Looking for something interesting to do this week? Here are some suggestions to get you started:
“Back to the Future Part II” Party
Fantom Comics (2010 P St. NW)
Fantom Comics will hold a party on the night of Oct. 21 featuring Back to the Future costumes, impressions and trivia contests in celebration of Marty McFly’s arrival on Oct. 21, 2015.
Source (1835 14th St. NW)
Constellation Theatre Co. is set to hold its first preview of “Avenue Q,” a raunchy musical with puppets. Leave the kids behind for this “pay-what-you-want” show about a college graduate who moves to New York.
Film Screening of “Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC 1980-1990”
Mt. Pleasant Library (3160 16th St. NW)
The library is showing the 2014 documentary, “Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC,” as part of the D.C. Library system’s DC Punk Archive.
“Awkward Sex … and the City”
Bier Baron Tavern (1523 22nd St. NW)
Strangers will share their most awkward and imitate sex stories at Bier Baron Tavern for one final show in the District this year.
5th Annual Little Goblins Parade
Goblins hungry for candy are plotting to take over Logan Circle, in the spirit of Halloween. Employees from businesses along the 1400 block of P Street NW will hit the sidewalks and pass out candy to participants aged anywhere from 12 months to 10 years old. The festivities begin at Logan Circle.
Porches and stoops throughout Adams Morgan will play host to street musicians.
Adams Morgan Apple Festival
SunTrust Plaza (18th Street and Columbia Road NW)
10 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
Adams Morgan visitors and residents can taste apples and see who comes out on top in a apple pie baking competition.
Saturday and Sunday
MetroCooking DC Show
Walter E. Washington Convention Center (801 Mt. Vernon Place NW)
10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday
Billed as the “ultimate food lover’s weekend,” the two-day event will include samples from more than 50 D.C.-area restaurants, as well as cooking classes and food vendors.
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Photo courtesy of Little Goblins Parade