippinkparty.eventbrite.com/)
CharityChicks US and We Will Survive Cancer are co-hosting a garden party for The Children's Inn at NIH in the urban garden of the Ritz-Carlton in Georgetown. We will be creating a whimsical garden party honoring several little girls who are currently battling rare cancer. Our theme this year is "Art, Culture & All Things Pink"!
Ritz Carlton Georgetown; 3100 South Street NW
15th Annual Opera Gala Concert
July 28th, 2013 at 05:00 PM | The admission is $25 | Tel: 202-723-1659 | Event Website](http://theariaclub.homestead.com/)
The Aria Club of Greater Washington, a 501 C 3 nonprofit organization for classical and opera singers, presents its 15th Annual Opera Gala Concert . This celebration will feature national and local professional and aspiring opera singers: Jennifer Hosmer, Adrienne Neal, Samantha McElhaney, Jing Chang, John White, Malaika Alvaro, Hillery Tsumba, Yubin Hung, Rose Sims, Paul McIlvaine, Reafealito Ross among others. Hear selections from Carmen, Die Fledermaus, Don Pasquale, La Boheme, Manon, Otello, Porgy & Bess, Rigoletto, Romeo & Juliette and many others. English Surtitles. Ample seating and free Sunday parking on 16th Street NW and side streets.
Please come as you are and bring family and friends for an enjoyable evening ! For more information call 202-723-1659 and visit www.theariaclub.homestead.com
Tifereth-Israel Congregation; 7701 16th Street NW
South Capitol Street Corridor Project Informational Update Meeting
July 30th, 2013 at 06:30 PM
The DDOT will hold an informational meeting to update the public about the design, phasing and schedule of the largest project in its history- the South Capitol Street Corridor Project- which includes replacing the Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge and transforming the city's southernmost entrance into a grand urban boulevard.
Capitol Skyline Hotel; 10 I (Eye) Street SW