If you're ready to brave the Potomac at night, Georgetown's Key Bridge Boathouse and Thompson Boat Center are leading guided paddles to one of the best July 4th fireworks views in DC. Staggered time slots are available, with canoes, and single and double kayaks for rent.
The store will include collections from more than 15 Chinese designers and labels such as Mukzin, ZI II CI IEN and Fansilanen, in addition to its own brand of silk, wool and cashmere pieces - from outerwear to swimwear and dresses.
The festival will feature almost entirely original theater, dance, and unclassifiable productions with a total of 275 cast and crew members, and will take place in two Georgetown locations, with a bar at Powerhouse (3255 Grace St NW) also featuring free live music and community space.
In celebration of Pride month, and in support of the LGBTQ+ military and veteran community, Dog Tag Bakery (3206 Grace St NW) is offering a variety of Pride treats - from cake pops to cookies, rainbow-striped double chocolate brownies, and more.
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