It’s been awhile since I’ve hosted a “Where in DC?” contest, so how about a little challenge today? And in case you’re new to KFDC or need a refresher about this feature, it’s a chance to put your DC observational skills to the test — and possibly win something, too.
All you have to do is guess the location of the photo above — be as specific as you can — and leave your answer in the comments below. Everyone who guesses correctly will be entered into a random drawing to win a prize, this time it’s FOUR of these Certifikid deals for admission to Flight Trampoline Park in Springfield, VA.
To be eligible to win, you must also “like” KidFriendly DC on Facebook and subscribe to the blog (see sign-up on left side). This contest will end tomorrow at 12pm, so get your guesses in soon!
It’s time to test your knowledge of DC sites (or your attention to detail, anyway)! If you think you know where this photo was shot and want an opportunity to win a prize, tell me the location in the comments — and be as specific as possible.
Here’s a little photo contest to start your Sunday — and I think this might be a tricky one. If you think you know where this image was taken, tell me the location in the comments. All correct answers will be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a TWO of these deals on admission to Washington Harbour Ice Rink (good for four people total). The contest will run through Wednesday, November 26, and the winner will be notified shortly thereafter. Good Luck!
And congrats to KFDC reader Melissa, who won the last “Where in DC?” contest. That photo was snapped at the Safeway on Columbia Road in Adams Morgan.
Test your knowledge of DC scenes for a chance to win a prize! If you think you know where this photo was snapped, tell me the location in the comments. Even if you don’t know, go ahead and take a guess.
The contest will run through Friday, then a winner will be drawn at random and notified this weekend. Good luck!
And congrats to KFDC reader Katie, who won the last “Where in DC?” prize. That photo was taken at the Lincoln Memorial, the words engraved on the landing 18 steps below Lincoln’s statue in recognition of the 40th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous speech.