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  • Safe and Fun Stuff to do with the Family

    January 28, 2011 by  
    Filed under Morning Show

    Washington DC

    Window Shop for cars without sales people trying to get you to buy one.  This weekend is the Washington Auto Show. Lots of stuff for kids including PBS Characters and Dora.  There will be concept cars such as BMWs ActiveE electric vehicle and a sea of 2012 model year production models.

    Virginia

    Mount Vernon Story Telling:  For children 3-8 accompanied by an adult. “Working Together” is the theme for January’s storytelling sessions featuring stories about George Washington’s life and Aesop’s Fables.  Save some money too when Mount Vernon between January 1 and February 28 they have special winter admission packages. Adult and youth packages include estate admission, an audio tour, and an optional food voucher. Save up to $4 and get up to 15% off at The Shops at Mount Vernon.

    The United States Marine band “The President’s Own” is giving a FREE concert at the Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria called “Sea Songs”  Sunday, January 30 at 2pm.  Compositions by Debussy, Handel and others that were inspired by the ebb and flow of the sea.  3001 N. Beauregard St., Alexandria, VA 22311-5097 | 703-845-6156 |

    Maryland

    National Capital Trolley Museum is having a special event called “Transit Days” They are open Saturday’s and Sunday’s 12p-5p.  You can see and ride the old trolley’s that used to rule the streets of DC!  1313 Bonifant Road; Colesville, MD.

    Imagination Stage: Aquarium:  Be a part of a magical world designed by artists from the Lyngo Theatre Company especially for the very young.  With gentle music, beautiful puppets and props, two performers lead children and caregivers to an underwater world with a giant jelly fish; to a grassy patch where sheep love to graze; and to a garden where lemons create the sun in a let’s pretend sky. Along the way, every child and some of the grown ups, too, will have a chance to get in the act.  Tickets are $10.

    Nicole Sponberg at Gateway Fellowship on Saturday, January 29, 2010 at 6:30 PM. This is a free event.  Gateway Fellowship is located at Takoma Academy at 8120 Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park.