The President isn’t the only thing turning orange this time of year! Get outside and enjoy D.C.’s beautiful fall foliage before the bitter cold sets in. If you’re like the rest of us and have already gone through the bags of candy you bought for the trick-or-treaters next week, get outside, get active, and burn them off so you can justify eating another bag of Reese’s and candy corn in bulk.
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These boots are made for… running? Watch hundreds of costumed drag queens race down Historic 17th Street as they celebrate the fact that’s it’s only seven more days until we can dress up however we’d like and knock on stranger’s doors for sugary treats. Put yourself in their shoes and cheer on the queens while attending the most fabulous event of the season. Runner’s take their marks at 9 p.m.
Go with the flow bright and early Wednesday morning with a 7:00 a.m. rooftop Yoga class. Strike a pose while you take in the gorgeous views of the Potomac River and Washington Monument. (Wire) tap into your inner self and senses through this mindful journey at the Watergate Hotel. Be sure to stick around afterwards for some healthy juice and protein drinks from the Juice Bar to help you refuel.
Make your happiness last more than just one hour as you get your endorphins pumping with an evening run. Join Coach Rob of Foundry Multisport as you preemptively burn off all of the Halloween candy you’ll be enjoying next week. Just make sure you’re not running late, because participants leave District Hardware at 5:30 p.m. sharp.
Unleash the stress of your work week as you and your four-legged friend socialize at DogMa Daycare. It’s the last Yappy Hour before DogMa goes on a brief paws, so make sure you stop by. Lap up a free drink and forget the ruff week you just had by playing with some puppies. Yes, you read that right – alcohol AND dogs. What more could you possible want?
Calling all hard cider fans, this festival is for you! Two days of live entertainment, good food, and the hardest hard cider this side of the orchard. General admission gets you unlimited pours of Bold Rock, Bud Light and Shock Top, while the VIP package gets you all of the above plus a 12-pack of curated ciders for you to take home. You know what they say, an apple a day…
Put your breast foot forward as you walk for a cure at Making Stride Breast Cancer Walk. Help raise money for all of the ladies and men with a diagnosis at RFK Stadium at 9:30 a.m. this Sunday. As Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, give someone a chance at a new beginning by walking for a cure.
Go forth into nature!