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What to Expect Around Town This Weekend (Dec. 5-6)

by Andrew Ramonas — December 4, 2015 at 5:20 pm 0

Logan Circle Holiday House Tour (Photo courtesy of Logan Circle Community Association)

Who’s ready for the holidays? Whether that means hot chocolate and peppermint schnapps or Christmas trees and menorahs the holiday season is upon us.

We have some ideas on what to do this weekend and some other stuff you should know.

If you go outside, bring some sunglasses because it is expected to be sunny on Saturday and Sunday, according to a National Weather Service report on Friday. Temperatures are expected to be in the mid to low 50s during the day and upper 30s at night.

Here’s your guide for Saturday and Sunday:

Events:

Carter G. Woodson Park Dedication
900 Rhode Island Ave. NW
Noon Saturday

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)
10 a.m. Saturday

Local vendors will sell Christmas trees, ornaments and clothing in this festive weekly holiday market.

Christkindlmarkt
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.

Glen’s Garden Market Shaw Opening
1924 8th St. NW
Noon Saturday

Check out Glen’s new digs in Shaw.

ANC 1B Neighborhood Cleanup Day
Meet at Saint-Ex (1847 14th St. NW)
9 a.m. Sunday

The ANC that represents parts of Columbia Heights, LeDroit Park, Pleasant Plains, Shaw and U Street is hosting a neighborhood cleanup.

Logan Circle House Tour
Across Logan Circle
1 p.m. Sunday

Embark on a tour inside the historic homes of Logan Circle.

Annual Christmas Concert featuring Howard University Choir with Orchestra
Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel at Howard University
3 p.m. Sunday

The Howard University Choir will continue its tradition of singing Christmas songs during the holidays.

Stuff you should know:

Photo courtesy of Logan Circle Community Association

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