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The National Cherry Blossom Festival's annual Pink Tie Party is back! The blush-hued party features cherry blossom-inspired drinks and bites, dancing and mingling. Tickets are $225. (Amanda Andrade-Rhoades/DC Refined)
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Out and About: Ten events to celebrate the first weekend of spring

Thursday, March 21

Baseball season is just around the corner and you can learn more about America's favorite pastime at the Willard InterContinental's history happy hour. 'Beyond the Bases: The History of Baseball From a Sandlot Game to America's Favorite Pastime' will feature drinks from Jim Hewes and a lecture from Susan Reyburn, a writer-editor in the Publishing Office at the Library of Congress and a co-author of Baseball Americana. Tickets are $54.

Get your culture fix at George Washington University's first ever arts walk. You can see works from young, up and coming artists around The George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum and finish the night with an after party at Corcoran School. Admission is free and you can find more information on Facebook.

Friday, March 22

The National Cherry Blossom Festival's annual Pink Tie Party is back! The blush-hued party features cherry blossom-inspired drinks and bites, dancing and mingling. Tickets are $225.

Saturday, March 23

You can start off your weekend with some peaceful yoga at the U.S. Botanical Garden. The yoga pop-up is a weekly event hosted by WithLoveDC. Admission is free and on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to get there early - the doors open at 10 a.m.

The Midlands Beer Garden is hosting a pup-up bar for a good cause. From 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., dogs will be be delivering beer as your paw-tenders and City Dogs will be roaming around with adoptable pups. Plus, you can submit a photo of your own dog to Adventure Dogs for the chance to have your pup featured on the Devils Backbone’s new Gold Leaf can. Admission is free.

If you didn't get to bust out your green gear this St. Patrick's Day, you can put it to good use at ShamrockFest. The beer will be flowing and you can jam out to live music and DJs at this wild party at RFK Stadium. Tickets start at $25.

The Smithsonian American Art Museum and Renwick Gallery will be celebrating cherry blossoms with Japanese drumming performances, a spring-themed scavenger hunt, crafts and more. This kid-friendly event is free.

Sunday, March 24

Celebrate some badass women by tasting some wine and snacking on Catalan tapas at Mola! Guests will sample wine from Castell d’Age, a winery run by three generations of women. Tickets are $55.

If you're looking for a delicious craft, The Watergate hotel is hosting a truffle making class. The classes will be led by SPAGnVOLA, a world-renowned chocolatier, and guests will walk away with a box of truffles. Tickets are $60 for adults and $40 for kids.

Finally, you can wrap up Women's History Month with an artisan market featuring goods made by women. ANXO Cidery will be hosting the market, so you can shop, grab brunch and some stellar cider.



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