It’s the most wonderful time of the year, or at least that’s what the guy in the song says. As we step into the first true week of the holiday season, here are some suggestions to keep you occupied this week:
Miracle on 7th Street
Mockingbird Hill (1843 7th St. NW)
Mockingbird Hill has transformed into a winter wonderland with free cookies, holiday movie screenings and ugly sweater parties scattered throughout the week.
Across the Dupont Circle Neighborhood
Galleries across Dupont Circle will stay open late as part of the monthly art event.
Carter G. Woodson Park Dedication
900 Rhode Island Ave. NW
Shaw Main Streets will celebrate the 140th anniversary of the birth of Carter G. Woodson, who lived and worked at 1538 9th St. NW for almost 30 years.
The Holiday Guild
Old City Farm and Guild (925 Rhode Island Ave. NW)
Local vendors will sell Christmas trees, ornaments and clothing in this festive weekly holiday market.
Heurich House Museum (1307 New Hampshire Ave. NW)
Noon (Saturday and Sunday)
Buy goods from local jewelers, ceramicists, chocolatiers and tour the seasonally decorated historic house.
Logan Circle House Tour
Across Logan Circle
Embark on a tour inside the historic homes of Logan Circle.
D.C. Young Democrats Annual Holiday Reception
Mango Tree (929 H St. Northwest)
D.C. Councilmembers Brianne Nadeau and Brandton Todd will join the city’s young Democrats to ring in the holiday season.
Photo courtesy of the Logan Circle House Tour