Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics

Jan 13-July 31, Newseum: Explore the power of rock to change attitudes about patriotism, peace, equality and freedom through this one-of-a-kind exhibit

Travel and Adventure Show

Jan 14/15, Washington Convention Center: Get inspired for your next travel adventure through the only travel show in the DC area

RISE: Collage Dance Collective

Jan 14/15, Shakespeare Theatre Company's Lansburgh Theatre: Witness the tremendous athleticism of the collective, which will also sport dancers from the Jones Haywood School of Dance and the Duke Ellington School of the Arts

Bud, Not Buddy

Jan 13-15, Kennedy Center: Adapted from the classic book by Christopher Paul Curtis, Bud, Not Buddy promises to be one of the season’s most innovative and captivating stage productions, complete with a live jazz band

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Jan 16, National Mall: The nation’s capital is a great place to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., especially during the holiday held in his honor. Visit the majestic MLK Jr Memorial on the National Mall before or after you attend the 11th Annual MLK Peace Walk & Parade

Washington Wizards Matinee Game

Jan 16, Verizon Center: Enjoy a special matinee game against the Portland Trailblazers with the whole family and get home early enough for a school night

King Commemorative Lecture and Civil Rights Tours

Jan 14, Enoch Pratt Library and Maryland Historical Society: A day of free tours and discussions in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the path toward Civil Rights

Full "Wolf" Moon Night and Campfire

Jan 13, Banneker Historical Park and Museum: Celebrate the Full “Wolf” Moon with a winter hike on the trails at Banneker in Oella and end your hike with hot chocolate and marshmallows around the campfire

BSO Off the Cuff: Beethoven Symphony No. 7

Jan 14, Meyerhoff: Explore the backstories of classical music’s greatest works. Discover secrets, scandals and twists. You will be lead through an entertaining exploration followed by a fantastic performance of the piece

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Parade

Jan 16, Downtown Baltimore: An event for the entire family: floats, regional marching bands, colorguards, steppers and civic organizations

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