Freedom Friday: The Boo Bash Edition

Hello Trick or Treaters,

Do you want to have a good time this weekend? 

Then I suggest you come out to The Boo Bash Costume Party this Saturday.  And your first drink is on us!  There will be food, dancing and prizes for best male, female, couple and overall costumes.   We have put in a lot of time and hard work to bring you a great event.  However, I am most excited about raising money for the Words, Beats and Life Scholarship Fund to be awarded to graduating seniors who will attend college.   So I truly hope you can join us.

There are a  lot of events going on this weekend, so please be safe.  If you need to get home, take metro or click here for a FREE RIDE HOME.

Peace, ThatKellieGirl

Truckerboo has its normal fare as well as candy and a costume contest!

Friday October 28

Half and M St, SE Washington DC
across from the Navy Yard Metro Station

11AM to Midnight

3-5PM Trick or Treating for kids

1 buckeroo


The sexiest goons and goblins will descend upon The Park for a special and frightful Halloween Edition of Park Fridays. Chrisette Michele eases the evening with a unique performance, and the night continues with drink specials and the perfect crowd that can only be found at The Park at Fourteenth.

Friday, October 28

The Park

920 14th St NW


Free until 11PM w/ RSVP

RSVP here


Bright, Young, Things presents “Night at the Newseum” with Questlove !

Friday, October 28

The Newseum

555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW



If you are ready for some real funk, you have to see Dam Funk performing this weekend in the DMV.

Friday, October 28                                      Sunday, October 30

Sonar                                                                  Rock N Roll Hotel

407 E Saratoga St.                                        1353 H St NW

Baltimore, MD 21202                                  8-11PM

8PM-11PM                                                      Get tickets here

Get tickets here


From films “Scary Movie”, “Little Man”, “White Chicks”, “Dance Flick” and TV Shows “In Living Color” & “The Wayans Bros”. The Wayans family is filled with talented members, so there is no surprise that the two youngest brothers, Shawn and Marlon Wayans, have followed in their family’s footsteps as Hollywood icons.  Come watch them in living color at the DC Improv this weekend.

October 28-30

DC Improv

1140 Connecticut Avenue NW

Get times and tickets here


Come out to the National Mall for District Children Rooted by Literacy’s first 5K Run/Walk for Literacy!  For those of you who have not had a chance to pay, you can bring your registration fee with you and you will be met at the Federal Triangle metro station by wonderful volunteers who will register you!

Saturday, October 29

National Mall

12 Street NW Metro

8:30AM- Registration and Pre-Walk festivities

9AM- Walk begins


Join the Capitol Riverfront BID and the US Green Building Council NCR Emerging Professionals for the first annual Capitol Riverfront Community Planting Day!  Help plant thousands of daffodil bulbs in tree boxes and open spaces along M Street, SE in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood.  Rain or shine!  Coffee, juice, and breakfast provided.

Saturday, October 29

Meet at the parking lot at M Street and 2nd Street SE.  Two blocks from the Navy Yard Metro (NJ Ave Exit).


Register here



Part of the RFK Stadium 50th Anniversary Celebration,  celebrate RFK Appreciation Day.  See a display of RFK Stadium and related team artifacts and memorabilia. Family friendly activities include player appearances, giveaways and free behind-the-scenes tours including visits to team locker rooms and the field.

Saturday, October 29

DC Armory

2001 East Capitol Street, SE

9AM to 7PM



Come out to the 4th installment of the Boo Bash Costume Party.  This year we will be partying with a purpose.  The Boo Bash will also be a fundraiser for Words Beats & Life, Inc.  A portion of the proceeds will go to towards their SCHOLARSHIP FUND!

Goethe Institut

812 7th St NW (Chinatown)



Get tickets here


The Marine Corps Marathon, the annual race known as the “The People’s Marathon” brings together runners from all walks of life to participate in a patriotic race and a day of family friendly activities. The traditional Marine Corps Marathon course is 26.2 miles and a 10K race also allows runners of all ages to join in a shorter 6.2 mile event. The weekend includes additional events including a Health and Fitness Expo, the Healthy Kids Fun Run, Crystal Run (a festival in Crystal City), and the Marine Corps Marathon Finish Festival.
Sunday, October 30
Start time is at 7:50AM
Participants should use the Pentagon Station to enter Runner’s Village in the Pentagon North Parking lot. Spectators can take Metro to the Arlington Cemetery Station to view the start, or the Rosslyn Station to view the finish.
Festival starts at 4:30 p.m. at Crystal Drive, near 23rd Street in Arlington

Live music headlined by the Spin Doctors.


Marsha Ambrosius is an English singer/songwriter and a former member of the English Soul/R&B duo Floetry. This year, releasing her first solo album Late Nights & Early Mornings, check her out this Sunday at the Warner.

Sunday, October 30

Warner Theater

513 13th St NW


Get tickets here
Be safe!

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