Festivals in Baileys Crossroads

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  • Summer Crawl DC 2012
    Project DC Events organizes jubilant bar crawls, such as The DC Santa Crawl, Bright-N-Pint, Pink and Drink, Cupid's Bar Crawl, The Shamrock Crawl, All American Bar Crawl, and Clarendon Halloween Crawl, which allow visitors to enjoy drink specials at a wide range of Dupont Circle drinking spots. In addition to discounts on drinks, events often include complimentary party favors, pictures, and prizes.
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    2720 s. arlington mill dr #512
    arlington, VA US
  • DC Zombie Crawl
    For one evening, Washington’s National Mall will be no match for a horde of brain-hungry zombies. During the DC Zombie Crawl, regular citizens will forgo their unbloodied attire and heartbeats to transform into the undead for a night of revelry and very slow walking. After a gathering on the Mall, participants board the Metro for the Adams Morgan neighborhood, where they’ll lurch into seven bars for drink specials, a costume contest, and a chance to win the raffle for a 32” flat-screen TV. All proceeds go toward the Stillbrave Childhood Cancer Foundation, an organization that financially and emotionally supports the families of children with cancer.
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    PO Box 3734
    Arlington, VA US
  • GoCity Events - G1
    For festive holidays such as St. Patrick's Day and Cinco de Mayo, the team of event planners at GoCity Events are sure to have concocted an event to celebrate it in style, whether it's a pub crawl for young professionals or a black-tie gala for leprechauns. The highest-profile of the thousands of parties they've thrown over the decades? It's hard to say, but their several Presidential inaugural balls vie for the title.
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    1101 N Highland
    Arlington, VA US
  • Wollam Gardens
    Bob Wollam's life is in full bloom. Since 1989, the gardener has surrounded himself with 11 acres of fresh flowers, more than 80 varieties of trees, shrubs, and perennials, and a volunteer army of green-thumbed interns. And the plants aren't the only beauty to fill the grounds. A federal house dating back to 1819 features antique furnishings and was fully restored over Bob's first ten years on the farm. Guests are welcome to spend the night, and get full old-fashioned experience with fresh-baked goods from Bob's sister Karen, who lives next door, and eggs or career advice from the farm's chickens.
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    5167 Jeffersonton Rd.
    Jeffersonton, VA US
  • Virginia Chamber Orchestra 2012
    Music director Emil de Cou takes listeners on a sonic journey that sails the Virginia Chamber Orchestra's sound waves to baroque and neoclassical shores, then back through the romantic and contemporary coasts of jazz. The featured piece of the program, Grieg's Holberg Suite of 1884, takes the charming string movement to the late 17th century, when the playwright Ludvig Holberg lived and when flimsy top hats had to be filled with stale oatmeal so that they could stay upright. Maestro Cou mines more neoclassical splendor as violins, cello, and a four-part string orchestra resonate throughout the hall during Handel's concerti grossi from Twelve Grand Concertos, Opus 6. The orchestra breaks 20th-century ground with a composition by Washington native Duke Ellington. His “Solitude” gently exposes listeners to a heartbreakingly simple tune that has stood the test of time better than hand-whittled watches.
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    8333 Little River Turnpike
    Annandale, VA US
  • Alexandria's Food & Wine Festival
    Converging in Oronoco Bay Park for one day, the Alexandria's Food & Wine Festival brings the area's best wine producers together in one spot, along with many of the local restaurants and food purveyors. Admission to the festival is free, so visitors can walk around before purchasing something to eat or a full glass of wine from one of the many wineries.
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    300 John Carlyle Street
    Alexandria, VA US