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Saturday, March 27: We enter the dark and scary time that is Cherry Blossom season with the annual Kite Festival on the Mall this Saturday from 10AM - 4PM. Go brush up your kite-flying skills and see if you can reenact the opening scene from The Kite Runner. You don't need to find a small child in order to participate in this event. [Smithsonian Kite Festival]


  • Saturday, March 27: Look, another activity involving flying: This Saturday the National Archives is screening the film Amelia as part of their Women's History Month programming. The screening starts at noon and is FREE. [National Archives]
  • Saturday, Mach 27 through Saturday, April 24: Get out of the bubble that is living in DC by checking out the "American Vernacular" exhibit at Irvine Contemporary. The photos capture overlooked places, people and events in daily American life. [Irvine Contemporary]
  • Sunday, March 28: If the past few weeks in American politics have taught us anything, it's that lying may be fun, but it's not always profitable. (Mostly, though, it is.) To learn all about the evils of lying go see "The Lair" at the Lansburgh Theater. The play opens April 6, but you can catch a FREE sneak peak of the show this weekend, as Sunday's rehearsals will be open to the public. [Lansburgh Theatre]
  • Basketball: If you haven't already lost your entire bracket, but you don't want to be stuck inside watching basketball this weekend because it's going to be nice out (we imagine this scenario could happen), look no further than Cleveland Park Bar and Grill, Public Bar, and Grevey's, as all three offer solutions to this great dilemma: they have teevees on their patios. [Cleveland Park Bar and Grill, Public Bar, and Grevey's]
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