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By: Claude

Claude's Pick

On Saturday there's a full moon guided hike at the National Arboretum

with the Friends of the National Arboretum. It's a 2 hour walk covering about 3 miles. You get to explore the gardens, meadows and woods under the moon-lit sky. Tickets ($38) are limited and the go fast. Children under 16 are not permitted. Learn more here >

 

Jerry's Pick

Take a quick jaunt up to Baltimore for the Harbor Point Ice Festival.  The Central Plaza on the Inner Harbor becomes a winter wonderland.  You'll be surrounded by dazzling lights, ice sculptures, live music, kids activities and a bunch more.  You can watch ice sculptors use chainsaws to turn blocks of ice into works of art.  Vote on your favorites and buy food and hot chocolate from some of Baltimore's most popular food trucks.  There's even a Kids Zone sponsored by Disney on Ice and Macaroni kid.  The event is tomorrow from noon to 6:00 p.m.  All the details are here.

 

Spencer's Pick

The NSO Pops: Diana Ross –Music Book 2020. Diana Ross will be singing hits from her incredible 60 year career. For more information click here

 

Blanca's Pick

 
Wildfires in Australia are destroying much of its natural beauty.  Now, the Smithsonian Natural History Museum is giving us the opportunity to appreciate the fragility and resilience of nature.  This new exhibit is called Beauty Rich and Rare, showcasing the natural beauty of the Australian continent prior to the arrival of European explorers. Oh, and while you're there... say a prayer.
 

 

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