Download our Current Issue where you'll find articles throughout the paper about things to do ... from theatre to museum openings to events in the local parks. Be sure to turn to our Bulletin Board pages which are filled with listings of activities for everyone in the family grouped by category so you can easily find what interests you. Most of these events have a start and an end date. Visit us on Facebook or follow Tweets by @JulieCMoore to catch late breaking news items which may have missed our print deadline or timely fun ideas of things to do for you and your family. If you are looking for ongoing activities and resources, be sure to check our Community Resources section.
Below we've gathered together links to our favorite event calendars on the web.
See a guide to the top events going on in the Washington, DC, area including Maryland and Northern Virginia.
This site covers the City of Alexandria's attractions including dining, art galleries, shopping and an event's calendar.
Cultural Tourism DC's Calendar lists a broad range of activities and special events for all ages and interests. Browse Today's Events or plan ahead using the search. To keep up-to-date on what's going on in Washington, DC, you can subscribe to the weekly "Events Update" calendar.
CultureCapital is a project of the Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington and connects you to the area's thriving arts and culture community throughout the District of Columbia, the City of Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax Counties in Virginia, Montgomery and Prince George's Counties in Maryland.
In your interested in what's happening in Fairfax County, this site covers it all. From sports to music to arts there's always something going on and this easy to navigate site is one of our favorites.
A guide to fun activities for the family, kids events, restaurants for kids and families and more in your local area.
Washington Post's "Going Out Guide" is your source for the best restaurants, bars, movies and events in DC, MD and VA.
Virginia loves events! Around every bend, visitors will find something going on. It might be a huge street festival honoring a particular holiday, season or historic event. It might be a celebration for a particular food, harvest crop or beverage. But one thing's for sure, you'll certainly feel at home and part of the action. Visit this site to find something in every corner of Virginia.