12 Mar 2020


To Do: Weekend of March 12th – 15th

The Dubliner will be celebrating St. Patrick’s Day all day on Tuesday

Soooo lots of things getting canceled as I write so I suppose it would be wise to check with all event organizers before leaving home. Every organization I have ever interacted with has sent me an email ensuring me of their anti-viral precautions so there is that. DON”T TOUCH YOUR FACE or anyone else’s face for that matter.

Tonight Rock Paper Plant will teach you how to create living wall hangings with orchids. Orchids can grow on rocks and trees so why not exposed brick? Participants will learn how to care for orchids and how to mount them. Workshop begins at 6pm and is $60.

Friday Mosaic Theatre presents Alexandra Petri’s Inheit the WIndbag which imagines Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley revisiting their famous debates in the Dismal Beyond aka as the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, CA. Petri is a Washington Post columnist whose hysterically funny work is frequently shared in my social media world so chances are you are in for a desperately needed laugh. The show runs through March 29th and the Atlas recently sent an email assuring us they are taking appropriate virus prevention precautions.

Saturday celebrate St. Patrick’s Day a little early on the District Pier at the Wharf. Expect to hear Irish music all day. Grown ups can enjoy whiskey tastings and food and drink will be available to purchase.
UPDATE: This event has been postponed.

DC Brewers’ Guild hosts the 6th Annual Hopfest a celebration of local brews. Dozens of local breweries will bring their hoppy offerings to DC Brau from 12pm to 5pm. Your ticket entitles you to a complimentary DC Brewers’ Guild tasting glass with unlimited  tastings. There will be food trucks on site with food to purchase. Humans and only 21 and over are allowed to this one.
UPDATE: This event has been postponed.

Sunday celebrate the Ides of March with the Capitol City Symphony. The concert celebrates Spring with a program Frederick Delius’s  On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring and Copland’s  The Tender Land Suite  and concludes with Brahms’s bucolic Symphony No. 2. The concert begins at 5pm. Tickets are $15 -$25.

Tuesday celebrate the actual St. Patrick’s Day at DC’s oldest Irish bar the Dubliner. Beginning with 49 cent Guinness from 9am to 10am. There will live music and general Irish shenanigans all day.


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