10 Ways to Refresh Your Bethesda Apartment for Spring

Spring is a season of renewal and rejuvenation, so it’s a great time to apply these concepts to your apartment in the DC metro area. You likely already have some ideas about spring cleaning, but there are lots of other ways that you can refresh your apartment just in time for spring. Here are a few great tips for cleaning…

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Kids Can Learn About Science at the KID Museum

The KID Museum in Bethesda offers hands-on activities for elementary and middle school-aged children integrating art, science, and technology with cultural experiences. Visitors can experiment with a wide range of tools and materials, such as 3D printers, laser cutters, textiles, electronic circuits, video cameras, and more. Each weekend offers something new, providing unique hands-on learning experiences designed and facilitated by…

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Children Can Learn About Art and STEM at the Kid Museum

Bethesda’s Kid Museum has a unique mission: to stimulate the minds of young learners and generate enthusiasm for ideas that incorporate a mixture of STEM and artistic skills. These are the skills that the future of innovation will demand, so the museum prepares children for future careers in technology.  Exhibits features hands-on workshops that explore ideas like 3D printing by…

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Take the Kids to See “Anatole: Mouse Magnifique” at Imagination State Through March 24

Take a journey to a land of adventure with Anatole: Mouse Magnifique at Imagination Stage in Bethesda. This family-friendly performance follows two fantastical French mice as they attempt to save their favorite cheese factory. The show is filled with upbeat songs and dancing mice, and is a lovely first introduction to musical theatre for little ones.  Imagination Stage has a variety…

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Build Strength and Stamina at barre3 Bethesda

barre3 Bethesda borrows moves from ballet, Pilates, and yoga to create a totally unique workout designed to truly transform your body. Although the fitness routine has a rapid effect on your body when you attend class regularly, the movements themselves are low-impact, so they’re safe for everyone. Sign up for a class at barre3 to experience the one-of-a-kind exercise regime…

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Step Into a Welcoming Community at Down Dog Yoga

Going to an unfamiliar fitness class for the first time can be intimidating, but the staff at Down Dog Yoga is out to change that. They go out of their way to make newbies feel welcomed, taking the time to learn their names and show them around. They also create a space where people of all backgrounds and ability levels are…

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Love Music? Check Out a Show at Villain & Saint

Villain & Saint in Bethesda is a gastropub and music venue featuring unique American dishes and live rock and jazz shows. The restaurant’s menu includes items such as slow-cooked, dry rubbed pork shoulder and a black angus grilled cheeseburger, as well as vegetarian items like salt-roasted beet salads and zucchini pancakes. There are also tasty bar bites, like fried pickles…

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Long Day? Sweat It Out at YogaWorks Bethesda

Almost one month into the new year, how are you doing on your New Year’s fitness resolution? Don’t be one of the folks that neglects your health. YogaWorks Bethesda is there with you every step of the way, providing a clean, fresh space to practice yoga with the experienced staff to help you attain your best shape. The studio specializes…

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Try Creative Tacos and Experimental Cocktails at Nada

The newly opened Nada on Grand Park Avenue in North Bethesda is bound to be a favorite among Mexican food fanatics and cocktail lovers alike. They serve classic Mexican dishes and street food in a unique and interesting way that’s sure to appeal to all kinds of foodies.  Be sure to try the street tacos, with options like pork carnitas…

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Kids and Adults Both Love The Amazing Art Studio

Bring out your inner artist at The Amazing Art Studio, a fun and creative place to paint pottery or canvas, fuse glass, or make mosaics. They have classes for families, kids and teens, and adults to get a little messy and have a ball creating something with your own two hands.  The adult classes are themed, and many include snacks,…

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