After a gloomy week in DC, the clouds have passed and the sun is shining just in time for the weekend! Since you’ve been cooped up all week, we suggest you go out and take advantage of everything DC has to offer. The options are countless, so we’ve compiled a list of #UberApproved activities to make your decision making easier.
Friday Night at the Drive-In | Union Market
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Be sure to check out the free drive-in movie theater experience at Union Market. This week’s feature is Rushmore; doors open at 6:00PM, and gates close at 7:45PM. While reservations are required for parking spots, a picnic area will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Get there early to check out the DC Roller Girls as carhops and enjoy the various giveaways and food vendors that will be onsite!
All About Art | Bethesda Row Arts Festival
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With the works of more than 180 of the nation’s finest artists, the Bethesda Row Arts Festival should be a beautiful event. The family friendly event also includes some of the DMV’s best street performers, musicians, food and dining. Rain or shine, the event is on Saturday and Sunday along Bethesda Avenue.
Oktoberfest Continues | Dog-toberfest
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The celebration of Oktoberfest continues this month at Glen’s Garden Market in DuPont Circle! From bratwurst, knockwurst, and sauerbraten, you won’t want to miss this celebration on Saturday from 2:00-5:00 PM. Be sure to grab your four-legged friends (and human friends, too) and celebrate with Glen’s Garden Market’s and Flying Dog Brewery.
Feel The Rhythm | Adams Morgan PorchFest
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It may never be easier to get up close and personal with the musical talent that Washington, D.C. has to offer than at the second annual Adams Morgan PorchFest. Rather than heading out to a nightclub or bar, be sure to stop by Adams Morgan Porchfest and enjoy the variety of range of styles of music. Check it out this Saturday between 3:00-7:00PM.
Fall in Full Force | Homestead Farm
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Looking for something to do outside of the city? Grab a few friends, fare-split your ride, and be sure to check out the Homestead Farm in Poolesville. From pumpkin and apple picking to hayrides, the Homestead Farm has everything to kickoff your fall in the best way possible.
Weekend Essentials on Demand | Corner Store
By the time Sunday morning brunch rolls around, don’t find yourself without any of the essentials. If you do, don’t fret – Corner Store is just a tap away to save the day! Request Bloody Mary mix and over 60 other items delivered to your door, and no cash is required! Only the items you ordered will be charged to your Uber account. Want to be the next Corner Store shopper? Request access here!
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