Things To Do in August
Looking for things to do in August?
WISH has compiled a list just for you!
The Flea Market at Eastern Market: Every Sunday
The Flea Market at Eastern Market celebrated its 33rd anniversary in 2016. Voted second best in the world by a Huffington Post poll, the Flea Market features arts, crafts, antiques, and collectibles from around the world.
Location: Eastern Market Metro Stop
Free Intro Class at CrossFit Hierarchy: Every Saturday
Trying to remain active over your internship in DC? Try out a nhour long intro class to find out what the CrossFit buzz is all about. Check out the link for more details!
Location: Woodley Park/Adams Morgan Metro OR Columbia Heights Metro
FREE No Labels Breakfast Summer Speaker Series: Every Wednesday
Featuring Al From, David Merritt, Evan Bayh, Jon Huntsman, Clarine Nardi Riddle, & Margaret Kimbrell
This summer, No Labels will be hosting a weekly summer breakfast series just for interns, featuring presentations by Washington thought leaders and more! Each event will give you an opportunity to network with other interns, as well as interact with DC veterans from both sides of the political aisle. It’s a great opportunity to learn from the best in pragmatic politics.
Location: Capital South Metro
Friday, Aug 5, 1:00 pm-3:00 pm
Through August 14, 2016. Redskins Park, Richmond, Virginia. Fans are invited to watch the Washington Redskins gear up for the season.
Location: Richmond, VA
Aug 6-13, Noon-11 pm
The Howard County Fair is an American tradition of good, wholesome fun including livestock exhibits, carnival rides and games, musical entertainment, educational demonstrations, and an animal petting zoo. The Howard County Fair hosts daily horse shows, pony rides, tractor pulls, and livestock competitions. Popular contests include the Pretty Baby Contest, Talent Show and Cow Milking Contest.
Location: Howard County Fair Grounds
Aug 15-21, 2016
During Washington DC Restaurant Week, more than 250 of Washington, DC’s finest restaurants offer 3-course lunches for $22 and 3-course dinners for $35. Washington, DC Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to experience Washington, DC’s best restaurants at affordable prices.
Location: Metropolitan DC
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