From the comfort of your own home, challenge new friends from all over the DMV with PICTIONARY®! In the game of Pictionary, a single person draws out an object, phrase, or title (book, movie, etc). It is the job of another teammate to guess what the person is drawing. The team who guesses will the most be awarded points.
Touted as a “gifted young guitarist” by the New York Times, and “a guitarist to keep an eye on” by the Washington Post, Mak Grgic gives you an insight into centuries of music. From the Middle Ages to the 21st Century, Mak will be performing a concert of a multitude of musical styles.
From the comfort of your own home, challenge new friends from all over the DMV with CHARADES! In the game of charades, a single person acts out each word (or syllable) of an entire phrase. It is the job of the rest of the group to guess. The one who guesses will be awarded points. (If no one guesses, the person acting out the charade loses points).
In a private online concert for TTD, join leading opera performers for a special concert studying the history of opera! We will hear classics from specific historic periods that shaped opera throughout the modern era.
Leave modern development and traffic behind and travel back to the days of the colonies on a horseback trail ride through the unspoiled rolling hills and streams of Patapsco Valley State Park in southwestern Carroll County.
FIRST PRIZE: Free Admission to an Upcoming Embassy Gala Time to hunt for the Moon Rock, the Ruby Slippers, Dinosaurs, and the Hope Diamond all in one day? Join TTD at this incredibly popular event. Today’s scavenger hunt takes place throughout several Smithsonian museums on the National Mall. Look for items, answer trivia, get exciting pictures and […]
It's Cherry Blossom time in Washington again. As the cherry blossoms brighten up the tidal basin throughout the day, tonight we take to the Potomac River and experience a fantastic fireworks display that will brighten up the evening.
NEW ORLEANS JAZZ FESTIVAL Like uttering “Beyonce” or “Elvis,” you need only say, “Jazzfest,” to legions of long-term fans, and they’ll know what you mean. The annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, first held in Congo Square in 1970, now draws close to a half million attendees over the course of seven days in […]
Take this special opportunity to participate and learn the basics of international fencing
Reliving the time when our fighting soldiers celebrated one last bug hurrah before heading off to Battle. - and THEY CELEBRATED IN STYLE!