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Etiquette workshop from the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum, plus National Woman’s Party membership
If you don’t know which is the salad fork and you’re not sure how to address speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (should you ever meet her), brush up on your etiquette on October 11 at an event sponsored by the Sewall-Belmont House & Museum. This deal gives you a $10 ticket (normally $15) and the option of a discounted yearlong membership to the National Woman’s Party, which includes specials at the museum, among other perks.
$25 admission for two including $40 worth of drinks at Josephine
Dress to kill and take this deal over to the K Street nightclub Josephine. The $25 bargain covers two guests (a $40 value) and a $40 bar tab.
$20 for four tickets to any movie at more than 15,000 theaters
Weekly Cinema is doing for movie nights out what Netflix did for movie nights in: Sign up for a membership package of your choice and have all-purpose movie tickets mailed to your home each month. Try out the service with this deal: four tickets, redeemable for any movie under $14 at more than 15,000 theaters, for $20 (a $56 value).
Two ($4) or four ($8) corn maze tickets at Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch
Nothing says fall like pumpkins and corn mazes, and Homestead Farms offers them both. The tickets include a free hay ride to the corn maze at Jumbo’s Pumpkin Patch, but the farm also has a petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, and more (though those aren’t included in the deal).
Half off an intro-level hip-hop class from District Groove
District Groove’s hip-hop class claims to give you coordinated, rhythmic moves you can actually use on the dance floor. The deal gets you a $15 class (normally $30), personal attention from the instructor, an optional video of your progress during the class e-mailed to you, and a class club night out to show off what you learned. See the schedule to pick a class time.
Tippr’s deal on music lessons with pianist, composer, and vocalist Matthew Viator is still on (expires tonight).
63 percent off microdermabrasion and skin-care analysis at Center for Cosmetic and Clinical Dermatology
The seasons are changing, and your skin will probably show signs of distress. Rejuvenate with a microdermabrasion session. The $75 deal also includes a consultation and skin-care analysis with a licensed aesthetician (a $120 value).
$25 for $49 worth of children’s clothing from Lemonbean
Lemonbeam creates stylish, pint-size retro clothing for little Suri Cruises who have latched onto vintage looks. The Bay Area boutique is offering $49 worth of clothing for nearly half off on its Web site.
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