The sun is setting on 2016, and we’ll be hitting the metaphorical refresh button when it rises on Sunday. So just like last weekend, I’m keeping this round-up simple as we emerge from the hoopla of the holidays (and the past year, for that matter) and possibly get into more as we welcome 2017. There are still some seasonal events going on and plenty of things to do around town, but not too many special one-time happenings aside from New Year’s activities, which we’ve got covered. Those along with these go-to posts will keep your crew entertained over the next few days. And be sure to follow KFDC on Facebook in case I share any last minute news. Happy Weekend and a very Happy New Year to all!
Experience Family Joy at the Washington National Cathedreal this weekend! On Saturday, December 10, bring the whole family and get swept up in the sounds of the season. This one-hour musical program is a holiday tradition that has something for all ages, including a kids-only sing-along. Host Michael Mercier guides kids through experiencing choral, brass, and organ holiday music. Joseph Flummerfelt is guest conductor, and special guests include Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School Choir and American Youth Philharmonic Brass Ensemble. The show is sign-language interpreted.
Tickets to Family Joy are $25/adults, $15/kids, or $75/Family 4-Pack. Receive a discount on a 4-pack (2 adults and 2 children) using the code SAVE at check out. The show sign-language interpreted.
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Giveaway: Want a chance to win a Family 4-Pack of tickets to Family Joy! at the Washington National Cathedral this Saturday? Simply leave a comment below telling me your favorite holiday song. To be eligible you must subscribe to the KFDC blog — free sign-up is to the upper left. The giveaway will run through Thursday, December 8 at 12pm (noon), then a winner will be drawn at random and announced shortly thereafter. Good luck!
This post is sponsored by Cathedral Choral Society, however, I only promote programs, places, and events that I genuinely believe in and think will appeal to KFDC readers.