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I always look forward to seeing beautiful flowers growing all over the city. Mostly, that's because it means sunshine and warm weather have arrived. It also gives me hope that one day I’ll have a backyard garden full of...
Summer did not enter the room subtly this year. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most July events are outdoors. Some fun, family-friendly outdoor options this month include movies, music, river tours, checking out awe-inspiring aquatic blooms, and more including...
Spring break is upon us, and with it a great opportunity to explore the outdoors and enjoy nature. Here in the DMV we are fortunate to be surrounded by places to explore. Hiking and bike trails, rivers, lakes and...
“It has the best of it all…great nature with great history!” That is what my 8 year old son said about our day trip to Mallows Bay-Potomac River National Marine Sanctuary, and he is not wrong. Mallows Bay was designated...
I’ve only been camping twice in the last 15 years and I have never been camping with kids, which makes me the very last person you should ask about taking your family camping. But don’t worry, I interviewed my...
Have you considered a DC staycation? I'm sure many of you can relate to this: my husband and I were in desperate need of a change of scenery. But compared to what seemed like everyone else, the thought of...
If you're hankering for a little getaway, consider Richmond for a day trip! We recently spent a spontaneous Saturday exploring Virginia's capital city and can't wait to go back to see even more. From delicious food to outdoor fun...

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October Family-Friendly Events Guide

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October brings an end to the summer heat and so much family fun that one guide simply does not suffice. This month's guide to...