Enjoy these fun events with friends and family this weekend in DC. 


Art After Dark

This Friday, come enjoy a unique night of freestyle painting with Paint Amore during Art After Dark. Art After Dark combines creativity with fun. All ticket purchases come with guests free paint supplies during the event. While you’re painting, you can dance to the music and enjoy some of their signature cocktails. This event is for adults only (21+), and it is advertised as a great place to have date night, or to celebrate with friends. 


When: Friday, January 21, 2022

Time: 7pm 

Where: 924 H Street NE, Washington, DC 20002

For more information, visit: paintamore.com


DC’s Weekend Blues Comedy Showtime 

Come to Tonic At Quigley’s this Saturday for a night of blues music and comedy performances by some of DC’s top performers. From 7pm-7:30pm, you can enjoy Happy Hour before the show begins. This Saturday night showcase will begin with a series of blues performances before transitioning into the comedy specials. This event is for adults (21+), and ticket prices are based on a pay-what-you-can donation. 

When: Saturday, January 22, 2022

Time: 8pm 

Where: 2036 G Street NW, Washington, DC 20036

For more information, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-saturday-showcase-dcs-best-comedy-show-tickets-157823762121?aff=ebdssbdestsearch


Alma Thomas Exhibit at The Phillips Collection 

The historic modern art museum, The Phillips Collection, has been celebrating the life and legacy of DC artist Alma Thomas in the Everything Is Beautiful In Its Own Way Exhibition. This exhibition explores Thomas’s multifaceted career, and it provides a fresh perspective on her dynamic and long life, from 1891-1978. Sunday, January 23rd is the last day to view this exhibition at The Phillips Collection, so make sure to purchase your tickets soon!

When: Saturday, January 23, 2022

Time: 11am-6pm

Where: 1600 21st St NW, Washington, DC 20009

For more information, visit: https://www.phillipscollection.org

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