March 2nd - March 8th Staff Picked events

March 2nd

Brad Williams Stand Up

Brad has an “anything goes” attitude, and he also happens to be a dwarf. Those two elements combine to make one hell of an entertaining night at the club. You've seen him on Comedy Central and Showtime. Now it's time to see him in person, get a different perspective on life … and enjoy big laughs.

1140 Connecticut Ave | March 2-5th, Multiple Times | More Info/Tickets

Board Game Night

Thursday is open game night at Labyrinth! Any and everyone is welcome to come try out a new game or play a modern classic (think Catan, Splendor, Ticket to Ride, etc). Choose any game in their 400+ game library or bring your own.

645 Pennsylvania Ave SE | 6 pm | More Info

Super Spectacular Comedy Showcase for the Climate

Join Grassroots Comedy DC for a stand-up comedy benefit for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. Robert Mac will be headlining the show alongside top comics, great beer, and an urgent need to laugh in between protests.

1523 22nd St Nw | 7:30 pm | More Info / Tickets

whiskey fest 2017

WhiskyFest offers you the opportunity to taste from a selection of more than 350 whiskies from all around the world; many of them rare and exclusive. Meet the whiskey distillers, master blenders, and other whisky experts who will be in attendance. 

901 Massachusetts Ave NW | 5:30 pm | Tickets / More Info

 

March 3rd

DRIFT

DRIFT Apparel presents Studio 9000, a showcase of local talent hosted by Bespoke Universe. The night will include music produced by Luis Lizama, Stephen Dries, and more.

2477 18th St NW | 7 pm | Tickets/ More Info

Healing Yoga: Moving through Grief

Through a combination of meditation, journaling, a nurturing vinyasa flow and restorative poses, this workshop will help you through hard times.

1632 17th St NW | 6:30 pm | Tickets / More Info

The QREW at Songbyrd

Tunes. Peeps. Times. All of them good. Music by DJ MIM. Specialty cocktails & drink specials.

2477 18th St NW | 10 pm | $5 cover

Patton Oswalt

Patton Oswalt live stand-up.

513 13th St NW | 10:30 pm | Tickets

 

March 4th

Free Yoga

Free community yoga led by Sister Missionary. Sister Baird. Classes are one hour with a 20 minute silent meditation period before and after class. Bring your own mat!

522 7th St SE | 9:30 am | More Info

Beatles Bash in Admo

Roofers Union will be bringing the Beatles back to Adams Morgan. More Doctor Robert! More Penny Lane! More Nowhere Man(ley)! More Beatlemania! No cover! Amazing beers and cocktails! They'll take your requests (if they're Beatles songs) and play the hits and the deep cuts.

2446 18th St NW | 10 pm | More Info

JK Pop DC

JK POP! is a full-blown audio/visual experience celebrating the various sights, sounds, and styles of Japan & South Korea! Join the Japanese & Korean intergalactic pop music takeover + the best dance party you'll ever attend!

2477 18th St | 11:30 pm | More Info / Tickets

Speed dating + open bar

Whether you're looking for a potential soulmate, new friends, or just a good time, join Ultrabar as they present an exciting Singles Party. 4 minute speed dating plus an open bar!

911 F St NW | 7:30 pm | More Info / Tickets

 

March 5th

Free Community Day

The first Sunday of the month is community day at the NAtional Museum of Women in the Arts.

1250 New York Ave NW | Noon | More Info / Tickets

DC Jazz Jam’s Washington Women in Jazz Festival Jam

Featuring al all-star, all female house band of Amy Bormet, Nicole Saphos, and Ana Barreiro.

901 U St | 6:30 pm | More Info

nowruz: a persian new year celebration

Ring in the Persian New Year at the ninth annual Nowruz celebration! With live music, film screenings, food, calligraphy, storytelling, and more.

1050 Independence Ave SW | 11 am | More Info

March 6th

Mindful Monday Yoga

Join Embrace Yoga DC teachers on the first Monday of each month at Potter’s House for a free community yoga class. This flowing open level vinyasa yoga class is an expression of love to our community. Open to all levels! Bring a yoga mat, a smile, and a friend.

1658 Columbia Rd NW | 7:45 pm | More Info

 

March 7th

Drag Bingo Goes Pink

Let’s get sickening ladies because Nellie’s Sports Bar is hosting a fundraiser to support Planned Parenthood. Join Ba’naka and Sasha as they host their weekly drag bingo. Nellie’s will donate $1.00 for every Nellie’s Beer purchases during the event.

900 U St NW | 7 pm | More Info

Cheese Tasting

Join Glen’s Garden Market to sample the very best cheeses of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed with Glen’s Cheesemonger, Kurt Schewe. While learning how cheeses are made, you’ll taste Kurt’s cultivated selections along with housemade accompaniments and locally made wine, beer, and cider. Tickets include 15% discount on everything sampled during the class.

2001 S St NW | 7 pm | Tickets / More Info

Speed Sisters Film Screening

In the spirit of International Women’s Day, join ANERA in celebrating the boldness and drive of women in the Middle East. ANERA will host a screening of the documentary film  Speed Sisters at Songbyrd. Join the exhilarating journey that showcases the strength of Palestinian women to triumph over obstacles and stereotypes.

2477 18th St | 6 pm | Tickets

 

March 8th

Women in the arts: pop-up gallery & happy hour

Women in the Arts: Celebrate International Women's Day and Female Artists Changing the World. Three hours of art, music, and cocktails. Come join the celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. Featuring 6 local artists in Georgetown. 

3263 M St NW | 6:30 pm | More Info

Open Mic Night

The Improv is proud to host an open mic featuring local comics in their main showroom. Admission is free, but please rsvp!

1140 Connecticut Ave NW | 7:30 pm | More Info / Tickets

Big 10 men's basketball

First game of the tournament, teams TBA. 

Verizon Center, 601 F St. NW | 4:30 pm | More Info / Tickets

Flamenco Festival 

Lisner’s Flamenco Festival is an annual reminder that Washington’s dreary winter will soon end. This year’s highlights include dazzling modern from Rocío Molina and the Ballet Flamenco de Andalucía, whose director, Rafaela Carrasco (above), wrings thunder from hand claps and heel strikes.

Lisner Auditorium, 730 21st St. NW | 8:00 pm | More Info / Tickets