Looking for a perfect Mother’s Day (or Father’s Day) gift, or just want to capture your kids’ profiles in a lovely, unique way? Reserve your spot(s) with renowned Silhouette Artist Karl Johnson! On Sunday, March 19, and Tuesday, March 21, he will be creating hand cut silhouettes virtually via Zoom by appointment — just for KidFriendly DC readers!
Each session takes about 10 minutes, and all ages are welcome — even the squirmy ones! Silhouettes are $35, and duplicates and frames are also available. Portraits will be shipped for free well in time for Mother’s Day, but they make sweet gifts for many occasions.
Sign up here and be sure to reserve a time slot for each child!
GIVEAWAY: Want a chance to win a free Silhouette Portrait Session with Karl Johnson? Simply leave a comment on this post letting me know what local activity your family has enjoyed most so far in 2023. This giveaway will run through Wednesday, February 15, then a winner will be drawn at random and notified shortly thereafter. Good luck!
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We loved ice skating in December at Pentagon Row!
Visiting the memorials on the National Mall on MLK day.
Visiting the memorials for MLK Jr day
Scootering around the waterfront area in Old Town!
We loved seeing holiday lights at Meadowlark.
We have loved backing to Georgetown and exploring the grounds and greenhouse at Dumbarton Oaks (free admission all winter). To round out the outing, we recommend Poupon for pastries or Stakowskis for something savory.
the postal museum, which I never would have gone to without reading about it in this blog!
My boys loved the lunar celebration at the National Portrait Gallery! Thanks for sharing all these ideas. I checked them weekly for our weekend.
We had so much fun at the family friendly happy hour at Bobby McKeys piano bar and Princess Parties of DC’s Grand Princess Show and Character Experience.
We liked the immersive fun of Spectacular Factory at ARTECHOUSE. One of us, who shall remain nameless, really loved their hot chocolate too!
We really enjoyed the US Botanic Garden outdoor exhibit this year. It was so good last year- I’m thrilled they repeated it!
We got a new puppy in January and have enjoyed walking more as a family, once to the Capitol grounds just to enjoy and another on the Mall, where we were able to take turns checking out the Smithsonian Castle before it closed for 5 years!
Planet Word Museum is our family go-to place, especially on a cold day 🙂
Our family has loved ice skating!
We enjoyed a day at the American History Museum. My daughter liked the First Ladies’ exhibit, and my sons really enjoyed the transportation exhibits.