Moms with Tots Picks for Weekend Events in the Maryland and DC Area!
Okay, I’ll be glad with nature takes it place. I mean is it going to be summer, spring, fall or winter? Like us, I know you’re trying to keep the kiddos away from any chances of getting sick so be sure to bundle up. There are a couple of BIG events happening this weekend that you can still get tickets for, while others are drop ins. As always, check the event website for more information and updates.
Saturday, January 27 @ 1:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Sunday, January 28 @ 1:00 pm
The Pit Party on Saturday, January 27 and Sunday, January 28 from 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Washington Auto Show
Walter E Convention Center – Washington, DC
Jan 26 – Feb 4
Designated one of the nation’s top five auto shows by the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, The Washington Auto Show®, a world class event, continues to wow audiences with its cutting-edge exhibits, latest model cars and displays of historic vehicles. [feature pic red WAS]
Rise + Rhyme
BusBoys and Poets Takoma
Jan 27; 9:30–11am
Weekly morning storytelling and performance series for children ages 5 and under with the goals of teaching children to engage with their community, learn to love performing and become rising artivists!
Jan 27; 1-4pm
Andrews Air Force Base – Andrews Base Library
Explore the world of science, technology, engineering, and math together through kit building, featured activities, and more. Recommended for kids 8+.
Baltimore Boat Show
Baltimore Convention Center – Baltimore
A multiday event featuring Boating skills and safety education toy boat building for kids, food, seminars and more.
SpyFest: A Kidspy Family Festival
Jan 26; 6 – 9pm
International Spy Museum – Washington, DC
Families are invited to find out how they measure up at the Museum’s Annual Spy Fest. Mini-missions, tradecraft demonstrations by the experts, and the chance to try spy skill challenges will give KidSpy agents and their handlers an insider’s peek into the shadow world of spying.
Frankenstein200: Celebrating 200 Years of Frankenstein
Port Discovery Children’s Museum – Baltimore
Jan 27; 10am-5pm
Learn about innovation and science through interactive, Frankenstein-themed projects. This events features shockingly fun science activities. Learn how to do the Monster Mash and enjoy children’s music and dancing.
Billy Goats Gruff
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Jan 27; 11am
Adaptation of the classic fairy tale, set to favorite opera arias. Presented by Annapolis Opera.
Dancing with the Stars Live
The Modell Lyric – Baltimore
Jan 28; 8pm
This all-new production showcases ballroom and contemporary dances from ABC’s hit show Dancing with the Stars, including sizzling group numbers, steamy duets and over the top original pieces.
Tales of Beatrix Potter
The Puppet Co – Glen Echo
Thru Feb 11; 11:30am & 1pm
Experience the stories of “Two Bad Mice,” “Jemima Puddle-Duck,” and “Jeremy Fisher,” come to life through the everyday activities of a young girl as she dreams and plays alone in her room.
Personalized Frames and Customized Slime
Jan 27; 10am–12pm
Kids 3 and up and can enjoy making a personalized frame and slime. All supplies provided. Parent or guardian must remain on the premises.
Discover the Dinosaurs
Discover the Dinosaurs Time Trek is an ALL NEW interactive dinosaur exhibit where you can trek back to the Jurassic and experience enormous, realistic prehistoric dinosaurs and other epic creatures! interactive dinosaur exhibit.
The D.C. Winter Carnival
1901 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC
Jan 27; 11am – 3pm
Hosted by the Institute of Justice, this free event will games and prizes, a bounce house, an inflatable slide, a food truck, free lunch, and much more! Learn about the Opportunity Scholarship Program.
Saturday Morning at The National Theater: Beech Tree Puppets: Hollow Stump
Jan 27; 9:30am & 11am
Adapted from the popular tale, The Mitten, The Hollow Stump celebrates community, as the animals learn to share one space. Seven very different animals seek shelter from the winter cold and snow in a large hollow stump. The characteristics of each animal are revealed through a unique poems and songs.
Know if any events coming up? Send them firstname.lastname@example.org or comment below!