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Mark Bradford’s new work at the Hirshhorn spans roughly 400 linear feet inside the cutting-edge Smithsonian museum.
A Glimpse of Ancient Yemen highlights a selection of objects excavated from the region by the pioneer archaeologist Wendell Phillips and his team in 1950 and 1951. See this exhibit on display at the Freer|Sackler until August 2019.
In addition to its permanent exhibition on the nation’s airmail service, the Postal Museum has a temporary exhibition, Postmen of the Skies.
This exhibit at the National Museum of Women in the Arts explores Butt’s art through her range of techniques, including drawing, stitching, staining, etching, and gluing.
RISE UP! is a teen exhibition program that will showcase the talent, creativity, and perspective of today’s teens.
Selling children’s and maternity clothing at low prices!
Children’s Chorus of Maryland (CCM) will hold auditions on March 21st, April 1st and 13th in Towson for children as young as 5 ½ who are interested in participating in an exciting choral performance program.
Teacher work day trip. Open to Arlington middle and high school students.
Fun-filled session of block play (duplos and others) and hands-on learning activities. Pre-K-Kindergarten.
Let’s dive into the ocean! There will be a shark song or two, some goldfish snacks and of course, books. Ages 0-4.
Meet the kids and goats from the Little Goat Farm at the Lake. All ages.
Are you interested in big trucks and tractors? You will be able to push buttons, beep horns, enjoy the bells, whistles and sirens as you climb on and explore various trucks, tractors and more! Lunch provided. All ages.
Singing, Talking and Reading (S.T.A.R.) are important parts of early literacy that can start at birth. For children under 5 years old.
Have fun with a recycled craft for your home or room. We will use small Pringles cans, paper scraps and ribbon to make a windsock! Grades K-5.
This hands-on cooking program teaches teens important life skills for eating smart, which will stay with them as they grow into adults. Grades 6-9.
Let your creativity shine by selecting coloring sheets or take a chance and design your own. Ages 5-12.
Learn to build electronic control circuits using Arduino platforms. Computers will be available at class; feel free to bring your own. Age 9-17.